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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Lord Ralph de Coggeshall & Elizabeth de Barenton

23640384. Lord Ralph de Coggeshall & 23640385. Elizabeth de Barenton

~1235, Ralph born in England, s/o §§Laurence de Coggeshal.

~1240, Elizabeth born in England, d/o 47280770. Nicholas de Barenton & 47280771. Agnes Chetwynd.

~1259, Ralph married Elizabeth.

~1255, Pursuant to an inquisition … Laurence de Plumbergh [father of Ralph’s daughter-in-law Sarah] granted to Ralph de Cogeshale and John his son and Sarah, wife of John, a messuage 40 acres of land and 41. of rent in Little Beniflete, to hold to them and the heirs of Sarah. (S) CFRs, 6/10/1305.

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

1276, Ralph de Coggeshal to grant land [60 acres] at Markshall to the abbot and convent of Coggeshall, Essex. (S) Annals of Coggeshall, Dale, 1863, P50.

7/17/1279, Enfeoffment of Ralph de Coggeshall and Elizabeth his wife, manor of Duddenhoe, for life. (S) CFRs.

11/12/1279 at Westminster, confirmation of a grant in frank almoin which the King has inspected, made by Ralph son of Laurence de Coggeshal to the church of St Mary, Coggeshal, and the monks there, of the whole tenement which he had in the town of Markeshal of the gift of Herbert de Markeshal" (S) CPRs, P333.

3/1/1288, Grant to Dionisia de Monte Caniso, Ralph de Coggeshale and William Hastee, for a fine of 2000 marks … custody of the lands late of William [de Munchesi] son of Dionisia … during the minority of Dionisia, daughter and heir of the said William … (S) CPRs.

1288, Robert Bayard granted two-thirds of the manor of Somery to Ralph of Coggeshall for 11 years. (S) Hist. of Cambridge and Isle of Ely, V6, 1978, Sawston.

6/25/1289, Dionisia de Monte Caniso, Ralph de Coggeshale, and William Haste, executors of the will of William son of Warin of Monte Caniso. (S) CCRs.

5/25/1292, Debtor: Amaricus de Parco, of Glos., and William de Shadwell, of Wilts. Creditor: Godfrey de Acre, and Ralph de Coggeshall. Amount: 20m. (S) UKNA.

4/25/1293, Mandate to Denys de Monte Caniso, Ralph de Coggeshale and William Haste to pay to the executors of the will of Eleanor, the king's mother. (S) CPRs.

1294, Robert FitzWalter, Lord FitzWalter (d.1326) leased Sheering to Ralph of Coggeshall for 2 years. [1295 confirmed the lease for life.] (S) Hist. of Essex, V8, 1983, Sheering.

8/5/1294, From: the official of the court of Canterbury sede vacante To: Richard Gravesend, bishop of London Relates to a tuitorial appeal by William de Samford, chaplain, concerning a dispute with Thomas de Stanford, priest, over 'S...ford' chapelry, London diocese, of which Dominus Ralph de Coggeshale, knight, is patron. (S) UKNA.

12/7/1294, Andrew de Hengham released to Ralph de Coggeshale the manor of Bradker. (S) Report on Manuscripts, Royal Commission, 1914, P222.

10/14/1295, Comfirmation of a grant by Robert son of Walter, tenant in chief, to Ralph de Coggeshale of the manor of Sheringge, … (S) CPRs.

1296, Ralph’s son John died leaving a son John as his heir.

1/24/1297, Pardon … for default when lately impleaded before the justices of the Bench by Dionysia de Monte Caniso and Ralph de Coggeshale, to render them an account for the time that he was their bailiff in Helgehton. (S) CPRs.

7/30/1297, Appointment to assess and collect … 8th of movables … 5th of movables … Suffolk { Ralph de Coggeshale. (S) CPRs.

1303, Margaret, widow of John de Nevill, … Ralph de Coggeshale held ½ fee of the said Margaret. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, Ferrar, P127.

1305, Ralph of Codham Hall, Wethersfield, Knight, died. “Little Bemflet: messuage and land held for life only of Laurence de Plumbergh, granted to the said Ralph, John his son and Sarra wife of the said John, now deceased, to them and the heirs of the said Sarra; Pakelesham: manor held with John his son and Sarra the wife of the said John, to John and Sarra and the heirs of the said Sarra; Codham manor; Shaldeford; Dodenhoo manor; Coggeshale manor; heir: his son John, aged 26.”

5/4/1305, Order to the escheator on this side Trent to take into the king's hand the lands late of Ralph de Cokeshale, deceased, tenant in chief. (S) CFRs.

(S) Transaction of the Essex Archaeological Society, 1878, P257.

Family notes:

·          1180-1216, A ‘Ralph of Coggeshall’ was prominent in the Close Rolls and other records, and wrote the “Chronicles of Ralph de Coggeshall”, published about 1210. (S) Essex Naturalist, V3, 1889, P115.

Child of Ralph and Elizabeth:

i. John de Coggeshall (11820192), born ~1260 in England.


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