7604586. Sir Richard de Combe & 7604587. Matilda de Londres
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Bef. 10/24/1300, Richard’s father died before he was born.
12/4/1300, Simon de Cumbe. Inquisiton made at Ambresbyre … land in Fiteleton in chief, lands and tenements in the ville of Combe of the Bishop of Winchester by the service on one knight’s fee, 2 marks rent in vill of Compton by 1/7th knight’s fee. John de Combe, brother of the said Simon de Combe, is his next heir-apparent, and is of age 22 years, but the jurors say nevertheless that Alice, who was the wife is pregnant by him. Sum of the extent 14£ 16s 2d. (S) The Index Library, V37, 1908, P278.
4/1301, Richard born in England, s/o Simon de Combe & Alice ?.
6/8/1301, Inquisition at Netheravon, “The said Alice has borne a son by the same Simon, named Richard, who is aged ten weeks, and the next heir of Simon.”
Richard was put in the wardship of Master Richard de Abenden.
~1302, Matilda de Londres born in England, d/o 15209174. Hildebrand de London & 15209175. Margaret de Morley.
2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.
1316, Richard was still under the custody of Master Richard de Abenden.
1322, Richard, of age, presented to the living of Fitelton.
1323, Richard gave a portion of the tithes of Hakenestoii, in the parish in Fitelton, to Thomas de London.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
Bef. 6/23/1329, Richard died, son Richard, age 9, his heir.
Bef. 1331, Matilda died.
(S) Wiltshire Notes and Queries, 1913.
· 1279, Grant by Simon de Combe, heir & s/o Richard de Combe … land in Fytelton … (S) A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds.
· 1286, Simon de Cumbe and his wife Christiane made a settlement in West Lavant, co. Sussex.
· 1290, Grant by Richard de Cumbe, son and heir of Simon de Cumbe, to William de Cumbe and Joan his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of two messuages, curtilages, and land which Richard le Zonge and John Drake formerly held in villenage in Fiteltone. (S) A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, V2, 1894.
· 1291-93, Wiltshire: Particulars of account for Manor of Ludgershall, rendered by Richard de CUMBE, Sheriff, through Simon de CUMBE, son and heir. (S) Records of the Exchequer, PRO Catalogue, London.
· 1/27/1293, Simon de Combe, having done fealty, had livery of his father’s lands at Fytilton.
· 1297, Robert de Warenna was presented to the living of Fitelton by Simon de Cumb, "son and heir of the lord Richard de Cumb".
· 1/28/1444, Commission to … John Stourton, knight, … William Darell, esquire, and Elizabeth [Calston] his wife, have made petition … whereas Robert de London, whose heir Elizabeth is … in the time of Edward I … lands called ‘Hallynges manere’ in Langebredie, co. Dorset … Robert had issue, Hildebrand de London, to whom after Robert’s death … and from him to his son Robert, who died without heir, and to his daughter Maud, who married Richard de Combe, and from them to Richard their son, who died without heir … and to Felicia, their daughter, who married Laurence Calston, and from them to Thomas, their son, and from him to the said Elizabeth, his daughter, who with her said husband was seized thereof, until they were disturbed of late by the king’s officers … (S) CPRs.
Children of Richard and Matilda:
i. Richard de Combe, born 1320 in England.
5/10/1341, Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Combe, … a messuage in Coventre by Richard de Combe … (S) CPRs.
Richard married Margaret ?.
11/12/1342, … 12£ which Richard de Coumbe is bound to render yearly … the rent is paid out of certain lands which Richard holds in Fitelton and not out of the manor of Fitelton, … (S) CPRs.
9/4/1346 by Calais, General pardon, for his good service in the war of France, to … on condition the he do not withdraw from the king’s service, so long as he shall stay this time on this side the seas, without his special licence … Richard de Coumbe of the county of Southampton, … (S) CPRs.
9/1346, Richard at the year-long seige of Calais [a foothold for England in France that would be held for 200 years.]
Richard, lord of Fitelton, Combe, and Todeworth, knighted.
7/12/1352, Licence … for Richard de Combe, knight, to enfeoff … rent, and a fishery in the stank of a mill, in Fitelton, held in chief. (S) CPRs.
Richard died; son Simon his heir. (S) CPRs, 3/8/1390.
ii. Felicia de Combe (3802293), born by 1330 in England.