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Monday, July 26, 2010

Sir William le English & Margaret le Brun

2954966.  Sir William le English & 2954967. Margaret le Brun

1305, William Lengleis born in Huntingdonshire, England, s/o 5909932. William Lengleis & 5909933. Isabel ?.

~1325, Margaret born in England.

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

9/5/1334, William’s father died.

9/12/1334, IPM of William Lengleis. Cambridge: Hokyton. … William Lengleis, knight, his son, aged 30 years and more, is his next heir. … Huntingdon: … Cambridge: … York: … Cumberland: … successive remainders to Juliana, daughter of the said William Lengleys, to Agnes, sister of the said Juliana, to Thomas, son of John Lengleys, … He died on 5 September, 18 Edward III. Heir as above, aged 29 years. (S) CIsPM.

10/21/1343, Order to William Lenglissh, escheator in the liberty of Holdernesse, co. York, … (S) CFRs.

11/26/1343, William Lengleis, keeper of the manor of Brustwyk in Holdernesse … to cause another mill and another house for such oven to be built without delay … (S) CCRs. [The existing mill and oven was not consider safe to use.]

12/12/1344, Commission to William son of William Lengleis and Ralph de Restwold, executors of the will of William Lengleis, to value and sell at the greatest possible price, …, the 3 ships called La Blome, La Galie, and La Seinte Mariecogg of Hull, with the entire tackling of 2 ships late of William de la Pole, which the king caused to be taken into hiss hand by the said William Lengleis … wMch also are in the said executor's keeping in the port of Kyngeston upon Hull. (S) CFRs.

1336, “William le English. … The petitioner asks that Edmund and Margery be ordered to acknowledge (by the service of a clove) the king's grant of the reversion of the manor of Little Strickland to him.” (S) UKNA.

2/17/1338, William le Inglis acknowledges that he owes to John de Bassyngbourn £30; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Huntingdon. (S) CCRs.

2/20/1338, Commitment during pleasure to the king's yeoman, William Lenglys, of the office of escheator within the liberty of Holdernesse, co. York, so that he answer in the chamber for the issues thereof. (S) CFRs.

1340, William Lenglis, keeper of the Tower of London. (S) CFRs.

3/9/1341, Order to permit William Lengleis, the king's yeoman to lade 35 sacks of wool in that port and take them to parts beyond the sea, having first paid the custom and subsidy due thereon. (S) CCRs.

3/12/1341, William Lengleis to be paid £18 9s. 2d., the king is bound in that sum of a greater sum for his wages in parts beyond the sea. (S) CCRs.

3/22/1342, Commission to William Lengleys to make inquisition in the counity of York what instruments and tackle belonging to a ship called La Blome and a galley of Hull, late of William de la Pole, knight, and taken into the king's hand. (S) CFRs.

1342-43, William Lengleis to grant 7 burgages in Appleby to a chaplain in the church of St. Michael, Appleby, retaining other burgages and rent there. Westmorland. (S) UKNA.

3/16/1343, William Lenglis, escheator in the liberty of Holdernesse. (S) CFRs. [Held until 10/1/1344.]

6/15/1344, William Lengleis, escheator in the parts of Holdernesse, co. York. (S) CCRs.

3/14/1345, To William son of William Lengleis and Ralph de Restwold, executors of the will of the said William Lengleis. Order to supersede the further execution of their commission to appraise 3 ships called 'la Blome,' 'la Galie,' and 'la Seinte Marie Cogge,' of Hull, with all the tackle of 2 of those ships … (S) CCRs.

1/20/1347, Grant for life to William Lenglis of the lawns of Iveton Feld and Barrokfeld within the forest of Ingehvode with an assart of 15 acres of land in Iveton Feld, at the yearly rent at the Exchequer of as much as William Lenglis, his father, deceased, who had the same of the king's grant, used to render, and of 30s. a year of increment beyond. (S) CFRs.

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

6/1349, The Plague reached Dorset, and had spread across England by the end of 1349.

6/27/1352, Appointment of … William Englissh … to arrest and bring before the council … (S) CPRs.

10/24/1362, Grant to Thomas Bowet of the county of Cumberland … by mainprise of Robert de Tyliol and AVilliam Englissh.

By 1369, Margaret died before William.

By 1369, William knighted. [Possibly the plague killed enough knights that many more were created later in their lives.]

8/3/1369, William Englyssh, knight, died. (S) UKNA.

[––Post Mortem––]

8/13/1369, IPM of William Engyssh, knight. Cambridge: Hokyton. … William Lengleys, the elder, for life, with successive remainders in tail male to William his son and to Juliana his daughter (sister of William). William the son is dead without heir male of his body, so that the manor ought to remain to William, son of Ralph Restwold by the said Juliana. … He died on Friday the Invention of St. Stephen, 43 Edward III. Isabel his daughter, aged 24 years and more, is his heir. …  land in Hokynton and gave them to William Englissh, knight, and Margaret his wife, and the heirs male of their bodies, with remainder to Isabel their daughter and the heirs of her body. William and Margaret died without heir male of their bodies …  Isabel his daughter, aged 26 years and more, whom Nicholas de Haryngton has married, is his next heir by virtue of the above grant. … Huntingdon: Great Paxton. The manor. Little Paxton. A carucate of land. … William and Margaret 50a. land and 4s. yearly rent … Westmoreland: Little Strikland. The manor … Old Appelby. A messuage … Helton. A moiety of the manor … Tebay and Rounthwayth. A moiety of the manors … He died on 3 August, 43 Edward III, without heir male of his body. Isabel wife of Nicholas de Haryngton, knight, aged 22 years and more, is his daughter and heir; and William de Restewald, aged 24 years and more, is son and heir of Juliana above-named. … Cumberland: Carlisle. A moiety of a burgage tenement … Heyheved. The manor … Blenkarn. 2/3rds of the manor, … Levyngton. A third part of the manor … (S) CIsPM.

10/3/1369, Order to Thomas de Musgrave, escheator in the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland,—pursuant to divers inquisitions made by him shewing that William Englis, 'chivaler,' held in chief in tail male 2 parts of the manor of Blenkarn and a third part of the manor of Levyngton, co. Cumberland … with reversion after his death to William Restwold son of Juliana the daughter of William Englis his father, deceased, to deliver the premises to William Restwold, as the king has taken his homage and fealty. (S) CFRs.

Child of William and Margaret:

i. Isabel English (1477483), born 1344 in England.

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