~1253, Walter de Cornubia born in England, s/o 23640580. Richard of Cornwall.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1280, Walter de Cornwall sheriff of London. (S) A Dictionary of English Surnames, Reaney, 1991, P750.
9/8/1280, Roger Crok acknowledged himself bound to Walter de Cornwall in the sum of £6 3s … (S) Cal. of Letter Books, City of London, 1899, P33.
By 1285, Walter married Margery.
1293, Edmund earl of Cornwall gave lands to Walter de Cornwall his base brother. (S) Parochial Antiquities, V1, 1818, P456.
2/3/1295, Edmund, earl of Cornwall, gave in frank almoin, to the abbot and monks of Hayles … witnesses, Sir Walter de Cornubia, Sir Reginald de Boterellis, Sir Theobald de Nevill, steward of Cornwall, Sir Ralph de Mareschal, knights, … (S) CChRs.
1296-97, St. Stephen’s in Branel given to Walter de Cornwall. (S) Ministers’ Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall, 1296-1297, 1942, P-XXIV.
4/1/1300, Confirmation … Edmund earl of Cornwall, assignment in fee simple to Walter de Cornubia his brother of land to the value of £18 in his manor of Brannel. (S) CPRs.
9/1301, Cornwall, Branel. The said Margaret [late the wife of Edmund earl of Cornwall] seeks 1/3 of the manor and of the advowson of the church as her dower against Walter de Cornubia; who says that the said earl gave the same to him and his heirs &c, and he offered the earl's charter which testifies this.
6/25/1302, Inquisition held before the sheriff finding that it was not to the damage of the king or anyone else if Cornwall gives his manor of Brannel to the abbot and convent of Hailes … The council does not consent to the king granting what is requested neither by grace nor by fine for Walter de Cornwall is a bastard. (S) UKNA.
2/7/1307, Henry de Bodrigan, Kt., and Peter de Brodigan his brother. Messuage and carrucate of land in Tredowargh … Witd: Sirs Reginald de Boevile, Walter de Cornubia; Thomas de Pridias, Kts; Henry de Campo Arnulphy … (S) UKNA.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
1307-8, Walter de Cornubia, de Branell, miles: Ermine, a lion rampant gules corwned or, on a bordure engrailed …, 8 roundels … (S) The Note-Book of Tristam Risdon, 1897, P209.
10/24/1308, Sir Walter de Cornubia, knight, presented Thomas de Branel at St. Stephen’s-in-Brannel.
7/13/1309, Baldwin, “capellanus de Branel” inst. at St Stephen’s-in-Brannel; patron, Sir Walter de Cornubia, Knt. (S) The Register of Walter de Stapledon, Bishop of Exeter, V2, P258.
7/25/1310, Feoffment by William son and heir of Ralph de Tregod … Withesses : – Sir Walter de Cornwall, Peter de Trelewyth, …. (S) A Desc. Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, 1902, P497.
8/6/1310, Sir Walter de Cornubia, Knight, procured from Bishop Stapledon a licence to have a chantry in Capella sua de Brayneis infra limites ecclesie parochialis. (S) Ecclesiastical Antiquities in Devon, 1840, P15.
1311, Walter, knight of the shire for Cornwall, bore the arms of Richard of Cornwall. (S) The Curisoities of Heraldry, Lower, 2004, P310.
8/1312 at Westminster, …; Walter de Cornwaille (Cornwall), knight, member of parliament for Cornwall; James Peverel (son-in-law), knight, member of parliament for Cornwall. (S) Parliamentary Rolls, 2005.
1313, Walter died.
2/20/1313, Writ for IPM of Walter de Cornubia. Cornwall: Branel. The manor, with the advowson of the church … William his son, aged 26, is his next heir. (S) CIsPM.
1327, William de Cornewaille, knight, states that the sheriff by colour of his bailiwick has come to his manor and took his corn and chattels, …. He also has seized the dower lands of his late mother and holds Cornewaille out of the land so that he can't recover it because of the support he has in the country. John Treiagu, Sheriff of Cornwall; Margery de Cornewaille (Cornwall), mother of the petitioner. (S) UKNA.
(S) Plantagenet Ancestry, P406.
Children of Walter and ?:
i. William de Cornwall (15210404), born 1286 in England.
4/2/1313, Order to the same to deliver to William de Cornubia, son and heir of Walter de Cornubia, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he haying done fealty. (S) CFRs.
ii. Margaret of Cornwall (15211097), born ~1290 in England.