~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.
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.
· 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.