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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

2110848 John de Wahull

2110848. Baron John de Wahull & 2110849. Isabel ?

1302, John born in England, s/o 4221696. Thomas de Wahull & 4221697. Hawise de Prayers.

1304, John age 1 when his father died. During his long minority the king retained his guardianship.

John married Isabel.

1322-27, “John de la Wodehalle states that he was captured and imprisoned as an adherent of Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, but was then released with other prisoners in the park of Rothwell, as he was ready to put himself on a jury that he was not at Tickhill, or Burton-upon-Trent, or Boroughbridge, or anywhere else against the King. But his lands are now seized into the King's hand, and his wife and children have nothing to live off. He request's the King's grace of the delivery of his lands and chattels, as he had the King's grace of the delivery of his body.” (S) UKNA.

4/15/1323, John, upon doing his homage, granted his lands of the manors of Great and Little Durnford and Tytherly, Wiltshire.

1330, on the occasion of the special commission of inquiry into privileges known as the Placita de Quo Warranto, John de Wahull was exempt from amerciaments by the justices in eyre at the Bedford Assizes as a baron; one who by virtue of his rank must be amerced by his equals or before the Royal Council.

3/22/1332, John appointed Keeper of Bedfordshire.

1334, by writ, John summoned to attend the king at Roxburgh.

Bef. 1336, John also held the manors of Wodhull, Langford and Pateshull.

Bef. 4/30/1336, John died; Isabel living.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P187. (S) A Hist. of the Co. of Bedford, V3, 1912.

Children of John and Isabel:

i. Sir John de Wahull, born ~1321 in England. [Heir.]
1337, John age 16 and more when his father died.
1347, John summoned by special writ.
1348, John died.
John de Wahull, a minor when his father died.
1368, John’s line terminated in heiresses; his daughters, Elizabeth age 3, and Eleanor age 2.
Bef. 1376, both of his daughters died, the heir becoming Nicholas, son of John’s brother Thomas – who was already deceased.

ii. Thomas de Wodhull (1055424), born aft. 1322 in England.