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~1280, Hildebrand born in England, s/o §Robert de London.
Margaret born in England, d/o §Sir Geoffrey de Morley & Margaret ?.
2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.
1315, Hildebrand de London and Margaret his wife, querents, and Margaret de Morle, deforciant, of the manor of Axeford, co. Wilts, and one messuage and two carucates of land in Heydone, co. Dorset, by which Margaret de Morle grants to Hildebrand and Margaret his wife the said manor and lands, and after their deaths to remain to Robert, son of the said Hildebrand and heirs of his body, with remainder, should Robert die without heir of his body, to Richard his brother, with remainder, if Richard die without heir of his body, to Matilda, sister of Richard and heirs of her body, with remainder, if Matilda die without heirs of her body, to the right heirs of Hildebrand. (S) Feet of Fines.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
1327, Lay subsidy roll: Hildebrand de London 10s. 10d. (S) The Taxpayers of Medieval Gloucester, 1993, P42.
5/12/1330, Hildebrand appointed sheriff of Wiltshire.
1330, Grant by Hildebrand de London, that whereas Lady Nicholas de London was bound to Robert de London her son, Hildebrand’s father, in 20£ yearly out of her manors and lands of Langgebridie, Baggelake, and Estrhep, which lands aftterwards came into seisin of Thomas de London, who married Joan, daughter of John atte Hall, … who after Thomas’ death was, and is dowered … Joan may hold her dower for life … (S) A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, 1894, P560.
1331, Hildebrand de London pleads against Peter Colswayn and Joan his wife for the third part of a certain messuage, etc., in Langbridie, Dorset, which Robert de Stafford gave to Simon, son of Osbert de Langbridie, in free marriage with Matilda, daughter of said Robert, and which after the deaths of Simon and Matilda, and of Adam their son, and of Nichola daughter and heir of said Adam, and of Robert son and heir of said Nichola, to said Hildebrand son and heir of said Robert, ought to descend by form of the gift. (S) De Banco Roll, No.2844/21/1344, Quit-claim of Walter Druweys, parson of the church of Garsedone … Witnesses: Sir Thomas Seymour, Sir John Manduyt, then Sheriff of Wiltshire, Sir Hildebrand de London, Sir Robert de London, Kts., …, Henry Sturmy, John Forstebury, Peter Pippard, … (S) UKNA.
8/20/1331, Commission to Hildebrand de London … on information that the swans lately in the king’s manor and forest of Clarendon have been stolen … (S) CPRs.
5/3/1332, Hildebrand removed as sheriff of Wiltshire.
3/20/1333, Wilts. Chirograph indented between Sir Hildebrand de Loundres and Roger de Stutescumbe. (S) A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, V6, 1915.
9/7/1333, Commission … touching the trespasses of Hildebrand de London, knight, … [associated with stopping the proceedings of a jury] (S) CPRs.
1333-34, Hildebrand de London sheriff of Dorset. (S) The History and Antiquities of Somersetshier, V1, 1836, P70.
9/25/1334, Appointment of Hildebrand de London, … to audit the accounts of the bailiffs, … of the lands of Glamorgan and Morgannou in Wales, appointed by William la Zouche, Roger Chaundos, and Roger de Mortuo Mary now deceased, … William la Zouche now lord of the lands … (S) CPRs.
10/1335, Hilderbrand dismissed as the last professional sheriff of Devon. (S) The 14th Century Sheriff, Gorski, 2003, P60.
10/14/1335, Commission to John Inge, Hildebrand de London … on complaint by John de Hungerford … (S) CPRs.
11/3/1335, Hildebrand appointed sheriff of Devon. [Lasted one month.]
12/14/1336, Hildebrand de London sheriff of Dorset and Somerset. (S) The History and Antiquities of Somersetshier, V1, 1836, P70.
12/28/1336, Appointment … persons in every county … to arrest persons … to hear and determine the felonies … Hildebrand de London … } in the county of Dorset. (S) CPRs.
10/3/1337, Appointment … and Hildebrand de London, to go in person to the manor of Cheddre, co. Somerset, and make proclamation in the king’s name inhibiting all persons from doing anything in centravention of the statute [of Northampton]. (S) CPRs.
9/10/1338, Hildebrand removed as sheriff of Somerset and Dorset.
2/10/1341, Commission … Hildebrand de London … to find by inquisition in the county of Wilts … (S) CPRs.
4/1344, Hildebrand de London brought action agains John de Scures in respect to the abduction of Laurence son and heir of Roger de Calston. (S) Year Books of the Reign of King Edward III, 1901, P317.
4/21/1344, Quit-claim of Walter Druweys, parson of the church of Garsedone, … Witnesses: Sir Thomas Seymour, Sir John Manduyt, Sheriff of Wiltshire, Sir Hildebrand de London, Sir Robert de London, Kts., … (S) UKNA.
7/30/1344, Commission to Hildebrand de London, John de Ferers, … co. Wilts … (S) CPRs.
1346, An Assize of Novel disseisin was sued in the county of Dorset against Hildebrand of London and one R., … (S) BU School of Law, Legal History, The Year Books.
2/6/1347, Hildebrand de London, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Nicholas de Haywode and Walter de Haywode, 50 marks. (S) CPRs.
1349, Hildebrand de London, knight, witnessed a grant by Thomas, recort of the church of Froxefelde. (S) A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, 1890, P450.
Hildebrand de London, lord of Axford, co. Wilts.
Family notes:· Robert de London s/o Nicholas de London & Nichola de Langbridie , d/o Adam de Langbredie, s/o Simon de Langredie, s/o Osbert de Langbridie & Matilda de Stafford, d/o Robert de Stafford.
· There are multiple persons named Robert de London contemporary with the father and son.
· 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.
Child of Hildebrand and Margaret:
i. Robert de London, born ? in England.Robert married Elizabeth, d/o John, lord Lovel.
Sir Robert died, his sister Matilda became the heir.
i. Matilda de Londres (7604587), born ~1303 in