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Lord Richard le Molyneux & Margery de Charnok

 11817134. Lord Richard le Molyneux & 11817135. Margery de Charnok

~1245, Richard de Molineus born in Lancashire, England, s/o 23634268. Sir William de Molyneux.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]

9/15/1276, John de Nerthall v. … Roger de Molyneus, Agnes his wife, Richard de Molineus, …, Alan de Molyneus, … re 12 acres of wood and 12 acres of moor and heath in Sutton. (S) Lancashire Assize Rolls, 1903, Roll 405.

1289, Richard’s father died.

1292, Richard holding Sefton, Lancashire, involved in multiple suits.

1295, Robert son of Robert Branch granted to Richard de Molyneux an oxgang of land in Lunt. (S)

1297, Richard de Molyneux rendered 20s. for Down Litherland, and 2 tenants did suit.

6/1298, IPM of Edmund the King’s brother. … Lancaster: … Dunlythl(ond). Richard le Mol’ of Sefton renders 20s. for Dunlythl(ond), and 2 tenants do suit. … 1/2 knight’s fee held by Richard le Molineus of Cefton. … (S) CIsPM.

2/26/1299, Richard of Molineus, lord of Sefton, and William of Aintree -- concerning the bounds between Sefton and Aintre … (S) UKNA.

1301, Gilbert son of William de Aintree brought a writ of novel disseisin against her [Emma de Aintree – Gilbert’s niece], but did not prosecute it. Then Alice, widow of Henry de Aintree, claimed dower in certain lands held by Emma; Richard de Molyneux, her grandfather, Simon de Balderston, and Emma widow of William de Aintree being joined as defendants, the grandfather in his capacity of guardian to Emma (2954283), who was a minor.

1318, Richard de Molyneux of Sefton, granted his younger son Peter certain lands, together with the water-mill in 'the Netherton.' (S) A Hist. of the Co. of Lancaster: V3, 1907, Netherton.

1320, Richard died.

(S) Hist. of Lancaster, V3, 1907, Lunt, & Litherland, & Sefton. (S) Hist. of Lancaster, V7, 1912, Little Eccleston-with-Larbreck.

Children of William and Emma:

i. Agnes de Molyneux (5908567), born ~1270 in Lancashire, England.

ii. William de Molyneux, born ? in England.

12/1/1320, Quitclaim: John of Derlegh … Witn; William Molyneux of Sefton, Matthew of Haydock, then bailiff of Derby, Richard Molyneux of Crosseby, … Robert Molyneux of Thorneton, … (S) UKNA.

1327, William charged to engage men in this hundred to serve in the Scottish war.

Bef. 6/29/1336, William died.

Son: Richard de Molyneux (d.4/6/1363.), his son William having predeceased him in 1358, his grandson William his heir.

iii. Peter de Molyneux, born ? in England.

1302, Adam, son of Margery de Lunt, granted to Peter, son of Richard de Molyneux, all his land in the vill of Sefton, lying in the Lunt, at a rent of 1d.

10/27/1318, Between Peter, son of Richard Le Molineus, of Sefton, plaintiff, by John de Blakeburn, put in his place by the King's writ, and Margery, daughter of Robert Gogh, deforciant of a messuage, 1 oxgang and 1½ acres of land in Ins. (S) Final Concords for Lancashire, Pt2, 1902, No.93.

1327, Richard son of Adam the Judge … quitclaimed to Peter de Molyneux his right in one oxgang in the vill of Litherland.

1349, William son of Peter de Molyneux and Margery, Anabel, Agnes, Joan, and Emma, daughters of Peter, regranted to their father the lands they had had from him in the vills of Litherland and Orrell.

Sir Reynold de Pavely

 11818768. Sir Reynold de Pavely

~1230, Reginald de Paveli born in England, s/o 23637536. Walter de Pavely.

5/13/1251, Pardon to Reginald de Pavilly for the death of Robert de Winetre. (S) CPRs.

1256, Reynold’s father died.

7/3/1256, IPM of Walter de Pavely. Reginald de Pavely, knt., his son, is his heir and of full age. Wilts: Westburi manor, … (S) IPM, Henry III, File 19.

4/28/1269, Remission to Reynold de Pavely, by testimony of John Giffard, of the king's indignation and rancour of mind conceived towards him because of the things he did on the occasion of the dissension between the king and the earl from the earl's last retirement from Wales to London in the fifty-first year, until the king's next entry into the said city after its detention. (S) CPRs.

5/12/1270, Protection with clause volumus, for 4 years from Easter, for Reynold de Pavely, crusader, who is going with  Edward the king's son to the Holy Land. (S) CPRs.

11/10/1270, Edward arrived in Tunis to find that King Louis had died, the crusader forces had been decimated by disease, and King Charles of Sicliy, his uncle by marriage, had already arranged a peace treaty with the emir of Tunis. The French fleet returned the next day.

By 5/1271, Edward moved his forces to Acre; waiting for support to arrive [which never came.]

By 1272, Reginald returned to England. [Lord Edward would leave later in the Year.]

2/5/1272, Wiltshire. Reginald de Pavilly gives half a mark for having a writ ad terminum. (S) FRsHIII.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While returning from crusading.]

1273, Edward traveled over land through Italy, across the alps, and into Savoy, where he was met by English prelates and barons.

8/2/1274, Edward, Eleanor, and Edward’s brother Edmund arrived back in England.

1274, John de Burton, precentor of Salisbury, to Walter de Merton: for assistance against Reynold de Pavely, who is infringing the rights of Salisbury in Westbury, Wiltshire. (S) UKNA.

3/2/1276, IPM of Philip Marmiun, Wilts.: … Westburi manor. 6 virgates land held of Sir Reginald de Pavely … (S) CIsPM.

5/6/1277, Partition of the fees that belonged to Avelina de Fortibus, sometime the wife of Edmund, the king's brother … Reginald de Pavely holds 4 knights' fees in Stocton, Cherford, Thorcateleston, Meneford, Bramham, Ardeleshe, and Gingis. At Hobrig in the parish of Wyham 1 fee. At Cakeley 1 fee. At Chingford 1 fee. In the parish of Borham half a fee. (S) CCRs. [Aveline, age 15, died while Edmund was on crusade; buried in Westminster abbey near Edmund.]

By 1280, Reynold died, his son Walter his heir.

Child of Reynold and ?:

i. Walter de Pavely (5909384), born ~1260 in England.

2/20/1280, Order to the sheriff of Wilts to deliver to Walter de Pavilly, son and heir of Reynold de Pavilly, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage. (S) CFRs.

Sir Peter de la Mare & Hawisia ?

 11818776. Sir Peter de la Mare & 11818777. Hawisia ?

~1250, Peter born in England, s/o §§Robert de la Mare.

1272, Peter’s father died.

10/20/1273, Order to permit Peter de la Mare to cultivate and sow the lands that belonged to Robert de la Mare, his father. (S) CCRs.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]

1/4/1275, Grant, at the instance of Luke de Tany, to Peter de la Mare, that he be not be distrained for 2 years from Christmas, 3 Edward I. to take the arms of a knight. (S) CPRs.

11/16/1277, Peter de la Mare, constable of Bristol castle. Order to deliver without delay all the king's money in his custody to Orlandinus de Podio and his fellows, merchants of Lucca, for the expedition of certain of the king's affairs. (S) CCRs.

10/12/1278, Order to cause Peter de la Mare, constable of Bristol castle, to have 80 oaks fit for timber in the forest of Dene, to make therewith a chamber in the said castle and repair other houses there. (S) CCRs.

1279, Peter de la Mare, the Constable of Bristol Castle, put in charge of a team that produced over £40,000 worth of silver pennies, halfpennies and farthings in 2 years, at least half a million coins per month. Every coin was made by hand, by striking a piece of silver between 2 dies.

9/12/1279, A process issued against Peter de la Mare, Constable of Bristol Castle, and his men for breaking sanctuary and taking from their refuge William de Lay, who had escaped, from the prison. Peter and his men had to walk to the church, St. Philip and Jacob, for 4 weekly market days, in their breeches and shirts, from the church of the Minor Friars, and to be flogged along the way. Peter was additionally ordered to build a stone cross, costing at least 100s, and feed 100 poor people on a certain day every year. (S) Bristol Past and Present, V1, Nicholls, 1881, P145. [The cross stood “on the south side of the Old Market, near the corner of Tower hill.”]

5/19/1280, Peter de la Mare, constable of Bristol castle. (S) CCRs.

8/10/1281, To Peter de la Mare, keeper of the exchange of Bristol. Order to pay to Bonruncinus Walteri and his fellows, merchants of Luk', £500 of imprest. (S) CCRs.

3/16/1282, To Peter de la Mare, constable of Bristol Castle. Order to cause to be delivered to Edward le Marchaunt and Stephen Attemulun, sailors of Bristol, a ship that they with others lately rescued. (S) CCRs.

6/5/1283, Peter de la Mare, constable of Bristol castle. (S) CCRs.

3/30/1284, Peter de la Mare, constable of Bristol castle. (S) CCRs.

1/1/1285, Pardon to Peter de la Mare, the Constable of Bristol Castle, for the death of William de Lay, prisoner, whom he caused to be beheaded for breaking prison, and also for the escape. (S) CPRs.

5/8/1285, Peter de la Mare, Constable of Bristol Castle, and custodian of the King's Seal for creditors and debtors at Bristol. (S) UKNA.

12/25/1287, Peter de la Mare, Constable of Bristol Castle, and custodian of the King's Seal for creditors and debtors at Bristol. (S) UKNA.

12/25/1289, Peter de la Mare, Keeper of the Castle and of the King's Seal for Debts at Bristol. (S) UKNA.

10/1291, Peter died.

10/13/1291, (S) Writ of certiorari for Peter as to the value of his lands &c. and of the marriage of his heir. Devon: Monekochamton. The manor … Lynynton. The manor … Gloucester: Chirinton. A messuage &c., 160a. arable, 12a. pasture … Hampton. A messuage … The marriage of Robert son and heir of the said Peter is worth 200 marks. Hertford: Offeleye. The manor … Wilts: Stupellavinton. 3 carucates … Cnabbewlle by Draycote. 2 virgates … Robert his firstborn son, aged 18 at the Purification next, is his next heir, and his marriage is worth £150. Hereford: Cayreradok in Irchenefeld. The manor … Oxford: Mersbaldindon. The manor … Heiford ad Pontem. The manor … The marriage of his heir is worth 400 … (S) CIsPM.


10/4/1300, Order not to put John de la Mare in default … in the suit before them between William son of Richard le Sheresman of Huthe, demandant, and Hawisia, late the wife of Peter de la Mare, tenant, concerning 13 acres and a rood of land in Huthe, concerning which Hawisia vouched John to warranty, as he was in the king's service by his order on that day. (S) CCRs.

(S) Hist. of Wiltshire, V14, 1991, Draycot Cerne.

Family notes:

·         A ‘Peter de la Mare’, knight, died in 1273, succeeded by his son Robert. This family was assoicated with Claydon in Buckingham. Peter Lord in 1234. Robert lord in 1302. Peter lord in 1312. [Peter 1 of 16 knights drowned when a “bridge of boats” between Snowdonia and Anglesea failed. (S) Annales Cestrienses Chronicle of the Abbey of S. Werburg, 1887.]

Child of Peter and Hawise:

i. Robert de la Mare (5909388), born 5/2/1275 in England.

Sir Thomas de Welleslegh

 11818868. Sir Thomas de Welleslegh

1261, Thomas de Wellesleigh born in Somerset, England, s/o 23637736. Thomas de Welleslegh.

1289, Thomas’ father died.

8/23/1289, IPM of Thomas de Welleslegh alias de Wellesle. Somerset: Estperet. The bailiwick, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of rendering a mewed sparrowhawk yearly or 4s., and it is worth 26s. 8d. yearly by receiving an ox or 5s. 4d. from disseisors convicted by assize of novel disseisin in the bailiwick. Wellesle. A messuage with garden, 45a. arable, 5a. meadow, and the foreign hundred of Welles', held of the bishop of Bath and Wells, service unspecified. Thomas his son, aged 28, is his next heir. (S) CIsPM.

10/12/1289, Order to the same to deliver to Thomas de Wellesleye, son and heir of Thomas de Wellesleye, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage. (S) CFRs.

4/4/1290, A charter by Robert de Brandon, succentor of Wells, granting to Roger de Wooton, clerk, a messuage … Witnesses to the charter : Thomas, Dean of Wells, … Adam Canum, Thomas de Welleslegh, … (S) Two Chartularies of the Priory of St. Peter at Bath, 1893, no.487.

1297, Thomas de Welleslegh mainperned by Walterum de Welleslegh, and Gilbertum le Clerk. (S) Antiquae Constitutiones Regni Angliae, Prynne, 1672, P739.

11/1298, Grant by John de Wytteneye, vicar in the church of St. Andrew, Wells, to Edmund de Wellesleye, hundredar of the foreign hundred of Wells, his heirs and assigns, of a tenement in Chamborleynestrete, Wells, which John had of the gift of William de Clone, chaplain. Edmund gave 4 marks. Witnesses: Thomas de Wellesleye, knt. … (S) Cal. of Manu’s of the Dean and Chap. of Wells, V2, 1914, no.141.

By 1299, Thomas knighted.

1299 at Wells, Grant by John de Lynforde, … Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de Wellesleghe, and Philip de Wyke, knights, … (S) Ancient Deeds. V3, 1990, A.4432.

~1300, Petition of Thomas de Welleslegh. Welleslegh, who holds the serjeanty of East Parrott of the King in fee, requests remedy … the Queen's stewards and other ministers have prevented him from carrying out summonses, attachments, executions of the King's writs, distresses and all other commands of the King or his ministers in those parts of the bailiwick of East Parrott, which he and his ancestors have been accustomed to do in the time of Queen Eleanor as well as since Henry I gave the serjeanty to his ancestors. (S) UKNA.

12/1301, Grant … to Maurice de Essa, chaplain, vicar in the church of Wells … Witnesses: Sir John de Wyke, Thomas de Welesleghe, knts., … (S) Cal. of Manu’s of the Dean and Chap. of Wells, V2, 1914, no.157.

1303, Thomas de Welleslegh tenet di. f. in Wethull de Willelmo Martyn i.e. (S) Fuedal Aids, V4, 1906, Hundred de Whitlegh, Somerset.

4/12/1305, A charter of Walter de Haselschawe, Bishop of Bath and Wells, granting … Witnesses : Sir Gilbert de Onovyle … Sir Thomas de Welleslegh ; knights, … (S) Two Chartularies of the Priory of St. Peter at Bath, 1893, no.623.

4/1306, A grant by Walter de Heselschawe, bishop of Bath and Wells … Witnesses: Sir Gilbert de Cnovyle, Sir Nicholas de Langelond, Sir Thomas de Welleslegh, knts, … (S) Cal. of Manu’s of the Dean and Chap. of Wells, V2, 1914, no.161.

7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.

1308, An agreement indented made between Walter de Haselschaue bishop of Bath and Wells and … witnessed by Sir Thomas de Gornay, Sir Thomas de Welleslegh, … knights, … (S) Cal. of Manu’s of the Dean and Chap. of Wells, V1, 1907, f.178d.

1310-11, Thomas de Welleslegh to grant the bailiwick and serjeanty east of the Parret to Philip de Welleslegh his son. Somers. (S) UKNA.

1312-13, Between Philip, son of Thomas de Welleslegh, and Ismania his wife, querents, and William Cherm and Alice his wife, deforciants ; for a messuage and a carucate of land in Middelcote juxta Welles. … for this Philip and Ismania gave them 100 shillings of silver (S) Feet of Fines, Somerset, 1898, no.35.

5/8/1318, A grant made by John bishop of Bath and Wells to John Dacres his yeoman … witnessed by Sir Matthew de Clyvedon, Sir John de Clyvedon, Sir John de Bello Campo of the marsh, Sir Thomas de Welleslegh knights, … (S) Cal. of Manu’s of the Dean and Chap. of Wells, V1, 1907, f.142.

1324 at Wells, Grant by John de Welleslegh, lord of Welleslegh, to Warin de Welleslegh, son of Alice de Welleslegh, and to Ellen his wife, for their lives, of a messuage and garden at Byestewall, … Witnesses: Sir Thomas de Welleslegh, knt., Edmund de Welleslegh, … (S) Cal. of Manu’s of the Dean and Chap. of Wells, V2, 1914, no.206.

10/1325, Between Philip son of Thomas de Wellesleghe, querent, by Thomas de Bruton in his place ; and Walter de Thornhill and Margerie his wife, deforciants ; for a messuage, 30 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, and 13 shillings rent in Ivelcestre and Sockc deneys juxta Ivelcestre … Philip gave them £20 sterling. (S) Feet of Fines, Somerset, 1898, no.72.

1329, Thomas de Wellesleye to release the bailiwick and serjeanty east of the Parret to Philip his son, who now holds it for life, and his heirs. Somers. (S) UKNA, C 143/203/5.

Thomas died.

Child of Thomas and ?:

i. Philip de Wellesley (5909434), born ~1290 in England.

8/1/1334 at Bristol, … Creditor: Philip, the son of Thomas de Wellesley {Wellesleigh}, knight, merchant [Philip held half fees in Wheathill, Whitley Hundred, and in Middlecote, Kilmersdon Hundred, Somerset]. Amount: £2000. (S) UKNA.

Sir John de Wurth

 11820034. Sir John de Wurth

9/14/1273, John de Worth born in Lincolnshire, England, s/o §§Sir Sewall de Worth. (S) See Joan, 7/6/1332.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]

1278, John’s father died.

10/29/1278, Order to Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, to take into the king's hand the lands late of Sewall de Worth, deceased, tenant in chief. (S) CFRs.

1282, IPM of Robert de Grelle. Lincoln: Heyngton near Sixel. 1 fee held by John de Worth, who is within age and in the wardship of Henry de Cheveleye … (S) CIsPM.

2/3/1284, Order to deliver to Hawisia, late the wife of Robert Grelle, tenant in chief, the following of Robert's knights' fees, which the king has assigned to her in dower: a fee in Heyngton, which John de Worth holds … (S) CCRs.

By 1304, John de Wurth alias de Worth died.

Family notes:

·         12/3/1278, IPM of Sewall de Worth. Lincoln: Haynton. A capital messuage, 12 bovates land in demesne, 11 bovates in villenage, a watermill and a windmill, …  2a. land … for 14d. rent; 8 bovates land … for 13s. 8d. rent; foreign service pertaining to 1 knight's fee … Haynton and Howton. 23s. rent of assize for many tenements … John his son, aged 6 at the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 7 E. I. is his next heir. (S) CIsPM.

Children of John and ?:

i. John de Worth, born ? in England.

5/16/1307, IPM of Robert de Barkeworthe. Lincoln: … Barkeworth. A messuage, 84a. arable, and 3a. meadow, held of the heir [John] of John de Worth, a minor and in the king’s wardship, by service of 2s. 4d. yearly and suit at the said John’s court of Barkworth every 3 weeks; 2 bovates of land held of the same heir, as of the barony of Scoteny … (S) CIsPM.

By 1310, John died, his sister Joan his heir.

ii. Joan de Wurth (5910017), born 4/1294 in England.

9/29/1304, Joan’s marriage granted to Richard. (S) Writ of 6/14/1311.

7/6/1332, Writ of certiorari, on the petition of Richard Knyvet and Joan his wife, to enquire whether the said Joan is heir of … lands in Haynton, … Sewall de Worth, grandfather of the said Joan, whose heir she is, … (S) CIsPM.

Ralph de Stourton

 11820038. Ralph de Stourton

~1275, Ralph born in England, s/o §§Eudo de Stourton.

2/1292, IPM of Hugh Luvel. Wilts: Sturton. 1 knight's fee with the advowson of the church, held by Ralph de Sturton. (S) CIsPM.

Ralph died.

Family notes:

·         9/15/1247, The king has granted to Eudo of Stourton that he is to pay 20s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-first year, 20s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 4 m. in the second year at the same terms, and 2 m. at Easter, for the 10m.  by which he made fine with the king for having the crops growing in the assarts of Stourton, until the aforesaid 10m.  have been paid. Order to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. (S) Fine Rolls of H.III, C 60/44, no.480.

·         Eudo de Stourton, s/o John de Stourton & Grace ?, s/o Sir Michael de Stourton, s/o William de Stourton, s/o Robert de Stourton & Agnes ?, s/o Botolph Stourton (fl. K. William) & Anne of England, d/o Godwin, earl of Kent. [(S) Lives of the Speakers of the House of Commons, Manning, 1851, P53. Referencing William Stourton (1901292), the author states of William: “the lineal descendant of the gallant Botolph.”] (S) Studies in Peerage and Family History, Round, 1901, P51. The author refutes validity of the given descent.

Child of Ralph and Alice:

i. Joan de Stourton (5910019), born ~1300 in England.

ii. William de Stourton (7605168), ~1305 in England.

Lord William de Weylond & Elizabeth de Bathonia

 11820044. Lord William de Weylond & 11820045. Elizabeth de Bathonia

1274, William’s father died before he was born.

8/16/1274, Order to restore to Thomas de Weilaund, brother and heir of William de Weilaund, the manor of Branteston. (S) CCRs. [Thomas is William’s uncle.]

1275, William born in England, s/o 23640088. William de Welond.

~1280, Elizabeth born in England, d/o §§Osbert de Bathonia.

12/1293, IPM of Robert Burnel, Bishop of Bath and Wells. Somerset: Lokkeston [Loxtone]. £15 yearly rent which used to be paid for the manor by Osbert de Bathonia, who holds the same for life of the said Robert with successive reversions to Elizabeth daughter of the said Osbert and the heirs of her body rendering 1d. yearly. (S) CIsPM.

1296, Elizabeth’s father died.                                                                       

6/5/1296, Order to deliver to William de Weyland and Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heir of Osbert de Bathonia of Somerset, tenant in chief, the lands late of her said father, William having done homage. (S) CFRs.

1316, Release by William le Mareys of Loxtone to Sir William de Welonde, knt., lord of Loxtone, his heirs and assigns, of all right to all his lands and tenements in Loxtone, granted to him by the same Sir William for life.

11/3/1325, Final Concord. Robert son of William de Weylond pls, by John de Pokerych their guardian. Cecily daughter of Thomas de Baldok' pls, by John de Pokerych their guardian. William de Weylond, def. Manor of Charsfeld, Suffolk. (S) UKNA.

Elizabeth died before William.

3/20/1327, William died.

4/15/1327, IPM of William de Weylond or Welond. Suffolk: Charsfeld. The manor, … Brandiston. The manor, … Westrefeld. The manor, … He died on 20 March last past. Robert his son, aged 24 (b.1303) years and more, is his next heir. Norfolk: Oxeburg. The manor with certain tenements in Schipeden and Hempstede … Somerset: Radewyll. The manor  held for life by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Elizabeth his wife, deceased … Robert de Weylond, son of the said William and Elizabeth, aged 23 years and more, is the next heir of the said Elizabeth … (S) CIsPM.

Family notes:

·         3/1164, Abjuration upon the gospel and relics of saints, made at Bath, … in the presence of Robert bishop of Bath and …, Robert and Gilbert de Almari his brethren, Osbert de Bathonia, … (S) Cal. of the Manuscripts of the Dean and Chapter of Wells, V1, 1907, f.36d.

Child of William and Elizabeth:

i. Robert de Weyland  (5910022), born 1303 in England.

William de Tendryng & Beatrice ?

 11820304. William de Tendryng & 11820305. Beatrice ?

~1260, William born in England.

By 1281, William married Beatrice.

1285, William de Tendring had free warren at Tendring manor.

7/30/1297, Appointment to assess and collect in the county of Essex the 5th of movables: William de Tendring of the county of Suffolk. (S) CPRs.

1303, William de Tendring and Beatrice his wife, had a grant of a fair and market at Tendring manor.

1305, William died.

6/13/1305, Writ for IPM for William de Tendring. Suffolk: Stoke Neylond …. A messuage &c., 12a. arable, … 3s. rent of free tenants, and a water-mill, held jointly by the said William and Beatrice his wife … 10 marks rent, held jointly by the said William and Beatrice and Ralph their son … Boxford. A moiety of a messuage, … Meldyngg. A messuage, 40a. land, … held jointly by the said William and Beatrice and Thomas their son … John his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. (S) CIsPM.

Children of William and Beatrice:

i. John de Tendring (5910152), born 1282 in England.

ii. Ralph de Tendring, born ? in England.

iii. Thomas de Tendring, born ? in England.

Lord Roger de Kerdeston & Maud ?

 11820308. Lord Roger de Kerdeston & 11820309. Maud ?

1273, Roger de Kerdiston, born in England, s/o 23640616. William de Kerdeston & 23640617. Margaret de Gaunt.

3/17/1298, IPM of Gilbert de Gaunt. York:  Helawe. The manor … Lincoln: Skendelby. The manor  with its members Thorp and Parteney held of the king in chief as part of the whole tenure in the county which he held by barony together with Folkyngham, Hekyngton, Barton and Edenham, which manors, excepting Skendelby, pertain to the king by reversion after the death of the said Gilbert. … Roger de Gercheston, aged 24 and more, Peter son of Peter de Mauley, aged 18 and more from Christmas last, and Julia de Gaunt sister of the said Gilbert, aged 40 and more, are his next heirs as one heir. [40.5 knights’ fees]. (S) CIsPM.

6/10/1298, Order to the sheriff of Lincoln to deliver to Roger son of William de Kerdeston, kinsman and heir of Gilbert de Gaunt, tenant in chief, and to Juliana, sister and heir of Gilbert, their several pourparties of the lands late of Gilbert, … retaining in the king's hand the pourparty of Peter son of Peter de Malo Lacu [a minor in the king’s ward], kinsman and third heir of Gilbert, and saving to Lora, late the wife of Gilbert, her dower. (S) CFRs.

9/17/1304, William Sclater sought to replevy to Juliana de Gandavo, Roger de Kerdeston and Peter son of Peter de Malo Lacu their land in Rithe, which was taken into the king's hands for their default before the justices of the Bench against Laura, late the wife of Gilbert de Gandavo. (S) CCRs.

By 1305, Roger married Maud.

7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.

8/22/1309, Order to make partition of the lands that Laura, late the wife of Gilbert de Gaunt, held at her death in dower of the inheritance of Roger de Kerdeston and Peter de Maulay, kinsmen of Juliana de Gaunt, sister and heiress of the said Gilbert, between the said Roger, Peter, and Juliana in equal proportions. (S) CCRs.

1/1315, Petitioners: Peter de Maulay, heir of Gilbert de Gaunt; Roger de Kerdeston, heir of Gilbert de Gaunt; Juliene de Gaunt, heir of Gilbert de Gaunt. The heirs request that the treasurer be ordered to make an allowance for a sum due to them by letters patent of Droxford against a sum now demanded from them. (S) UKNA. [They were given £32 14 to split between them. (S) CCRs, 4/6/1315.]

8/30/1317, IPM of John de Orreby. Lincoln: … Skendelby. 77a. wood held of Peter de Malo Lacu and Roger de Kerdeston, heirs of Gilbert de Gaunt, in free marriage without any service. (S) CIsPM.

1317-18, Roger’s father died.

1323, John de Helewton, Roger de Kerdeston, and Tho. de Helweton, lords of Wramplingham. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V2, 1805, Wramplingham.

1323-24, Roger de Kerdeston to grant the manor of Skendleby to William de Kerdeston [his son], Margaret his wife, and the heirs of his body, with remainder to himself and his heirs, retaining land in Ewerby. Lincoln. (S) UKNA.

9/25/1324, Constantine de Mortuo Mary, William Bernak, Roger de Kerdeston, and Geoffrey With involved in the outfitting of 2 ships for Admiral John de Sturmy. (S) CCRs.

1326, Roger de Kerdeston presented to Helgheton. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V10, 1809, Helgheton.

1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.

6/10/1331, Commitment during pleasure to Roger de Kerdeston of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk and the castle of Norwich, so that he answer at the Exchequer as other sheriffs and keepers hitherto. (S) CFRs. [Held until 1/27/1332.]

11/12/1331, Roger de Kerdiston {Kerdeston}, Sheriff of Suffolk. (S) UKNA. [Multiple records this year.]

1/20/1332 at Norwich, Creditor: Sir Roger de Kerdiston, knight [held Syderstone, Brothercross Hundred, and part of Toftes, Smethdon Hundred, Norfolk]. Amount: £100. (S) UKNA.

4/1/1334 at Norwich, Creditor: Sir Roger de Kerdiston, knight [held Syderstone, Brothercross Hundred, and part of Tofts, Smethdon Hundred, Norfolk]. Amount: £20. (S) UKNA.

3/6/1335, Roger de Kerdeston and Constantine de Mortuo Mari in co. Norfolk to supervise that all the men, knights and others, should be provided with horses and other arms according to their estate. (S) CCRs.

4/7/1336, Roger de Kerdeston and Simon de Hedersete to levy the 10th and 15th in Norfolk. (S) CFRs.

1337, Roger de Kerdiston to Constantine de Mortimer, knight, the elder, and Master John de Breccham: Appointment of attorneys to receive seisin of the manor of (East) Ruston {Riston). (Norf.)

1337, Roger, Lord of Newton died, also holding Claxton, Helgeton, Sistern, Hadiston … William was his son and heir, aged 30. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V10, 1809, Bircham Newton. [Roger’s father was also Lord of Newton.]


7/20/1337, IPM of Roger de Kerdeston. Norfolk: Neutone. The manor … Kerdistone. The manor … Claxtone. The manor … Helgetone. The manor … Cysterne. The manor … William his son, aged 30 years and more, is his next heir. Lincoln: Skendelby. 6 bovates … Iwardby. A capital messuage … Suffolk: Bulcamse. The manor … Heenham. The manor … Stratford. … [also held the advowsons of 5 of the manors] (S) CIsPM.

10/7/1337, Order to deliver to William de Kerdeston, son and heir of Roger de Kerdeston, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage ; saving to Maud late the wife of Roger her dower. (S) CFRs.

10/18/1337, Order to deliver to Matilda, late the wife of Roger de Kerdiston, tenant in chief, the manors which the king has assigned to her to hold in dower, with the assent of William de Kerdiston, Roger's son and heir, to wit, the manor of Neuton, co. Norfolk, extended at 6l. 16s. 2d. yearly; the manor of Cisterne in the same county, extended at 13l. 12s. 2d. yearly; the manor of Henham, co. Suffolk, extended at 105s. 8½d. yearly; and the manor of Stratford, in the same county, extended at 67s. 9½d. yearly. (S) CCRs.

1337, Maud died.

1337, Grantee: Sir William de Kerdeston, knight. Grant of the reversion of their lands in Happisburgh, Walcot, Ridlington, Crostwight, Dilham, Barton (Turf), Brumstead and Smallburgh at the death of Maud late the wife of Sir Roger de Kerdiston, knight. Norf. (S) UKNA.

Child of Roger and Maud:

i. William de Kerdeston (5910154), born 1306 in England.

Sir Robert Pugeys

 11820358. Sir Robert Pugeys

~1255, Robert Pogeys born in England, s/o 23640716. Robert Pugeys & 23640717. Amice de Stokes.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]

1279, Robert’s father died.

3/29/1282, Order to cause the men of Robert Pogeys of Aston to be acquitted of 100s. exacted from them because they did not repair the bridge of Aston. (S) CCRs.

2/24/1284, A charter of Eleanor the king's mother, to Edmund the king's brother, dated at Lutegershal … Witnesses :—Sirs Guy Ferre, Robert Pugeys, William de Bluntesdon, Robert de Mahon, Richard Fukeram, Geoffrey de Langele, knights; … (S) CPRs, 8/17/1285.

1286, A claim made by Robert Pugeys before the justices to have view of frankpledge in Robert's manor of Stoke, co. Buckingham. (S) CFRs, 10/12/1331. [A claim reasserted by granddaughter Egidia.]

9/20/1287, IPM of Geoffrey Haspal. Suffolk: Culingg consisting of a messuage, 80a. arable, 2½a. meadow, 2½a. pasture, the advowson of the church, the advowson of the chapel of St. Margaret with the fair pertaining thereto at the feast of St. Margaret, jointly held by the said Master Geoffrey and John his brother, by purchase of Sir Robert le Pugeys, rendering 1d. yearly for all services. (S) CIsPM.

11/12/1294, Robert Pugeys and Roger de Insula appointed to levy the 10th in the county of Oxford. (S) CPRs.

3/18/1296, Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Cobeham and Robert Pugeys, in the counties of Berks and Buckingham, touching the persons who by night broke a turret (turella) in the castle of Wyndesor. (S) CPRs.

9/14/1297, Commission to Petor Malore and Robert Pugeys to deliver the gaol of Windsor castle … (S) CPRs.

10/24/1299, Commission of oyer and terminer to  Roger de Hegham and Robert Pugeys, touching an appeal … in the county of Oxford … (S) CPRs.

1302, Robert holding Arrington. [Acquired by his paternal grandfather in 1262.]

1303, Robert Pugeys witnessed a document at Lew. (S) Hist. of Oxford, V13, 1996, Aston and Cote.

4/8/1304, Robert Pugeys, who claims that he holds of the king all his lands in the manor of Brampton by homage and service and by rendering to the king yearly a sword, price 18d [co. Oxford.] (S) CCRs.

1305, Petition of the merchants who frequent the river Thames between London and Oxford state that their passage along the river is hindered by gorces, locks, mills and other impediments, … request that other justices of the country be appointed: namely … or Robert le Pugeys, or some other worthy man of the country. (S) UKNA.

7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.

4/1/1310, Order to execute with all diligence the things contained in the king's letters patent appointing them to execute the statute of Winchester and to keep the peace in co. Buckingham: Robert Pugeys, … and the sheriff of Buckingham. (S) CCRs.

1312-13, Robert Pogeys to grant the manor of East Delce and land in Chatham to Thomas Pogeys, Benedicta his wife, and the heirs of his body, with remainder to the grantor, who retains the manor of Stoke Poges (Bucks), and half the manor of Bampton (Oxford). Kent.Bucks. Oxford. (S) UKNA.

1316, Robert holding Arrington.

1319, Robert settled Arrington on his son Thomas (d.bef.1238) and Thomas's wife Alice.

8/24/1322, IPM of John de Somery. Buckingham: … Stoke Dytton, and Cheselhampton. Two knights’ fees held by Robert Pogeys [alias de Pogeys]. (S) CIsPM.

9/27/1323, IPM of Simon de Poughle. Buckingham: …  2 virgates of land similarly held of Robert Pogeys by service of 9s. 11d. (S) CIsPM.

1327, Robert died.

1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.

3/25/1327, Order to the escheator on this side Trent to take into the king's hand the lands late of Robert Pogeys, deceased, tenant in chief of Edward II. (S) CFRs.

4/13/1331, Writ for IPM of Robert Pogeys. Buckingham: Stoke. The manor, … by service of 2.5 knights’ fees, … Giles (Egidia) the wife of John de Molyns, aged 22 years, Joan the wife of Bartholomew Galyen, aged 28 years, and Alice the wife of William de Langelee, aged 32 years, are his next heirs. (S) CIsPM.

(S) Hist. of Cambridge and Isle of Ely, V5, 1973, Arrington. (S) Hist. of Buckingham, V3, 1925, Stole Poges.

Child of Robert and Amice:

i. Peter Pogeys, born ? in England.

Peter married Elizabeth ?.

10/1322, Peter, and his family murdered at Stoke manor. [Margaret’s daughter Egidia’s future husband accused and acquitted of abetting the crime.]

Elizabeth, surviving, married 2nd Nicholas le Despenser.

ii. Margaret Pugeys (5910179), born ~1285 in England.

iii. Eleanor Pogeys, born ? in England.

2 daughters: (1) Joan the wife of Bartholomew Galien of Amersham; (2) Alice the wife of William de Langley. On the death of their maternal grandfather, they split half of their mother’s half-share of the estates.

Sir John de Rocheford & Emma ?

 11820432. Sir John de Rocheford & 11820433. Emma ?

~1225, John born in England, heir & s/o 23640864. Ralph de Rocheford & 23640865. Joan ?.

By 1241, John father died, John a minor.

1249, John succeeded his father.

1251, John paid 1 mark for a suit before the King’s Bench.

1253, John paid 10 gold bezants for having respite from knighthood.

1258, King Henry forced to sign the Provisions of Oxford granting parliament administrative reform. [The beginning of the Baron’s Revolt.]

1261, John owed 60s to the crown. John’s defense alleged that the sheriff of Lincolnshire and his bailiffs had entered his houses in the town of Boston, Toft and Skirbeck, and broke their gates and doors, and took, scattered and caused to be sold goods and chattels found in those houses to the value of 40 marks.

1262, John, a bailiff of the county, bought 50 casks of wine for £110 14s for the king.

5/14/1264, Lord Edward (I) and his father King Henry III captured by Montfort at the battle of Lewes, Sussex, “at the Mill of the Hide”. An estimated 2700 died. Lord Edward and his knights penetrated the center of Montfort’s army, but was flanked on both sides by armored calvary.

1264-65, Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester, effectively ruled England.

7/11/1266, Simple protection until Christmas for John de Rocheford. [John a royalist.]

7/21/1266, John paid half a mark for a suit in court.

By 1267, John died in the Baron’s War.

5/1267, Lord Edward (I) suppressed the barons at the battle of the Isle of Ely, in the fens of the Ouse River in northern Cambridgeshire. The rebels were under the leadership of John d’Eyville. [This battle ended the 2nd Barons War.]


4/20/1267, Simple protection … for Emma late the wife of John de Rocheford until 29 September.

1269, Ralph and his mother Emma paid 2 marks to have a case heard at the King’s Bench dealing with properties in Lincolnshire and Nottingham.

1271, Emma paid half a mark to have a case heard before the King’s Bench.

1271-72, Emma died.

(S) Rochford of Fenne, V1, Nettleton, 2016.

Family notes:

·         1292, Ralph de Saint Lo before the justices of the King’s Bench, on trial for the murder of John de Rocheford during the Baron’s war. The Court ruled for Ralph de Saint Lo – his defense, that he did not do it, and it was during a time of war, and pardons had been subsequently issued.

Children of John and Emma:

i. Ralph de Rocheford (5910216), born ~1250 in England.

[Documented in 9/1335 suit of his son Sayer.]

William de Pykering

 11820544. William de Pykering

~1235, William born in England.

1259-60, Peter de Brus grants to William de Pykering the manor of Killington. (S) Barony of Kendale, V2, 1924, Killington and Firbank.

1260-75, Alice daughter of Patrick de Sicheswyc grants to William de Pikering her land in the vill of Sicheswyc.

1265-75, Grant by William de Styrkeland to Sir William de Pykering of his land, which sometime belonged to Sir Ralph de Anecurt in Brigster and in Syggiswic.

1265-77, William son of Patrick de Siggeswyk in Kendale quit-claims to Thomas son of Sir William de Pykeryng.

1265-77, Richard de Stainton in Furness grants to William de Pykering the land in the vill of Sigiswic.

By 1279, William died in Westmoreland.

(S) Barony of Kendale, V2, 1924, Sedgwick.

Family notes:

·         1200, Thomas de Pikering pledged 1 mark in support of Alan de Thorinton’s debt to the King of 100 marks. (S) Old Yorkshire, Wheater, 1885, P170.

·         1250-60, William de Pykering, constable of Kyrkeby Kendale.

Child of William and ?:

i. Thomas de Pykering (5910272), born ~1260 in England.

Henry de Askeby & Margaret ?

 11820676. Henry de Askeby & 11820677. Margaret ?

~1255, Henry de Haxby born in England, s/o 23641352. Robert de Askeby & 23641353. Euphemia ?.

~1255, Margaret born in England.

1279-80, Henry’s father died, his mother surviving.

1282 at Appleby, IPM of Roger de Clifford. He held of the heritage of Isabella [de Veteripont] … The heir [Henry] of Robert de Askeby holds Great Askeby and Wynanderwath for 19s. (S) Later Rec’s Relating to North Westmorland, 1932, St. Ninian.

By 1287, Henry succeeded his father.

By 1291, Henry died.


Margaret died.

1323, Robert de Askeby held the third part of a curtilage in Wigginton, which one-third was held as dower by Margaret (Robert’s mother) widow of Henry de Askeby. (S) Hist. of York North Riding, V2, 1923, Wigginton.

(S) Hist. of York North Riding, V2, 1923, Overton & Wigginton.

Child of Henry and Margaret:

i. Robert de Askeby (5910338), born 1274 in England.

6/1291, IPM of Isabel de Clifford [d/o Robert de Veteripont]. … The heir of Robert de Askeby (grandfather) holds Great Askeby and Wynanderwath for 19s. … (S) Rec’s Relating to North Westmorland of the Barony of Appleby, Kendal, 1932, St. Niniam.

Sir Geoffrey de Tilliol

 11820704. Sir Geoffrey de Tilliol

4/1230, Geoffrey born in England, s/o 23641408. Peter de Tilliol & 23641409. Mary de Lucy.

1246, Geoffrey’s father Peter de Tilliol died, At the time of the inquest Geoffrey was laying ill at Cambridge with a broken bone. Geoffrey was put in the wardship of Robert de Acre.

12/5/1246, Extent made concerning the lands of the late Peter de Tillolf in Cumberland. … Total £14 11d. 31 … Total £14 8s 9.5d. The son and heir of the said Peter de Tillof, Geoffry by name, was 16 years of age in the first week of Lent. (S) Cal. of Doc’s Relating to Scotland, P313.

8/30/1247, Robert Dacre has made fine with the king by 250m. for having the custody of the land and heirs [Geoffrey] of Peter de Tilliol in the counties of Lancaster and Cumberland until the lawful age of the heirs, together with their marriage. (S) FRsH.III.

1256, Geoffrey de Tilliol paid a fine that he might have respite for 3 years from making himself a knight. (S) CPRs, 40H.III, P472.

1261, Geoffrey and his brother Robert arraigned in an assize of novel disseisin for common pasture in Scaleby by William son of Robert.

1/15/1263, By the fine of 5 m. which Geoffrey de Tilliol has made with him, the king has granted him respite from making himself a knight. (S) FRsH.III.

1266, Geoffrey and his brother Robert given safe conduct to the King. (S) CPRs, 50H.III, P554.

6/29/1271, A charter is witnessed by Geoffrey de Tilliol and Robert de Tilliol, seneschal of Gilsland. (S) Prescott, Wetherhal, P307.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.

2/5/1278, Geoffrey given respite from becoming a knight. (S) CCRs.

1278, A jury found that Geoffrey held the manor of Scaleby and the barony of Houghton of the king by cornage. (S) Cal. of Doc.’s Rel. to Scotland, ii., P37.

1278-79, A complaint that Geoffrey had amerced some freemen in his lord’s court, without their peers and contrary to statute.

By 1282, Geoffrey knighted.

1281-82, IPM of Baldwin de Wake, lord of Liddel, of whom he held the manor of Solport, by cornage … Geoffrey de Tilliol, knight.

1292, Geoffrey’s farm distrained at the assizes of Carlisle [his brother John living in Scotland.]

1292, Geoffrey a lessee of land at Torpenhow.

1293, Geoffrey de Tilliol, plaintiff, v. and John, bishop of Carlisle, deforciant, concerning the advowson of Scaleby, Geoffrey, in consideration of the payment to himself of 25 marks of silver, quitclaimed the advowson to the bishop and priory of Carlisle, forever.

1295, Geoffrey died.

4/7/1295, Writ for IPM of Geoffrey de Tiloyl alias ‘de Tilliol’ at Carlisle. Cumberland: Scaleby. The capital messuage … Solperd. The manor … Rycardeby. The manor … Robert his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. (S) CIsPM.

(S) The Ancestor, 1903, P96ff. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1847, P19. (S) Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, Collingwood, 1921.

Child of Geoffrey and ?:

i. Robert de Tilliol (5910352), born 1265 in Cumberland, England.

5/18/1295, Order to the escheator beyond Trent to deliver to Robert de Tyliol, son and heir of Geoffrey de Tyliol of Westmoreland, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage. (S) CFRs.

Lord Roger de Lascelles & Isabel ?

 11820706. Lord Roger de Lascelles & 11820707. Isabel ?.

1232, Roger de Lasceles born in England, s/o 23641412. Thomas de Maunby & 23641413. Avice de Lascelles.

~1245, Isabel born in England.

Bef. 1253, On the death of his maternal uncle, Roger de Lascelles, Roger’s mother became a family heiress [by a fine levied by the uncle.]

1253, Roger of age, took the name of his mother.

By 1261, Roger’s mother died.

1268, Roger holding the manor of Kirkby Knowle.

1279, Roger de Lasceles of Ellerton, Yorkshire, claimed free warren in his manors of Eskrik, Kirkby-knoll, and Scruton, holding Kirkby-knoll of Galfridus de Upsale.

1279-81, On a plea of Quo Warranto before John de Vaux and others, Roger de Lasceles ‘… dicit quod tenet manerium suum de Hellerton, ut liberum maritagium Elizabethae uxoris suae, de Willelmo [filio] Thomae, qui ipsum inde defendit et acquietet contra omnes homines.’ (S) Plac. de Quo Warr., 200.

9/27/1280 at Scardeburg, A grant from Adam de Boldeby … co. Northumberland … Witnesses: Sir R. bishop of Bath and Wells, the chancellor, …, Sir R. Tibbetot, … archdeacon of Coventry, Sir R. de Neyvill, John de Eyvill, Roger de Lasceles, … William de Boyvill, knights … (S) CCRs.

4/19/1282, Sir Roger de Lasceles and Sir Simon le Conestable: on marriage of Robert son and heir of Sir Simon and Avice daughter of Sir Roger, property: Sir Roger to give Robert £15. of lands and rents in manor of Thirnetoft, to use of Robert and Avice and heirs of their bodies. To revert to Sir Roger if she die childless. If Sir Roger shall have a male child who outlives him, he shall be bound for payment to Sir Simon of 250 marks of silver within 2 months of death of Sir Roger for the marriage. … Avice to stay with her father and mother until Robert can keep her honourably in food and clothing. Witn. Sir William de Saham the King's judge, … (S) UKNA.

6/20/1282, Roger de Lasceles to Robert son of Sir Simon the Constable, property: his daughter Avice in marriage with all she shall inherit (sharing with her other sisters) on Roger' death Binds himself for payment of 250 marks … Witn. …, Sir William de Faucenberge, Sir Ralph de Gousil, … (S) UKNA.

1284, Roger de Lascelles a chief landholder in Kerperby, North Yorkshire. (S) Cartularium Prioratus de Gyseburne, 1894, P314.

1285, 2 oxgangs in Kirkby Knowle held of Roger de Lascelles.

1294, Sir Roger de Lascelles summoned to parliament. (S) Beauties of England & Wales, Brayley, 1812, P720.

1295, Roger summoned to parliament.

~1300, Roger de Lascelles of Ellerton, Yorkshire, died.


6/27/1302, Agreement between Joan widow of Thomas de Colewynne, Sir Robert de Tylyolle and wife Matilda, Sir Ralph Fitz Ranulph and wife Theophila, and Robert le Constable and wife Avice (daughters and heirs of Sir Roger de Lascelles) on the division of Sir Roger's fees in Yorks … Sournta' and Estkryke, co. Yorks., to remain to Joan de C. … All in Yorks to remain to Robert and Avice le C. … All others in Lincs. and in Westmorland to remain to Robert  and Matilda de T. and Ralph and Theophila Fitz R.

1303, Thomas son of Adam de Maunby disputed 6 acres of wood in Kirkby Knowle with Isabel de Lascelles.

1323, Isabel died.

5/25/1323, Writ of IPM of Isabel ‘de Laucelles’ alias ‘de Lasceles’. York: Escrik the manor …  held in dower of the inheritance of the heirs, Joan, Avis, Maud and Ralph, … Ellerton the manor … held for life in fee tail of the inheritance of the said Avis, Maud and Ralph, of Ralph de Graistok without any certain service. Joan, late the wife of Thomas de Colewenn, Avis whom Robert le Conestable married, aged 40, and Maud, late the wife of Robert Tilliol, aged 36, daughters of the said Isabel and Roger de Lauceles, and Ralph, aged 24, son of Theophania late the wife of Ralph son of Ran[ulph], another daughter, are heirs of the said Roger and Isabel; Escryk … (S) CIsPM.

(S) Topo. & Gen., V1, Nichols, 1846, P217. (S) Early Yorkshire Charters, V5, Honour of Richmond, Pt2, P184 & P185. (S) Hist. of York North Riding, V2, 1923, Kirkby Knowle. (S) Hist. of York North Riding, V1, 1914, Kirkby Wiske.

Children of Roger and Isabel:

i. Joan de Lascelles, born ? in Cumberland, England.

Joan married Thomas de Colewen.

By 6/7/1302, Thomas died.

ii. Avis de Lascelles, born ~1268 in Cumberland, England.

6/20/1282, Avis married to Robert le Conestable.

1316, Robert and Avis holding the manor of Kirkby Wiske.

3/12/1325 at Halsham, Gift: Matilda widow of Sir Robert de Tilliol to Sir Robert le Constable of Holdernesse and his wife Dame Avice [Maud’s sister] property. All her share of the manor of Kirby-underknoll, … In exchange for all their property in the manor of Ellerton super Derwent.

iii. Maud de Lascelles (5910353), born ~1275 in Cumberland, England. (S) Latest birth of 1st son.

(S) Women, Art, and Patronage, Gee, 2002, P167.

iv. Theophania de Lascelles, born ? in Cumberland, England.

Theophania married Ralph son of Ranlph.

Bef. 5/25/1323, Theophania died.