Sunday, January 1, 2012

G25: 30422744 Strange-Walton

30422744. Lord John le Strange VI & 30422745. Isolda de Walton

5/18/1282, John born in Ellesmere, Suffolk, England, s/o 60845488. Lord John le Strange V & 60845489. Maud D’Eiville.

Isolda born in England, d/o §John de Walton of Walton D’Eiville, Warwick.

1305, John created a Knight of the Bath. (S) Siege of Carlaverock, Nicolas, 1828, P233.

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

5/28/1309, John attended the tournament at Stepney at which his cousin Fulk le Strange attended; both in the retinue of the Earl of Lancaster. [John bore gules, two lions passant argent, within an orle of eight martlets, or.]

6/28/1309, Debtor: John le Strange, and Hamo le Strange, knights, and sons of Sir John le Strange, knight, the Elder, of Norfolk. (S) UKNA.

Bef. 8/8/1309, John age 27 when his father died.

10/30/1309, The escheator ordered to assign dower to Maud [John’s mother] in the presence of John, his son and heir, he having done homage for them.

12/8/1309, Deed of Covenant by Hamon Le Strange [younger brother of John] with John and Isolda Le Strange for voidance of a Bond for £1000 on completion of conveyance of the manor of Hunstanton. (S) UKNA, (S) Archaeologia, V25, P412.

12/12/1309, John Le Strange of Knokyn summoned to parliament.

Bef. 2/6/1311, John died; Isolda surviving and holding the manor of Knokyn jointly; acquired from Hamo le Strange, under Thomas de Halghton, without rendering any service except homage. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Vs9-10, Eyton, 1859, P370.

11/27/1313, Grant … to John de Mortuo Mari of that which pertains to the king of the marriage of Isolda, late the wife of Jehn Lestraunge of Knokyn, tenant in chief, … (S) CPRs.

11/18/1314, Isolda, late the wife of John le Strange, and William de Lodelowe, in a plea of deceit.

8/8/1316, Isolda required to furnish a jury from her lands to determine a complaint related to the forest of Ellesmere.

11/28/1317 in London, Debtor: Margaret, who was the wife of Hamo le Strange, of Hunstanton [Smethden Hundred, Norfolk]. Creditor: Isolda, who was the wife of John Le Strange of Knockin [Lord of Knockin in the Marches of Wales]. Amount: £510. (S) Women of the English Nobility and Gentry, Ward, 1995, P79.

12/2/1317, Grant by the Lady Isolda to Lady Margaret Le Strange of wardship etc. of Hamon son of the said Hamon [Margaret’s son]. (S) UKNA. [For the 510£ agreed upon.]

10/1320, Eubelo LeStrange’s sister-in-law, Isolda LeStrange of Knockin, was served by Richard Ludlow of Stokesay, a lawyer and portioner in Westbury. (S) Studies in the Harley Manuscript, Fein, 2000, P69. [Isolda’s attorney received the final payment of the 510£ debt.]

1/20/1322, Richard de Leghton was appointed by the King during pleasure as Superior Keeper of the castle of Knockin, a writ of aid for him being directed to Isolda de Knokyn, lady of the castle.

2/14/1322, Isolda or her bailiff to raise 50 foot-soldiers from her lordship of Knockin for the war in Scotland.

4/9/1322, Isolda or her bailiff to raise 50 footmen to go to Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

9/8/1322, Isolda’s attorney, for her at York, made aquitance of the debt of 1317.

5/20/1324, Commission … Griffin de la Pole lately took … the land of the Powys … John de Cherleton, lord of Powys, took into his hands … Isolda le Straunge of Knokyn, and that of Beatrice Corbet of Caus [to furnish a jury] … to do justice therein. (S) CPRs.

(S) Antiquities of Shropshire, 1860, Eyton.

Children of John and Isolda:

i. John le Strange VII, born 3/10/1297 in England.

6/16/1311, John summoned to parliament.

3/1323, John died at after the battle of Boroughbridge, without issue; his brother Roger his heir.

ii. Roger le Strange (15211372), born 8/15/1301 in England. [2nd son.]