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Monday, October 31, 2011

Sir Hamelyn De Deandon & Aubrea de Punchardon

20319234. Sir Hamelyn De Deandon & 20319235. Aubrea de Punchardon

~1230, Aubrea born in England, d/o §William de Punchardon.

1240, Survey of Moor: Hamelin Deaudon of Deaudon, Kt. (S) Report and Transactions, Devonshire, V27, 1895, P145.

1250, Hamlin de Deandon was one of the Knights appointed to make a return of the Great Assize for Devon. (S) Visitation of the County of Devon, 1895, P483.

Family notes:

·         St. Audries, West Quantokshead, was held in the time of King John by William de Punchardon, of the castle of Dunster.

·         At his death William de Puchardon left several daughters, heiresses to his possessions, of whom Aubrea was married to Hamelyn de Deandon of Deandon in Devon, by whom she had a son named Thomas, who died without issue; and two daughters, Mabel, wife of Sir Baldwin Malet of Enmore, and Joan, wife of Roger de Claville. In the partition of the estates this part became the property of Malet. (S) History of Somerset, Collinson, Vol. III, P496

Child of Hamlyn and Aubrea: