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Monday, January 16, 2012
G25: 30424672 Mauduit
30424672. Thomas Mauduit & 30424673.
Joan de Bassingbourne
Bef. 1250, Thomas born in England, s/o 60849344. William
Mauduit & 60849345. Eve ?.
Joan born in England, niece of Warin de Bassingburn married to
Isabel de Sacy. [Possibly d/o Baldwin.]
By 1260, Thomas’ father died. The King of Almagne acquitted
5 fees of Scutage of Wales in respect to the 5 fees of Thomas Mauduit [which
was of the concern of the Master of the Templars.] 4/4/1264, Thomas a minor, wardship was granted to Warin de
Bassingbourne. [Warin was Thomas’ uncle.]
1/10/1266, Grant to Warin de Bassingburn of the wardship of the
and lands and heirs of William Maudut of Werministre, deceased, … with kinght’s
fees, advowsons, … and with the marriage of the heirs. (S) CPRs.
5/12/1270, Protection with clause volumus, for four years from
Easter, for the following going on crusade to the Holy Land … Thomas Maudut …
7/12/1270, Thomas was given licence to let the manor of
Warminster while he went to the Holy Land with Prince Edward. (S) CPRs.
8/1270, Thomas Mauduit, about to accompany Lord Edward to
Palestine, put out to ‘ferm’ his demeesnes of Warminster. Thomas died.
Bef. 4/24/1271, Son Warin initially in the wardship of Richard,
King of the Romans. (S) CPRs.
10/15/1272, Grant to William de Wintreshull of the marriage of
Joan late the wife of Thomas Maudut, … or any fine or forfeiture she may make
for a marriage pertaining to the king is she marry without licence … (S) CPRs.
1275, Thomas’ widow Joan held Warminster in dower.
Child of Thomas and Joan:
i. Warin Mauduit (15212336), born bef. 1271 in England.