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John WALDESHEF's father: Robert WALDESHEF ( -1367)
John WALDESHEF's brother: Thomas WALDESHEF (1335?- )

Family of John WALDESHEF

Husband: John WALDESHEF ( -1378)
Wife: (unknown)
Children: Robert WALDESHEF ( -1421)
John WALDESHEF ( - )

Husband: John WALDESHEF

Name: John WALDESHEF 1
Sex: Male
Father: Robert WALDESHEF ( -1367)
Mother: -
Residence btw 1353 and 1378 Waldeshef Hall, Diddington, Huntingdonshire, England 2
Death 1378 3,4

Child 1: Robert WALDESHEF

Name: Robert WALDESHEF 1
Sex: Male
Residence btw 1378 and 1421 Waldeshef Hall, Diddington, Huntingdonshire, England
Death 1421 5,6

Child 2: John WALDESHEF

Name: John WALDESHEF 1
Sex: Male
Civil (1) 1349 killed John de Lovetot 7
Civil (2) 3 Apr 1361 pardoned for the death in 1349 of John de Lovetot of Southoe, Huntingdon; Westminster, London, England 8,9
Civil (3) Jun 1381 committed felonies in Huntingdonshire during the Rising in East Anglia; Ely, Cambridgeshire, England 10
Civil (4) frm 10 Oct 1383 to 17 Mar 1385 dispute with John Wawe over a 25 year old debt in France of 1,000 'motouns de Roy,' or 200l. sterling, and prisoner exchange; Westminster, London, England 11,12,13,14
Civil (5) 1 May 1385 renewed pardon for the death of John Lovetot renewed because it was sealed in 1363; Westminster, London, England 15

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). 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.
3Ibid. 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.
4Llewellyn 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.
5"A History of the County of Huntingdon, Vol. 2" (http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42498). vol. 2 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.
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. 26 Hen. IV.
[sic 30 reign of H. III was September 1399 20 March 1413; so 1413 or 1425 or what?]
7"A History of the County of Huntingdon, Vol. 2" (http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42498). Volume 2, pp. 346-354.
British History Online. Web: http://www.british-history.ac.uk.
8"Patent Roll of Edward III Volume 11 1358-1361". p. 525.
Text From Source: 1361 April 3.
Westminster.

Pardon,for good service in the war of France in the company of the prince of Wales, to William de Cokerley of the king's suit for the death of John le Page, killed before Michaelmas in the thirty-third year, whereof he is indicted or appealed, and of any consequent outlawry.
Bywrit &c.

The like to the following touching felonies perpetrated before the said feast : By p.s.
...
John Waldshef son of John Waldshef of Dodyngton, co. Huntingdon, in the company of Robert de Herle, for the death of John Lovetot of Southo.
University of Iowa Library, http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/search.html.
9"A History of the County of Huntingdon, Vol. 2" (http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42498). pp. 346-354.
Text From Source: From: 'Parishes: Southoe', A History of the County of Huntingdon: Volume 2 (1932), pp. 346-354.
URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42513

John de Lovetot died in 1349 seised of lands and rents in Southoe and Overton Watervile held of the king in chief by the service of a third of a knight's fee. (fn. 37) The messuage was ruinous and John had possibly met with a violent death, as in 1361 John, son of John Waldeshef of Diddington, for good service in the war in France in the company of Robert de Herle, received pardon for the death of John de Lovetot of Southoe killed some time before. (fn. 38)
British History Online. Web: http://www.british-history.ac.uk.
10C. H. Evelyn White, "The East Anglian" (Agas H. Goose of Norwich & Elliot Stock of London, 1895-1896). pp. 234-237.
Text From Source: Records of the Villein Insurrection in Cambridgeshire. No. VI.
Membrane 11.
Ely.
An inquisition taken on the same day says that on Monday after Corpus Christi, ...
... And that John Ferer, John Waltessheff senior and junior, William Haviton and Richard Bythewal with others, on Tuesday after C.C. proceeded into Hunts. and committed divers felonies there. ...
11"Patent Roll of Richard II Volume 2 1381-1385". p. 354.
Text From Source: 1383 Oct. 10.
Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to John Holand and John Cobham, Westminster, knights, and Masters John Blaunchard and Thomas Stowe, clerks, on complaint by John Wawe, esquire, that whereas John Waldeshef, esquire, lately sued him before the constable and marshal of England as his pledge in 1,000 'motouns de Roy,' or 200l. sterling, for the delivery from prison of Thomas Husselle, squire, in exchange for Charles de Chastelon, prisoner of John Waldeshef, although he never was his pledge as alleged, yet John Herleston, pretending to be the constable's commissary, without the assent of Cornelius de Cloyn, knight, who was supplying the place of the marshal, on his own authority, in defiance of law, delivered judgment against him.
University of Iowa Library, http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/search.html.
12Ibid. pp. 357-358.
Text From Source: 1383 Nov. 20.
Westminster.
Commission of over and terminer to Richard Lescrope and Guy de Bryan, knights, and Masters John Blaunchard and Thomas Stowe, clerks,
on complaint of John Wavve, esquire, that whereas John Waldeshef, esquire, latelysued him before the constable and marshal of England as
his pledge in 1,000 'moutouns de Roy,' or 200/. sterling, for the delivery from prison of Thomas Hussell, esquire, in exchange for Charles de Chastelon, prisoner of John Waldeshef. etc. [As before, Membrane 20d.] By K.
13Ibid. p. 425.
Text From Source: 1384 April 2.
Westminster.
Association of John de Cobeham of Kent, William de Walleworth, John Philippot and Master Thomas Baccon, archdeacon of London, in the commission lately directed to Richard Lescrope, knight, Guy de Bryan, knight, Master Thomas Stowe, clerk, and Master John Blaunchard, clerk, now deceased, to hear and determine the appeal to the king and Council of John Wawe, esquire, against the sentence given by John Harleston in a plea in the king's court before the constable 'and the marshal of England (the said John Harleston supplying, as he alleged, the place of the constable), that the said John Wawe was the debtor of John Waldeshef in 1,000 moutons de Roy, or 200/. sterling, for delivering Thomas Hlussell, esquire, from prison for Charles (Karoldo) Chastelon, the pretended prisoner of John Waldeshef; upon the absence in remote parts of certain of the said commissioners.
14Ibid. p. 595.
Text From Source: 1385 march 17.
Westminster.
Commission to William de Monte Acuto, earl of Salisbury, Thomas de Moubray, earl of Nottingham, and the king's clerks, Masters John Shepeye and John Barnet, to examine the record and process of a plea held before John de Cobeham of Kent, William de Walleworth and other commissaries specially appointed to hear the appeal of John Wawe against sentence pronounced in the king's court, before the constable and marshal of England, condemning him to pay 200/. to John Waltsheve, because 25 years ago in France he became the pledge of Thomas Hesell, deceased, in the sum of 1,000 'motouns,' value 200/., which sentence, although the said commissaries decided that he had appealed on reasonable grounds, that the cause should be forthwith before the king and them, and that the constable and marshal had no further jurisdiction, the latter have put in execution upon all the said John's goods and caused him to be put into prison; and empowering them to cause the record aforesaid to be brought before them, and if by inspection thereof they find the said John aggrieved to redress the grievance and do speedy justice therein. By p.s.
15Ibid. p. 561.
Text From Source: 1385 May 1.
Westminster.

Pardon to John Waldshef son of John Waldshef, of Dodyngton in the county of Huntingdon, for the death of John Lovetot of Southo, killed before Michaelmas, 33 Edward II.
Renewed because sealed in the year 35 Edward III,

 

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