4990616. Sir Ralph de Willington & 4990617. Juliana ?
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~1240, Ralph born in England, s/o 9981232. Sir Ralph de Willington & 9981233. Joan Champernowne.
7/1260, Ralph, a minor, heir to his father.
7/12/1264, Commitment during pleasure to Ralph de Wylenton of the isle of Lunday, … (S) CPRs.
10/14/1264, Ralph de Wyleton, keeper of the isle of Lundy, to deliver the isle and castle to Humphrey de Bohun the younger. (S) CPRs.
1268, Ralph de Wylington held the manor of Cherrington, Hundred of Kington, by service of a knight’s fee of the Earl of Warwick. (S) A Topographical Dictionary of England, 1848.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
1276, Ralph and his wife Juliana made a quitclaim of the manor in Shrivenham Hundred to Reynold de Clifford, who at their instance granted it to Joan de Chambernun. (S) A History of the County of Berkshire, V4, 1924.
11/12/1286, Debtor: Ralph de Wilington, knight, of Glos. Creditor: Alexander de Marwell, and Richard de Wherwell, citizens and merchants of Winchester. Amount: £39 2s. 6d., for cloth sold to him and provided on credit. (S) UKNA.
1292, Ralph a Warden of the county of Devon.
10/3/1292, A writ to Ralph de Wylyngton to collect men-at-arms and archers and be at Sandwich on October 15th.
11/30/1292, A writ to Ralph de Wylyngton collect men-at-arms and archers and to join the King at Calais.
12/8/1292, A writ to Ralph to delay embarkation of his men-at-arms until the “Quindene of St. Lucy” [Dec 13th – it appears that his was not the last delay.]
1293, Ralph de Willington given licence to erect a castle at Huesberie, Worcester. (S) The History and County of Gloucester, Atkyns, 1803, P367.
6/3/1293, Ralph de Wylyngton, of the retinue of Laurence de Hastynges, Earl of Pembroke issued letters of protection. [Richard de Merton, knight, and Thomas de Bathe were with the said Ralph.]
7/11/1293–5/12/1293, Ralph of Willington Court, co. Gloucestershire, and of Umberleigh, co. Devon died “in the King’s service abroad”. [Sir Richard de Morton, Sir Geoffrey de Stawell, Sir Robert de Ornes, William Breton, Thomas de Bathe, John le Parker, and John de Wautorte had remained in the retinue of Ralph “up to the 11th of July last.”]
6/1299, Juliane living.
(S) A Genealogical History of the the Dormant, Burke, P685. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V18.
Children of Ralph and Juliana:
i. John de Willington, born ~1277 in England. [Heir]
3/16/1322, John captured at the battle of Boroughbridge; with his brother Henry, fighting with Thomas, Earl of Lancaster and the Marcher Lords, against King Edward II and the Dispensers. [Henry executed.]
6/14/1329, John, pardoned by King Edward III, summoned to parliament.
1339, John died.
ii. Henry de Willington (2495308), born ~1280 in England.
iii. Edmund de Wilington, born ~1283 in England.
7/21/1322, Christina, widow of Edmund de Wylington, states that John de Wylington enfeoffed Henry de Wylington his brother and her with the manor of Lanteglos and lands in Fawton, for term of their two lives, but that because a writ has come to him to seize Henry's lands into the King's hand, the Sheriff of Cornwall has expelled her from these lands. She requests a remedy. (S) UKNA.
iv. Reginald de Wilington, born ~1286 in England.
5/28/1322, Reginald de Wilington, parson of the church of Atherington, states that although he was never indicted or guilty in any way, the Sheriff of Devon has imprisoned him and seized his goods and chattels into the King's hand, claiming that he was an adherent of John and Henry de Wilington, his brothers, in their rebellion against the King. He is ready to acquit himself of this in any way the King requires, and requests a remedy. (S) UKNA.