Monday, May 30, 2011

G23: 7605588 Lovel-Holand

7605588. Lord John Lovel & 7605589. Maud Holand



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1340, John born in England, s/o 15211176. Lord John Lovel.

1347, John age 6 ½ at the death of his father.

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

7/2/1349, John’s mother died.

1356, Maud born in England, heir & d/o 15211178. Robert de Holand & 15211179. Alice de Lisle.

1361, John age 21, heir to his older brother John, 4th Lord Lovel.

1368, John, knight, in the wars of France in the retinue of Lionel, Duke of Clarence.

Maud’s father died.

1/24/1372, Sir John Lovell, knt., an executor of the will of Robert de Holand, knight.

3/16/1372, Maud became Lady Holand on the death of her grandfather Robert, 2nd Lord Holand.

John married Maud.

5/3/1373, Livery of her lands given to Maud, age 17, daughter of Robert son of Robert de Holand, ‘chivaler,’ and her husband John Lovell, knight. (S) CPRs, 12/8/1381.

4/16/1374, … attorneys are admitted as guardians of the king’s daughter, Philippa, … John Lovell, ‘chivaler,’ received the guardians by writ. (S) CPRs.

1374, John and Maud sued her mother and step-father for the manor of Nether Kellet, Lancashire.

12/28/1375, John, Lord Lovel of Tichmersh, summoned to parliament.

1377, John held the manor of Wardour, in the parish of Knook, Wiltshire. (S) Wiltshire Community History.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

8/4/1377, Lord John Lovel summoned to the 1st parliament of Richard II.

12/1/1377, Appointment, during pleasure, of John Lovell as master of the king’s hounds, called ‘berceletz.’ Giving him licnece to expediate them. (S) CPRs.

5/14/1379, Pardon, at the supplication of John Lovel, ‘baneret,’ and William de Thorp, knight, to John le Roos, … (S) CPRs.

4/12/1380, Letters for John Lovel, knight, going on the king’s service to Ireland [in the company of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March], nominating … attorneys for one year. (S) CPRs.

6/28/1381, Commission to Warin de Lisle, Almaric de Sancto Amando, Thomas de Berkele, John Lovell … to arrest and imprison Simon Harwe … insurgents against the king … (S) CPRs.

11/4/1381, “Debtor: Thomas Harding of Manningtree of Essex [Tendring Hundred]. Creditor: John Lovel, knight, of Oxford, and Peter de la Mare, knight, of Herefords. Amount: £200.” (S) UKNA.

11/28/1381, Indenture … to Sir John Lovel, knight, of the custody of the king’s castle, town and park of Devyse, … at the yearly rent of 85£ … under recognizance of 200£. (S) CPRs.

12/8/1382, Revocation of the presentation … after inquisition … it was found that Robert de Holand, knight, was patron of the church, and Matilda, daughter of his son Robert and wife of John Lovell, knight, was his kinswoman and next heir, … (S) CPRs.

11/25/1383, Licence, at the supplication of the king’s knight, John Lovell, for … (S) CPRs.

8/23/1384, Grant by mainprise of John Lovell, … knights, … to the king’s brother Thomas de Holand, earl of kent, of the marriage of Roger son and heir of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, late earl of March, paying … 6,000 marks, … (S) CPRs. [1385, Roger would be named the heir presumptive to the crown of England of Richard II.]

4/26/1385, Commission to Thomas, earl of Kent, the king’s brother, John Lovel, … John Mautravers … (S) CPRs.

6/16/1386, John a commissioner in the Scrope and Grosvenor trial at the palace of John of Gaunt, King of Castile and Leon.

1386, John Bonevyle and Elizabeth his wife Querents; John Lovel, chevalier and Matilda his wife deforciants, the manor and Hundred of Chuyton (and lands in Sussex, Wilts and Dorset) … John and Matilda acknowledge the right of Elizabeth and quit claim for themselves and the hiers of Matilda … (S) Pedes Finium, County of Somerset, P203.

2/6/1387, Grant … to John Lovel of the marriages of Phillipa and Elizabeth, daughters of Guy Bryan ‘le fitz’, knight, cousins and heirs of Philip le Bryen, knight, … and minors in the king’s custody … . (S) CPRs.

1390, John joined the King’s protest letter to the Pope.

1391, “Guy de Briene (Brian); John Devereux, officer and councillor . . .; John Lovel, officer and councilor …” (S) UKNA.

6/5/1391, Special mandate to John Lovel, … knights … doctors of law … the appeal of Margery, late the wife of William Nocolt, against Nicholas de Clifton, knight, … in a cause in the court of admiralty … touching a craft commonly called ‘Farecost.’ (S) CPRs.

John died.

11/1/1391, Presentation of John Pakenham, ... to the church of Loxton in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king’s gift by reason of the minority of John, son and heir of John Lovell of Tychemers, knight, tenant in chief, … (S) CPRs.

1407-08, Robert de Lathum, … Maud, widow of Sir John Lovell, Chivaler, … (S) Final Concords for Lancashire, Pt3, 1905.

5/4/1423, Maud died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P524.

Family notes:
• There are multiple John Lovel’s alive at this time including John Lovel of Heghgate, John Lovel of Herdyngton, John Lovel of Tinstall, John Lovel of Middlesex. Some of these records are likely of those persons.

Children of John and Maud: [4 sons]

i. John Lovel (3802794), born 1372 in England.

G23: 7605586

7605586. Sir Thomas de Courtenay & 7605587. Muriel de Moels


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By 1315, Thomas born in England, 4th s/o 15210464. Hugh de Courtney & 15210465. Agnes de Saint John.

3/14/1315, A marriage compact having been arranged between Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and Hugh de Curteney for the marriage of the latter’s son Hugh to Margaret, daughter of the earl, the king’s niece, … remainder over to Robert son of Hugh de Curteneye …, and to Thomas son of Hugh de Curteney. (S) CPRs.

3/14/1315, Licence to Hugh de Curteneye [the father] to enfeoff Eleanor [grandmother], late the wife of Hugh de Curteney his father, of his castles, manors and honors of Plumpton and Okhampton, and of his manors of Saunford Curteney, … co. Devon, … co. Somerset, … Licence for the said Eleanor to regrant the same to him for his life, with remainder to Hugh son of Hugh de Curteney and the heirs his body, with remainder over, failing such issue, after the death of Hugh son of Hugh de Curteney, and of the said Hugh de Curteney, to Robert [brother] son of the said Hugh … failing such issue to Thomas [brother] son of Hugh … (S) CPRs.

1315, Thomas identified in a fine as heir to his brother Robert in provisions for remainder of Woodhuish.

1322, Muriel born in Dorset, England, d/o 15211174. John de Moels & 15211175. Joan Lovel.

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

1337, Muriel age 15.

Thomas married Muriel.

8/27/1337, Pardon, at the request of some of the magnates of the realm, to Thomas de Courteneye, knight, and Muriel de Moeles, one of the daughters and hiers of John de Moeles, … for intermarrying without licence, … before the inquisitions of the lands … fine of 200 marks … (S) CPRs.

9/1/1337, Grant to Thomas de Ferariis … forfeiture due by the king’s ward, Isabella de Moels, one of the daughters and heirs of John de Moels, tenant in chief, for marrying William de Boterels without licence, … until the partition of these among the heirs, … saving to Thomas de Courteneye, who has married Muriel, the other daughter … (S) CPRs.

10/6/1337, Thomas and Muriel received their share of her father’s lands, including Kingskerswell, Devon.

3/3/1338, Thomas and Muriel received half a share of her father’s knight’s fees. (S) History of the County of Buckingham, V3, 1925.

1338-56, Thomas de Curteney (Courtenay); Muriel de Curteney (Courtenay) wife of Thomas de Courtenay: William Botriaux (Botreaux); Isabel Botriaux (Botreaux), wife of William Botreaux … The petitioners, on behalf of Muriel [de Curteney] and Isabel [Botriaux], daughters and heirs of John de Moeles, … (S) UKNA.

7/1/1338, Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, John Inge, Thomas de Courteney, and John Dauney, … Devon. (S) CPRs.

2/13/1342, Commission of oyer … on complaint by Hugh de Audele, earl of Gloucester, … his serjeants, had taken certain cattle trespassing at Ludeford, co. Devon, … [many named] Thomas de Courteneye, John Lercedekene, knight, … broke the pund and took away the cattle … (S) CPRs.

11/16/1343, Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, Thomas de Curtenay, John Dauney, William de Bortriaux, John Inge, … on complaint by Matilda late the wife of Thomas Lercedekne … co. Devon … (S) CPRs.

4/26/1344, Licence for Thomas de Courtenay, ‘chivaler,’ and Muriel, his wife, to enfeoff Richard de Seint Johan … manors of Maperton and Upwalhop, … with remainer to her right heirs … Devon. (S) CPRs.

7/20/1344, Commission of peace … Thomas de Courteney } Devon. (S) CPRs.

11/10/1344, Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Courteneye, earl of Devon, William de Shareshull, Thomas de Courteney, ‘chivaler,’ … (S) CPRs.

1346, Thomas de Curtenay held half a fee in Wootton. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, Farrer, 1923, P135.

7/1346, Thomas de Courtenay, knight, legitimate brother of the earl of Devon. For plenary remission at the hour of death to himself and Muriel his wife. [Granted in August.]

7/10/1347, Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, Thomas de Curtenay, … (S) CPRs.

4/28/1349, Order to deliver to Thoams de Courtenay and to Muriel his wife, eldest daughter and heir of John de Moelys, … the manor of Suthcadebury, … lands which Margaret late the wife of Nicholas de Moelys held in dower at her death of the inheritance of Muriel and of Isabel, wife of William de Botereux, second daughter of John, … with the assent of William and Isabel, … (S) CCRs, V32.

5/1/1350, Grant … of the prebend which Thomas de Courtenay held in the church of Exeter, in the king’s gift by reason of the temporailities of the bishopric of Exeter being in his hands. (S) CPRs.

11/25/1351, Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Courteneye, earl of Devon, Thomas de Courteney, … (S) CPRs.

5/31/1354, Thomas de Courteney, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Richard, earl of Arundel, 80£. (S) CCRs, V33.

5/5/1355, Thomas de Courtenay … Courtenay requests that he be granted letters to the chancellor and treasurer and others of the council at Westminster to ordain that right be done to him and his tenants of Kerswell as the law demands … (S) UKNA.

6/7/1355 at Carswill Regis, Grant by Thomas de Courtneay the Elder, knight, to Roger Torel.

1356, Thomas died.

7/1/1362, Grant to the king’s daughter Isabel of the wardship of the lands late of Thomas de Courtenay, ‘chivaler,’ who held in chief. (S) CPRs.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P441. (S) Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys, 1899, P162.

Children of Thomas and Muriel:

i. Muriel de Courtenay (3802793), born ~1340 in England.

ii. Hugh de Courtenay, born ? in England.
2/20/1374, Hugh died.

iii. Margaret de Courtenay (3802775), born by 1356 in England.

G23: 5910166

5910166. Earl Thomas of Brotherton & 5910167. Alice Hayles


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~1295, Alice born in England, d/o 11820334. Sir Roger de Hales.

6/1/1300, Thomas born at Brotherton, North Yorkshire, England, s/o 5909696. King Edward I & 11820333. Marguerite of France.

1305, Thomas and his brother Edmund took a trip with their older step-sister Mary, a nun of Amesbury abbey.

8/31/1306, Notification … grant to Thomas and Edmund, sons of the king and Margaret his consort, sister of Philip king of France, … land to the value of 10,000 marks a year in England, Ireland and Wales, to Thomas and the heirs of his body … and land to the value of 7,000 marks to Edmund, … (S) CPRs.

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

1310, King Edward II granted his brothers Edmund and Thomas the lands of Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk.

1310, “Master John de Claxton, late treasurer of Thomas de Brotherton.” (S) UKNA.

12/16/1312, Thomas, by special charter of his half-brother King Edward II, given all the honours which Roger le Bigod, some time Earl of Norfolk, and Marshal of England, did enjoy by the name of Earl, in the county of Norfolk, with all the castles, manors and lands, which the said Roger possessed in England, Ireland, and Wales, which had be come vested in the crown, by the surrender of the said Roger.

5/17/1313, Thomas de Brotherton, earl of Norfolk, the king’s brother. (S) CPRs.

11/30/1313, Grant to Thomas de Brotherton, earl of Norfolk, the king’s brother, … that all those who with ships … with goods and merchandise … come by river to his town of Rosponte in Ireland … . (S) CPRs.

5/23/1315, … the king commands Thomas de Brotherton to answer to the earl of Lancaster for the services due to him. (S) CPRs.

1316-20, Thomas married Alice.

2/1316, Thomas of Brotherton granted the office of Marshal of England. (S) UKNA.

10/14/1317, Mandate to all tenants … in Ireland, which Alice, late the wife of Roger le Bygot, sometime earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, had held … in dower … to answer to Thomas de Brotherton … (S) CPRs.

2/14/1318, Thomas’ mother, Queen Marguerite died at her castle of Marlborough, Wilts. Thomas was appointed by King Edward as an executor of her will. (S) CPRs, 4/18/1318.

1318-9, Thomas de Brotherton, earl of Norfolk, and marshal of England, to have a grant that his town of Harwich be a free borough. Essex.

1319, “Thomas of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk … his lordship of Co. Carlow as it has been destroyed by the Irish and false English, …” (S) UKNA.

7/15/1319, Thomas knighted at the siege of Berwick-upon-Tweed by King Edward II.

7/19/1319, Thomas de Brotherton, earl of Norfolk and marshall of England, the king’s brother. (S) CPRs.

2/26/1320, Protection for Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshall of England, going beyond the seas with the king. (S) CPRs.

6/1320, King Edward in France performed homage for his French lands in Gascony and Ponthieu to his overlord and brother-in-law, King Philip V.

1320, “Thomas, Earl of Norfolk & Marshal of England, and the other executors of the testament of Margaret, Queen of England, state that they have letters patent of Edward I, granting them that to carry out the Queen's testament … Margaret [of France], Queen of England …” (S) UKNA.

10/6/1320, Thomas with King Edward at a called parliament at Westminster.

4/16/1321, Appointment … in the Marches of Wales, of Thomas, Earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, to be keeper of the priory [of Goldeclive.] (S) CPRs.

10/17/1321, Writ … to all men of Kent … Thomas, Earl of Norfolk, the king’s brother, whom the king is sending … to lay siege to the castle of Ledes, which is held against queen Isabella by men of the household of Bartholomew de Badelesmere … (S) CPRs.

4/9/1322, Thomas, Earl of Norfolk, marshall of England, lord of Strogyl and Netherwent, to raise 200 footmen for the Scotch expedition. (S) CPRs.

7/20/1322, Protection for Thomas, Earl of Norfolk, going with the king into Scotland. (S) CPRs.

4/5/1323, Thomas, Earl of Norfolk, lord of Strogyl and Netherwent, to raise 100 footmen for the Scotch expedition, and to lead them to the king at Newcastle upon Tyne to go against the Scots. (S) CPRs.

8/27/1323 at Grenehou in Clyveland, in the king’s presence, Thomas, Earl of Norfolk, granted Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan and Morganno, the castle of Strogoille and the manor and towns of Chepstowe and Todeham … (S) CPRs.

10/1/1323, Prohibition … to hold a tournament at Northampton, granted at the request of Thomas, earl of Norfolk, and Edmund de Wodestok, earl of Kent, the king’s brother, … (S) CPRs.

5/6/1325, Thomas, Earl of Norfolk … staying in England, has letters nominating … in Ireland for two years. (S) CPRs.

1/23/1326, Grant to Thomas, Earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, and Alice his wife, for their lives, of the manor of Ryburgh, co. Norfolk, … (S) CPRs.

1/24/1326, Appointment of Thomas earl of Norfolk … Robert de Monte Alto and Thomas Bardolf as supervisors of arry in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk … (S) CPRs.

1/7/1327, Parliament deposed Edward II.

1/13/1327, The lords mentioned came to the Guildhall, and in the presence of the Mayor, Aldermen and a great Commonality to the oath to safeguard Isabella, Queen of England, and Edward, eldest son of the king of England and heir-apparent, in their cause against Hugh le Despenser the younger and Master Robert de Baldock, … Earls: Thomas, earl Marshall, Edmund, earl of Kent, John, earl of Hereford; John, earl of Warrene … (S) CPR&Ms.

1/20/1327, Edward II abdicated in favor of his son.

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

3/3/1327, Grant to Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, the king’s uncle, for service to queen Isabella, and hi sexpenses in the king’s company … of the custody, during minority, of the lands late of Stephen de Segrave and john de Segrave, tenants in chief, in the king’s hands by reason of the minority of John, son and heir of Stephen, and kinsman and heir of John, with the marriage of the heir. (S) CPRs. [John his future son-in-law.]

3/24/1327, Commission to Thomas earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, and Edmund earl of Kent, the king’s uncle, to supervise the proceedings of the commissioners of peace for the county of Suffolk. (S) CPRs.

9/21/1327, Thomas’ father, Edward II, murdered in Berkeley castle.

1328, Alice died.

3/14/1330, Thomas’ brother Edmund, earl of Kent, executed by Roger de Mortimer & queen Isabella.

3/21/1330, Acknowlegment of the king’s indebtedness to … merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, in 1,000£ paid by them at this request to Roger de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, in the aid of the marriage of his daughter with the eldest son of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England; … (S) CPRs. [1334, Thomas’ son Edward of Norfolk died.]

4/30/1330, Thomas appointed attorneys for the duration of his service in Gascony.

10/12/1330, A chantry founded at Holy Trinity Church, Boseham, for the good estate of Thomas, earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, in life, … and for the soul of Alice, sometime his wife. (S) CPRs.

12/21/1331, Thomas, earl of Norfolk, leased the manor of Longebenyton, co. Lincoln, for five years to John de Sancto Phileberto, … (S) CPRs.

7/13/1332, “Thomas of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk … the earl cannot attend as he is with the king in the Scottish war …” (S) UKNA.

1333, Thomas, earl of Norfolk, at the siege of Berwick.

7/19/1333, Thomas, earl of Norfolk, commanded the right wing at the battle of Halidon Hill in Scotland.

1333-4, “Authority from Thomas [of Brotherton], Earl of Norfolk, to his nephew Sir William de Bohun to deduct expenses of manors in dispute from money he is bound to pay him.” (S) UKNA.

11/26/1335 in the castle of Framelyngham, Thomas, earl of Norfolk, appointed Adam de Ashurst, king’s yeoman, to be ‘clerk mareschal’ under him of the king’s household. (S) CPRs, 10/8/1337.

Thomas married 2nd Mary Braose, widow of Ralph de Cobham.

3/1336, at Stratford, co. Essex, Thomas, earl of Norfolk, the marshal, the king’s uncle, quit-claimed to William de Bohun, his nephew of all his right in the farm of 800£ … witnesses:- John, archbishop of Canterbury, the chancellor, … (S) CPRs.

3/19/1337, Appointment … to survey the estat and rule of the household and servants of the king’s uncle Thomas, earl of Norfolk, the marshal, and to order and dispose of the same as shall be best for th earl … made with the assent of the earl … (S) CPRs.

1337, “Petitioners: Thomas of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk; William de Bohun; John de Segrave; Robert de Scales; John de Beauchamp of Somerset; Gilbert Pecche; … Claim by the petitioners that they hold their manors in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire by knight service.” (S) UKNA.

12/9/1337, “Thomas [of Brotherton], Earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England.” (S) UKNA.

5/12/1338, Grant to the king’s uncle, Thomas earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, Mary his wife and the heirs of his body, of the castle, town and manor of Framelyngham atte Castell and the manor of Walton … (S) CPRs.

8/4/1338, Thomas died; buried at the Abbey Church of St. Mary’s, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.

6/1362, Mary died.

Children of Thomas and Alice:

i. Margaret Plantagenet (2955083), born 1317-1324 in England.

ii. Edward of Norfolk, born 1320 in England.
1334, Edward died.

iii. Joan Plantagenet, born ?.
Joan married William Ufford, Earl of Suffolk. [No children.]

iv. Alice Plantagenet, born ?.
Alice married to Edward de Montacute, brother of the 1st Earl of Salisbury.
1/16/1339, Exemplification … at the request of Edward de Monte Acuto, who has married one of the daughters and heirs of Thomas de Brotherton, … (S) CPRs.
1351, Alice died.
7/14/1361, Edward died.

Children of Thomas and Mary:

iv. John Plantagenet, born ?.
John became monk at the Abbey of Ely.

G23: 7605584

7605584. Sir John de Dinham & 7605585. Margaret de Botreaux


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9/14/1295, John born in Nutwell, Devon, England, heir & s/o 15211168. Josce de Dinham & 15211169. Margaret de Hydon.

3/30/1301, John’s father died.

8/2/1301, John’s wardship to the executors of the will of Edmund, Earl of Cornwall: “during the minority of the heirs, of two parts of the lands late of Joyce de Dynham, tenant in chief, together with the marriage of the heirs, worth 2,000 marks. … Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent. Mandate to Margery, late the wife of the said Joyce, to deliver the body of the heir of the said Joyce, which is said to be in her custody, to the said executors to be married.”

1303, Johannes de Denham, heres Jocelini de Denham, tenet terciam partem un. f. in Boclaund et est in custodia domini regis. (S) Feudal Aids IV.

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

1309, John, age 14, married to Margaret [likely d/o Sir William de Botreaux.]

7/18/1310, Grant … who held of John de Dynham, a minor in the king’s custody … (S) CPRs.

9/21/1316, John made proof of age. (S) UKNA.

9/1316, Hugh de Courtenay (grandson of Isabel de Vere – common ancestor) wrote a letter to William de Airmyn in which he requested assistance for his kinsman, John de Dynham, now of age, in obtaining seisin of his lands.

10/18/1316, John performed homage and took livery of his lands. (S) The Note-Book of Tirstram Risdon.

1317-24, John summoned to military service.

11/6/1318, Jn. de Dynham entered into agreement with Sir Otto de Bodrugan as to the advowson of the church of La Roche, recognized as below to John de Dinham.

12/2/1319, Commission of oyer … whereas the king had commanded him, as also other magnates of the realm, to be at Newcastle-upon-Tyne on a day now passed with horses, arms, … to set out against the Scots … [many named] … John de Denham … took and carried away his goods … (S) CPRs.

5/1323, John summoned by writ to a Council.

2/20/1324, John de Dynham summoned for military service in France, to appear at Portsmouth mounted and armed.

7/27/1325, Commission to … pursue and arrest disturbers of peace … John de Dynham } Devon. (S) CPRs.

2/28/1326, Mandate to … commissioners of the peace … John de Dynham } Devon. (S) CPRs.

1/13/1327, The lords mentioned came to the Guildhall, and in the presence of the Mayor, Aldermen and a great Commonality to the oath to safeguard Isabella, Queen of England, and Edward, eldest son of the king of England and heir-apparent, in their cause against Hugh le Despenser the younger and Master Robert de Baldock, … [serjeants] John de Denham, William de Denham, … (S) CPR&Ms.

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

10/18/1328, John received a license to grant his manor of Buckland Denham, Somerset to Maud de Multon. (S) CPRs.

2/21/1329, Receipt of an aid. John gave 30s for the marriage of King Edward’s daughter. (S) UKNA.

1329, John summoned to appear before the Bishop of Exeter for adultery and incest with a cousin. [He did not appear and was excommunicated.]

9/22/1330, “Receipt. William de Faucunberge, sheriff of Devon = (1). John de Dynham = (2). Receipt by (1) from (2) of 40s silver which he raised (fieri fecit) from (2)'s goods and chattels.” (S) UKNA.

2/16/1331, Commission of peace … John de Dynham } in the county of Devon. (S) CPRs.

9/13/1331, the Archbishop arranged for John to appear before the Bishop.

10/20/1331, John had papers to pilgrimage beyond the seas.

1/23/1332, Deed of Acquittance by William Michel and Katherine his wife, … Witnesses, Roger de Ely, … John de Denham, … (S) Calendar of Letter Books, V5, 1903, P283.

Bef. 4/24/1332, John died. (S) CPRs.

5/3/1340, “Covenant upon coming of age. Lady Margaret who was wife of Sir John de Dynham = (1) John son and heir of Sir John de Dynham = (2) Indenture whereby (1) testifies that (2) is today of full age; …” (S) UKNA.

3/29/1343, Lady Margaret 'de Dyneham' entered into Agreement for adjustment of dower with her son John.

1/11/1343, The suit between Lady Margaret and her son John was finalized. Witnesses:- Sir Reginald de Botreaux, Sir William de Botreaux, Sir John de Ralegh, knights, … (S) Cornwall Record Office.

7/1346, Petition to the Pope of Margaret, late the wife of John de Dynham, knight. For plenary remission at the hour of death to herself and her legitimate sons, John de Dynham, knight, and Oliver de Dynham. (S) Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers, V1, 1896, P114.

5/20/1360, “Quitclaim. Peter de Haydon de Coleton = (1). Lady Margaret, widow of Sir John de Dynham, knight (deceased) = (2). (1) to (2), all right in lands, etc., in la Doune (manor of Herpeford).” (S) UKNA.

Bef. 1/16/1361, Margaret died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P285.

Children of John and Margaret:

i. John Dinham (3802792), born 1318 in England.

ii. Oliver de Dinham, born ? in England.
1342, Oliver died.

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G23: 7605582

7605582. Sir Thomas Fychet & 7605583. Ricarda Ingepenne


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~1340, Thomas born in England, s/o 15211164. Thomas Fychet & 15211165 Isabella ?.

~1340, Ricarda born in England, d/o 15211166. John Ingepenne.

Ricards 1st married William Hywyssh.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

Bef. 7/22/1379, Thomas succeeded his father, who was killed.

Thomas knighted.

1379-80, Sir Thomas Fichet, knight, lord of Spaxton, and Ricarda his wife to Richard Cleve and Emma his wife: Grant, indented, of three crofts of arable in Morlond [in Spaxton.] : (Som.). (S) UKNA.

1379-83, Thomas Fychett identified as a retainer in the register of John of Gaunt.

1/28/1380, Richard Michelmour and William Michelmour both held life-long leases on dwellings on an estate in Dydesham [Dittisham] belonging to Thomas Fychet and his wife Ricarda. (S) Feet of Fines, Devon.

1380, Grant by Sir Thomas Fichet, knight, lord of Spaxston, to Richard Lys, lord of Corypol, at the request of Sir Thomas de Audelegh, knight, son of Sir Jame de Audelegh, lord of Red Castle and Helegh, of his watercourse of Fordemulle, for Richard’s mill, … (S) Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, 1900, P521.

1381, Aquittance to Wells Cathedral by Sir Thomas Fychet, Knt., for 23£ 6s 8d ; tenements in Wells ; Loxton. (S) The Manuscripts of the Earl of Westmorland, V30, P304.

4/1381, Thomas received letters of protection to be abroad in the King’s service.

5/15/1381, Appointment of Matthew de Gurnay, Thomas Fichet, … to arrest and bring before the king Henry Somervill, … [who had received money to go to Brittany and then refused.] (S) CPRs.

10/10/1381, General licence to celebrate … ifidem, Dominus Thomas Fychet, Miles, et Richarda uxor ejusdem, habuerunt … (S) The Register of Thomas de Brantyngham, Bishop of Exeter, 1901, P456.

6/26/1383, Thomas Corbet of Bromlowe, co. Salop, about to proceed abroad in the retinue of Thomas Fichet, knight, who was in the retinue of Henry, bishop of Norwich. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V14, 1893, P240.

9/25/1383, Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard, earl of Arundel, …, Thomas Fychett, … John Wadham, John Kary, … touching the death of Richard Eyr at Bromhall, co. Surrey. (S) CPRs.

10/18/1383, Commission of oyer … John, duke of Lancaster, … Thomas Fychet, … [same commission continued.] (S) CPRs.

1384, Richard de Acton settled Holcombe with the advowson on himself and his wife Margaret, remainder to Sir Thomas Fichet, lord of Spaxton. (S) History of the County of Somerset, V6, 1992.

1384-5, … Grantee: Thomas Popham, …. Sir Thomas Fychet, Knight; … Postridge (in Spaxton); County: [Somerset]. (S) UKNA.

2/28/1385, Commission, in view of imminent invasion by the French, … to array all men-at-arms … Thomas Fichet, … in Devon. (S) CPRs.

1385-6, Guy de Briene the elder, knight to Thomas Fychet, knight : Release of his right in the manor of Aley and in all lands, etc., in Aisholt, Holcombe, and Smalcombe : Som. (S) UKNA.

10/20/1385, Thomas Fychet, miles, attended parliament. (S) Proceedings, Somersetshire, 1935, P66.

2/8/1386, Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert Bealknapp, John Damarle, Thomas Ficher, James Chuddelegh, John Cary, … co. Devon … (S) CPRs.

3/24/1386, Thomas received letters of protection to serve under the King of Castile [John of Gaunt] in Spain; bringing 40 carpenters and masons from Devon, Somerset and Cornwall. (S) Syllabus … Documents Relating to England, 1873, P511.

6/16/1386 at the palace of John of Gaunt, King of Castile and Leon, Thomas gave a deposition in the case of Richard le Scrope. Thomas testified that he was related to Thomas Carminow of Cornwall. [Thomas’ granddaughter Joan Hill would marry another Thomas Carminow of the same family. He also stated that Thomas Carminow, his relation, had proved these arms from the time of King Arthur.] (S) The Patrician, V4, Burke, 1847, P212.

7/1386, Thomas traveled overseas with the forces of John of Gaunt, who left England to win the Spanish crown, landing at Corunna. The forces then conquered Galica and Compostela; but invaded Castile with little success.

1386, Thomas died of disease in Spain. (S) John of Gaunt, Armitage, 1904, P326. [An estimated 300 knights and squires died in a short time.]

4/1387 at London, Grant by Nicholas Daudeley, Lord of Red Castle and Heleigh, to Ricarda, widow of Thomas Fychet, kt, of the wardship and marriage of her son Thomas (Som). (S) UKNA.

1/1388, Ricarda, who was the wife of Thomas Fychet, knight, in the mercy for several defaults. … summoned to reply to Baldwin Malet of a plea that she render to him Thomas, son and heir … the wardship … Thomas held his land of him by military service … [Ricarda defended with grant of 4/1387] … if Thomas should died within age, then Nicholas granted to the aforesaid Ricarda the wardship of all the lands … with the marriage of Isabelle, sister of Thomas, the son of Thomas, … (S) Year Books of Richard II, 1914, P114.

Ricarda married 3rd William Coggeshale, knight.

7/10/1388, Commission to William Rykhill … Ricarda, late the wife of Thomas Fychet, knight, whom William Coggeshale, knight, has married, being lately seised … manors of Tremerthert, [5] … as dower in right of William Hywyssh, her former husband, the said Thomas, while he was her husband, demised the third aforesaid to Robert Tresilian, knight, for life, … death of the said Thomas, who died in Spain, kept the said thire until he was convicted in the last parliament of treason, … now in the king’s hand. (S) CPRs.

2/14/1389, Commission of 1388 continued: Rykhill … Ricarda, late the wife of Thomas Fychet, knight, whom William Coggeshale, knight, has married, being lately seised … (S) CPRs.

1390-1, Ricarda late the wife of Thomas Fychet, knight: Berkshire, Cornwall, Somerset died. (S) UKNA, IPM.

(S) De controversia in curia militari inter Ricardum Le Scrope, Scrope, 1832, P205.

Children of Thomas and Ricarda:

i. Isabel Fychet (3802791), born ~1370 in England.

ii. Thomas Fychet, born 1382 in England.
1395, Thomas died. [No children.]

G23: 7605576

7605576. Sir Walter Carminou & 7605577. Alice Tynten


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~1310, Walter born in England, s/o 15211152. Sir John Carmynow & 15211153. Joan Glyn.

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

~1330, Alice born in England, d/o §Sir Stephen Tynten & Elizabeth, d/o Alan Bloyou.

9/18/1330, Oto de Bodrygan, knight to the Church of Thomas at Glasney … half an acre in Lamoreke … Witnesses: lord Thomas le Arcedekine, Oliver de Carmenou, John de Carmenou, John de Treiagu, knights; John Bylloun of Tredywoyl, Richard de London, Walter de Carndywyou. (S) Cornwall Council.

1331, Walter’s father died, Walter placed under the guardianship of John, earl of Cornwall.

1/26/1332, Appointment of John, earl of Cornwall, the king’s brother, to the custody of the lands late of John de Carmynou … during minority of Walter the son and heir, with the marriage of the heir. (S) CPRs.

3/25/1332, Comfirmation of a grant by John de Eltham, earl of Cornwall, the king’s brother, to Joan, late the wife of John de Carmynou, of the custody of the land and heir of her said husband, to wit, Walter, the son, and the manor of Tamerton, co. Cornwall, to hold during minority … with his marriage. (S) CPRs.

8/31/1335, Gift in fee tail. Oliver de Carmynou [Walter’s uncle], knight, to Roger his son, and his heirs by Elizabeth his wife, all his land of …; rent and service of Walter de Carmynou for 1/2 knight's fee held of Oliver in the manor of Resker … (S) UKNA.

4/11/1336, John de Depham, citizen and mercer of London to William de Trelowthas. … Witnesses: …, Richard Cergiaux, knight, Walter de Carmynou, … (S) UKNA.

2/15/1339, Walter de Carmynou acknowledges that he owes to Ralph Bloyou, 147 marks, to be levied … co. Cornwall. (S) CCRs.

2/20/1340, Charter of the king’s first-born son, Edward, duke of Cornwall and earl of Chester, … Witnesses:- … knights, Walter de Carmynou, William de Chanbernoun, … (S) CPRs, 5/4/1341.

1/1341, Feoffment by Zeditha daughter and heir of Gervase Bastard to Walter de Carmynou, of all her land in ‘la Steorte,’ … (S) Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, Cornwall.

2/4/1343, Commission of oyer … on complaint by Edward, duke of Cornwall … John Dauney, ‘chivaler,’ John le Ercediakne, ‘chivaler,’ … Walter de Carmynou, Joan de Carmunou [mother of Walter], Joan de Treveygnon, John de Treveygnon, … John de Tregolas, … carried away goods washed ashore at Falemouth and elsewhere … (S) CPRs.

2/6/1343, Commission of oyer … on complaint by Edward, duke of Cornwall … William Botriaux, ‘chivaler, Walter de Carmynou, … and others broke his parks at Liskiret, … co. Cornwall, hunted therein and carried away deer. (S) CPRs.

1345, … Witnesses: Jn. {John?} Billon of Trethewyl, Rich. {Richard?} Cergyaux, kt., Walter de Carminou, … (S) UKNA.

Alice died.

1346, Two Knights Fees in the Manor of Daunant, in the parish of St. Teath, were held by Alice wife of Sir Walter Carminou, daughter and heir of Stephen Tynten by Elizabeth daughter and heir of Alan Bloyou. (S) Journal, Royal Institution of Cornwall, 1889, P28.

1365, Release by Agnes late the wife of William Aratz to Walter de Carmynou of her right in lands, &c. in Trefriek. Polroda, Tuesday the eve of the Purification. (S) Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, V4, 1902.

Children of Walter and Alice:

i. Ralph Carminow, born ? in England.
Ralph married Alice, widow of Sir Edmund de Clyvedon.
10/9/1386, Ralph died “by a brase of Greyhounds pulled over a Cliff”.

ii. William Carminow (3802788), born 1356 in England.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

G23: 7605574

7605574. Sir Warine l’Arcedekne & 7605575. Elizabeth Talbot


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1355, Warine born in England, heir & s/o 15211148. Sir John l’Arcedekne & 15211149. Cicely Haccombe.

1364, Elizabeth born in England, eldest d/o 15211150. Sir John Talbot & 15211151. Katherine ?.

1/21/1366, At Westminster. Between Adam Pistre, clerk, claimant, and John Lercedekne knight, and Cecilia his wife deforciants ; … to be the right of Adam as by their gift. … After their death … to Ralph, son of John and Cecilia, and … With remainder after his death in default of heirs male to Warin his brother … remainder on his death, on similar conditions, to Richard his brother … in default to Odo, John, Robert, Martin, Reginald, Michael, and the right heirs of the said Cecilia.

1377, Warin’s father died.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

1378, IPM at Lostwhithie:, Sir John Lercedekne was then dead ; that he died seized (inter alia) of the Manor of Elerky, leaving a certain Stephen his son and heir ; which Stephen entered upon the said lands and died, wherewith they descended to Warine his brother as his nearest heir.

1379, Warin heir to his brother Stephen.

5/31/1379, Warin Archdeacon, knight to Henry Borygge, rector of Shobrooke, Robert Toly, rector of Haccombe, … Manors of Haccombe, Comhalle, Shobrooke, South Tawton, Buckland in the Moor, Leigham [in Egg Buckland], Coleridge [in Egg Buckland] Manadon [Plymouth] Clevecombe, and Oakford. (S) UKNA.

1380, Warin served as a member of parliament for Cornwall.

1382, Warine coheir to his cousin Margaret Fleming, wife of Sir Roger de Claryndon.

1382, Warin served as a member of parliament for Cornwall.

1382-3, Quitclaim 1 Stephen Dernford of Plymouth 2 Warino Lercedekene Messuages and lands in Meynston, Clynslond and Park, in Ekkebokeland. (S) UKNA.

2/8/1383, Commission to John de Kentwode, steward, and Warin Ercedekene, sheriff of Cornwall, … to arrest … (S) CPRs.

1383, Warine age 28.

1388, Elizabeth coheir of her brother John, inheriting Richard’s castle, Herefordshire.

1390, Elizabeth coheir to her sister Eleanor, inheriting half of the manor of Howbridge, Essex.

1390, Quitclaim with warranty Warin Lercedekene knight to William de Bonevyle knight, his heirs and assigns for ever. Right in lands and tenements, rents and services with appurtenances in Hakcombesfee. (S) UKNA.

10/1/1391, Charter of confirmation. Warin Archdeacon, knight to Henry Borigg. Manor of Shobrooke, with all profits except marriages, wardships, escheats and reliefs. (S) UKNA.

4/27/1393, Grant to the king’s esquire Robert Cary of 10£ wherein Warin Ercedeakne, knight, is bound by letters obligatory to John Cary, knight, forfeited by force of judgement … (S) CPRs.

11/11/1393, Grant to the king’s esquire Robert Cary of 10£ which Warin Ercedeakne, knight, had in keeping of the goods of John Cary, father of the said Robert, … (S) CPRs.

5/4/1395, Quit claim. Warin Archdeacon, knight to Thomas Reymond and William Dunscomb. All right in Shobrooke manor. (S) UKNA.

7/19/1396, Commission to Thomas de Percy, … suit … between the king and David Flemmyng … and Warin Archedekne and Robert Verney and Eleanor, his wife, touching the manor of Roche and Pill in the lordship of Heverford, … (S) CPRs.

6/3/1397, Shobrooke. Quit claim. Warin Archdeacon, knight to Thomas Reymond. Lands in Oakmore formerly held by Sampson of Oakmore in villeinage. (S) UKNA.

6/30/1398, Shobrooke. Charter. Warin Archdeacon, knight to Thomas Raymond. Manor of Shobrooke, except for wards, marriages, reliefs, and escheats. (S) UKNA.

10/13/1399, Henry IV crowned king of England.

Bef. 12/10/1400, “Warin Lercedekene, knight: Devon”, of Elerky, Cornwall and Haccombe, died.

12/30/1400, Shobrooke. Charter. Thomas Raymon to Elizabeth, widow of Warin Archdeacon, knight. Recites that the premises are granted to her for her life, with remainder to the right heirs of Warin. (S) UKNA.

1/8/1401, Elizabeth, widow of Warin Archdeacon, knight, letters of attorney to take seisin of Shobrooke manor. (S) UKNA.

2/28/1401, Grant by mainprise of Matthew Gourney, 'chivaler,' of the county of Westminster. Somerset and Reginald Lucy, 'chivaler,' of the county of Northampton to Elizabeth late the wife of Warin Lercedekene, 'chivaler,' who held of the king in chief as of the manor of Dertyngton. (S) CPRs.

8/3/1407, Elizabeth Lerchedeken, wife of Warin, died. (S) CIsPM, Cornwall and Devon, 1906, P22.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P694. (S) Report of the Transactions of the Devonshire Association, July, 1919.

Children of Warine and Elizabeth: [4 daughters]

i. Eleanor l’Arcedekne, born 1383 in England. [Eldest daughter]
Eleanor married Sir Walter Lucy.
10/4/1444, Walter died.
7/20/1447, Eleanor died; both buried at the Friars Minors, Worcester.

ii. Philippe l’Arcedekne (3802787), born 1386 in England.

iii. Margery l’Arcedekne, born ? in England.
Margery married Sir Thomas Arundel.
Bef. 8/26/1443, Sir Thomas died. IPM: Thomas Arundell, knight, on the day of his death held no lands, rents or services in the county of the king in chief, in demesne or in fee, but held the manors of Estantony, … yearly rent from the manor of Elerky … after the death of Margery late his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Warin Larchedekene knight, of the in heritance of Eleanor wife of Walter Lucy knight (the second of the daughters of the said Warin and the sister and one of the heirs of the said Margery), and Joan wife of Nicholas Carrewe knight (the daughter of Philippa the third of the daughters of Warin and the kinswoman and other heir of Margery). (S) Calendar of Fine Rolls.

G23: 7605568

7605568. Baron Leonard Carew & 7605569. Elizabeth Arundel


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4/23/1342, Leonard born in Stoke Fleming, Devon, England, heir & s/o 15211136. John Carew & 15211137. Margaret Mohun.

~1350, Elizabeth born in England, d/o 15211138. Edmund de Arundel & 15211139. Sibyl de Montague.

5/22/1363, Leonard’s father died.

10/28/1363, … lands … held in Capite by John de Carreu, having come into the king’s hands by reason of the death of the s’d J.C. & of the minority of the his heir, … assigned in dower to Elizabeth who had been wife of the said J.C. the manors … it is submitted by Leonard son and heir of the s’d J.C. … the king was deceived … had granted to said manors to the said John Carew and Margaret his first wife now deceased, … Leonard is the legitimate son and heir of the s’d J.C. & M. … petitions … conceded to himself. (S) Report and Transactions, V37, 1905, P325.

1364-5, Leonard son and heir of John de Carru (Carew), knight: Devon (proof of age) . (S) UKNA.

10/12/1365, Leonard Carreu, staying in England, has letters nominating … his attorneys in Ireland … (S) CPRs.

11/6/1367, Leonard Carreu, going to Ireland, by the king’s licence, has letters nominating … (S) CPRs.

3/20/1369, Leonard Carreu, staying in England, has letters nominating … his attorneys in Ireland … (S) CPRs.

10/9/1369, Leonard, Baron Carew of Carew castle, Pembrokeshire died. “Leonard de Carreu was in the king’s service in Aquitaine in the company of the earl of Pembroke where he was killed.” (S) UKNA.

1370, Elizabeth Carew of Mones Otrey, co. Devon, provided aid, holding one quarter of a knight’s fee in Amport. (S) History of the County of Hampshire, V4, 1911.

9/23/1373, Elizabeth married 2nd Sir John de Meriet. [No children.]

1373, Sir John de Meriet, Kt., conveyed to Richard Palmer and others in fee his manors of Comton-Dondene and Brode Mershton, Somerset, … re-conveyed … to Sir John and Elizabeth his wife and the heirs of their bodies.

1375, Sir John de Meriet died.

11/18/1375, Nicholas Careu, Thomas, son of Leonard Carreu, and John Mattesforde, querents, and John Prescote, deforciant. … … which John Meriet', knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, held in dower of Elizabeth, of the inheritance of John Prestecote … after the decease of Elizabeth shall remain to Nicholas, Thomas and John Mattesforde and the heirs of Thomas, to hold together with the two parts, of the chief lords for ever. (S) Feet of Fines, Devon.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

1382, Philippe and her sister Elizabeth sued their uncle Earl Richard de Arundel for lands in Sussex.

9/1385-3/1386, Elizabeth died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P169.

Family notes:
• 1395, Inquisition taken before William Hamstide, deputy of John Aldelyne, the King’s Escheator, to enquire what lands and tenements Sir Leonard Carewe and Sir John Carewe, his father, held of the Lord Edward, late King of England, as well in demesne as in service, in the counties of Carlow and Cork … Sir John Carewe was seized of the barony of Odrone … Sir Leoneard Carewe was seized of the said barony … held the said barony of Margaret, Countess of Norfolk, late Lady of the County of Carlow, as of the castle and manor of Carlow, by military service. That Sir Thomas de Carewe, son of the said Leonard, was next heir of the said John and Leonard, … and was then of age 27 years, and married 14 years to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Bonvile. (S) Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, Morrin, 1861.

Child of Leonard and Elizabeth:

i. Thomas Carew (3802784), born 1368 in England.

G23: 7605548

7605548. Sir Hugh Peverell & 7605549. Margaret Hethersett


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1308, Hugh born in England, heir & s/o 15211096. James Peverell & 15211097. Margaret of Cornwall.

Bef. 4/30/1314, Hugh’s father died; before his grandfather for whom he was named.

Hugh’s mother Margaret married 2nd Sir Richard Sergeaux.

~1325, Margaret born in England, d/o 2954326. Sir Simon de Hethersett & 2954327. Cecilia ?.

7/10/1314, Order to deliver to Margery, late the wife of James Peverel, as nearest of his heir Hugh, aged six years, the hamlet of La Park. (S) Calendar of the Close Rolls.

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

Aft. 3/8/1337, Hugh’s grandfather died.

1347, Hugh paid aid towards making the king’s eldest son a knight on Hametethi [previously held by his grandfather when aid was levied on the marriage of Edward I’s eldest daughter].

1350, Hugh held the manor of St. Breward in the Hundred of Trigg. (S) Botus-Fleming - St Burian, Magna Britannia, V3, Cornwall, 1814.

1351, Sir Hugh Peverel, Knt. And Maud his wife, settled the manor and advowson of Great Melton on themselves.

1352-3, Grantor: Hugh Peverel, knight. Grantee: Pentney Priory. Place Or Subject: Grant of the lands they hold of his demesne and fee in Ketteringham. County: (Norf.). (S) UKNA.

6/17/1355, Hugh exempted for life from being put on assizes, juries, … (S) CPRs.

10/17/1355, Exemption, for life, of Hugh Peverel, ‘chivaler,’ from being put on assizes, juries, … and from appointment as mayor, sheriff, coroner, … against his will. (S) CPRs.

1356, Hugh Peverel, knight [held half a fee in Great Melton, Humbleyard Hundred, Norfolk] Amount: 70m. (S) UKNA.

2/10/1360, Commission of array … Hugh Peverel and his fellows, arrayers in the county of Cornwall. (S) CPRs.

4/1/1360, Hugh and other commissioners of array accused of not supporting Robert de Causton and John de Wesenham, captains and leaders of the fleet of ships … (S) CPRs.

1360, Hugh and Maud conveyed their rights to Great Melton to Robert de Bajocis, Knt., … except two knights’f fees.

10/26/1366, Commission of array in the county of Cornwall to Richard Cirzeaux, Hugh Peverel, John Dabernoun and the sheriff of Kent. (S) CPRs.

10/26/1369, Commission of the peace … John Lercedekne, Richard de Sergeaux, William de Wichyngham, Hugh Peverel, Edmund de Chereye, … in the county of Cornwall … (S) CPRs.

1/28/1370, Commission of the peace … Richard Sergeaux, William de Wychyngham, Hugh Peverel, Edmund de Chereye, … in the county of Cornwall … (S) CPRs.

6/21/1372, Hugh, knt., Prince’s Bachelor to Edward, the Black Prince; of Hamatethy in St. Breward, Cornwall died; buried at Grey Friars, Bodmin, Cornwall.

(S) Plantagenet Ancestry, P406. (S) Essay Towards … County of Norfolk, V3, 1769, PP13, 14, 25.

Child of Hugh and Margaret:

i. Thomas Peverell (3802774), born ~1345 in England.

G23: 7605546

7605546. Lord Edmund Hussey


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~1300, Edmund born in England, s/o 15211092. Edmund Huse & 15211093. Joan ?.

Edmund’s father died.

6/29/1323, Edmund Heuse of Sweyneswyk received a quitclaim of the property in Tatewyk from his brother Robert Heuse of Sweyneswyk. (S) UKNA.

7/3/1323, Edmund Heuse of Swainswick received a grant from Robert Heuse of one messuage and 1/2 virgate of land which he had of the feoffment of John Geffray of Tadwick. (S) UKNA.

9/20/1323, Edmund Hussee, lord of Sweyneswyk received a quitclaim deed to property from his brother Robert Husee of Sweyneswyk. (S) UKNA.

11/30/1323, By Edmund Husee, lord of Sweyneswyk, to Emeric and James his brothers, of a messuage and half-virgate of land, etc. which he had by feoffment from his brother Robert, in Tatewyk, with a cottage, etc. there … Witn. … James Husee, … (S) UKNA.

12/3/1323, Lease for lives in survivorship by Edmund Husee to Emery and James, his brother, of the messuage and land, together with a cottage and the reversion of a cottage and croft which John Poul and Ellen, his wife, held of him in Tadwick for the life of Ellen, which property Edmund held of the gift of the said Robert Husee, his brother, there at the annual rent of 8d. [Ellen like Edmund’s sister.]

3/5/1325, By Edmund Husee, of Sweyneswyk, to Robert Husee of a messuage and half-virgate of land in Tatewyk, and a cottage, etc. which John Poul and Elena his wife hold there. (S) UKNA.

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

4/7/1341, Edmund Husee was a witness to a deed in which his brothers James Husee and John Husee received land from Thomas de Acton. (S) UKNA.

1345, William de Iford and Margaret his wife, querents … and Edmund Hussee, deforciant ; for the manor of Sweuneswyke and the advowson of the church of the same manor … Edmund granted a third part of the manor and advowson which Nicholas de Haywod and Joan his wife held in dower of Joan … for the life of Joan, the heritage of Edmund which the decease of Joan to Edmund and his heirs ought to revert … 100 marks silver. (S) Somerset Record Society, V12, 1898, P228.

3/22/1360, Commission to Robert de Barton, Oliver Russel, John de Mersshmull and Edmund Husee, reciting … Taunton, co. Somerset, … county of Wilts … deposit the money in the cathedral church of Salisbury. (S) CPRs.

1360, Sir Edmund Hussey held the priory and advowson of Maiden Bradley manor.

~1362, Edmund died.

(S) A Guide to Farleigh Hungerford, Jackson, 1879, P35. (S) A History of the County of Wiltshire, V3, 1956; V15, 1995.

Children of Edmund and ?:

i. Joan Hussey (3802773), born ~1355 in England.

ii. Margaret Husee, born ? in England.
Margary married William de Iford.
Margery married Philip de la Mare.

Friday, May 27, 2011

G23: 7605544

7605544. Sir Walter Hungerford & 7605545. Elizabeth Fitzjohn

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~1290, Walter born in Wiltshire, England, s/o §Walter de Hungerford & Maud Heytersbury.

~1300, Elizabeth born in Wiltshire, England, d/o §Sir Adam FitzJohn of Chevill, Wiltshire & Elizabeth ?.

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

1329-38, Walter de Hungerford and Elizabeth his wife request execution of a fine through which the manor of Hanthorpe ought to descend to Elizabeth, on which they have sued a scire facias before Geoffrey Lescrop and his companions, justices of King’s Bench, and which has been delayed for four years and more … Adam Fitz John, father of Elizabeth de Hungerford; Elizabeth [Fitz John] his wife, mother of Elizabeth de Hungerford. (S) UKNA.

1331-36, Walter de Hungerford, knight of the shire in parliament. (S) History of the County of Wiltshire, V5, 1957.

4/16/1332, Grant … Witnesses: Walter de Hungerford, Roger de Baskervile, Knts. (S) UKNA.

4/21/1333, Witnesses: Walter de Hungerford, then bailiff of Sarum [appointed by the bishop of Salisbury]. (S) UKNA.

11/19/1335, Mandate to Walter de Hungerford, escheator in the counties of Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Middlesex. (S) CPRs.

1335-6, Walter de Hungerford, Exchequer: King's Remembrancer: Escheators’ Particulars of Account Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Middx. (S) UKNA.

1/3/1343, Walter de Hungerford, Robert ate More and John de Estbury, surveyors of measures and weights in the counties of Oxford and Berks. (S) CPRs.

4/1/1345, Commission to Robert de Hungerford, Roger de Esterford and Walter de Hungerford, … lands whereof Oliver de Ingham died seised, … (S) CPRs.

11/4/1349, Thomas son of Walter de Hungerford acknowledges that he owes to John Pyle, citizen of London, 100 marks. (S) CCRs.

5/28/1351,Commission of peace … John de Roches, Walter de Hungerford and John Everard are associated in the commission in the county of Wilts. (S) CPRs.

6/30/1352, Walter heir to his older brother Robert.

11/12/1355, Walter of Hungerford to Thomas son of John of Buckland, co. Berks and Isabella (his wife). Land in Kintbury and Wickham, co. Berks. Thomas son of Walter of Hungerford, Berks, to Thomas son of John of Buckland, Berks, and Isabel (his wife). Land in Kintbury and Wickham, co. Berks. (S) UKNA. (S) CPRs.

(S) A Genealogical History of the Dormant, … Burke, 1866, P291.

Family notes:
• Maud d/o John de Heytesbury, co. Wiltshire. (S) The Gentleman’s Magazine, V93, 1823, P330.

Child of Walter and Elizabeth:

i. Thomas Hungerford (3802772), born ~1320 in England.

G23: 7605542 Astley-Beauchamp

7605542. Baron Thomas de Astley & 7605543. Elizabeth de Beauchamp

~1305, Thomas born in Astley, Warwick, England, heir & s/o 15211084. Giles de Astley & 15211085. Alice de Wolvey.
By 1315, Elizabeth born in England, d/o 1249356. Guy de Beauchamp & 1249367. Alice de Tony.
6/24/1314, Thomas’ father died at the battle of Bannockburn, Scotland.
1314, Custody of Thomas assigned to Henry de Erdington, married to his aunt Joan.
1315-16, Warwick. Henry de Erdynton and Joan his wife, and John de Cave and Matilda his wife, sued Alice, formerly wife of Giles de Asteleye and Thomas her son for 5 messauges … in Wythbrok, as the right of the said Joan, Matilda, and of one Alice daughter of Thomas de Wolfneye, and Thomas son of the said Alice. Alice formerly wife of Giles appeared by attorney, and also the said Thomas by the said Henry, his custos, … unless the said Alice, the coparcener of the said Joan and Matilda, was included in the plea. She is therefore summoned. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V9, 1888, P52.
1326, Thomas heir to his uncle, Nicholas de Astley, 2nd Lord Astley of Bentley Park, co. Warwick. The Astley caput was held of Guy, earl of Warwick.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
5/18/1329, Commission of peace … Thomas de Asteley } in the county of Leicester. (S) CPRs.
3/25/1331, Commission of oyer and terminer … on complaint of oppressions by the ministers of the late king … Thomas de Asteleye } in the counties of Warwick and Leciester. (S) CPRs. [Repeated 7/18/1331.]
2/12/1332, Commission of peace … Thomas de Asteleye } in the counties of Leciester and Rutland. (S) CPRs. [Appointed a keeper of the peace in Warwick the next month.]
Thomas 1st married Margaret ?.
7/15/1334, Margaret was living.
1336/7, Thomas married Elizabeth.
3/10/1337, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Asteleye … in Asteleye, Wolvey, Milverton and Wylughby by Donechirche, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service … for the souls of the said Thomas, Elizabeth, his wife, his father and mother and ancestors. (S) CPRs.
1337, Thomas knighted.
1338, Thomas founded in Astley, Warwickshire, in the Lady chapel of the parish church of Astley, a chantry consisting of four secular priests, one of whom was termed the warden. (S) BHO, Collegiate Church of Astley.
1338-9, Thomas de Asteley, knight, to grant the advowson of the church of Astley to the warden of the chapel of St. Mary, Astley, retaining the manor of Astley. Warwick. (S) UKNA.
2/1340 at Kenilworth, Thomas de Asteleye witnessed a charter of Thomas, prior of Kenilworth to William de Clynton, earl of Huntingdon. (S) CPRs.
5/24/1340, Licence fo the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Asteleye, knight, … souls of him, Elizabeth his wife, Alice his mother, … (S) CPRs.
11/15/1340, Commission to Thomas de Asteleye, Nicholas de Charneles, … in the county of Leicester, to keep the king’s peace, to enforce the statutes, … (S) CPRs.
6/20/1341, Commission of oyer and terminer … Thomas de Asteleye, knight. } Warwick. (S) CPRs.
12/23/1341, Licence fo the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Asteleye, knight, … for the good estate of the said Thomas, Elizabeth his wife, Alice de Wolveye and Andrew de Asteleye, for their souls when they are dead, … (S) CPRs.
2/25/1342-3/10/49, Thomas summoned to parliament.
11/15/1342, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Edmund Trussel … in the chapel of St. Mary, Hulle Morton, for the souls of Thomas de Asteleye, Margery his wife, … Thomas de Asteleye, knight, … (S) CPRs.
1/30/1343, Thomas changed the three previous chantries into a collegiate church. (S) CPRs.
1/18/1345 at Wolveye, co. Warwick, Grant by Alice, late the wife of Giles de Asteleye, for the health of herself, Sir Thomas de Asteleye, her son, the lady Elizabeth, his wife, and William, their son, …. Witnesses:—Sir William de Clyntone, earl of Huntyngdon, Sir Thomas de Asteleye, Sir John Ryvel, …, Sir Ralph Basset of Sapcote, …, knights, … . (S) Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, V5, 1906.
Thomas traveled to France as a knight in the English army.
7/12/1346, King Edward landed an invasion force of 10000 in Normandy, which marched north plundering the countryside. King Philip VI, with 8000 horsemen and 4000 Genoese crossbowmen pursued.
7/26/1346 at Caen, capital of Normandy, Edward’s forces captured the city; and Raoul, Count of Eu, Constable of France, and Jean de Tancarville, Grand Chamberlain of France.
8/26/1346, King Edward won the Battle of Crecy in France. The French vanguard attacked without orders, commiting the whole army.
9/4/1346, Edward started the siege of Calais, France. [Calais would not fall until 8/4/1347.]
12/19/1346 by Calais, Exemption for life, in consideration of his good service in the war on this side the seas and elsewhere, of Thomas de Astele from being put on assizes, juries, … and from appointment as justice, mayor, … against his will. By K. (S) CPRs.
12/30/1346 by Calais, Grant to Thomas de Asteleye of free warren  in his demesne lands … co. Leicester, … co. Warwick … co. Northampton. Witnesses:– Edward, prince of Wales, duke of Cornwall and earl of Chester, William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, Thomas de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, John de Veer, earl of Oxford, Richard Talbot, steward of the household. (S) CPRs.
Thomas created a knight banneret.
1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].
3/15/1350, Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Asteleye, … (S) CPRs.
10/10/1350, Thomas de Astele, ‘chivaler,’ going on pilgrimage to Santiago, has letters nominating … (S) CPRs.
1353, Sigillum Thome domini de Astele used a rose on his shield of arms. (S) RRC.
5/21/1357, Creditor: Thomas de Astley, knight, lord of Astley [Knighton Hundred, Warwicks.]. Amount: £20. (S) UKNA.
3/20/1361, Commission of the peace … Thomas de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, Thomas de Astleye, … county of Warwick. (S) CPRs.
11/3/1362, Thomas de Asteley, knight, to grant rent in Shustoke, Fillongley, and Nuneaton (Warwick), and Lilbourne and Crick (N'hamp.) to the dean, canons, and vicars of the church of St. Mary, Astley, retaining lands in Astley, Weddington, and Wolvey (Warwick). (S) UKNA. (S) CPRs.
5/3/1366, Thomas, 3rd Lord Astley of Astley and Bentley, Warwickshire, 3rd Baron Astley was living. (S) Official Baronage of Paget, No.9.
1367, Sir Thomas de Asteleye, son of Giles de Asteley, make a grant of rents to the Dean, Canons, and Vicars of the Chantry, of the Church of B. Mary of Asteleye … (S) RRC.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry. (S) The St. James's magazine and heraldic and historical register, Burke, 1850, P383. (S) Peerages of England, Burke, 1831, P16. (S) Report of the Royal Commission, I-11, 1888, P7, P145.
Family notes:
·         Thomas served in France in the retinue of Thomas, bishop of Durham, from the date of passage to Hogges in Normandy, into the time of the siege of Calais.
Children of Thomas and Elizabeth:
i. William Astley (1477514), born bef. 1345 in England.
ii. Alice de Astley (3802771), born ~1350 in England.
iii. Thomas de Astley, born ? in England.

Thomas married Elizabth, d/o Richard Harecourt. [Ancestors of the Asteleys of Patstrull, Stafford.]

Thursday, May 26, 2011

G23: 7605538

7605538. Sir Thomas Wake & 7605539. Alice Pateshulle


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~1320, Thomas born in England, heir & s/o 15211076. Sir Thomas Wake & 15211077. Elizabeth Cransley.

~1325, Alice born in England, d/o 15211078. Sir John de Pateshull & 15211079. Maud de Grandison.

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

Bef. 2/20/1343, Thomas’ older brother Hugh died leaving Thomas as the family heir.

Bef. 3/15/1346, Thomas heir to his father.

Thomas traveled to the war in France with the English army.

7/12/1346, King Edward landed an invasion force of 10000 in Normandy, which marched north plundering the countryside. King Philip VI, with 8000 horsemen and 4000 Genoese crossbowmen pursued.

7/26/1346 at Caen, capital of Normandy, Edward’s forces captured the city; and Raoul, Count of Eu, Constable of France, and Jean de Tancarville, Grand Chamberlain of France.

8/26/1346, Thomas fought with the Black Prince at Crecy.

9/4/1346, King Edward started the siege of Calais, France. [Calais would not fall until 8/4/1347.]

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

1349, Alice’s father died; her brother William the heir.

3/29/1350, Thomas Wake released to John Pyel, citizen and merchant of London, all his right in the manor and advowson of Cransley, with other lands in Cransley and Broughton which John had previously held of the grant of Elizabeth, the mother, and of Hugh, the brother of Thomas.

1355, John Pyel of Irtlingborough, citizen of London, made a settlement of the manor and advowson of Cransley, held under Thomas Wake of Blisworth.

1360, Alice co-heiress to her brother William.

12/15/1361,Commission of peace … Henry, duke of Lancaster, … Thomas Wak of Blysworth, … county of Northampton. (S) CPRs.

1363, Thomas Wake of Blisworth holding a fee in Cransley at the death of Margery, widow of William de Ros of Hamlak.

1366, Thomas Wake held the advowson and 4 acres of the manor of Milton.

2/10/1367, Commission of array … William la Zouche of Haryngworth, Robert de Holand, Thomas Wake of Bleseworth, … county of Northampton. (S) CPRs.

7/14/1367, Commission of youer and terminer to … Thomas Wake of Blisworth, … co. Northampton, … (S) CPRs.

1372-3, Thomas Wake of Blisworth, knight, and Alice his wife to settle messuages, land, and rent in Cardington and Bromham (Bedford) and Linslade and Southcott (Bucks) on Thomas son of the said Thomas, Maud his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, with remainderto the grantors and the heirs of the said Alice. Bedford. Bucks. (S) UKNA.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

1379, Thomas, knt. of Blisworth, Justice of the Peace, Northamptonshire died.

9/22/1383, Grant, during the minority of the heir and successive heirs, to John Philipot, knight, of the custody of the lands late of Thomas Wake of Bliseworth, knight, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir. (S) CPRs.

1398-9, “Alice wife of Thomas Wake of Bleseworth (Blisworth), knight: Kent, Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire” died, the manor of Collingtree inherited by her grandson Thomas Wake. (S) UKNA, IPM.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P259. (S) DNB, V44, 1895, P30. (S) History, Topography, and Directory of Northamptonshire, Whellan, 1874. (S) A History of the County of Northampton, V4, 1937.

Children of Thomas and Alice:

i. Thomas Wake, born ? in England.
Thomas married Maud, d/o Sir John Pigot.
1383, Thomas died.
Child: Thomas Wake, ancestor of Roger Wake, adherent of King Richard III.

ii. Anne Wake (3802769), born ~1360 in England.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

G23: 7605510

7605510. John Fitz Roger & 7605511. Alice ?


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1345-52, John born in England, 3rd s/o 15211020. Henry Fitz Roger & 15211021. Elizabeth de Holand.

1352, John’s father Henry died leaving son Alan the heir.

1364-5 Alan died leaving his brother Thomas as heir.

Bef. 4/26/1369, John married Alice.

1370-72, John of Chewton-Mendip, Somerset, Westkington, Wilts, Mapperton, Dorset, Merston, Sussex, Glen-magna, Leicester, and Selling, Kent died.

Alice married 2nd Sir Edmund de Clyvedon. [no children]

1/16/1375, Edmund died.

Alice married 3rd Sir Ralph Carminow of Menheniot, Cornwall.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

1382, John's brother Thomas died, leaving his daughter Elizabeth as his heir.

10/9/1386, Ralph died “by a brase of Greyhounds pulled over a Cliff”.

Alice married 4th Sir John Rodney.

10/13/1399, Henry IV crowned king of England.

12/19/1400, John died.

By 1402, Alice married 5th Sir William Bonville; father-in-law of her daughter. [No children.]

1402, “William Bonevylle and Alice his wife state that William, brother of Ralph Carmynow, Alice's former husband …” (S) UKNA.

3/27/1426, Alice died; buried in the nave of the church Newnham church next to William.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, 108. (S) Notes and Queries, 1877, P232.

Child of John and Alice:

i. Elizabeth Fitz Roger (3802755), born 8/15/1370 in England. [Heir]

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

G23: 7605508 Bonville-Dumarle

7605508. Lord William Bonville & 7605509. Margaret Dumarle

~1330, William born in England, heir & s/o 15211016. Sir Nicholas Bonville & 15211017. Johanna Champernon.
~1340, Margaret born in England, coheir & d/o 15211018. Sir William Dumarle & 15211019. Anges de Meriet.
1/29/1354, “Debtor: Nicholas de Bonville, knight, and William, his son, of Somerset [William held half a fee in Chewton, Chewton Hundred, and in Lymington, Stone Hundred] Creditor: Richard Martyn of Weston {Wheston} [Winterstoke Hundred, Somerset.]. Amount: 200m.” (S) UKNA.
5/27/1359, “Debtor: Richard, the son of Robert St Clare, of Somerset. Creditor: William Bonville. Amount: £300.” (S) UKNA.
1361, Margaret’s brother William died leaving Margaret and her sister Elizabeth as the heirs.
7/15/1364, Commission to John de Monte Acuto, John de Ferrers, ‘chivaler,’, William Bonevill, … (S) CPRs.
5/10/1366, Commission of peace … William Bonevyle … county of Devon … (S) CPRs.
1369, William in the retinue of the Duke of Lancaster when he “laid waste the Pais de Caux in Normandy”.
3/4/1371, Commission to Guy de Bryene, admiral of the king’s fleet of ships … and William Bonevill to make inquisition in the counties of Devon and Dorset … ship … broken by tempest … (S) CPRs.
1372, William, age 40 and upwards, heir “virtute doni” to lands of Sybilla, wife of Robert St. Clere.
12/3/1373, Whereas … land in Wodebury … Geoffrey de Alba Marlea, late lord of the manor of Wodebury … William de Alba Marlea son and heir of the said Geoffrey … the king, for 40s. paid by William Bonevill and Margaret, his wife, kinswoman and heir of the said Geoffrey and William … may enter … as the right and inheritance of Margaret. (S) CPRs.
7/23/1376, Commission … touching all who have taken out of the county to Scotland or other foreign parts wheat, flour, malt, barley or other corn, contrary to the king’s prohibition. … Guy de Brien, John Beaumond, William de Bonevill, … county of Devon. (S) CPRs.
10/18/1377, Licence, on payment of 5 marks by William de Boneville, knight, for him to enfeoflf John Passeware … moiety of the manor of Westkyington, held in chief, … feoffees to grant the same to the said William for life, with remainder to John his son, and Elizabeth the said John’s wife, in fee tail. (S) CPRs.
1378-9, William Commissioner of Array for the defense of the coasts of Devon.
1/29/1381, “Letter of Osberne Hamelyn certifying … to Lady Margaret de Courtenay, Widow of Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Earl of Devon, … Wits. Sir William Bonevyle” (S) UKNA.
1381, “…  Endorsement: William Bonville, Sheriff, sent the writ to the bailiffs of the liberty of the town of Bridgwater …” (S) UKNA.
2/7/1382, Grant to William Bonevyll, knight, … manor and hundred of Wynfred Neburgh, co. Dorset, … (S) CPRs.
10/24/1384, Licence … to enfeoff John Wadham … feoffees, after seisin had, to grant to the said William, Margaret, his wife, and the heirs … (S) CPRs.
6/16/1386 at the palace of John of Gaunt, King of Castile and Leon, William gave a deposition in the case of Richard le Scrope. William testified he had seen Sir Richard Scrope in the arms of Sir Henry Scrope, but had never heard of Sir Robert Grosvenor before the hearing.
5/26/1390, “…  William Bonville, knight, sheriff of Devon; …” (S) UKNA.
1391, Lucy, widow of Richard Kendale, states that her late husband bought the wardship and marriage of Thomas Byttelesgate, son and heir of Thomas de Byttelesgate, and married him to Alice, his daughter. He then died, leaving Lucy and others as his executors. Thomas remained in Lucy's keeping until, by the command and procurement of William de Bonevyll, he was abducted with force and arms …; and they are still holding him and have entered his land and taken the rent and profits, expelling Lucy. Exeter, Devon, London. (S) UKNA.
2/28/1392, “Debtor: John Smith [merchant] of Dartmouth of Devon. Creditor: William Bonville, knight [of Devon] Amount: £90, for merchandise bought from him.” (S) UKNA.
5/8/1392, Pardon … Willam Bonevill, knight, for the acquisition, in fee, without licence from William de Monte Acuto, earl of Salisbury, … manor of Thurlebeare, … William and Margaret, his wife, … Thomas, their son, and Cecily, his wife, … (S) CPRs.
5/7/1393, “Philip de Courtenay knight to … To deliver seisin to William Bonevill knight of the manor of Southlegh in Devon and lands in Yvelchestre, Socke Denys and Lymyngton in Somerset.” (S) UKNA, Devon Record Office.
5/1/1397, Debtor: Philip Bat [merchant] of Devon. Creditor: William Bonville, knight [of Devon]. Amount: £40, for merchandise bought from him in the Staple. (S) UKNA.
8/1397, William received a bond for £100 he had lent to the King.
5/13/1399, Margaret died.
11/22/1399, Exemption for life of William Boneville, ‘chivaler,’ from being put on assizes, juries, … against his will. (S) CPRs.
1400, William, Sheriff of Devon.
8/1401, William, knt. of Somerset, commanded to attend the King’s council.
By 1402, William married Alice, mother-in-law of his son John. [No children.]
1402, “William Bonevylle and Alice his wife state that William, brother of Ralph Carmynow, Alice's former husband …” (S) UKNA.
1402, William settled lands on William, his son by Margaret; by default to be divided between his married daughters Katherine and Elizabeth.
9/12/1403, Commission to … to Peter Courtenay, Hugh Courtenay, … William Bonville, … to take 119 quarters of wheat, 14 tuns of wine, 46 tuns of ale, 2,700 fishes calle ‘hakes’ and 620 quarters of oats within the county of Somerset … to the castle and town of Kermerdyn, … to the castle of Kedwelly, … to the castle and town of Sweynseye … to the castle of Kyllenny. (S) CPRs.
4/17/1404, William had a house [or hotel] in the parish of the Holy Trinity, Exeter. “ut in aula infra mansum domini Willelmi Bonevyle, militis, …”
7/2/1405, Commission of array … Philip Courteney, ‘chivaler’, William Boneville, ‘chivaler,’ … county of Devon … (S) CPRs.
6/28/1406, William Bondville, ‘chivaler’, assigned to a commission to enquire about all sums of money … due the king and concealed by any sheriffs … co.’s of Cornwall and Devon. (S) CPRs.
1407, William summoned on the King’s service. [A letter of the Duke of York dated 6/22/1407 indicates that William was too ill to attend.]
8/13/1407, William wrote his will.
2/14/1408, William, knt. of Shute, Devon died; buried before the great Cross in the choir of Newenham Abbey church. [Alice is buried next to him.]
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, 108. (S) Strife of the Roses and Days of the Tudors in the West, Rogers, 2003, P41. (S) De Controversia in Curia Militari Inter Ricardum Le Scrope et Robertum, Scrope, 1832, P257.
Children of William and Margaret:
i. Richard Boneville, born ? in England.
Bef. 1397, Richard died.
ii. Katherine Boneville, born ? in England.
Katherine married Sir John Cobham of Blackborough, Devon.
Katherine married 2nd John Wyke.
8/1/1416, Katherine died.
iii. John Boneville (3802754), born 1371 in England.
iv. Thomas Boneville, born ? in England.
Thomas married Cicely Stretche, d/o Sir John of Sampford-Arundell, Somerset & Katherine Beaumont, d/o Sir John Beaumont of Sherwill, Devon. [His 2 sons died w/o issue.]
v. Elizabeth Boneville (3802785), born ~1375 in England.
vi. William Boneville, born ? in England.
9/1405-9/1406, John Moigne, knight, to settle the manor of Owermoigne and the advowson of the church there on himself and Cecily his wife for life, with remainder to William son of William Bonevyll, knight, Eustacia his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, remainder tothe right heirs of the grantor, who retains the manor of Radeslo. Dorset. (S) UKNA.
7/28/1408, Licence … John Moigne, ‘chivaler,’ … remainders to William Bonevylle and Eustachia his wife, … (S) CPRs.
10/4/1409, … co. Somerset, … William son of William Boneville of Shete, knight, … (S) CPRs.
5/4/1415, … William Boneville, ‘chivaler,’ … (S) CPRs.

G23: 7605322

7605322. Sir John de Brewes & 7605323. Sarah ?


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5/6/1301, John born in England, heir & s/o 15210644. Giles de Brewes & 15210645. Maud de Whitney.

1305, John age 3½ at his father’s death.

1325, John married Sarah.

1325, John de Braose, together with Sara his wife, made a settlementof two parts of the manor on Robert Spigurnell,  the third part being still retained by Mary widow of William de Braose.

1328, John de Braose is found complaining thatvarious persons had broken his tumbrel erected onhis soil at Buckingham, carrying away the wood ofwhich it was composed, and had assaulted his servantand felled his trees.

1326, John had livery of a third of Buckingham; held in dower by his grandfather’s 3rd wife.

1335, John granted a shop in the High Street to Peter Dove the tailor and Lora his wife.

1346, John living.

Bef. 8/24/1349, John, knt. of Knowlton and Woodland, Dorset, Buckingham and Loughton, Buckinghamshire died.

1366, Sarah living.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P360. (S) A History of the County of Buckingham, V3, 1925.


Child of John and Sarah:

i. Elizabeth de Brewes (3802661), born ~1320 in England.

G23: 7605294

7605294. Earl Edmund de Mortimer & 7605295. Philippe of Clarence



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2/1/1351, Edmund born in Llangoed, Breconshire, Wales, heir & s/o 15210588. Earl Roger de Mortimer & 15210589. Philppe de Montagu.

8/16/1355, Philippe born in Eltham Palace, Kent, England, heir & d/o 15210590. Prince Lionel of Antwerp & 15210591. Elizabeth de Burgh.

3/5/1356, Appointment … to take carpenters, masons, … for the repair of the houses in the priory of Caumpeseye where Philippa daughter of the king’s son Lionel is to dwell for a certain time. (S) CPRs.

2/26/1360, Edmund’s father died, Edmund inheriting the title of earl of Ulster; placed under the care of Richard, earl of Arundel.

2/20/1361, Grant to the king’s daughter Isabel … which William de Bohun, late earl of Northampton, held for his life of the inheritance of Edmund son and hier of Roger de Mortuo Mari, late earl of March, … nonage of Edmund … (S) CPRs.

2/13/1362, … of the inheritance of Edmund son and heir of Roger de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, the king’s ward … (S) CPRs.

11/13/1363, Philippe heir to her mother, becoming Countess of Ulster, and inheriting the lordships of Ulster and Connaught in Ireland, and Clare in Suffolk.

1364, Philippe was taken to the royal court of her grandmother, Queen Philippa.

1364 at Westminster, Indenture between the king’s daughter Isabel and Philippa late the wife of Roger de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, … during the nonage of Edmund, the earl’s son … (S) CPRs, 11/15/1364.

5/1/1366, Licence … abbey of Lesnes … by reason of the nonage of Edmund, son and heir of Roger de Mortuo Mari, late earl of March, … (S) CPRs.

5/1368 at Reading, Berkshire, Edmund married Philippe, becoming Earl of Ulster in right of his wife.

10/17/1368, Philippe’s father died.

1369, Edmund, earl of March and Ulster, became Marshal of England.

9/12/1369, Admission of Roger de Mortuo Mari, ‘chivaler,’ and James Watenhull, the younger, as guardians in Ireland for two years of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March and Ulster, and Philippa, his wife, who stay in England. (S) CPRs.

1/8/1370, Edmund summoned to parliament.

1/15/1370, Licence for the brethren of the hospital of St. John, Lodelowe, which is of the patronage of Edmund, son and heir of Roger de Mortuo Mari, late earl of March, … (S) CPRs.

2/3/1370, Grant the the king’s esquire, Richard Forester, … by knight service of the king’s son Edmund, son and heir of Roger de Mortuo Mari, late earl of March, the king’s ward, … (S) CPRs. [1st use of “the king’s son”]

5/4/1370, Pardon … at the request of Edmund, earl of March, … (S) CPRs.

4/12/1371, John de Rothewell and Walter Brigge are admitted as guardians in Ireland of Edmund son and heir of Roger de Mortuo Mari, late earl of March, and Philippa, his wife, daughter and heir of Lionel, late duke of Clarence, and Elizabeth late his wife, who are under age and staying in England, for one year. (S) CPRs.

7/20/1371, Exemplication, at the request of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, and Philippa, his wife, daughter and heir of Lionel of Andewerp, the king’s son, … (S) CPRs.

7/12/1372, … Edmund son and heir of Roger de Mortuo Mari, late earl of March, a minor in the king’s ward … (S) CPRs.

2/4/1373, Grant … Edmund, earl of March, son and heir of Roger late earl of March, who was then within age … (S) CPRs.

5/24/1373, Licence … Hugh de Boraston, for Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, to grant for life, … (S) CPRs.

1373, Edmund the chief guardian of the truce in Scotland.

9/16/1373, Thomas Mountyoie … going to Ireland in the king’s service in the company of Edmund, earl of March, … (S) CPRs.

10/28/1373, Commission to Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, … to find by inquisition in the town of Gloucestre … (S) CPRs.

4/16/1374, Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March and Ulster, staying in England, … attorneys are admitted as guardians of the king’s daughter Philippa, wife of the earl, staying in England … John Lovell, ‘chivaler,’ received the guardians by writ. (S) CPRs.

11/12/1374, Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, going beyond seas. (S) CPRs.

12/6/1374, Licence … the king’s son, Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, for the abbot and convent of Wyggemore to acquire in mortmain … a chaplain to celebate divine service daily … for the soul of Roger de Mortuo Mari, sometime earl of March, his father. (S) CPRs.

2/1375, Edmund attended the Duke of Brittany to Brittany. Supported by Edmund, earl of Cambridge, and Edward, lord Despenser, with 90 knights, 1895 esquires, 1985 archers, they took the castle of Saint-Mathieu.

6/27/1375, The Truce of Bruges was called between England and France. (S) War, Politics, and Culture in 14th Centruy England, Sherborne, 1994, P13.

4/28/1376, Edmund 1 of 4 earls attending the Good Parilament.

2/18/1377, Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, and Philippa his wife, have letters nominating … in Ireland … (S) CPRs.

Philippe died; buried at Wigmore Abbey, Herefordshire.

2/8/1377, Commission to Edmund, earl of March, Thomas de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, William de Ufford, earl of Suffolk, … between Robert de Knolles and Richard de Wygan … (S) CPRs.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

1377, Edmund appointed to the standing Council of government.

9/24/1378, Protection … for one year in Ireland, for the king’s kinsman, Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, staying in England, … (S) CPRs.

2/10/1379, Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March and Ulster, staying in England, … (S) CPRs.

10/22/1379, Edmund appointed King’s Lieutenant in Ireland. (S) CPRs.

12/6/1379, Licence … by Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March and Ulster, for him to alienate in mortmain … for the souls of Roger de Mortuo Mari … father of the said Edmund, and Philippa late the wife of the said Edmund, … Philippa his mother, and himself whilst living, … (S) CPRs.

4/19/1380, Letters for Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March and Ulster, going to Ireland on the king’s service … (S) CPRs.

5/1/1380, Edmund wrote his will.

5/5/1380, … Henry de Percy son of Henry de Percy, earl of Northumberland, in the company of Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, supplying the place of the king in Ireland. (S) CPRs.

1/20/1381, Protection … staying in Ireland on the king’s service with Richard Talbot, the younger, knight, in the company of the king’s kinsman, Edmund, earl of March, the king’s lieutenant in Ireland. (S) CPRs.

8/8/1381, Edmund de Mortuo Mari, earl of March and Ulster, staying in Ireland on the king’s service … (S) CPRs.

12/27/1381, Edmund, 3rd Earl of March, died after a winter crossing of a river in the Dominican friary at Cork. Initially buried at Cork, his body was later moved to Wigmore Abbey.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P595. (S) The Wars of the Roses, Weir, 1995.

Children of Edmund and Philippe:

i. Elizabeth de Mortimer (3802647), born 2/12/1370 in England.

ii. Roger de Mortimer, 4/11/1374 in Usk, Monmouthshire, England.
1385, Roger named the heir presumptive to the crown of England of Richard II.
Roger, 4th earl of March, married Eleanor Holand, [1st d/o that name of 738714. Earl Thomas de Holand & 738715. Alice Fitzalan.]
6/1398, Roger, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, ambushed and killed by the Irish at Kenlis in Leinster.
Child:
Edmund de Mortimer, born 11/6/1391, 5th Earl of March.
1400, Edmund the presumptive heir to his cousin King Richard II, usurped by Henry Bolingbroke. [An event that would eventually lead to the War of the Roses.] Edward descended paternally from Lionel of Antwerp, 2nd s/o Edward II; and maternally from Henry III.

iii. Edmund de Mortimer, born 11/9/1376 in England.
Edmund captured by Owain Gluyndwr at the battle of Bryn Glas.
1402, Edmund married Catrin, d/o Owain Gluyndwr.
1409, Edmund died during the siege of Harlech.

iv. Philippe de Mortimer, born ? in England.
Philippe married 1st John de Hastings, 3rd Earl of Pembroke.
Philippe married 2nd Richard de Arundel, Earl of Arundel and Surrey.
Philippe married 3rd Thomas Poynings, 5th Lord St. John of Basing, s/o. Lord Luke de Poynings.

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