Walter de Walcott
(Abt 1180-)
Thomas de Walcott
(Abt 1200-Abt 1260)
Sir Walter de Walcott
(Abt 1235-After 1306)


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1. Lucy

Sir Walter de Walcott 1

  • Born: Abt 1235 1
  • Marriage (1): Lucy 1
  • Died: After 1306 1

  General Notes:

Sir Walter de Walcote, c.1235-c.1310. In 1286 Sir Walter de Walcote held land in Hempstead. William de Kerdeston deeded to Walter, son of Thomas de Walcote land at Ryston in 1286. Sir Walter de Walcote held West Hall in Walcott, land in North Burlingham, and part of Hempstead in 1286-1306, and was patron of Wallington in 1302; m. Lucy ____. 1


Manorial Estate, 1286, Walcote Hall, North Burlingham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR13, GB. 2 In the 10th of Richard I. Thomas de Walcot was living, and had an interest here; and in the 41st of Henry III. the advowson of the church of North Burlingham, St. Andrew, was granted to Oliva de Boyton, by Thomas de Walcote; Walter de Walcote claimed in the 14th of Edward I. view of frank pledge, the assise, &c. and Alexander de Walcot was lord in the 9th of Edward II. and 15th of Edward III.

John Browning of North Birlingham confirmed, in the 29th of Edward III. to Robert de Yelverton this manor with its appertenances in South Walsham, Fishley, Upton, &c. with courts, view of frank pledge...

Walter married Lucy.1


1 John B. Wolcott database, <i>Wolcott Family Society</i>( : accessed 27 Dec 2019), WALCOTES OF NORFOLK.

2 Francis Blomefield, <i>An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk</i>, Vol. 7 pp 222-226.

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