~1320, Thomas at Halle born in Wilts., England.
11/17/1346 at Bath, Releanse by Thomas Michel, of Bath … Witnesses: William Cubbel, Mayor; Thomas atte Halle, Coroner … (S) UKNA.
1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].
1356, “Indented Charer of Nicholas Atte Slade and Joan … in Bradford, … Wit., Thos. Atte Halle, …” .
12/24/1356, “indenture between Philip Pilk … in Bradford. Wit., Thos. Atte Halle … Dated Bradford, Xtmas Eve, 30 E. III.”
1357, Thomas at Halle, of Bradford, appears as witnessing a deed.
1360, Thomas at Halle presented to the chapel of Barley in Bradford parish. (S)
1361, Thomas at Halle, of Bradford, appears as witnessing a deed.
3/5/1365, John Brokhurst, saddler, committed to prison for 10 days for rebellious conduct mainprised by Robert Frye and Thomas atte Halle for his good behavior. (S) Cal. of Plea Rolls, Thomas, 2015, P23.
1373, Thomas died.
(S) Hist. of Wiltshire, V7, 1953, Bradford-on-Avon.
· The Herald’s Visitations carry back the pedigree only to Thomas “Halle” who lived ~1280. Thomas at Halle, of Bradford, appears as witnessing a deed, now at Lacock Abbey, and dated 1320. [More than a hundred years, however, before that time, the Abbess of Shaftesbury, as Lady of the Manor, had exacted her rights of wardship and marriage from the representatives of Reginald de Aula.]
Child of Thomas and Edith:
i. Thomas Atte Halle (1901056), born 1352 in England.
Thomas came of age in 1373.