~1305, Henry Auger born in England, heir & s/o 2500160. Nicholas Aucher & 2500161. Petronilla de Cassingham.
~1305, Isabel born in Winchelsea, England, d/o 2500162. Henry Alard.
7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.
11/25/1317, Henry son of Nicholas Aucher and Isabell daughter of Henry Alard of Winchelsea (by Martin German her guardian), plaintiffs, and Robert son of John Alard, defendant of one messuage, 500 acres land, 100 acres meadow, 100 acres wood in Newenden; right of Robert, who grants to Henry and Isabella and to his heirs by her. (S) Feet of Fines, Kent.
1318, Ralph Barry and Johanna his wife plaintiffs, ... a messuage, 3 gardens, ... in Rovelnden. ... Endorsed: Isabella, daughter of Henry Alard, and Johanna her sister, and Robert son of John Alard assert their claim. (S) Feet of Fines, Kent.
1322, Henry summoned against the Scots. [Revolt of Rebel Barons suspended war with Scotland.]
1324, IPM of William Colebrond: Seized at his death of 18a of Marsh in Hope by Romney, held of Henry Ancher and Robert Sharstede for 8s yearly.
10/20/1324, Henry son of Aucher acknowledges that he woes to William Cokerel, knight, £300 ; to be levied cos. Essex and Somerset. (S) CCRs.
1326, Henry [and others] had a commission to guard the coast between Smallhide and Newenden, controlling all persons entering and leaving the harbours.
1/24/1327, Edward III succeeded Edward II as King of England.
1329, Henry and Isabelle Aucher [Augier] conveyed land to Priory of St Barbe in Normandy. (S) Extraits des Anesy, V1, P138.
By 2/9/1330, Henry, Gent. of Losenham in Newneden, co. Kent, died before his father. (S) Archaeologia Cantiana 20 (1893): 161-162. (S) CPRs, 7/24/1343.
10/6/1330, A fine was made between Isabel and Agnes, daughter of Nicholas Aucher, concerning a messuage etc. in Rovelnden. Isabel acknowledges Agnes's right (sister of Henry Aucher), who then grants the property to Isabel for life and after her death to her son Henry. (S) Feet of Fines, Kent.
3/8/1332, Geoffrey de Knelle, Isabel Aucher, and the tenants and landowners between Knellesflote and Robertsbridge to embank the river above Knellesflote. Sussex. (S) CPRs.
1333, Galfridus de Knelle and Isabel Aucher had an inquisition on the state of repair of the wall. (S) CIsPM.
9/8/1333, at Westminster. Betw. Isabella, who was the wife of Henry Aucher of Lossenhamme, plt. and Agnes, daughter of Nicholas Aucher, deft., of 1 mess., 1 garden, 115 acr. Land, 11 acr. Wood, 30s. rent, and rent of 2 cocks, 18 hens, 80 eggs, 1 lb. and a moiety of one grain of pepper, and a moiety of cummin, with appurts., in Roluyndenn’. Right of Agnes, who, for the admission, grants to Isabella for her life. After the death of Isabella to remain to Henry her son, and to the heirs of his body, but if none, then after his death to remain to the right heirs of aforesaid Isabella. (S) Arch. Cantiana, V20, 1893, P161.
1334-35, Kent lay subsidy roll: Isabel Auchier held land in Tenderden worth 10s, divided from Knelle manor by the Rother river.
1335, Commission to William de Orlandston and others to supervise and repair the dykes and other works lately constructed, persuant a commission of Roger de Bavent and his fellow justices to protect lands of Geoffrey de Knelle and Isabella Aucher. (S) CPRs.
1336, Isabel and a neighbor rallied support for dikes and water works in their neighborhood.
5/20/1342, By inquisition lately taken by William Trussel, escheator on this side of the Trent, it was found that 650 acres of the land of Geoffrey de Knelle and Isabel Aucher and others had been swallowed up and other land would soon be submerged unless a sea wall were built there. The king by letters patent granted license for the above mentioned. (S) CPRs.
Bef. 4/8/1348, Isabel died. (S) CPRs. [...Geoffrey de Knelle and Isabel Aucher, both now deceased, ...]
· Many contemporary “Aucher son of Henry” ... persons in other counties [York, Wiltshire, Southampton, ...].
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P249.
Child of Henry and Isabel:
i. Henry Aucher (625040), born ~1325 in England.