~1340, Thomas Tirell born in Essex, England, heir & s/o 1477520. Sir Walter Tirell & 1477521. Jane Swynford.
6/1349, The Plague reached Dorset, and had spread across England by the end of 1349.
~1358, Eleanor born in Harrow, Middlesex, England, d/o §§John Flambard Esq. & Elizabeth ?. (S) Lives of Speakers of the House of Commons, Manning, 1851, P77.
1361-2, “John son and heir of Thomas Fitz Eustance to Thomas Tyrel the younger, Walter Tyrel, Thomas Bradewall, and Richard Duck: Grant of his manor of Berewyk in the parish of Standon: Herts.” (S) UKNA.
10/4/1363, Demise by Thomas Tyrel, knight, steward-general of Lady Isabella, the king's daughter, to Edmund de Stonore, in the name of the said lady, of the manors of Stonore, … (S) Ancient Deeds, V2, 1894, C.2529. [Thomas’ father had been Steward General to Isabel.]
6/28/1364, Thursday market at Milton, Hampshire, ratified by King Edward III to Thomas Tyrell, steward of Isabel, the king’s daughter, the holder of the manor.
4/27/1369, Charter of John Pecche citizen and draper of London … Witnesses: Thomas Tirel, Thomas Langford knights, … (S) CCRs.
6/11/1369, Thomas Tirell and Robert de Marny to be paid £4 for 10 days at parliament, at Westminster, representing Essex as knights of the shire. (S) CCRs.
By 1370, Thomas’ father died.
[––Thomas & Eleanor––]
~1370, Thomas married Eleanor.
1370, “Thomas Tirell, knight, to grant the manor of Avon to Walter Tirell, Eleanor his wife, …” (S) UKNA.
5/12/1371, Proof of age taken at Watford, Northampton, in the presence of Thomas Tyrell, steward of the lands of Isabel the king’s daughter, to whom the king committed the custody of all the lands of Agnes during her minority. (S) CIsPM.
12/10/1373, Henry de Coggeshale and Thomas Tirell to be paid £8 8s for 21 days at parliament, at Westminster, representing Essex as knights of the shire. (S) CCRs.
11/18/1376, Order to stay [a survey of wall, dikes …] as Thomas Tyrell or others of the counsel of Ingelram de Coucy earl of Bedeford and Isabel the king's daughter his wife may survey the sewer called Hedonflete, … (S) CCRs.
6/21/1377, Richard II succeeded Edward III as King of England.
6/1377, Ingram Brun, son and heir of William Brun knight, to Robert Marny knight and Alice his wife, mother of the said Ingram … Charter with warranty of the manor of Southwokyngdon co. Essex … Witnesses: Ralph Seyntleger, Thomas Tyrell knights, … Thomas de Belhous, … (S) CCRs.
2/20/1379, Maud, late the wife of John de Lisle of Woditon held the manor of Chellerton … by assignment of Thomas Tirell, knight, general attorney of Ingelram Councy, late earl of Bedford, and Isabel, his wife, then lady of the island. (S) CIsPM.
2/19/1381, Thomas Tyrell knight attorney of Ingelram de Coucy earl of Bedford and Isabel his wife … (S) CCRs.
Bef. 6/10/1383, Thomas died. (S) CCRs.
5/25/1400, Debtor: Eleanor Tyrell, of Essex. Amount: £500. (S) UKNA.
1/14/1402, To the collectors in the port of London of the subsidy of 2s. upon every tun of wine and 8d. in the pound. Order without taking custom or subsidy to suffer Eleanor Tirell to have 1 tun and 2 pipes of wine bought and purveyed in Gascony for consumption of her household and brought to the said port. (S) CCRs.
Bef. 1422, Eleanor died.
1422-26, Ralph Bateman states that William Bateman, his brother, and William Potton, clerk, agreed by a bond to pay Elizabeth Flambard [mother of Eleanor] an annuity for term of life, for certain lands which she sold them, and that they paid this annuity in full. However, John and Edward Tyrell, sons of her executrix [Eleanor], procured an inquest which said that Elizabeth was not paid for the Easter term before her death, so that the bond was forfeited ... (S) UKNA.
(S) The Brights of Suffolk, Bright, 1858, P227. (S) Transactions, Essex Arch. Soc., V7, 1900, P8.
· 9/28/1385, Exemption for life of John Flambard from being compelled to take the order of knighthood, ... (S) CPRs. John (died 1390 holding the manor of Harrow) s/o §§Edmund Flambard of Harrow, Middlesex. (S) N&Qs, 1896, P168. There is a brass effigy and inscription of “Sir John Flambard Kt” temp. Edward III in the Church of St. Mary, Harrow, Middlesex. (S) Kelly’s Dir. of Middlesex, 1914.
Childen of Thomas and Eleanor:
i. John Tyrell (369380), born ~1375 in England.
ii. Edward Tyrell, born ? in England.
Edward received his mother’s lands in Cambridgeshire.
1436, Edward’s holdings assessed at £135.
1/1442, Edward died.
1/31/1442, Writ for IPM of Edward Tyrell, esquire; Essex and Hertford. (S) CIsPM.
5/26/1444, Writ for IPM of Anne late the wife of Edward Tyrell ; Essex.