4211202. Sir Adam de Mohaut & 4211203. Isabel ?
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[Adam possibly the identified brother of Simon who married Sarra Russel; both sons of William and his wife Alice. Simon left 5 daughters, the 2nd youngest, Ismania, in the custody of Adam in 1278. Ismania married Gerard de Collum – see 5/11/1281.] (S) Ancient Bingley, Turner, 1897, P90.
5/5/1268, Grant to Adam de Monte Alto of the wardship and of the lands and lastages and heir of Thomas de Havill and Henry de Havill, who held in chief, with the marriage of the heirs. (S) CPRs.
1/24/1277, John de Baskerville with letters of protection to go to Wales with Adam de Monte Alto.
1278, “Dom. Adam de Montealto” a parishoner of Mensham. (S) Descr. Catalogue of Derbyshire Charters, Jeayes, 1906, P248.
12/28/1278, Adam de Monte Alto had the wardship of Richard de Wodestok. (S) Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, G.B. Public Record Office, 1906.
5/11/1281, Adam de Monte Alto, knight, acknowledges he owes Gerard de Collum £20. (S) Calendar of Close Rolls.
1304-6, “Isabel, late wife of Adam de Monte Alto, alias de Mohaut.” (S) UKNA.
1305-6, Adam died in Sulgrave, Northampton. (S) The Reliquary, Jewitt, 1878, P90. “Adam de Monte Alto (Mohaut): Northamptonshire.” (S) UKNA, IPM.
(S) Notes and Queries, William John Thomas, 1863, P193.
• There is another Adam de Montault in the records as far back as 1253 in the Patent rolls of Henry III. This Adam would have had to be born by 1235, and thus not likely the same Adam. This Adam is also not likely the same one with papers of protection to go to the Holy Land issued 3/3/1270. The records above may be of multiple Adams, or may be of the same. The existance of the father of Elizabeth does not appear to be in question.
• 1298–1299, “Adam de Monte Alto” given a letters of protection relating to the Scotland campaign of Edward I. This Adam died on this campaign in Scotland. (S) History of Channelkirk, Allan, 1900, P122.
• Daughter Elizabeth is sometimes listed as the d/o Robert Lord Monhault. He died in 1329 without issue and the title became extinct. Adam was of the same family as Robert.
• The Monhault name is also well known in Scotland. Writing about the “Mowats of Balquholly”: “The Norma form of this name was Monhault … Latin … Monte Alto … the High Mount … before reaching Scotland and Orcadia, they passed through England, and were Welsh lord marchers. Sir William of Montealt obtained from King William the Lion (1165–1214) the Lordship of Fern in Forfarshire, of which county Eustace de Montealto was sheriff in 1263, while in 1214 Richard de Montealto, justiciary of Scotland, witnessed a confirmation of Alexander II. Contemporary with Richard is Robert de Montealto, to a charter by whom Lawrence de Montealto is a witness.” (S) Scottish Notes and Queries: second series Vol 3, July 1901 to June 1902, Bulloch, P91.
Child of Adam and Isabel:
i. Elizabeth Monhault (2105601), born 1304 in England.