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Family of William WALDESHEF
|Husband:||William WALDESHEF ( - )|
|Children:||John WALDESHEF ( - )|
|William WALDESHEF ( - )|
Husband: William WALDESHEF
|Name:||William WALDESHEF 1|
|Father:||Thomas WALDESHEF (1335?- )|
Child 1: John WALDESHEF
|Name:||John WALDESHEF 1|
|Civil||bef 9 Dec 1453||Rectors of the Parish Church of St Mary, Radnage, Buckinghamshire 2|
Child 2: William WALDESHEF
|Caution||The documentation of this person does not include evidence of parentage.|
|Civil||1 May 1434||took oath in Huntingdonshire not to maintain peace breakers 3|
|1||"File (merged): C:\Users\Doug\Documents\Family\trees\Waldeshelf of Huntingdonshire.GED". Record originated in...|
|2||George Lipscomb, "The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham"
(1847). vol. 3, p. 623.
Text From Source: Rectors.
Richard Poleworth, pres. in 1231, by the Knights Templars.
Richard de Fulham, presented in 1269, by the Prior of St. John of Jerusalem.
Richard While, presented 26 April 14-34.
John Waldeschief resigned in 1453.
Robert Strete, presented 9 Dee. 1453.
William Grate, presented 3 Jan. 1558. He was the last Rector instituted on the presentation of the Prior of St. John of Jerusalem.
|3||"Patent Roll of Henry VI Volume 2 1429-1436". p. 375.
Text From Source: 1434 May 1.
Commission, pursuant to Act of the last Parliament [Rolls of Parliament, Vol. IV. pp. 455-457] toW. bishop of Lincoln and William la Souche of Haryngworth, 'chivaler,' and Thomas Grenham and William Beaufo, knights of the shire for the county of Rutland in the last Parliament, to issue their warrant to the sheriff for proclamation in the next court of the county that the following whose names have been certified into chancery by the said knights of the shire as those of persons who should take the oath not to maintain peace breakers referred to in the said Act [see Rolls of parliament Vol. IV, p. 422] should appear before the said commissioners, or three or two of them, and take the said oath, viz. -
The like for the following counties and persons: -
W. bishop of Lincoln and John de Tiptoft, 'chivaler,' also Roger Hunte and William Wanton, knights of the shire for the county of Huntingdon, commissioners to receive the oath of the following: -
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