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Thursday, May 31, 2012
G26: 60849344. Mauduit
60849344. William Mauduit & 60849345. Eve
~1220, William born in England, s/o 121698688. Thomas Mauduit.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
Bef. 1231-2, William 1st married Eugenia, d/o 47281870.
Fulk Fitz Warin.
1236, Elias was a creditor of William Mauduit and his wife,
Eugenia. (S) CCRs.
6/11/1236, Wiltshire. William Mauduit and William Luvel give
the king 20s. for having an appeal before the king at Clarendon upon his first
coming there. (S) FRsHIII. 1236, Jacob Crespin a creditor of William and Eugenia Mauduit.
(S) Starrs and Jewish Charters, 1930, P36.
6/1244, William’s succeeded his brother Robert; [His brother
Thomas succeeded their father, who was succeeded by his brother Robert]. (S)
History of the Church of Preen, Sparrow, 1898, P10.
William married 2nd Eve.
1248, William granted the whole mill of Castle Holgate to the
canons of Haughman abbey.
8/6/1253, William with King Henry as he left for Gascony from
Portsmouth with 300 ships.
10/23/1253, Henry’s army in camp at Benauge, France [east of
11/8/1253 in France, The king granted William Mauduit a yearly
fair at Warminster and a weekly market at Castle Holgate. (S) Gazetter of
Markets and Fairs.
12/28/1253, Henry’s army in camp at Bazas, France [southeast of
3/19/1254, Henry’s army in camp at Meilhan, France [south of
Bordeaux, near the Spanish border].
5/8/1254, Wiltshire. Robert Harangod’ and Richard of
Wallop give the king 3½ m. for having the writ which is called si
recognoscat against William Mauduit. (S) FRsHIII.
1254, William Mauduit holding land of 20£ or more in cos. Salop
1255, William Mauduit holding Castle Holegod [5 hides], with it
appurtenances, of the King, doing suit to the County, but not the Hundred, nor
did he pay stretward nor motfee. William had a gallows, held pleas of
bloodshed, and hue and cry, had an assize of beer, and was entitled to a Writ
of Right [empowering him with his own court in his liberty.]
1256, William Mauduit, in a suit about Oxenbold with the prior
of Wenlock, gave his title of descent: Robert de la Mare [Henry II], to Agnes
his daughter and heir, to Thomas her son and heir, to Robert and Thomas his
sons who died without issue, to William their brother, the present plaintiff.
1257, William Mauduit and his wife, Eve, gave the advowson of
the church of Warminster, Wiltshire to the dean and chapter of Salisbury.
“Omnibus … praesens … Willelmus Mauduth, dominus de Wermenistre, … Evae Mauduth
uxoris mea, …” (S) Charters and Documents … Salisbury, 1891, P329. [The advowson
later held by his son Thomas.]
7/1257, William Mauduit, of Warminster, given letters of
protection while serving the King in Wales.
1258, William alienated all his Shropshire barony to Richard,
earl of Cornwall; and conveyed Castle Holgate to the Knights Templars.
By 1260, William died.
(S) History of Warminster, Daniell, 1879, P150. (S)
Transactions of the Shropshire, 1892, P292. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V4,
Eyton, 1857, P66.
·Eugenia Fitz Warin is not likely the mother of
Thomas as she had to be born by 1199.
Child of William and Eve:
i. Thomas Mauduit (30424672), born bef. 1250 in England.