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Sunday, August 1, 2010

Baron Roger de Northwode & Juliane de Say

2955116. Baron Roger de Northwode & 2955117. Juliane de Say

4/1307, Roger born in Kent, England, s/o 5910232. John de Northwode & 5910233. Agnes de Grandison.

1308, Juliane born in England, d/o 30422788. Lord Geoffrey de Say & 30422789. Idoine de Leybourne.

1317-18, Roger’s father died.

1319, Roger heir to his paternal grandfather (d.5/26/1319) and grandmother (d.6/2/1319).

7/20/1319, Grant to Bartholomew de Badelesmere, for 700 marks … [Roger’s paternal grandmother, Joan de Badlesmere] of the wardship of the manors of Shorne, Herietesham, Thornham and Bengebury, late of John de Northwode, tenant in chief, in the king's hand by reason of the minority of Roger, kinsman and heir of the said John, except certain lands in the said manors held in 'gavilkynde’, with the marriage of the heir, who was of the age of 12 years at Easter last. (S) CFRs.

8/8/1319, To eacheator beyond Trent … not to intermeddle … lands of John de Northwode, tenant in chief … he held them in ‘gavelikynde’ to wit … manor of Northwode in Sheppey … it was found that Roger son of John de Northwode [deceased], the younger, aged 12 years, Master Thomas de Northwode, Master Richard his brother, Simon and Humphrey brothers of the said Master Thomas of full age, and John, William, Thomas and Robert, brothers of the said Roger, of tender age, are the nearest heirs of the aforesaid John de Northwode, the elder, … (S) CCRs.

11/19/1321, Commitment during pleasure to the king's yeoman, Simon de Knotyngleye, of the keeping of all the lands late of John de Northwode, tenant in chief, in the king's hand by reason of the minority of his heir [Roger.] (S) CFRs.

8/31/1323, Grant in aid of his ransom to John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, taken prisoner by the Scots … of the custody during the minority of the heir of the lands of late of John de Northwode, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir. (S) CPRs.

1323, Roger married 1st, Juliane, age 15. (S) DNB, V41, 1895.

7/13/1325, Order to escheators in the counties of Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Middlesex, and the city of London … Lora late the wife of William de Peyfrerheld for life of the demise of John de Northwode the elder and Joan his wife the manors of Yoke and Wethelyng, co. Kent, with remainder to the said John and Joan and their heirs … and that Roger son of John de Northwode the younger, kinsman of the said John the elder, is the nearest heir of the said John and Joan and of the age of 17 years … she [Lora] in the form aforesaid in ‘gavelkynde’ [equal shares] … the said Roger, and William, John, Thomas and Otto, his brothers, and Thomas, Simon and Humphrey, sons of the said John de Northwode the elder, are the nearest heirs of the said John the elder … and the said Roger, Thomas, Simon and Humphrey are of full age and the said William, John, Thomas and Otto are within the age of 15 years,—to make partition of the lands … (S) CFRs.

4/28/1327, Order to the same to deliver to Roger, son of John de Northwod the younger, kinsman and heir of John de Northwod, the elder, tenant in chief of Edward II, the lands late of his said kinsman, he having proved his age and done homage. (S) CFRs.

2/20/1329, Juliane died.


7/15/1329, Roger de Northwod, son of John de Northwod, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Payn Godwyne, citizen and purse-maker (bursario) of London, £40. (S) CCRs.

Aft. 6/25/1331, Roger married 2nd Elizabeth de Seagrave, d/o Sir John de Seagrave & Juliana de Sandwich. [No children.]

3/10/1333, IPM of Stephen de Cobeham, the elder. Kent: Roundale. The manor … 120a. land, 20a. pasture, 6a. wood, 80a. salt marsh, a windmill, and 6l. 16s. rent, held of Roger de Northwode by service of 33s. yearly … (S) CIsPM.

12/11/1335, Elizabeth died.

3/10/1337, Order to deliver to Thomas de Aspale and Mirabilla, his wife, late the wife of Hugh de Sancto Johanne … the moiety of a knight's fee which Roger de Northwode holds in Bykenore, near Holyngbourn, extended at 100s. yearly … (S) CCRs.

~1339, Roger married 3rd Margery, widow of Sir Nicholas de Halughton.

5/8/1339, To Roger de Northwod. Order to direct those deputed with him by William de Clynton, earl of Huntyngdon, keeper of the maritime land in co. Kent, to stay in the island of Shepeye upon its safe custody against hostile invasions. (S) CCRs.

10/1339, Petitioner, Joan de Borghach, prioress of St Sexburga in the Isle of Sheppey. … requests remedy against [Roger de] Northwood, … and others who besieged the priory with force and arms … (S) UKNA.

2/5/1340, Roger, knight, acknowledged a debt to Ralph le Botiller and Richard de Blore of £500. (S) CCRs.

12/31/1340, Margery died of injuries sustained in an accident.

11/5/1344, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Northwode, knight, to the prioress and convent of Shepeye … Wychelyng … (S) CPRs.

4/23/1345, Roger de Northwode, knight, for a fee in Wychelyng, co. Kent, extended at 10 marks yearly, and for 2 parts of a fee in Herietesham in that county, extended at 10 marks yearly. (S) CCRs.

3/4/1346, [manor of Osprenge] Roger de Northwode, knight, holds one fee in Wychelyng, co. Kent, … 1 knight’s fee in Herietesham, co. Kent, … and for the said fee the earl and Roger owe suit to the court of Osprenge, homage, … (S) CPRs.

11/12/1347 at Depford, Enrolment of release by Edmund … Witnesses: Geoffrey de Say, …, Roger de Northwode, John de Northwode, …, knights, … (S) CCRs.

Roger married 4th, Joan, widow of Thomas Faversham.

12/4/1349, Roger’s mother died.

10/6/1350, Roger de Northwode, ‘chivaler,’ nominated letters of attorney to go on pilgrimage to Santiago in Compostella, Spain. (S) CPRs.

5/1356, Joan died.

1356, Grantor: Roger de Northwode, knight, of co.Kent. Grantee: Sir John de Scholdon, Rector of Cooling, and John Barry of co. Kent. Place or Subject: Grant of rents from lands, etc., in the parishes of St.Mary, Colechurch and St.Antholin. County: London. (S) UKNA.

8/1/1356, Roger married 5th Agnes, widow of Sir John Cobham.

1356-7, “Roger de Northwode, knight, of co. Kent. to: Sir John de Scholdon, Rector of Cooling, and John Barry of co. Kent. Grant of rents from lands, etc., in the parishes of St.Mary, Colechurch and St. Antholin. London.” (S) UKNA.

4/3/1360, Roger summoned to parliament. (S) Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Banks, P355.

1360, Richard Sheme, vicar of Eastchurch, and Peter Haddelay granted the manor of Horton by Canterbury to Roger de Northwode and Agnes then his wife and the heirs of Roger, by a fine. (S) IPM of Agnes. [Regranted back to Roger de Northwode and Agnes his wife the following February.]

11/5/1361, Roger, 2nd Baron Northwood, died.

11/14/1361, IPM of Roger de Northwode the elder, knight. Surrey: Southwerk. Tenements … held jointly by the deceased and Agnes his wife, who survives … He died on 5 November last. John de Northwode, knight, his son, aged 30 years and more, is his heir. Kent: [Manors] Schorn, Heryettesham by Ledes, Maydenstan, Yok in Fernsted, Wychelyng, Northwode Schepeye in the isle of Schepeye, Horton, … (S) CIsPM.

12/13/1361, Order to John de Ty, escheator in the county of Kent, to deliver to John de Northwod, ' chivaler,' son and heir of Roger de Northwod, the elder, 'chivaler,' the lands late of his said father. (S) CFRs.


12/16/1361, Assignment of dower of Agnes who was wife of Roger de Northwode knight tenant in chief, made 16 December 35 Edward III at Schorne by Rochester co. Kent by John de Tye escheator in that county by virtue of a writ to him addressed, in presence of John de Northwode knight son and heir. (S) CCRs.

5/28/1405, Writ for IPM for Anges, widow of Christopher Shuckburgh, formerly wife of Roger de Northwode, Knight. She held for life the manor of Stonepit in the isle of Sheppey … (S) CIsPM.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P281.

Child of Roger and Juliane:

i. John de Northwood (1477558), born 1329 in England.

ii. Roger de Northwode, born ? in England.

4/21/1364, John de Northwode knight, son and heir of Roger de Northwode knight, to Roger de Northwode knight his brother. Recognisance for £55, to be levied etc. in Kent. (S) CCRs.

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