Saturday, December 31, 2011

G25: 30422736 Willoughby-Roscelyn

30422736. Baron John Willoughby & 30422737. Joan Roseclyn

1/6/1304, John born in England, s/o 60845472. Robert Willoughby & 60845475. Margaret Deincourt.

~1305, Joan born in England, d/o 60845474. Sir Thomas Rocelyn.

3/25/1317, Grant to Roger Damory … of the custody of the lands late of Robert de Wylughby, deceased … to hold until the full age of the heir, together with the marriage of the heir. (S) CPRs.

1318, John de Orby, clerk, died, leaving his estate at Gunnebi to John de Willoughby, his heir, son of Richard de Wilughby. (S) The Church Builder, Cutts, 1871, P59.

Bef. 4/14/1317, John, age 13, succeeded his father. (S) Lincolnshire Notes and Queries, V5, 1898, P246. [Custody of lands and heir granted to Roger Damory.]

7/20/1319, Confirmation of the grant to Margaret, late the wife of Robert de Wylughby, tenant in chief, … by Roger Damory of his custody of all the lands and tenements, late of the said Robert de Wylughby, to hold … reserving to himself the kinghts’ fees and advowsons fo churches and the marriage of John, son and heir of the said Robert, … (S) CPRs.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

John married Joan.

1330, John de Willoughby, confirming a grant of the manor of Lilford, was called upon to justify his claim to …, free warren, view of frank-pledge, freedom from pontage, tolls, sheriff's aids, etc., in Lilford.

Aft. 5/3/1331, John’s mother died.

Bef. 8/1/1336, Joan a coheiress of her father.

9/24/1336, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Wylughby, knight, of … in Ulseby … in Wylughby church … for the good estate of him and Joan his wife, for their souls after death, … (S) CPRs.

1337, Thomas de Newmarch, … named a Custos portuum et littorum in conjunction with Sir John de Wilughby, William Deyncourt, and Adam de Welles. (S) The Newmarch Pedigree, Newmarch, 1868, P19.

10/3/1337, John de Wylughby, going beyond the seas on the king’s service in the company of Robert de Ufford, earl of Suffolk, has letters … (S) CPRs.

7/6/1339, Grant to John de Wylughby of quayage for six years from every merchant ship putting in to the port of his town of Salflet Haven, for repair of the quay there. (S) CPRs.

4/12/1340, Ratification of a demise by William de Clynton, earl of Huntingdon, … lands late of Thomas de Fournivall, … during minority of the heir, with the marriage of the heir, to John de Wylughby … (S) CPRs.

5/28/1341, The sheriff of Lincoln, to pay 1 mark to John de Wylughby, banneret. (S) CCRs.

1342, An abbot’s council convened in a case against the abbot of Swineshead concerning marshland in Gosberton [Lincolne]. Sir John de Wilughby Lord of Eresby, Sir John de Kirketon, and Sir Saier de Rochford, knights, … the said abbot’s counsel. (S) Peterborough Abbey, King, 1973, P135.

5/20/1343, Licence for Robert Tyffour, ‘chivaler,’  and Matilda his wife to enfeoff John de Wylughby, ‘chivaler,’ of one messauage and the lastage of Skyrbek, … Lincoln. (S) CPRs. [John’s wife Johanna named in another document with this couple.]

4/7/1344, John de Wylughby, lord of Eresby, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Ralph de Nevill, lord of Raby, knight, 600£ … (S) CCRs.

10/20/1344, Commission to … find by inquisition … all persons other than religious men holding of the fee of the church, having 100s., 10£., … and so on up to 1,000£ yearly of land and rent, … John de Wylughby, knight, William de Eynecourt, knight } Parts of Lyndeseye, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

4/1/1346, Margery, who was the wife of John de Chaumpayn, … Matilda, who was the wife of Sir Robert Gaynard, knt., held for her life of the inheritance of Margery, and of William, son of Ralph de Bokenham, cousin of Thomas Rocelyn and of Alice, who was wife fo Sir William Dage, knt., of Sir John de Wylughby, knt., and of Joan his wife, of Sir Robert Tyffier, knt., and Matilda his wife, of Sir Thomas de Camoys, knt., and Margaret his wife, sisters and heirs of Sir Thomas Rocelyn, knt., the manors of Whetacre and Great Hauboys, … Norfolk and Suffolk … grants a sixth part of the reversion … to Sir John de Wylughby, knt., Lord of Eresby, and Joan his wife, … (S) Notes and Extracts, Maudslay, 1884, P20.

5/16/1346, Grant to John de Wylughby that, whereas, in consideration of his great charges in defense of the town of Saltflethaven against the sea, … the king … granted … customs … shall continue … for 16 years. (S) CPRs.

8/26/1346, John Willoughby, knight banneret, fought at the Battle of Crecy with the Earls of Northampton and Arundel, arrayed with the Prince of Wales. (S) Crecy and Calais, P5.

12/7/1346, Petition by John de Wylughby, knight, and Joan his wife, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a portable altar. Granted. (S) Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers, V1, P123.

3/16/1347, By indenture, if Sir John Willoughby takes French prisoners, the ransom received was to be halved with the Black Prince. (S) Renaissance Essays, Hay, 1988, P276.

1347, John de Wylughby to send 8 men-at-arms and 16 archers to the king at the siege of Calais. (S) Crecy and Calais, Wrottesley.

9/12/1347, Petition [to the Pope]. Sir John de Wylughby, knight, and Joan his wife, of the diocese of Lincoln. Signification that thay have built in honour of the Holy Trinity a college of 13 chaplains in their town of Spillesby … pray that the bishop of Carlisle, who lives near they manor of Eresby, may be allowed to institute … (S) Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers, V1, P126.

2/4/1348, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Wylughby the elder of the advoswons … Overtoynton, Eresby and Kyrkeby, … (S) CPRs.

1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].

6/13/1349, “John de Wylughby (Willoughby), knight: Lincolnshire, Norfolk”, 2nd Lord Willoughby of Eresby, died. (S) UKNA, IPM.

10/5/1349, Prob. Test. … proctors of dame Joan de Wylughby and Sir John de Wilughby, her ex. (S) Testamenta Eboracensia, V3, 1865, P41.

4/16/1350, John, son of sir John de Wylughby, kt., quit-calims to dame Joan de Wylughby, lady d’Eresby his mother, all right of action for waste in those lands she holds in dower in the counties of Lincoln and Norfolk for the term of her life. (S) Calendar of Charters and Rolls Preserved in the Bodleian Library, 1878, P146.

6/18/1350, Licence, for 10 marks, … by John, son of John de Wylughby now deceased, for the alienation in mortmain … to celebrate devine service … for the good estate of the grantor and his mother Joan … soul of the said John, the father. (S) CPRs.

10/1350–9/1351, Lord of the Manor 1. Lady Joan Willoughby. 2. Lord John de Willoughby. (S) UKNA. [Held 18 courts.]

2/13/1351, Joan late the wife of John de Wylughby, knight, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating John Deyncourt, ‘chivaler,’ … (S) CPRs.

Joan married 2nd William Smethewayt.

1353, King Edward III grants to John of Willoughby junior and Joan, his mother, now the wife of William Smethewayt that they may complete the gift of advowsons and lands to the proposed chantry at Spilsby. (S) UKNA.

10/1356–11/1356, Lord of the Manor 1. Lady Joan Willoughby. 2. Lord John de Willoughby. (S) UKNA. [Held 2 courts.]

10/1362–8/1365, Lord of the Manor 1. Lady Joan Willoughby. 2. Lord John de Willoughby. (S) UKNA. [Held 24 courts, 3 great courts.]

(S) Lilford-with-Wigsthorpe, A History of the County of Northampton, V3, 1930.

Family notes:

·         There multiple persons named John de Wylughby at this time.

Child of John and Margaret:

i. John Willoughby (15211368), born 1328 in England.

Monday, December 26, 2011

G25: 30422630ii Ingham-Zouche

30422630ii. Lord Oliver de Ingham  & 30422631ii. Elizabeth la Zouche

~1286, Oliver born in Ingham, Norfolk, England, s/o §Sir John de Ingham.

4/1310, Oliver’s father died leaving him lands in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Suffolk and Norfolk.

1310, 1314, Oliver summoned to serve in Scotland.

1324, Oliver served under Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent in the Duchy of Aquitaine during the War of Saint-Sardos against France.

1320, Oliver, Governor of Ellesmere castle.            

12/6/1321, Writ of aid for Oliver de Ingham and Robert Lewer appointed to seize into the king’s hands all the lands and goods of Roger Dammory, Hugh Daudele, the younger, … Henry le Tyes, … John Mautravers, the younger, … and Bartholomew de Badelesmere in the counties of Oxford, Berks, Wilts and Gloucester. (S) CPRs.

1322, Oliver a supporter of the King against Earl Thomas of Lancaster; tried to hold Bridgenorth against Roger de Mortimer.

1322, Oliver made Justice of Chester.

1322, Oliver attended the king on an expedition into Scotland.

11/14/1323, Oliver ordered to pursue the adherents of Roger de Mortimer, who had escaped from the Tower in London.

1324, Oliver attended the Great Council at Westminster; appointed an advisor to Edmund, Earl of Kent in Gascony.

4/1324, Oliver sent with Edmund, earl of kent, the king’s brother, on embassy to King Charles IV of France at Paris. (S) CPRs., 3/26/1323.

1324-5, Oliver, Marshall of the English army, in the War of Saint-Sardos between King Edward and King Charles of France.

10/7/1325, Oliver Ingham appointed by Edward, duke of Guyenne and earl of Chester, as seneschal of Gascony. Oliver made attacks against French positions, including a successful attack against Agen. (S) The War of Saint-Sardos, Offices of the Royal Historical Society, 1954.

1326-7, Bonet de Sulir … in Gascony … ordered by Oliver de Ingham, then Seneschal of Gascony, to go with him, with eight mounted men-at-arms and forty foot sergeants to succour and provision the castle of Saintes. (S) UKNA.

2/19/1327, Protection for John de la Tour by testimony of Oliver de Ingham, steward of Gascony. (S) CPRs.

2/4/1327, Oliver, having  returned to England, a Commissioner of Regency [1 of 12] during the minority of King Edward III.

6/1328, Oliver, called to parliament, named Chief Justic of Chester.

2/1329, Oliver a Justice in the trial of those that had attempted to overthrow Roger de Mortimer. [Oliver conducted multiple trials over the next year.]

3/21/1330, Oliver and John Mautravers appointed to discover the adherents of Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent.

10/19/1330, Oliver at Nottingham castle with Roger de Mortimer and Queen Isabella, and sent to the Tower in London. [Like Mortimer’s sons, Oliver was never charged with a crime.]

12/8/1330, Oliver received a full pardon from King Edward III.

1331, Oliver, Justiciar of Chester. (S) UKNA.

6/1332, Oliver reappointed Seneschal of Gascony. (S) UKNA.

1337, Oliver, Seneschal of Gascony, headquarter at Bordeaux when the Hundred Years War began.

1339, Oliver defeated a French force before Bordeaux.

7/1342, Oliver, having returned to England to get fresh troops for Edward III’s campaign in Brittany, sailed back to Gascony from Dartmouth.

1343, John le Archdekne served in Gascony under Oliver de Ingham.

4/6/1343, Oliver recalled from Gascony.

1/29/1344, “Oliver de Ingham: Wiltshire, Hampshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Dorset”, Lord Ingham, knight, died; buried in Holy Trinity Church, Ingham: “Mounsier Oliver de Ingham gist icy, et Dame Elizabeth sa compagne que luy Dieux de les almes eit mercy.” Oliver died possessed of the manor of Weybread [which the husband of Joan possessed at his death.]

1350-1, “Elizabeth, late the wife of Oliver de Ingham: Wiltshire” died. (S) UKNA, IPM.

Child of Oliver and Elizabeth:

i. Joan de Ingham (15211315ii), born ~1325 in England. [Coheir]

G25: 30422628ii Stapleton

30422628ii. Gilbert de Stapleton & 30422629ii. Agnes Fitz Alan

1291, Gilbert born in England, s/o 60845256ii. Sir Miles de Stapleton & 60845257ii. Sybil Bellew.

1300, Agnes born in England, d/o 60845410. Lord Brian Fitz Alan & 60845411. Maud ?.

1307-8, Agnes, age 7, heir to her uncle Theobald Fitz Alan.

1308, Gilbert married to Agnes.

10/1313, Miles with his wife and three sons [including Gilbert], in a long list of adherents of Lancaster who were pardoned for the murder of Gaveston.

1315, Gilbert summoned to Doncaster by Archbishop Grenefield.

12/15/1317, Order not to intermeddle further with the purparty of her fathers’s lands falling to Agnes, daughter of Brian son of Alan, tenant by knight service of John, sometime duke of Brittany, wife of Gilbert de Stapelton, … Agnes proved her age before John de Evre, late escheatro beyond Trent. (S) CCRs.

1319, Gilbert summoned against the Scots.

1/27/1320, Gilbert the King’s escheator of Bedale and North Norton.

10/31/1321, Gilbert died.

Children of Gilbert and Agnes:

i. Miles de Stapleton (15211314ii), born ~1315 in England. [Heir]

G25: 30422628 Norwich

30422628. Sir John de Norwich & 30422629. Margaret ?

~1300, John born in England, s/o 2498694. Sir Walter de Norwich & 2498695. Catherine de Hedersete.

2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.

2/24/1319, Grant to John de Norwico, king’s yoeman, son of Walter de Norwico, if he shall survive his father, that he may hold, … for life the manors of Dalham and Bradefeld, co. Suffolk, formerly held by queen Margaret, which the king had granted to the said Walter for life subject to render of 50£ a year. (S) CPRs.

11/1320, John knighted.

7/1322, John given protection to serve with the king in Scotland.

10/14/1322, King Edward fought the battle of Byland [20 miles north of York] against Robert Bruce, and was nearly captured by the Scots invading south at Rievaulx abbey.

8/1324, King Edward began the “War of Saint-Sardos” with his brother-in-law King Charles of France.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

1/20/1328, John’s father died.

John married Margaret.

7/5/1329, John de Norwico, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Henry de Harnhull, knight, 250£. (S) CCRs, V1. [Sir John de Norwico, son of Sir Walter de Norwico, knight.]

10/14/1331, Pardon, at the request of Robert de Ufford, to John de Norwyco, knight, of a fine of 126 marks, for certain trespasses … (S) CPRs.

9/23/1334, Licence for the alienation in mortain by Katherine late the wife of Walter de Norwico and John son of Walter de Norwico to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, Norwich, … (S) CPRs.

1/2/1335, Appointment of John de Norwico as captain and admiral of the king’s fleet of ship of Great Yarmouth and other ports … along the coast towards the north. (S) CPRs.

12/8/1335, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Norwico, knight, to the prior and convent of Great Massingham … Norfolk. (S) CPRs.

10/15/1336, Whereas the king lately commanded John de Norwico, admiral of his fleet … void see of Norwich … gift from the king among the masters and mariners of ships of Great Yarmouth … about to put to sea with the admiral … (S) CPRs.

3/1337, Sir John appointed lieuteant of Sir Oliver de Ingham as seneschal of Gascony.

8/27/1337, Reginald de Nairford, knight, going beyond the seas on the king’s service with John de Norwico. (S) CPRs.

11/1337, King Edward, claiming the throne of France through his mother, began the 100 Years War with the battle of Cadzand, a Flemish island. With 600 men-at-arms and 2000 archers they embarked on the Thames from London. On the third tide they left Margate for Cadsant. The locals and soldiers saw them coming. The French attached the ships with archers. The English landed with battle axes, sword and lances. Wryneck, Earl of Derby, s/o Henry of Lancaster, was wounded. The English archers then decimated the French. More than 3000 French soldiers were killed. Edward III had the village burnt before returning to England. (S) Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the adjoining countries …, Froissart, P31.

6/15/1339, [Referring to licence of 1334] … now the said Katharine and John being unable for certain legal impediments to assign these … have made petition for the alienation in mortmain … to the prior and convent of Massyngham … (S) CPRs.

9/20/1339, King Edward, with a force of 12,000 attacked Cambresis, Tournai, Vermandois and Laon [in what is now far northern France.]

11/11/1339, Grant, for good service done often in the duchy [of Aquitaine] and elsewhere, to John de Norwico of an annuity of 50 marks … (S) CPRs.

1/9/1340, Pardon to Walter de Norwico and Margaret his wife for acquiring in tail from John de Norwico, his father, the manor of Dalham … and the reversion of the manor of Bradefeld, expectant on the demise of Katherine late the wife of Walter de Norwico, knight, … to enter into the manor of Bradefild on the death of Katharine. (S) CPRs.

2/1340, John de Norwich accused of unlawful seizure of a Ghent merchant's ship near Great Yarmouth.

6/24/1340, John serving with King Edward, in a fleet of 200 ships, won the Battle of Sluys against the French. The French navy guarded an inlet used as an approach to the continent. In a 9-hour battle the English attacked 166 French ships at their moorings. From his flagship, the Thomas, Edward directed the attack making maximum use of his archers. Most of the French fleet and some Genoese ships were destroyed.

4/1342, John, baron Norwich, attended the Great Council.

1342, Admiral John de Norwich built Mettingham castle.

1/22/1343, Exemption for life of John de Norwico, knight, from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions, and from appointment as mayor, sheriff, coroner, escheator or other bailiff or minister of the king, agains his will. (S) CPRs.

8/21/1343, Licence for John de Norwico to crenellate the dwelling-places of his manors of Metyngham, co. Suffolk, and Blakworth and Lyng, co. Norfolk. (S) CPRs.

John’s mother died.

10/14/1343,  Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Norwico … good estate of him and Margery his wife … (S) CPRs. [Founding of the College of Raveningham, co. Norfolk. (S) Catalogue of the Stowe Manuscripts, 1895, P621.]

3/1/1344, Pardon to John de Norwico of 10 marks wherewith he made a fine for a licence to alienate land in mortmain … (S) CPRs.

8/20/1344, Commission … to keep the peace … to John de Norwico and John de la Rokele in the town of Norwich. (S) CPRs.

10/12/1344 at Norwich, John de Stratford, Archbishop of Canterbury,…, Sir Robert de Ufford, Earlof Suffolk, Sir John Bardolf, Lord of Wormgeye, Sir John de Norwich, …, Knights, were witnesses to an agreement of Richard Spynk, citizen of Norwich, to complete some work. (S) Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, V3, 1806.

7/7/1345, Pardon, at the request of the king’s kinsman, the earl of Derby, to John de Norwico, ‘chivaler,’ … (S) CPRs.

2/1346, John as garrison commander at Engoulesme, France, was besieged by the duke of Normandy. When John’s provisions were running out he proposed a cessation of hostilities for Candlemas-day. John escaped with his garrison to Aiguillon. (S) A Complete History of England, V2, 1758, P464.

8/26/1346, John a banneret in the 1st division at the battle of Crecy. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V18, P55.

Aft. 1346, John’s son Walter died.

5/1347, John, 1 of 30 summoned to the king sithout delay with all their power.

1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].

6/1/1348, Commission of oyer to John de Norwico, … co. Suffolk … . (S) CPRs.

3/24/1349, John de Norwico, king’s serjeant-at-arms. (S) CPRs.

2/20/1350, Commission of the peace, … Robert de Ufford, earl of Suffolk, … John de Norwiche, … in the county of Norfolk. (S) CPRs.

11/2/1356, Licence, at the request of Queen Isabel, for the alienation in mortmain by John de Norwico to the prioress and convent of Brodholm of the advowson of the church of Warham, … (S) CPRs.

6/20/1358, John summoned to council.

2/6/1359, Commission to John de Norwico, … to make inquisition … county of Norfolk … (S) CPRs.

4/3/1360, Johanni de Norwico, lord Norwich, summoned to parliament.

8/26/1360, William de Morlee, staying in England … his attorney … John de Norwico received the attorney by writ. (S) CPRs.

8/15/1362, John died; buried at Ravingham.

6/15/1366, Margaret died, wardship of her lands held in dower granted to Thomas de Ufford, of the inheritance of John, son of Walter, son and heir of the said John de Norwico, which lands are extended 45£ 10s 11d yearly. (S) CPRs.

Child of John and Margaret:

i. Walter de Norwich (15211314), born ~1320 in England.

G25: 30422624 Plays-Lancaster

30422624. Richard de Plays & 30422625. Margaret de Lancaster

8/1/1296, Richard born in England, s/o 60845248. Giles de Plays & 60845249. Joan de Burgulio.

1302, Richard, age 6, when his father died.

12/29/1302, Confirmation of a grant to Margaret, Queen Consort, of the custody of the lands and heirs of Giles de Playz, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs.

3/1303, Richard’s mother Joan appointed Robert de Elmham to the rectory of Knapton.

7/7/1305, Grant to William Howard and Alice his wife … custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the manor of Knapton, … late of Gyles de Playz, tenant in chief, … (S) CPRs.

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

1310, Richard de Plaiz of the county of York. (S) Year Books of Edward II, V3, 1905, P8.

By 1316, Richard knighted. (S) Norfolk Archaeology, V30, 1952, P238.

1316, Richard de Plais held Knapton of the Earle Warren. (S) Hundred of North Erpingham, 1883, P107.

9/15/1317, Order to cause Richard de Plaiz, son and heir of Giles de Plaiz, … to have seisin of his father’s lands, as he has proved his age and the king has taken his homage. (S) CRRs.

11/20/1317, Richard de Playz summoned to parliament.

1321, Richard de Plays presented Robert de Stevington to the church of Knapton.

1/28/1322, Richard de Plaiz, going with Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke [to the Marches of Wales.] (S) CPRs.

3/14/1322, Richard de Playz summoned to parliament.

7/21/1322, Richard de Plays going on the king’s service to Scotland with Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke. (S) CPRs.

1324, Richard supervisor of the levies for Cambridgeshire.

6/8/1324, Richard de Plays going on the king’s service to the duchy of Aquitaine with Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, the king’s kinsman. (S) CPRs.

1325, Richard de Plaiz and Margaret his wife settled Knapton on themselves. (S) Hundred of North Erpingham, 1883, P107.

6/27/1325, Order to cause Richard son of Giles de Playz, kinsman of Ralph son of Richard de Plaiz, to be dischared of the scutage … for the lands of the said Ralph … armies of Scotland of the 5th and 10th years of the late king’s reign, … [Ralph’s father Richard died 1269, Ralph died in 1283.] (S) CCRs.

9/10/1325, Protection for the following going with the king’s son Edward, earl of Chester to … Richard de Playz … going beyond seas on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.

12/12/1325, Mary, late the wife of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, going beyond seas … Protection … going with the said Mary … Richard de Plaiz … (S) CPRs.

4/4/1326, Appointment … Edward de Sancto Johanne for Richard de Playz [an arrayer] in the county of Sussex. (S) CPRs.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

1327, Richard a commissioner of the peace for Cambridgeshire.

Bef. 8/23/1327, Richard died beyond seas. The hiers of John de Bassingbourne held the manor of Bassingbourne under Richard de Playz. (S) A Family History Comprising Surnames, Gowdy, 1919, P77. (S) CPRs.

10/11/1327, Order to deliver to Margaret, late the wife of Richard de Plaiz, … assigned to her in dower; … (S) CCRs.

2/25/1328, Grant, … to Richard de Waldegrave, of that which pertains to the king of the marriage of Margaret, late the wife of Richard de Plaitz, tenant in chief, that is, the fine for the marriage, or the forfeiture if she marry without licence. (S) CPRs.

(S) Peerages of England, Burke, 1831, P433. (S) The History of an East Anglian Soke, Hood, 1918, P32. (S) History and Antiquities of Norfolk, 1781. (S) De Antiquis Legibus Liber:, 1846, P-XXXXI.

Family notes:

·         1380-84, John Plays, knight. John Plays, kinsman and heir of Aveline [died at age 15], who was the wife of Edmund, brother of King Edward I, …, as the heir, Ralph son of Richard de Plays, was under age. The right has descended, … requests …, as he and his ancestors have long sued for this … Aveline [de Forz], wife of Edmund Crouchback; …; Philippa [de Plays], sister of Aveline (the elder); Richard de Plays; Ralph [de Plays], son of Richard de Plays; Giles [de Plays], brother of Ralph de Plays; Richard [de Plays], son of Giles de Plays; Richard [de Plays], son of Richard de Plays … (S) UKNA.

·         1327, Richard de Plaiz, Knt., killed at Helaw. (S) PA, P331.

Child of Richard and Margaret:

i. Richard de Plaiz (15211312), born 9/21/1323 in England.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

G25: 30422600 FitzWalter-Ferrers

30422600. Lord Robert Fitz Walter & 30422601. Eleanor de Ferrers

1247, Robert born in Henham, Essex, England, heir & s/o 30424598. Sir Walter Fitz Robert  & 30424599. Ida Longespee.

Bef. 4/10/1258, Robert’s father died.

1258, Robert’s wardship granted to his uncle Sir Stephen Longespee.

1259, Robert 1st married to Devorguille de Burgh, d/o Sir John de Burgh of Wakerley, Northants. [1 son, 2 daughters] (S) FMG.

3/12/1268, Whereas … trespasses charged against Robert son of Walter at the time of the disturbance had in the realm, … the king ratifies the said restitution … (S) CPRs.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

1274, Robert knighted.

6/27/1275, Robert had license to sell Baynard’s castle in London to the Archbishop of Cantebury. (S) CPRs.

7/18/1277, William de Wauton, gone with Robert son of Walter into Wales on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.

1/6/1278, Pardon to Robert son of Walter of 200 marks for taking a stag in the forest of Essex. (S) CPRs.

1279, Robert son of Walter holds 1 virgate of land in villenage of the abbot of Peterborough. (S) The Fourth Crusade, Munro, 1907, P5.

~1280, Eleanor born in England, d/o 23639700. Earl Robert de Ferrers & 23639701. Eleanor de Bohun.

3/3/1280, Writ after death of John de Burgo: three daughters, Dervorguilla whom Sir Robert son of Walter married, Hawis whom Sir Robert de Grelee married, and Margery who is a nun at Chikessaunt … his next heirs and of full age. (S) FMG.

7/30/1280, Commission … to Geoffrey de Leukenore and Robert son of Walter touching … Northamption … (S) CPRs.

2/8/1281, Letters for Robert son of Walter, going to Santiago [on pilgrimage], nominating … (S) CPRs.

1282, Robert fought in Wales.

2/18/1284, Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert son of Walter and John le Lou, touching … Northampton … (S) CPRs.

Aft. 9/15/1284, Devorguille died. (S) FMG: IPM of “John de Burgo the younger” – names his two [sisters] heirs, Dervergulla whom Robert son of Walter married, and Hawis whom Robert Greyll married.

7/27/1285, Grant for service in the expedition into Wales, of the custody, during minority of Lucy, daughter and heiress of Robert de Twenge, … to Robert son of Walter … of 100£ of land … Daneby and Lelum … (S) CPRs.

4/24/1286, Protection with clause volumus for Robert son of Walter going beyond seas with the king. (S) CPRs.

12/8/1287, Robert son of Walter gone beyond seas nominating … (S) CPRs.

Bef. 3/11/1290, in the King’s chapel at Westminster, Robert married 2nd Eleanor.

6/7/1292, Robert granted a market at Roydon, Essex, previously held by his father. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.

6/28/1293, Appointment during pleasure of Robert son of Walter to the custody of the castle of la Bere, with a salary of 100£. (S) CPRs.

1294, Robert ordered to relieve Bere castle.

8/24/1294, Licence for Robert son of Walter, going to Gascony on the king’s service, to let to farm … (S) CPRs.

1295-1325, Robert summoned to parliament by writ.

10/13/1295, Licence for Robert son of Walter, going to Gascony on the king’s service, enfeoff Richard de Hiwissh … 11 kingts’ fees … (S) CPRs.

1297, Robert served in Gascony.

7/22/1298, Robert fought at the battle of Falkirk, the defeat of William Wallace in Scotland.

4/12/1299, Appointment of Robert son of Walter as captain and keeper of the peace within the county of Essex. (S) CPRs.

1300, Robert at the siege of Caerlaverock castle.

By 1300, Robert married Eleanor.

2/5/1301, Licence … for Robert son of Walter to impark his wood of Shenefield, co. Essex, … (S) CPRs.

2/12/1301, Robert signed the baron’s letter to the Pope.

1303, Robert served in Scotland.

8/28/1303, Grant to the king’s kinsman, Robert son of Walter, tenant in chief, in consideration of his great expenses in divers parts, on the king’s service, … that executors of his will may hold custody of his manors of Hemehale and Disce, co. Norfolk, and Sympling, co. Suffolk, … (S) CPRs.

9/1303, Eleanor living.

Eleanor died, buried in Dunmow Priory, Essex.

1306, Robert served in Scotland.

6/7/1307, Licence for Robert son of Walter, king’s kinsman, … manors of Hemehale and Disce … (S) CPRs.

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

Bef. 5/10/1308, Robert married 3rd Alice de Montfort, widow of Sir Warin de Lisle [d/o Sir Piers de Montfort & Maud de la Mare.]

7/4/1310, Robert preparing to travel to Jerusalem with Alice his wife. (S) CPRs.

1312, Townsmen of Colchester broke the park of Robert Fitzwalter of Lexden, hunted therein, and carried off goods. (S) , A History of the County of Essex, V9, 1994.

2/4/1313, Licence for Christiana, daughter and one of the heirs of Devergulla de Burgh, to grant and release to Robert son of Walter her purparty of the lands, late of her mother, in Lexeden, … co. Essex, … co. Hertford, … which the same Robert son of Walter, sometime husband of the said Dervergulla, holds for his life … (S) CPRs.

1/2/1315, Licence for John son of William le Mareschal to grant that his manor of Lexden, co. Essex, … which Robert son of Walter holds … of the inheritiance late of Dervergulla de Burgh, sometime his wife … shall remain to the said Robert son of Walter and Alice his wife … (S) CPRs.

2/14/1315, Alice de Insula the wife of Robert son of Walter is going on pilgrimage to Santiago. (S) CPRs.

11/1/1317, Appointment of Robert son of Walter of the custody of the town of Colchester. (S) CPRs.

3/1/1318, Simple protection for Robert son of Walter going beyond seas. (S) CPRs. [Same date: Licence for Robert to demise at farm … Burhan, Wodehan, Regdon, Henham, and Teye, co. Essex, held in chief.]

6/6/1319, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert son of Walter to the prioress and nuns of St. Matthew without Rouen … (S) CPRs.

6/3/1320, Robert son of Walter going beyond seas with the king on his service. (S) CPRs.

8/6/1320, Exemption for Robert son of Walter, in consideration of his good service to Edward I and the king in the wars in England, Wales, Scotland and elsewhere, and also on account of his age, from further military service. (S) CPRs.

1/17/1326, Licence for Robert son of Walter, the elder, to enfeoff Robert son of Walter, the younger, of the manors of Lexedon and Reyndon, co. Essex, held in chief. (S) CPRs.

1/18/1326, Robert, 1st Lord Fitz Walter died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P345.

Children of Robert and Eleanor:

i. Robert Fitz Walter (15211300), born 1301 in England.

ii. Ida Fitz Walter, born ? in England.

Ida married Lord Robert de la Warde.

Ida married Sir Hugh de Neville of Essex.

G25: 30422360 Zouche-Inge

30422360. Eudes la Zouche & 30422361. Joan Inge

1300, Eudes born in England, s/o 30421150. Lord William la Zouche & 30421151. Matilda Danet.

~1300, Joan born in England, heir & d/o 60844722. Sir William Inge & 60844723. Joan ?.

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

Aft. 1309, On the marriage of Eudo and Joan, her father granted them the moiety of Stoke Mandeville [which he had acquired in 1309]. (S) The Victoria History of the County of Buckingham, 1969, P361.

Bef. 5/10/1322, Joan’s father William died.

1326, “Eudo la Zouch alias de la Zouche: Kent, Essex, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire” died; Joan claimed the moiety of Stoke Mandeville as her inheritance. (S) UKNA.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

1327, Joan married 2nd Sir William Moton of Peckleton, Leicester.

11/6/1327, Order not to intermeddle … in Lachyndon, … taken … by reason of the death of Eudo la Zouche, … he held … of the inheritance of Joan his wife by the service of 10s to the ward of Dover castle … the king has taken the fealty of William Moton, who has now married Joan, … (S) CCRs.

4/4/1328, William Moton and Joan his wife to grant land at Latchingdon to William la Zouch, clerk, for his life, retaining land in Oxfordshire. Essex. Oxford. (S) CPRs. [Eudo's younger brother.]

1328, William la Zouche served as a trustee for Willian and Joan Moton.

1346, William Moton held half a knight’s fee in Stoke Mandeville.

(S) Stoke Mandeville, A History of the County of Buckingham, V2, 1908. (S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P924.

Family notes:

·         Eudo died in 1326, and Joan claimed the manor as part of her own inheritance. She afterwards married Sir William Moton, who held half a knight's fee in Stoke Mandeville in 1346. Another Sir William Moton, [probably] his grandson, died seised in 1393 of a manor in Stoke Mandeville called Oldbury manor, which may be identified with the moiety of Stoke Mandeville, leaving a son Robert as his heir, a minor at his father's death. Robert Moton obtained seisin of the manor, but it was claimed by William la Zouche of Totteneys, the grandson of Eudo la Zouche and Joan. William based his claim on the original grant by William Inge which was made to Eudo and Joan and the heirs of their bodies, so that her heir by Sir William Moton had no right in the manor. William la Zouche was apparently successful, as he held the manor of Stoke Mandeville in 1409.

Child of Eudes and Joan:

i. William la Zouche (15211180), born by 12/1321 in England.

Friday, December 23, 2011

G25: 30422348 Moeles-Grey

30422348. Lord John de Moeles & 30422349. Maud de Grey

1269, John born in England, heir & s/o 60844696. Roger de Moels & 60844697. Mariota de Manworthy.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
~1285, Maud born in England, d/o 5910048. John de Grey & 5910049. Maud de Verdun.
1295, John age 24-26 at the death of his father.
1/26/1297, John summoned to parliament.
1297, Order to deliver to John de Moeles and his wife houses within the castle of Shireburn sufficient for them to dwell in, as the king has lent to John houses therein … (S) CCRs.
7/22/1298, John at the battle of Falkirk, the defeat of William Wallace. (S) Scotland in 1298, Gough, 1888, P144.
2/6/1299, John summoned to parliament by writ as a baron.
2/12/1301 at Lincoln, John joined in the Baron’s Letter to the Pope.
1302, John de Moeles held Duppeford by half a knight’s fee. (S) Reports … Devonshire Assoc., V31, 1899, P389.
9/15/1302, At York, John de Moeles and Matilda his wife, querents ; and John de Sancto Amando, deforciant ; manor of Northcadburi … co. Somerset ; … John de Moeles acknowledged the right of John de Sancto Amandao as by his gift … If it happen that John de Moeles shall die without heirs begotten of Matilda, then after the decease of both John and Matilda … wholly remain to the right heirs of John de Moeles, to hold of the king. (S) Somerset Record Society, V6, 1892, P394.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
1309, John de Moeles held the manor extent of Saddington. (S) History of Market Harborough, Hill, 1875, P225.
11/8/1309, IPM of John de Bosco. Hatherlegh. 2 virgrates land held of John de Moeles in chief by knight’s service. (S) CIsPM.
5/20/1310, John, 1st Lord Moels, died.
5/24/1310, date of Writ. IPM of John de Moeles [6/9] … Southampton … Nicholas his son, aged 20 on the day of St. Laurence last, his next heir. … Buckingham … Devon … Leicester … Oxford … Hertford … (S) CIsPM.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P572. (S) Historic Peerage of England, Nicolas, P323.
Children of John and Maud: [3 sons, 1 daughter]
i. Nicholas de Moeles, born 8/10/1290 in England. [Heir] (S) CIsPM.
Nicholas married Margaret, d/o Sir Hugh de Courtenay.
1311, Nicholas summoned to parliament.
By 1315, Nicholas died, his brother Roger his heir.
ii. Roger de Moeles, born 1296 in England.
Roger married Alice le Preux, d/o William de Preouz & Alice de Reigny [or Joan, d/o Fulk de Ferrers].
1325, Roger died leaving his brother John the heir.
iii. John de Moels (15211174), born bef. 9/17/1304 in England.

G25: 30422338 Hydon

30422338. Richard de Hydon & 30422339. Felicia ?

1268, at Ivelcestre, Richard de Heydon, querent ; Richard de Weghewod, deforciant ; pasture in Hengesterugge. (S) Somerset Record Society, V6, 1892, P216.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

1280, at Somerton, Alexander Tragyn, claimant, … Alexander granted the same to Richard de Heydon and Felicia his wife, to hold of him … (S) Somerset Record Society, V6, 1892, P252.

10/14/1283, Association of Richard de Heydon in the commission directed to Thomas de Sacnto Vigore … to take assizes in Cornwall and Devon. (S) CPRs.

10/27/1284, Commision … to Thoma de Sancto Vigore and Richard de Heydon, touching an appeal … count of Dorset, … (S) CPRs.

~10/1285, Richard died.

Family notes:

·         Other “Richard de Heydon” contemporary: [Or, may also be this Richard.]

·         1274-75, Richard de Heydon, seneschal to Earl Warren in Yorkshire.

·         3/30/1279, Letters for Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, going beyond seas, nominating Richard de Heydon, his steward, as his attorney until Trinity. (S) CPRs.

Child of Richard and Felicia:

i. Margaret de Hydon (15211169), born ~1275 in England.

G25: 30422332 Inkpen

30422332. Lord Nicholas de Inkpen

~1285, Nicholas born in England, s/o 60844664. Roger de Inkpen & 60844665. Joan de Halton.

By 1314, Nicholas heir to his father.

1315, John, son of Hugh de Boklond, sued Emelina, formerly wife of Roger de Ingepenne, for 98 acres of land in Ingepenne. Emelina pleaded that she held the land only for her life, of the inheritance of Nicholas, cousin and heir of Roger de Ingepenne, of the gift of Hugh de Boklond. (S) Pedigrees from the Plea Rolls, Wrottesley.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

By 1331, Nicholas heir to his mother.

11/23/1333, Debtor: Nicholas de Inkpen, the son of Roger de Inkpen, knight, of Berks. (S) UKNA.

1344, Nicholas de Inkpen settled Westcourt manor on his 5 sons; John the eldest.

1336, Debtor: Nicholas de Inkpen, lord of Inkpen [Berks.], merchant, of Berks. and of Devon. (S) UKNA.

1338, Debtor: Nicholas de Inkpen, lord of Inkpen, merchant of Berks. and of Devon. (S) UKNA.

1339, Debtor: Nicholas de Inkpen of Devon [family held fee in Dittisham in Coleridge Hundred, and in Leigh Brittevill, Plympton Hundred, Devon; also lord of Inkpen in Berks]. (S) UKNA.

12/1339, Nicholas de Inkpen at Morden. (S) Somerset Record Society, V68, P86.

1343, Creditor: Nicholas de Inkpen [family held fee in Dittisham in Coleridge Hundred, Devon, and lords of Inkpen in Berks] Amount: 100s. (S) UKNA.

1344, Nicholas de Inkpen settled Westcourt manor on his 5 sons; John the eldest.

(S) Parishes: Inkpen, A History of the County of Berkshire, V4, 1924.

Child of John and ?:

i. John Ingepenne (15211166), born ~1310 in England.

G25: 30422328 Fychet

30422328. Sir John Fychet & 30422329. Isabel ?

~1280, John born in England, s/o 60844656. Hugh Fichet.

2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.

By 1314, John succeeded his father at Spaxton.

1314, John Fichet gave to John Tremenet infee a farm called Woutham in Spaxton.

9/18/1317, Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Clyvedon, … on complaint by Walter, bishop of Exeter, that John Fichet, Edmund Fichet, … [many others] broke his park at Norton by Tanton, co. Somerset. (S) CPRs.

4/29/1319, Feoffment by John Fichet, lord of Spaxton, to Master Thomas de Litlington and Maurice de Baunton …

1320, Sir John Fychet of Spaxton a member of parliament. (S) Proceedings, Somersetshire, 1935, P49.

7/1321, Quitclaim by Maurice de Baunton for himself and his heirs to John Fichet and Isabel his wife, of his right in the manor of Spaxton.

1321, John’s lands confiscated by the king.

1325, The sheriff of Somerset ordered to restore John’s lands.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

Bef. 1337, John of Spaxton, Somerset died.

(S) De controversia in curia militari inter Ricardum Le Scrope, Scrope, 1832, P205. (S) Spaxton: Manors and other estates, A History of the County of Somerset, V6, 1992. (S) Somerset Record Society, V68, 1968.

Family notes:

·         There are multiple undated deeds in the archives of what are likely this family: e.g. “John Fichet, lord of Spaxton to Christina de la Forde : Demise, indented, for her life, of his mill of La Forde, with land and meadow …”.

·         There are also a John Fychet of Canyngton, Somerset, with a wife Edith, in numerous records contemporary with this John.

·         Fichett de Spaxton: Gules a Lyon ramp. Or, a bendlett ermyn. Fichett de Strengston [in the church of Cannington]: ye same within a border azure.

Children of John and Isabel:

i. Thomas Fychet (15211164), born ~1310 in England.

ii. Joan Fychet, born ? in England.

Joan married Thomas de Gournay, s/o Hugh de Gournay & Isabel.

1343, Thomas died.

G25: 30422304 Carmynow-Dinham

30422304. Sir Roger Carmynow & 30422305. Johanna de Dinham

Roger born in England, s/o §Roger Carmynow & Sara Hornacote.

1270, Sir Roger accompanied Prince Edward I on crusade.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

1274, Roger de Carmynou had by customery right the parking of all distresses taken in Kerrier hundred, with the right to demand a penny for each animal parked. (S) The Hundred and the Hundred Rolls, Cam, 1960, P82.

1276, Roger’s sister Maud, married to Sir Robert Heligan died.

Roger heir to his brother John.

~1293, Roger married his daughter Joan to William de Walesbraus [Whalesboro - age 5.]

1296, Roger de Carminow sought to recover against Richard de Ditchen a messuage, 80 acres of land and 10 acres of wood. (S) The Cartulary of Launceston Priory, 1987.

1297, Dominus Rogerus de Carminow, knight, summoned to attend King Edward I.

1300, Roger knight of the shire for Cornwall.

1301, Roger de Carminow, called to reply to the King for his man’ of Wynyeton, said that Richard, formerly E. of Cornw., gave to a certain Gervaise de Hornyngcote, his ancestor, the manor of Wynyton, Merthyn, and Tam’ton in exchange for the manor of Bochym.

1302, William Bottreux brought Writ of Wardship against Roger Carminow and demanded William, the brother and heir of John de Whalesboro. Roger replied, ‘William whilst your ward married our daughter’. [Nous vous dioms qe vivant Joh frere Willame, e en vostre garde estcant, si fut Willame marie a nostre fille.]

1302, Assize roll: Sarra de Hornyacote mother of Roger de Carmynowe.

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

Bef. 12/20/1308, Roger died; Joan surviving.

1/16/1309, IPM of Roger, Oliver aged 30 and more.

6/9/1309, Presentation of Roger son of Roger de Carmenou, … to the church of St. Stadian, in the diocese of Exeter. (S) CPRs.

6/4/1320, Licence for Oliver de Carmynou to grant … his reversion in the manors of Merthyn, Wynyenton and kenel, held in chief as of the earldom of Cornwall … which Joan, late the wife of Roger de Carmynou holds in dower of the inheritiance of the said Oliver, … regrant the same to Oliver de Carmynou and Elizabeth his wife … John, brother of said Oliver, … Richard brother of the same John, and Mivan brother of the said Richard, … and failing issue to William Walebreus and Joan his wife and the heirs of their bodies, … (S) CPRs.

1321, Joan surviving.

By 1329, Johanne de Kaermynaw died. (S) Parochial History of Cornwall, 1838, P231.

(S) Journal, Royal Institution of Cornwall, 1889, PP149&222. (S) Publications of the Harleian Society, V9, 1874.

Family notes:

·         1173, Roger de Carminow held one knights’ fee in Moteland, Cornwall.

·         1220, Roger de Carminow witnessed a charter relating to Trenant, Cornwall.

·         1257-1280, Robertus, Roger de Carminow’s son and heir. (S) The Registers of Walter Bronescombe, Bishop of Exeter, 1889, P393.

·         Roger Carmynow, married to Sarra, s/o Robert Carmynowe [‘Robert de Carminow’ held a knights’ fee in 1256.]

·         Sarra Hornacote, d/o Gervais Hornacote, heiress to her neice Margery Hornacote, d/o her sister Cenota.

·         Gervais Hornacote, s/o Robert de Tintagel [died 1224], s/o Gervais de Hornicote [died 1207.]

·         1285, [Cornish deed] Joanna, widow of Roger de Carminow. [Indicates there may be a generation missing.]

Children of Roger and Johanna:

i. Sir Oliver Carminowe, born by 1280 in England.

Oliver married Elizabeth Pomeroy.

Oliver, sheriff of Cornwall, keeper of Launceston castle.

Oliver married Isould, d/o Reynold Ferrers [2 daughters].

Aft. 8/31/1335, Oliver died; his heir his son Roger [by Elizabeth].

ii. Roger de Carminou, born in England.

Bef. 8/1320, Roger died leaving his brother Olive as his heir.

iii. Joan Carminou, born ? in England.

~1293, Joan, as a child, married to William de Whalesboro.

5/10/1321, Joan, wife of William de Walesbreu, a sibling of Oliver de Carminow.

William died.

10/13/1333, Joan, who was the wife of William de Walesbreu.

2/23/1347, Joan, relict of William de Whalesbreu, presented to St. Mawnan-in-Kerrier.

11/6/1348, Joan, relict of William de Whalesbreu, presented to St. Mawnan-in-Kerrier.

Bef. 8/6/1349, Joan died; her son son her heir.

iv. John Carminow (15211152), born ~1290 in England.