47280146. Henry de la Wade
By 1202, Henry born in England, s/o §Henry de la Wade.
1218, Henry still a minor; Thomas de Edinton died holding wardship of lands of Henry de la Wade. (S) CIsPM.
2/15/1225, Rose of Cockfield has made fine with the king by 100s. on behalf of Henry, son of Henry de la Wade, for having seisin of the land formerly of Henry de la Wade, his father, whose heir he is, which falls to him by hereditary right, …. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire that, having accepted security …, he is to cause Henry, who is of full age, as is said, to have full seisin. (S) FRsHIII.
5/30/1235, Protection, until his return, for Henry de la Wade, gone on pilgrimage to Santiago. (S) CPRs.
1238, Henry de la Wade’s serjeanty at Stanton, Oxfordshire, valued at £8. (S) Kings and Their Hawks, Oggins, 2004, P78.
1241, Henry de la Wade sued William Amyot for land in Norton, Oxford, which Henry de la Wade his father died siezed of in the time of King John.
1255, Richard Basset and Henry de la Wade were pledges for Walter de Grey, knight. (S) Publications of the Selden Society, V13, 1899, P203. [Richard’s son married Henry’s daughter.]
1258, Henry de la Wade in a plea of the court of the King’s Bench associated with Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire. (S) The Irish Jurist, Univerisity College, Dublin, 1979, P127.
1260, Thomas, son of Thomas de Arden, sued for forcible ejection by Henry de la Wade for a messuage … at Ragley and Upton. (S) Lordship, Knighthood, and Locality; Coss, 1991, P196.
10/20/1260, Gift, for his good service, to Henry de la Wade, the king’s cook, of the serjeanty of Blacchesden, late of Richard de Grenvill … worth 51s 9.5d … to be held by the said Henry and his heirs … (S) CChRs.
1266, Henry de la Wade keeper of the silver vessels for King Henry III. (S) Topographical Account of the Hundred of Bosmere, Longcroft, P1857, 151.
7/20/1277, Henry de la Wade and John son of Henry de la Wade [and others] to make extent of the lands and tenements late of William de Harecurt in Stanton. (S) 46th Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper, 1886, P309.
By 1279, Henry de la Wade of Bletchingdon and Stanton Wyard in Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, died. (S) Oxfordshire Hundred Rolls of 1279, Hude, 1968, P36.
(S) Wade Genealogy, Wade, 1900. [Genealogist for the New York Public Library, Lenox Branch.]
· 1191, Henry de la Wade held 2 hides in Stanton Harcourt of the gift of the King. (S) Eynsham Under the Monks, Chambers, 1936, P20.
· 1192, Henry de la Wade the falconer to King Richard I. (S) Obligations of Society, Poole, 1946, P69. [This included the tasks of strewing fodder for the king’s beasts; and mowing and carrying hay in the King’s park at Woodstock, where King Henry kept a menagerie of animals.]
· 1202, Custody of the land of Henry de la Wade delivered to Geoffrey de Hauvill.
· 1205, King John granted the Earl of Arundel custody of the land of Wade in Southampton, lately belonging to Juliana de Wade.
· The above Henry, by a suit of 1349 over Stanton Harcourt, had sons Henry and John, who died without heirs [Indicating that the Henry of 1277 was the father of this John], and daughters Cecily [grandmother of Geoffrey le Archer – a plaintiff], Alianora [Eleanor, great-grandmother of a plaintiff – Ralph Basset of Weldon], Joan [no children] and Elizabeth [no children.] (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V12, 1891, P84.
· 1285, Henry, s/o Henry, was falconer to Edward I.
· Many records exist for a person named “Henry de la Wade” in records up to 1311.
Child of Henry and ?:
i. Eleanor de la Wade (23640073), born ~1250 in England.