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Friday, September 16, 2011
15212296. Thomas de Clinton &
15212297. Matilda de Bracebridge
~1230, Thomas born in England, s/o 30424592. Thomas de Clinton &
30424593. Mazera de Bisege.
Matilda born in England, d/o §Sir Ralph de Bracebrigg.
1249, Matilda's father knighted. (S) History of the Commoners, Burke, 1834, P271.
Matilda’s father died.
By 1264, Thomas died before his father. (S) The Ancestor, I8,
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P221. (S) The Scenery of Sherwood
Forest, Rodgers, 1908.
·6/23/1246, Appointment of Henry de Wyngham, king’s
clerk, together with one knight of each county, to keep the king’s escheats …
Warwick … Ralph de Bracebrug. (S) CPRs.
·1323, An assize … advowson of the church of
Aldulvestre … John de Clynton stated that the presentation belonged to him, in asmuch
as one Thomas de Clynton, his great grandfather (proavus), had been seised of
the advowson, and had presented one Adam de Chetewynd, who had been admitted
and instituted on his presentation; and the said Thomas had given the advowson to
one Thomas de Clynton and Matilda his wife…; and from the said Thomas and
Matilda the right descended to John their son and heir, and from John to this
John his son and heir, who now pleads … Thomas de Clynton, the great
grandfather, was seised of the advowson, … and he had afterwards granted the
advowson to Osbert his son, and the said Osbert had granted it by his charter …
the said Osbert had acknowledged the advowson to be the right of the Abbot and
his Church. (S) The Burton Cartulary: V5, 1884.
Children of Thomas and Maud:
i. John de Clinton (7606148), born 1258 in England. [Heir]