94559104. Baron John Fitz Alan & 94559105. Isabel de Albini
~1197, John born in England, s/o 189118208. William Fitzalan.
5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.
~1203, Isabel d’Aubigny born in England, d/o 973530514. William D’Aubigny & 973530515. Mabel of Chester.
8/28/1212, John entrusted with 25 marks to be delivered to the Earl of Salisbury.
4/19/1215, John the successor to his older brother William. [John was with William at Clun castle when William died.] John’s lands delivered to Thomas de Erdington, his older brother William’s father-in-law. (S) The History of Ludlow and Its Neighbourhood, Wright, 1852, P143. [This had been an arrangement with Thomas and King John associated with the heir William before his death.]
4/27/1215, John met [as a minor] with the rebel barons at Brackley. [Likely because he did not like the fact that his lands were in the possession of Thomas de Erdington.]
6/19/1215 at Runnymede near Windsor, King John forced to agree to the terms of the Magna Carta.
8/2/1215, John in possession of the royal castle of Stretton in defiance of King John.
10/3/1216, King John presented to Cound church, claiming patronage in virtue of the attainder of his enemy John FitzAlan.
10/18/1216, King John died.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
4/20/1217, King Henry III gave John’s manor of Kivele to John Marescall.
10/1217, John made peace with King Henry III; the King authorizing him to collect scutage in Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Oxfordshire and Shropshire.
11/14/1217, by writ, most of John’s lands restored.
11/1219, The Barons of the Exchequer referred John’s crown-debts to the king, questions his debts due to Erdington’s fines with King John.
1/26/1220, John left England on a pilgrimage to the Shrine of St. James of Compostella.
6/1220, William de Duston and Mary his wife called to answer John FitzAlan and show by what warrant they hold in the manor of Meleham, Norfolk, which John claims as his right and inheritance. Mary claims dower right from his brother William. (S) Curia Regis Rolls, V9, P57.
1221, John still had a 10,000 mark fine inherited from his brother William. [Eventually dropped.]
12/1221, John was with King Henry III at the siege of Biham.
2/19/1222, John empowered to collect his own scutage.
2/11/1225, John attested to the Carta de Forestis of King Henry III.
1225, King Henry reissued the Magna Carta, which became the official text. Barones de Marchia named as Reginald de Braose, John de Monmouth, John fitz Alan, and Hugh de Mortimer. (S) Lords of the Central Marches, Holden, 2008, P9.
9/2/1226, Walter de Clifford, John fitz Alan, John le Strange and William de Cantilupe [and others] to attend a meeting on October 25th at Oswestry with Lewellyn, Prince of Wales, and report the result.
John married 2nd Hawise de Blancminster.
12/26/1226, A writ-close orders the variances between William Pantulf and Madoc ap Griffith of Bromfield to be settled at Oswestry by arbitration of John fitz Alan, John le Strange, … and the sheriff of Shropshire.
4/11/1228, John procured for his manor of Blancminster[aka Owestry and Alba Monasteriun] a fair on the eve, day of, and day after St. Andrew’s feast. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
1229, John assess on 9 fees of Geoffrey de Vere, and 22.5 fees of his own.
1230, John fitz Alan charged £2 on the scutage of Brittany on one fee of Albreda de Boterell.
1231, John fitz Alan excused on the scutage of Poitou of half a fee, on one fee of Albreda de Boterell.
1/23/1232, The King assigned John le Strange [the younger] and John Fitz Alan to receive satisfaction from Llewelyn for infractions of the truce. (S) LeStrange Records, 1916, P80.
1233, John apparently had another falling-out with the King.
6/14/1233, John fitz Alan to deliver to Walter de Beauchamp such hostages as the said Walter shall name. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Vs11-12, Eyton, 1860, P230.
11/3/1233, Mandate to John son of Alan that when it be necessary that some of his knights shall stay with him at Shrewsbury, he shall betake himself to the knights and free tenants who hold of him elsewhere in England to do the said service for him. (S) CPRs.
2/6/1234, To John Lestrange touching the hostage of John son of Alan. (S) CPRs. [John, sheriff of Salop, was to deliver back to John son of Alan, both William son of Richard de Leyliton and Simon son of Henry de Maskelin, who had been sent to the king as hostages to guarantee fidelity.]
7/1/1234, John with Thomas Corbet and Henry de Audley to take possession of the castles on the Marches in custody of Peter de Rivaux, by laying siege if necessary.
11/18/1236, John fitz Alan impedient vs. John de Beckebir plaintiff, a suit of charter-warranty … John recognizes gift of William fitz Alan, his father, …
3/28/1238, John FitzAlan, Walter de Clifford, and Herbert fitz Peter ordered to take measures against an attack by Llewelyn. (S) CPRs.
Bef. 6/16/1240, John died.
By 9/19/1242, Hawise died.
(S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Eyton, 1858, 1859, 1860.