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Saturday, May 15, 2010

Baron Edmund Carew & Katherine Huddesfield

237674. Baron Edmund Carew & 237675. Katherine Huddesfield    

1464, Edward born in Devon, England, s/o 475348. Baron Nicholas Carew & 475349. Margaret Dinham.

12/6/1470, Edward age 6 at the death of his father. Edmund became the ward of John Dynham, knight. (S) UKNA.

12/13/1470, Edward’s mother died.

12/1470, Edward, Baron Carew of Carew castle, Pembrokshire.

1477, Katherine born in Devon, England, coheir & d/o 475350. Sir William Huddesfield & 475351. Jennet Bosum.

1477, Lease for 12 years. Lands between the land of Dyonisia Whitchurche on the east, Robert's land on the west, the water of Lymmon on the north and the land of Edmund Carew on the south, in Newton Abbot. [Devon.] (S) UKNA.

12/26/1478, Pre-nuptial settlement (wardship during minority). Dame Jane Dynham, lately wife of John Dynham knight = (1) William Huddesfeld, king's attorney = (2). Agreement between (1) and (2), that Edmund Carew, son and heir of Nicholas Carew Baron of Carew, now in ward with (1), shall marry Katherine, daughter of (2) …; and (2) shall before 2nd Feb next have made an estate in law for persons to be named by (2) of the [manors] of Mamhede (Devon) and Anneport (Hampshire), to hold for term of Katherine's life to the use of Edmund and Katherine; (1) to receive the revenues of the manors until Edmund reaches age 21; if he dies before that age, then Katherine shall receive the revenues from the time when he would have attained [21]. For this (2) shall pay to (1) 400 marks before the marriage. (S) UKNA.

1480, Edward disposed of Carew castle to Rys ap Thomas.

7/6/1483, Richard III succeeded Edward IV as King of England. [Usurping never-crowned 12-year-old Edward V.]

8/22/1485, Henry Tudor, s/o the 1st Earl of Richmond, defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field, ending the War of the Roses. Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond, after invading southwest Wales, raised an army of 5,000. Richard III was allied with the Duke of Norfolk and the Earl of Northumberland and an army of 10,000. The Yorkist were overwhelmed. King Richard III and the Duke of Norfolk both were killed. [Edward, of Mohun’s Ottery, Devon, fighting for the Lancastrians, knighted after the battle.]

10/30/1485, Henry VII succeeded Richard III as King of England, becoming the first monarch of the House of Tudor.

1491, “Creditor: William Courtney {Courtnay}, knight [deceased].” Loaned 1000m to “Debtor: Edmund Carewe, of Mohun Ottery {Monysotery} in Devon, knight.” (S) UKNA, C 131/100/21.

8/26/1496, … mainprizors for the allegiance of Thomas marquis of Dorset: Edward earl of Devon, in £1000: …: Sir William Courteney, at Okhampton, in 500 marks, 19 August: Sir John Arundell, at Wells, in 500 marks, 26 August: Sir Amyas Paulet and Sir John Wadham, at Okhampton, in £200 each, 2 September: Sir Edmund Carewe, at Petherton co. Somerset, in £200, …, (S) CCRs.

1497, Edmund sold his Berkshire lands to Bartholomew Reed. (S) Hist. of Berkshire, V3, 1923, Moulsford.

1497, Edmund marched to relieve Exeter when it was under attack by Parkin Warbeck.

By 1497, Edward married Catherine at Luppit, Devon.

6/8/1497, Katherine Carew left a lot of silver in the will of her father.

1497, Edmund a legatee of his grandmother Lady Joan Dinham.

2/2/1499, Feoffment in trust with warranty Edmund Carewe Knight to Thomas Kevell sergeant at law of the Lord King, Humfrey Conyngesby, …, Thomas Graynfyld, Nicholas Wadham, Rog…, William Wadham of Caterston … ½ manors of Shute, Whiscombe, Northlegh and Southlegh … which Carewe recently recovered against Thomas Marquis of Dorset and Cecilia his wife … (S) UKNA.

3/20/1499, Katherine’s father died.

10/22/1499, IPM of William Huddesfeld, knight. … Katharine wife of Edmund Carewe, knight, and Elizabeth Huddesfeld, are his daughters and heirs, aged 21 and more and 17 and more respectively. Devon: 7 messuages … Manor of Shullyngford … Manor of Faryngdon … Manor of Widecomb … Manor, borough and hundred of Whitherigge … (S) CIsPM.

10/22/1499, Katherine age 21, died. (S) Will proved at Lambeth. [Likely in the birth of her daughter.]

[––Edmund––]

1501, Edmund coheir to his maternal uncle Sir John Dinham, Lord Dinham and Treasurer of the Exchequer. (S) Hist. of Buckingham, V4, 1927, Oving.

2/24/1502, “Gift. Thomas Marquis of Dorset, Edmund Carewe, …, Robert Poyntz …, knights, …, Nicholas Wadham esquire, …”. (S) UKNA.

11/22/1504, Edmund Carewe, John Speke and Amyas Paulet knights, William Carent and … esquires, … to Giles lord Daubney, … (S) CCRs.

1504-12, Plaintiffs: Edmund Carewe, knight, brother of John Carewe, knight. Subject: Bonds concerning the mortgage and repurchase of the manor and advowson of Stoke Fleming. Devon. (S) UKNA.

1505-6, “Grantor: Richard, Earl of Kent. Grantee: Giles Daubrey, knight, Lord Daubeney, Chamberlain, John Bourghchier, knight, Lord Fitz Warin, Thomas Darcy, knight, Lord Darcy, Henry Daubney, son … of the said Lord Daubeney, Richard Empson, John Husye, Edmund Carewe, Amyas Paulet, Nicholas Wadham, …, knights, … Manors …”. (S) UKNA.

8/22/1507, Quitclaim. Giles Daubney kt lord Daubney chamberlain of the king, John Bourghchur kt.' lord Fitzwareyn and Edmund Carewe kt. (S) UKNA.

2/10/1508, IPM of John Champernown, knight. … the manor of Aston Rowhant, and … granted the same, … in the county of Oxford, to Walter Courteney and William Huddesfeld, knights, …, for term of the life of Katharine daughter of Edmund Carewe, knight, wife of Philip Champernown, his son and heir, … (S) CIsPM.

1508-9, “… account of John Moyne, clerk, receiver general of all manors, etc., of John Lord de la Zouche, knight, and Joan his wife, Thomas Brandon, knight, and Elizabeth his wife, John Arundell, knight, and Edmund Carewe, knight …”.

6/24/1509, Henry VIII succeeded Henry VII as King of England.

6/1512, Edmund part of the invasion forces of King Henry VIII landing at Calais, on ships commanded by Admiral Edward Howard, the army commanded by Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset.

6/6/1513, Edmund still in France. “Debtor: Edmund Carewe, of Mohuns Ottery [in Luppitt Parish, Axminster Hundred]. Creditor: John Skewys, of Skewys in Cornwall, gentleman. Amount: £800.” (S) UKNA. [Edmund had mortgaged multiple properties to finance his French expedition.]

6/24/1513, Edmund killed by a cannon ball as he sat in council at the Siege of Therouanne in France. (S) L&Ps, F&D, Henry VIII, V1, 1920, October 1513.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P171. (S) Manuscripts in the Library of Pembroke College, Rand, 2006, P46.

Child of Edmund and Katherine:

i. Katherine Carew (118837), born 1499 in England.


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