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Robert WALDESHEF's father: John WALDESHEF ( -1334)
Robert WALDESHEF's sister: Alicia WALDESHEF ( -1334)

Family of Robert WALDESHEF

Husband: Robert WALDESHEF ( -1367)
Wife: (unknown)
Children: John WALDESHEF ( -1378)
Thomas WALDESHEF (1335?- )

Husband: Robert WALDESHEF

Name: Robert WALDESHEF 1,2
Sex: Male
Father: John WALDESHEF ( -1334)
Mother: -
Residence btw 1334 and 1353 Waldeshef Hall, Diddington, Huntingdonshire, England 3
Civil 1340 In seisin of Waldeshef Hall; Waldeshef Hall, Diddington, Huntingdonshire, England 4
Military 28 Mar 1360 ordered to bear arms overseas in defence of the country; Westminster, London, England 5
Death 1367 6

Child 1: John WALDESHEF

Name: John WALDESHEF 1
Sex: Male
Residence btw 1353 and 1378 Waldeshef Hall, Diddington, Huntingdonshire, England 7
Death 1378 8,9

Child 2: Thomas WALDESHEF

Name: Thomas WALDESHEF 1
Sex: Male
Birth 1335 (est)
Residence Henlowe, Bedfordshire, England

Sources

1"File (merged): C:\Users\Doug\Documents\Family\trees\Waldeshelf of Huntingdonshire.GED". Record originated in...
2"A History of the County of Huntingdon, Vol. 2" (http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42498).
British History Online. Web: http://www.british-history.ac.uk.
3Ibid. pp. 269-272.
Text From Source: John Waldshef succeeded before 1300 (fn. 68) and was living in 1332. (fn. 69) He is said to have died in 1334 and was succeeded by his son Robert, (fn. 70) who was in seisin in 1340. (fn. 71)

68 Cartul. Mon. de Rames. (Rolls Ser.) ii, 306; cf. Feud. Aids, iv, 472.
69 Feet of F. case 93, file 24, no. 12.
70 Harl. MS. 2044, fol. 92d.
71 Feet of F. case 93, file 25, no. 41.
4Ibid. pp. 269-272.
Text From Source: WALDSHEF'S MANOR

... He is said to have died in 1334 and was succeeded by his son Robert, (fn. 70) who was in seisin in 1340. (fn. 71) ...

70 Harl. MS. 2044, fol. 92d.
71 Feet of F. case 93, file 25, no. 41.
5"Patent Roll of Edward III Volume 11 1358-1361". pp. 413-414.
Text From Source: 1360 March 28.
Westminster.
Commission to Hugh Chastilon and his fellows,arrayers of men at arms and archers in the county of Buckinghamre, citing that because it is the king's will that twenty men at arms, to wit the said Hugh, Henry Chalfhunt, Geoffrey de Lucy, John son of John Giffard, Edmund de Hampden. Edmund Waleys, Martin Chaunceux, John de Coueley, William Wyot, John de Thame, Thomas Frisel, Richard Hampden, John Baret, John de Wermeston, John de Amondesham, John Reynam, John de Nowers of Gothirst, and three other men at arms, twenty armed men and eighty archers of the strongest and bravest of the county be selected in the county and go in ships upon the sea for the defence of the realm, he commands that on sight of these presents these said men be arrayed and duly furnished with arms, armour, bows and arrows and brought to Sandwich and that if need be they be compelled to this by incarceration of their bodies and taking of their lands and goods into the king's hand, so that they be there by Tuesday in Easter week to enter the ships ordained to take them to go on the king's service at the accustomed wages of war. In the meantime the commissioners are to send men to Sandwich to provide victuals for the men ready to be shipped on their arrival. It is the king's will also that when they reach the sea their horses shall be sent back to their own parts. He has commanded the collectors of the tenth and fifteenth granted by the commonalty of the realm for the expenses of the men going on the said service to pay them their wages, to wit to every knight 2s. to an esquire I2d. to an armed man 6d. and to an archer 4d. a day, for one month from the time of at which they left the said county. Furthermore he gives the commissioners power to arrest and imprison contrariants or rebels and take their lands and goods into his hand, and hereby gives command to the sheriff, men at arms and archers, mayors, bailiffs, ministers and others of the said county to be attending, answering, counselling and aiding to them in the premises. By the guardian & C.
...
Thomas de Hemynton and his fellows, arrayers in the county of Huntingdonten, men at arms and armed men, to wit the said Thomas, Richard Dalbert, Robert Waldesshef, Richard Geddyng and six others and sixty archers.
...
University of Iowa Library, http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/search.html.
6Llewellyn Frederick William Jewitt, John Charles Cox, John Romilly Allen, "The Reliquary and illustrated archaeologist" (J. R. Smith, 1868). p. 232.
Text From Source: from pedigree in Harl. MS. 2044
Robert Waldechef, ob. 40 Ed. III.
7"A History of the County of Huntingdon, Vol. 2" (http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42498). pp. 269-272.
Text From Source: WALDSHEF'S MANOR
... Robert's son John (fn. 72) succeeded him, probably about 1353, and died in 1378, when his heir was his son Robert, who died in 1421. (fn. 73) ...

72 Harl. MS. 2044, fol. 92d. A John, son of John Waldshef, received a pardon in 1361 (Cal. Pat. 135861, p. 525).
73 Ibid.
British History Online. Web: http://www.british-history.ac.uk.
8Ibid. pp. 269-272.
Text From Source:
... Robert's son John (fn. 72) succeeded him, probably about 1353, and died in 1378, when his heir was his son Robert, who died in 1421. (fn. 73) ...

72 Harl. MS. 2044, fol. 92d. A John, son of John Waldshef, received a pardon in 1361 (Cal. Pat. 135861, p. 525).
73 Ibid.
9Llewellyn Frederick William Jewitt, John Charles Cox, John Romilly Allen, "The Reliquary and illustrated archaeologist" (J. R. Smith, 1868). p. 232.
Text From Source: from pedigree in Harl. MS. 2044
John Waldechef, ob. 51 Ed. III.

 

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