2955048. Sir John de Coggeshall & 2955049. Margaret de Staunton
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1301, John born in England, s/o 5910096. Sir John de Coggeshall & 5910097. Sarah le Brun.
By 1303, Margaret born in England, d/o §John de Staunton.
11/10/1303, Thomas de Hindenes pardoned for the death of John de Staunton. (S) CPRs.
7/6/1313, Licence for Anfrid de Staunton to enfeoff … in Wylegh, held in chief, … to regrant the same to him and Margery his wife and their issue, with remainder failing such issue to Philip de Staunton, for life, and then Mabel [Margaret] daughter of John de Staunton and the heirs of her body, … (S) CPRs.
1319, John’s father died.
3/24/1319, at IPM of John’s father: Essex: marsh called Rugworth, manor of Sutton; Codham manor; rent at Halstede, Little Berdefeld and Reynes; capital messuage at Shaldeforde; Dodinho manor; land at Arkesdene and Critishale; capital messuage and land at Little Bemflete; capital messuage, mill and land at Coggeshale; messuages at Messingg and Inworth; manor of Pakelesham; manor of Bradeker in Norfolk.
2/26/1320, Protection, until Michaelmas, for John de Coggeshale going on the king’s service with Bartholomew de Badelesmere to the Court of Rome. (S) CPRs.
7/1322, John summoned to military service against the Scots.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
2/12/1326, Respite, … to John son of John de Coggeshale from taking up the arms of a knight until Midsummer. (S) CPRs.
1327, John and Margaret held the manor of Bradker, Shropham. (S) History of Norfolk, V1.
6/1328, John de Coggeshale and Margaret his wife, pi. John son of William de Storteford, def. The manors of Sharnhalle … co. Essex; … co. Norfolk … and the heirs of John de Coggeshale to hold of the chief lords Essex. (S) Feet of Fines, Essex.
1331, John and Margaret settled the manor of Bradker, Shropham on their son John. (S) History of Norfolk, V1.
1334-6, 1339, 1343, 1358, John a M.P. as a Knight of the Shire.
1335, John called to conscript 200 archers in the county of Essex for the Scottish war.
4/1337, Amfrid de Staunton [brother of Margaret] and Margery his wife, pi. … in Alesford. PI. … with successive remainders to John de Coggeshale, knight, and Margaret his wife and the heirs of their bodies, John son of John and Henry his brother and the heirs of their bodies, and the right heirs of John de Coggeshale, knight. (S) Feet of Fines, Essex.
1337, John of Great Codham Hall, Wethersfield, knighted. [Other principal family estates in Essex included Sheering Hall in Shalford, Coggeshall Hall in Little Coggeshall, Duddenhoe in Wendon Lofts, and lands in Paglesham, Rugwood, and North Benfleet.]
1/3/1338, Margaret coheir to her brother Anfrid: after the death of his wife, lands at Wyleye, Bentley, Chicche and St Osyth go to Mabel, sister of Aufridus, aged 30 and more; lands at Alesford go to John de Coggeshale, knight, aged 30 and more, and lands at Wix and Tendring go to Hugh le Gros, aged 40 and more.
9/8/1338, Licence for John de Lyston to enfeoff John de Coggeshale, knight, … of the manor of Lyston, … (S) CPRs.
8/11/1339, … Appointment, … of John de Coggeshale, sheriff of Essex, … (S) CPRs.
10/1339, Hugh de Feryng and Eleanor his wife, … with remainder to John de Coggeshale, 'chivaler,' and Margaret his wife and his heirs. Cons. 10 marks. (S) Feet of Fines, Essex.
7/21/1340, “… Writ to: Sheriff of Herts. Sent by: Chancery. Endorsement: John de Coggeshall, Sheriff, replies …” (S) UKNA.
1342, John involved in a lawsuit with Sir John de Hevenyngham in Essex.
7/24/1343, IPM of Margery late wife of Humphrey de Staunton: Alesford manor and advoswon, by grant to Humphrey and Margery de Staunton, then to John de Coggeshall, knight and Margaret his wife, who still survive, then to their son John, then to his brother Henry, then to the right heirs of Sir John de Coggeshall; …
3/2/1344, … John de Coggeshale, eshceator in the counties of Essex, Hertford, and Middlesex. (S) CPRs.
1344-5, “Account and official: John de Coggeshall, sheriff of Essex, for provisions for horses.” (S) UKNA.
11/15/1344, “… Writ to: Sheriff of Essex. Sent by: Chancery. Endorsement: J. de Coggeshall, Sheriff [of Suffolk], replies …” (S) UKNA.
1346-7, “Account and official: John de Coggeshall, sheriff of Essex, provisions for oats.” (S) UKNA.
1346-7, John assigned duties associated with the defense of the coast.
Aft. 1346, Joan de Welle’s wardship granted to Guy de Brian. John de Coggeshale paid 400£ to Guy for Joan’s marriage to his son Henry. (S) Women of the English Nobility and Gentry, Ward, 1995, P25.
1347-8, “Account and official: John de Coggeshall, sheriff of Essex, provisions for the king's horses. … for victuals and feed sent to Stratford … for victuals for Calais.” (S) UKNA.
1348, John settled the manor of Bradker, Shropham with advowsons on himself and Margaret his wife ,and Thomas their son in tail. (S) History of Norfolk, V1.
1349, John inquired into money which had been raised to pay archers, but had never been sent to the king at Calais.
9/1349, John de Coggeshale and Margaret his wife, pi. by Geoffrey Baldewyn in his place. William deTeye …, def. The manor of Little Bemflete and the advowson of the church … with remainders to Henry their son and the heirs male of his body and the right heirs of John. Cons. 100 marks. (S) Feet of Fines, Essex.
5/23/1353, General pardon to John de Coggeshale, knight, for all trespasses whether of the time of the late or present king. (S) CPRs.
1353-4, “Account and official: John de Coggeshall, sheriff of Essex, for feed for the king's horses.” (S) UKNA.
1360-1, “Account of John de Coggeshale and William atte Wode of corn provided for Calais in Essex.” (S) UKNA.
Bef. 9/17/1361, John died. (S) CPRs.
6/4/1362, IPM of Sir John de Coggeshale, knight, died. The manor, held of Robert de Ufford, earl of Suffolk, by service of suit to the earl’s court at Caldewell every three weeks. … This manor … by his charter indented to Henry, parson of the church of Stutton, …rendering to the deceased and his heirs 5 marks of silver yearly. He died on 4 June. Henry de Coggeshale his son, aged 30 years and more, is his heir. … (S) CIsPM.
(S) History of Coggeshall, Beaumont, 1890. (S) The Tendring Hundred in the Olden Time, Watson, 1888, P107.
Children of John and Margaret:
i. John de Coggeshall, born ? in England.
1346-7, John killed at the siege of Calais, France.
ii. Henry de Coggeshall (1477524), born 1331 in England.