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Alan WALDESHEF's other family: with Lucy de OKEOVER ( -bef1287)
Alan WALDESHEF's father: Henry de WALDESHEF ( -bef1243)

Family of Alan de WALDESHEF and Avelina

Husband: Alan de WALDESHEF (1245?- )
Wife: Avelina ( - )
Marriage bef 1287 Norton Manor, Devonshire, England 1

Husband: Alan de WALDESHEF

      Alan de WALDESHEF, "Alan de Waldeshef"    
Name: Alan de WALDESHEF 2,3
Sex: Male
Name Prefix: Lord
Father: Henry de WALDESHEF ( -bef1243)
Mother: -
Birth 1245 (est) England
Title (1) Knight
Civil (1) 1277 (age 31-32) Poached a doe; The Peak Forest, England 4
Civil (2) 1278 (age 32-33) Alan & Lucy file claim against the Prior of Malton a mill, 7 bovates and 3 acres of land in Neuton 5
Civil (3) 1281 (age 35-36) Alan & Lucy warranteed her daughter, Joan's, claim on land in Alsop-en-le-Dale, Derbyshire 6
Civil (4) 20 May 1281 (age 35-36) Witnessed charter of Edmund, the king's brother, of a grant by Simon de Montforti, late earl of Leicester, to the Order of St. John; Westminster, London, England 7
Civil (5) 10 Apr 1292 (age 46-47) Going overseas with Edmund, the king's brother,; Stepney, London, England 8
Caution The documentation of this person does not include evidence of parentage.
Civil (6) 8 May 1293 (age 47-48) Going overseas with Edmund, the king's brother; Westminster, London, England 9
Military (1) 1296 (est) (age 50-51) Lord Marshal's Roll #11 & Collin's Roll
Military (2) 1300 (est) (age 54-55) Galloway Roll & St. George's Roll
Title (2) 1301 (age 55-56) Lord 10
Civil (7) 1301 (age 55-56) Plaintiff with Earl William de Ferrar in Ferrers versus Lancaster; St. Paul's, London, England 11

Additional Information

Military (2) Roll of Arms during Edward I's campaign against the Scots

Wife: Avelina

Name: Avelina
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -


1John davidson, "The History of Newenham Abbey in the County of Devon" (Longman and Co., Paternoster Row, London 1843). p. 197.
Text From Source: We have also an agreement, dated in 1287, by which the abbot and convent engage to provide a monk to celebrate a daily mass for ever, at the altar of St. Katherine in the abbey church of Newenham, for the souls of Allan de Waldeshef and Avelina his wife, with those of their ancestors and all the faithful dead. This was in return for a renunciation by Allan and his wife of a claim which they had set up to the manor of Norton, and the lands in Westorchardton. The arrangement was concluded in the court at Westminster in Michaelmas term, before Thomas de Waylaunde, John de Lovetot, and others the king's justices, and is stated to have been effected in compliance with the king's precept. " Et hec q'cordia facta fuit p' p'ceptu' d'ni Reg'."
2Walfrich, "Three Rolls of Arms 13th Century". p. 358.
Text From Source: 368. Alain de Waldesefth ? (Waldesesfp, E.) Gules two chevrons argent, a label of Prance. 156.
3Joseph Foster, "Some Feudal Coats of Arms" (James Parker & Co. of London and oxford 1902). p. 255.
Text From Source: Waldeseuf, Alain de (or Waldesepth) - (H. III Roll) bore, gules, two chevrons argent a label (5) of France; St. George Roll - borne also by Edmund, in the Arden Roll.
4John Pym Yeatman, Esq, "The Feudal History of the County of Derby". vol 3 section 6.
Text From Source: JOHN GOORYNG DE TYCHILL Was consenter to the crimes of JOHN DE OKE And PETER DE OSPRING, Who took one doe (S. John Bap. 9 Ed. I), bl. Roger le Ragged of Castleton, Rad Hering, Adam fil Thos. de Castleton, El1as de Bradwell, Thos. de Onesacre, Alan de Walderchal. JOHN LE HOR de Hope took one doe (St. Mich. 5 Ed. I).
5"Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series" ( Vol 17 p. 120 (Notes on the religious and secular houses of Yorkshire, Vol 1)", sub Malton Priory.
Text From Source: A.D. 1278. Alan Waldeskaf and Lucy his wife claim against the Prior of Malton a mill, 7 bovates and 3 acres of land in Neuton, of which William de Laund, late husband of Lucy, endowed her at the church porch when he married her; etc. [See No. 6.]
De Banco, East. 6 Edw. I. m. 27 d.
6edited by Aileen Hopkinson, "Rolls of the 1281 Derbyshire Eyre" ( Text From Source: Letitia widow of Alexander le Mercer of Esseburn claims against Richard de Morleye and Joan his wife a messuage, 50 acres of land and an acre of meadow in Alsop as her right and marriage portion by writ of entry. Richard and Joan come and concering one half, vouch Alan de Waldechef and Lucy his wife to warranty. Concerning the other they vouch John de la Plaunche and Ellen his wife. They are to have them at Lincoln at the quindene of Trinity (22 June 1281). Alan and Lucy are to be summoned in this county and John and Ellen in the county of Lincoln.
7"Patent Roll of Edward I Volume 1 1272-1281". p. 436.
Text From Source: 1281 May 20.
Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of Edmund, the king's brother, dated att London, 20 may, 9 Edward I. being a ratification of the grant in frank almoin made by Simon de Montforti, laate earl of Leicester, to the hospital and fraternity of St. John, Hunbgerford, for lodging poor, sick and infirm persons, of the half virgate od land formerly held by William le Broddere of him in villeinage in Snadone, with a meadow of his demesne near his tank on the north side in Hungerford.

Witnesses: - William de Vescy, Rischard Fukeran, Laurence de Sancto Mauro, Ralph his brother, William de Kughenho and Alan de Waldespf, knights, Hugh de Vienna, John Russelli, clerks, and others.
University of Iowa Library,
8"Patent Roll of Edward I Volume 2 1281-1292". p485.
Text From Source: 1292 April 10.
Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for Edmund the king's
brother, and the following, going beyond seas on the king's service:
Walter de Bathon[ia].
Alan de Waldeshef.
Reginald de Sancto Martino.
Master Ralph de Bannebury, clerk.
Walter de Rading.
University of Iowa Library,
9"Patent Roll of Edward I Volume 3 1292-1301". p. 9.
Text From Source: 1293 May 8.
Alan de Waldeshef, going beyond seas with Edmund the king's brother, nominating Thomas de Hanechuch for one year.
University of Iowa Library,
10Mark Bateson and Jeffery Denton, "Usury and Comital Disinheritance. The Case of Ferrers versus Lancaster, St. Paul's, London 1301" (The Journal of Ecclesiastical History / Volume 43 / Issue 01 / January 1992 , pp 60-96). Text From Source: William de Ferrar', lord Alan de Waldechef, knights, and M. Thomas de. Bray. 9. Protestation by the proctor of Earl Thomas that neither he nor the earl intends in ...
Cambridge Journals Online,


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