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Friday, September 16, 2011

G24: 15212298

15212298. Lord William de Oddingseles & 15212299. Ela Fitz Walter

~1235, William born in England, s/o 30424596. William de Oddingseles & 30424597. Joan ?.

~1245, Ela born in England, d/o 30424598. Walter Fitz Robert & 16886943. Ida Longespee.

1258, William de Odingsels, had half of the advowson of Long Itchington church of the gift of kinsman David de Lindsey. (S) A History of the County of Warwick, V6, 1951.

By 1259, William’s father died.

1259, William, of Maxstoke and Warwickshire, of age.

1261, William summoned to parliament at London. (S) Baronia Anglica Concentrata, V2, Banks, P108.

6/1/1261, William de Oddingseles has a grant of 30 marks a year at the exchequer until the king provide for him more bountifully in wards and escheats. (S) CPRs.

1263, William in possession of Overhall manor. (S) The Manors of Suffolk, 1905.

4/1263, William de Oddingesell, £10 for Easter term year 47 of his annual fee of £20. Paid to Reginald de Bray, clerk of Philip Basset, justiciar. (S) CLRs VI, 2369.

1265, Lord William de Oddingseles witnessed a charter of Philip Basset & Ela Longespee. [Ela’s aunt.]

1265, Willam sided with King Henry III during the barons’ revolt.

1266, William’s elder brother Gerard died.

5/1266, King Henry III began a siege of 7 months of Simon de Montfort’s [Jr.] forces at Kenilworth castle.

8/6/1266 at Kenilworth, Pardon to William Godwyn of Malestok at the instance of William de Oddingseles. (S) CPRs.

1267, Hugh Odingsels [s/o Gerard de Odingsels] and William de Odingsels hold jointly the manor of Limesy [2 knights’ fees]. (S) Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire, Chauncy, 1826, P188.

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

7/1/1277, Sir William de Oddingsells a knight in the service of William, earl of Warwick. [William fought in Wales. King Edward was in Chester where he cleared a road through a dense forest, and started construction on the castles of Flint and Rhuddlan. King Edward made forays into the Welsh lands of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, prince of Wales, capturing Snowdonia and the isle of Anglesey.]

5/18/1281, Grant to William de Doddingeseles fo the marriage of the son and heir of Thomas de Dene, tenant in chief. (S) CPRs.

1282-3, William fought in Wales. King Edward defeated Llewelyn ap Gruffydd at the battle of Radnor in eastern Wales.

6/18/1283, The the keeper of the forest of Roteland. Order to cause William de Odingseles  to have in that forest six bucks, of the king’s gift. (S) CCRs.

1285, William, Lord of Solihull, claimed “a gallows and tumbrell”. (S) Medieval Yardley, Skipp, 1970, P75.

6/14/1285, Grant to William de Odingseles, for his service in the last expedition into Wales, of the custody, during minority of the heirs, of the lands in Ireland, late of William de Mohun, tenant in chief. (S) CPRs.

7/1/1285, Debtor: William de Doddingeseles, knight, of Warwicks. (S) UKNA.

1286, William in possession of Overhall manor. (S) The Manors of Suffolk, 1905.

1290, Enrolement of inquisition … before the sheriff of Warwick … William Doddingeseles … has not right beyond that of common. (S) CCRs.

10/18/1291, Appointment of William de Oddingeseles to the office of the justiciarship of Ireland, and to the custody, during pleasure, of the land of Ireland with the castles and other appurtenances. (S) CPRs.

6/20/1293, Mandate to all ministers and lieges to assist William de Oddingeseles in Westminster, carrying out certain business which the king has confided to him [the capture of certain malefactors]. (S) CPRs.

1293, William granted the right to hunt in the woods of Weeford, Thickbroom, and Hints, co. Warwick, by the earl of Warwick. (S) A Survey of Staffordshire, Erdeswick, 1844, P432.

10/27/1294, Appointment of William de Oddingeseles to hold the whole land and castle of Donyanegau, late of John, archbishop of Dublin, which the archbishop had by gift of the king, and of Richard son of John, in Connaught, and which have come to the king’s hands by the archbishop’s death ; to hold at will with all the issues thereof. (S) CPRs.

3/18/1295, Power, at the supplication of Peter, the dean, and the chapter of Derry, to William de Oddingeseles, justiciary of Ireland, … to give the royal assent to the election of Henry de Ardach, monk of the Cistercian order. (S) CPRs.

4/19/1295, “William de Oddingseles, alias Doddingeseles: Hertfordshire, Warwickshire” died.

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 Kauntonand 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.

1302, Ela, remarried, living.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P628.

Family notes:

·         David de Lindsey’s mother Aleanora was the sister of William’s paternal grandmother Basilia de Limesi. (S) Lives of the Lindsays, V1, 1858, P25.

·         William de Odingseles, d'argent a la fece de goulz, a deux molets en le cheif goulz.

Children of William and Ela: [1 son, 4 daughters]

i. Ida de Oddingseles (7606149), born 1265 in England. [Eldest daughter]

ii. Margaret de Oddingseles (30422857), born 1277 in England.

iii. Edmund de Odingsells, born ? in England.

1295, Edmund died leaving his 4 sisters as co-heirs.

iv. Alice de Odingsells, born ? in England.

Alice married 1st Maurice Caunton.

Alice married 2nd Ralph de Parham.

v. Ela de Odingsells, born ? in England.

Ela married 1st Sir Peter de Birningham, Knt.

Ela married 2nd Sir Eustace le Poer, Knt.