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William WALDERSHELF's brother: Ralf de Aula of WALDERSHELF (1230?-aft1286)

Family of William de WALDERSHELF

Husband: William de WALDERSHELF (bef1240- )
Wife: (unknown)
Children: William de WALDERSHELF (bef1290-aft1340)

Husband: William de WALDERSHELF

Name: William de WALDERSHELF
Sex: Male
Father: Ylian de WALDERSHELF (1180?-bef1258)
Mother: Matilda de LANGBY ( - )
Birth bef 1240
Civil (1) 19 May 1258 (age 17-18) leased property to Elyas de Midhope; Waldershelf, Yorkshire, England 1
Civil (2) bef 1294 (age 53-54) witness to deed of Nigel de Lovetot to William de Sheffield for land in Wishou, Nottinghamshire 2
Civil (3) bef 1294 (age 53-54) witness to deed of Nigel de Lovetot to William de Sheffield for land in Wishou, Nottinghamshire 3
Civil (4) bef 1294 (age 53-54) witness to deed of Nigel de Lovetot to William de Sheffield for land in Wishou, Nottinghamshire 4
Civil (5) bef 1294 (age 53-54) witness to deed of Warren de Vernon to William de Sheffield for land in Wishou, Nottinghamshire 5

Child 1: William de WALDERSHELF

Name: William de WALDERSHELF 6
Sex: Male
Name Prefix: Master
Birth bef 1290
Civil (1) 2 Feb 1310 (age 19-20) Quitclaim for land which was of Ralph, son of Hugh de Hunschelf; Hunshelf, Yorkshire, England 7
Civil (2) 13 Mar 1320 (age 29-30) protection for two years; Sturry, England 8
Death aft 1340 (age 49-50)

Note on Husband: William de WALDERSHELF

Title: The Spencer Stanhope Manuscripts

Author: Spencer-Stanhope Family of Horsforth, West Riding of Yorkshire

Publication: West Yorkshire Archive Service, Bradford: Catalogue Ref. SpSt

Repository:

Note: West Yorkshire Archive Service, Bradford

Media: Book

Page: ref. SpSt/4/11/128/1

Text: Lease

19 May 1258

Waldershelf, Yorkshire

Between William son of Ylienus de Walderself, of the one part, and Elyas de Midhop, of the other part; of all his right in lands, men, rents, homages and reliefs in Waldershelf for 12 years, except his own lands, i.e. land in Westfeld, in Plattis, in Faldwrthing, in Bramfeld, in Hertwiccroft, and his free wood, also the profits of 2 men, William Blodleter and John de Haycroft, and their lands.

 

from http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lorenfamily&id=I47107

Sources

1"Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series" (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk). http://nationalarchives.gov.uk/A2A/records.aspx?cat=202-spst_1&cid=-1#-1.
Text From Source: Lease SpSt/4/11/128/1 19 May 1258
Language: Latin

Contents:
Between William son of Ylienus de Walderself, of the one part, and Elyas de Midhop, of the other part; of all his right in lands, men, rents, homages and reliefs in Waldershelf for 12 years, except his own lands, i.e. land in Westfeld, in Plattis, in Faldwrthing, in Bramfeld, in Hertwiccroft, and his free wood, also the profits of 2 men, William Blodleter and John de Haycroft, and their lands.
Witnesses: Sir Robert, Chaplain of Bradefeld, Ralf clerk of Fefeld, Gerard de Turgerland, Henry de Spina, Ralf his brother, and many others.
Seal: natural coloured wax, shield shaped (?), on tag, no impression..
Endorsed: 33.
2John Throsby, "Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: volume 1" (1790). pp. 62-68.
Text From Source: WISHOU, or WISOE.
...
(fn. 33) The said Nigellus de L. gave by another Deed to the said William de Shefeld, fourscore and one Acres of his Demesne in Wishoe. To this were Y vo de Heriz, Helias de Marten, Rad. de Jorge, Gervas de Somervill, Galf. de Somervill, Hugh de Rempston, Wm. de la Valle, William de Bradewar, Walter de Wisho, Richard de Greinvill, William de Waldeschef, and Henry his Brother, &c.
...
33 Autogr. pen. eund. J. W.
...
British History Online. Web: http://www.british-history.ac.uk.
3Ibid. pp. 62-68.
Text From Source: WISHOU, or WISOE.
...
Patrick's Part, I suppose, came to W. de Sheffeild, Nephew to Nig. de Lovetot, possibly by a second Husband of his Sister Margery, (if he was not his own natural Son, and so called as the Pope doth) however he gave him, by that addition of Nephew, five Virgats of Land in the Town of Wishow, viz. (fn. 32) that which Raph de Budney held, &c. The Witnesses to this Deed were William Picot, William de Villariis, Richard de Leca, William de Bowis, Hugh de Rempeston, Thomas de Rempston, Reginald Picot, Hugh his Brother, Robert de Luvetot, William de Valle, Rad. Gard. William de Wandreshelf, Richard de Wishou, the Clerk, and others.
...
32 Ex Autogr. pen. Jos. Widmerpole Ar.
...
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75948
4Ibid. pp. 62-68.
Text From Source: WISOU, or WISOE.
...
Richard de Lovetot, of Wishowe, (fn. 34) gave to William de Shefelt, the whole Meadow of his Demesne upon the Wald of Wishowe, viz. that which lay between the Meadowof Wrin de Vernun and the Men of Wishow; William gave him four Marks of Silver for it. The Witnesses were John de Heriz, Helias de Martini, Hugh de Rempston, Philip de Cortingstok, William de Waldeself, William Brodney, Walter de Wishou.
...
34 Autogr. ib.
...
5Ibid. pp. 62-68.
Text From Source: WISHOU, or WISOE.
...
Warinus de Vernun, and Margery his Wife, also passed Lands to this William de Sheffeld: (fn. 35) Witnesses Nigellus de Mundevill, Richard de Lovetost, William Waldeseiff, &c.
...
35 Autogr.
...
6Spencer-Stanhope Family of Horsforth, West Riding of Yorkshire, "Spencer Stanhope manuscripts" (West Yorkshire Archive Service, Bradford; Catalogue ref. SpSt/4/11/128/1). SpSt//4/11/128/1.
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lorenfamily&id=I47107
7"Smith Hill Child Family of North Staffordshire Collection". D1229/1/7/44 1309/10.
Text From Source: D1229/1/7/44 1309/10

Contents:
Quitclaim by Adam de Paldane to William son of William de Walkerschelf of a parcel of land with houses there lying in the Hollehayerode in length between the land of John son of Elye and the land of John de Hollehaye and in width from Eliclif to the south and the land of John de Hollehaye on the north, also [quitclaims] of all his land in Hollehayerode which was of Ralph son of Hugh de Hunschelf and those five acres of land for which Henry de Tildeye and his heirs receives 2s. annual rent.
Witnesses: William son of Adam, John Pes, William son of Henry, John son of Henry, John Cutte, William son of Richard, Peter sub le Egge and others: 2 February.

from http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a/records.aspx?cat=169-d1229&cid=-1#-1
Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service, Staffordshire County Record Office Eastgate Street Stafford ST16 2LZ England. Tel: 01785 278 379.
8"Gascon Roll for the 13th and 14th years of the reign of Edward II". Membrane 11, item 129.
Text From Source: ...
13 March. Sturry Sturreye. For protection.

To all seneschals, constables, castellans, officers, bayles, ministers and faithful subjects in the duchy.

Letters of protection for two years granted to Master William de Waldeshef, his men, lands, rents and all his possessions in the duchy. They are to be maintained, protected and defended from harm according to the fors and customs of those parts.
...

http://www.gasconrolls.org/edition/calendars/C61_33/document.html
The Gascon Rolls Project (1317-1468).

 

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