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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.