121688144. Lord William de Alba Marlia & 121688145. Margery ?
~1245, William de Alba Marlea born in England, s/o §§Sir Geoffrey de Alba Marlia.
1262, William’s father died.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.
1274-1288, Wiliam de Albemarle held Leuestona “by service of finding the King with one oaten loaf with 2 arrows stuck in it whenever the King courses on Dertemor.” (S) Report and Transactions – Devonshire, V35, P299.
1277, Willielmus de alba Mari profers Reginaldus de Houlcham on his behalf for half a knight’s fee in the expedition against Lewelin Prince of Wales. (S) Parliament Writs, 1827, P425.
1285, Robert de Maleston held Mallestone for 1 fee of William de Albamarlia.
1/30/1287, Willielmus de alba Mari appointed a conservator of peace in the county of Devon. (S) Parliament Writs, 1827, P425.
1/15/1289, IPM of William de Alba Marl[ia]. Southampton: Henton. The hamlet … Geoffrey his son, aged 21 at the feast of St. Denis, 16 Edw. I, is his next heir. Somerset: Middel Cynnok. The manor … Devon: Wodebyri. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief in serjeanty, viz.—finding a serjeant in the king's army for 40 days. Limeneston. The hamlet held of the king in chief by bringing to him whenever he will hunt in Dertemore, an oaten loaf and 3 arrows. Heir as above, aged 21 on the night of St. Denis last, and married 6 years ago. (S) CIsPM.
11/7/1289, Order to cause dower to be assigned to Margery [Geoffrey’s mother], late the wife of William de Alba Marlia, tenant in chief, upon her taking oath not to marry without the king's licence. (S) CCRs.
· Sir Geoffrey (b.~1220, d.1262), s/o §§Reginald (b.~1195), s/o §§Geoffrey d’Albamarle (b.~1170) & Mabil Carbonel (b.~1175), d/o §§William Carbonell (b.~1150).
Children of William and Margery:
i. Geoffrey de Albemarle (60844072), born 10/9/1267 in England.
2/8/1289, Order to the same to deliver to Geoffrey, son and heir of William de Albemarle, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done fealty, so that he do homage on the king's next coming to England. (S) CFRs.
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