~1365, Walter Dallingrudge born in England, s/o §§Sir John Dallyngrig & Joan de la Lynde.
~1370, Margaret born in England, heiress & d/o §§John de Chaumont.
1375 – Commission to John de Arundel, Walter Dalyngrugge and others to arrest John Basset.
1378 Roger Dalyngerigge, … v. Edward Dalyngerigge, kt., and Elizabeth his wife - land and rent in Bodiam and Salehurst, Sussex, a mill and land in Benenden, Sandhurst and Hawkhurst in Kent etc. - to Edward and Elizabeth and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to heirs of Elizabeth, Walter Dalyngerigge, brother of Edward etc. … (S) Feet of Fines, Sussex.
1408, Walter’s father died.
10/4/1408, Writ for IPM of John Dalyngrigge, ‘chivaler’ in the counties of Kent and Sussex. (S) CFRs.
1417, Sir John Dalyngrigge, of Bodiam [s/o Edward], died without issue having settled the manor of Iford on his cousins, the sons of Walter Dalyngrigge. (S) Hist. of Sussex, V7, 1940, Iford.
Margaret married 3rd ? Cheyney.
1419, Margaret died.
10/27/1419, Commitment to … of the keeping of all the manors, lands, rents and services in the counties of York and Lincoln and in the city of York late of Margaret Cheyne, who held of the king in chief by knight service on the day of her death ; to hold the same from the time of the death of the said Margaret until the lawful age of William Ingilby her kinsman and heir. (S) CFRs. [From 2nd marriage?]
(S) Testamenta Eboracensis. (S) Sir John Lewknor’s Dynastic Loyalty and Debt. National Trusts guide to Bodiam Castle, 1991.
Children of Walter and Margaret:
i. Philippe Dalyngridge (1901435), born ~1390 in England.
ii. William Dallingridge, born ? in England.
William Dallingridge, elder son of Walter Dallingridge, cousin of Edward. William died without heirs, leaving his brother Richard as his heir.
iii. Richard Dalyngerigge, born ~1405 in England.
6/28/1422, Order to the escheator in the county of Southampton … Katharine late the wife of John Stevenes died seised in her demesne as of fee of the manor of Lokerle, … and that Richard Dalyngregg is the kinsman and next heir of the said Katharine, to wit, son of Walter the brother of Katharine, and was 16 years of age and more on the day of the taking of the said inquisition. (S) CFRs.
1470, Richard died without heirs, his sister Philippa (deceased) as his heir. Roger Lewknor, s/o Philippa was the executor of his will.