1408, Philip Malpas, draper, named in the will of Thomas Glynyan, draper, under whom Philip was an apprentice. [Philip likely took over Thomas’ business.]
3/20/1413, Henry V succeeded Henry IV as King of England.
5/10/1413, Debtor: John Lambyn, ... Creditor: Philip Malpas, citizen and draper [merchant] of London. Amount: £12 Before whom: Richard Whittington, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. (S) UKNA.
10/11/1418, Philip Malpas, draper, through Nicholas Martin of Lucca, alien broker, loaned John Middleton of Calais £80.
7/12/1419, Philip found guilty of ursury and ordered committed to prison until he restored to John Middleton £35. (S) Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls, Jones, 1961.
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By 1421, Philip married Johanna [previously wife of John Beaumond], widow of William Middeltone. [Philip had married his son to John’s daughter Julian.]
8/9/1421, The guardianship of Dionisia, daughter of John Beaumond, late "chaundeller," together with her patrimony, committed by William Cauntbrigge, the Mayor, and the Aldermen, and John Bederenden, the Chamberlain, to Philip Malpas, draper, who married Johanna, [late] wife of William Middeltone, executor of the said John Beaumond, Surieties. (S) CCRs. [Philip’s son Philip married Julian Beaumond.]
8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.
6/1/1423, John Bryklesworth citizen and draper of London to Thomas Hasele esquire and Philip Malpas citizen and draper of London, …. Gift of all his goods and chattels moveable and immovable, … in the city and suburbs of London, Surrey and elsewhere within the realm. (S) CCRs.
1426, Philip discharged of his guardianship of Dionisia Beaumond.
1428, Philip a juror and auditor of London.
3/1432, Philip Malpas, with John Levyng, commoners, MPs for London; with John Gedney, and William Melreth, aldermen. (S) CCRs.
1433-36, Philip an elector for London.
10/26/1434, Grant by the Mayor and Commonalty to Philip Malpas, draper, late one of the Wardens of the City's Bridge, of an annual rent of £50 charged on lands and tenements assigned to the use of the said Bridge, in recognition of the services and money expended by the said Philip whilst in office. (S) Cal. of Letter Books, London, Folio 140.
1439, Philip acquired a tenement and 9 shops on Leadenhall street called The Green Gate. (S) The Beauties of England and Wales, V10, Pt3, P247.
7/17/1439, The reply of Robert Marchall and Philip Malpas, Sheriffs of Middx. (S) UKNA.
9/21/1439, Philip Sheriff of London. (S) Calendar of Letter Books for the City of London. (S) CPRs.
1439-40, Item, for a barge to Westminster and back for the presentation of the sheriffs Robert Marshall and Philip Malpas – 3s 6d. (S) Meidieval Account Books of the Mercers of London, Jefferson, 2016, P541.
2/6/1440, Philip Malpas and Robert Marshall, sheriffs, heard an inquisition at the Guildhall in the ward of Chepe on petition of Robert Enfeld with respect to felonies. (S) CPRs.
9/1/1440, Philip, Sheriff of London, a leader of the conflict between the city of London and the Dean of St. Martins over the matter of sanctuary at St. Martins-le-Grand. (S) UKNA. [They had removed some men seeking sanctuary in the church over debt issues. Philip and the other sheriff, Richard Marchall, argued that the church of St Martin and its precinct were within the jurisdiction of the city of London.]
9/10/1440, The sheriffs, Philip and Robert Marchall, were ordered to restore the men to sanctuary. (S) UKNA.
1440, Philip, sheriff and draper of London, died. [Philip gave £125to relieve poor prisoners in London, …] (S) A Survey of London, Stow, 1842, P42.
Child of Philip and ?:
i. Philip Malpas (950754), born ~1410 in England.