121690514. Sir John de Bella Aqua & 121690515. Laderina de Brus
By 1240, Laderina born in England, d/o 23641014. Peter de Brus & 23641015. Helwise de Lancaster.
1272, Laderina de Brus, 1 of 4 daughters, coheirs of her father, Peter de Brus, Lord of Skelton.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
4/20/1274, IPM of Peter de Brus … extent of lands: … by the petition of John de Bellew, who has taken to wife Laderina, sister and one of the heirs of Peter. …
6/12/1283, John created lord of Bellew by writ.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
1293, John de Bellew makes a gift to Petronilla de Newmarch, a recluse at Womersley, of a quarter of corn from his manor of Burn, parish of Brayton, near Selby. (S) Surtees Society, V90, 1893, P156.
12/3/1293, King Edward granted leave to John de Bella aqua, who had married Ladernana, one of the heirs and coparceners of William de Lancaster, long dead, to pay, by annual installments of £10, the sum of £62 5s 6d, for the said William’s debts. [Ladernia’s mother a sister and coheir of William de Lancaster.] Nicholas, son of Isabel [Sibil], who had married Miles de Stapleton, aged 15, an heir; and her daughter Joan, wife of Aucher, son of Henry, aged 24.
10/22/1301, Inquisition on the lands and tenements which John de Bella aqua held on the day he died, by the law of England, of the inhertiance of Ladrana, formerly his wife, … seisin to Aucher, son of Henry, of the lands which to his wife Joan from her mother … saving right of Nicholas, son and heir of Sibil, also a daughter and heiress.
(S) The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, V1, 1892, P139. (S) Yorkshire Inquisitions, Brown, 1902, P165.
Child of John and Laderina:
i. Sybil Bellew (60845257ii), born ~1273 in England.