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3802844. Sir William Phelip & 3802845. Julian Erpingham

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~1340, William born in Dennington, Suffolk, England; s/o §William Phelip & §Catherine 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.

1371, William’s mother Catherine died; leaving him Little Wilbraham. [1369, Catherine and her sister were heirs to their brother William.]

William married Juilian.

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

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.

1387, William and his wife Juliana settled the manor of Colby, a parish adjacent to Erpingham on Sir Simon Felbrigg, knight, for the term of the life of the said Juliana.

1392, William lord of Little Wilbraham.

2/1/1395, William “Phylipp” witnessed a feoffment of the manor Chebenhale in Fresyngfeld.

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

12/19/1402, William Phelipp, the king’s esquire, granted 10 marks yearly for life.

By 1405, William died.

1412, Julian [aka Gillian] occupied Little Wilbraham.

(S) Memorials of the Cranes of Chilton, Appleton, 1868, P64. (S) The Gentleman’s Magazine, V159, P261. (S) Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, V6, 1807. (S) The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster, Castor, 2000, P75.

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

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.
John married 2nd Alicia Chaucer [born 1404.]
1413, the manor of Leighton, owned by the crown, granted to John and his wife Alice.
1414, John enfeofed Thomas Chaucer with the manor of Leighton.
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.

iii. Katherine Phelip, born ? in England.
Katherine married Sir Andrew Boteler, knight.

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