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Saturday, May 22, 2010

Bond 475332 & 475333

475332. John Filoll & 475333. Margaret Carent {Bond}

1409, John born in England, heir & s/o 950664. William Filoll & 950665. Joan Frome.

1416, John age 7 at the death of his father.

1420, John heir to his great-aunt, Mary Filoll, widow; inheriting manors of Woodmancote, Morley and other lands.

~1430, Margaret born in England, d/o 950666. John Carent.

1434, “Compotus of fermers of John Filoll; Location: Bloxworth, Knowlton etc. Dorset .” (S) UKNA.

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.

1436-42, “Compotus of bailiffs of John Filoll; Location: Bloxworth etc. Dorset.” (S) UKNA.

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 History of the County of Middlesex: V11.

1451-52, “Compotus of bailiffs of John Filoll; Location: Bloxworth etc. Dorset.” (S) UKNA.

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.

1467, John wrote his will, naming his father-in-law an executor.

Bef. 8/28/1467, John, Esq., of Woodlands, … Dorset, died.

Margaret married 2nd John Wroughton.

10/27/1478, “Katherine, late the wife of John Thomas, ‘marchaunt,’ late of Pole, co. Dorset, ‘wedowe,’ ... John Carent the elder, … John Filoll, John Wroughton, esquire, and Margaret his wife, late the wife of John Filoll …”. (S) UKNA.

1520, Margaret died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P328.

Children of John 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.
1486, “Katherine Filoll, daughter of John Filoll, esquire. v. John Wroughton: Land in .... geswell and elsewhere in S[omerset] and Dorset.” (S) UKNA.

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