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Friday, July 30, 2010

M: 2500

2500. Thomas Harris & 2501. Ruth James


3/2/~1663, Ruth born in Southampton, Long Island, NY; d/o 5002. Thomas James & 5003. Ruth Jones.

6/5/1696, Thomas named in right of his wife in the will of his father-in-law.

8/22/1697, Thomas died in Fairfield Co., CT.

Bef. 1723, Ruth died in Easthampton, Long Island, NY.

Family notes;
• This Thomas cannot be the son of Captain Daniel Harris. Daniel Harris left a will of 1/13/1698-9 leaving property to his son Thomas. That Thomas died 9/4/1700 in Middletown, CT.

Children of Thomas and Ruth:

i. Mary Harris, born ~1684 in Southampton, Long Island, NY.

ii. Thomas Harris, born ~1686 in Southampton, Long Island, NY.

iii. Nathaniel Harris (1250), born 10/8/1693 in Southampton, Long Island, NY.

iv. Samuel Harris, born ~1696 in Southampton, Long Island, NY.

M: 2498

2498. Col. Thomas Wood & 2499. Rebecca Hall

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1638, Thomas born in Portsmouth, RI; s/o 4996. John Wood & 4997. Margaret Carter.

3/1654, Thomas’ father died intestate.

1/25/1655, Thomas Wood received by deed 12 acres on Aquidneck Island from Thomas Manchester and his wife Margaret [Thomas’ brother-in-law.]

3/17/1655, the town council disposed of Thomas’ father’s estate: “To Thomas Wood the land that was his father’s in Newport, 40 acres near William Weeden’s farm.” Thomas was in possession of 20 pounds, and goods and cattle worth 15 pounds associated with the estate of his father.

2/9/1672, Thomas, as a member of a Coroners Inquest in the “Towne of Portsmouth”, found the death of Rebeca Cornell, about the age of “73 yeares”, by fire to be accidental.

2/20/1672, Thomas was a member of a Coroners Inquest again looking into the death of Rebeca Cornel.

6/1675-76, Thomas a Col. in British service in King Philip’s War. [Name for the Wampanoag leader Metacom (or King Philip). The war started an attack on Swansea in June 1675. Metacom was killed in August, 1676, ending the war.]

1704, Thomas died in Swansea, MA.

Child of Thomas and Rebecca:

i. Elizabeth Wood (1249), born 1658 in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA.

M: 2496

2496. Obediah Bowen & 2497. Mary Clifton

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7/1/1627, Obediah born in Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales; s/o 4992. Richard Bowen & 4993. Ann ?.

1628, Mary born in Wales, England; d/o 4994. Thomas Clifton & 4995. Mary ?.

1638-1643, Obediah immigrated to America to MA with his parents.

1648 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA, Obediah married Mary.

Obediah listed on a committee recording an agreement with Miles Standish as purchasers of Sowams.

1657, Obediah took the oath of “Fidelitie” in Rehoboth.

6/22/1658, “At at town-meeting lawfully warned, lots were drawn for the meadows that lie on the north side of the town, in as followeth, according to person and estate:” 1. John Peck … 22. Richard Bowen, sen. 23. Obadiah Bowen, … 44. Richard Bowen, jr. … (S) The history of Rehoboth, Bliss.

1666, Obediah an inhabitant of Rehoboth.

1667, Swansea broke off from Rehoboth.

1670, Obediah an inhabitant of Swansea.

1671, Obediah on Bristol Co. tax list.

1672, “Obediah Bowen, Sur.” sold 60 acres to Nathanie Chaffe.

1679, Obediah one of several recipients of land lots.

1681, Obediah a Representative for Swansea.

8/21/1681, Obediah a jury foreman in a death by drowning of 2 men.

2/18/1697, Mary died in Rehoboth, MA.

2/7/1689, A list of the name of the proprietors, not inhabitants, of The Towne of Rehoboth; … Obidiah Bowen, sen’r. … Obidiah Bowen, jun’r.

12/11/1708, Obediah wrote his will: grown ancient; beq to sons Samuel and Joseph and dau Hannah Brooks; gr. ch. Aaron, Daniel and Nathan, sons of dec. son Obadiah; four pewter platters, given to him when he was baptized, he beq to four gr. daus. Katherine, Sarah, Alice and Elizabeth B.; some land recorded in Rehoboth he gave to James and Hezekiah B.; also beq to Lydia Mason.

9/10/1710, Obediah died in Swansea, MA; buried with Mary in Bowen Family Cemetery, Read Farm, Warren, RI. [His estate showed only cow as farm animals.]

Family notes:
• Obediah and his wife, members of the First Baptist Church of Swansea, were warned frequently about poor attendance.

Children of Obediah and Mary:

i. Obediah Bowen, born 9/18/1651 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
7/25/1677 in Rehoboth, Obediah married Abigail Bullock, d/o Richard.
7/11/1699, Obediah died in Rehoboth.

ii. Mary Bowen, born 1/18/1653 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
5/30/1673 in Rehoboth, Mary married Isaac Allen.

iii. Samuel Bowen (1248), born 7/16/1659 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.

iv. Joseph Bowen, born 6/26/1662 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
1688 in MA, Joseph married Elizabeth Round.
12/27/1727, Joseph died in Rehoboth.

v. Thomas Bowen, born 8/3/1664 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
6/17/1689, Thomas married Thankful Mason, d/o Sampson & Mary Butterworth.
1743, Thomas died; buried with his parents.

vi. Hannah Bowen, born 5/3/1665 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
Hannah married Rev. Timothy Brooks.

vii. Lydia Bowen, born 4/23/1666 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.
9/4/1686 in Swansea, MA, Lydia married Joseph Mason, s/o Sampson & Mary Butterworth.
3/25/1758, Lydia died in Rehoboth.

viii. Mercy Bowen, born 3/18/1672 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.

ix. Isaac Bowen, born 9/30/1674 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., MA.

M: 2460

2460. Francis Baldwin & 2461. Cicely Coebourne

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4/20/1667, Francis born in Southrope, England.

~1670, Cicely born in England, d/o 4922. Thomas Coebourne & 4923. Elizabeth Cockfield.

By 1686, Francis had settled in Chester Co., PA.

1691, Francis given 100 acres on Chester Creek in Chester Twp. by his father-in-law, Thomas Coebourne.

5/21/1697, Francis and Cicely named in the will of her father.

Francis a juror in Chester Co.

1701, Francis arranged to purchase 200 acres of marsh in New Castle Co. from Henry Hollingsworth [but died before getting title.]

1702, Francis, a miller, died in New Castle Co., PA; Cicely surviving.

Family notes:
• Francis had brothers John and Thomas who also came to PA.

Children of Francis and Cicely:

i. Thomas Baldwin.
[Likely the father of Francis Baldwin of VA.]

ii. William Baldwin.
William mentioned in his grandfather Coebourne’s will.
William mentioned in a deed settling the estate of his father.

iii. John Baldwin (1228), born ~1705 in Chester Co., PA.

iv. Ann Baldwin.
Ann married William Ford of Bethel Twp.

v. Mary Baldwin.
Mary married John Littleton of New Castle Co.

M: 2456

2456. Nicholas Pyle & 2457. Abigail Bushell

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8/12/1666, Nichols baptized in Bishops Canning, Wiltshire, England; s/o 4912. Nicholas Pyle & 4913. Edith Musprat.

1668, Abigail born in Brinkwarte, Wiltshire, England; d/o 4914. Joseph Bushell & 4915. Sarah Webb.

1682, Nicholas arrived in the Province of Pennsylvania with William Penn. [Penn returned to England in 1684. Penn was again in America from 1699–1701.]

By 1685, Nicholas immigrated to America and settled in Concord Twp, Chester Co., PA.

3/31/1686 in England; George and his brother John Chandler bonded to Robert Pyle for 20 pounds, 12 shillings, payable in America to Robert Pyle Jr. and Nicholas Pyle. [George died at sea before reaching America.]

1688, Nicholas was associated with his nephew Robert Pyle’s anti-slavery statement.

8/29/1688, Robert Pyle of Wilts, England, granted a power of attorney in Chester Co., PA to Robert Pyle Jr. and Nicholas Pyle.

“Nicholas Pyle of Concord, gent., brother of Rogert Pyle, and Abigail Bushell, dau. of Joseph and Sarah Bushell, passed meeting for the second time … marriage permitted to proceed.”

9/12/1688 in Chester Co., PA, Nicholas married Abigail.

1693, Nicholas acquired 200 acres from William Byers.

12/13/1697, John Mendenhall of Concord [which now borders the state of Delaware] released to Nicholas and Nicholas Newland, both of Concord, and George Pierce of Thornbury, and Peter Dix of Birmingham, a tract of land for a meeting house.

1701, Nicholas was a “Provincial Officer” for three original counties of Pensylvania for an “extra session.”

1701, William Penn bought some land from the Indians. “The delicate and difficult taks of removing the tribe of Indians called the Okehockings from their lodges … in the vincinity of Chester … was accomplished by Caleb Pusey, Nicholas Pyle, Nathan Newlin …” (S) The Delaware Indians: A History, by Weslager.

1703-04, Nicholas an Assemblyman of Chester Co., PA.

1710-11, Nicholas an Assemblyman of Chester Co., PA.

5/30/1711, Nicholas erected a water mill on a tract bounded by Concord St., the land of Joseph Edwards, and Mill Creek.

8/10/1711, Nicholas mentioned as assemblyman for Chester Co. in The Statutes at Large of Pennsylvania.

12/13/1713 in Phildelphia, PA, Nicholas married 2nd Ann Webb, widow of John Webb.

1714, Nicholas an Assemblyman of Chester Co., PA.

1715, Nicholas Pyle taxed “for ye mill”.

10/16/1715, Nicholas wrote his will: wife Ann, names 1st wife’s parents, brother Robert, eldest son Nicholas, younger sons Joseph and Samuel, daus. Mary Sharp and Edith, granddaughter Abigail Sharp.

Nicholas named an administrator in the will of Walter Martin, married to Abigail’s sister Jane.

1717, Nicholas died in Concord Twp, PA. (S) Good inventoried.

Family notes:
• The Quaker calendar before 12/31/1751 began on March 25th. Because of this, the dates given, represented as Gregorian Calendar dates are usually off by 3 months.

Children of Nicholas and Abigail:

i. Mary Pyle, born 6/23/1689 in Bethel, Chester Co., PA.
9/4/1713, Mary married Joseph Sharpe.

ii. Abigail Pyle, born 1690-93 in Bethel, Chester Co., PA.
12/30/1747, Abigail married William Sharpless of Concord.

iii. Edith Pyle, born 1/20/1695 in Bethel, Chester Co., PA.
Edith married 1st Thomas Eavenson.
9/4/1715, Edith married Nicholas Newlin.

iv. Nicholas Pyle, born 4/26/1697 in Bethel, Chester Co., PA.
10/7/1721, Nicholas married Sarah Worrolaw.
2/24/1733, Nicholas wrote his will.

v. Samuel Pyle (1228), born 2/21/1700 in Concord, Chester Co., PA.

vi. James Pyle, born 10/2/1703 in Concord, Chester Co., PA.
Died before 10/16/1715.

vii. Joseph Pyle, born 2/5/1706 in Concord, Chester Co., PA.
4/16/1715, Joseph married Sarah Dix.

M: 2452

2452. Simon Hadley & 2453. Katherine Talbot

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1640, Simon born in Somerset, England. (S) Sir Richard Carney, Ulster, 1692 Notebook.

1640, Katherine born in England. [Possibly d/o John Talbot & Mary Fortesque.]

1665-80, Simon came to Ireland from England.

Simon owned fish properties in Dublin and an iron foundary in Kings County.

1680, Symon Hadly submitted a petition to retain a fishery he had built and maintained for 7 or 8 years.

1696, Simon and Katherine joined the Friends MM at Maote, Co. Westmeath, Ireland.

11/26/1697, Simon Hadley the elder was also condemned at this time, for acting “contrary to the truth in giving way to his son.” [Simon Jr had married outside the Friends.]

9/5/1704, “'The friends appointed by last meeting to read the paper to young Hadly and his father and mother against the said Symon …” Simon, Katherine, and Simon Jr all mentioned in minutes of Moate MM.

4/20/1710, Katherine, age 70, died; buried 4 days later at the Maote Granoge, an artificial island in a lake.

9/1710, Simon Hadley Sr. was condemned by the Moate Meeting for seeking another wife.

By 11/1710, Simon remarried in a non-Quaker ceremony.

Bef. 6/7/1711, Simon, age 71, died in West Meath Co., Ireland. On this date Administration of his property was granted to his widow Elizabeth Hadley and to his children, John Hadley, Elizabeth Miller, and Jane Kiernan.

Children of Simon and Katherine:

i. Simon Hadley Jr (1226), born ~1675 in Moate, Co. Westmeath, Ireland.

ii. Elizabeth Hadley, born ? in Ireland.

iii. Jane Hadley, born ? in Ireland.

iv. John Hadley, born ? in Ireland.

M: 2450

2450. Robert Parke & 2451. Margery ?


Robert born in Ireland; s/o §Thomas Parke & §Rebecca Ward.

Family notes:
• The Parke and Lindley families have multiple records in Ireland and Pennsylvania showing close family ties.

Child of Robert and Margery:

i. Eleanor Parke (1225), born 1/2/1684 in Co. Carlow, Ireland.

M: 2448

2448. James Lindley & 2449. Alice Walsmith


11/16/1691, Alice died in Balley Moren, Ireland, d/o §Thomas Walsmith.

5/16/1714, James died in Timsellen, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.

Children of James and Alice:

i. Martha Lindley, born 2/14/1678 in Cronagallagh, Ireland.

ii. James Lindley (1224), born 4/16/1681 in Balinclash, Ireland.

iii. Thomas Lindley, born 1/11/1684 in Balinclash, Ireland.
1743, Thomas died.

iv. Mary Lindley, born 8/16/1687 in Balinclash, Ireland.

v. Isabella Lindley, born 1693 in Cronagallagh, Ireland.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Lord Edmund de Thorpe & Joan Bainard

2955112. Lord Edmund de Thorpe & 2955113. Joan Bainard

8/29/1319, Edmund born in England, s/o 5910224. Lord Robert de Thorpe & 5910225. Beatrice de Hengrave.

~1325, Joan born in England, d/o 5910226. Robert Baynard & 5910226. Lucy atte Ash. (S) Hundred of Launditch and Deanery, V1, Carthew, 1877, P97.

2/1/1327, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

1330, Edmund heir to his father.

1331, Joan’s brother Thomas heir to their father. [Thomas age 26.]

1340, Edmund heir to his older brother John [but John’s wife Joan held property in dower]. (S) Massingham Parua Past and Present, McLeod, 1882.

11/14/1340, IPM of John son of Robert de Thorp, knight. Suffolk: Combes. 2 parts of a moiety of the manor … Horham. 2 parts of the manor held, jointly with Joan his wife, … Hoxne, Wutton, Stradebroke, Welebeye and elsewhere in the county. 20s. of land, tenements and rent, … Edmund de Thorp, his brother, aged 21 years and more at the feast of St. John the Baptist last, is his next heir. Norfolk: Aschewelle Thorp, Fundenale and Wrenyngham. The manors held jointly with Joan his wife, who still survives … (S) CIsPM.

[––Edmund & Joan––]

Bef. 1342, Edmund married Joan.

1343, Edmund held Hengham’s manor [which was held by Robert Baynard of Whetacre in 1331.]

2/9/1344, John de Wylughby, knight, and Joan, his wife, querents, … in the county of Suffolk and a sixth part of the manors of Magna Hautboys and Whetacre, … in the county of Norfolk … Endorsed: Edmund de Thorp' and Joan, his wife, Beatrice, daughter of Edmund de Thorp', and Robert Aylward' put in their claim. (S) Feet of Fines, CP 25/1/287/41, no.335.

1345, Edmund heir to his brother John de Thorp’s properties held in dower. [John’s widow Joan Eshe died.]

6/18/1346, Whereas Edmund de Thorpe, tenant of a moiety of the manor of Combes, held in chief, by his deed manumitted John Adgor, … held of the said Edmund … by the rent of 12s. and doing suit at the court of the said Edmund of Combes every 3 weeks … (S) CPRs.

7/12/1346, King Edward landed an invasion force of 10000 in Normandy, which marched north plundering the countryside. King Philip VI, with 8000 horsemen and 4000 Genoese crossbowmen pursued. Edmund de Thorp served in the retinue of Thomas, earl of Warwick.

7/26/1346 at Caen, capital of Normandy, Edward’s forces captured the city; and Raoul, Count of Eu, Constable of France, and Jean de Tancarville, Grand Chamberlain of France.

8/26/1346, Edmund fought at the Battle of Crecy, north of Paris. Edward III vs. Philip VI, heralded the rise of the longbow as the dominant weapon, and also saw the use of the ribauldequin, an early cannon, by the English. The English longbowmen could fire much more quickly than the Genoese, with a killing range of 250 yards.

9/1346, The English began the year-long siege of the port of Calais. [Ended 8/1347, held by the English until 1558.]

1346-47, Edmund in 3 lands transactions. [Likely to cover his war expenses.] (S) Chancery: IsPM.

1347, Edmund at the siege of Calais. [Calais captured 8/4/1347.]

1348, A suit commenced to determine if Joan was a bastard. Bishop Bateman certified, that she was legitimate, and was sister of Thomas, son of Robert, son of Robert Baynard, who died seized of Colkirk and Gately manors in 1329, and cousin and heir of Robert Baynard, who lived in 1257, and therefore Edmund had those manors of her inheritance.

1349, Edmund settled 100 marks annuity on William de Bergh, rector of Cantley, …

6/22/1351, Licence for Edmund de Thorp, to enfeoff Edmund de Ufford, ‘le frère,’ … of one moiety of the manor of Combes … for them to grant to Robert de Ufford, earl of Suffolk … (S) CPRs.

11/1/1352, 3 Flemish ships driven ashore in Suffolk. Their good, valued at £1300, were taken on the orders of Joan, wife of Edmund de Emgrave [Hengrave – a maternal cousin], lord of the manor, and Edmund de Thorp, in contravention of the king’s peace. (S) Medieval Lowestoft, Butcher, 2016, P182. [Their pretense was that the ships were Scottish.]

3/5/1353, Commission to Robert de Thorp and Henry Grene to make inquisition in the county of Suffolk touching a grievous complaint by merchants of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Berwick on Tweed that … ships … driven ashore … as has been testified by letters patent … shewn before the king and council, Edmund de Eingrave, ‘chivaler,’ Edmund de Thorp and others … claiming the goods and merchandise as wreck … (S) CPRs.

3/30/1353, The inquiry into the 1352 ships incident involving Edmund continued. (S) CCRs.

2/21/1354, “Debtor: Edmund de Thorpe [held fee in Colkirk, Brothercross Hundred, Norfolk], knight. Creditor: William, Bishop of Norwich [Norfolk]. Amount: £20.” (S) UKNA.

1358, Sir Edmund de Thorp, Knt., presented William son of Andrew de Stivekele Magna, to Nelonde St. Peter.

1358, Sir Edmund infeoffed his manors, &c. to raise 100 marks per annum, for 21 years, to pay his debts, and 100l. to each of his daughters, Beatrix and Joan, by the advice of Joan his wife.

10/20/1359, “…  manors of Horham and Wutton [Wotton in Horham] late of Sir Esmond de Thorp', kt and Dame Beatrice his mother, …” (S) UKNA.

1361, Edmund’s mother, holding a third in dower, died.

11/10/1361, Edmund de Thorp appointed Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk.

5/15/1362, Edmund de Thorp died. (S) Lists and Indexes, V9, 1898, P87. [This previously undiscovered record significantly changes the assignment of various records in other genealogies.]

[––Joan––]

10/6/1368, Joan, with King Edward I, attended the wedding of her son Edmund and Margaret de la Rivere. The marriage was performed by Sir Jeffery de Massingham, rector of Ashwellthorp.

1373, Joan, as heir of Thomas, brought a suit [unsuccessfully] against Lord John Willoughby, who had acquired Chatgrave manor.

1393, Joan’s son and heir Edmund died, leaving a male heir.

6/15/1395, Writ of supersedeas omnino in respect of the demand upon Joan who was wife of Edmund de Thorp the father, now deceased it is said, or upon Edmund de Thorp his son and heir (also deceased), being tenants of the lands of the said Edmund, who was with others appointed a guardian of the peace and justice of oyer and terminer in Norffolk, for delivery of any estreats … as that commission was never delivered to the said Edmund. (S) CCRs.

2/1399, Joan died in Colkirk, Norfolk, buried with Edmund.

(S) Visitation of Norfolk. (S) Baronia Anglica Concentrata, V2, Banks, P144. (S) An Ess. Tow’s the Topo. Hist. of the Co. of Norfolk, Parkin, 1808. (S) Collections of a History of Staffordshire, V18, 1897, P181. (S) Hundred of Launditch and Deanery, V1, Carthew, 1877, P96.

Child of Edmund and Joan:

i. Edmund Thorpe (1477556), born ~1343 in England.

ii. Thomas de Thorp, born ? in England.

1358, Bunwell manor, Norfolk, settled by Sir Edmund de Thorp, senior, on Thomas de Thorp, his second son, with remainder to Sir Edmund Thorp, Knt. his eldest son.

1414, Sir Thomas de Thorp ordered Bunwell manor to be sold, or to go with wife Eliz. And Eleanor his daughter.


Sir Hugh de Hastings & Margaret de Everingham

2955110. Sir Hugh de Hastings & 2955111. Margaret de Everingham

~1325, Hugh born in England, s/o 5910220. Hugh de Hastings & 5910221. Margery Foliot.

~1335, Margaret born in England, d/o 5910222. Sir Adam de Everingham & 5910223. Joan D’Eiville.

1347, Hugh heir to his father.

1348, “… Philippa of Hainault, Queen of England; Hugh de Hastyng (Hastings), then steward of the queen; John [Mauduit], son of Roger Mauduit.” (S) UKNA.

1349, 1352, 1361, Hugh presented to the church of Brisley, Norfolk.

Bef. 1355, Hugh married Margaret.

4/12/1356, “1) Sire Hugh de Hastyng. 2) Sire Sayer de Rocheford. Relates to manor of Screyng in Hoiland and mese in Grimeston.” (S) UKNA.

1356, Hugh accompanied John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, on an expedition into Brittany. [Hugh had signed a retainer of services with John, as had his father]. (S) The Gentleman’s Magazine, V61, P102, 1791.

1359, Hugh was with the King when he invaded France.

10/16/1360, Hugh de Hastynges, ‘chivaler,’ going beyond the seas, has latters nominating … (S) CPRs.

11/23/1365, Commission de walliis et fossatis to Hugh de Hastynges, … on the north side of the wate of Ayre, between Selby and Castlefordebrigge, co. York. (S) CPRs.

1366, Hugh in the retinue of the Duke of Lancaster going to Gascony.

10/10/1366, Commission of oyer … on complaint by Hugh de Hastynges that … broke by night his close at Munden, co. Suffolk, fished in his stews, … (S) CPRs.

3/20/1367, Hugh taken prisoner at Vitoria by the Spanish; then ransomed.

1369, Hugh with the Duke of Lancaster on a raid into Picardy and Caus in France.

9/1369, Sir Hugh died at Kalkwell Hill near Calais, France; buried at Friars Preachers, Doncaster.

11/15/1375, Margaret wrote her will.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P301.

Children of Hugh and Margaret: [2 sons, 4 daughters]

i. Alice Hastings (1477555), born ~1355 in England.

ii. John Hastings, born by 1370 in England.
6/24/1380, Elizabeth of Lancaster, d/o Duke of Lancaster, married to 8-year-old John Hastings.

Sir Saier de Rochford & Joan Hillary

2955108.  Sir Saier de Rochford & 2955109. Joan Hillary

~1293, Sayer de Rocheford born in England, s/o 5910216. Ralph de Rocheford & 5910217. Cecilia ?.

7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.

By 1316, Saer’s father died.

5/1316, Sayer petitioned the king for the manor of La Grave.

6/26/1316, To …, escheator … Order not to intermeddle further with the manor of La Grave, taken into the king’s hands upon the death of Theobald de Gayton, … it ought to remain to Saer son and heir of Ralph de Rocheford by virtue of a fine levied between Theobald de Nevill and the said Ralph de Rocheford at Lincoln, in the 12th year of the late king’s reign [1284]. (S) CCRs.

1316, In the hands of the king … Bodelbroc with the hamlets Hampton Curly, Norton Curly, et Wodeford – Johannes Hastanges, Saerus de Rocheford. (S) Feudal Aids, V5, P179.

By 1317, Saier had possession of his lands.

1317, Widow of Edmund [Foliot], brought a writ of dower against Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, and his wife, guardians of the land of the heir [Saier] of Ralph of Rochford etc. [The Earl stated that they had nothing in wardship.]

7/20/1319, Protection to “Saierus de Rocheford … John de Hardeshill … all with Hugh Daudele junior, going to Scotland. (S) Rotuli Scotiae, P485. [Part of the 70-member retinue.]

9/7/1319, King Edward at the siege of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Scotland.

5/6/1320, Commission of oyer and terminer … on complaint by Roger de Swynnerton that Peter de Lymesy … Saerus de Rocheford … with others, entered his manor of Acton, co. Stafford, with the intention of killing him and his servants, broke the houses … (S) CPRs.

11/16/1320, IPM of Theobald de Gayton. Warwick: La Grave. Ralph, father of Sayer de Rocheford, whose heir he is, held 2 parts of the said manor of Theobald … Sayer de Rocheford had sued out a diem clausit extremum … [By 1322  taken into the king’s hand, on account of the rebellion of Sayer de Rocheford]. (S) CIsPM.

[––Saer & Elizabeth––]

By 1320, Sayer married Elizabeth [likely ‘de Limesy’.]

11/1320, Fine: “Grove Park in Budbrooke … Peter de Lymesy, Saer de Rochford and Elizabeth his wife, …  plaintiffs,… (S) Feet of Fines, Warwickshire.

5/1321, Hugh de Audley and Maurice de Berkeley at Newport in Wales, with 800 archers, 10,000 foot soldiers, and 500 light horse soldiers; attacked the De Spencers’ estates and captured tens-of-thousands of pounds in cash, household items, and livestock. [Sayer aligned with Hugh de Audley, see 7/20/1319.]

9/14/1321, Pardon to Saer de Rocheford for anything done against [the Despensers] on testimony of Roger de Mortymer of Wygemore. (S) CPRs.

10/1321, King Edward II took to the field with a large army to oppose the Marcher Lords in revolt in the Despenser War.

3/10/1322, King Edward defeated the forces of Earl Thomas of Lancaster [his cousin, grandson of Henry III] at the river Trent.

3/16/1322, Battle of Boroughbridge in Yorkshire. Thomas, Earl of Lancaster and the Marcher Lords, against King Edward II and the Dispensers. The rebel forces of about 700 knights and men-at-arms, against about 4,000 in in the royal forces. An effective use of longbow against calvary. [Sayer imprisoned at Kenilworth, then Pontefract. Elizabeth, staying in Kenilworth priory, forced by Peter de Montfort of Beaudesert to give him a bond of £6000.]

7/16/1322, Saer de Rocheford, … acknowledge that they owe to Roger de Swynnerton 300 marks. (S) CCRs.

7/30/1322, Saier pardoned for adhering to the Earl of Lancaster by a fine of 200 marks.

6/9/1323, Saer, son and heir of Ralph de Rocheford, acknowledges that he owes to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winches-ter, £2,000. (S) CCRs.

1324, Warwickshire Eyre: “The jurors of the vill of Kenilworth present that Peter de Montfort was bound by a scriptum obligatorium [a written bond] … this scriptum was delivered by Elizabeth, the wife of Serlo de Rocheford.

8/1324, King Edward began the War of Saint-Sardos with his brother-in-law King Charles of France, who had invaded Aquitaine.

1/7/1325, Sayer de Rocheford (of Warwickshire) going to France. (S) CCRs.

1325, Fee of la Hay in the county of Lincoln … Saer de Rocheford holds the manor of Rysom … for the service of one knight’s fee and suit of court, … and it is worth £10 a year. (S) Feudal Aids, V6, P617.

1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.

1327, Sayerus de Rocheford knighted [by Roger Mortimer]. (S) Knighthood of the Bath, Anstis, P12.

5/25/1327, Saier de Rocheford, knight, royal pardon … [many listed] (S) CPRs.

6/4/1327, Letters of attorney for Saer de Rocheford going to Scotland in company of J., bishop of Ely. (S) Rotuli Scotiae, P488.

5/10/1328, Sayer de Rocheford appointed to a royal commission to maintain and develop the fenland walls and ditches  in Skirbeck wapentake. (S) CPRs.

~1329, Joan born in England, d/o 5910218. Sir Roger Hillary & 5910219. Katherine de Sutton. [Joan’s parentage documented through her brother Roger’s IPM in 1403, and a legal case in 1431.]

5/2/1330, Saer de Rocheford puts in his place James de Kyngeston and Richard de Enderby, clerks, to defend the execution of a recognisance for 300 marks made to Roger de Swynarton by him in chancery. (S) CCRs.

1332, The common people of Holland request a remedy for various wrongs done them by Saer de Rocheford, when he was justice in Lincolnshire, complaining, by colour of his office, had them summoned in arms, allegedly to maintain the peace, and extorted money from various people. (S) UKNA.

4/21/1333, Protection to Saier de Rocheford …, going to Scotland with Ebulo Lestrange. (S) Rotuli Scotiae, P491.

5/1333, Siege of Berwick in Scotland.

10/26/1334, Protection to Saier de Rocheford …, going to Scotland with Ebulo Lestrange. (S) Rotuli Scotiae, P491.

11/25/1334, King Edward, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, again invaded Scotland, advancing as far as Roxburgh, where he repaired the castle for his use.

2/1/1335, Letters from the king to Mons Saer de Rocheford, instructions to come to the king with horses and arms in haste, at Roxburgh against the Scots. (S) Dignity of a Peer of the Realm, V4, P438.

6/18/1335, Protection to Saier de Rocheford …, going to Scotland with Ebulo Lestrange. (S) Rotuli Scotiae, P491.

1335, King Edward again into Scotland in support of Edward Balliol. The Scots refused to meet the large force in open battle, and instead ravaged towns throughout Scotland.

9/1335, Thomas, brother of John, son of Ralph de Rocheford, sued Saer, son of Ralph de Rocheford, Chivaler, for a third of the manor of Fenne in the vill of St. Botho, Skirbek, and Toft near Freston, as his purparty of the inheritance of Ralph de Rocheford. [These records document Sayer’s father Ralph as the only son and heir of John and Emma.]

9/28/1336, Protection to Serlo de Rocheford going to Scotland with John de Welughby. (S) Rotuli Scotiae, P504.

1336, Siege of Dunbar castle by William Montagu, earl of Salisbury. [After 5 months the English withdrew.].

12/30/1336, Agreement between Sir Hugh Hastings and Sir Sayer de Rochford regarding marriage between Sir Sayer’s son and heir John and Sir Hugh’s daughter Isabelle. (S) Original, Norfolk Record Office.

6/2/1337, Commission de walliis et fossatis to William de Ros of Hamelak, Saer de Rocheford, … along the coast between Wrangel-havene and the town of Boston in the parts of Holand, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

1338, Saer de Rocheford on 2 different commissions of array for Holland, Lincs.

4/1/1339, Saer went to sea with Admiral William Trussel. (S) CPRs.

5/18/1339, … to supervise keeping of the peace … associated with Saer de Rocheford, Richard de Ros of Tyd, … (S) CPRs.

1339-40, William de Ros of Hamelak, Saer de Rocheford collected wool for the king in the parts of Holand, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

6/12/1340, Saier the escheator of the co. of Lincoln. (S) Hist. and Antiq,s of the Co. and City of York, Royal Gen. Inst., 7/1846, P166.

11/15/1340, Commission to Saier de Rocheford, John de Tilneye, … to make inquisition in the county of Lincloln … death of Gilbert Gosselyn, lately killed at Holbeche … (S) CPRs.

11/3/1341, Saiero de Rocheford summoned to join a royal council in December.

1342, An abbot’s council convened in a case against the abbot of Swineshead concerning marshland in Gosberton [Lincoln]. Sir John de Wilughby Lord of Eresby, Sir John de Kirketon, and Sir Saier de Rochford, knights, … the said abbot’s counsel. (S) Peterborough Abbey, King, 1973, P135.

4/1343, Sayer de Rochford knight of the shire for Lincs. (S) Hist. of Parliament Online.

1343, Sir Sayer de Rochford, knight, joined the Corpus Christi guild of Boston. (S) BL, Harley, MS 4795.

3/22/1344, … the king has appointed Saier de Rocheford to arrest all such persons indicted before hom and his fellows, keepers of the peace and justices of oyer and terminer in the parts of Holand, … (S) CPRs.

8/30/1344, Appointment … to arrest … Saier de Rocheford, sheriff of Lincoln, … (S) CPRs.

10/20/1344, Commission to … certify … names of all persons other than religious men … having 100s., £10., … £1,000. yearly of land and rent, and upwards … Saier de Rocheford, knight } Parts of Holond, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

10/24/1344, … Saier de Rocheford, escheator in the counties of Lincoln and Rutland. (S) CPRs.

10/2/1345, Saier de Rocheford commission to investigate a killing.

1346, Feudal survey: Sayer de Richeford holds ¼ of a knight’s fee in Benyngton, ¼ of a knight’s fee in Toft,

1347, Sayer de Rocheford commission to get 3 men-at-arms and 6 archers and take them to Calais. (S) Hist. of Staffordshire, V18, P106.

7/16/1347, Sayer de Rocheford, of the retinue of Laurence de Hastynges, earl of Pembroke, stays on the king’s service beyond seas in the earl’s company. (S) CFRs.

4/8/1348, Commission of oyer and terminer … Saier de Rocheford, … (S) CPRs.

1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].

Elizabeth died.

[––Saer & Joan––]

By 5/18/1348, Saher de Rocheford, knight, married 2nd Joan, settling property on himself and Joan. (S) Feet of Fines.

1349, A fine levied between Saier and his wife Joan and John Cleymond who conveyed lands to Sir Saier and Joan in tail. (S) Topo. and Gen., Co. of Suffolk, 1844, Augustine.

2/4/1349, “…  Endorsement: Reply of Saier de Rochford, sheriff of Lincs …” (S) UKNA.

5/1349, Sayer was appointed to deal with the theft of a whale worth £1000 that had washed ashore at Leake in Lincolnshire.

10/23/1349-1355, Saier, High Sheriff of Lincolnshire. (S) CFRs.

10/12/1350, Margery late the wife of William de Ros, going on pilgrimage to the city of Rome, has letter nominating … Saier de Rocheford, knight, … (S) CPRs.

5/24/1351, Commitment to Sayer de Rocheford of the wardship of the lands in Heylyng and Great Cotes, co. Lincoln, which Joan late the wife of John de Heylyng held for life. (S) CFRs.

1352, IPM of John, earl of Kent. Riseholme: A knight’s fee held by Saer de Rocheford. (S) CIsPM.

5/1354, Enrolment of release by Saier son and heir of Ralph de Rocheford, knight, to John de Hastang, knight, of all his right and claim in the manor of la Grave … county of Warwick [for £100]. Witnesses : William de Clynton, earl of Huntingdon, Ralph earl of Stafford, Baldwin de Fryvyll, John de Clynton, Walter de Hopton, knights. (S) CCRs.

4/12/1356, “1) Sire Hugh de Hastyng. 2) Sire Sayer de Rocheford. Relates to manor of Screyng in Holand and mese in Grimeston.” (S) UKNA.

7/22/1358, Saier de Rocheford in a council at Westminster.

7/27/1359, Appointment of … and Saier de Rocheford, whom the king has deputed to stay with the said adversary [King John of France who had been captured in 1356] and to bring him from Hertford castle with 22 men-at-arms and 20 archers to Somerton castle, and keep him safely there … (S) CPRs.

10/1359, Saier with King Edward, sailing from Sandwich to Calais with 1,100 ships, invaded France, eventually taking Saint-Florentin and Tonnerre. Edward reached Paris, setting the suburbs on fire, before turning back to Brittany [Edward decided a siege of Paris was not feasible.]

1360, Saier, Keeper of the captured King of France at Somerton Castle, Lincolnshire. [Paid 13 marks over and above their daily wages.]

2/3/1363, Commission de walliis et fossatis to Saier de Rocheford, knight, … (S) CPRs.

1366, Sayer acquired land in Gosberton, Lincolnshire.

12/6/1370, Demise by William, abbot of Osolveston, to Sir Sayer de Rocheford, knight, of lands, rents and services, etc., in Northstoke, for 12 years. (S) Ancient Deeds, V2, 1894, B.2455. (S) UKNA.

8/5/1372, Sayer commissioned as a justice of the peace in Lincolnshire.

~1372, Saer died.

[––Joan––]

1381, Poll tax. Joan’s property assessed with that of her son John in Boston at 10s. (S) Poll Taxes of 1377, 1379 & 1381, Pt2, Fenwick, P18.

1403, Joan died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P696. (S) Hist. and Antiq.s of Boston, Thompson, P319. (S) An Ess. Tow’s a Topo. Hist. of the Co. of Norfolk, Blomefield, 1808, P106. (S) Reports Touching the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm. (S) Rochford of Fenne, V1, Nettleton, 2016.

Children of Saier and Elizabeth:

i. John de Rochefort, born ~1320 in England.

John married Isabel de Hastyngs.

4/18/1336, Indenture between Sir Hugh de Hastyng and Sir Sayer de Rocheford. … the manor of Screyng in Holland …  re-enfeoff John son and heir of Sir Sayer de Rocheford and [Isabel] the daughter of Sir Hugh de Hastynges in the said manor of Screyng, to have and to hold to themselves … if they should be without heirs …. (S) Norfolk Record Office.

10/1350, Grant by John de Rocheford, knight, lord of Arleye [Warwickshire], to Richard Scherewynt and Edith his wife … (S) Harvard Law School, MSS Deeds 201.

10/13/1358, By fine, John de Rocheford, knight, acquired 1 messuage … in Toft by Freston … 20 marks of silver. (S) Feet of Fines.

~1362, John married Beatrice, a widow.

1364, John de Rocheford, knight, joined the Corpus Christi guild.

1366, 1370, Richard de Rocheford, parson of Bennington, acted as an attorney for Sir John de Rochford. [Going overseas.]

1369, Ralph Rocheford, knight, and John Rocheford, knight, in retinue of John of Gaunt.

6/13/1373, John de Rocheford knight and Beatrice his wife” at South Kelsey, Lincs: “Charter of Robert Haunsard … (S) CCRs.

12/7/1380, John de Rocheford, chivaler commission to supervise a subsidy in Holland, Lincs.

3/1388, John de Rocheford, chivaler … Ralph de Rocheford, chivaler … John de Rocheford de Sancto Botho … Henry de Rocheford among the Lincolnshire knights and gentlemen sworn to support the Lords Appellant at the Merciless Parliament. (S) Rotuli Parliamentorum, V3, P400.

ii. Ralph de Rochefort, born ~1325 in England.

1350, Corpus Christi register: “… John de Rocheford, knight. Ralph de Rocheford, knight …”.

1352, Quitclaim. Ralph de Rocheforde son of Saeri de Rocheforde to Thomas de Oxwyk” in Norfolk.

1353-55, By fine, Ralph son of Saier de Rocheford, Knight, and Matilda his wife” [co-heiress of Walpole] acquired property from his father “Saier de Rocheford, Knight, … (S) Feet of Fines, Norfolk.

3/15/1356, Protection to Ralph de Rocheford going to Gascony in the company of the Black Prince in the king’s service. (S) Foedera, V3, Pt1, P323.

1369, Matilda died.

1378, Ralph Rocheford, knight, and John Rocheford, knight, in retinue of John of Gaunt.

1381, Poll tax, Skirbeck wapentake. Villata de Toft. Johannes de Rocheford miles, 13s 4d. Beatrix ux’ eius …

Aft. 7/3/1391, Ralph died, buried in Walpole St Peter’s with Matilda.

ii. Richard de Rochefort, born ~1330 in England.

1366, 1370, Richard de Rocheford, parson of Bennington, acted as an attorney for Sir John de Rochford.

Child of Saier and Joan:

i. John de Rochefort (1477554), born ~1355 in England.


Lord Richard de Roos & Matilda ?

2955106. Lord Richard de Roos & 2955107. Matilda ?

~1315, Richard born in Tydd, England, s/o §§Sir John de Roos de Tydd.

1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.

9/10/1336, Commission to Richard de Ros of Tydde and … to make inquisitions in the county of Lincoln touching the murder of John Munk of Lek … (S) CPRs.

10/8/1337, Commission to Sayer de Rocheford and Richard de Ros of Tyd St. Mary in Holand, co. Lincoln to collect money in cities, boroughs, and towns … (S) CFRs.

7/6/1338, Commission … to array the men of the county for defence against invasions, to watch the coast, and to keep the peace … Richard de Ros of Tyd … parts of Holand, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

5/18/1339, … to supervise keeping of the peace … associated with Saer de Rocheford, Richard de Ros of Tyd, … (S) CPRs.

10/28/1343, Richard de Ros of Tyd on a commission of peace in Holand, co. Lincoln, and to hear and determine trespasses there. (S) CPRs.

7/20/1344, Commission of peace … Richard de Roos of Tydde … parts of Holand, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

8/10/1344, To Saier de Rocheford, Richard de Ros of Tid and Thomas de Multon of Kirketon. Order to supersede the execution of their commission … (S) CCRs.

7/16/1347, Commission to collect aid in making the king’s son a knight, John de Flete is appointed to act with the sheriff of Lincoln, James de Roos and Richard de Roos, in the room of Sayer de Rocheford. (S) CFRs.

1351, Richard succeeded his grandfather.

1351, Richard de Roos, collector of the aid to knight the king’s son, Tydd. (S) Lists of Indexes, V11, 1900, Publ. Recd. Office.

6/1364, Richard de Roos, of Ringburgh, and Matilda his wife, let to farm … for life, that messuage which … held. (S) Hist. and Antiq.s of the Seigniory of Holderness, Poulson, 1841, P32.

Richard died.

[––Matilda––]

4/20/1372, Lease by Roger de Mere, Robert de Bernak and Thomas de le Laund to Matilda late the wife of Richard son of John de Roos de Tyd [Tydd], knight, of all lands and tenements, rent and services which they have of Richard son of John in Alesby and Kelyngholm [Aylesby and Killingholme, Lincs], for her life term, and after her death to John son of Richard de Roos.

(S) 1378, Charter of daughter Grace.

Child of Richard and Matilda:

i. Grace Roos (1477553), born ~1350 in England.

ii. John de Roos, born ? in England.


Collector Frederick de Tylney & Margery Lyne

2955104. Collector Frederick de Tylney & 2955105. Margery Lyne

~1325, Frederick de Tylnay born in Boston, Lincolnshire, England, s/o §John Tilney.

~1325, Margery born on England.

~1343, Frederick married Margery.

1349, Frederick de Tilney, of Boston, merchant, a member of the Corpus Christi Guild.

7/30/1351, Whereas the merchants of the Hanse of Almain dwelling in Flanders, forgetting the kindnesses, benefits and liberties granted to them by the king, have unjustly and in contravention of the liberties and privileges granted to the merchants of England in Flanders … has appointed Richard de Saltby, William de Spaigne and Frederick de Tilneye to find by inquisition in the county of Lincoln in whose hands and where the said goods are, and by whom the said debts are owed … (S) CFRs.

7/30/1353, Commission to William Malewayn and Frederick de Tilneye; in the port of Boston and all places thence to Grymesby on the one side, and there, and Maidenhouse on the other side, and there, to collect great and petty customs. (S) CFRs.

1/29/1354, Commission to Ralph de Derby to take the place of Frederick de Tilneye in the late commissions. (S) CFRs.

1/22/1359, … election of William de Spayne and Frederick de Tylneye as collectors in the town and port of Boston. (S) CPRs.

7/1360, William de Spayne and Frederick de Tylneye delivered £240 into the exchequer.

8/1360, William de Spayne and Frederick de Tylneye requested to purvey 4,000 stokfissh, called 'winterfissh' to Southampton for the royal household.

2/18/1363, Frederick appointed collector of customs in Boston and places along the coast between Grimsby, Lincolnshire and Blakeney, Norfolk. (S) CFRs.

11/20/1363, Commission de walliis et fossatis … Frederick de Tilneye, … in the wapentake of Skirbok in the parts of Holland, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

1364, Frederick de Tilney, of Boston, merchant, a member of the Corpus Christi Guild.

10/22/1365, “Associated Ports. Port: Boston, & all ports from Grimsby to Blakeney inclusive Particulars of account of T. Aubreye & F.de Tilney, collectors of Customs & Subsidy on imports & exports, and of additional Customs on cloth exported.” (S) CFRs.

11/4/1366, Thomas Aubrey and Frederick de Tilneye, collectors of customs and subsidies in the port of Boston. (S) CCRs.

1369, Frederic de Tilney the first mayor of the new Staple of Boston [moved from Lincoln.]

2/3/1370, Frederick de Tylnay of Sc’o Bot’ho, querent … land in Skyrbek’ … for 20 marks silver. (S) Feet of Fines, Lincolnshire.

1/27/1371, Ralph de Rocheford, knight, Frederick de Tylnay, … querents, … manor of Hippetofthall … Toft in Holland. (S) Feet of Fines, Lincolnshire.

3/28/1371, Frederick de Tylneye and John Hodein parts of Holand, co. Lincoln to a subsidy. (S) CFRs.

4/11/1372, Frederick de Tylnay, querent … 4 acres of land in Skyrbek’ … for 10 marks silver. (S) Feet of Fines, Lincolnshire.

10/22/1372, Frederick de Tylneye and William de Spaigne were again appointed as collectors of customs and duties on wool, hides and cloth in the ports near Boston. (S) CFRs.

12/4/1374, Commission de walliis et fossatis … to William de Huntyngfeld, ‘chivlar,’ … Frederick Tilney, … (S) CPRs.

1/28/1376, Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Thorp, … Frederick de Tylneye … (S) CPRs.

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.

3/4/1377, Commission de walliis et fossatis … Frederick de Tilneye, … in the parts of Holland, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

3/5/1377, Commission of the peace … Frederick de Tilney, … co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

1377-9, “Port: Boston Particulars of accounts by F. de Tylney & W. de Spaigne, collectors of Customs & Subsidy on wools, &c., and of poundage.” (S) UKNA.

6/22/1377, Frederick de Tylney and William de Spaigne ; in the port of Boston and all places on the one side as far as Grymesby, and on the other side as far as Wysebich, to collect customs of for alien merchants … (S) CFRs.

10/13/1377, … archdeacon of Lincoln, Frederick de Tilnay of Sc’o Bot’ho, … querents … in Leek and Leuerton. (S) Feet of Fines, Lincolnshire.

11/1377, Frederic appointed Deputy Butler of Boston.

1378, Frederick and son Philip in a property record.

By 1379, Frederick died.

[––Margery––]

1379, Dame Margery de Tilney, of Boston, a member of the Corpus Christi Guild.

10/13/1389, Margery de Tylney, …, querents, and Philip de Tylney, knight, and Grace, his wife, deforciants. The manor of Ryngburgh' in the county of York and 1 messuage, 9 bovates of land and 66 shillings of rent in Kyllyngholme and Alesby in the county of Lincoln … for 200 marks silver. (S) Feet of Fines.

10/13/1391, James de Roos, knight, Margery Tilney, …, querents, and Philip de Tilney, knight, and Grace, his wife, deforciants. The manor of Loueden' in Tydde of the Blessed Mary. Warranty by Philip and Grace for themselves and the heirs of Grace … for £100 sterling. (S) Feet of Fines.

1393, Margery, late the wife of Frederic de Tylneye had licence for the alienation in mortmain of property in Boston to the alderman and brethren of the fraternity of St. Mary, Boston. [Formed the previous year by her son Philip.]

4/4/1394, Margery named an executor in her son Philip’s will.

2/1398, Margaret de Tylney, relict of Frederic de Tylney, of Boston and Grace de Tylney (daughter-in-law), noble woman, relict of Philip Tylney, of Boston had papal indults to choose a confessor.

By 1415, Margery died. (Will of Margaret Skipwith [granddaughter], widow of Robert, Constable of Flamborough.)

(S) The Hist. & Antiq’s of Boston, Thompson, 1856, P374.

Family notes:

·         1333, John Tilney occurs in the subsidy rolls for Boston.

·         1342, John Tilney a collector of wool in Lincolnshire.

Children of Frederick and Margery:

i. Philip Tilney (1477552), born ~1345 in England.

ii. Alice de Tilney, born ? in England.

Alice married John Skipwith.


Earl John de Vere & Countess Maud de Badlesmere

2955094. Earl John de Vere & 2955095. Countess Maud de Badlesmere

1308, Maud born in England, d/o 5909950. Bartholomew de Badlesmere & 5909951. Margaret de Clare.

3/12/1311, John de Veer born in England, heir & s/o 5910188. Sir Alphonse de Vere & 5910189. Joan Foliot.

[––Maud & Robert––]

Maud 1st married Robert Fitz Payn.

Bef. 12/10/1322, Robert died.

[––Maud––]

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

10/19/1329, Order not to intermeddle further with the lands of Thomas de Veer, … Thomas at his death held no lands in chief of the king … John son of Alfonso de Veer is his next heir and is aged 17 years. (S) CCRs.

3/15/1330, Licence for Robert de Veer, earl of Oxford, to enfeoff … if he die without issue, to John de Veer. (S) CPRs.

11/15/1330, Confirmation of a demise by Thomas de Weston to John son and heir of Alfonsus de Veer, tenant in chief, of the custody of the lands of his said father … (S) CPRs.

4/17/1331, John heir to his uncle, Robert de Vere, 6th Earl of Oxford.

1331, “John de Veer, Earl of Oxford, states that King Henry II granted to his ancestor, that he and his heirs would always be the chief Chamberlains of the kings of England, which office they held, …, until Henry III removed Robert de Veer, the present earl's grandfather, from the post without award or judgment. Robert de Veer, his son and heir, sued … and in the last parliament, … a writ was sent … to search the remembrances … but this writ was not returned or sued, because of the death of Robert. The new earl now requests that the king and his council consider the charters and muniments which he has for this office, and ordain that a remedy be given him.” (S) UKNA.

3/25/1332, Order to permit John de Veer, earl of Oxford, who is going on pilgrimage to Santiago by the king's licence, to cross from the port of Dover with the men of his household and his horses and equipment. (S) CCRs.

3/1/1334, The market at Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, held by John de Veer, earl of Oxford. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516.

[––John & Maud––]

1335-36, John married Maud.

3/27/1336, Licence for John de Veer, earl of Oxford, to enfeoff … to regrant these to him, Matilda his wife and his heirs. (S) CPRs.

1338, Maud age 30, coheir to her brother Giles, 2nd Lord Badlesmere. Giles de Badelesmere, knight: Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Northamptonshire, Suffolk, Rutland, Hertfordshire, Sussex, Kent, Wiltshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Oxfordshire, Cork. Includes assignment of dower to Elizabeth widow of Giles, and partition of the estates between the 4 co-heirs - Margery, wife of William de Roos of Helmsley, Maud, wife of John de Vere, earl of Oxford, Elizabeth, wife of William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, and Margaret, wife of John de Tiptoft. (S) The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire, Chauncy, 1826, P174.

7/7/1338, Appointment of … commissioners … to array the men of the counties … to repel invasions of the French … Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, John de Veer, earl of Oxford, … Essex, Hertford, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedford, Buckingham, Middlesex. (S) CPRs.

6/22/1340, … part of a sum due for his wages in the king’s service beyond the seas, … John de Veer, earl of Oxford, £300 in the county of Nottingham. (S) CPRs.

7/20/1340, Notification to all concerned that John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Matilda his wife are quit of all manner of debts, accounts, … (S) CPRs.

1341, John attended the king on a trip to Flanders.

7/28/1341, Order to cause William de Ros and Margery his wife, eldest sister and co-heir of Giles de Badlesmere … which belonged to Giles and which Elizabeth holds in dower, … and which ought at her death to revert to Margery, Matilda, the second sister of Giles, whom John de Veer, earl of Oxford, married, Elizabeth, the third sister, whom William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, married, and Margaret the 4th sister of Giles, whom John Tibetot married, and with the assent of the said earls … (S) CCRs.

1342, John at the great feast and jousting in London of King Edward III.

5/15/1343, John de Verdon, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Queen Philippa £100. (S) CCRs.

6/6/1344, John, earl of Oxford, arrived in Bayonne under the earl of Derby. From there they captured the town of Bergerac. After multiple other encounters, John was captured at night near the town of Perigord. Within a week John was part of a prisoner exchange that included two French viscounts.

11/20/1344, John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Matilda his wife, staying in England, have letters … as their attorney in Ireland. (S) CPRs.

7/12/1346, King Edward landed an invasion force of 10000 in Normandy, which marched north plundering the countryside. King Philip VI, with 8000 horsemen and 4000 Genoese crossbowmen pursued.

7/26/1346 at Caen, capital of Normandy, Edward’s forces captured the city; and Raoul, Count of Eu, Constable of France, and Jean de Tancarville, Grand Chamberlain of France.

8/26/1346, John a commander of the 1st division at the battle of Crecy, north of Paris. Edward III vs. Philip VI, heralded the rise of the longbow as the dominant weapon, and also saw the use of the ribauldequin, an early cannon, by the English. The English longbowmen could fire much more quickly than the Genoese, with a killing range of 250 yards.

9/1346, The English began the year-long siege of the port of Calais. [Ended 8/1347, held by the English until 1558.]

Aft. 5/17/1347, John at the siege of Calais with 131 men in his contingent. (S) English Historical Doc’s 1327-1485, Myers, 1996, P497.

12/4/1347, Order to John de Coggeshale, escheator of Essex, to make partition of the manor of Thaxstede, co. Essex, into 4 equal parts, and to deliver to Margery (1249375) late the wife of William de Roos, eldest sister and heir of Giles de Badlesmere, tenant in chief, John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Maud (2955095) his wife, 2nd sister and heir, and William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, and Elizabeth (2954975) his wife, 3rd sister and heir', their pourparties thereof, retaining in the king's hand the pourparty of John son of John Tibetot until further order [John son of Margaret (15210573), 4th sister.] (S) CFRs.

4/8/1348, John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Matilda his wife, staying in England, have letters … as their attorney in Ireland. (S) CPRs.

1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].

6/10/1350, Licence for John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Maud his wife, to grant to Thomas son of John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Maud daughter of Ralph de Ufford … manor of Chesham … (S) CPRs.

8/20/1351, Order to the chancellor of Ireland to make a partition into 4 parts of the lands, knights' fees, advowsons of churches, and reversions late of Giles de Badelesmere, who held in chief, in Ireland, … [see 12/4/1347]. (S) CFRs.

10/18/1352, Order to supersede until the quinzaine of Easter next the distraints made upon Thomas Darundell and Margery his wife, eldest sister of Giles de Badelesmere, tenant in chief, John de Veer, earl of Oxford and Maud his wife, second sister, William de Bohun earl of Northampton and Elizabeth his wife, third sister, and John de Tibetot who married Margaret, 4th sister of Giles for their reliefs for the purparties which fall to those heirs of the lands which belonged to Giles. (S) CCRs.

9/9/1355, King Edward and Henry, duke of Lancaster, sail for Bordeaux in Normandy from Plymouth, with the Black Prince who had been appointed lieutenant in Gascony; to oppose raids by the count of Armagnac. (S) Anatomy of a Chevauchee, Madden, 2014, P429.

11/2/1355, King Edward III landing in Calais, proceeds on raids into Pas de Calais, Artois and Picady.

1356, John with Prince Edward commanded the 2nd division during a raid through Languedoc.

9/19/1356, John in command of the archers of the 1st division at the battle of Poitiers, France. Edward, the Black Prince, defeated a larger French and allied army led by King John II of France, leading to the capture of the French king, his son, and much of the French nobility. [Froissart lists John 2nd when naming the “most renowned knights” with the prince of Wales.]

5/1/1358, Whereas Roger de Stoneham … to enfeoff John de Veer, earl of Oxford, Maud his wife, … (S) CPRs.

1/24/1359, John, 7th Earl of Oxford, hereditary 8th Master Chamberlain of England, died at the siege of Rheims, France; buried at Colne priory, Essex.

[––Maud––]

1/28/1360, IPM of John de Veer, earl of Oxford. Leicester: Wykyngestone. The manor held jointly with Maud his wife, who survives … He died on 23 January, 33 Edward III. Thomas de Veer, knight, his son, aged 23 years and more, is his heir. Hereford: Leonhales. The castle and manor … of the inheritance of Maud … Dorset: … Worthe. The manor held for the life of the same Maud by way of dower by the assignment of Robert, son of Robert Fitzpayn, sometime her husband … Buckingham: Chesham. The manor, which the earl conveyed by charter dated 10 June, 24 Edward III, to Thomas his son and Maud, daughter of Ralph de Ufford … Kent: Baddelesmere. The manor held jointly … (S) CIsPM.

6/13/1359, IPM of Elizabeth, late the wife of Hugh Le Despenser (s/o 2954874), formerly wife of Giles De Badelesmere. … Sussex: Laghton. The manor … belong to Maud [de Veer] (2955095), …  (S) CIsPM.

7/13/1360, Licence for Maud late the wife of John de Veer, earl of Oxford, to grant for life to Aubrey de Veer the bailiwick of the forestership of the king’s forest of Haveryng, co. Essex, held in chief. (S) CPRs.

2/10/1361, Order to deliver in dower to Maud who was wife of John de Veer earl of Oxford … (S) CCRs.

11/20/1361, … John de Sutton, knight, … acquiring in fee from John de Veer, late earl of Oxford, … Licence for them to grant the manors to Maud de Veer, countess of Oxford, for life, with remainders to Aubrey de Veer, in tail male, … (S) CPRs.

5/24/1366, Maud died; buried at Earls Colne, Essex.

5/30/1366, IPM of Maud late the wife of John de Veer, earl of Oxford. Essex: Bumstede Helion. The manor, … She died on 23 May last. Thomas de Veer, her son, aged 26 years and more, is heir of the aforesaid John and Maud. ... Earl’s Coln. The manor, held for life by way of dower by endowment of John de Veer, her husband. … Cambridge: Saxston. The manor, … with remainder to Aubrey de Veer and the heirs male of his body, and remainder over to the right heirs of John de Veer, late earl of Oxford. The manor therefore falls to the said Aubrey. … Buckingham: … Calverton. The manor … By virtue of this grant the manor falls to Aubrey de Veer. … (S) CIsPM.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P857. (S) CPRs. (S) Chronicles of England, France, Spain, … Froissart.

Children of John and Maud: [4 sons, 3 daughters]

i. Thomas de Vere, born 1337 in England.

1350, Eldest brother John died leaving his brother Robert as heir.

Thomas married Maud de Ufford, d/o Ralph de Ufford & Maud of Lancaster.

Bef. 1359, Thomas’ brother Robert died.

1359, Thomas succeeded his father.

1371, Thomas died.

Child: Robert de Vere, born 1362 in England. Robert married Philippa, d/o Ingelram de Coucy & Isabel, d/o King Edward III. 1388, Robert sent into exile. 1392, Robert, 9th Earl of Oxford, Duke of Ireland, died, his uncle Aubrey his heir.

ii. Aubrey de Veer (3802824), born 1339 in England.

iii. Margaret de Vere (1477547), born ~1340 in England.


Baron John de Segrave & Countess Margaret Plantagenet

2955082. Baron John de Segrave & 2955083. Countess Margaret Plantagenet

1315, John de Seagrave born in England, s/o 5910164. Stephen de Seagrave & 5910165. Alice de Arundel.

~1319, Margaret born in England, d/o 5910166. Thomas of Brotherton & 5910167. Alice Hayles.

1325, John’s father died, followed by the death of his paternal grandfather the same year.

10/4/1325, IPM of John de Segrave, the elder. Oxford: Henton … Buckingham: La Penne. The manor … Northampton: Chaucumbe. The manor … John son of Stephen de Segrave, his kinsman, aged 9 and more, is his next heir. Salop: Stottesdon. The manor … Stephen de Segrave, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. Huntingdon: … Nottingham: … Derby: … [many properties in varous counties] (S) CIsPM.

12/12/1325, IPM of Stephen de Segrave. Surrey: Suthewerk. Six cottages and a garden … held jointly with Alesia his wife … John his son, aged 10, is his next heir. … Ashebourne, … which Henry de Segrave sometime held for life of the inheritance of the said John, held jointly with Alesia his wife, who survives, by the gift of John de Segrave, the elder … Leicester: Segrave. The manor … (S) CIsPM.

1326, “Christiana de Segrave [grandmother], widow of John de Segrave … requests that a writ be sent to the justices of the Bench to proceed in the process so that she is not delayed in her dower, as she brought a writ of dower against Alice de Segrave [mother] to vouch to warranty, but John son of Stephen is a minor and his lands and body are in the king's hand.” (S) UKNA.

1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.

Bef. 3/3/1327, John heir to his uncle John, younger brother of his father. (S) CPRs.

3/3/1327, Grant to Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, the king’s uncle, for service to queen Isabella, and his expenses in the king’s company … of the custody, during minority, of the lands late of Stephen de Segrave and John de Segrave, tenants in chief, in the king’s hands by reason of the minority of John, son and heir of Stephen, and kinsman and heir of John, with the marriage of the heir. (S) CPRs.

1327-30, “Alice, widow of Stephen de Segrave, … As John's mother, she claims this wardship, and requests delivery of the lands.” (S) UKNA.

3/26/1335, “Whereas John Criel has quitclaimed to John de Segrave the manor of Croxtone Criel and the advowson of Croxton Abbey …” (S) UKNA.

[––John & Margaret––]

~1335, John, Baron Seagrave, married Margaret. [Which she will later claim was before her age of consent.]

1336, Simon de Drayton quitclaimed part of the manor of Barton to John. (S) Barton Seagrave, A Hist. of the Co. of Northampton: V3, 1930.

1337, “Petitioners: Thomas of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk; William de Bohun; John de Segrave; Robert de Scales; John de Beauchamp of Somerset; Gilbert Pecche; … Claim by the petitioners that they hold their manors in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire by knight service.” (S) UKNA.

7/1338, Roger Foucher in the retinue of Sir John de Segrave in parts beyond seas. (S) Proof of age of daughter Elizabeth.

7/1338, John with King Edward attacking Flanders, which was economically tied to England through the wool market.

8/4/1338, Margaret’s father died.

8/29/1338, IPM of Thomas Earl Marshall. London: Parish of St. Mary Somersete. A ruinous messuage with a void plot of land, wherein no one dares to dwell, nine shops, and 8 solars … Margaret the wife of John de Segrave and Alice the wife of Edward de Monte Acuto are his next heirs. (S) CIsPM.

10/1338, John returned home with the King’s licence. (S) Proof of age of daughter Elizabeth. [John le Palmere, aged 45 years, and John Colle, aged 49 years, say that about the day of St. Matthew before the said Elizabeth’s birth Thomas, earl marshal, died, and on account of his death John de Segrave came into England from parts beyond the seas by the king’s licence because of claim to the said earl’s lands in right of Margaret his wife.]

12/15/1338, “John de Segrave … has appointed Simon to take seisin in the names of John and his wife of the manors which she inherited after the death of Sir Thomas of Brothertone, late earl of Norfolk and marshal.” (S) UKNA.

3/12/1339, IPM of Thomas Earl of Norfolk and Marshall of England. Writ to the escheator to deliver to John de Segrave and Margaret his wife, the elder of the daughters and heirs of the said earl, certain knights’ fees (specified) which the king has assigned to them with the assent of Edward de Monte Acuto, and Alice his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of the said earl, viz. in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Hertford, Cambridge, Northampton, Leicester and Essex. …Writ to the same to deliver to the aforesaid Edward de Monte Acuto and Alice his wife certain knights’ fees, &c. in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Hertford, Bedford and Essex … (S) CIsPM. [“Memorandum that these partitions were made in the chancery by the heirs and parceners by common consent.”]

7/10/1340, Commission to John de Segrave, Nicholas de Cantilupo, … to make inquisition in the county of Leicester, touching trespasses … (S) CPRs.

6/10/1342, Commission of oyer … on cimplaint by John de Segrave, knight, … broke his park at Bretteby, co. Derby, … (S) CPRs.

8/20/1342, … Thomas, earl of Norfolk, … confirmation thereof to John de Segrave and Margaret his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of the earl, … (S) CPRs.

1344, John held the manor of Barton in demesne.

5/20/1345, Order to supersede the demand made upon John de Segrave for £42 … as the king has pardoned him those sums of his special favour. (S) CCRs.

1346, John Segrave, James Beler and John Zouche, on the aid then granted to the king for knighting Edward, his eldest son, were assessed at 20s. for half a knight's fee in Oleby and Sixteneby, of the fee of Huntingdon. (S) Nichols’ History, Part II, P284.

9/1346, The English began the year-long siege of the port of Calais. [Ended 8/1347, held by the English until 1558.]

1347, “John de Segrave” to send 10 men-at-arms and 20 archers to the king at the siege of Calais. (S) Crecy and Calais, Wrottesley.

11/8/1347, Licence for John de Segrave and Margaret, his wife, to demise … the manor of Suthfeld, … (S) CPRs.

1/1348, “John de Segrave (Seagrave); Margaret de Segrave (Seagrave), wife of John de Segrave and daughter and co-heir of Thomas be Brotherton, earl of Norfolk; Edward de Mountagu (Montagu); Alice de Mountagu (Montagu), wife of Edward de Montagu and daughter and co-heir of Thomas de Brotherton, earl of Norfolk … the manor of Hamstead Marshal …” (S) UKNA.

2/6/1348, John granted his cook, William Bray, 40s. yearly for life. (S) CPRs.

5/22/1348, Whereas John de Segrave and Margaret, his wife, are impeached on the ground that the king’s deer of the forest of Roteland, entering their park of Coldoverton, co. Leicester, cannot get out again … has pardoned John and Margaret their trespass herein … (S) CPRs.

1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].

8/6/1349, Licence, for a fine of £400 made by John de Moubray, for him to grant for life to Blanche, his daughter, land and rent … manors of Neusum and Thresk, co. York, and to John, his son, and Elizabeth daughter of John de Seagrave the like in manor of Melton Moubray, co. Leicester, and Hovyngham, co. York … (S) CPRs.

8/10/1349, Whereas John de Segrave has granted to John de Moubray an annual rent of £300 from his lands in Leicestershire, and another of £200 from his lands in Huntingdonshire, and one of £100 from his lands in Warwickshire, by 3 charters, John de Moubray has granted that if John de Segrave enfeoffs John son of John de Moubray and Elizabeth his wife of £100 of land and rent for Elizabeth's life, and the same to them for their joint lives, the charters granting the rents of £600 a year will be void. Witnesses: Henry earl of Lancaster, Derby and Leicester, steward of England, Thomas Spigurnel, Edmund de Ufford, knights. (S) UKNA.

11/8/1349, Order to pay to Mary [2nd wife] late the wife of Thomas earl of Norfolk and marshal of England … with the assent of John de Segrave and of Margaret his wife, the earl's eldest daughter and heir, and of Edward de Monte Acuto and Alice his wife, the earl's second daughter and heir, … (S) CCRs.

1/22/1350, John de Segrave and Margaret, his wife, staying in England, have letters nominating … (S) CPRs.

6/1350, A matrimonial suit between John and Margaret, in which she alleged that she had been contracted to him before she was of marriageable age.

2/26/1351, Pardon to John de Segrave and Margaret, his wife, of their outlawry in the county of Essex for non-appearance before … (S) CPRs.

3/1351, The suit between John and Margaret went to trial.

8/1351, An inquisition at Dover Castle: The lady of Segrave [Margaret] crossed the channel contrary to the king’s prohibition … in a barge of William le Denum called ‘le Faucoun’. … Margaret was supposed to be accompanied by a servant of Sir Walter de Mauny, who had broke his foot and could not attend.

12/2/1351, Protection with clause volumus, for two years, for John de Segrave, ‘chivaler.’ (S) CPRs.

4/1/1353, John died. [Likely overseas.]

[––Margaret––]

4/3/1353, Order to escheators in the counties of Warwick and Leicester, [17 counties] … to take into the king’s hands late of John de Segrave. (S) CFRs. [To the same escheators; touching the lands which held as well as of the inheritance of Margaret, his wife.]

6/29/1353, Commitment … of the wardship of the lands … which belonged to John de Segrave, who held in chief, as well those of his own inheritance as those of the inheritance of Margaret, late his wife … (S) CFRs.

9/24/1353, Order to escheator of Warwick … John de Segrave held … that Elizabeth his daughter, whom John son of John de Moubray has taken to wife, is his next heir and of full age,—to deliver the manors to John son of John and Elizabeth, as the king has taken the fealty of the former; saving to Margaret late the wife of the said John de Segrave her reasonable dower. (S) CFRs.

10/2/1353, Presentation … to the church of Forneset, … Norwich, … king’s gift … by reason of the lands of Margaret late the wife of John de Segrave being in his hands for certain causes. (S) CPRs.

[––Walter & Margaret––]

1353-54, Margaret married 2nd, Sir Walter de Mauny, Knight of the Garter. [Who was likely the cause of the matrimonial problems.]

7/26/1354, Commission to … king’s serjeants at arms, to go to Margaret wife of Walter de Mauny and lead her as quietly and honourably as they can to the king’s castle of Somerton as for certain causes the king wills that she shall stay there for some time, and to deliver her to the constable thereof. (S) CPRs.

2/26/1355, Presentation … king’s gift … of John de Segrave, deceased, and Margaret, his  wife, … have been taken into the king’s hands. (S) CPRs.

12/3/1355, Pardon to Walter de Mauny and Margaret, his wife, the king’s kinswoman, late the wife of John de Segrave, … in crossing to foreign parts against his prohibition, … also to the said Walter and Margaret for intermarrying  without the king’s licence. (S) CPRs.

3/1/1358, Order to deliver to Walter de Mauny and Margaret his wife, late the wife of John de Segrave, the following advowsons … (S) CCRs. [Similar orders to other escheators.]

3/26/1371, On the petition of the king’s son, John de Hastynges, earl of Pembroke, showing that Walter, lord of Mauny, and Margaret, his wife, … town of Ros, co. Wexford, of the inheritance of Margaret, and Mary de Sancto Paulo, countess of Pembroke, … as forfeit because neither Walter, Margaret, the countess or the earl came in person or sent men to Ireland … for the defence of that land, … (S) CPRs.

11/1371, Walter wrote his will: Bequests to his sister and 2 illegitimate daughters, all nuns. The estate left to his “dear wife” and his “daughter of Pembroke.” Margaret received the gold girdle he wore as a Knight of the Garter, and 15,000 gold florins.

1/1372, Walter died.

[––Margaret––]

4/4/1372, Order to deliver to Margaret wife of Walter de Mauny knight the manor of Stottesdon … the said Walter at his death held the said manor in right of the said Margaret; and by another inquisition taken after the death of John de Segrave her first husband it is found that by fine levied in the king's court with his licence the said John and Margaret jointly held the same … (S) CCRs. [Similar orders to other escheators in various counties.]

1375, Margaret ‘Marshall’ an heiress of her niece Joan Montagu, wife of William d’Ufford, earl of Suffolk. [The name “Marshall’ had been in abeyance since the death in 1361 of Edward Montagu.]

1375, On the death of John de Hastings, Margaret and her daughter Anne granted the wardship of her grandson.

1/1376, Margaret granted wardship with her daughter of her grandson John de Mowbray. [Daughter Elizabeth died the same month.]

1376, Margaret’s daughter Anne made an indenture with her by which Margaret leased for 8 years all of Anne’s castles, lordships, lands … for the rent of a rose at Midsummer.

1377, Margaret an heiress of the dowager Countess of Pembroke, Mary de St. Pol.

1377, Margaret 1st used the title of Countess of Norfolk.

1378, Margaret sold the marriage of her grandson John de Moubray to John of Gaunt.

9/29/1396, Margaret created Duchess of Norfolk. [The same day as her grandson Thomas created Duke of Norfolk.]

1399, Margaret died [her heir her grandson Thomas de Mowbray, who died the same hear.]

(S) The Ties that Bind, Biggs, 2011, P129.

Family notes:

·         Margaret’s surviving account roll indicates she had an annual income of £3000.

Child of John and Margaret:

i. John de Segrave, born ? in England.

John married to Blanche ?.

By 4/1353, John died before his father. (S) CCRs, 9/24/1353.

i. Elizabeth Seagrave (1477541), born 10/25/1338 in Lincolnshire, England.

Child of Walter and Margaret:

ii. Anne de Mauny, born ? in England.

1368, Anne married John de Hastings, earl of Pembroke.

1375, John de Hastings died.

1384, Anne died.


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