~1310, John born in England.
1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.
1336, John Kendale promised the offices of constable and parker of Restormel castle by John of Eltham, earl of Cornwall [John held the post until his death.]
1342, John had been granted for life 3 messuages and 75 acres of land on the duchy manor of Penlyne, close to Restormel. [Other acquisitions included the manor of Trenode in Morval, and property at Bridgend, near Lostwithiel.]
7/24/1348 at Carmynow, Sale by Thomas atte Fenne and John Kendale to Thomas, son of Roger de Carmynou, knight, of all their goods being in the manor of Wynyenton, and of all their crops growing there. Cornwall. (S) UKNA.
1349, John appointed receiver of the duchy of Cornwall by the Black Prince. [Unable to perform his duties, he was eventually replaced by his kinsman Richard Kendale of Treworgey.]
7/1349, at Carmynou, Sale by Thomas atte Fenne and John Kendale to Thomas, son of Roger de Carmynou, knight, of all their goods being in the manor of Wynyenton, and of all their crops growing there. [Cornwall.] (S) Ancient Deeds, V4, 1902, A.8563.
1356, The Black Prince granted John, his wife, and his son John, a minor, 3 messuages, 6 acres and 3 roods of land at ‘Bodmalgan’ in Penlyne, as well as ten acres elsewhere, all for an annual rent of 10s.6d.
1364, John acquired property near Looe. [See son’s record of 1400.]
~1372, John, of Restormel and Trenode in Morval, Cornwall, died.
Child of John and Alice:
i. John Kendale (2097160), born ~1345 in Cornwall, England.