~1300, Matilda born in England.
1321, William’s father died.
By 1321, William married Matilda.
Aft. 1321, William, son and heir of Sir Geoffrey Albermarle (de Alba Marlia) and lord of Woodbury to Otes de Bodrugan: Grant of the manor of Restronges, warranted by the manor of Woodbury and Chinnock.
7/30/1322, … proceed in the following form to the delivery of the prisoners in the Marshalsea and in the castle of York, of whom some were taken against the king in the war waged of late in the realm … some surrendered themselves to the king's will, whose names also the king caused to be delivered to the chancellor; to wit, that from the more important prisoners he should receive security by their oath and bond of loyal behaviour towards the king and none the less by mainpernors … William de Aumarle of the county of Southampton has made fine in 40s. and has found as mainpernors John Prudhomme and Simon Ealoy of the county of Cornwall. [Cancelled because his quarrel was just due to hostile action of the Despensers.] (S) CFRs.
2/1/1325 at Exeter, Debtor: William de Albemarle, lord of Woodbury of [East Budleigh Hundred] Devon. Amount: £12 18d. (S) UKNA.
1326, Quitclaim. Alice who was wife of Sir John de Knouyle … [Witnesses] Sir Elias Coterel, Sir Stephen de Haccomb', Sir William Daumarle, Sir Martin de Fyshacre, knights … (S) UKNA.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
1327, William Daumarle was a principle taxpayer of Middle Chinnock. (S) The Particular Description of the Co. of Somerset, Gerard, 1900, P85.
1329, Debtor: William de Albemarle, lord of Woodbury of [East Budleigh Hundred] Devon. (S) UKNA.
5/14/1329, William de Alba Marlia, knight, acknowledges that he owes to John de Besevil £32 … co. Somerset. (S) CCRs.
3/31/1330, Order for the following to be taken before King Edward III [actually Queen Isabella & Roger de Mortimer] … Fulk fitz Warin, … William Daumarle, … who stood charged with being adherents of Edmund of Wodestoke (2954858), late earl of Kent [executed 12 days earlier.] (S) CFRs.
1330, People mentioned: … Robert, earl of Gloucester; …; Robert de Ver (Vere), constable; Humphrey de Burgh; Hugh Bigod; William de Albemarle (Aumale); … (S) UKNA.
7/23/1330, Licence for William de Alba Marlia to grant … land in Salterton, held in chief … (S) CPRs.
1/12/1331, Commitment during pleasure to the king's yeoman, William de Aumarle, of the keeping of the castle of Kaerkenny, South Wales. (S) CFRs.
1331, At Westminster … between William de Alba Marlia and Matilda his wife, Querents ; … and after their decease to remain to William son of William de Alba Marlia … remain to George his brother … Thomas his brother … (S) Pedes Finium, Somerset, 1898, P146; (S) Notes and Queries for Somerset, V15, 1917, P53.
5/14/1332, Licence for William Daumarle, the elder, … remainder to William his son, in fee simple, and the manor of Luneneston [Somerset] … to William the son and Agnes his wife, in fee tail, with remainder, … (S) CPRs.
6/6/1333, Licence for William Daumarle, the elder, to enfeoff Walter de Kynewardesleye, parson … remainder to William his son in fee, and the manor of Luneneston … rent to the said William son of William and Elena his wife in fee tail. (S) CPRs.
11/7/1333, Commitment during pleasure to William de Alba Marlea of the county of Devon and the castle of Exeter. (S) CFRs.
1/15/1334 at Exeter, Creditor: William de Albemarle, knight [held half a fee in Woodbury, East Budleigh Hundred, Devon]. Amount: £100. (S) UKNA.
1335, Creditor: William de Albemarle, knight [held half a fee in Woodbury, East Budleigh Hundred, Devon]. Amount: £100. (S) UKNA.
1335, William’s died in Scotland.
10/24/1335, Writ for IPM of William de Aumarle, Daumarle. Somerset: Middelchynnok. … William de Daumarle and Maud his wife … remainder to William, son of the said William Daumarle and the heirs male of his body. … William his son, aged 12 years about Easter last, is his next heir. Devon: Wodebyry and Limeneston. … [See 6/6/1333] … Walter, after seisin obtained, by the king’s licence enfeoffed William son of William Daumarle, and Helen his wife, of the said manor of Limeneston, together with 13 marks yearly rent in the said manor of Wodebyry, to hold to the said William son of William, and Helen, and the heirs of their bodies … The manor of Wodebyry is held of the king in chief, by service of 3 barbed arrows and an oaten loaf worth half a farthing … Southampton: Alvredeston. A messuage, lands and rent, … together with the advowson of a chapel in Alvredeston, held jointly with Maud his wife, who still survives … remainder to William their son … to George, brother of the said William, … to Thomas, brother of the said George …, and to the right heirs of William Daumarle, their father, … Heir as above, aged 14 years and more. (S) CIsPM.
10/7/1335, Order to the executors of the will of William de Aumarle, late sheriff. (S) CFRs.
9/23/1335, “ Grant to John de Reni, king’s yeoman, … of the marriage of Matilda, late the wife of William de Alba Marlia, tenant in chief, if she will marry him, or of her forfeiture if she marry without licence.” (S) CPRs.
2/12/1336, Matilda requests a remedy against the Scots who are in the king's keeping for killing her husband and taking his horses and goods to the sum of £200, which goods the Earl of Moray and his men had.
(S) Strife of the Roses and Days of the Tudors in the West, Rogers, 2003, P41. (S) De controversia in Curia Militari Inter Ricardum Le Scrope et Robertum, Scrope, 1832, P258.
Child of William and Matilda:
i. William Daumarle (15211018), born 4/1322 in England.
ii. George Daumarle, born ? in England.
iii. Thomas Daumarle, born ? in England.