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Sunday, April 1, 2012
G26: 47280194 Caily
47280194. Sir Osbert de Caily &
47280195. Emma de Tattershal
1247, Osbert born in England, s/o §Adam de Caily & Mabell
1260, Emma born in England, d/o 94560390. Sir Robert de
Tatteshall & 94560391. Joan fitz Ranulf.
6/19/1270, To Robert de Castre and Osbert de Kaylly
collectors of the twentieth in the county of Lincoln … (S) CPRs. 1272, Emma’s father died.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1287, Osbert de Caley claimed free warren, assize of bread and
beer, view of frankpledge, … at West-Bradenham.
1302, Emma’s brother Robert died, his son Robert, age 15, his
1305, Emma died; her son Thomas de Caily had livery of her
(S) Norfolk Archaeology, V3, 1852, P126. (S) History of the
County of Norfolk, Blomefield, 1807, P142.
·In the reign of Edward I, Osbert de Kailli
witnessed the founding of the Hermitage at Ickburgh by William Barentun.
·1309, Emma’s nephew Robert died leaving Emma’s
descendents as coheirs.
·Adam de Caily [Kailey, Caleye, Kaili ] s/o John
de Kailli [died 1206] & Margery [who married 2nd Michael de Ponynges.]
1209 – A fine levied between Adam de Kaili, Michaed de Ponyngs and Margery his
wife, tenant, of the dower of Margery, from John de Kailli, her first husband.
1228 – Another fine between Adam de Kailli, querent, and Margery, widow of John
Children of Osbert and Emma:
i. Thomas de Caley, born 1283 in England.
1/1306, Thomas son of [Osbert] de Caylly, 24 and upwards,
co-heir [with his maternal aunts] of his cousin Robert de Tattershal. By 1306, Thomas de Cayley, of Brompton, Yorkshire, gave his
sister Margaret in marriage to Roger de Clifton, his esquire.
11/25/1306, Thomas did homage for his inherited Tatershal
lands, including the castle of Buckenham. 1310-12, Thomas summoned to parliament.
7/30/1316, Thomas de Caley died leaving as his heir Adam de
Clifton, son of Roger de Clifton, by Margery his sister.
ii. Margaret de Caily (23640097), born ~1285 in England.