Monday, June 28, 2010

2498692 Ufford-Valoines

2498692. Baron Robert de Ufford & 2498693. Cecily de Valoines

6/11/1279, Robert born in England, s/o 60845680. Robert de Ufford & 4997385. Mary ?.

1280, Cecily, born in England, coheir & 2nd d/o 4997386. Robert de Valoines.

1281, Cecily 12 months old when her father died; inheriting the manor of Hickling and 1/4th the barony of Ixworth.

12/30/1296–9/9/1298, Robert’s father died.

7/21/1301, “Robert de Ufford … Ufford requests that he be granted a rent that is in the king's hand by his minority, so that he can maintain himself in his estate and in the king's service.” (S) UKNA.

1303, Robert, a Knight of the Bath, and a Knight Banneret, with King Edward I on an invasion of Scotland.

11/5/1305, “William the son of Robert Cokerel states that while he was out of the country he was outlawed at the suit of Robert de Uffort, for breaking into his park of Parham; but Robert de Uffort later inquired into the matter, found William not to be guilty, and granted him his letters patent, acquitting him insofar as it lay with him.” (S) UKNA.

4/28/1306, Cecily inherited estates in Norfolk and Suffolk from the Creke family.

6/26/1306, Participation of the manor of Combes … between John de Thorp on the one part, and Edmund de Pakeham and Roesia, his wife, Robert de Ufford and Cecily, his wife, on the other, … (S) CCRs.

11/18/1307, Robert de Ufford, staying in England, has letters nominating … heisattorneys in Ireland for two years. (S) CPRs.

2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.

1/13/1309, Robert, 1st Lord Ufford, summoned to parliament.

1309, William de Valoines willed Overhall manor to Sir Robert de Ufford (of Suffolk) and his wife Cecilia.

9/12/1309, Protection, until Christmas, for Robert de Ufford, going to Ireland. (S) CPRs.

1310-11, “Edmund de Pakenham and Roesia his wife to grant the fourth part of the manors of Combs and Helmingham and the advowson of the fourth part of the church of Combs to Robert de Ufford and Cecily his wife and her heirs, … The said Robert and Cecily retain manors of Rughton and Hickling (Norfolk), and the fourth part of the manors of Combs and Helmingham (Suffolk). Suffolk. Norfolk.” (S) UKNA.

7/11/1315, Commission of oyer … on complaint … that Robert de Ufford and Cicely his wife, Roger le Serjaunt of Rughton, … fished his tank … co. Norfolk. (S) CPRs.

6/11/1316, Robert de Ufford, staying in England, … letters … attorney in Ireland … (S) CPRs.

1316, Robert, age 37, died; Cicely named an executor. (S) CPRs.

10/8/1317, Cicely, late the wife of Robert de Ufford, staying in England, … her attorney in Ireland … (S) CPRs.

10/10/1317, at the inquest of Robert, Cecily is found to hold the manor of Bawdsey and lands in Ufford in dower.

2/7/1319, Cicely, late the wife of Robert de Ufford, going on pilgrimage beyond the seas, … (S) CPRs.

2/21/1321, Licence … by J. bishop of Norwich, … which the nuns hold in frank-almoin of Cicely, late the wife of Robert de Ufford, … (S) CPRs.

1325, Cecily died holding the manor of Hickling from her father; buried with Robert in Woodbridge priory.

(S) Gen. Memoirs of the Extinct Family of Chester of Chicheley, Waters, 1878.

Children of Robert and Cecily: [6 sons, 1 daughter]

i. Robert de Ufford (1249346), born 8/9/1298 in England. [2nd son & heir]

ii. John de Ufford, born ? in England.
6/7/1348, John, named the Archbishop of Canterbury, died of the plague before being consecrated.

iii. Sir Ralph de Ufford, born ? in England.
Ralph married 30421183. Maud of Lancaster. [Her 2nd]

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