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Friday, September 11, 2020

Thomas de Maunby & Avice de Lascelles

 23641412. Thomas de Maunby & 23641413. Avice de Lascelles

~1205, Thomas born in England.

~1210, Avice born in England, d/o 47282826. Robert de Lascelles & 47282827. Emma ?.

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

Aft. 1217, Avice’s father died.

5/7/1218, Lincolnshire. The lands of Robert de Lacelles in Fulstow and Aylesby have been delivered to Simon Trussebut. (S) FRsHIII.

By 1231, Thomas married Avice.

1238, Thomas died, holding 2 carucates in the manor of Kirkby Wiski of Roger Lascelles. (S) Survey of the County of York, Taken by John de Kirkby, V49, 1867, P176.

[––Avice––]

By 1248, Avice’s uncle Picot died, her brother Roger his heir.

Avice married Adam de Puntayse.

By 1253, After the death of her brother Roger, Avice became the family heiress through previous fines in court.

1253, Maude, widow of Picot de Lascelles, v. … The Abbat of Jervall vouched to warranty Avice de Lascelles on account of charters of Picot de Lascelles (d.~1252), uncle of Avice, whose heir she is. Avice comes and says she ought not to warrant them because her right is derived from a fine made between Picot and Roger, her brother, who’s heir she is. [Avice by fine becoming the direct heir of her paternal grandfather Roger de Lascelles.] (S) Yorkshire Arch. Soc., V17, 1895, P93.

By 1261, Avice died.

Family notes:

·         The is no evidence for Avice marrying ‘Ralph de Amundeville’ [and evidence to the contrary.]

·         By 1292, Grant by Peter son of Adam de Hulmo Lincoln … he holds by the charter of Adam le Hulme his father, who had them from Adam de Puntayse and the lady Avicia de Lasceles. (S) UKNA.

(S) Cartularium Prioratus de Gyseburne, 1894. (S) Early Yorkshire Charters, V5, Pt2, 2013: P1, P184. (S) Hist. of York North Riding, V1, 1914, Kirkby Wiske. (S) Early Yorkshire Families, Clay, 2013, P51.

Child of Thomas and Avice:

i. Roger de Lascelles (11820706), born 1232 in England.

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