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Monday, May 24, 2010

Lord Thomas Clarell Esq. & Maud Montgomery

738566. Lord Thomas Clarell Esq. & 738567. Maud Montgomery

By 1368, Thomas Clarel born in Yorkshire, England, s/o 1477132. William Clarell & 1477133. Elizabeth de Reygate.

~1373, Maud born in England, d/o 1477134. Sir Nicholas Montgomery.

1376, Thomas’ father William died, his brother William the heir.

7/21/1381, Marriage of the son and heir of William de Clarell during his nonage. (S) John of Gaunt’s Register, 1379-1383.

6/23/1385, Inquest taken at court of Thos. Clarell of Ulseby. Eliz. widow of Wm. Clarell never enfeoffed in manor of Ulseby.

By 1389, Thomas attained majority.

7/12/1390, 1) Eliz. widow of Sir Thos. de Ledys, kt. Sir John Elys, kt. 2) Thos. Clarell. Sir John Seyvill, kt. ... (1) to (2) manors of Steveton and Wodehall with lands in Milforth, Lumby and Scherburn, and Aldewark water mill, paying 38 marks p.a. to Eliz. for life. (S) UKNA.

1392, Thomas Clarel, Dominus de Peniston, granted to John del Rodes and others, a piece of land in the Kirk-flatt, sicut se extendit et jacet inter quinque lapides per manus predicti Thornai Clarell pro metis positos, with license to grave turf on the moors of Peniston.

3/3/1397, Tomas Clarell and Matilda his wife, of the diocese of York, given indults that the confessor of their choice may grant them, being penitent, in some cases plenary remission at the hour of death. (S) Lateran Regesta, V5, 1904, 45.

7/25/1397 at Aldewerk, Release. 1) Thos. Clarell of Aldewerk. 2) John Foljampe. ... (1) to (2) manors of Steveton, Neuton on Darwent, Waterhall, Peniston, Holandswayn, Thorp Hestelay, and lands in ... (S) UKNA.

7/28/1398 at Brathwell, Grant in tail by William Power of Tilne ... Witnesses ... Thomas Clarell, ... (S) York. Arch, Journal, V16, 1902, P89.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England.

1/19/1410, “Marriage settlement made by indenture between John Fitzwilliam and Thomas Clarell' on the occasion of the marriage of John son of John, and Margaret daughter of Thomas Clarell ... Thomas shall pay 450 marks to John ... John, the father, will convey to Thomas the manor of Derthyngton ... For 10 years or until the marriage ... ” (S) UKNA.

2/6/1410, “Thomas Clarell agrees with Lady Joanna, widow of John de Serelby, and William Rygmayden as follows:- Thomas Mountforth, relative of Thomas Clarell, on his marriage of Elizabeth, daughter of Nicholas de Serelby …” (S) UKNA.

3/20/1413, Henry V succeeded Henry IV as King of England.

9/29/1415 at Westm. “Thos. Clarell claims from Edw. Fitzwilliam a messuage, 100 acres … in Wadworth by Tikhyll, … gave to Wm. Clarell …, with remainder to Thos. son of Wm. Clarell in fee tail, …” (S) The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 1895, P67.

4/4/1417, Lease. Sir Thomas Darcy to Sir John Fitzwilliam. Manor of Hathilsay with all appurtenances ..., paying 48 marks, 6 shillings, 8 pence p.a. ... Witnesses..., Thomas Clarell ... (S) UKNA.

3/22/1421, English at the battle of Beauge in Anjou, France. A major defeat for the English in the Hundred Years war under the leadership of Thomas, Duke of Clarence, s/o Henry V.

1421-22, “Parties to Indenture: Indentures between the king and the following for service in France. Thomas Clarell ‘le puisne.’”[judge]. (S) UKNA.

2/12/1422, Assignment of rents. Hathilsey maybe Haddlesey, Selby. Thomas Langley, bishop of Durham, chancellor of England, and William Kynwoldmerssh, clerk, treasurer of England, to Thomas Clarell, esquire, and Richard Wentworth.

1422, Petitioners. Maud Clifford, Countess of Cambridge; Alice, Lady of Deyncourt; John, Lord of Talbot and Furneville; mayor and community of the city of York; ...; William Haryngton (Harrington), knight; ...; Thomas Clarell, esquire; ... the fixed bridge in Yorkshire called Turnbrigge, over a watercourse called 'le Dyke', is so low that vessels from the high sea and the city of York, Hull and the towns of Doncaster, Fishlake and other towns cannot pass without impediment. (S) UKNA.

8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.

7/20/1423, To the escheator in Yorkshire. Order to remove the king's hand … the manors and advowson hereinafter mentioned, delivering to Thomas Langley bishop of Durham, Edmund Fitz William, Thomas Clarell esquires, …  two thirds of the manor and advowson of Emley … (S) CCRs.

1427, “Escheator: Thomas Clarell, Escheatry: Yorks.” (S) UKNA.

1428, “Record of issue in action on writ of formedon in descendre brought by Thos. Clarell, sen., esq., to recover from John Frankyssh …” (S) UKNA.

3/6/1430, Thomas on a commission of array for co. York, Westriding and Northriding. (S) CPRs.

9/14/1430, Bond. Of Thomas Clarell, esq., and John Thwaytes of Lofthous, gent., to John Vavasour, esq., in £1,000 to observe an arbitration relating to property at Denton, Wolleston, Askwith, Burley and Elslak [Yorkshire]. (S) UKNA.

4/30/1433, Christopher Dronsfelde of Stubbeswoldynge co. York …  Witnesses: Robert Waterton knight, Thomas Clarell the elder, …, Thomas Clarell the younger, John Haryngton esquires. (S) CCRs.

1434-36, “Escheator: Thomas Clarell, Escheatry: Yorks.” (S) UKNA.

9/26/1437, “Thomas Clarell, senior, esquire and Thomas Clarell, his son and heir, to Thomas Momforth …” (S) UKNA.

1/291438, Feoffment. Between ...; of an acre of land in Holandswayne, lying between the land of Thomas Clarell on the north, and the land of Nicholas de Wortelay on the south. (S) UKNA.

1440, Thomas took release of a croft from Thomas Johnson.

11/20/1441, Thomas wrote his will; requested burial at Austin Friars at Tickhill, Yorkshire, Maud my wife, John and Robert Clarell my sons, Thomas Clarell vicar of Leeds, ... (S) Publ. Suretees Soc., V45, 1865, P247.

Bef. 6/20/1442, Thomas died. (S) Will proved.

[––Maud––]

11/1/1442, Writ of diem clausit extremum to the escheator in the county of York after the death of Thomas Clarell, esquire, tenant in chief of the king. (S) CFRs.

Bef. 10/17/1446, Maud’s son Robert died leaving everything to his mother in his will [horse, saddle, bridle, boots, spurs, sword, and 40s].

7/15/1450, Maud named the administrator in son Thomas’ will.

Bef. 3/17/1456, Maud died; son John named administrator of her estate.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P202.

Children of Thomas and Maud: [3 sons, 2 daughters]

i. Thomas Clarell, born ? in Yorkshire, England.

9/26/1437, “Thomas Clarell, senior, esquire and Thomas Clarell, his son and heir, to Thomas Momforth …” (S) UKNA.

ii. Margaret Clarell (369283), born ~1397 in Aldwark, Yorks, England.

iii. Elizabeth Clarell, born ? in Yorkshire, England.

1409-10, Elizabeth married Sir John Gresley, kt.


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