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G20: 624840

624840. Sir Reginald de Aslacton

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Bef. 1284, Reginald born in England, s/o 1249680. Reginald de Aslacton & 1249681. Matilda Bozun.

1305, Reginald a juror in the IPM of Edmund de Mortimer.

1/12/1320, Commission to Walter de Goushull and Reynold Aslakton to levy the scutage of the king’s army of Scotland in the county of Nottingham.

11/16/1323, Reginald on another commission.

1/6/1327, Commission to Reginald de Aslacton, … to survey the bridge of Hethebeth … by Nottingham, … to audit accounts … (S) CPRs.

1328-29, Reginald and John Barry hold the same fee in Tollerton as their fathers did.

Reginal knighted.

12/1329, Reginald, knight, served on an inquisition at Nottingham regarding a royal grant.

1330, Reginald a Burgess of Nottingham.

1330, “Reginald de Aslacton, knight … by fine, between himself and Roger de Aslacton, parson of Hawkesworth, 2 E III, settled this Manor of Aslacton on himself for life, then to his son John, the elder, and the heirs of his body; for want of which, to John, the younger; then to Simon; then to Roger, his other sons, …”

1344, Reginald de Aslacton served in Parliament as a knight of the shires.

1344-46, Reginald died.

(S) A Reappraisal of the Medieval Ancestry of the Cranmers of Aslacton, Matthew Hovious, 2008.

Children of Reginald and ?:

i. John de Aslacton, the elder, born ? in England. [Heir]
John married Joan de Kirketon.
[No surviving heirs – lands passed to Simon.]

ii. John de Aslacton, the younger, born ? in England. [Heir]

iii. Simon de Aslacton (312420), born ~1310 in England.

iv. Roger de Aslacton.

v. Hugh de Aslacton.

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