23640104. Ralph de Crumbewell & 23640105. Joan de la Mare
~1270, Ralph born in England, s/o 4997442. Ralph de Cromwell & 243382629. Margaret de Somery.
~1270, Joan born in England, d/o §Sir Geoffrey de la Mare & Ida ?.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1289, Ralph’s father died.
By 1293, Ralph’s mother died.
11/1/1296, Letter for Ralph de Crumpwell, going to Scotland on the king’s service, … (S) CPRs.
Joan married 2nd Henry de Grey.
6/6/1301, Licence for Henry de Grey, who has married Joan, late the wife of Ralph de Crumwell (to whom before his death the king granted licence to make a trench 40 feet wide around his wood of Lameleye, within the metes of Shyrewode forest, and to sell the wood growin within the trench), to complete the trench as sell what remains of the wood within the trench. (S) CPRs.
9/1302, Henry de Grey and Joan is wife by attorney against Edmund son and heir of Robert de Somerville, … land in Corbrigge … which Isabella formerly wife of Robert de Somerville claimed in dower. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V7, 1886, P97.
· 4/1264, Geoffrey de la Mare was one of the barons holding Northampton against the king and was named in the Dictum of Kenilworth.
· 4/13/1273, Roert de Sprouton … to replevy … Joan de leyham, Margery and Olive, her sisters, Geoffrey de la Mare and Ida his wife their land in Leyham, Lalleford and Berkeford, … (S) CPRs.
· 8/4/1295, Geoffrey, father of Joan, granted a maket and fair at Northborough, Northamptonshire. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
· 1296, Geoffrey de la Mares, for 60 marks, gave up his constableship of Peterborough. (S) Peterborough Abbey, King, 1973, P34.
· 6/16/1345, Petitioners: Cecily Gerberge and Geoffrey de la Mare, her son. … The petition states that Ralph and Joan de Croumbewell, John and Mabel de Folvill, and Hugh and Maud de Crescy brought an assize of novel disseisin against Cecily Gerberge and others concerning lands in Lincolnshire which formerly belonged to Geoffrey de la Mare, father of Joan, Mabel and Maud, although they have no right, as Maud is a bastard and Geoffrey had a son, Geoffrey, by Cecily, who was under age at the time of his death; and because he was under age, and the lands held of the Abbot of Peterborough, the Abbot had wardship of him and his lands, and assigned Thurlby to Cecily in dower [in 1342-43]. (S) UKNA. [Geoffrey, Joan’s father, had 3 wives.]
Child of Ralph and Joan:
i. Ralph de Cromwell (11820052), born ~1290 in England.