Wednesday, August 4, 2010

G22: 3802160

3802160. Sir Nicholas Carew & 3802161. Lucy Willoughby

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~1330, Nicholas born, s/o 7604320. Thomas Carew.

~1330, Lucy born in England, heir & d/o 7604322. Sir Richard Willoughby & 7604323. Isabel Morteyn.

Lucy 1st married to Sir Thomas Huscarl.

1352, permission was given to Sir Richard Willoughby, kt., and his wife Elizabeth to grant to William and Nicholas Carew the manor of Beddington at a yearly rent of 20 marks, retaining to themselves the manor of Warlingham.

~1354, Nicholas married Lucy, acquiring the lordship of Beddington and other adjacent manors. (S) The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet, V7, Storer, 1810.

1359, an inquiry was made as to whether it was to the king’s damage that Sir Richard Willoughby granted the manor to Nicholas Carew.

1362, Lucy heir to her father of two manors at Beddington exclusive of Wallington.

5/29/1370, “Quitclaim: 1) John Hokkele, kinsman and heir of Sir Thomas Huscarl. 2) Nicholas Carreu. Manor of Beddington, 100a wood, 20s rent in 'Horle' [Horley] and the free advowson of part of the church of Beddington, and the manors of Great Purlee, Berkshire, and Brightwell, Oxfordshire.” (S) UKNA.

7/27/1371, Nicholas made Keeper of the Privy Seal.

8/12/1372, Grant to Nicholas Carreu, keeper of the privy seal, of the keeping of the lands late of Joan, late the wife of Thomas Gravesende, … (S) CPRs.

1/16/1373, Grant to Nicholas de Carreu and his kinsman, Thomas son and heir of Leonard de Carrey, a minor, of the manor of Balymaclythan, co. Meath, which pertained to the said Leonard by hereditary right after the death of his father, John de Carreu, and has come into the king’s hand because Leonard did not come or send men to Ireland to stay on the defence of the manor, pursuant … council at Guldeford; … (S) CPRs.

1373, Nicholas already had lands in Woodmanstern and had received a grant of free warren in his demesne lands.

8/3/1374, “Rental of Nicholas de Carreu of Beddington of various lands and tenements once of Richard Weleby. Rental of Nicholas de Carreu of the lands and tenements of Thomas Rote son and heir of Arnold Rote, in the custody of the said Nicholas during the minority of the said Thomas.” (S) UKNA.

1375, Nicholas granted free warren in his demesne lands of Warlingham.

11/18/1375, Nicholas Careu, Thomas, son of Leonard Carreu, and John Mattesforde, querents, and John Prescote, deforciant. … …- which John Meriet', knight, and Elizabeth [Thomas’ mother], his wife, held in dower of Elizabeth, of the inheritance of John … after the decease of Elizabeth shall remain to Nicholas, Thomas and John Mattesforde and the heirs of Thomas, … (S) Feet of Fines, Devon.

6/28/1376, Nicholas de Carreu requests permission to found a perpetual chantry of two chaplains in the church of Stoke in the hundred of Hoo for the souls of John de Malmayns, knight, and others … Roger de Beauchamp, King's chamberlain.” (S) UKNA.

8/12/1376, Thomas de Carreu (3802784), whose father Baron Leonard died in 1369, admitted into the guardianship of Nicholas de Carreu. “Nicholas de Carreu (Carew); Thomas de Carreu (Carew), son and heir of Leonard de Carreu, and kinsman of Nicholas de Carreu. … The Carreus request that the manor of Balymaclythan be granted to them and to Thomas’s heirs as it is in the king's hand by forfeiture as Leonard de Carreu was not resident in the county in accordance with the ordinance made at Guildford.” (S) UKNA.

9/12/1376, Nicholas de Carreu, guardian of the lands late of the said Leonard in Ireland, who stays in England, has letters nominating … in Ireland … (S) CPRs.

10/7/1376, … our dear and faithful knights, …, John Knyvet, Chancellor, … Nicholas de Carew, Keeper of the Privy Seal … appointed executors of the will of Edward III. (S) Testamenta Vetusta, V1, 1826, P11.

1376-7, “… Roger de Beauchamp, King's chamberlain; Nicholas Carreu (Carew), keeper of the Privy Seal.” (S) UKNA.

1377, Nicholas an executor of the will of King Edward III.

1377-9, “Petitioner: Eleanor de Parys … Hancok of Bondbury … Addresses: King and council … Nicholas Carreu (Carew); John Knyvet, chancellor … Request for remedy against Bondbury, who ravished the petitioner en route to London and stole money due from her late husband to the crown; Bondbury is currently in service in Calais with Calverley.” (S) UKNA.

6/23/1379, “Quitclaim: 1) Agnes Bonkede, kinswoman and one of the heirs of Sir Thomas Huscarl. 2) Nicholas de Carreu senior. Manor of Great Purley with appurtenances in Berkshire, manor of Beddington with appurtenances and advowson of part of the church of Beddingon, 300a wood, 22s rent in Horley.” (S) UKNA.

1380, trustees quitclaimed the manor of Nutfield to Sir Nicholas Carew.

1383, William Strete in his will desired his manor of Nutfield to be sold, for 800 if the buyer was Nicholas Carew.

1384, Edmund Strete, heir of William, quitclaimed his right to Nutfield to Nicholas.

5/18/1385, “Quitclaim 1) Nicholas Carew and John Bussebrugg [Busbridge] 2) William Ermyn, Sir Thomas Breaux, Robert Chesynhale and Richard Bodewynde. Manor of Catteshall, Godalming.” (S) UKNA.

9/29/1386, “Account roll of Thomas Knowelle, bailiff of Nicholas Carew, for Beddington for the year 1385-1386.” (S) UKNA. [Note, this includes: “Survey of the manor of Beddington: lands held by Sir Nicholas Carew in his own hand.”]

8/7/1390, Nicholas died. (S) A Hist. of the Co. of Surrey, V3, 1911.

(S) A History of the County of Surrey, V4, 1912.

Child of Nicholas and Lucy:

i. Nicholas Carew (1901080), born ~1355 in England.

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