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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Under-Steward John Glyn & Jane ?

131300. Under-Steward John Glyn & 131301. Jane ?

~1415, John [2nd son of the same name] born in Lanhydrock, Cornwall, England, s/o §§Thomas Glyn & §§Jane Clyker.

8/31/1422, Henry VI succeeded Henry V as King of England.

~1425, Jane born in England.

1437, John Colyn, Vicar of Church of Radtre (Rattery in Devon) appoints attorneys John Glyn and Walter Milhouse to deliver to Stephen Gyfford and Robin Colyn Messuages, lands etc in Calmadya. (S) UKNA.

5/26/1449, Debtor: Richard Wellington, of Totnes in Devon. [Coleridge Hundred], yeoman, and John Glyn, of Morval in Cornwall [West Hundred], gentleman. Creditor: Thomas Tregarthen. Amount: 200m. (S) UKNA, C 131/78/1.

2/19/1451, John Treworgy of Morvall co. Cornwall 'gentilman' to John Glyn. Recognisance for 100 marks, to be levied etc. in Cornwall. (S) CCRs.

10/25/1451, Commitment to John Trevilyan, esquire by mainprise of … and John Glyn, ‘gentilman,’ both of the county of Cornwall, … (S) CFRs.

5/2/1452, Indenture being a grant by Reginald Tretherff, esquire, to John Glyn, of a yearly rent of 13s. 4d. for life from his lands, &c. in Tretherff, Trewynyen and Arallas, co. Cornwall. (S) Ancient Deed, V4, 1902.

2/9/1453, John Glynne commissioned to levy and collect in the ports of Plymmouth and Fowy and in all adjacent ports and places. (S) CFRs.

4/8/1454, “Debtor: Richard Wellington of Totnes …, and John Glyn of Morval [West Hundred, Cornwall], gentleman. Creditor: Thomas Tregarthen [of Cornwall]. Amount: 200m.” (S) UKNA [Concerns loan made in 1449.]

9/19/1454, John Glynne commissioned to collect in the ports of Plymmouth and Fowy and in all adjacent ports and places the subsidies of poundage and tunnage, and the subsidies on wool and woolfells . (S) CFRs.

10/29/1457, Henry Moylle, to John Glyn. Bond in 100 marks payable on Easter day next. (S) CCRs.

10/20/1458, “Thomas Gidelegh' and Margaret have granted to John Glyn' and Thomas Tregarthen' the rent together with the homages and all services.” (S) Feet of Fines, Cornwall.

6/18/1459, John Basset late of Tehyde co. Cornwall esquire and Martin Penpons late of the parish of St. Clement Danes co. Middlesex 'gentilman,' to John Glyn. Bond in £60. (S) CCRs.

6/28/1461, Edward IV succeeded Henry VI as King of England. [1st Yorkist King, after King Henry VI captured at the Battle of Northampton.]

1462, John recovered from John Rumsey and his wife Agnes, who had been the wife of William Botreaux, esq., 1 acre of land., “Cornish, in Clis juxta Morva”, which was to become his residence.

11/3/1465, John Glyn', querent, and John Talgragan' and Elizabeth, his wife, deforciants. 5 messuages and 200 acres of land in Talgragan', Trenans, Ryse, Maule and Crukmure iuxta Padestowe. John Talgragan' and Elizabeth have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of John Glyn', … John Glyn' has granted to John Talgragan' and Elizabeth 4 messuages and 120 acres of land of the aforesaid tenements in the aforesaid vills of Talgragan', Trenans, Ryse and Maule, … (S) Feet of Fines, CP 25/1/34/44.

1467-72, Plaintiffs: John Glyn, deputy of John, earl of Wiltshire, steward of the duchy of Cornwall. Defendants: Robert Knolles, clerk, and Thomas Clement. Subject: Obligations made by complainant under duress, after a riot in the Manor Court at Liskeard. Cornwall. (S) UKNA.

9/7/1468, Henry Bodrugan esquire of Bodrugan co. Cornwall … 'gentilman,' to John Glyn, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim … of all messuages, lands, … in Bossent and Penquyte by Bossent co. Cornwall …. Witnesses: …, Walter Code esquire, Thomas Tregarthen the elder, … (S) CCRs.

1469, John recovered from Margaret Lady Hungerford, widow, heir & d/o William Botreaux, the manor of Treffry.

7/13/1469, Debtor: John Vula, the elder, formerly of Wringworthy [in Morval, West Hundred] in Cornwall. Creditor: John Glyn, gentleman. Amount: £50. (S) UKNA, C 241/258/104.

9/16/1471, Debtor: Thomas Pennarth, gentleman, of Pennarth next to Morval in [West Hundred] Cornwall. Creditor: John Glyn, gentleman. Amount: £100. (S) UKNA, C 131/248/5.

8/29/1472 at 4 in the morning, “John Glyn of Morval, gentleman, Under-steward of the Duchy of Cornwall” murdered and  dismembered near Higher Wringworthy; buried at St. Wenna’s, Morval. (S) UKNA, SC 8/29/1439.


10/1472, Petitioners: Jane Glyn, widow of John Glyn of Morval. Jane Glyn, widow of John Glyn of Morval, complains of various assaults and robberies on her husband, culminating in his murder, perpetrated by a group of malefactors at the instigation of Thomas Clemens the elder, …. She asks … the king to send his writ, by authority of parliament, to the Sheriff of Cornwall, …, to answer to her for the death of her husband … also asks that an obligation that the malefactors forced various friends of her husband to make be considered null and void.

10/13/1476, Inquisition made at Bodmin before John Fortescue, Sheriff. John Glyn [died] seized in demesne … of: the Manor of Trefryse, worth £22; and 3 messuages and 40 acres of land in Lutcote, worth 33s. 4d.; and 2 messuages and 30 acres of land in Bodmin, which are worth 26s. 8d.; and 1 messuage, 6 acres of land, and 1 quarry, in Bodynyell, worth 8s. after expenses; and 1 messuage, and 30 acres of land, in Lancoff, worth 10s. after expenses. (S) UKNA, C 131/78/1.

(S) Visitations of the County of Cornwall, 1887, Vivian, P178.

Family notes:

·         The records are more likely of this John rather than his older brother because this John became the Steward of the Duchy of Cornwall; as well as his association with Liskeard and Morval. The other brother John is associated with St. Glyn Ives in Cornwall.

·         Thomas Glyn & Jane Clyker. Thomas Glyn, s/o Thomas, s/o Henry [living 1370], s/o Thomas [assessed a subsidy in 1327.] Jane, d/o William Clyker of Clyker – Identified in 1472-75, William Clyker in a suit with Richard and John Clyker over the manor of Trenode West, late of John Trenode, gentleman, in Cornwall. (S) Lists & Indexes, 1903, P125.

Child of John and Johanna:

i. John Glyn (65650), born 1449 in Morval, Cornwall, England.