1408, John Fyloll born in Dorset, England, heir & s/o 950664. William Filoll & 950665. Joan Frome.
1415, John Filoll age 7 at the death of his father.
1/28/1416, Sherbourne, Dorset. IPM of William Fyloll. He held in his demesne as of fee the manors of Winterborne Herringston and Langton Herring with the advowson of Langton Herring ... jointly with Joan by the grant of John son and heir of William Fillol, ... (S) IsPM, Henry V, 464.
1420, John Fillol heir to his great-aunt, Mary Filoll, widow; inheriting manors of Woodmancote, Morley and other lands.
8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.
~1425, John Wroghton [aka Worston] born in England, s/o §§John Wroughton Esq.
1429, John Wroughton’s father died. [During John’s minority, his uncles, William and Edward Wroughton, had control of his inheritance.]
4/24/1429, Writ of diem dausit extremum to the escheator(s) after the death of John Wroghton, esquire in Wilts., Somerset and Dorset. (S) CFRs.
~1430, Margaret born in England, d/o 950666. John Carent & 950667. Alice ?.
1434, “Compotus of fermers of John Filoll; Location: Bloxworth, Knowlton etc. Dorset .” (S) UKNA. [An annual account of the collection of fees.]
6/1/1434, “Court leet with view of frankpledge the first of John Filoll' son and heir of William Filoll' held at Langton Wallis.” (S) UKNA.
7/1/1434, John’s mother died; John age 26 and more.
7/30/1434, Order to escheator … Dorset to cause John Filoll, son and heir of Joan late the wife of William Cheney, knight, [John’s step-father] to have full seisin of all lands … the king has taken John’s fealty … (S) CFRs.
1436-42, “Compotus of bailiffs of John Filoll; Location: Bloxworth etc. Dorset.” (S) UKNA.
By 1437, John Filoll knighted.
5/27/1437, John Latymer and John Filoll, knights coming to parliament for Dorset. (S) CFRs.
1439-40, Plaintiffs: John Filoll, son of Joan, late the wife of Sir William Cheyne, chief justice. ... Subject: Manor of Winterborne Belet and lands, etc in Winterborne Hundyngton, Stafford, Kingston Mawreward, and Winterborne Kingston, enfeoffed by the said Joan; and the profits thereof. Dorset. (S) CPRs.
3/28/1442, Commission to collect the 15th and 10th and distribute money to impoverished towns … John Fyloll, John Neuburgh the younger ; £89 4s 11d ; in the county of Dorset. (S) CFRs.
3/29/1442, John Fyloll and John Neuburgh the younger, knights coming to Parliament. (S) CFRs.
1443, Because of a suit between the Appulbys and John Filoll of Dorset, Elizabeth Holden agreed to enfeoff those designated by Filoll and to deliver the deeds of her third of Pomfret to him. (S) Stepney: Manors and Estates, A Hist. of the County of Middlesex: V11.
11/23/1446, Commitment to John Filoll, … of the keeping of a messuage with a curtilage in Baggeruggestrete, co. Dorset … for 10 years, at a yearly farm of 23s. 4d. … (S) CFRs.
4/6/1448, Commitment to John Fyloll and John Wyke … of the keeping of all the lands late of William Horsy, … (S) CFRs.
[––John Filoll & Margaret––]
~1450, John married Margaret
1451-52, “Compotus of bailiffs of John Filoll; Location: Bloxworth etc. Dorset.” (S) UKNA.
8/12/1451, Debtor: John Turberville, of Kingsbury in Dorset, merchant. Creditor: John Fyloll of Woodlands in Dorset, merchant. Amount: £40 of legal English money. (S) UKNA.
5/28/1457, Maurice de la Ryver esquire, to James earl of Wiltesir and Ormond, John Stourton lord Stourton, William Caraunt esquire, …, John Filoll, …, John Sydenham the younger, … Quitclaim with warranty of the manor of Bradpole … (S) CCRs.
1461, “Quitclaim by Felicity, formerly wife of John Note, and John her son, to Robert Frampton and John Filoll of lands in Etchilhampton and Stert.” (S) UKNA.
6/28/1461, Edward IV crowned at Westminster, beginning the House of York.
1467, John wrote his will, naming his father-in-law an executor.
Bef. 8/28/1467, John of Woodlands, … Dorset, died.
8/8/1450, John Wroughton on a commission in the county of Wilts. to collect a subsidy. (S) CFRs.
1454, John Wroughton, esquire, held the fee called ‘Waas’s in Wiltshire. (S) Wilts. Arch. & NH Mag, V2, 1855, P285. [John had acquired the fee from Thomas Ramsey and his wife Elizabeth, who held it in 1442. John’s father John held the same fee in 1424.]
Aft. 1454, John’s first wife died.
2/12/1455, John Borne of Wiltesir 'gentilman,' to George Darell and John Wroughton esquires … Charter with warranty of the manor of 'Westchaldefeld' … (S) CCRs.
11/16/1458, William Baudrip esquire, son of Thomas Baudrip, to John Wroughton of Brodehenton co. Wiltesir esquire, … Quitclaim of the manor of Baudrip, … and Chelton co. Somerset, and all lands, rents, reversions and services in the towns and hamlets … because his seal is to many unknown he has procured the seals of James Ormond earl of Wiltesir and Alexander Hody esquire … (S) CCRs.
11/23/1464, Commission to John Wroughton, Thomas Rogers, … Wiltshire … to inquire … (S) CIsMisc, 1916, P191.
[––Margaret & John Wroughton––]
By 1469, Margaret married 2nd John Wroughton.
7/12/1469, John Carant, the elder, … enfeoffed John Worston [Wroughton] and one Margaret, then his wife … of the manor of Wodhous, Devon (S) 11/2/1497, IPM of John Wroughton.
4/4/1478, Margaret’s father died.
10/27/1478, “Katherine, late the wife of John Thomas, ‘marchaunt,’ late of Pole, co. Dorset, ‘wedowe,’ executrix of his will ... she render £40 to John Carent the elder (Margaret’s brother), executor of the will of John Filoll, esquire, and John Wroughton, esquire, and Margaret his wife, late the wife of John Filoll …”. (S) CPRs.
8/1/1483, Latton, Isabel, late wife of John Horn. … witnesses, John Wroughton the elder, …, Christopher Wroughton, …, John Wroughton the younger, esquires. (S) UKNA.
8/22/1485, Henry VII succeeded Richard III as King of England.
1486, “Katherine Filoll, daughter of John Filoll, esquire. v. John Wroughton: Land in .... geswell and elsewhere in S[omerset] and Dorset.” (S) UKNA.
2/3/1493, Reynold Filoll', querent, and John Wroughton' the elder, esquire, and Margaret, his wife, and John Filoll', clerk, deforciants. The manor of Knyghtestrete ... John, Margaret and John have acknowledged the manor and tenements to be the right of Reynold ... Reynold has given them 300 marks of silver. (S) Feet of Fines, Dorset.
8/16/1496, John died. (S) IPM of John.
8/17/1496, IPM of John Wroughton. Wilts: … 12 acres of pasture in Widecombe, worth 8s., held of Walter Mervyn, service unknown. (S) CIsPM.
10/14/1496, IPM of John Wroughton. He was seised of the under-mentioned manors and land in fee, … Alexander Darell, esq., who survives and is solely seised thereof in his demesne as of fee. He died on Tuesday the morrow of the feast of the Assumption last. Christopher Wroughton, knt., aged 40 and more, is his son and heir. Somerset: Manor of Mourton, worth 100s., … Manor of Washford, worth £4 6s. 8d., … 4 messuages, 40a. land, 10a. meadow, and 20a. pasture in Edeston, worth 40s. (S) CIsPM.
10/22/1496, IPM of John Wroughton. … Christopher Wroughton, knt., aged 40 and more, is his son and heir. Wiltshire: Manor of Henton Columbers, worth £10, … Manor of Henton Wase, worth £6 13s. 4d., … Manor of Medeburne, worth 100s. … Manor of Odehill, worth £6 … Manor of Beversbroke, worth £10 … (S) CIsPM.
10/28/1497, IPM of John Wroughton. One John Caraunt, … were seised of the under-mentioned manor, &c. in fee, … by a certain charter … gave them to the said John Wroughton and one Margaret, then his wife, … and had issue between them Alexander Wroughton, and John Wroughton who survive; and the said John Wroughton, esquire, afterwards died so seised and the said Margaret survived him and was and still is seised thereof in her demesne as of fee tail by the form of the gift. He died 16 August, 11 Henry VII. Christopher Wroughton, knight, aged 41 and more, is his son and heir, and the said Alexander is elder son of the said John Wroughton and Margaret, between them begotten, and is aged 26 and more. Gloucester: Manor and advowson of Dudmerton, worth 10 marks … (S) CIsPM.
6/5/1297, Margaret received a pardon for entering lands without licence. (S) 11/2/1497, IPM of John Wroughton.
11/2/1497, IPM of John Wroughton … [see 7/12/1469] … … the said John Worston [Wroughton], the father, and Margaret, had issue between them one Thomas, now deceased, and Alexander and John who survive; … John died … Margaret survived … Margaret Wroughton, widow, late the wife of John Wroughton, of Broad (Magna) Hynton, co. Wilts, esquire … [see 6/5/1497] … Margaret Worston named in the charter of the said John Carant, and the others, and Margaret Wroughton named in the letters patent, are one and the same person, the said John being known both by the name of John Wroughton and by the name of John Worston. … Christopher Worston, knight, is his son and heir. … The said Thomas died without heir of his body begotten, and the said Alexander and John Worston, sons of the said John Worston, esquire, and Margaret are still living, and Alexander is the elder son between the said John Worston, esquire, and Margaret begotten and is aged 26 and more; and the said John the son is aged 22 and more. (S) CIsPM.
1501-02, Plaintiffs: Raynold, son of John Filoll. Defendants: Margaret Wroughton, executrix and late the wife of John Filoll. (S) UKNA.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P328.
Family notes, Wroughton:
· §§William Wroughton (born ~1350, d.1392), married to §§Margaret Bawdrip (born ~1360), heir to the manor of Bawdrip, died in 1408; and his widow married John Blacket who held her estate after her death c. 1421. –– William's son John (~1380 – d. 1429) left the manor to his brothers William and Edward Wroughton during his son John's minority. (S) Bawdrip: Manors, A Hist. of Somerset: V6: Andersfield, Cannington, and North Petherton Hundreds, Bridgwater and neighbouring parishes, 1992, PP184-188.
Children of John Filoll and Margaret:
i. William Filoll (237666), born 1453 in England.
ii. Katherine Filoll, born ? in England.
Katherine married John Thomas.
Bef. 10/27/1478, John died.
Child of John Wroughton and ?:
i. Christopher Wroughton (237644), born 1455 in England.
Children of John Wroughton and Margaret:
i. Alexander Wroughton, born 1472 in England.
ii. John Wroughton, born 1475 in England.