Monday, May 7, 2012

G26: 60845248 Plays

60845248. Giles de Plays & 60845249. Joan de Burgulioun

Aft. 1266, Giles born in England, s/o 121690496. Richard de Playz & 121690497. Joan ?.

Bef. 7/8/1269, Richard de Plaiz died; his heir Ralph de Plaiz, age 3, a ward of Roger de Aguilon. [Wife Joan surviving.] (S) St Peter’s Chailey, History. IPM: Norfolk, Essex, Sussex. (S) CIsPM.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

3/12/1275, Giles brother Ralph age 9. Giles de Plaiz under age and a ward of the Queen. (S) Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper, 1862, P64.

1283, Richard’s son Ralph died.

9/28/1284, Order to examine the extents … that belonged to Richard de Monficcehet … [by reason of death of Avelina, wife of Edmund, the king’s brother] and to assign  dower to isabella, late the wife of Richard [Ralph] de Plaiz, tenant in chief, … of Richard’s purparty of the lands … Isabella … will not marry without the king’s licence. (S) CCRs.[Isabel remarried to John de Marmion.]

1290, Giles de Plaiz, son and heir of Richard, had assize of bread and beer in Wetinge, Norfolk.

2/19/1293, The under-written have quittance of common summons [of the eyre] in co. Kent: Giles de Playz. (S) CCRs.

1294, Sir Giles de Plaiz, knight.

9/1/1294, Giles summoned to Portsmouth, to sail to Gascony to recover his inheritiance. [King Edward was involved in a long war to protect lands in Gascony from Philip IV of France.]

1297, Giles de Playz, baron, summoned to parliament. (S) Some Feudal Coasts of Arms, Foster, 1902, P199. [‘bore, per pale or and gules, a lyon passant argent’.]

1299, Placita de Quo Warranto. At Foulmire, Giles de Plaiz has view of frankpledge. (S) Select Pleas in Manorial and Other Seignorial Courts, V1, 1889, P-XXI.

~1300, Robert de Powers held land in Witham of Giles de Plaiz of the barons Mountfichet of Stansted. (S) Transactions of Essex, 1893, P85.

1301, Giles mother Joan identifed as the mother of Ralph and Giles.

1302, Sir Giles de Plaiz benefactor of Bromwell priory, Wetinge. (S) Index Monasticus, Taylor, 1821, P21.

Bef. 10/15/1302, Giles died, seized of the manor of Fulmere, co. Cambridge.

4/8/1303, Order to cause dower to be assigned to Joan, late the wife of Giles de Playz, tenant in chief, from the knights’ fees and advowsons … as she had not yet had her dower thereof … 1 knights fee in Depham, co. Norfolk, … (S) CCRs.

8/8/1303, Joan assigned her dower. (S) CCRs, 10/20/1306.

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

7/30/1313, The Lady Joan de Plaiz, relict of Sir Giles, presented Symon Peche as rector at Weting.

10/30/1315, The Lady Joan de Plaiz, relict of Sir Giles, presented Nicholas le Blount as rector at Weting.

1324, The Lady Joan de Plaiz, relict of Sir Giles, presented Reyner de la Moore as rector at Weting.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

12/7/1329, The Lady Joan de Plaiz, relict of Sir Giles, presented John de Waunford as rector at Weting.

11/1/1330, The Lady Joan de Plaiz, relict of Sir Giles, presented John Burghhard as rector at Weting.

3/22/1333, The Lady Joan de Plaiz, relict of Sir Giles, presented Thomas de Methelwold as rector at Weting.

(S) Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, 1739. (S) The History of an East Anglian Soke, Hood, 1918, P75.

Family notes:

·         1380-84, John Plays, knight. John Plays, kinsman and heir of Aveline, who was the wife of Edmund, brother of King Edward I, states that Aveline … died seised … without an heir of her body, … the heir, Ralph son of Richard de Plays, was under age… line of descent set out in the petition, to John Plays, … as he and his ancestors have long sued for this … Aveline [de Forz], wife of Edmund Crouchback; …; Philippa [de Plays], sister of Aveline (the elder); Richard de Plays; Ralph [de Plays], son of Richard de Plays; Giles [de Plays], brother of Ralph de Plays; Richard [de Plays], son of Giles de Plays; Richard [de Plays], son of Richard de Plays … (S) CPRs.

Child of Giles and Joan:

i. Richard de Plays (30422624), born 8/1/1296 in England.