~1330, Walter Malet born in England.
~1335, Alice le Walssh born in England, coheiress & d/o 7604478. John le Walyssh & 7604479. Rose ?.
6/1349, The Plague reached Dorset, and had spread across England by the end of 1349.
9/1350, Alice’s father died.
By 1353, Alice married to Walter Malet.
1/20/1353, Order escheator in the counties of Somerset and Dorset … 2 messuages and a curtilage, … in Podyton and Westchikerel, co. Dorset, … co. Somerset, … came into the king's hands by reason of the minority of Joan and Elizabeth, daughters and heirs of Nicholas le Walssh, who died, as minors in the king's ward, Joan outliving Elizabeth, and that … and that the next heirs of the said Joan daughter of Nicholas are Alice, one of the sisters of Nicholas, whom Walter Malet has taken to wife, Joan, another sister, Simon, son of Maud, a third sister, who deceased, Joan, one of the daughters of Edith, a fourth sister, whom William le Swon has taken to wife, Lucy, another of her daughters, whom John Chuket has taken to wife, Christina, a third daughter, whom John atte Hulle has taken to wife, and John, son of Elizabeth, her fourth daughter, of whom Alice, the 2 Joans and Lucy are of full age, and the others minors, … (S) CFRs.
6/18/1355, To escheator of Somerset and Dorset. Order to cause Simon son of Maud [who has now proved his age], 3rd sister of Nicholas le Walssh, to have seisin … Alice, one of Nicholas’ sisters, who Walter Malet has married, … (S) CCRs.
11/30/1360, Order to escheator in the co.’s of Somerset and Dorset, … Maud (previously wife of Nicholas) late the wife of Walter Cancy did not hold any lands … but held for life by name of dower … Hywyssh Chamflour, co. Somerset, … rent in Pydynton … in Westchikerel, co. Dorset, of the inheritance of Alice, whom Walter Malet has taken to wife, and Joan, 2 of the sisters and heirs of Nicholas le Walssh, sometime her husband, … to make a partition of 1 of the 4 parts into 4 equal parts … (S) CFRs.
Walter Malet died.
10/1361, Alice’s mother died.
7/1/1362, IPM of Rose, late the wife of John le Walyssh, Walisch or Walsch. Somerset: Athelerdeston … Hywys Chamflour. A third part of the manor, … She held both the above for life in dower by assignment of John le Walsch, formerly her husband, of the inheritance of Alice daughter of the said John, Simon Brit son of Maud his second daughter, and Christina the wife of John atte Hulle, daughter of Edith Seintcler his third daughter. … The aforesaid Alice, late the wife of Walter Malet, aged 30 years and more, … Dorset: Podyngton. 60a. land … (S) CIsPM.
12/4/1362, Order to escheator in the co.’s of Somerset and Dorset, … Joan (Alice’s sister) late the wife of Henry le Frere held … Alice, daughter of John Walssh, 1 of her sisters, Simon Brut, son of Maud, her 2nd sister, and Christina, daughter of Edith Seintclere, her 3rd sister whom John atte Hull has take to wife, are her next heirs and of full age., … take the fealties of Alice, Simon and John atte Hulle and deliver their respective pourparties. (S) CFRs, 1923.
10/20/1386, Alice’s niece by her sister Edith, Christina, wife of John Hulle, died, her son John a minor. [Alice Malet was allotted her part and she took the profits of this part of the manor and of the advowson of Huish Champflower for 12 years. Nicholas Hull, Christina’s son, is aged 30 years and more. (S) 3/19/1408 IPM of Christina wife of John Atte Hulle.]
11/19/1369, Alice’s niece by her sister Edith, Lucy, wife of Richard Malet, died.
1392, William Jewe [chaplain] conveyed by fine to Alice Malet, for her life, with remainder to John Jewe and his heirs, 6 messuages, 2 carucates of land, 20 a. of meadow, 100 a. of pasture in Westchikerell and Podyngton.
11/6/1392, Alice le Walsh, sometime wife of Walter Malet, in her widowhood to John Jewe, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim with warranty of all lands, rents, services, reversions, homages etc. in Podyngton and Westchikerel co. Dorset by him now occupied, which he had by her gift. (S) CCRs.
1398, Alice died. (S) 3/19/1408 IPM of Christina.
(S) N&Qs, Somerset & Dorset, V9, 1905, P53.
Child of Walter and Alice:
i. Isabella Malet (1901119), born ~1360 in England.