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Monday, August 30, 2010

Lord Henry Fitz Hugh & Elizabeth Grey

3802856. Lord Henry Fitz Hugh & 3802857. Elizabeth Grey

1363, Henry born in England, heir & s/o 7605712. Lord Henry Fitz Hugh & 7605713. Joan le Scrope.

1365, Elizabeth born in England, heir & d/o 7605714. Sir Robert de Grey & 7605715. Lora de Saint Quintin. [Elizabeth’s father took his mother’s family name. Elizabeth heiress to her uncle John Grey.]

7/16/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king.

5/7/1382, Presentation … to the church of St. Rumbald, … king’s gift … custody of the land and heir of Henry son of Henry, son of Hugh, knight, tenant in chief, … (S) CPRs.

1386, Henry age 23 when his father died.

9/22/1386, Writ for IPM of Henry Fitz Hugh, knight. Northumberland: [various properties] He died on 29 August last. Henry Fitz Hugh, his son, aged 23 years and more, is his heir. … (S) CIsPM.

~1387, Henry married Elizabeth.

1387, Elizabeth heir to her uncle, Sir John Marmion of West Tanfield, Yorkshire.

7/19/1387, Henry Fitzhugh, knight, lord of Ravensworth, granted his manors of Cleasby, Clow Beck and ?East Tanfield, and all lands, tenements, rents and services of free and villein men which he had in the vills, except 1/2 water-mill, to the same Thomas Ranyard … (S) IPM of Henry, Yorkshire.

11/3/1388, Indenture between queen Anne and Henry Fitz Hugh, knight, … leased for 12 years … castles of Richemond and Bowes … yearly rent of 650 marks … (S) CPRs, 3/23/1391.

12/17/1387-9/1/1423, Henry summoned to parliament by writ. (S) The Historic Peerage of England, Nicolas, P194.

4/10/1389, Henry Fitzhugh, chevalier, lord of Ravensworth, granted his manor of Airton, in Craven and all lands, tenements, rents and services of free and villein men which he had in the vill, except the advowson of a moiety of the church of Burnsall when taxed, to Thomas Ranyard, rector of Wath church … (S) IPM of Henry, Yorkshire.

1391, Henry given licence to enclose 200 acres around the castle of Ravensworth. (S) CPRs.

1399, Henry gave assent in parliament to the secret imprisonment of Richard II.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England. [Richard II died a prisoner in the Tower.]

1/1400, Henry put the manors of Baon and Bothamsall in trust for his son William. (S) UKNA.

1401, Henry a legatee of his cousin Richard, Lord Scrope of Bolton.

7/22/1403, Commission to the king’s brother Ralph, earl of Westmoreland, Henry fitz Hugh, … William Gascoigne … to assemble all men in the counties of York and Northumberland to go with the king to resist Henry, earl of Northumberland, and other traitors, who have risen in insurrection. (S) CPRs.

8/1403, Sir Henry Fitzhugh and Sir Ralph Eure sent by the king to treat for peace with Scotland. (S) The Reign of Henry IV Rebellion and Survival, Didd, 2008, P98.

1404, Ralph de Vere, Henry fitz Hugh, John Covyll, … (S) Cal. of the Fine Rolls.

4/7/1405, Sir Henry Gitzhugh and Sir William Gascoigne were dispatched to the north to investigate rumors of rebellion. (S) History of England Under Henry the 4th.

8/9/1405, Grant to the king’s knight Henry Fitz Hugh and Elizabeth his wife … which Thomas Bardolf had … on account of his forfeiture … (S) CPRs.

1406, Sir Henry, as a knight in the retinue of Philippa, d/o Henry IV who became Queen of Sweden, visited Vadstena, Sweden and informed the convent there the he wished to found a convent in England. [Henry was described by Sion Martiloge as the first to introduce this religion into England.] (S) House of Minoresses: Brigettines, A Hist. of the Co. of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, V2, 1948. [Charter confirmed in England on 11/28/1406.]

1407, Henry accredited with an important commission to Denmark.

1408, Henry appointed as a Knight of the Garter.

3/20/1413, Henry V succeeded Henry IV as King of England.

3/22/1413, Writs issued for a parliament to meet at Westminster on Monday 15 May. Lords spiritual … Lords temporal: The earls of Devon, Arundel, Westmorland, Salisbury, and Warwick, and the earl marshal; Hugh Stafford, Edward Charlton of Powys, William Clinton, Thomas de la Warre, John Oldcastle, Henry le Scrope of Masham, William Roos of Helmsley, Henry Fitzhugh, William Ferrers of Groby, Thomas Morley, Hugh Burnell, Thomas Berkeley, John de Welles, Ralph Cromwell, Ralph baron Greystoke, Thomas Dacre of Gilsland, John Harrington, Robert Willoughby, John Lovell of Tichmarsh, Richard Grey of Codnor, Reginald Grey of Ruthin, Peter Mauley, Thomas Camoys, William la Zouche of Harringworth, Henry de Beaumont, William de Botreaux, John Latimer, Richard Strange, Robert Poynings, Gilbert Talbot, John Clifford, and John Talbot of Furnivall. [47 ‘spiritual’, 38 ‘temporal’, 73 knights, 178 burgesses.] (S) Parliament Rolls, Henry V, May 1413.

4/9/1413, Henry the Constable of England at the coronation of King Henry V.

2/17/1414, Henry, the Chamberlain of King Henry V, a witness to the king’s charter to the Burgesses of Preston. (S) UKNA.

7/4/1414, Grant for life to Henry Fitz Hugh, knight, £100 yearly … (S) CPRs, 12/16/1422.

11/13/1414, Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, gave and confirmed his castle and manor of Ravensworth and all lands, tenements or possessions, easements, profits and rights which he had in Ravensworth, to Thomas bishop of Durham … (S) IPM of Henry, Yorkshire.

1415, Henry granted lands, for life, forfeited by Henry le Scrope of Masham, attainded for his part in the ‘Southampton’ plot.

8/13/1415, King Henry V’s force of 12,000 landing at the mouth of the Seine at Harfleur.

10/25/1415, Henry at the battle of Agincourt in northern France. [Documented by 3 eye witnesses.] The English longbows gave “a terrifying hail of arrow shot.” French estimate of their own dead of 4,000 would imply a ratio of nearly 9 to 1 in favour of the English.                                                                          

11/6/1416, Sir Robert de Plompton made a feoffment of all his manor and reversions in Yorkshire to Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravenswath and Treasurer of England [and others.] (S) Plumpton Correspondence, Stapleton, 1839, P-XLV.

6/10/1417, Henry confirmed the lands of Henry le Scrope of Masham, previously held for life, entailed on himself for an annual rent of £260 and 1 rose by the King. (S) CFRs, 2/15/1453.

7/21/1417, Henry Lord Fitz-Hugh, named in the will of King Henry V. (S) Testamenta Vetusta, V1, 1826, P20.

10/7/1417, Power for Henry FitzHugh and John de Nevill to take possession of Norman towns and receive the fealty of the inhabitiants. (S) Syllabus (in English) of the Doc’s …, V2, Hardy, P600.

1417-18, In a winter siege, King Henry captured Falaise. “Muster rolls of Henry, lord Fitzhugh, William Stanley, and others at Falaise.” (S) UKNA.

1418, King Henry began the long siege of Rouen.

7/1418, Henry present at the siege of Rouen, France.

1/19/1419, The capture of Rouen, France. A major event in the Hundred Year's War, where English forces captured the capital of Normandy.

8/31/1422, Henry VI, age 9 months, became king on the death of his father, Henry V.

1422, Henry and executor of the will of King Henry V and appointed a guardian of his infant son.

1422, Elizabeth, eventual heiress of the manor of Quinton, Gloucester, entered and seised of it in demesne as of fee. … manor of Berwick, Sussex, … (S) IPM of Elizabeth.

1422-5, “Henry [FitzHugh], Lord FitzHugh, knight, Lewis [Robessart], Lord Bourchier, knight, Walter Hungerford, knight, Walter Beauchamp, knight, William Porter, knight, Robert Bapthorp, knight, …, executors of Henry V.” (S) UKNA.

1423, Many of the jewels of Henry V, valued at £40,000, were delivered to Henry at Ravensworth castle.

1424, John Scrope, younger brother of Henry, claimed Masham and other manors as entailed lands [and recovered them in 1425.]

1/11/1425, Henry, Knight of the Garter. of Ravensworth in Richmondshire, Yorkshire, 3rd Lord Fitz Hugh, Protector of the Realm died at Ravensworth; buried at Jervaulx Abbey, Yorkshire. (S) UKNA.

1/13/1425, Writs of diem clausit extremum, after the death of Henry Fitz Hugh, knight. City of London: He held a town-house and 6 shops with solars … The town-house, waste and derelict, … 2 of the shops are in parish of St Benet Paul’s Wharf, each is worth 5s. yearly, and 4 shops are in the parish of St Peter Paul’s Wharf in the same ward, each is worth 5s. yearly. He died on 11 January last. William Fitzhugh (1901428), chevalier , is his son and next heir, aged 26 years and more. Nottinghamshire: Carlton in Lindrick, the manor, … Kingston, the manor … Northumberland: He held the following lands and tenements in his demesne as of fee tail by gift and enfeoffment of John Bulmer and Tiffany his wife to Henry (30422848) son of Hugh , in frank-marriage with Eve (30422849) their daughter, and the heirs of their bodies. Right in the lands and tenements descended from Henry and Eve to Henry Fitzhugh (3802856) as their kinsman and heir as son of Henry (7605712) son of Henry (15211424) son of Henry (30422848) son of Hugh and Eve … Yorkshire: By gift of William de Burneton to Hugh (f/o 30422848) son of Henry and his heirs by Aubrey (m/o 30422848) his wife, he held in his demesne as of fee tail the following manors, advowson, tofts and land, right in which descended from Hugh to Henry Fitzhugh as his kinsman and heir as son of Henry son of Henry son of Henry son of Hugh by Aubrey his wife, according to the form of the gift. Thringarth, the manor, … Dent, the manor … Sedburgh, the manor … Staveley, the manor … Fremington, the manor, … Little Leeming, the manor … (S) (S) E-CIPM, 22-443.

[––Elizabeth––]

1427, Elizabeth named son William a legatee and executor in her will.

12/14/1427, Elizabeth died; buried with Henry.

12/30/1427, Writ for IPM of Elizabeth widow of Henry Fitzhugh, knight. Gloucestershire: John Marmyon (23640110), knight , was seised in demesne as of fee of the manor of Quinton, annual value £40, held of the heirs of Philip Marmyon by knight service … He had issue: Robert [died without heirs], Joan (11820055), and Avice (15211429). … John Marmyon died. … Avice married John Grey of Rotherfield Greys, and had issue: John [died without heirs] and Robert. Robert (7605714) son of John Grey (15211428) had issue: Elizabeth (3802857) wife of Henry Fitzhugh, knight. … Elizabeth [eventual heiress] entered the manor in the first year of ‪ Henry VI ’s reign and was seised of it in demesne as of fee. She continued her possession for her life. Joan, other daughter and heir of John Marmyon , married John Barnak (11820054) , and they had issue: Maud (5910027). Joan and John Barnak died, and Maud married Ralph Cromwell (5910026), knight . They had issue: Ralph Cromwell, knight . He had issue: Ralph Cromwell, knight , still living. Ralph, grandfather, died and Ralph, father, died. Maud afterwards died during the life of Elizabeth. … during Elizabeth’s possession of the manor, Ralph Cromwell , son, still living, made uninterrupted claim to the manor sufficiently in law by his right of descent from Ralph son of Ralph. Ralph and William Fitzhugh (1901428), knight, still living, are kin and next heirs of John Marmyon. Elizabeth died on 14 December last. William Fitzhugh, knight , is her son and next heir, and aged 30 and more. Sussex: … By fine in 1327, …, deforc., granted the manor of Berwick to John Marmyon and Maud his wife, quer., … Lincolnshire: …  A fine was afterwards levied at York on the octave of Candlemas 1338 between Robert, described as Robert son of John Marmyon, chevalier , and Maud his wife, quer., and George de Colevill , deforc., regarding, among other tenements, the manor, described as Willingham by Greetwell. … Robert died so seised and Maud his widow married the said George de Colevill … A fine was afterwards levied at Westminster 3 weeks after Michaelmas 1342 between George and Maud his wife, quer., and Simon de Wyntryngham, chaplain , deforc., regarding the manor, … with successive remainders to Maud widow of John Marmyon for life; and to John Gray and Avice, described as John Gray of Rotherfield Greys and Avice his wife, and the heirs of the body of Avice in perpetuity … 11/11/1342, Simon de Wyntryngham, chaplain , granted, among other tenements, the third, described as 1/3 manor of Willingham, to Maud widow of John Marmyon , described as Lady Maud who was the wife of Lord John Marmion , for life, with successive remainders to George de Colevill and Maud his wife for their lives; and to John Gray and Avice, described as Lord John Gray of Rotherfield Greys and Avice his wife, and the heirs of the body of Avice in perpetuity. … Northampton: … Rose de Dovorre was seised in demesne as of fee of the manor of Lutton alias ‘Ludyngton’, … She gave it to William son of Robert Marmyon, junior , and Loretta his wife, and to the heirs of their bodies. William and Loretta had issue: John Marmyon … Yorkshire: … held in dower … (S) MMC, E-CIPM 23-90.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P340. (S) Hist. of the Co. of York North Riding, V1, 1914, Masham.

Family notes:

·         Henry was left 2 “Richard Rolle” manuscripts in the will of Henry le Scrope. (S) Myrror to Devout People, Patterson, 2006, P28.

·         Henry was granted the castle of L’Aigle and the donjon of Chambois in France by King Henry V. (S) Joan of Arc, Pernoud, 1999, P200.

Children of Henry and Elizabeth: [8 sons, 6 daughters]

i. William Fitz Hugh (1901428), born 1399 in Yorkshire, England.

ii. Elenor fitz Hugh, born ? in England.

Eleanor married Randoph de Dacre, s/o Thomas Dacre & 3802853. Philippe Neville.

iii. Elizabeth fitz Hugh, born ? in England.

8/6/1423, Elizabeth, damsel, daughter of Henry FitzHugh, baron, of the diocese of York, granted an Indult to have a portable altar. (S) Lateran Regesta, 237.


Thursday, August 26, 2010

Sir William Bowet & Joan de Ufford

3802854. Sir William Bowet & 3802855. Joan de Ufford

~1375, William Bouet born in England, s/o 7605708. Thomas Bowet & 7605709. Margaret ?.

By 1390, Joan born in England, coheir & d/o 7605710. Robert de Ufford & 7605711. Eleanor de Felton.

1400, Joan heiress to her sister Ela, wife of Richard Bowet, esq., brother of William.

12/31/1404, IPM of Robert Corbet senior, knight. Norfolk: … the manor of Little Dunham … It is held of William Bowet, service unknown, annual value £8. (S) CIsPM.

1409, Joan presented to the rectory of Benacre, Suffolk.

[––William & Joan––]

1409, William Bowet and Joan his wife settled Hautbois manor with Horseford. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V6, 1807, Great-Hautbois.

1410, William and wife Johanna settled Horsford manor on trustees. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V11, 1810, Burgh.

1411, William and Joan sued Thomas Aleyn.

1412, William held the manor of Hurstpierpoint, inherited by Joan from her grandmother Sibyl de Pierreport. (S) UKNA.

1412, William Bowet was lord of the manor Westmeston was valued at £17. (S) Hist. of Sussex, V7, 1940, Westmeston. [Hurstpierpoint and Westmeston were held together until the 1600s.]

3/20/1413, Henry V succeeded Henry IV as King of England.

1413, William presented to the rectory of Hurstpierpont, Sussex.

1414, William a witness to the will of Sir Robert Ty.

By 1414, William knighted.

10/18/1414, Pardon to William Bowet of Wrantham, co. Suffolk, ‘chivaler,’ for the murder of John Rome of Great Melton, servant of Edmund Berry (369290), esquire. (S) CPRs.

7/10/1415, Letter of attorney for William “Willielmus Bowet Chivaler, qui de Licentia Regis versus partes Transmarinas profecturus est, habet Literas Regis de Generali Attornatu, …” (S) Rymer’s Feodera, V9, 1739-45. [William going overseas.]

10/21/1415, IPM of Michael de la Pole, earl of Suffolk. Suffolk: … all the following 88 knight’s fees … 10 fees by William Bowet, knight. … (S) CIsPM.

10/25/1415, Battle of Agincourt in northern France. [Documented by 3 eye witnesses.] The English longbows gave “a terrifying hail of arrow shot.” French estimate of their own dead of 4,000 would imply a ratio of nearly 9 to 1 in favour of the English.

William and Joan divorced. [Seems to indicate something happened while he was in France.]

[––William & Amy––]

Bef. 2/1/1417-8, William married 2nd Amy Wythe, d/o John; widow of John Calthorp.

1417-18, Amy granted the manor of Horsford by trustees. [Eventually conveyed to Elizabeth in 1438.]

9/13/1417, IPM of Roger Swillyngton, knight. Suffolk: … Murrills of William Bowet, service unknown … (S) CIsPM.

[––Joan––]

1418, Joan presented to the rectory of Blythburgh, Suffolk, and to the rectory of Benacre, Suffolk.

1420, Sir William Bowet and Amy purchased from the crown via Robert, Lord Willoughby the wardship and marriage of her son William Calthorp for 700 marks.

1420, Joan presented to the rectory of Blythburgh, Suffolk.

2/6/1421, William Bowet and others lent Henry Lesyngham and others £20. (S) CP 40/653, rot. 338. [4/1424, William Bowet now deceased.]

3/22/1421, William wounded and taken prisoner at the Battle of Beauge, France [and died soon afterwards.] A major defeat for the English in the Hundred Years war under the leadership of Thomas, Duke of Clarence, s/o Henry V, against French-Scot forces.

1421, William, knt. of Blackhall, Cumberland, and in right of his wife Joan, Lord of Horsford, Norfolk; and of Suffolk, and Sussex died, buried at Langley Abbey, Norfolk.

Joan died; buried at Langley Abbey, Norfolk. “Jane, wife of Sir William Bowet, daughter of Sir Robert Ufford”. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V10, 1809, Langley Town and Abbey.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P213. (S) Peerage of England, Collins, 1812, P561.

Family notes:

·         This family’s historic details are debatable; but the lineage is uncontested.

·         5/22/1422, Whereas … lately brought a writ … Margaret late the wife of Thomas Bowet the elder and William Bowet of Wrentham, knight, concerning a moiety … the said Margaret and William Bowet acknowledged … (S) CPRs.

·         1/20/1423, Grant by Amy, late the wife of William Bowet, knight, to … (S) UKNA.

·         Elizabeth’s wardship was apparently awarded to Amy and her 2nd husband Sir Henry Inglose.

Child of William and Joan: [2 daughters]

i. Elizabeth Bowet (1901427), born 1416 in England.


Baron Thomas Dacre & Philippe Neville

3802852. Baron Thomas Dacre & 3802853. Philippe Neville

10/27/1387, Thomas born in Naworth castle, Cumberland, England, heir & s/o 7605704. William Dacre & 7605705. Mary ?.

~1390, Philippe born in England, 3rd d/o 7605706. Ralph Neville & 7605707. Margaret Stafford.

[––Thomas & Philippa––]

Bef. 7/20/1399, Thomas married to Philippa.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England. [Richard II died a prisoner in the Tower.]

10/19/1399, Grant to the king’s brother Ralph de Nevylle, earl of Westmoreland, of the custody of all castles, … late of William, lord of Dacre, deceased, … during the minority of Thomas his son and heir … (S) CPRs.

10/29/1408, Writ for Proof of Age of Thomas de Dacre, ward of the Earl of Westmorland. Cumberland: The jurors say that Thomas, son and heir of William Dacre, knight, is aged 21 years and more and was so on 28 Oct. last. He was born at Naworth castle on 27 Oct. and baptised on the 28th in Brampton church. … Roger Leyburn, aged 60 and more, was in the church on that day to hear mass and saw Thomas raised from the font. … (S) CIsPM.

3/14/1410, Order not to trouble Thomas de Dacre, son and heir of William Dacre knight, … commanding livery to be given him of his father's lands; and the king has taken his homage. (S) CCRs.

4/10/1410, Commission of array … Thomas de Dacre of Gylleslond … county of Cumberland. (S) CPRs.

1411, Thomas and Philippe received a papal indult for a portable altar. [Usually requested when the wife is pregnant.]

1412–1455, Thomas summoned to parliament by writ.

3/20/1413, Henry V succeeded Henry IV as King of England.

3/22/1413, Writs issued for a parliament to meet at Westminster on Monday 15 May. Lords spiritual … Lords temporal: The earls of Devon, Arundel, Westmorland, Salisbury, and Warwick, and the earl marshal; Hugh Stafford, Edward Charlton of Powys, William Clinton, Thomas de la Warre, John Oldcastle, Henry le Scrope of Masham, William Roos of Helmsley, Henry Fitzhugh, William Ferrers of Groby, Thomas Morley, Hugh Burnell, Thomas Berkeley, John de Welles, Ralph Cromwell, Ralph baron Greystoke, Thomas Dacre of Gilsland, John Harrington, Robert Willoughby, John Lovell of Tichmarsh, Richard Grey of Codnor, Reginald Grey of Ruthin, Peter Mauley, Thomas Camoys, William la Zouche of Harringworth, Henry de Beaumont, William de Botreaux, John Latimer, Richard Strange, Robert Poynings, Gilbert Talbot, John Clifford, and John Talbot of Furnivall. [47 ‘spiritual’, 38 ‘temporal’, 73 knights, 178 burgesses.] (S) Parliament Rolls, Henry V, May 1413.

3/5/1419, Commission of array … Thomas de Dacre of Gildesland … county of Cumberland. (S) CPRs.

1421, Thomas Chief Forester of Inglewood Forest in Cumberland.

2/12/1422, Commission of array … Thomas de Dacre of Gildesland … county of Westmoreland. (S) CPRs.

8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.

1422-23, Thomas knighted.

7/7/1423, Commission of array … Thomas de Dacre of Gildesland, knight … county of Cumberland. (S) CPRs.

7/20/1424, Commission of array … Thomas de Dacre of Gildesland, knight … county of Cumberland. (S) CPRs.

1425, Thomas appointed one of the commissioners to treat for peace with James I of Scotland.

9/1427-8/1428, Special assize roll and file, Cumberland, William Stapleton and wife v Thomas Dacre kt, and others. (S) UKNA.

3/20/1428, Commission of array … Thomas de Dacre of Gildesland, knight … county of Cumberland. (S) CPRs.

2/20/1429, Pardon to Thomas de Dacre, knight, lord of Dacre and Gillesland, for acquiring … the manors … Burgh upon Sands … and to Philippa his wife … (S) CPRs.

11/6/1429, Henry VI crowned king of England.

4/17/1431, John Gra of Ingelby, co. Lincoln, knight, … granting John Mowbrey, earl Marshall, … Thomas de Dacre, lord of Gildeslonde, … Thomas Swynford, knight, Thomas Swynford his son, … the manors of Ingleby … (S) CPRs.

1433, … complainants … Thomas de Dacre, knight, lord of Dacre and Gillesland, and Philippa his wife … moiety of the manors of … with remainder successively to Thomas son of the said Thomas Dacre for life  … (S) Feet of Fines, Cumberland.

5/8/1434, Commission to Thomas de Dacre of Gillesland, knight … county of Cumberland … (S) CPRs.

9/30/1437, “Thomas lord of Dacre and of Gillesland knight of the one part and William de Swynburne knight of the other.” (S) UKNA.

3/28/1438, Appointment of Conservators of a Truce with Scotland: Henricum Comitem Northumbriae, Johanni Duci Norffolciae, Ricardo Sarum, Henrico Northumbriae, & Radulpho Westmerlandiae, Comitibus, ac, dilectis & fidelibus suis, Johanni de Greystok, & Thomae de Dacre, Baronibus, Radulpho Gray, Johanni Bertram, Roberto Ogle, Cristofero Curwen, Cristofero Moresby, Henrico Fenwyk, & Willielmo Swynbourne, Militibus. (S) Rymer’s Foedera, V10, 1739-45.

5/6/1439, Thomas de Dacre lord of Gilleslande knight to William Marsshall rector of Kirkoswalde … (S) CCRs.

1440, Philippe a legatee in the will of her father.

5/20/1443, Thomas Dacre the elder knight to … and Richard earl of Salisbury. Bond in 1,000 marks. Condition, that the said Thomas, John Dacre, Ralph Dacre, Richard Dacre his sons [Thomas included], all other sons of his, … shall abide and obey the award of the said bishop and earl, arbitrators … (S) CCRs.

11/7/1448, Commission of array … Thomas de Dacre of Gyllesland, knight … Cumberland. (S) CPRs.

9/1450-8/1452, Holbeach (Lands of Thomas, Lord de Dacre and de Gillesland): [Lincoln] Description of Officer: Bailiff. (S) UKNA.

5/16/1452, Licence, for £7 paid … for Thomas Dacre, lord of Dacre, knight, and Philippa his wife to grant to William Marsshall, clerk … the manors of Irthyngton, … co. Cumberland, … with successive remainders to Thomas Dacre, knight, son of the said Thomas, to Thomas Dacre, son of John Dacre, knight, deceased, … (S) CPRs.

7/11/1452, Commission of array … Thomas de Dacre of Gillesland, knight … Cumberland. (S) CPRs.

7/8/1453, General pardon for all offenses, … to Thomas de Dacre and Philippa his wife … (S) CPRs.

Philippa died.

[––Thomas––]

12/16/1457, Writ of diem clausit extremum, after the death of Thomas Dacre of Gilleslond, knight … Vacated because nothing was done in respect thereof, since the said Thomas was alive on, and after, the said 16 December. (S) CFRs.

1/5/1458, Thomas, knt., 6th Baron Dacre, Lord of Dacre, Multon and Gillesland died; buried at Lanercost Priory, Cumberland.

[––Post Mortem––]

11/14/1458, Writ of diem clausit extremum, after the death of Thomas Dacre of Gilleslond, lord de Dacre, in the counties of Lincoln ; Cumberland ; Westmoreland. (S) CFRs.

3/20/1459, Order to the escheator in the county of Cumberland ; pursuant to an inquisition …  [1433] between Thomas de Dacre knight and Philippa his wife, querents … for the lives of the said Thomas and Philippa, with remainder successively to Thomas son of the said Thomas Dacre for life, to Thomas son of John de Dacre knight for life, and to the heirs male of the body of the aforesaid Thomas lord de Dacre knight, for ever, and with remainder over to the right heirs of the said Thomas lord de Dacre knight, for ever ; and that the said Philippa, the said Thomas son of Thomas and the said Thomas son of John died, and the said Thomas Dacre knight, lord de Dacre, survived them … (S) CFRs. [Whole record covers 6 pages.]

Family notes:

·         Contemporary is Thomas de Dacre (369286) of Heysham, Lancashire (d.1420).

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P252.

Children of Thomas and Philippe: [7 sons, 2 daughters]

i. Thomas Dacre (1901426), born ~1410 in England.

1455, Thomas died before his father. (S) CFRs.

ii. Joan de Dacre, born ? in England.

Joan married baron Thomas Clifford, 8th Lord of Skipton.

iii. Randoph de Dacre, born ? in England.

Randolph married Elenor fitz Hugh, d/o Lord Henry Fitz Hugh & Elizabeth Grey.

3/29/1461, Randolph slain at the Battle of Towton, and attained.

iv. Humphrey de Dacre, born ? in England.

Humphrey married Mabel Parr.

5/30/1485, Humphrey, 1st Baron Dacre of Gilesland, died.


Sir John Holand & Margaret ?

3802850. Sir John Holand & 3802851. Margaret ?

1348, John born in Northamptonshire, England, younger s/o 7605700. Robert de Holand & 7605701. Elizabeth ?.

1372, John a legatee in the will of his father.

By 1373, John married Elizabeth, d/o Nicholas Greene of Exton and Rutland. [No children.]

1379-1400, John presented 5 times at the church of Achurch.

[––John & Margaret––]

John married 2nd Margaret.

1393, John ordered to arrest Robert de Bounsall.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England. [Richard II died a prisoner in the Tower.]

By 1401, John knighted.

1/10/1401, Grant by John Skarlotte of Bernewelle, dwelling in Oundell, to Robert Babthorpp, knight, dwelling in London, John Holand of Thorppewatervyle, knight, … [Northampton] … (S) Ancient Deeds, V3, 1900, A.5011.

10/3/1402, IPM of Thomas de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick. Rutland: … Ridlington, 1 fee held by John Holand, knight, £10 … (S) CIsPM.

4/10/1405, John and Margaret granted a license for an oratory.

[––John––]

9/21/1408, IPM of John Lovell, knight. Northampton: … 2 parts of another manor of Titchmarsh, formerly of Henry Tycchemerssh, in his demesne as of fee, of John Holand, knight, … (S) CIsPM.

1409, John living.

John, knt. of Thorpe Waterville and Achurch, Northamptonshire died.                                                                       

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P432.

Children of John  and Margaret: [1 son, 2 daughters]

i. Elizabeth Holand (1901425), born ~1390 in Northampton, England.

ii. Margaret Holand, born ? in England.

Margaret married John Beauchamp, knight, of Bletsoe, Bedfordshire. [No children.]


Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Sir William de Fenys & Elizabeth Batisford

3802848. Sir William de Fenys & 3802849. Elizabeth Batisford

8/1/1357, William de Fiennes born in Herstmonceaux, Sussex, England, s/o 7605696. William de Fiennes & 7605697. Joan de Say.

1359, William’s father died.

~1365, Elizabeth born in England, d/o 7605698. William Batisford & 7605699. Margery Peplesham.

6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, son of the Black Prince, succeeded Edward III as King of England.

3/24/1378, William heir to his brother John, inheriting Herstmonceux, worth £40 a year.

6/29/1378, William’s mother died.

9/22/1378, IPM of John, son and heir of William de Fienles, knight. Oxford: Joan late the wife of Stephen de Vaylaunce held the under-mentioned manors for life … The said John died on 24 March, 49 Edward III. The aforesaid William, his brother, aged 21 years and more, is his heir. … (S) CIsPM.

11/26/1378, Writ for proof of age of William, brother and heir of John de Fienles the son and heir of William de Fienles, knight. Sussex: Thomas Peplesham, aged 48 years and more, says that the said William is of full age, to wit, 21 years old, [having been born] at Hurstmounceux and baptized in the church of All Saints there on the feast of St. Peter’s Chains, 31 Edward III. Richard le Hurst and William de Megeham were his godfathers, and Agnes Hengeshull his godmother. This the witness knows because the birth is written in the missal of the said parish church under the said day and year. (S) CIsPM.

12/11/1378, Order to cause William brother and heir of John de Fienles son and heir of William de Fienles knight to have seisin of his father's lands; as he has proved his age before the escheator, and the king has taken his homage and fealty. (S) CCRs.

1378-79, William received the right from the king to marry at his choosing of the king’s fealty.

1382, William de Fienles (Fiennes) … requests that he may be granted full seisin of all the lands which properly belonged to his late brother and father, … His father died during the reign of the king's grandfather, having leased certain property to his wife, Joan, late the wife of Stephen de Valoignes. His brother also died under-age, and he has since come into possession on his mother's death and his own majority. (S) UKNA.

10/20/1382, Pardon to William brother and heir of John de Fienles, knight, for entering without due livery of his lands … William de Fienles, knight, tenant in chief, his father, … (S) CPRs.

[––William & Elizabeth––]

By 1383, William married Elizabeth.

9/1384, Stephen Snelgere, put up a building to extend the stables at Herstmonceux for the horses of William. Robert Mostarde, robbed the nets of William Fienles in the marsh there and took about 60 large eels. William Taylor, tailor, of Maresfield, sent to Herstmonceux with a gown and dress for Elizabeth for the churching after the birth of son Roger. (S) Proof of age of son Roger.

12/16/1384, William Fenes,' chivaler,' a collector of tax in Sussex. (S) CFRs.

4/23/1385, William de Batelesforde, … to put Sir William de Fienles, kt, and his wife Elizabeth in seisin of the manor of Oldcourt [in Wartling] at Herstmonceux. (S) UKNA.

4/4/1396, William Fyenys, Sheriff of Surrey, London and Essex. (S) UKNA.

1388, William leased the manor of Compton Monceux for 7 years to John Trenchesvile for 22 marks. (S) UKNA.

By 1391, William knighted.

1391, William Fienles, kt., named deputy for John Devereux, Constable of Dover castle and Warden of the Cinque Ports.

7/14/1391, William, knight, named to a “commission de wallis, fossatis …”. (S) CPRs.

12/1/1396, Commitment of the counties of Surrey and Sussex toWilliam Fyenys, 'chivaler' during the king's pleasure, provided that he answer at the Exchequer as sheriff. (S) CFRs.

10/10/1397, William Fyenys sherrif of Surrey. (S) UKNA.

2/3/1398, William Fenys, knight, nobleman, and Elizabeth his wife, noble woman, of the diocese of Salisbury received a papal indult for the confessor of their choice may grant them, being penitent, plenary remission in the hour of death. (S) Cal. of Papal Reg’s, V5, 1904, Regesta 58.

11/17/1398, Commitment of the counties of Surrey and Sussex toWilliam Fyenys, 'chivaler' during the king's pleasure, provided that he answer at the Exchequer as sheriff. (S) CFRs.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England. [Richard II died a prisoner in the Tower.]

9/30/1399, Commitment to William Fienys, 'chivaler', during pleasure, of the counties of Surrey and Sussex, so that he answer at the Exchequer as sheriff. (S) CFRs.

1399, William de Fienles, Sheriff of Sussex, and others appointed by the king to besiege Bodiham castle.

1401-2, William involved in creating the ordinances for Pevensey Marsh.

11/20/1401, Commission to Thomas Erpyngham, … William Fenys … to examine ordinances … co. Sussex … (S) CPRs.

1/13/1402, William Fienles, knight, to Robert Oxebregge, … his estate in all lands, tenements, rents and services in Sussex, within and without the Lowey of Pevensey, which he holds for the life of Margery, sometime wife of William Batlesforde, by her grant. … at Herstmonceux. (S) UKNA.

1/18/1402, William, knight: Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, and Sussex, died; buried at Herstmonceux, Sussex. [A brass at the church: “William Fienles, knight, who died on the 18th day of January, the year of the incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ, one thousand 4 hundred and two, lies here.”]

1/22/1402, Writ for IPM of William Fienles, knight; in the counties of Oxford and Berks; Southampton; Essex and Sussex. (S) CFRs.

1/28/1402, IPM of William Fienles, knight. Oxford: He died on 19 Jan. Roger his son and heir is aged 16 years and more. Berfksire: a bailiwick in the forest of Windsor called ‘le Twychene’ by a rent of 10s. to the castle of Windsor … (S) CIsPM.

[––Elizabeth––]

1/13/1405, Elizabeth died.                                                                  

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P730. (S) Hist. of Count Berkshire, V3, 1923, White Waltham.

Family notes:

·         10/1/1406, Writ for IPM of Margery widow of William Batesford. Sussex: … she held for life with remainder to Elizabeth widow of William Fienles, knight, and her heirs, … Wartling, Dallington, Warbleton, and Herstmonceux, … She died on 21 Jan. last. Roger Fienles, son of William Fienles, knight, is kinsman and heir, being the son and heir of Elizabeth, daughter of Margery, aged 21 years and more. (S) CIsPM.

Children of William and Elizabeth:

i. Roger Fenys (1901424), baptized 9/14/1384 in Sussex, England.

ii. James Fiennes, born ? in England.

James married Emeline Cromer.

7/14/1427, James Fienles esquire, brother of Roger Fienles knight, to John Feryby esquire, Thomas Lewkenore knight, … Quitclaim with warranty of the manor of Lynham co. Oxford with rents, (S) CCRs.

1439-40, Sir James, sheriff of Kent, and esquire to the king [receiving £100 yearly], got his brother Roger elected to parliament for Sussex, and accompanied him representing Kent. (S) Hist. of Parliament, Roskell, 1993.

2/1447, James took the place of the duke of Gloucester (suspected of complicity in his death) as constable of Dover and warden of the Cinque Ports.

9/1449, James appointed Treasurer of the Exchequer.

7/4/1450, James, 1st Lord of Say and Sele, executed.


Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Lord Thomas Bardolf & Avice de Cromwell

3802846. Lord Thomas Bardolf & 3802847. Avice de Cromwell

~1365, Avice born in England, d/o 5910026. Lord Ralph de Cromwell & 5910027. Maud de Bernak.

12/22/1369, Thomas de Bardolf born in Birling, Kent, England, s/o 7605692. Lord William Bardolf & 7605693. Agnes de Poynings.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

[––Thomas & Avice––]

Bef. 7/8/1382, Thomas married to Avice.

1382-3, “William de Bardolf, knight, to grant the manor of Ruskington to Thomas his son, Avice wife of the said Thomas, and the heirs of their bodies, retaining the manors of Caythorpe, Westborough and Fillingham. Lincoln.” (S) UKNA.

1384-5, “William Bardolf, knight, to settle certain manors on himself for life, with remainder to Thomas his son and his wife Avice and the heirs of their bodies, … Notts.” (S) UKNA.

1/29/1385, Thomas’ father died.

1389-90, Thomas, as 5th Lord Bardolf, son and heir of William Bardolf of Wyrmegay (Wormegay), knight: Sussex (proof of age missing, writ only). (S) UKNA.

1390-1404, Thomas summoned to parliament.

2/12/1391, … concerning the advowsons of Wirmegeye priory, Westbrigge church, Whynbergh church, Garveston church, Canteleye church, and the first presentation to Northrungton church, the second and third turns belonging to Thomas Bardolf … . (S) CCRs.

4/24/1392, Commission de walliis et fossatis to Thomas de Bardolf … knights, … counties of Cambridge and Norfolk. (S) CPRs.

9/8/1392, Notice of the prorogation of the parliament summoned at York on the morrow of the Translation of St. Edward the King next; and order to give notice to singular the persons by him warned to be present. … Edmund duke of York, Thomas duke of Gloucestre, Edward earl of Roteland, 9 other earls, Thomas Bardolf of Wyrmegeye and 37 others, including John Grey of Godenore. (S) CCRs.

1394-5/1395, King Richard II invaded Ireland with a force of 8000 and subjugated multiple Irish chieftans.

10/30/1395, Protection with clause volumus … staying in Ireland on the king’s service … Thomas Bardolf of Wermegey, knight. (S) CPRs.

5/20/1397, A mainprise under a pain of 500 marks, made in chancery by Reynold de Grey of Ruthyn and Thomas Bardolfe of Wormegeye knights for John de Welle knight. (S) CCRs.

2/8/1399, Commission of array … Thomas Bardolf of Wirmyngeye … county of Norfolk. (S) CPRs.

4/26/1399, Going by the king’s licence to Ireland, Thomas Bardolf of Wirmgey, knight, nominating … (S) CPRs. [This trip to Ireland by Richard II allowed Henry IV to succeed to the crown.]

4/30/1399, Grant … during the life of Thomas Mortymer, knight, her husband, of Agnes Bardolf, at the supplication of the said Agnes [previously wife of Thomas’ cousin William], and Thomas Bardolf of Wermyngeye, knight, … (S) CPRs.

10/13/1399, Henry IV crowned king of England.

2/5/1400 at Westminster, Licence, for 40 marks paid by her to the king, for Matilda late the wife of Ralph de Cromewell of Tateshale, knight, to enfeoff Thomas de Bardolf of Wormygay, knight, Richard Gray of Condore, knight, Robert de Scales of Noysilles, knight, … of her manor of Candelesby … (S) Patent Rolls of Henry IV, V1, P191.

5/24/1400 at Westminister, Henry IV approves the grant [made 8/12/1319 to Roger Damory and his wife Elizabeth] and confirms it to Thomas de Bardolfe, Roger's kinsman and heir. (S) UKNA, Canterbury Cathedral Archives.

2/22/1401, Order of the treasury to pay to Thomas Bardolf the arrears of 100 marks a year yet remaining due since … (S) CCRs.

7/14/1402, Commission to Thomas de Bardolf, ‘chivaler,’ … to array all men at arms … of the county of Norfolk … (S) CPRs.

5/1405, Thomas joined Henry Percy (7605292), the Earl of Northumberland in his rebellion against King Henry IV, and with him fled to Scotland.

1405, When royal forces numbering 37,000 under Ralph Neville, Earl of Westmorland, marched northward, Earl Henry fled to Scotland. Henry’s allied leaders, Archbishop Scrope of York and Thomas Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham, were captured and beheaded.

7/18/1405, Order to Henry Percy, earl of Northumberland, to appear in person before the king, … the like to Thomas Bardolf, ‘chivaler’. (S) CPRs.

8/9/1405, Grant to the king’s knight Henry Fitz Hugh and Elizabeth his wife … which Thomas Bardolf had … on account of his forfeiture … (S) CPRs.

12/4/1406, Thomas declared a traitor and attained.

1407, Henry Percy, with the support of Thomas Bardolph and some Scots, recrossed into England. They were trapped by royal forces at Braham Moor in Yorkshire.

2/18/1407, Thomas wounded and captured at the battle of Bramham Moor, Yorkshire; but died before being executed. [His head was placed on one of the gates of Lincoln. The earl was killed.]

[––Avice––]

4/27/1407, The King restored Ruskynton to Avice with the manor of Calthorpe and other lands.

5/30/1408, Writ for IPM of Thomas Bardolf, Knight. Oxford: Edward II gave the manor of Holton to Roger Damory and Elizabeth his wife, the king’s niece, and the heirs of Roger. So they held it, Roger in his demesne as of fee, Elizabeth in free tenure. Elizabeth died. Roger had issue Elizabeth and died. She held it, and had issue William. He held it, and had issue Thomas Bardolf, knight. His son Thomas Bardolf, knight, had issue Anne, wife of William Clifford, knight, and Joan, now wife of William Phelip. Thomas held the manor until the judgment against him in the parliament of 1406 at Westminster. … He died on 18 Feb. last. Anne and Joan are his daughters and heirs, aged 19 years and more, and 18 years and more. Leicester: Henry II by letters patent granted to Thomas Bardolf and his heirs by Rose, daughter of Ralph Hauselyn, the manor of Hallaton, … Ralph Hauselyn, grandfather of Rose, … Thomas held it and it descended successively to Dodo, his son by Rose, to William his son, William his son, Hugh his son, Thomas his son, William junior his brother, Thomas his son, John his son, William his son, and so to Thomas Bardolf, knight, his son, who had issue Anne, wife of William Clifford, knight, and Joan, now wife of William Phelip. … Nottingham … Hertford … Edward I by letters patent granted the manor of Watton at Stone to Isabel, widow of Hugh Bardolf, for life with remainder to William her son and his heirs, and so it descended to Thomas Bardolf, knight … Sussex: … Edmund Gonevyll … the manor of Barcombe, … should remain to Edmund and John de Lenne, and the heirs of John, should remain to John Bardolf of Wormegay, Elizabeth his wife, and the heirs of their bodies. They held and it descended to William their son, and Thomas Bardolf, knight, his son. … (S) CIsPM.

1421, Avice died.

10/1/1421, Writ for IPM of Annis late the wife of Thomas late lord de Bardolf in Norfolk and Suffolk. (S) CFRs.

11/7/1421, Order to the escheator in the county of Suffolk … to make a partition into two equal parts of all the lands in his bailiwick late of Annis late the wife of Thomas late lord de Bardolf … and to cause William Phelipp, knight, and Joan his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of the said Annis, to have full seisin of Joan's pourparty, as the king had taken William's fealty and for one mark paid in the hanaper has respited until Easter next the homage due from him by reason of his having issue by his wife… to retain in the king's hand until further order the pourparty of Anne the other daughter and heir of the said Annis. (S) CFRs.

(S) A Gen. and Heral. Dic., Burke, 1831, P25.

Family notes:

·         The ancestors for 10 generations of the Bardolf lineage are given in a confirmation of a grant of 5/10/1438 to Anne and Joan, daughters of Lord Thomas Bardolf and Avice de Cromwell.

·         3/21/1413, Revocation … manor of Haloughton, … of letters patent of Henry IV … granting the manor … to his consort Joan, queen of England. … by an inquisition … that Henry [III] by letters patent granted the manor to one Thomas Bardolf and his heirs of the body of Rose the daughter of Ralph Hanselyn … of the inheritance of Ralph Hansely grandfather of the said Rose … descended to one Dodo … to William … to Hugh … to Thomas … without heirs … to William son of the said Hugh … to Thomas … to John … to William … to Thomas, late lord Bardolf … descended to Anne [eldest sister] … and Joan [Bardolf] … (S) CPRs.

·         Thomas’ brother William became his heir, dying without children in 1424. Anne and Joan became William’s heirs.

Children of Thomas and Avice:

i. Anne Bardolf, born 6/24/1389 in England.

1409, “Anne, daughter of Thomas, Lord Bardolf, and wife of William Clifford, knight: Lincolnshire (proof of age).” (S) UKNA.

5/20/1409, Writ for Proof of age of Anne daughter of Thomas Lord Bardolf and wife of William Clifford, Knight. The jurors say that she is aged 19 years and more, having been born in Tattershall castle and baptised in the parish church there on 24 June 1389 … (S) CIsPM.

6/28/1409, William Clifford, ‘chivaler,’ and Anne his wife [sister of Joan] and William Phelippes (1901422) and Joan his wife, daughters of Thomas, late lord Bardolf, … (S) CPRs.

By 11/7/1421, Anne married 2nd Reynold, Cobeham, knight.

11/18/1423, Order to the escheator in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk … William Bardolf, knight, on the day of his death held the manor of Scrouteby, co. Norfolk, and the manor called 'Kyngeshalle' in Clopton, co. Suffolk, together with the advowson of the church of Debach … Anne late the wife of William Clifford, knight, whom Reynold Cobeham, 'chivaler,' has taken to wife, and Joan the wife of William Phelipp, knight, the daughters of Thomas the brother of the said William Bardolf, are the kinswomen and next heirs. (S) CFRs.

of the said William Bardolf, and of full age

Bef. 5/10/1438, William Clifford died.

3/11/1446, Anne left ‘the best furred mantle’ in the will of her sister Joan.

1453, Anne died without issue. (S) UKNA.

ii. Joan Bardolf (1901423), born 11/11/1390 in Tattershall castle, Lincolnshire, England.


Sunday, August 22, 2010

Lord William Phelip & Julian Erpingham

3802844. Lord William Phelip & 3802845. Julian Erpingham

~1345, William Philippes born in Dennington, Suffolk, England; s/o §§William Phelip & Katherine Chamberlain.

~1360, Julian born in England, d/o 7605690. Sir John Erpingham.

11/6/1363, William, for services associated with a highway, granted for 1 year to take from all persons passing customs to be applied in the repairs.

Julian 1st married Roger Hauteyn, s/o William.

Roger was killed at Ingworth by Sir John de Colby. (S) Hist. & Antiq. of Norfolk, 1781, P248.

1371, William’s mother Katherine died; leaving him Little Wilbraham.

2/25/1373, Order to deliver in dower to Maud who was wife of Thomas de Veer earl of Oxford tenant in chief such as are in his bailiwick of the knights' fees … one knight's fee and a half in Little Wilberham held by William Phelip and his parceners at 100s. … (S) CCRs.

12/2/1375, William and others pardoned for £50 of their trespass in acquiring in fee the castle and town of Orford, Suffolk. (S) CPRs.

6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, son of the Black Prince, succeeded Edward III as King of England.

5/1378, William de Ufford earl of Suffolk … to … knights … William Phelip … Quitclaim of the castle and town of Orford, the manors of … (S) CCRs. [Many receivers listed.]

[––William & Julian––]

~1380, William married Juilian.

5/1/1383, William an executor of William de Ufford, late earl of Suffolk.

10/1/1383, … complaint by Margaret Mareschall, countess of Norfolk, that Roger Boys, knight, William Phelipp,… and others broke her closes and houses at Framelyngham, Bongey and Saham, co. Suffolk, felled her growing trees, fished in her fishponds, and carried away trees, timber …

7/20/1386, Feoffment of William Phelip of Denyngton, … to John atte Grene of Somerleton. (S) UKNA.

5/1387 at Colby, Simon de Felbrigge knight to William Philipp and Juliana his wife. Gift of a yearly rent of £10, to be taken during the life of the said Juliana of the grantor's manor of Colby and of all his lands in Banyngham, Colby, Tutyngton, Erpyngham, Southfelde, Felmyngham and Ingworth called Guchil, … and for greater security he has put them in seisin by payment of 2d. (S) CCRs.

1390-91, William Phelip and others to grant messuages, land, rent, and a mill to the abbess and sisters of the Order of Minoresses at Bruisyard (Suffolk). (S) UKNA.

1392, William lord of Little Wilbraham.

2/18/1395, William Phylipp witnessed a feoffment of the manor Chebenhale in Fresyngfeld by John Straunge, kt. (S) UKNA.

3/6/1399, William Philippe, nobleman, and Juliana his wife, noble woman, of the diocese of Norwich granted an indult to choose their confessor, who, after hearing their confession, may grant them absolution and enjoin a salutary penance. (S) Cal. of Papal Reg’s, V5, 1904, Regesta 68.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England. [Richard II died a prisoner in the Tower.]

10/1399, John Glemham to Thomas Erpyngham (Juliana’s brother), Simon Felbrigge knights, William Phelipp and Juliana his wife, and to the heirs and assigns of the said Thomas, Simon and William. Quitclaim of all the lands, rents and services which they had at this date in Little Glemham. (S) CCRs.

12/5/1399, Commitment to Thomas Erpyngham, 'chivaler,'—by mainprise of … and William Philippes of the county of Suffolk,—of the keeping of the manors of Framelyngham Castell, Kelsalc and Same, co. Suffolk … (S) CFRs.

5/28/1400, William and others on a commission in Suffolk about the tolls and customs of Dunwich and its port.

12/5/1402, William Phelip of Suffolk a mainpernor for Edmund Barry. (S) CCRs.

11/1403 at Denham, Henry Popham esquire, … Quitclaim of the manor of Denham co. Suffolk … Witnesses: … William Philipp, … (S) CCRs.

By 1405, William died.

[––Julian––]

1412, Julian [aka Gillian] occupied Little Wilbraham.

Juliana died.

 (S) Memorials of the Cranes of Chilton, Appleton, 1868, P64. (S) The Gentleman’s Magazine, V159, P261. (S) Topo. Hist. of the Co. of Norfolk, V6, 1807. (S) The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster, Castor, 2000, P75. (S) Hist. of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, V10, 2002, Little Wilbraham.

Family notes:

·         Katherine Chamberlain previously married to ? Hemesi, and had a son Brian Hemesi.

·         1369, Katherine Chamberlain and her sister were heirs to their brother William Chamberlain.

·         Some genealogies make Julian d/o Sir Robert Erpingham – but this is not supported by the timeline.

·         6/27/1428, Julian sister and heir of her brother Sir Thomas Erpingham. (S) Hist. & Antiq. of Norfolk, 1781, P248.

·         2/26/1429, Writ for IPM for Thomas Erpyngham, Knight. Lincolnshire: … He held £100 rent for life … Thomas died 6/27 last. William Philip, knight, is kin and next heir of Thomas as the son of Juliana sister of Thomas, aged 40 and more. (S) CIsPM.

Children of William and Julian:

i. William Phelip (1901422), born 1383 in England.

ii. John Phelip, born 1384 in England.

John, the younger married Matilda, widow of Walter Cooksey.

11/16/1408, John Phelip, William Phelip (1901422) and John Wynter to Richard lord Grey. Recognisance for 200 marks, to be levied etc. in Worcestershire. (S) CCRs.

John married 2nd Alicia [born 1404, d/o Thomas Chaucer & Matilda Burghersh.]

1413, The manor of Laon, owned by the crown, granted to John and his wife Alice.

1414, John enffeofed Thomas Chaucer with the manor of Laon.

1415, Sir John Phelip knighted with a Yorkist collar.

6/20/1415 in London, Sir John Phelip wrote his will leaving his brother William as his heir: other mentioned – wife Alice, late wife Matilda and 3 children of Walter Cooksey, Sir Thomas Erpingham “mon oncle”, Andrew Botiller his brother-in-law.

9/2/1415, John, age 31, died in Harfleur of dysentery. John had 30 men-at-arms and 90 archers in his retinue. (S) De Antiquis Legibus Liber, Stapleton, 1846, P-CLVI.

Alicia married: Thomas, earl of Salisbury, and William de la Pole, 1st duke of Suffolk.

1475, Alice died.

iii. Katherine Phelip, born ? in England.

Katherine married Sir Andrew Boteler, knight.


Saturday, August 21, 2010

Vincent Gaulin & Marie Bonnemer

15566. Vincent Gaulin & 15567. Marie Bonnemer

1600, Vincent born in St-Martin-du-Vieux-Bellême, Perche, France.

1600, Marie “Boudemer” born in France.

1619 in Vieu-Belleme, Perche, France, Vincent, age 19, married Marie, age 19.

Bef. 9/13/1654, Marie died.

Children of Vincent and Marie:

i. Vincent Gaulin, born 1/7/1620 in St Martin du Vieux, Belleme, France.

ii. Marie Gaulin, born 5/11/1623 in St Martin du Vieux, Belleme, France.

iii. Pierre Gaulin, born 5/14/1627 in St Martin du Vieux, Belleme, France. [Twin]
4/21/1664 in Chateau Richer, Canada, Pierre married Jacqueline Lauvergnat.
11/16/1677, Pierre, age 50, died in Ste Famille, I.O.

iv. Marguerite Gaulin (7783), born 5/14/1627 in St Martin du Vieux, Belleme, France. [Twin]

v. Francois Gaulin, born 8/25/1630 in St Martin du Vieux, Belleme, France.
9/25/1657 in Quebec, Canada, Francois married Marie, d/o Julien Rocheron & Martine Lemoine.
12/8/1675, Francois, ag3 45, died in Ste Famille, I.O.

Antoine Crete & Jeanne LeGrand

15564. Antoine Crete & 15565. Jeanne LeGrand

11/21/1592, Antoine born in St-Aubin de Tourouvre, Orne, Basse Normandie, France.

4/15/1595, Jeanne born in St-Aubin de Tourouvre, Orne, Basse Normandie, France; d/o §Noel LeGrand.

10/29/1619 in Tourouvre, Orne, Basse Normandie, Antoine, age 27, married Jeanne, age 24.

1638, Jeanne, age 43, died.

Children of Antoine and Jeanne:

i. Marguerite Crete, born 8/4/1622 in St Aubin de Tourouvre, Perche, France.

ii. Francoise Crete, born 2/3/1625 in St Aubin de Tourouvre, Perche, France.

iii. Jean Creste (7782), born 11/8/1626 in St Aubin de Tourouvre, Perche, France.

iv. Marie Crete, born 4/28/1632 in St Aubin de Tourouvre, Perche, France.

Henri Pinguet & Louise Lousche

15562. Henri Pinguet & 15563. Louise Lousche

1/22/1589, Louise born in St Aubin, Orne, France; d/o §Jean Lousche & §Jeanne Lemoyne.

12/22/1590, Henri born in St Aubin, Orne, France; s/o §Noel Pinquet & §Louise Lambert.

1612 in St Aubin, Tourouvre, France, Henri, age 22, married Louise, age 23.

5/31/1634, Henri, a merchant in France, moved his family to New France; where he owned the Pinguet fief.

2/14/1647, Antoine Brassard received a concession next to the property of Henri Pinguet.

5/19/1649, Louise, age 60, died in Quebec, Canada.

1654-67, Henri signed a deed of sale of Pierre Soumandre.

4/2/1657, Henri a church warden in the parish of Quebec.

1666 census of Comte de Montmorency; Henri 78 and a widower, Noel 35, Marie Madeleine Dupont 30 [Noel’s wife], Noel’s children: Marie Madeleine 12, Jean 10, Pierre 7, Anne 5, Catherine 3; Rene Binet 25 – domestic, engage, Urbain de la Forest 20 – engage.

1/2/1671, Henri, age 81, died in Quebec, Canada.

Children of Henri and Louise:

i. Francoise Pinguet (7781), born 3/17/1625 in Tourouvre, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.

ii. Noel-Joseph Pinguet, born 1/6/1630 in Tourouvre, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.
10/15/1652 in Quebec, Canada, Noel married Madeleine, d/o Jean Dupont & Marie Gauchet.
6/11/1685, Noel, age 55, died in Quebec.

iii. Pierre Pinguet dit Laglardiere, born 4/14/1631 in Tourouvre, Orne, Basse-Normandie, France.
11/4/1569 in Quebec, Canada, Pierre married Anne Lecavalier.
4/21/1704, Pierre, age 73, died in Ste Foy.

Jean Emard & Marie Bineau

14962. Jean Emard & 14963. Marie Bineau

7/2/1604, Marie born in France.

1605, Jean born in France.

1620 in Niort, France, Jean, age 15, married Marie, age 16.

Bef. 3/29/1631, Jean died in St Andre, Niort, France.

Marie married 2nd Antoine Leurin, a tailor.

Aft. 5/21/1648, Marie died in France.

Children of Jean and Marie:

i. Barbie Emard, born 1620 in St Andre, Noret, Poitou, France.
1644 in La Rochelle, France, Barbe married Gilles Michel.
5/21/1648 in St Barthelemy, La Rochelle, France, Barbie married widower Olivier Tardif, clerk for Compagnie des Cent-Associes [Company of 100 Associates – controlling agency of New France].
Bef. 1/1659, Barbe died in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Canada.

ii. Marie Madeleine Emard (7481), baptized 8/1/1626 in St Andre, Noret, Poitou, France.

iii. Anne Emard, born 10/22/1627 in St Andre, Noret, Poitou, France.
11/16/1649 in Lauzon, Quebec, Canada, Anne married Guillaume Couture.
1/17/1700, Anne, age 73, died in Lauzon, Quebec.

Antoine Destroismaisons & Jeanne Larcherer

14936. Antoine Destroismaisons & 14937. Jeanne Larcherer

~1570, Antoine born in Trois Maisons, Bazinghen, Boulongne, Picardie, France.

~1570, Jean born in Trois Maisons, Bazinghen, Boulongne, Picardie, France; d/o §Francois Lacherer & §Jeanne Roy.

Family notes:
• Picardie is now the Department of Somme, parts of Pas de Calais and Aisne. It extends from the English Channel along the Somme and Oise Rivers to the Belgian border.

Child of Antoine and Jeanne:

i. Adrien Destroismaisons (7468), born 8/14/1600 in the hamlet of Trois-Maisons in Bazinghen, diocese of Boulogne, Picardy, France.

Eustache Robin & Madeleine Avrard

14502. Eustache Robin & 14503. Madeleine Avrard

~1566 Madeleine born in Montague, Orne, France.

1567 Eustache born in Montague, Orne, France.

1590 Eustache married Madeleine.

1586–1618 Eustache died in Perche, France.

1595–1660 Madeleine died in Montague, Orne, France.

Child of Jacques and Marie:

i. Marie Mathurine Robin (7251), born 1592 in St. Jean, Mortagne, Perche, France.

Jacques Guyon & Marie Huet

14500. Jacques Guyon & 14501. Marie Huet

1/6/1560, Jacque born in St. Jean Mortagne, Tourouvre, Perche, France; s/o §Mathurn Guyon.

1/6/1567, Marie born in St. Jean de Montague, Orne, Tourouvre, France.

1/6/1578, a Monday, at Tourouvre, Jacques a witness to a sale of land.

4/15/1578, a Friday, at Tourouvre, Jacques and Marie made a mutual donation to each other – this was their marriage contract.

4/15/1583, Jacques married Marie in St. Jean, Montague, Sees, Perche, France.

9/21/1588, daughter Marie baptized.

9/18/1592, a Friday, son Jean baptized in St. Aubin Church, Tourouvre, Perche, France. His godfathers were Jean Collin and Pierre Dolinet and his godmather Catherine Goddin.

9/22/1623, Jacque died in St. Jean, Mortagne, Tourouvre, Perche, France.

2/25/1626, Marie died in St. Jean, Mortagne, Tourouvre, Perche, France.

Children of Jacques and Marie:

i. Marie Guyon baptized 9/21/1588 in Tourouvre.
Godparents were Francois Lousche and Marie, widow of Jean Charpentier.
Marie married Thomas Crete, a local bourgeois merchant.

ii. Jean Guyon (7250), baptized 9/18/1592 in St. Aubin Church, Tourouvre, Perche, France.

Loup Mercier & Jeanne Gaillard

14386. Loup Mercier & 14387. Jeanne Gaillard

1586, Loup born in France.

1586, Jeanne born in France.

6/25/1611 in France, Loup, age 25, married Jeanne, age 25.

Children of Loup and Jean:

i. Denise Mercier (5002), born 1612 in Les Sables d’Olonne, Lucon, Poitou, France.

ii. Jeanne Mercier (8035), born 11/25/1622 in Les Sables d’Olonne, Lucon, Poitou, France.

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10004. Rev. Thomas James & 10005. Olive Ingoldsby

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10/5/1595, Thomas baptized in Boston, Lincolnshire, England.

6/24/1602, Olive baptized at Fishtoft, Lincolnshire, England; d/o §Rev. Anthony Ingoldsby & §Dorcas Bulkeley.

1614, Thomas graduated at Cambridge.

1618, Thomas received a 2nd degree form Emanuel College, Cambridge.

Thomas became a minister in Lincolnshire.

4/20/1620 in Fishtoft, Thomas married Olive.

Bef. 4/22/1627, Olive died in England.

Thomas married 2nd Elizabeth ?.

6/5/1632, Thomas and family traveled to Boston, MA on the ship “William and Francis” to start a new ministry. He formed a congregation from 35 members dismissed from the The Great House at Market Square. The new congregation met in City Square at the former home of Governor John Winthrop.

11/2/1632, Thomas ordained in Charlestown, MA where he became a minister.

3/1636, Thomas left Charlestown went dismissed by his congregation.

1639, Thomas arrived with his son Thomas in Providence, RI, where he became one of the 13 first proprietors. A member of the First Baptist Church, he was also Town Treasurer.

3/20/1640, Thomas, sold his house in Porvidence to William Field, moved, and was named a freeman in New Haven.

10/7/1642, Thomas one of three ministers sent to VA; but was ordered to leave because he would not conform to the English Church.

6/1643, Thomas returned to New Haven, CT.

1648, Thomas returned to Charlestown, MA.

Thomas returned to England where he was a minister in Needham, Suffolk.

1662, Thomas ejected from the Needham ministry for non-conformity.

2/13/1683, Thomas died in Needham.

Child of Thomas and Olive:

i. Thomas James (5002), born 1620-25 in England.

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9992. Henry Wood & 9993. Margaret Dynnes

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7/16/1587 in Mitcham, Surrey, England, Henry married Margaret.

Child of Henry and Margaret:

i. John Wood (4996), christened 4/12/1590 in Mitcham, Surrey, England.

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9824. John Pyle & 9825. Mary Withers

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Mary born in England; d/o §Thomas Withers Sr.

1620, John married Mary in Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire, England.

12/22/1651, John wrote his will: Son John, tenne pounds, Son Robert thirty pounds, Son Nicholas thirty pounds, wife, Mary, if she marries, then to two younger sons, Robert and Nicholas, each twenty pounds. Wife Mary as Executrix of his will and it was witnessed by his father-in-law Thomas Withers Sr., and brother-in-law Thomas Withers Jr.

4/19/1652, John buried in Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire.

10/17/1666, Mary wrote her will in Bishops Cannings.

Child of John and Mary: [8 children]

i. Nicholas Pyle (4912), born 3/13/1625 in Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire, England.

Mathurin Landry & Damiane Desavis

8100. Mathurin Landry & 8101. Damiane Desavis

Mathurin born in Nueilly-sur-Eure, France.

Mathurin a master tailor.

11/8/1620 in St Madeleine parish, Ventrouze, Perche, France, Mathurin married Damiane, a resident of Ventrouze.

7/16/1643, Mathurin employed in Trois Rivieres, Canada, by the Jesuits. Mathurin a sponsor of an Amerindians’ baptism.

7/29/1643 in Trois Rivieres, Mathurin a sponsor of an Amerindians’ baptism.

1643, Mathurin returned to France.

Family notes:
• Noel Desavis, and likely Sebastien Desavis, were brothers of Damiane.

Children of Mathurin and Damiane:

i. Guillaume Landry (4050), baptized 2/23/1623 in La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, France.

ii. Sebastient Landry, baptized 3/13/1624 in La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, France.
Godparents Sebastien Desavis and Louis, wife of Julian Lehoux.

iii. Robert Landry, baptized 3/181630 in La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, France.

iv. Jean Landry, baptized 3/25/1636 in La Ventrouze, Tourouvre, France.
Godparents Jean Laroche Aleaume and Madeleine, wife of Noel Desavis.

Rene Boileau & Joachine Serrant

8078. Rene Boileau & 8079. Joachine Serrant

2/18/1611, Rene born in St Saturnin, La Baste, Tours, France.

1620, Joachine born in France.

1640 in St Jean, Derce [Vienne], France, Rene married Joachine.

Rene, Sieur de la Gouppillière, Esquire.

Children of Rene and Joachine:

i. Marguerite Boileau, born 8/11/1638 in St-Jean d'Arcay, Chatellerault, Poitiers, France.
1662, Marguerite left for New France before her sister Marie.
1663 in Chateau Richer, Marguerite, age 25, married Jean Serreau, age 42.

ii. Marie Boileau (4039), born 1649 in St-Jean d'Arcay, Chatellerault, Poitiers, France.

Louis Gagne & Marie Launay

8040. Louis Gagne & 8041. Marie Launay

1580, Louis born in St Cosme en Vairais, Sarthe, France.

1590, Marie forn in St Cosme en Vairais, Sarthe, France.

1604 in St Cosme en Vairais, Sarthe, France, Louis, age 24, married Marie, age 14.

Louis was a miller at Guemansais.

4/9/1640, Marie died in St Cosme en Vairais.

Children of Louis and Marie:

i. Pierre Gagne, born 1/2/1610 in St Martin d’Ilge, Perche, Orne, France.
1638 in St Come de Var ou Jauze, France, Pierre married Marguerite Rosee.
4/30/1656, Pierre, age 46, died in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Canada.

ii. Louis Gagne (4020), baptized 9/13/1612 in St Martin d’Ilge, Perche, Orne, France.

Claude Poulin & Jeanne Mercier

8034. Claude Poulin & 8035. Jeanne Mercier

1/26/1616, Claude baptized in St Maclou, Rouen, Normandie, France, s/o §Pascal Poulin & §Marie Levert. Godparents: Claude Levert, Marie Leclect.

11/25/1622, Jeanne born in Les Sables d’Olonne, Lucon, Poitou, France; d/o 14386. Loup Mercier & 14387. Jeanne Gaillard.

Calude was educated and learned to write his name.

6/11/1636, Claude arrived in Quebec on the vessel of Sieur Courpon.

8/8/1639 in Quebec, Claude, age 23, married Jeanne, age 17. Attending: Robert Giffard, Guillaume Boivin.

1/1/1641, Claude and family lived in Trois Rivieres.

1/14/1641, Claude godfather to Amerindian Rose Quenebechimouxour.

Bef. 1645, Claude and family returned to France where 2 children are born.

4/7/1646 in Paris, France, Oliver le Tardif ceded Claude 6 arpents in Beaupre.

1647, Claude and family returned to New France.

11/11/1650, Claude and Abel Benoit contracted with Olivier Tardif to work a farm, called Toussaincts, together for 6 years.

9/18/1651, Claude granted a full concession of 6 arpents frontage from Olivier Le Tardiff in what would become Ste Anne de Beaupre.

Claude donated 50 livres to a new church.

2/2/1660, Claude and multiple daughters were confirmed by Msgr. Laval at Chateau Richer.

1661, the Jesuits recorded that 2 of Claude’s children were likely taken by the “Yroquois”.

1661, Claude gave 16 livres to the church.

1662-66, Claude gave the church fabrique [account] 8 livres, 7 minots of wheat, and a minot each of peas and corn.

1663, Claude received 22 livres, 9 sols for the scroll on the church door, for a piece of wood, and for a pint of eau-de-vie.

6/7/1665, Claude ceded to Abel Benoit 7 perches of frontage.

1666 census, Claude a carpenter.

1667 census, Claude with 8 cattle and 20 arpents of land.

9/30/1670 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Claude attended the wedding of 1936. Nicolas Bouchard & 1937. Anne LeRoy.

1678, Claude strengthened the bell tower of the church.

1679, Jeanne provided food to the roofers of the church; for which she received 3 minots of wheat and 12 pounds of butter from the pastor.

11/11/1681 in Chateau Richer, Claude attended the weddings of 1864. Charles Fortin dit Bellefontaine & 1865. Marie Sainte Cloutier; and 2008. Pascal Mercier & 2009. Anne Cloutier.

12/14/1687, Jeanne, age 65, died in Beaupre.

12/17/1687, Claude, age 71, died in Beaupre. [There was an epidemic that year. Their children gave 72 livres to the church for their burials.]

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Family notes:
• 7/23/1612, Claude’s older brother Jean baptized in the same church.

Children of Claude and Jeanne:

i. Marie Poulin (4017), baptized 1/1/1641 in Trois Rivieres, Canada.

ii. Pascal Poulin, born 2/15/1645 in St Maclou, Rouen, Normandie, France.
1661, Pascal lost in the woods or taken by the Iroquois.

iii. Madeleine Poulin, born 6/27/1646 in St Maclou, Rouen, Normandie, France.
11/19/1659 in Quebec, Madeleine married Pierre Maufils.

iv. Martin Poulin, born 6/26/1648 in Quebec, Canada.
1/21/1688 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Martin married Jeanne, d/o Jean Barette & Jeanne Bitouset.
1/15/1710, Martin, age 62, died in Ste Anne de Beaupre.

v. Rene Poulin, born 1/27/1651 in Quebec, Canada.
1661, Rene lost in the woods or taken by the Iroquois.

vi. Ignace Poulin, born 12/19/1655 in Quebec, Canada.
8/23/1683 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Ignace married Marguerite, d/o 3652. Robert Pare & 3653. Francoise Lehoux.
Bef. 3/30/1720, Ignace, age 65, died in St Joachim.

vii. Marguerite Poulin, born 10/4/1658 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Canada.
8/7/1673 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Marguerite married Jean Gencien Amiot, s/o Mace.
5/19/1722, Marguerite, age 64, died in Quebec.

viii. Marie Poulin, born 10/4/1658 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Canada.
4/17/1679 in Ste Anne de Beaupre, Marie married Etienne Lessard, s/o Etienne.

ix. Pierre Poulin, born 8/7/1664 in Chateau Richer, Canada.
11/13/1689 in Beaupre, Pierre married Anne, d/o Robert Giguere & Amiee Miville.
10/16/1709, Pierre, age 45, died in Hotel Dieu du Quebec.

Jacques Blais & Louise Penigaud

8000. Jacques Blais & 8001. Louise Penigaud

12/2/1629, Louise died in Melleran, Angouleme, France.

4/30/1634 in Melleran, Angouleme, France, Jacques attended the wedding of his son Mathurin.

Children of Jacques and Louise:

i. Mathurin Blais (4000), born 6/16/1607 in Hanc, Angouleme, France.

ii. Andree Blais, born 1610 in Hanc, Angouleme, France.
6/9/1630 in Hanc, Angouleme, France, Andree married Francois Bonnet.

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