Monday, December 13, 2010

G21: 1901508

1901508. Philip Malpas

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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.

8/6/1421, Philip granted the guardianship and patrimony of Dionisia, daughter of John Beaumond.

8/31/1422, Henry VI became king of England when his father died.

1428, Philip a juror and auditor of London.

3/1432, Philip M.P. for London.

1433-36, Philip an elector for London.

1439, Philip acquired a tenement and nine shops on Leadenhall street called The Green Gate. (S) The Beauties of England and Wales, V10, Pt3, P247.

9/21/1439, Philip Sheriff of London. (S) Calendar of Letter Books for the City of London.

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. [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 125£ to relieve poor prisoners in London, …] (S) A Survey of London, Stow, 1842, P42.

Child of Philip and ?:

i. Philip Malpas (950754), born ~1405 in England.

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