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Richard WALDESHEF's other families: with Unknown ( - ) and Maude UNKNOWN ( - )
Richard WALDESHEF's father: Henry de WALDESHEF ( -bef1243)
Joan UNKNOWN's other family: with Eustace UNKNOWN ( -bef1272)

Family of Richard de WALDESHEF and Joan UNKNOWN

Husband: Richard de WALDESHEF (1240?-bef1346)
Wife: Joan UNKNOWN ( - )
Marriage aft 9 Oct 1272 1

Husband: Richard de WALDESHEF

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      Richard de WALDESHEF, "Walter de Waldershelf"    
 
Name: Richard de WALDESHEF
Sex: Male
Father: Henry de WALDESHEF ( -bef1243)
Mother: -
Birth 1240 (est)
Caution The documentation of this person does not include evidence of parentage or shield. He is set as father of Walter and shares his shield because of their specuial service to the king.
Civil (1) 10 Sep 1267 (age 26-27) Asked pardon for William de Waldesef; Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England 2
Occupation btw 1267 and 1272 (age 26-32) Esquire, yeoman and serjeant to Henry III 3,4
Civil (2) 29 Mar 1270 (age 29-30) Asked pardon for Simon de Cobinton of the king's suit; Westminster, London, England 5
Civil (3) 20 Dec 1270 (age 29-30) Given life exemption from future civil service; Winchester, Hampshire, England 6
Civil (4) 20 Mar 1271 (age 30-31) Asked for respite from knighthood for Hugh de Dyve. 7
Civil (5) 5 Jul 1271 (age 30-31) Grant of the marriage to Maude, late wife of Simon de Cryoll; Westminster, London, England 8
Civil (6) 11 Aug 1271 (age 30-31) Asked pardon for William de Ticheby of Neuwerk for trespass.; Westminster, London, England 9
Civil (7) 14 Aug 1271 (age 30-31) Given protection with clause volumus while going to Santiago.; Westminster, London, England 10
Civil (8) 9 Nov 1271 (age 30-31) Grant of fortfited property from escape of Geoffrey de Seustren; Westminster, London, England 11
Civil (9) 9 Oct 1272 (age 31-32) Grant of marrriage to Joan, late wife of Eustace son of Thomas.; Ely, Cambridgeshire, England 12
Civil (10) 8 Jan 1278 (age 37-38) Given protection with clause volumus for one year while overseas with Edmund, the king's brother.; Tower of London, London, England 13
Civil (11) 21 Apr 1286 (age 45-46) Given protection with clause volumus until All Saints Day while overseas with the king.; Langley, Kent, England 14
Civil (12) 22 Jul 1287 (age 46-47) Philip de Kyme acknowledges that he owes to Richard 40 marks.; Hereford, Herefordshire, England 15
Civil (13) 22 Jul 1287 (age 46-47) William de Ros acknowledges that he owes to Richard 25 marks.; Hereford, Herefordshire, England 16
Civil (14) 8 Feb 1290 (age 49-50) Owes 40 marks to Thomas de Morton and William le Chaumberleyn.; Westminster, London, England 17
Civil (15) 4 May 1290 (age 49-50) Granted right to fell four timber oaks in Sherwood Forest.; Westminster, London, England 18
Civil (16) 15 Jun 1291 (age 50-51) Given protection with clause volumus until Christmas while at Geddesworth Castle, Scotland, with Edmund, the king's brother.; Norham, England 19
Civil (17) 1 May 1293 (age 52-53) Abbot of Wellebeck and William Jordan of Tickhill acknowledge they owe Richard 80 marks.; Westminster, London, England 20
Residence Mar 1302 (age 61-62) Oxton. Nottinghamshire, England 21
Death btw Mar 1302 and 1346 (age 61-106) Oxton, Nottinghamshire, England 22
Civil (18) 1346 (age 105-106) disposition of land in Oxton and Richard's wife after his death; Oxton, Nottinghamshire, England 23

Wife: Joan UNKNOWN

Name: Joan UNKNOWN
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -

Sources

1"Patent Roll of Henry III Volume 6 1266-1272". p. 680.
University of Iowa Library, http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/search.html.
2Ibid. p. 105.
Text From Source: 1267 Sept. 10.
Shrewsbury,
Pardon, at the instance of Richard de Waldesef, king's esquire
(armigeri), to William de Waldesef for the death of Geoffrey Hutteman
of Assenor.
3Ibid. p. 105.
4Ibid. p. 418.
5Ibid. p. 418.
Text From Source: 1270 March 29.
Westminster,
Pardon, at the instance of Richard de Waldeshef , king's yeoman, to Simon de Cobinton of the king's suit for the death of William son of
Richard de Rodeknicht; as it appears by inquisition made by Ralph de Hengham that he killed him in self defence.
6Ibid. p. 500.
Text From Source: 1270 Dec. 20.
Winchester.
Exemption for life of Richard de Waldeshef, king's yeoman, from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions, and from being made sheriff &c. against his will.
The like of Peter de Arches.
7Ibid. p. 524.
Text From Source: 1271 March 20.
Westminster,
Respite, at the instance of Bichard de Waldeshef, king's yeoman, to Hugh de Dyve from making himself a knight, for three years.
8Ibid. p. 549.
Text From Source: 1271 July 5.
Westminster,
Grant to Richard de Waldeshef, king's yeoman, in lieu of all debts and arrears of wages wherein the king is bound to him, of the marriage of Maud late the wife of Simon de Cryoll who held in chief, or any fine she make for the marriage or the forfeiture due to the king if she marry another against the will of the king or of the said Richard; on this condition that if he have not the marriage, fine or forfeiture, the king shall be bound to him in debts and arrears as before.
9Ibid. p. 568.
Text From Source: 1271 Aug. 11.
Westminster.
Pardon, at the instance of Richard de Waldesheff, king's yeoman, to William de Ticheby of Neuwerk of his trespasses in the time of the disturbance.
10Ibid. p. 569.
Text From Source: 1271 Aug. 14.
Westminster.
Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for Richard Waldesheff, king's yeoman, going to Santiago.
11Ibid. pp. 604-605.
Text From Source: 1271 Nov. 9.
Westminster.
Grant to Richard de Waldeshef, king's serjeant, of what pertains to the king for the escape of Geoffrey de Seustren who for the felony he did in killing Simon son of Etha de Calsteworth fled to the church of Northwyme and escaped from the same out of the keeping of the
township without abjuration of the realm.
12Ibid. p.680.
Text From Source: 131272 Oct. 9.
Ely.
Grant to Richard Waldeshef, king's yeoman, of the marriage of Joan late the wife of Eustace son of Thomas, who held in chief, or any fine she will make for marriage or the forfeiture pertaining to the king if she marry without the licence of him or the said Richard.
13"Patent Roll of Edward I Volume 1 1272-1281". p.252.
Text From Source: 1278 Jan. 8.
Tower of London.
Protection with clause volumus, until Midsummer, for Peter de Monte Forti, going beyond seas.
The like for Edmund, the knig's brother.
The like, for one year , for Richard Waldeshef, going with the said Edmund.
University of Iowa Library, http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/search.html.
14"Patent Roll of Edward I Volume 2 1281-1292". p.233.
Text From Source: 1286 April 21.
Langley.
Protection, with clause volumus, for the following) going with the king
beyond seas :
Richard de Waldeshef - - - - - until All Saints.
University of Iowa Library, http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/search.html.
15The Deputy Keeper of the Records, "Calendar of Close Rolls - Edward I - 1279-1288" (mackie & Co. Ld., London, 1902). p. 485.
16Ibid. p.485.
17The Deputy Keeper of the Records, "Calendar of Close Rolls - Edward I - Vol. III - 1288-1296" (1904). p. 124.
Text From Source: 1290 Feb. 8
Westminster
William de Colevill of Makeseye, ..., Richard de Waldeshef, ... acknowledge that they owe to Thomas de Morton, parson of the church of Halstede, and William le Chaumberleyn 40 marks; to be levied, in default of payment, of their lands and chattels in cos. Northampston and Lincoln. - W. de Hamelt[on] received the acknowledgement.
18Ibid. p. 76.
Text From Source: 1290 May 3.
Westminster.
To William de Vescy, justice of the Forest beyond Trent. Order to cause Richard de Waldeshef to have in the forest of Shirewode four oaks fit for timber, of the king's gift.
19"Patent Roll of Edward I Volume 2 1281-1292". p. 433.
Text From Source: 1291 June 15.
Norham.
Protection with clause volumus, for:
Richard de Waldeshef, staying with Edmund, the king's brother, on the king's service in the castle of Geddeworth, Scotland, until Christmas.
University of Iowa Library, http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/search.html.
20The Deputy Keeper of the Records, "Calendar of Close Rolls - Edward I - Vol. III - 1288-1296" (1904). p. 316.
Text From Source: 1293 May 1.
Westminster.
The abbot of Wellebeck and William Jurdan of Tikehull acknowledge that they owe to Richard de Waldesheve 80 marks; to be levied, in default of payment, of their lands and chattels.
21"Feudal Aids v04 - Northampton to Somersetshire". p. 96.
Text From Source: Sampson de Stredley et Johannes de Coilly et Ricardus de Waldeyef tenent in Oxton de feodo Thome de Furnivall di. f.
22Ibid. p. 118.
23Ibid. p. 118.
Text From Source: De Johanna, que fuit uxor Sampsonis de Strelleye, Jobanne Culy et Johanna, que fuit uxor Kicardi Walteshef, pro di. f. in Oxton, quod Sampson de Strelley, Johannes Culy et Ricardus Walteshef quondam tenuerunt - - - xx.s.

translation:
Of Joan, who was the wife of the Strelleye Sampson, John Culy and Joan, who was the wife of Richard Walteshef, on behalf of the lord's fee in Oxton that Sampson Strelley, John Culy and Richard Walteshef once held.

 

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