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Monday, May 17, 2010

Bond 312338 & 312339

312338. Lord Roger de Clifford & 312339. Maud de Beauchamp {Bond}

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7/10/1333, Roger born in England, s/o 624676. Robert de Clifford & 624677. Isabel de Berkeley.
Bef. 1/1344, Roger, 5th Lord Clifford as heir to his older brother Robert.

~1345, Maud, born in England, d/o 624678. Thomas de Beauchamp & 624679. Katherine de Mortimer.

1350, Roger at the sea battle with the Spanish near Winchelsea.

10/16/1353, Roger granted a market and fair at Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516.

1355, Roger served in Gascony.

1356, Roger employed in the defense of the Marches of Scotland.

Bef. 3/20/1357, Roger married Maud.

1357–1388, Roger summond to parliament.

1365-67, “Rex v Aubrey de Veer Subject: Moiety of stewardship of Forest of Essex, parcel of inheritance of Roger de Clifford, son of Robert de Clifford County: Essex.” (S) UKNA.

1369, Maud a legatee in the wills of both her parents.

5/20/1370, Pardon to Thomas de Musgrave, ‘chivaler,’ late the husband of Isabel who was the wife of Robert son of Robert de Clyfford, … manor of Skipton … time during which he and Isabel held the same after the death of the said Robert son of Robert, while Robert son and heir of the said Robert son of Robert, and Roger, brother and heir of the said heir, were under age, … (S) CPRs.

1376-77, “Roger de Clifford asks the Chancellor to give him letters patent for the office of Sheriff of Cumberland.” (S) UKNA.

3/8/1382, Roger de Clifford, Lord of Westmorland, has letters nominating his brother, Thomas de Clifford, knight, and … attorneys in Ireland for one year. (S) Calendar of Patent Rolls.

12/21/1382, Roger appointed a “commissioner of oyer and terminer” of the county of York with power to arrest, imprison, and punish any who refuse to assist them.

1388, Roger with Richard, Earl of Arundel, on an expedition in Brittany.

7/13/1389, Roger died.

1398, Maud received a papal indult for a portable alter.

1400, Maud a legatee in the will of her brother Thomas, Earl of Warwick.

2/1403, Maud died. [The fair of Lawrence in Hartlepool, Durham was held by Maud, widow of Roger de Clifford, at her death. (S) Gazetteer.]

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P216.

Children of Roger and Maud:

i. Thomas de Clifford (3802644), born 1363 in England.

ii. Phillippe Clifford (156169), born ~1370 in England.

iii. Katherine de Clifford, born ? in England.
Katherine married Ralph Greystoke, 3rd Lord Greystoke.

iv. Margaret de Clifford, born ? in England.
Katherine married John Melton, 7th Lord Lucy.

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