30422630ii. Lord Oliver de Ingham & 30422631ii. Elizabeth la Zouche
~1286, Oliver born in Ingham, Norfolk, England, s/o §Sir John de Ingham.
4/1310, Oliver’s father died leaving him lands in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Suffolk and Norfolk.
1310, 1314, Oliver summoned to serve in Scotland.
1324, Oliver served under Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent in the Duchy of Aquitaine during the War of Saint-Sardos against France.
1320, Oliver, Governor of Ellesmere castle.
12/6/1321, Writ of aid for Oliver de Ingham and Robert Lewer appointed to seize into the king’s hands all the lands and goods of Roger Dammory, Hugh Daudele, the younger, … Henry le Tyes, … John Mautravers, the younger, … and Bartholomew de Badelesmere in the counties of Oxford, Berks, Wilts and Gloucester. (S) CPRs.
1322, Oliver a supporter of the King against Earl Thomas of Lancaster; tried to hold Bridgenorth against Roger de Mortimer.
1322, Oliver made Justice of Chester.
1322, Oliver attended the king on an expedition into Scotland.
11/14/1323, Oliver ordered to pursue the adherents of Roger de Mortimer, who had escaped from the Tower in London.
1324, Oliver attended the Great Council at Westminster; appointed an advisor to Edmund, Earl of Kent in Gascony.
4/1324, Oliver sent with Edmund, earl of kent, the king’s brother, on embassy to King Charles IV of France at Paris. (S) CPRs., 3/26/1323.
1324-5, Oliver, Marshall of the English army, in the War of Saint-Sardos between King Edward and King Charles of France.
10/7/1325, Oliver Ingham appointed by Edward, duke of Guyenne and earl of Chester, as seneschal of Gascony. Oliver made attacks against French positions, including a successful attack against Agen. (S) The War of Saint-Sardos, Offices of the Royal Historical Society, 1954.
1326-7, Bonet de Sulir … in Gascony … ordered by Oliver de Ingham, then Seneschal of Gascony, to go with him, with eight mounted men-at-arms and forty foot sergeants to succour and provision the castle of Saintes. (S) UKNA.
2/19/1327, Protection for John de la Tour by testimony of Oliver de Ingham, steward of Gascony. (S) CPRs.
2/4/1327, Oliver, having returned to England, a Commissioner of Regency [1 of 12] during the minority of King Edward III.
6/1328, Oliver, called to parliament, named Chief Justic of Chester.
2/1329, Oliver a Justice in the trial of those that had attempted to overthrow Roger de Mortimer. [Oliver conducted multiple trials over the next year.]
3/21/1330, Oliver and John Mautravers appointed to discover the adherents of Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent.
10/19/1330, Oliver at Nottingham castle with Roger de Mortimer and Queen Isabella, and sent to the Tower in London. [Like Mortimer’s sons, Oliver was never charged with a crime.]
12/8/1330, Oliver received a full pardon from King Edward III.
1331, Oliver, Justiciar of Chester. (S) UKNA.
6/1332, Oliver reappointed Seneschal of Gascony. (S) UKNA.
1337, Oliver, Seneschal of Gascony, headquarter at Bordeaux when the Hundred Years War began.
1339, Oliver defeated a French force before Bordeaux.
7/1342, Oliver, having returned to England to get fresh troops for Edward III’s campaign in Brittany, sailed back to Gascony from Dartmouth.
1343, John le Archdekne served in Gascony under Oliver de Ingham.
4/6/1343, Oliver recalled from Gascony.
1/29/1344, “Oliver de Ingham: Wiltshire, Hampshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Dorset”, Lord Ingham, knight, died; buried in Holy Trinity Church, Ingham: “Mounsier Oliver de Ingham gist icy, et Dame Elizabeth sa compagne que luy Dieux de les almes eit mercy.” Oliver died possessed of the manor of Weybread [which the husband of Joan possessed at his death.]
1350-1, “Elizabeth, late the wife of Oliver de Ingham: Wiltshire” died. (S) UKNA, IPM.
Child of Oliver and Elizabeth:
i. Joan de Ingham (15211315ii), born ~1325 in
. [Coheir] England