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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Baron Thomas Mauduit

 121698688. Baron Thomas Mauduit

~1185, Thomas Mauduit s/o 243397376. Robert Mauduit & 243397377. Agnes de la Mar.

9/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England.

1191, Thomas’ father died. Thomas in the wardship of Robert de Tregoz.

1194, Thomas Maudit impleaded by William Revell, who claimed the advowson of Warminster in right of his wife.

1195, Hugh de Bosco fined 200 marks for the custody of the lands and heirs [with the marriage] of Robert Mauduit.

5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.

By 1199, Thomas’ mother died; Thomas inherited Holgate.

9/1199, Hugh de Bosco of Wiltshire holding Warminster and its Hundred with the heir [Thomas] of Robert Mauduit. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Eyton, V4, 1857, P62.

10/1199, Thomas Mauduit suing Robert de Giros for land in La Clie with Hugh de Bosco.

1201, Hugh de Bosco charged with the £200 for the debts of Robert Mauduit.

1203-04, Thomas Mauduit holding Warminster. (S) Victoria History of Wiltshire, 1957, P8.

9/1204, Thomas of age. (S) English Baronies, Sanders, 1963, P28.


1204-5-6, Thomas acquitted for scutage of his Shropshire fife.

1205, Thomas Maudnit, Baron of Holgate, sued Robert de Bolledon, the son of William, to compel him to perform the service of a Knight's fee. (S) Transactions – Shropshire, 1892, P296.

2/1207, Thomas’ debts assessed at £100 of his father’s £200, of which he had paid £33 6s 8d.

8/1207, Hampshire. Thomas Mauduit a surety for Roger fitz Adam who was fined 1000 marks for the king’s good will.

1210, Thomas Mauduit grants to Salop abbey the homage of Henry fitz Sweyn … vill of Clia, … Witnesses: Robert Mauduit, … (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Vs3-4, Eyton, 1856, P77.

6/1210, Thomas Mauduit and Roger fitz Adam accompanied King John to Ireland. King John launched 700 ships in the attack.

6-8/1210, King John made loans for Thomas of 3-4 marks at Pembroke, Carridkfergus, and Dublin.

1211, Thomas Mauduit holding castle Holgate barony for the service of 5 knights.

1214, Thomas assessed 3 marks per fee for his Shropshire barony for the scutage of Poitou. [£10 for the fees which had been of Herbert de Castello.]

5/26/1214, Thomas served in Poitou with King John; empowered to personally receive the scutage due from his knights. [King John unsuccessfully invaded France trying to recover his lands.]

5/5/1215, Revolting Barons formally renounced their allegiance to King John and invited the King of France to invade England. [The barons in revolt together held more castles and knights fees than John did as King. Intervention by the King of France prevented by the Pope.]

6/19/1215 at Runnymede near Windsor, John forced to agree to the terms of the Magna Carta.

1216, Thomas joined the barons’ revolt against King John.

9/1/1216, Thomas forfeited Warminster as an opponent of King John to Raloh Gernun.

9/13/1216, Thomas’ Castle Holgate given to Hugh de Mortimer of Wigmore.

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.

3/16/1217, All of Thomas’ lands in Shropshire and Hampshire given to Robert de Ferrars.

9/14/1217, Thomas returned to the allegiance of the King and was restored to his estates.

1218, Thomas assessed scutage of 10 marks on 5 fees formerly of Herbert de Castello.

7/13/1219, Wiltshire. John Founder gives the king the third part of £63 to summon Thomas Mauduit before the justices at Westminster to answer him for £63. (S) FRsHIII.

2/19/1221, Thomas exempted from his personal scutage of Biham; and authorized to collect his own scutage.

11/9/1222, Thomas granted a weekly market at Holgate until King Henry should come of age. (S) FRsHIII.

1223, … ad assisam nove dissaisino capiendam quani Thomas Maudut aramiavit versus Galfridum do Furnellis de tenemento … (S) CPRs.

1224, Thomas exempted from scutages of Montgomery and Bedford.

1225, Thomas Mauduit given custody of Bridgnorth. (S) History of Shropshire, V3, Page, 1979, P31. [Thomas kept Bridgnorth until 1227.]

12/1225, … Ricardus de Stanesby, Thomas Mauduit, Walterus le Poher, Henricus Luvet … collectors of the 15th … (S) CPRs.

1226, … apud Exoniam, quam Thomas Mauduit aramiavit versus Osbertum Giifard de tenernento in Hanicnolle … (S) CPRs.

1227, John Bonet and Thomas Mauduit commanded to deliver the castle of Salop and Bruges [Bridgnorth] to Henry de Audley. (S) Journal – British Arch. Assoc., V2, 1896, P126.

3/27/1228, The king has granted to Thomas Mauduit that, of the debt of 21 m. which he owes the king and which is exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer, he may render a moiety … order to the sheriff of Wiltshire … (S) FRsHIII.

9/28/1228, Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to place in respite, …, the demand he makes … from Thomas Mauduit … (S) FRsHIII.

1229, Thomas assessed 10 marks sctuage of Keri on 5 fees in Shropshire [later exempted.]

1229, Matheus filius Hereberti, Thomas Mauduit, Willelmus de Greinvill et Henricus de Brayboef constituti sunt justiciarii ad assisam nove dissaisine … (S) CPRs.

1230, Rex omnibus … protectionem … fuerit in partibus transmarinis. … Henricus de Aldithele. … Willelmus Briwer. … Willelmus Lungespee. … Robertus Tregoz. Hamo Peche. … Willelmus de Percy. … Matheus de Luvayn. … Umfridus de Boun, comes Herefordie. … Thomas Mauduit. … (S) CPRs.

4/30/1230, Thomas sailed from Portsmouth with King Henry as he invaded Brittany in an unsuccesful attempt to recover Normandy.

1231, Thomas Mauduit, Henricus de Brayboef, Nicholaus Avencl et Hugo le Droes constituti sunt justiciarii ad assisam nove dissaisine … (S) CPRs.

12/28/1231, Wiltshire. Thomas Mauduit gives the king 5m for having a warren in his demesne lands of Warminster. (S) CFRs. [Thomas Mauduit gives the king 40s for having a writ to summon William Gilbert, William Hoese, Hugh de Dreux and Ralph le Tabler to be before the justices at Westminster with the record of the assize of novel disseisin that was taken before them at Salisbury between Peter Picot and the same Thomas, concerning pasture in Warminster. (S) FRsHIII.]

1231-32, Thomas granted free warren for his manor of manor of Warminster in Wiltshire.

1232, Thomas’ 5 Shropshire fees discharged of the scutage of Elvin.

1234-5, Thomas Maudut versus Bathoniensem episcopum de placito quare tenuit se in ecclesia de Werministr'. (S) Curia Regis Rolls, 1972, P391.

7/8/1235, Agreement: advowson to remain for ever with knights Sir Thomas Mauduit and Sir Nicholas Avenel, saving portion of 30m to be assigned in certain places in parish of Warminster for a preb. (S) Bath & Wells, V7, 2001, P71.

9/1235, Thomas Mauduit of Castle Holgate paid by the hand of Robert de Aula, seneschal of Castle Holgate, aid on the marriage of the King’s sister. [10.5 marks]

4/1236, Thomas Mauduit of Castle Holgate paid by the hand of Robert de Aula, seneschal of Castle Holgate, aid on the marriage of the King’s sister. [2nd assessment.]

1240, Thomas’ barony: 5 fees of 1165, 1 fee of William de Castle Holgate, Belswardine at half a fee.

1242, Thomas paid a fine of £80 to not serve in France. “Thomas mauduit redd. Comp. de .c. et .xx. m. de esidem finibus.”

1242-3, Thomas Maudut tenet duas partes feudi unius militis in Dena de veteri feƱamento de comite Marescallo, et comes de domino rege in capite. (S) Liber Feodorum, 1971, P704.

1244, Thomas died, leaving his body and 20s from is mill of castle Holgate to Haughman abbey.

(S) History of the County of Wiltshire, V8, 1965. (S) Transactions of the Shropshire, 1892, P292. (S) History of the Church of Preen, Sparrow, 1898, P10. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V4, Eyton, 1857.

Children of Thomas and ?: (S) See son William, 1256.

i. Robert Mauduit, born ? in England.

Robert died, his brother Thomas his heir.

ii. Thomas Mauduit,born ? in England.

Thomas died, his brother William his heir.

iii. William Mauduit (60849344), born ~1210 in England.

6/10/1244, The king has rendered to William, son and heir of Thomas Mauduit, all lands which the aforesaid Thomas held of the king in chief and which fall to the same William by inheritance, … Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to cause William to have full seisin … (S) FRsHIII. [Written in the same manner to the sheriffs of Wiltshire and Shropshire.]

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