Saturday, June 19, 2010

G21: 1477552 Tilney-Roos

1477552. Sir Philip de Tilney & 1477553. Grace Roos

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~1345, Philip born in England, s/o 2955104. Frederick Tylney & 2955105. Margery Lyne.

~1350, Grace born in England, heir & d/o 2955106. Richard Roos& 2955107. Matilda ?.

8/1/1367, “Writ to: Sheriff of Lincs Sent by: Chancery Endorsement: Reply of Philip de Tylney, Sheriff of Lincs.” (S) UKNA.

6/8/1376, “Letter of attorney. 1) Frederic de Tilney de St. Botho. 2) Philipp de Tilney, his son. (1) to (2) to deliver seisin of manor of Thefford to Thos. de Chosell and others, as above. At Thefford.” (S) UKNA.

7/16/1377, Richard II crowned king of England.

5/1/1378, “Roger de Kirketon, knight, Robert Bernak, John de Haugh and Thomas de la Launde have demised, delivered and by this our present indented charter have confirmed to Grace the daughter of Richard the son of John de Roos of Tydd.” [This charter concerns the manor of Loveden, Lincolnshire, later known as Tilney Hall.] (S) Original Charter with 4 of its seals intact.

7/1/1378, William de Ufford, earl of Suffolk, John de Wyloughby, Philip de Tilney, … querents … Philip Gernon, … deforciants. (S) Feet of Fines.

Philip married Grace.

6/25/1383, … John Tylneye, … Philip de Tylneye, … querents … William de Thorp, knight, deforciant. (S) Feet of Fines.

1385, Philip, M.P. for Lincolnshire.

5/6/1386, John de Rocheford, the younger, Philip de Tilney, knight, … querents, and John Belle … deforciants. (S) Feet of Fines.

9/25/1386, “Commission to Ralph Rochford, Robert de Leek and Philip de Tylney, Westminster, knights, to make proclamation in the parts of Holand, co. Lincoln, that no armourers or vendors of arms, armour or horses soil the same at a dearer rate than their reasonable value heretofore under pain of forfeiture; on information that because men-at-arms, archers and others are coming to London on the king's summons to join his army to resist the French invasion, the dealers are raising prices.” (S) Calendar of Patent Rolls.

1387, Philip de Tilney de Boston, Sheriff of Lincolnshire. (S) History, Gazetteer and Directory of Licolnshire, White, 1882, P41.

9/1388 at Cambridge, Sir Philip de Tilney re-elected Knight of the Shire for Lincolnshire. (S) Parliament and Politics in late Medieval England, Roskell, 1981, P51.

6/4/1390, “…Creditor: Philip de Tilney, knight, and John de Rochford, of Boston [Lincs.] …” (S) UKNA.

6/20/1391, “Debtor: William Seymore, of East Halton. Creditor: Philip de Tilney, knight, of Boston, John Rochford of Boston, …. Amount: £66 13s. 4d.” (S) UKNA.

9/29/1391, Final concord between James de Roos knight, Margaret Tilney, …, and Philip Tilney, knight and Grace his wife, concerning the manor of Loneden in Tydd St Mary, for £100.

1391-2, “Philip de Tilneye of Boston, knight, … to grant messuages and land in Boston, … to John de Rochefort, alderman of the gild of Corpus Christi, Boston, and his successors.” (S) UKNA.

2/12/1392, “Quitclaim by William Thirnyng, James Roos, Philip Tilney, John de Tilney, …, of all their rights in the manors of Thorpe Marham, and Milton which they acquired, by fine, of the grant of William de Thorp, Knt.” (S) UKNA.

1394, Philip a commissioner of sewers for Boston.

9/29/1394, Indenture from James Roos, Knt., … to John de Rochefort of St. Botho the manor of Thetford … if Frederic, s. of Philip de Tilney, kt., and wife Margaret, d. of John de Rochefort, are maintained …

Bef. 4/14/1398, Philip of Boston and Loendon, Lincolnshire, and Ringborough in Holderness, Yorkshire died. “Indenture, agreement. 1) James de Roos, kt. John Inglesthorp, kt. John Pechell, clerk. 2) John de Rochefort of St. Botho. Reciting that (1) demised manor of Tetford in Isle of Ely with premises there and in Stretham, Ely, Lyttelport and Berwaye for 8 yrs. (from 1394), 40 marks p.a., according to indentures with (2) by consent of Lady Gracia de Tylney and executors of Philipp de Tilney, kt.;.” (S) UKNA.

12/6/1398, Quitclaim by Robert Brydde of Tydd St Mary to Grace, late the wife of Philip de Tylney, knight, James Roos, knight, …, of a messuage in the village of Tydd St Mary adjoining land of the rector on the east, …, other land of Grace on the south, and the common road to Tydd on the north.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P697. (S) Visitation of Norfolk. (S) The History and Antiquities of Boston, Thompson, 1856, P374. (S) Archives, Surrey History Centre.

Child of Philip and Grace:

i. Frederick Tilney (738776), born aft. 1378 in England.

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