1284-1330 mention William de Aula, his wife Katherine, and son Thomas.
1295, William de Aula appointed to the high office of Coroner.
Temp. Edward II: Charter of Thomas Devedaunz confirming to William de Aula (Halle) and Katharine his wife and Thomas their son and acre of arable land in South Field of Bradford … (S) The Wiltshire Archaeological …, V1, 1854, P280.
· 1273, William de Aula de Bradford is mentioned among Wiltshire gentlemen witnessing documents during the reign of King Edward I.
· 1279, Reginald de Aula appears as Jurors for the Hundred of Melksham.
· 1329, “Indented Charter of Reginald de la Sale of Bradford ; granting to Thomas his Brother, a messuage &c., late Elizabeth la Bret’s in Porteshead. 60s. Rent. Also 24s. Rent yearly in Bradford.” (S) Bradford-on-Avon, Jones, 1907, P240.
Children of William and Catherine
i. Thomas de la Salle (3802112), born ~1315 in England.