~1245, Philip de Rokesle born in England, s/o 30418948. Richard de la Rokele of Appleton, Norfolk.
By 4/1276, Philip’s father died.
5/6/1277, Order to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, to deliver to Philip de la Rokele, son and heir of Richard de la Rokele, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage. (S) CFRs.
5/27/1277, Simple protection, for 1 year, for Philip de la Rokele, going to Ireland. (S) CPRs.
5/30/1277, Order to Robert de Offord, justiciary of Ireland, to deliver to Philip de la Rokele, son and heir of Richard de la Rokele, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage. (S) CFRs.
7/18/1277, Philip de la Rokele, 40 marks, fine for 1 knight's service fee. (S) CFRs.
2/8/1278, To the sheriff of Essex. Order, at the instance of Queen Eleanor, the king's mother, to permit Philip de la Rokele, tenant in chief, to sell his lands in Witlegh to Richard Bataille and Matilda his wife. (S) CCRs. [Philip’s daughter in the Queen’s household.]
7/1278, Philip died. (S) Hundred of Launditch, Carthew, 1877, P96.
7/29/1278, To the sheriff of Essex. Order to permit Richard Bataill and Matilda his wife to hold of the king in chief the lands that belonged to Philip de la Rokele in Crostwiz, which Philip sold to them. (S) CCRs.
· It is documented that the daughter of Philip de la Rokele (7604738), and son of Isolda Rokesle (7604737) required dispensation to marry.
Children of Philip and ?:
i. Isolda Rokesle (7604737), born ~1264 in England.
2/6/1277, Rowner manor [Hants.], and the manor of Forthingbrigg [Hants.], escheated to the crown, granted to Sir William le Brune, chamberlain to the king, to hold jointly with his wife Isolde, a lady of the household of Queen Eleanor, by the yearly payment of 40s. to the king's exchequer in lieu of service. (S) CPRs.