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10/14/1287, Thomas Mauduyt born in England, s/o 15212336. Warin Mauduit.
By 1293, Eleanor born in England [likely d/o Bogo de Knoville].
9/26/1300, Thomas, age 14, succeeded to his father’s estates.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
1308, Thomas, of age, took livery of his father’s lands.
7/12/1309, Debtor: Thomas Mauduit. Creditor: Simon the son of Richard, and Nicola his wife. Amount: £1000. (S) UKNA.
1310, Between Thomas Mauduyt and Alianora his wife … and Simon filius Ricardi … of the manor of Bukeworth. “Thomas Mauduit (Maudit), lord of Warminster.” (S) UKNA.
1311, John Goscelun quitclaimed his right in the bailiwick of the hundred toThomas Mauduit, the lord. (S) A History of the County of Wiltshire, V8, 1965.
1313, “Thomas Mauduit, lord of Warminster.” (S) UKNA.
1316, Judgment of Recovery at Sarum to Thos. son of Warin Mauduit and Robert Seal in the sum of 20s. (S) The Wiltshire Arch. and Natural Hist. Mag., 1854, P281.
1316, Piror de Okeburne. Johannes de Anne. Thomas de Querle, et Johannes de Sane to Manifeto. Thomas Mauduyt. (S) Feudal Aids, V2, 1900.
1316, Hundredum de Weremynstre. Thomas Mauduyt. [Within the hundred, Villa de Weremynstre – Thomas Mauduyt.] (S) Feudal Aids, V5, 1908, P212.
7/27/1320, Pardon to Robert le Boor for acquiring, without licence, from Thomas Mauduyt, tenant in chief, the bailiwick of bedelry of the hundred of Wermenstre, co. Wilts; … (S) CPRs.
8/20/1321, Pardon … of any actions by reason of anything done against Hugh le Despenser, the son, and Hugh le Despenser, the father, … on testimony of John Giffard of Brummesfeld … Thomas Maudyt. (S) CPRs.
~1322, Thomas Mauduyt of Warminster requests a remedy as he was wrongfully imprisoned in the castle of Salisbury … party of the quarrel of the earl of Lancaster. Whilst he was in prison he was forced to make a fine of an annual rent for the following six years in Sussex. [Michael] Daune should have satisfied the king for all manner of actions and demands, but once he had possession did not wish to do so, so that Maunduyt is in arrears. (S) UKNA [Date stated as given, 1324, also stated as likely wrong.]
3/22/1322, Thomas fought at the battle of Boroughbridge, northwest of York, fighting for Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, against Edward II. Thomas was captured and executed at Pontefract. Warminster manor was granted to Hugh le Despenser, the elder.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
3/1/1327, IPM of Thomas Mauduit: died siezed of the manor of Warminster, held in capite by the service of one soldier, … water mill … market … fees of the hundred … claimed and exercised the privilege of hanging felons on Alkmere Gallows in Longbridge Deverill, … (S) The History of Warminster, 1879.
3/12/1327, Eleanor, widow of Thomas Maudyt, was assigned her dower of lands by King Edward III; the custody of the remainder of the lands given to John de Kingston during the minority of son John. (S) CCRs.
2/6/1327, Sale for 100 marks to John de Kyngeston of the marriage of John, son and heir of Thomas Mauduyt, tenant in chief. In the event of the death of the said John under age, … (S) CPRs.
3/13/1327, Commission of oyer … on complaint by Eleanor late the wife of Thomas Mauduyt, that … Robert Mauduyt and Isabella his wife, and others, carried away a bull, 18 oxen, 160 sheep, 160 lambs and 18 swine, worth 100£, and other goods at Warminster and Westbury, co. Wilts. (S) CPRs.
Eleanor remarried to Richard de Perers.
7/8/1332, Licence for John son of Thomas Mauduyt to enfeoff Robert le Boer … two parts of the manor and hundred of Wermynstre, … now held in dower by Richard de Perers and Eleanor his wife … regrant these to him, Juliana his wife, … (S) CPRs.
(S) Warminster: Manors, A History of the Co. of Wiltshire: V8, 1965, P 96-103. (S) Grateley, A Hist. of the Co. of Hampshire: V4, 1911, P369-71.
Child of Thomas and Eleanor:
i. John Mauduit (3803084), born 1311 in England.