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Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Lord Roger le Walssh & Joan ?

 3802658. Lord Roger le Walssh & 3802659. Joan ?

~1320, Roger Walshe born in England, s/o §§John le Walssh, s/o §§Ingram le Walssh & Hawise.

10/5/1346, Roger le Walsh and Richard Peverell collectors of the 10th and 15th in Dorset. (S) CFRs.

8/25/1347, Roger le Walsh and Richard Peverel collectors of a levy in Dorset. (S) CFRs.

1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].

10/8/1353, Roger le Walsh on a commission of oyer and terminer in Dorset. (S) CPRs.

2/14/1360, Charter of Peter de Brydeport … Witnesses: Richard de Turbervyle, John de Hale knights, Roger le Walshe, … [Dorset] (S) CCRs.

3/1369, Due to an outbreak of the plague in London, the royal court was moved to Windsor.

11/23/1373, Roger demised Stokke manor to William Latymer for life at a yearly rent of 10 marks. (S) IPM of Roger.

10/26/1375, John Walsh, son of Roger Walsh, died on Friday before SS. Simon and Jude.

Joan died before Roger.

10/30/1375, Roger Walsh died. Joan, daughter of John le Walssh his son is his heir. (S) CIsPM.

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11/26/1375, Writ for IPM of Roger le Walssh in Dorset: Langeton in Purbyk. The manor, … Estchikkerel. The manor, … Stokke. The manor, … All he held jointly with Joan his wife, lately deceased. … He died on Tuesday before All Saints last. Margaret relict of Adam Soidon, aged 30 years and more, is daughter and heir of the said Roger and Joan. (S) CIsPM.

12/23/1375, Order to John atte Hale, escheator in the county of Dorset, … Roger le Walssh held … as of fee tail the manors of Langton in Purbik, Estchikerell and Stokke, co. Dorset, jointly with Joan, late his wife, deceased, … a toft in the manor of Langton Purbik which is held of the king in chief … Margaret, late the wife of Adam Soydon, is daughter and next heir of the said Roger and Joan, and of full age, to deliver the said manors and toft to Margaret, as the king, for 40s. paid by her, has respited her homage. (S) CFRs. [Her brother was deceased, and her baby neice was not identified in the proceedings.]

2/1/1376, An Additional IPM was ordered in Dorset to inquire of the heirs of John son of Roger le Walssh. (S) CFRs.

Family notes:

·         1/28/1393, Inquisition, co. Dorset before escheator … John Walissh, son and heir of Roger Walissh, at his death held … by a grant … to Ingram le Walssh and Hawise, his wife, …, ancestors of the said John, son of Roger, son of John, son of the said Ingram and Hawise, which manor the said Roger, father of the said John, in his lifetime demised to William Latymer and Margaret, his wife, …

Children of Roger and ?:

i. Margaret Walissh (1901329), born 1345 in England.

ii. John le Walisch, born ~1350 in England.

10/26/1375, John died just days before his father.

2/1/1376, Writ for IPM of John son and Heir of Roger le Walssh or Walisch. Doset: Langeton Walisch in Purbike. The manor, held of the king by knight’s service. The manor, with the salt-works of Middelbere, is worth £12 4s. yearly. Robert, parson of Stoke, holds 18a. meadow, parcel of the manor, by service of a rose, by demise of the said Roger, without the king’s licence. John died on Friday before SS. Simon and Jude, 49 Edward III. Joan (b.6/1375) his daughter, aged 9 months, is his heir. (S) CIsPM.

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