3802656. Lord William Fillol & 3802657. Mary ?
~1325, William born in England.
6/11/1346, IPM of Joan, late the wife of John Latymer, knight. Dorset: … Duntyssh and Tyle. The manors held for her life by the grant of William Fyllol and Mary his wife by fine levied in the king’s court. (S) CIsPM.
1354, Mary, wife of Richard Bannebury, held an estate in fee tail in the manor and advowson by the grant to Mary and William Fyllol, and William de Percy and Mary daughter of William Fillol, querents. (S) IsPM, Henry V, 464.
5/12/1366, William Fillol and Roger de Manyngford paid £6 8s. for 16 days at parliament at Westminster representing Dorset. (S) CCRs.
1372–83, William a duchy of Lancaster steward.
1391, William Fyloll, steward of [John of Gaunt] the Duke of Guyenne. [Places mentioned: Fifehead Neville, Dorset] (S) UKNA.
10/25/1398, William Fylol, of Woodlands, Dorset, died. (S) Proof of age of Thomas Romesey, 2/27/1412.
(S) Hist. of Somerset, V4, 1978, Wambrook. (S) Hist. of Parliament, Roskell, 1993.
· 12/7/1296, To the sheriff of Essex. Order to deliver in bail Adam de Lymhus, imprisoned in Colchester gaol … by the record of John Fyllol and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver that gaol. (S) CCRs.
· 1434 IPM of Joan, widow of William Fyloll (950664, grandson): [Continues deed of 1354.] William Filoll had issue John Filoll and died, and Mary died. John Filoll granted the remainder to the manor and advowson – described as all manors, lands, tenements, meadows, pastures, rents and services which William Percy and Mary then held – to William Filoll his son and Joan his wife. William Percy died without heir of his body.
Children of William and ?:
i. Mary Filoll, born ~1346 in England.
Mary married William Percy. [No children.]
1354, The manor of Wambrook, Somerset, bought by William son of John de Percy and Mary daughter of William Filoll of Woodlands (Dors.) on their marriage from John de Farnebergh and Elizabeth his wife.
1407, William Percy died without issue.
Mary married 2nd Richard Bannebury.
1411, Richard Bannebury and Mary his wife granted Warmbrook to William Filoll for £20 yearly.
1/28/1416, Richard and Mary Bannebury are still living [1/28/1416]. (S) IsPM, Henry V, 464.
ii. John Filoll (1901328), born ~1350 in England.
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