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    A postscript further adjourns the suit to the Octaves of St. The defendants did not appear, and the Sheriff was ordered to re-summon them for the Quindene of Easter. Felicia de Barre and Robert her son sued Walter de Aust for causing waste and destruction in the houses, gardens, woods, etc., at Alrewych (Aldridge), which they had demised to him for his life. Richard de Duddelegh sued Walter le Fraunceys and Isolda his wife, and Joan and Cristiana, sisters of Isolda, for two acres in Lychefeld as his right and inheritance. Edith formerly wife of Thomas de Chaveleye sued Thomas le Wodeward of Lychefeld and Sarah his wife for a messuage in Lychefeld. The Abbot of Cumbremere sued William de Bagenholt for half the manor of Bagenholt (Bagnall), which the said William held of him by certain service, and which should revert to him by the Statute, owing to William not having performed his service for two years, and he stated that the said William held of him half the manor by homage and fealty and the service of 6. Richard did not appear, and the Sheriff was ordered to distrain and produce him at the Quindene of Michaelmas. Thomas de Bermyngham appeared against Roger Barbast and the other executors of the will of William de Beauchamp formerly Earl of Warwick, custodians, together with Guy Earl of Warwick, and Matilda Countess of Warwick, their co-executors, of a portion of the lands of William son and heir of William de Bermyngham, in a plea that they should be present in Court this day to warrant to him together with Agnes formerly wife of Roger de Somery the . Warwick, and the third of a rent of 6 marks in Morf, in co. It was perhaps the Queen’s coolness towards the pair which protected them when disaster struck her and her brother Lord Rochford: in the event they were gainers, for between 15 Mary Stafford was to inherit in succession her father’s lands, those held in jointure by Rochford’s widow and those of her grandmother the Countess of Ormond. Suits affecting Staff ordsliire tenants, taken from the Plea Rolls of the reign of Henry III., and abstracted into English. He was summoned to Parliament by writ on 6 February 1299 and had regular summonses for the rest of his life. As Archbishop, Stafford was required to deal with the Lollards but, while he upheld the Church's position, he would not allow persecution. Elder brother William, 4th Earl, died prior to his investiture as Earl. Created , as also earlier 1431 Count of Perche, Normandy (part of Henry VI's policy of conferring native fiefs on his leading supporters in English-occupied France), having apparently already been recognized as Earl of Buckingham in right of his mother, KG (1429), PC (1424); knight 1421, Lt-General of Normandy 1430-32; Seneschal of Halton 1439, Captain of Calais and Lt of the Marches 1442-51, Ambassador to France 1446, Warden of the Cinque Ports and Constable of Dover and Queensborough Castles 1450; was killed fighting on the Lancastrian side at the Battle of Northampton. He is also one of the primary suspects in the disappearance (and presumed murder) of the Princes in the Tower.Many local feudal lords were summoned to attend parliament, their attendance being considered as transforming their local title into a formal national title, although it does not appear that this was accompanied by any particular creation or investiture process.At that date he was setting out on the abortive expedition undertaken for the relief of Thouars. Albans, 1455 The Battle of Blore Heath, 1459 The Rout of Ludford, 1459 The Battle of Northampton, 1460 The Battle of Wakefield, 1460 The Battle of Mortimer's Cross, 1461 The 2nd Battle of St. Duke Somerset Margaret Beaufort Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond Jasper Tudor, Earl of Pembroke Humphrey Stafford, D. Marquis Dorset Sir Andrew Trollop Archbishop John Morton Edward Plantagenet, E. Sir Robert de Stafford [a], Lord of Stafford, b abt 1037, of Normandy, d abt 1088, prob Staffordshire, England. Child of Robert de Toeni was: Sir Nicholas de Stafford [b], Lord of Stafford, b abt 1076, of Stafford, Staffordshire, England, d abt 1138. He md Petronilla/Pernel de Ferrers abt 1214, daughter of Sir William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, and Sybil de Braose.Son of Hervey Stafford, Lord of Stafford and Millicent Bagot Husband of Edith Stafford; Auda Trumwyn; Wife of William de Stafford and Ermentruda Fitzwalkelin Father of William Stafford, Kt., of Bramshall; Sir Robert de Stafford, Kt. Originally published by Staffordshire Record Society, London, 1886. Eustace de Holeweye sued Isabella formerly wife of William de Burmingham, Thomas de Wykham, Parson of the Church of Swaleweclyne, Andrew de Evenefeld, and Brother Thomas, Master of the House of St. Lady Margaret de Audley, suo jure Baroness Audley (d. of Gilbert [de Clare], 6th Earl of Gloucester, by his second wife the Princess Joan "of Acre", 5th dau.
    • Sir John Stafford, son of William Stafford, of Bromshull, county Stafford, and a. Married 1 John De WARREN Sir Knight 1371, Poynton, Cheshire, England.
    • He was son of William de Charnels, and had a son William who died. Sir John de Berkelee, Sir John le Botiller, Sir J ame-s de Stafford of Sondon.
    • STAFFORD, Sir William by 1512-56, of Chebsey, Staffs. Rochford, Essex and. incident that, as 'excellent personnage, homme de bien et de cognoissance'.
    • Father William Gresley De STAFFORD. 1371, Summoned to Parliament as ' Sir Richard de Stafford le Piere'. Father Richard STAFFORD Sir Knight.

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    Volume 1933 of the Historical Collection for Staffordshire - The Mainwarings of Whitmore & Biddulph in the County of Stafford compiled by J. Cavanagh-Mainwaring shows that William de Stafford (1225-1258) had Gundreda by his first wife Ermentrude dau.By 1317, William occupied the post of deputy to the Royal Chief Butler and chamberlains of Hull.King Stephen created the earldoms of Arundel (Chichester or Sussex), Bedford, Derby, Essex, Hertford, Lincoln (which he created twice, firstly in favour of William de Roumare in [1141] and secondly in favour of Gilbert de Gand in [1147/48]), Pembroke, and (briefly) Yorkshire, as well as re-granting the earldom of Norfolk. as his second wife Gilbert [Talbot], 3rd Baron Talbot, and had issue by her first husband3. 1342, in Scotland 1343 and in Gascony 1344; Seneschal of Aquitaine 1344/5-45/; fought at the Battle of Crcy 1346; a Founder Knight of the Garter 1348; present at the naval battle of Winchilsea 1348 ; served in France again 1352-60 and in Ireland 1361-62bef. (2) her brother-in-law Edmund [de Stafford], 5th Earl of Stafford, and (3) William Bourchier, Count of Eu; d. From 1338 to 1340 he served with the king in Flanders. Luce), who in 1337 was sent with others on an embassy to the counts of Hainault and Gueldres, and also to the Emperor Lewis (ib. 361, 368), and had a share in the victory of Cadsant (ib. 408), and was in 1339 in the king's army at Vironfosse (ib. 1340, and was sent by the king to Canterbury with a summons to John de Stratford [q. After the king's arrival Stafford took part in the siege of Vannes, and, advancing too eagerly to meet a sally, was taken prisoner, and many of his followers were also taken or slain (, iii. He was exchanged for Olivier de Clisson, and was one of the English lords who in January 1343 assisted at the arrangement of the truce at Malestroit.In reprisal the Staffords burned Stanton Harcourt, house and church."William de Miggeley was made a knight of the Shire* [of York] by Edward III... Shelf was so named from the shelving situation in which it lay within the landscape and there is no difficulty locating Shelf which is five kilometres N. The likely manor mentioned above was that of New Hall, Midgley on the S. side of Wakefield and Stanley [formerly Midgley Hall] Hall N. The term "New" indicates a rebuilding at some stage.501, Stafford, Barons Stafford, of Suthwyk, Earl of Devon]. Humphrey's father was executed at Tyburn as a traitor after the Battle of Bosworth field.BE1883 (Stafford) reports that Hervey, "a Staffordshire gentleman of ancient family", had to sell the lordship of Drayton in order to raise the funds necessary to obtain livery of his wife's inheritance.His son, Robert de Bellme Comte d'Alenon and Earl of Shrewsbury lost his English honours and estates after his attainder in 1102.

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    (1299–1372), elder son of Edmund, lord de Stafford (d. 1327, he served in that and the following year against the Scots. In April he was about to go beyond sea on the king's business (ib. 297), and in the summer took part in the expedition of Edward de Baliol [q.From the Calendar of Patent Rolls : 11th August 1337 at the Parliament held at the Tower of London - 'Grant for life, in recompence of his long service in the Chancery, to Benedict de Normanton, king's clerk, of the lands in Frisleye and Shelf, co. If this is the case then William would have been about the fourth generation from the original Norman migrant.At the time Nicholas Baggett III made his will in 1761, the family reverted to the original spelling the name Baggot. Browning, Charles H., Americans of Royal Descent (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), 163. If you wish to find the parents of a person, trace it upwards to the next lowest number. and Gundreda de Stafford, Baroness Stafford of Anslow Brother of Sir Hervey de Stafford I have set out below some notes on Sir William de Stafford of Sandon and Bramshall and of Amblecot (c.The earl's brother Sir Richard married Matilda, widow of Richard de Vernon, and daughter and coheiress of William de Camville, baron Camville of Clifton, Staffordshire, and, receiving that lordship by his marriage, was styled Sir Richard Stafford of Clifton, and in 1362 is described as baron (Fœdera, iii. 1372, his elder brother (see above) having died previously, succeeded as second Earl of Stafford. In 1375 he took part in the campaign of the Duke of Brittany and the Earl of Cambridge in Brittany, and towards the close of the year was made a knight of the Garter. v.]; Catherine, wife of Michael de la Pole, third earl of Suffolk, and Joan, married after her father's death to Thomas Holland, duke of Surrey [q.

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