Tuesday, June 14, 2011

G23: 7606148

7606148. Baron John de Clinton & 7606149. Ida de Oddingseles & 11820110. Sir Roger de Herdeburgh

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1258, John born in England, heir & 2nd s/o 15212296. Thomas de Clinton & 15212297. Mazera de Bisege.

~1260, Roger born in England, s/o 23640220. Hugh de Herdeburgh & 23640221. Isabel de Turville.

1265, Ida born in England, eldest d/o 15212298. William de Oddingseles & 15212299. Ela Fitz Walter.

Ida 1st married Roger de Herdeburgh, knt. of Prilleston, Norfolk.

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

1278, John’s father died.

11/13/1278, To Richard de Holebrok, the king’s steward, to deliver to John de Clinton, 18£ a year of land in Ovestorp, … Thomas de Clinton, and Mazera, his wife enfeoffed the said John, their son, thereof, … that John, after his mother’s death demised the same to Thomas for life. (S) The Ancestor, V8, 1904, P196.

Bef. 2/9/1284, Roger died.

4/25/1285, Commission to William de Hopton, Robert de Verdun, Johnde Diggeby and John de Clinton, to deliver the gaol of Warwick of William Murdak, … for the death of Ralph le Bedel, … (S) CPRs.

Aft. 9/29/1286, Ida married 2nd John.

2/6/1289, John, 1st Lord Clinton, Baron Clinton of Maxstoke, summoned to parliament by writ.

6/13/1291, Protection … John de Clinton, the younger, going on the king’s service with Ralph Basset of Drayton to Scotland. (S) CPRs.

1295, Ida coheir to her brother Edmund, inheriting Maxstoke and Budbrooke in Warwickshire.

9/16/1297, Appointment … to select and retain in the king’s service … knights and yeomen of his county … to be at London with their horses and arms … Andrew de Esteleye and John de Clynton } Warwick. (S) CPRs.

5/15/1299, Protection … John de Clinton, going beyond seas with Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.

1300, Ela formerly wife of William de Oddingeseles sued Ralph de Whyteleye of Solihul for a third of a messuage and 25 acres of landin Solyhull as her dower; and Ralph called to warranty John de Clynton and Ida his wife, Peter de Bermyngham and Alice his wife, Morice de Kaunton and Ela his wife, and John de Gray and Margaret his wife, because the said women were the daughters and heirs of William de Oddingseles; and John de Clynton and Ida appeared and stated that the said Peter had no wife named Alice, nor had Morice a wife named Ela, but that Peter had Ela to wife and Morice had Alice. Ralph denied this, and appealed to a jury, which is to be summoned for the Quindene of Hillary. (S) Plea Rolls for Staffordshire, V7, 1886.

3/4/1300, Restitution to Ralph son of Ralph Basset of Drayton, tenant in chief, notwithstanding his minority, of all his lands … in consideration of 1,000 marks which Guy, earl of Warwick, Hugh le Despenser, Hugh de Curtenay, Thomas de Furnivall, Andrew de Esteleye, John de Insula Vecta, John de Grey of Retherfeld, Hugh Poyntx, Bernard de Brus and John de Clinton, the younger, have acknowldeged themselves … (S) CPRs.

3/14/1300, Restitution to Ralph son of Ralph Basset of Drayton, … in consideration of 1,000 marks, which Guy, earl of Warwick, Hugh le Despenser, Andrew de Estleye, … John de Clinton, the younger, … have acknowledged themselves in the Chancery to owe to Edmund, earl of Cornwall … (S) CPRs.

4/11/1300, The sheriff of Worcester to work with John de Clinton the younger to array against the Scots all persons holding property of 40£, even if it is not held of the king to be at Carlisle by Midsummer. (S) CCRs.

4/1/1301, John received orders to attend King Edward I at Berwick-upon-Tweed to march against the Scots, gathering the men of Worcester. While the King was leading his army into the north, he first bestowed upon Clinton the name of “my beloved esquire,”. (S) CPRs.

John, previously steward of Walyngford, appointed seneschal of Ponthieu [France.] (S) CPRs, 1/7/1311.

6/6/1306,Protection … John de Clinton of Maxstoke, going to Ponthieu [France] on the service of Edward, Prince of Wales, earl of Chester, Ponthieu and Mustroil. (S) CPRs.

1306, Nuncii: Expenses of John de Clinton in France. (S) UKNA.

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

1308, John given the castle and honour of Wallingford.

Bef. 1/7/1310, John died; his sons minors.

4/20/1311, Protection for Ida de Clynton traveling with Queen Isabella. (S) Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland.

1311, Ida de Clinton as a lady in waiting, and her sons John and William as squires, members of the household of Queen Isabella.

1311-12, The Lady Ida de Clinton, a lady of the Queen’s chamber, given a winter robe. (S) Blackley and Hermansen, 1971.

1313, The Lady Ida de Clinton, a lady of the Queen’s chamber, given a winter robe. (S) The Household Book of Queen Isabella, Blackley, 1971, P157.

5/3/1313, Ida, late the wife of John de Clynton, received protection to accompany Queen Isabela to France. (S) CPRs.

2/20/1314, Protection for Ida de Clynton going with the Queen beyond seas on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.

2/20/1315, Notification that Ida, late the wife of John de Clynton, widow, is the first-born daughter and one of the four daughter of William de Oddyngeseles, deceased. By K … (S) CPRs.

12/31/1315, For New Years, King Edward II sent Lady Ida de Clynton a gift. (S) Notes and Queries, V11, 1873, P8.

1316, Prilleston, Norfolk, held by Idonia de Clynton. (S) Feudal Aids, 1920, P478. [Of her 1st husband.]

1318, Eleanor de Clare, the Queen’s Isabella’s chief Lady-in-waiting, with others including Alice Comyn and Ida de Oddingseles.

2/22/1322, Protection for one year … John de Hardeshull, … Ida de Clynton, Ralph Basset of Drayton, … (S) CPRs.

8/6/1322, Ida de Clyntone states that a third of the manors of Hadham and Corringham, which belong to her in dower, have been seized into the King's hand together with the other two-thirds of these manors, and that, although he had previous ordered them to be returned to her. (S) UKNA.

Ida became a prioress of Wroxall.

1325, Ida died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P221.

Family notes:

·         John de Clinton of Coleshull, a relation of this John [uncle or granduncle], in records as early as 1280, was also prominent in records of 1297–1311; and is likey s/o John de Clinton who supported Simon de Montfort in the barons war in 1264. 1284-5, John “the elder” claimed free warren in within the lordship of Coleshill. He died in 1316, holding Coleshill of John, s/o this John, a minor.

·         Sir John de Clinton of Maxstoke, head of the eldest line, bore “argent od le chef de azure a ii mollets de or”. John de Clinton, 2nd son, bore “argent od le chef de azure a ii flures de or”. James de Clinton, 4th son, bore “upon a chief two mullets pierced”. (S) Royal Historical Society Transactions, V5, Davies, 1996, P174.

Children of Roger and Ida:

i. Ela de Herdeburgh (5910055), born ~1283 in England.

ii. Isabel de Herdeburgh, born ~1284 in England.

Isabel married John de Hulles.

1304, Isabel the wife of John de Hulles, who, jointly with her husband, granted the manor of Weston Turville to Ella widow of Walter de Hopton. (S) A History of the County of Buckingham, V2, 1908.

By 1322, Isabel died.

Children of John and Ida:

i. John de Clinton (1249362), born ~1290 in England.

ii. William de Clinton (3803074), born ~1295 in England.

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