~1260, William de Kalsale born in England.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.
9/2/1289, The sheriff of Dorset was charged to summon William de Caleshall, … (S) Wilts. Rec. Soc., V33, 1977, P70.
9/1290, IPM of Ralph de Gorges. Dorset: Estalmere. … held of the inheritance of Margaret sometime his wife deceased, of William de Caleshale, … Richard Brionne, chaplain, aged 60, is next heir of the said Margaret. (S) CIsPM.
~1293, Charter of Thomas Paynel … Witnesses: John de Sancto Johanne, Henry Huse, William de Sancto Martino, … knights, William de Caleshal, … (S) WRS, V44.
~1300, Charter of William de Kaleshale granting to Reynold Huse and Eleanor his wife all his possessions in Teffont Evias, which he has by the gift of Richard le Waleys … Reynold and Eleanor have given 20 marks. (S) WRS, V44.
2/13/1300, Writ of Edward I to the sheriff ofWiltshire ordering him to have William de Caleshale before the justices at York … to show what right he claimed in 40s. rent in Teffont Evias. (S) WRS, V44.
10/23/1300, Charter of William de Caleshale granting to Reynold Hoese and Eleanor his wife 40s. yearly rent in Teffont Evias. (S) WRS, V44.
4/9/1305, Licence, in consideration of a fine made by Ralph de Gorges … for William de Caleshale and Cicely, his wife, to enfeoff the said Ralph and Eleanor, his wife, of a messuage and carcucate of land in Sturmenstre Mareschal, co. Dorset … the said Ralph to grant, for life, to the said William and Cicely his manor of Knyghton, in the Isle of Wight, held in chief. (S) CPRs.
1307, William de Caleshale and Cicely his wife (of a licence feoffing for Ralph de Gorges and Eleanor his wife) Knyghton manor in the Isle of Wight of Carisbrook honor.
William and Cicely died.
(S) Wilts. Rec. Soc., V44, 1993, PP167,168,169.
Child of William and Cicely:
i. Eleanor de Caleshale (16778019), born ~1280 in England.
7/15/1323, Order to the escheator beyond Trent to deliver to Ralph de Gorges Eleanor his wife the manor of Totel, which he took into the king's hand on account of the death of Guy Ferre. (S) CFRs.