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Friday, August 28, 2020

Lord Osbert de Caily & Emma de Tattershal

 94560388. Lord Osbert de Caily & 47280195. Emma de Tattershal

1223, Osbert born in England, s/o 189120776. Adam de Caily & 189120777. Mabell ?.

~1242, Emma born in England, d/o 94560390. Sir Robert de Tatteshall.

By 1244, Osbert’s father died.

1244, Osbert de Kaylly  had respite of knighthood until Christmas.

6/25/1244, Rex dedit respectum Osberto de Kaylly de se milite faciendo usque ad Natale anno etc. xxix. (S) CCRs.

By 1248, Matilda, Countess of Norfolk and Warenne (47279561), granted an annual rent of 3 marks out of her mill by her manor-house in Cestreford in Essex, towards finding the nuns clothing for ever; Sir Roger Bygod Earl of Norfolk [s/o Matilda], Sir Ralf Bigod, Sir William de Hengham, Sir Osbert de Caily. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V2, 1805, Thetford, Of the Nunnery.

12/7/1253, Feoffment by Adam son of John de Hecham … Witnesses, Sir Osbert de Caylly, Sir Reginald de Dunham, …, Sir Saer de Frivill … (S) UKNA.

10/18/1257, Exemption, for life, at the instance of Thomas Bardolf, of Osbert de Kaylly of the county of Norfolk, from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions, and from being made sheriff &c. (S) CPRs.

 [––Osbert & Emma––]

~1260, Osbert married 2nd Emma.

1263, Inter Waltm. de Bersted quer' et Osbertum de Kaylly deforc': —De decem libratis et sexdecim denar' redditus in Wyuelesfeud, Wrth, Yfford, Meschyng, Ouingeden, et Wychcenden; … (S) Abstr. Feet of Fines, Sussex, V2, 1908, no.711.

1265, Osbert de Caly and Simon de Caly had letters of protection.

6/19/1270, To Robert de Castre and Osbert de Kaylly collectors of the 20th in the county of Lincoln … (S) CPRs.

By 1272, In honor of Christ and the Blessed Virgin, and all the saints for the souls of his father Adam de Cayly, Mabel his mother and Margery his grandmother, and all his family deceased, he settled on …, in St. Margaret’s Chapel at Hilburgh, … for their performing of devine service … witnesses, Sir Adam de Cayly, his son … [if knighted, he is at least age 17, born bef. 1255.]

1272, Emma’s father died.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

[Undated] In the reign of Edward I, Osbert de Kailli witnessed the founding of the Hermitage at Ickburgh by William Barentun.

1275, Sir Osbert de Caly and Walter de Caly had leet at Denver, and Osbert claimed assize of bread at Bradenham and Oxborough and held whole vill of Cranwich of Earl of Warenne.

4/1278, Grant in free alms by Geoffrey de Swtwode … Witnesses:—Sir Jordan Folyot, Sir William his brother, Sir Osbert de Caly, …, knights, … (S) Ancient Deeds, V5, 1906, Norfolk, A.10616.

By 1281, Osbert gave his son Sir Thomas 4 fees in West-Bradenham previously held by his grandfather John (378241552) in 1202.

12/7/1285, Osbert had acquittance of common summons of eyre of Norfolk. (S) CCRs.

1287, Osbert served in Wales.

1287, Osbert de Caley claimed free warren, assize of bread and beer, view of frankpledge, … at West-Bradenham.

[Undated] Release by Sir William de Wendling … Witnesses:—Sir Osebert de Caylly, … knights … (S) UKNA.

Osbert died.


1302, Emma’s brother Robert died, his son Robert, age 15, his heir.

1305, Emma died; her son Thomas de Caily had livery of her lands.

(S) Norfolk Archaeology, V3, 1852, P126. (S) History of the County of Norfolk, Blomefield, 1807, V6, P142. (S) Gen. and Her. Dic., Burke, 1865, P202.

Child of Osbert and ?:

i. Adam de Caley, born bef. 1255 in England.

Adam married Joan ?.

1308-09, Sir Adam ransomed from the Scots.

[Adam did not succeed to the Buckingham estates.]

Adam died, Joan surviving.

3/5/1236, IPM of Joan, late the wife of Adam de Caylly. Norfolk: Cranewyz. The manor held in dower, of the inheritance of the said Adam de Cailli, of the heir of Thomas de Cailli. She died 27 January, 19 Edward II. Adam de Clifton, kinsman of Thomas de Cailli, aged 18, is next heir of the said manor. (S) CIsPM.

Child of Osbert and Emma:

ii. Thomas de Caily (47280194), born ~1261 in England.

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