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Saturday, December 10, 2011
G25: 30417294 Tuchet
30417294. William Tuchet
~1245, William born in England, s/o 47283712. Sir Robert
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade. Bef. 1295, William died.
Child of William and ?:
i. Isabella Touchet (15208647), born 1266 in England.
ii. William Tuchet, born ~1270 in England.
1295, William summoned to parliament as a baron.
1296, William served in Scotland.
1297, William served in Flanders with a retiune of 4 knights
and 12 footmen. (S) The Welsh Wars of Edward I, 1901, P278.
3/1298, William Tuchet heir to his uncle, William de Louth,
bishop of Ely.
Aft. 3/1298, Petitioners Roger de Morteyn (Mortain); Isabel de
Morteyn, wife of Roger, one of the hiers of William de Luda, bishop of Ely.
Request to the treasurer … William Tuchet parcener of Isabel de Morteyn. (S)
1299, William de Tochet possessed of Thorp.
William served in Scotland.
2/12/1301, William Touchet, lord of Leevenhales, joined in the
baron’s letter to the Pope about the sovereignty of Scotland.
2/14/1301, Grant to William Tuchet, and his heirs, of free
Warren in all his lands of Leuenhales, co. Hereford, Finemere and Shaldeswell,
co. Oxford, and Preston and Cuuele, co. Buckingham.
1/21/1307, William summoned to parliament at Carlisle to treat
upon the affairs of Scotland. (S) Parliamentary or Constitutional History of
England, 1762, P151.
1310, William died, his heir William Touchet, s/o Nicholas de