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Saturday, September 5, 2020

Lord Osbert de Wachesham & Isabella de Valoines

 47269184. Lord Osbert de Wachesham & 47269185. Isabella de Valoines

~1170, Osbert born in England.

~1185, Isabella born in England, d/o §§William de Valoines, s/o §§Alan de Valoines (d.1194).

1190, Osbert de Wachesham [Suffolk] in the subsidy rolls. (S) Suffolk Surnames.

4/6/1199, John succeeded Richard I as King of England.

1199, Abbot Sampson v. Sir Osbert de Wahcesham for having unlawfully raised gallows and hung a man in Hitcham against the liberties of Bury St. Edmunds. (S) The Manors of Suffolk, V3, 1909, P173.

1200, Osbert de Wachesham, one knight in Marlingford and Wortham. (S) Chronicle of the Abbey of St. Edmund’s, Brakelond, Fordham Univ.

~1203, Osbert married Isabella.

1205, Ernald de Charneless and Maria his wife v. Osbert de Wachesham and Isabella his wife in Buresgerd.

1205-06, William de Verdon and his wife Maud, sister of Isabel, wife of Osbert de Wachesham are named in a lawsuit concerning land at Cransford, Suffolk. (S) FMG.

1207, Gilbert de St. Clare released all his right in Marlingford to Osbert de Wachesham. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, 1805, P456. [Gilbert had previously enfeoffed Osbert with Marlingford.]

Bef. 1209, Confirmation to the church of Culpho [near Ipswich, Suffolk], of a grant by William de Valeins, by Osbert de Wachesham and William de Verdun. [William married Matilda, sister of Isabella.]

10/19/1216, Henry III, age 9, succeeded John as King of England.

1219, Osbert de Wachesham and Isabel his wife and William de Verdun and Matilda his wife v. Adam, Prior of Horton of Stansted.

1219, Lordship of Overhall manor vested in Osbert de Wachesham and Isabel his wife, who also held part of the advowson. (S) Manors of Suffolk, Copinger, 1905, P206.

1220-21, Peter de Nereford put into custody of Robert de Welles and Osbert de Wachesham.

1222, Osbert de Wachesham claimed homage from William son of Hugh, from a free tenement in Tattingstone (Suffolk), which his ancestors gave to William's ancestors in liberum maritagium. William did not deny this but stated that he was under age and in the king's custody so homage was delayed. (S) The Contract of Marriage, Trafford, 1999, Thesis, Univ. of Leeds.

[Undated] Osbert add 3s rent in Bruisyard to the possessions of Leiston.

1227, Osbert died, tenant of a knights’ fee and 30a. in serjeanty at Wattisham, including Cropfield and Horswold; and holding an estate at Marlingford, Norfolk. (S) The Manors of Suffolk, V3, 1909, P208.


1235, Isabella died, her son her heir.

(S) Leiston Abbey Cartulary, Abbey, 1979, P9, P13, P19.

Child of Osbert and Isabella:

i. Giles de Wachesham (23634592), born ~1205 in England.

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