Featured Post

||| LINK to author's Amazon page

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

2110868 Nicholas de Charnel

2110868. Sir Nicholas de Charnel

Nicholas born in England, s/o §Nicholas de Charnels & §Lucia ?.

1313- 1320, Nicholas heir to his father.

1320, Nicholas Knight of the Shire in parliament.

2/1/1327, Edward III crowned king of England.

3/3/1327, Commission of oyer … to John de Nevill, … on complaint by William Trussell that … Nicholas de Charneles, … and others, carried away his good at Magna Petelyng, Leiciester, … (S) CPRs.

3/21/1332, Appointment … as keepers of the county … to arrest all disturbers … Nicholas de Charnels for the county of Leicester. (S) CPRs.

1336-37, Parties: Nicholas de Charnel', knight, lord of Bilton (Beulton) & Richard des Appes, rector of Bilton. (S) UKNA.

1337-40, Sir Nicholas Charnels mentioned in the chronicles of Froissart as serving in Brittany in the French wars of Edward III.

1338, Debtor: Nicholas Charnels, knight, lord of Bilton, of [Knightlow Hundred, Warwicks.] Creditor: William de Sutton of Draycote [Knightlow Hundred, Warwicks.]. Amount: £100. (S) UKNA.

11/15/1340, Commission to Thomas de Asteleye, Nicholas de Charneles, … in the county of Leicester, to keep the king’s peace, to enforce the statutes, … (S) CPRs.

1341, Nicholas a member of parliament for Leicester. (S) A Topo. History of the County of Leicester, Curtis, 1831, P-XXIII. [Son Thomas would represent Leicester in 1343 & 1344.]

9/15/1341, Association … in the county of Leicester to keep the peace … with Nicholas de Charnels and … (S) CPRs.

7/2/1342, Commission to … William Trussel the elder, Nicholas de Charnels, … Simon Pakeman to make inquisitions touching felonies … county of Leycestre … (S) CPRs.

11/25/1343, William Trussel the elder, Nicholas Charnels, Roger la Zouche and Simon de Pakeman mentioned in an appointment of a commission of peace in the county of Leicester. (S) Calendar of Patent Rolls, V1, P178.

1347, Nicholas Charneles, knight, of the retinue of Thomas, Bishop of Durham in co. Northampton, Leicester, and Warwick, at the siege of Calais. [The same year his was later listed in the King’s retinue.]

11/5/1349, Commission of oyer and terminer to William Shareshull, Richard de Stafford, knight, … and Simon Pakeman, on complaint by Nicholas de Charnels, ‘chivaler,’ and William, his son, that John de Charnels, parson of the church of Swepston, … broke by night their close and houses at Swepston, co. Leicester … (S) CPRs.

7/10/1356, Pardon to Nicholas Charnels, ‘chivaler,’ of his outlawry in the county of Surrey … (S) CPRs.

Nicholas de Charnel, Lord of Bilton, Warwickshire, died.

(S) Magna Britannia Antiqua & Nova: Staffordshire – Warwickshire, Cox, 1738, P800.

Child of Nicholas and ?:

i. Thomas Charnel (1055434), born ~1310 in England. [Eldest son]