~1250, Laurence born in England.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]
6/18/1272, Licence, for the following merchants for the wool which they have in England; until Michaelmas: … Laurence de Ludelowe, merchant; … (S) CPRs.
8/1279, Petition of Laurence de Ludlow against Constance, widow of Fulk fitz Warin. (S) UKNA.
7/22/1287, IPM of Robert de Mortuo Mari. Salop: … Overton, held by Laurence de Lodelowe by ½ fee in free socage. … (S) CIsPM.
1291, Laurence de Ludelowe obtained a licence to crenelate his manor.
10/26/1291, IPM of Philip de Brachesouere. Salop: … Coldeweston. ½ carucate land held of Laurence de Lodelowe by service of 1d. yearly; … (S) CIsPM.
1292, Roger le Rus acknowledged that he owed Laurence de Lodelawe a debt of £12 12s. 9d.
4/1294, An assize held to determine if … Hugh de Audley and Isolda his wife, … and Laurence de Ludelowe unjustly disseised Edmund de Mortimer and Margaret his wife of his free tenent in Great Marcle, Herefordshire. Hugh de Audley came into court and stated that his wife Isolde held the third part of the said manor by her dower. [Isolda widow of Walter de Balun.]
10/28/1294, Laurence de Loudelawe, going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Roger Foliot and Thomas Foliot until Midsummer. (S) CPRs.
1295, Laurence died.
1295, Petitioners: Anneise (Agnes) de Lodelawe (Ludlow), widow of Laurence de Ludlow; William de Lodelawe (Ludlow), son of Anneise de Ludlow. The Lodelawes request the appointment of 3 justices of an appeal of oyer and terminer obtained by Robert de Budlers against them for the death of Henry his brother of which the Lodelawes have no knowledge. (S) UKNA.
1302-03, Richard de Carsy granted the manor of Orleton to Agnes widow of Laurence de Ludlow, retaining for himself a life interest. (S) Hist. of Worcester, V4, 1924, Eastham.
Child of Laurence and Agnes:
i. William de Lodelowe (4221744), born ~1275 in England.
8/30/1295, Order to the escheator this side of Trent to deliver to William de Ludelawe, son and heir of Laurence de Leudelawe of the county of Hereford, tenant in chief, the manor of Much Markeleye, late of his said father, he having done homage. (S) CFRs.