950754. Lord Philip Malpas & 950755. Julian Beaumond
~1410, Philip born in London, England, s/o 1901508. Philip Malpas.
~1415, Julian born in England, d/o §§John Beaumond & Johanna ?.
8/9/1421, The guardianship of Dionisia, daughter of John Beaumond, late "chaundeller," [of London] together with her patrimony, committed by William Cauntbrigge, the Mayor, and the Aldermen, and John Bederenden, the Chamberlain, to Philip Malpas (the father), draper, who married Johanna [previously Beaumond], [late] wife of William Middeltone, executor of the said John Beaumond Surieties. (S) CCRs. [Julian a younger sister of Dionisia.]
8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.
11/6/1429, Henry VI crowned of England.
[––Philip & Julian––]
~1432, Philip married to Juliana.
7/4/1439, Philip Malpas, lord of the place (loci) of Haldyng, of the diocese of London, and Juliana his wife, indult “De Plenaria Remissione.” (S) Lateran Regesta, 311. [Likely associated with a pregnancy.]
1440, Philip’s father, a draper and sheriff of London, died. (S) A Survey of London, Stow, 1842, P42.
1441, Philip, M.P. for London.
1441-1443, Philip an auditor for London. (S) The Aldermen for the City of London, V2, 1913.
1/1442, An account of the carrack [ship] coming to Sandwich ... purchase made ... of Philip Malpas, 60 cloths “westrons” for £90. (S) English Economic Hist., Bland, 1914.
3/16/1442, … Robert Large being mayor of London, Philip Malpas and Robert Marchall sheriffs. (S) CCRs.
3/28/1442, Commissions to the following, to distribute the under-mentioned sums in the counties, cities and boroughs named: … Philip Malpas in the city of London, £76 15s 6.25d. (S) CFRs.
7/9/1442, Philip Malpas and William Cottesbroke, citizens for London in Parliament. (S) CFRs.
10/20/1442, John Gedney, Philip Malpas, … querents, … 1 messuage, 80 acres, … co. Kent. (S) Feet of Fines.
1/4/1443, “The first court of Joan Large, widow, Philip Malpas, Thomas Morstede, Alexander Orable, Thomas Staunton, and Thomas Style, cofeoffees of Joan.” (S) UKNA.
1443-45, Custumarium ... from the Court Rolls of the manor of Totenham, of lands and tenements alienated ... in the time of Joan Large, lady of the said manor and Philip Malpas, ..., her cofeoffees. (S) UKNA.
2/22/1444, Grant to Joan Gedeney, Philip Malpas, Alexander Arable alias Orable, Thomas Staunton and Thomas Style. (S) UKNA.
5/3/1445, Licence, for 2 marks ... to grant to Thomas Stanley, knight, ... Philip Malpas, ... the manor of Lyston Overhalle, co. Essex. (S) CPRs.
12/17/1445, Philip Malpas states that Raphael de Aurea and Christopher Lummelyne forcibly took and carried off £40 in cash belonging to him, and also abducted his servant, Richard Chaumburleyn, such that he was deprived of his service …. This was against the peace, and to his damage of £200. (S) CCRs. [Case was remanded to a jury.]
11/13/1446, Philip on a commission of oyer and terminer to investigate a petition made by Sir Thomas Kyriell.
2/26/1448, Philip nominated for alderman of Lime Street; personally recommended by the king. [He was not elected until April 1st.] (S) The Fortnightly, V8, 1870, P451.
6/26/1450, Philip, a Lancastrian, dismissed as alderman by supporters of “Jack Cade”, a Yorkist, one being Thomas Cooke, draper.
7/1450, Cade arriving in London had members attack Philip’s house. [Not much was taken because he had been warned, possibly by Thomas Cooke, his future son-in-law.]
2/19/1451, Philip Malpas citizen and draper of London to Joan Gedeney widow who was wife of John Gedeney citizen and draper and alderman of London, …. Quitclaim of the manors of Pembrokes, Brewses, Dawbeneys and Mokkyngges in Totenham with all appurtenances in the towns of Totenham and Edelmeton and elsewhere in Middlesex, … (S) CCRs.
3/9/1451, John bishop of Worcester and Henry Sampson, clerk, to Philip, Malpas merchant, Juliana his wife, … Charter with warranty of a brewhouse tenement called the 'Dolfyn' with a tavern called the 'Belle' and divers shops, dwellings, cellars, solars, a wharf etc. in the parishes of St. Mary Magdalene and St. Olave in Southwerk co. Surrey, also of a tenement called the 'Bere' with a tavern attached, houses, shops, dwellings, cellars, solars, wharf etc. in the said parish of St. Olave, … (S) CCRs.
1452-54, Plaintiffs: Francis Mychell, merchant, of Lucca (Luke), Italy. Defendants: ..., Philip Malpas, draper, Thomas Goly, skinner, and others of London. Subject: Seizure of goods in St Bartholomew's the Little, and imprisonment in Southwark. (S) UKNA.
1452-54, Defendants: Thomas Walker, a soldier late come out of Normandy. Subject: Imprisonment upon an action of detinue for goods taken away by ‘misruled people,’ ‘at the time of the robbing of the house of Philip Malpas’ of London. (S) UKNA.
8/1453, King Henry VI had a mental breakdown. [Richard, Duke of York, appointed Protector of the Realm.]
5/22/1455, 1st battle of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, considered the 1st battle of the 30-year War of the Roses. Yorkists against an army of King Henry VI.
1455, Philip and Sir Thomas Vaughn, on hearing of Margaret of Anjou’s approach of London after winning the battle at St. Albans, took royal treasure on a ship to Flanders. They were captured by French pirates and held over a year for ransom.
11/11/1458, Joan who was wife of Henry Pevensey, daughter and heir of Thomas Rikhill esquire … also to William Venour, Philip Malpas, Richard Bruyn, Thomas Hoo esquire and others who are in possession of 5 messuages in London … (S) CCRs.
1460-65, Philip Malpas, master, and the wardens of the craft or mistery of drapers. v. Thomas Eyre, feoffee for John Gedney, draper.: Brewing-house, shops, &c. in Cornhill and Broad Street ? (Bradstreet) bequeathed to the said craft.: London. (S) UKNA.
3/2/1460, Mainprise made in chancery under a pain of £500 by Philip Malpas … that he should appear in person in chancery … [multiple requests issued until 11/25/1461.] (S) CCRs.
2/17/1461, 2nd battle of St. Albans, Hertfordshire – a Lancastrian victory. King Henry was rescued at the battle.
2/1461, Philip, on hearing of Warwick’s defeat at 2nd battle of St. Albans, with Sir Thomas Vaughn took a ship from Antwerp in the port of London, with what treasure they could, and went to Ireland. (S) Welsh Biography Online.
3/29/1461, The battle of Towton in Yorkshire, a Yorkist victory. Yorkist forces, with a wind at their back in a blinding snow storm giving their archers and spearmen a significant advantage. [King Henry and Queen Margaret fled to Scotland. King Henry had another breakdown, and Queen Margaret led the Lancastrian resistance.]
11/25/1461, Philip Malpas on that day he did appear, and was by the chancellor dismissed from the court quit without a day. (S) CCRs. [See 3/2/1460.]
6/28/1462, Edward IV crowned at Westminster, beginning the House of York.
1462, Philip again alderman of London.
3/26/1464, John Stoker, alderman of London, wrote his will naming Philip as overseer, “to have 20 nobles for his labor.” (S) Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls.
7/10/1464, Deeds relating to property in City parishes; Demise by Thomas Hoo, gent., Philip Malpas, citizen of London, draper, and others, to John Worsop, citizen and baker, of a tenement in Lombards Hill in St Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street. (S) UKNA.
2/9/1465, Pardon to John Chudlegh ... to answer Philip Malpas, citizen and merchant of London, touching a debt of £160, ... (S) CPRs.
1465, Edward IV captured Henry VI and put him in the Tower of London.
Julian died before Philip. (S) Philip’s will.
4/26/1469, “Will of Philip Malpas Merchant and Draper, of Saint Andrew Cornhill, City of London”; asking to buried in the Holy Apostle church of St. Andrew, Cornhill. (S) UKNA. Philip provided for a priest to pray for his soul, and the soul of Julian his late wife ... and for Philippa his daughter, late the wife of Sir Ralph Jocelyn, Knt. ... To Elizabeth his daughter, the wife of Sir Thomas Cook, Knt, 500m of the 1000m, £130 owed to him by Sir Thomas ... to each of the 4 sons of Thomas and Elizabeth 100m ... each to have his part at 21 years ...
Bef. 5/8/1469, Philip died.
(S) Trans. of the London and Middlesex Arch. Soc., 1870, PP285-307. (S) Calendar of the letter-books of the city of London, Sharpe, 1909. (S) The Wars of the Roses, Weir, 1995. (S) Merchant Middleclass of Medieval London, Thrupp, 1989, P354.
· 9/10/1406, Inquisition[in London] … touching dues withheld from the Exchequer. … by oath of Hugh Ryebrede, …, John Beaumond, … (S) Letter Books of London, 1909.
Children of Philip and Julian:
i. Elizabeth Malpas (475377), born ~1435 in England.
ii. Philippa Malpas, born ? in England.
Philippa married Sir Ralph Jocelyn.
1464-5, 1476-7, Ralph, Mayor of London.
Bef. 1469, Philippa died.