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Thursday, May 27, 2010

950754 Malpas-Beaumond

950754. Philip Malpas & 950755. Julian Beaumond

~1410, Julian born in England, d/o §John Beaumond.

11/6/1429, Henry VI crowned of England.

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.

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.

2/22/1444, Grant to Joan Gedeney, Philip Malpas, Alexander Arable alias Orable, Thomas Staunton and Thomas Style. (S) UKNA.

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.]

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.

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.

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.

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.

Julian died before Philip. (S) Philip’s will.

4/26/1469, “Will of Philip Malpas Merchant and Draper Saint Andrew Cornhill, City of London”; asking to buried in the Holy Apostle church of St. Andrew, Cornhill. (S) UKNA.

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.

Family notes:
• John Coke, gentleman, son of dame Elizabeth, late the wife of Sir Thomas Coke, knight, and daughter of Philip Malpas, late citizen and draper of London. v. Master William Dunthorn, clerk of the city of London.: Deeds relating to the manor of Chaldewell and advowson of the church, deposited with defendant by Sir Ralph Joslyn, knight, late husband of Philippa, daughter of the said Philip Malpas.: Essex. (S) UKNA.

Children of Philip and Julian:

i. Elizabeth Malpas (475377), born ~1430 in England.

ii. Philippa Malpas, born ? in England.
Philippa married Sir Ralph Jocelyn.
1464-5, 1476-7, Ralph Mayor of London.