~1235, William Pateric born in England, §§Robert Pateric.
~1240, Beatrice de Malo Passu born in Cheshire, England, d/o §§David le Clark & Constance Cyfeilioc, d/o §§Owain Cyfeilioc, lord of Powys. (S) Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1880, P61.
Aft. 1242, William’s father died.
10/1255-10/1256 John’s estates divided between Beartrice and her sister Idonea.
By 1259, William married Beatrice.
By 1272, William died.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.
Aft. 1272, Beatrice married 2nd Rhodri ap Griffin [no children.]
1288-89 at Chester, Matilda, who was the wife of Hugh de Pulford, sued … for dower … in Alderseye, … part of the land was in the custody of Roger de Monte Alto, Peter de Arderne, Rotheric son of Griffin, and Beatrice, his wife, … (S) App. To 26th Ann. Rpt Dep. Keeper, PP40-41.
5/8/1289, Henry de Bayouse and Joan, his wife, querents, and Roderick (Rothericus), son of Griffin, and Beatrice, his wife, impedients. 4 tofts, 7 and a half bovates of land, 106 acres of wood, 3 pence of rent and a rent of 2 pounds of pepper in Neubel [Lincolnshire]. Roderick and Beatrice have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Henry, as those which Henry and Joan have of their gift, to hold to Henry and Joan and the heirs of Henry, of the chief lords for ever. Henry and Joan have given them 1 sore sparrowhawk. (S) Feet of Fines, CP 25/1/133/61, no.25.
1290, Beatrice died.
6/10/1290, IPM of Beatrice, late the wife of Roderick son of Griffin. … [Chester] … Malpas … She held the aforesaid lands by service of 1.5 knights’ fee … Isabel, the wife of Richard de Sutton, age 30, is her next heir. (S) CIsPM.
6/10/1307 at Chester, Writ of Beatrice (47281755), late the wife of Roderick son of Griffin, … [in 1290] Beatrice held in Cheshire: the castle of Shokelach, with 2 carucates of land, a moiety of meadow and woods, 2 watermills, and a ferry called Tholyhate; in Tilston the land called Yhevill and a fourth part of the advowson of the church; the manors of Dokynton, Bradeleg, Yeiton; a fourth part of the manor of Malpas, with a moiety of the serjeanty and a fourth part of the advowson of the church; other properties in Barton, Chirton, Rughe Cristilton, Hom Cristilton, Borwardesleg, Yeiton, Walefeld, Oldecastell, and Wevercote; a serjeanty of keeping the peace in those parts. (S) The Malpas Family in Cheshire.
· 1/13/1242, The king has taken the homage of §§Robert Pateric, brother and heir of William Pateric , for the lands and tenements formerly of William which fall to him by inheritance. Order to the justice of Chester that, having accepted security from Robert for £40 for his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements. (S) FRsHIII. [Same for Leicester.]
· 1300, Urian St. Pierre (de Sancto Petro) [Urian’s mother Idonea the sister of Beatrice of Malpas] held of Richard de Sutton in free soccage, 2 burgages in Malpas, and 2 saltpits in Fulwich, by service of 20d yearly. (S) Archaelolgia Cambrensis, 1876, P92.
Child of William and Beatrice:
i. Isabella Patrick (23640877), born 1260 in England.