~1210, Andrew born in England, s/o §§Robert de Cardinan & §§Isolda ?.
5/14/1224, The king has remitted and granted to Robert of Cardinham the third part of the scutage that he owes him from the knights’ fees that he holds of the king in chief, namely 2m. per shield, for the king’s army of Wales, in which he had Andrew, his son, in his place with Earl W. Marshal. (S) FRsHIII.
Aft. 1226, Andrew’s father died, his mother surviving [Isolda died after 1268.]
7/2/1335, Andrew of Cardinham, Henry of Bodrugan Richard de Lankecker and Odo Archdeacon , justices assigned to take the assize. (S) FRsHIII.
7/15/1237, Reginald Walensis gives the king 1 mark for having 4 justices to take the assize of novel disseisin that he arraigned against Andrew of Cardinham, concerning a tenement in Dunat. (S) FRsHIII.
[Undated] The borough of Lostwithiel given by Andrew de Cardinham to the priory of Tywardreath, subject to a suit at court to him and his heirs. (S) Magna Britannia, Cornwall, 1814, P203.
By 1241, Andrew died, his son Hugh his heir.
· 12/30/1226, To the sheriff of Cornwall. … to see that he has the below-written debts … 100s. from Reginald de Vautorte, and 100s from Robert of Cardinham, which they owe to the king for a prest made to them at the siege at Bedford castle [6/1224]. (S) FRsHIII.
Child of Andrew and ?:
i. Hugh de Cardinham, born ? in England.
2/24/1241, Hugh of Cardinham gives 20s. for having 4 justices. Order to the sheriff of Cornwall. (S) FRsHIII.
By 1259, Hugh died leaving his sister Isolda as the heir.
i. Isolda de Cardinham (30422337), born ~1235 in England.