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Richard de Clare 5th Earl of Hertford, 6th Earl of Gloucester
(1222-1262)
Matilda de Lacy
(Between 1221/1225-Between 1287/1289)
Maurice FitzMaurice Lord of Offaly
(-Bef 1286)
Matilda de Prendergast
(1242-Bef 1273)
Thomas de Clare Lord of Thomond, Governor of London
(Abt 1246-1287)
Juliane FitzMaurice
(-Bef 1300)
Margaret de Clare
(Abt 1282-1333)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Gilbert de Umfraville
2. Bartholomew de Badlesmere 1st Baron de Badlesmere

Margaret de Clare 2 3

  • Born: Abt 1282
  • Marriage (1): Gilbert de Umfraville in 1289 1
  • Marriage (2): Bartholomew de Badlesmere 1st Baron de Badlesmere before 16 Jul 1306
  • Died: 1333 aged about 51 3 4

  General Notes:

MARGARET de Clare (-late 1333). The primary source which confirms her parentage and two marriages has not yet been identified.

m firstly (1289) GILBERT de Umfraville, son of GILBERT de Umfraville Earl of Angus & his wife Elizabeth Comyn of Buchan (-before 23 May 1303).

m secondly (before 30 Jun 1308) BARTHOLOMEW de Badlesmere of Badlesmere and Chilham Castle, Kent, son of GUNCELIN Badlesmere & his wife Joan FitzBernard of Kingsdown, Kent (-1322).

[FMG/Medieval Lands]

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Magaret de Clare, d. 1333; m. (2) Bartholomew de Badlesmere, age 26 in 1301, hanged 14 Apr 1322.

[Magna Charta Sureties]

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He [Gilbert de Umfreville] m. Margaret, 1st daughter of Sir Thomas de Clare, Lord of Thomond in Connaught, by Julian, 2nd daughter and eventually sole heir of Maurice fitz Maurice, Lord Justice of Ireland. He dvp & sp. before 23 May 1301. His widow m. before 30 Jun 1308, Sir Bartholomew Badlesmere (Lord Badlesmere), who d. 14 Apr 1322. She d. late in 1333.

[Complete Peerage I:148-9, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

  Events

Inquisition: Post mortem, 10 Apr 1321. 5 275. THOMAS SON OF RICHARD DE CLARE.

Writ, 10 April, 14 Edward II.

ESSEX. Inq. made at Maldon on Saturday the eve of Holy Trinity, 14 Edward II. The bailiwick of the stewardship of the forest of Essex, held of the king in chief by service of keeping the said bailiwick. Margaret the wife of Sir Bartholomew de Badelesmere, and Maud the wife of Sir Robert de Welle, aunts of the said Thomas and sisters of the said Richard, are his next heirs and aged 30 and more.

Writ, 10 April, 14 Edward II.

DORSET. Inq. taken at Blaneford on Wednesday the feast of St. Mary Magdalen, 15 Edward II, commencing. He held nothing in the county on the day he died. Writ to the escheator in Ireland, 10 April, 14 Edward II.

Writ of certiorari de feodis, &c., to the same escheator, 11 April, 14 Edward II.

Writ of certiorari to the same escheator concerning lands held in dower or for life of the same inheritance, 11 April, 14 Edward II.

IRELAND. Extent. Thursday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 14 Edward II.

Liberty of the city of Lymer(ick);-
Le Roue. Four and a half carucates of land.
Balygarriagh. Two carucates of land.
Le Fabagh. Half a carucate of land.
All held as citizen and burgess of Limerick of the king by a rent of 10 1/2 marks yearly to be paid to the mayor of Limerick in exoneration of the rent of the city to the king, and they lie wasted by war. And because the citizens have never been accustomed to append their seals to any inquisitions or other deeds before any of the king's ministers, the seals of the mayor and provostry are appended.
Heirs as above, of full age.

IRELAND. Inq. Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 14 Edward II.

Moitanenagh. The manor (extent given), including 40a. in the field called Balyregan, 40a. in Shenray, and 40a. in Gortseneschal, held of Maurice son of Thomas by service of doing suit at his court of Ardagh every fortnight.
Coulirthir. 60a. arable in demesne, a third part of a mill, and 40a. land in the hands of serfs (betagiorum), are held in dower by Joan late the wife of Richard de Clare.
There are no knights' fees.
Heirs as above, of full age.

IRELAND. Extent, Wednesday after Whitsunday, 14 Edward II. Kinsale. Two parts of the borough (extent given), held of the king in chief without service; and the burgesses hold two townships of the land of Baliryn and Balycas of the said Thomas by service of 2 marks yearly, who paid the same to Maurice son of Thomas, lord of Dungarvan, and did suit at the court of Dungarvan for the said townships, whereof Joan, late the wife of Richard de Clare, is not yet dowered; and rents, a ferry, &c. (extent given), which Emeline late the wife of Maurice son of Maurice holds in dower. Heirs as above, of full age.

IRELAND. Inq. Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 14 Edward II.

Corkemoid [alias Corkemoyth]. The castle and 2a. land near by, whereof Isabel, late the wife of Gilbert de Clare, is dowered, held of the king in chief without service; the hall, the lord's chamber and the chapel are badly roofed, nor are there doors or locks, but the castle is strong, and the place pleasant; and there are at Diralyn 60a. arable, whereof the said Isabel has 20a. in dower, and Joan, late the wife of Richard de Clare, 13 1/3a.

Extent of lands, &c., which Emeline, late the wife of Maurice son of Maurice, holds in dower, viz.'9725a. arable, 3a. meadow, and 4l. 2s. rents of burgesses; also a carucate of the land of Clonard, a third part of the land of Gortnetiberit, 1/3 carucate of land in Gragenekeryl, 17s. 9 1/4d. from the land of Gortroth, 4l. from lands in the hands of Irishmen, and other rents from free tenants (specified), &c.

IRELAND. Inq. taken at Bonrat on Tuesday the feast of St. Augustine the Apostle of the English, 14 Edward II. (defaced.)

Thomond. The whole of Totomonia (extent given), including the liberty, county, castle (described), and town, all held freely (in libertate) of the king in chief by knight's service.
Conyhi. The castle was thrown down during the life of the said heir and could not be rebuilt without great cost.
Bonrat and Conyhi [alias Conyghi]. The churches with their chapels, worth nothing in these times.
The said Isabel and Joan are not yet dowered there.
No knight's fees or services of free tenants are known.
Heir as above, of full age.

IRELAND. Inq. taken at Newcastle in Oconyl on Saturday after St. Dunstan, 14 Edward II. [Kerry,]

Osurres. The cantred held for hfe, of the inheritance of the said Thomas, by Emeline Lungespeie, who was enfeoffed thereof with Maurice son of Maurice sometime her husband by Christiana de Marisco. of the king in chief without any service. The capital messuage is in Dengenyhonysh unbuilt, and the demesne lands uncultivated on account of the war; they were sometime extended for 2 carucates of arable land, but the whole cantred is now worth but 9l. yearly, and is wholly in the hands of free tenants, many of whom have withdrawn on account of the war.
Pleas and perquisites of the court of free tenants and of the hundred of Dengen, worth 10s. yearly.
Heirs as above, of full age.

IRELAND. Inq. Saturday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 14 Edward II.

Ardraghin in Connaught. The castle, manor and town (full extent given with names of tenants), including a township in Craghiniol (?), held of Sir Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, by service of 20 marks rent yearly, and suit at his court.
Fees:-
(Unspecified.) Four townships held by Thomas Joye rendering 10s. when royal service is proclaimed; 2 1/2 townships held by Norman son of William, rendering 5s.; 1 1/2 township held by William Haket, rendering 2s.; 2 1/3 townships held by Gilbert le Waleis, rendering 5s.; and a township held by Geoffrey Purcel, rendering 4s.
The said Isabel is dowered of the said manor and fees, but the said Joan is not yet dowered.
Ardraghin. The presentation to the church.
Heirs as above, of full age.
Borough of Rotheba. A messuage, garden, and a moiety of a weir and shambles (?) (scamellarum), held by the above service.
Rothba. A third part of the cantred is held in dower by the said Emeline Lungespeye with reversion to the said heirs.
Tyrconyl. A cantred held by the said Thomas, from which he received nothing because it lies waste.
Le Slygagh [alias Sligare]. A moiety of half the cantred with the borough, held by the same service.

IRELAND. Inq. Friday before Whitsunday, 14 Edward II. (defaced.)

Inchecoyn. The manor and the town of Yoghel [alias Yoghil] (full extent given with names of tenants), including a capital messuage called the castle, and lands in Garranglas and 'le Hagard,' Rodmolkeran, Polgorm, Clonpris, 'le Cam,' Rathsmyl and Belaghnedaragh, Clontyns, Cnokmonelegh, Balykinath, Brende, a wood called 'le Park,' pasture in Curragh, Saltmeadow, 'le Cam,' and 'le Clontyns,' and an island in the sea called 'le Balledeilond,' held of the heirs of John son of Stephen, by service of 100s. whenever royal service is proclaimed.

Extent of lands, &c., in the above manor and town, which Joan, late the wife of Richard de Clare holds in dower, including lands near Loghmeginnyle, and in Lismolbigan, Balikilt, Drummasalagh, Balilin, and 'le Faigh,' the wood of Fithomonewhen with a moor, pasture in Saltmeadow, and lands in 'le Yoghel,' and in 'le Rath.' Extent of lands, &c., in the above manor and town, which Isabel, late the wife of Gilbert de Clare, holds in dower, including a grange, and lands in Blakemor, Gorthre, Gortloghran, Lisglas, Rathnegonyl (?), Clasganif, 'le Rothan,' Clontyns, Balikylt, 'le Kappagh,' Balymackelan, Brende, Conlenydor, and Clonirth, the woods of Clonkyn and Tibersloyn, pasture in 'le Clontyns,' and lands in Innesmor, 'le Yoghel,' &c.

Extent of lands, &c., in the above manor and town, which Emeline late the wife of Maurice son of Maurice, holds in dower, including a capital messuage, and lands, &c., in Gortcorkeran, Balimacconewill Kilbreg, Balymolcaysh, Bali , Gurtyns, Drumsalagh, Coulskibol, Moilar, Moinlouth (?), 'le Curragh,' and Saltmeadow, and in 'le Yoghel,' and 11s. from a ferry, &c.

Extent of [knights'] fees:-
Blentyrlethan. 1 fee held by Richard de Caunteton, and he does suit.
Le Ninch (?). 3 fees held by John son of John le Poer, and he does suit. Fees assigned to the above said Joan:-
Oferwes. 1 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Stephen de Exonia, and he does suit.
Fees assigned to the abovesaid Isabel:-
Roskelan. 3 fees held by the heirs of Gilbert le Waleis of Roskelan.
Le Glennans. 1/2 fee held by Richard Cantok'.
Fees assigned to the abovesaid Emeline:-
Oferwes. 1 1/2 fee held by Thomas de Dene, and he does suit.
Tolaghkerduf. 1 fee held by Andrew le Ercedekne, and he does suit.
Inchecoyn. The bailiwick of the serjeanty of the manor held in fee by William de Cantilupo.
Le Yoghel. The patronage of the church and chapel, whereof the said Emeline is dowered, and last presented to the rectory.
Heirs as above, of full age.

IRELAND. Inq. Monday before the Ascension, 14 Edward II.

Inysskesty [alias Inskisty]. The barony, castle (described), and manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including lands in a field called Ratholly and at Kilreynagh, held of the king in chief by service of 40s. whenever royal service is proclaimed. The abbot of Keynesham has the rectory to his own use; and the presentation to the vicarage, viz.'97to a third part, pertains to the king in the time of wardship.

Extent of dower assigned to the abovesaid Isabel, including lands in Rathtilti, Rathkit, Attewhitecather and Knocanloghmyne, and rents, &c. Extent of dower assigned to the abovesaid Joan, including lands in Lisnelien and Kilreynagh, a third part of a fishery and of the gift of the Irish at Christmas, and rents, &c.

Extent of [knights'] fees:-

Rathgel [alias Raghel]. 1 fee and three parts of a fee, held by John Mautravers.
Corkemoyt [alias Corkemeith]. 1 fee held by Robert Purcel.
Gortcolgin [alias Grotcolgyn]. 1 fee held by Thomas son and heir of Robert de Lesse.
Oferwes. 1 fee held by James Keting.
Mathereyn. 1/2 fee held by William Coterel.
Robertescastel. 1/4 fee held by Nesta de Dundonenild.
Gortshean [alias Grothean]. 1/8 fee held by Richard de Angl[ia]. Assignment of fees to the abovesaid Joan:'97
Crogh. 1 fee held by Thomas Purcel.
Brounry. 1/6 fee held by Patrick de Lesse.
Shandire. 1/20 fee held by James Crumpe.
All doing suit at court.
No fees are assigned to the abovesaid Isabel.
Heirs as above, of full age.

IRELAND. Inq. Monday before St. Dunstan, 14 Edward II.

Any. The manor and honour held of the king in chief by barony and service of 40s. whenever royal service shall be proclaimed (extent given with names of tenants), including a capital messuage, and lands in 'le Horiforth' as far as 'le Langemere,' 'le Half soleghlond,' Lislannan, 'le Molans' by St. Gabaun, Lower Clon, Rathtayn, 'le Molans' by Rathtayn, ate Hillesende, the Island, and 'le Brodefeld,' a moor called Muchelemore, another moor by Micheleston, pasture of the hill of Any, and rents in Brouneston, &c. Extent of lands, &c., which the abovesaid Isabel holds in dower in the said manor, including lands in Lislennan, Cnokanlour, 'le Drummen' by Corbaly, 'le Brodefeld,' Underthehull, 'le Clon' and Bithestonicauce, and pasture in 'le Michelemor' and on the hill of Any, rents, &c.

Extent of lands, &c. which the abovesaid Joan holds in dower, including lands, &c. in Newecroshull, 'le Oldhagard,' Lislennan, 'le Half-soleghlond' and Michelesmor, rents, &c.

Extent of knights' fees:-
Long. 1 fee held by William de Bonevill, doing suit at the court of Any every fortnight.
Dunmoun [alias Dounmoun]. 1 fee held by Thomas de Multon, doing suit as above.
Catherhusshok [alias Cathussok]. 1/4 fee held by Philip le Joene; and 1/4 fee held by Richard son of John; doing suit as above.
Fees assigned in dower to the abovesaid Isabel:-
Kilfrush. 1 fee held by John de Carrew, knight, doing suit as above.
Cathercorny [alias Cathercoeny]. 1/2 (?) fee held by the said Isabel by reason of the minority of William son and heir of Richard Raley, doing suit as above.
Fees assigned in dower to the abovesaid Joan:-
Kilcallon. 1 fee held by Adam de Goules, doing suit as above.
Richardmoreston. 1 fee held by William de Bonevill, doing suit as above.
Any. The lake and island are held for life by John de Rossathy by the enfeoffment of Sir Richard de Clare.
Heirs as above of full age.

Extent of one part of the above lands, knights' fees, &c., in Ireland, viz.- the pourparty to remain in the king's hand, chosen by lot.

Extent of one part of the above lands, knights' fees, &c., in Ireland, viz.- the pourparty of Robert de Welle and Maud his wife, one of the heirs of the said inheritance, chosen by lot.
C. Edw. II. File 67. (2.)

Inquisition: Writ of certiorari, 26 Mar 1327. 6 104. BARTHOLOMEW DE BADELESMERE.

Petition of Margaret, late the wife of Sir Bartholomew de Badelesmere, to the king and council, that she may, by the goodwill of the king and queen, enter upon and enjoy her castle of Ledes, as her rightful acquisition with her lord, in exchange for the manor of Adderle; and, if it please not the king and queen that she should have the castle of Ledes, that they give order that she may have again the said manor of Adderle, with the advowson of the church thereto belonging. (French, undated.)

Endorsed:- "It seems to the council that she ought to have the one or the other; and, because the castle of Ledes is in the hand of the queen, she must be consulted (il fait a parler a la Roigne). Later, on the 27th day of February, Sir William de Clynton announced that the will of the queen is that the said Margaret should have the manor of Adderle; and, to that end, let this petition be delivered into the chancery, and let her have her charter." (French.)

Writ of certiorari, on the petition of the said Margaret, to enquire whether she was jointly enfeoffed with her said husband of the manor of Addredele, or not, 26 March, 1 Edw. III.

SALOP. Inq. 18 April, 1 Edward III.

Aderdeleye. Margaret, late the wife of Bartholomew de Badlesmere, deceased, was enfeoffed jointly with her said husband and his heirs of the said manor and the advowson of the church there, by William de Monteforti, knight, in 5 Edward II.; and they continued their seisin for three years, until the said Bartholomew gave the manor and advowson to King Edward II., in exchange for the castle of Ledes, co. Kent. The aforesaid manor is held of the king in chief, by service of half a knight's fee.

Writ, 20 December, 1 Edward III.

KENT. Inq. made at Canterbury, 14 February, 1 (sic) Edward III.

La Wodegate in Scheldwych. A messuage, 250a. land, and 10a. wood, held of the abbot of Faversham by service of 10s. yearly rent.

Rode in Sellynge. A messuage and 90a. land, held of the abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, by service of 4s. 4d. yearly rent.

No heir specified.

KENT. Inq. made at Middelton, 16 January, 1 Edward III.

Ledes. The castle and manor, held of the king as of the honour of Crevquer, by service of a knight's fee.

Bokynggefolde. The manor, held by the king's grant, of the king as of the honour aforesaid, by service of a knight's fee.

Giles his son, aged 14 years and more, is his next heir.

KENT. Inq. taken at Erhyde, 19 January, 1 Edward III.

Lesnes. The manor held, jointly with Margaret his wife and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, of the king in chief, by service of a knight's fee.

Westgrenewich, Retherhide, and Camerwell. A messuage, land, and rent (extent given), held, jointly as above, of the heirs of Geoffrey de Say, by service of 10s. yearly at the manor of Westgrenewich.

Heir as above.

KENT. Inq. made at Middletone, 16 January, 1 Edward III. Tonge. The manor with the advowson of the church, held of the heirs of John de St. John, by service of a knight's fee, and rendering 20s. every twenty-four weeks for the ward of the castle of Dover; and 67a. land held of the queen of England, by service of rendering 13s. 4d. yearly at Michaelmas at the said queen's court of Milton. Heir as above.

KENT. Inq. made at Canterbury, 15 January, 1 Edward III.

Badelesmere. The manor with the advowson of the church, held of King Edward II., in chief, by service of rendering every twenty-four weeks yearly 6s. 8d. for the ward of the castle of Dover; many parcels of land, which were formerly extended as parcels of the said manor in the time of the said king, are in the hand of Margaret, late the wife of the said Bartholomew, because she was enfeoffed jointly with him in the same; and 40a. land called 'Coteslonde,' were held by the said Bartholomew of the king in chief, by service of rendering every twenty weeks yearly 2s. 4d. for the ward of the castle of Dover.

Sheldwyche. A messuage, 3a. land, 2a. wood and 4s. rent, held of the abbot of Fevresham, by service of 30s. yearly.

Le Bleen. A messuage, land and rent, held of the queen of England, by service of 13s. 4d. yearly at her manor of Osprynge, and further, by rendering to the heirs of Richard de Rokesle, lord of Westwode, 2s., 11 hens and a cock yearly, at Christmas, at his said manor of Westwode, and by rendering to Margaret de Badelesmere 18 3/4d., 2 hens and a moiety of a hen, yearly at Christmas, at the manor of Whitstaple, and to Robert de Bleen 6d. yearly.

Sheldwyche and Sellyngge or Shellynge, viz.- in a field called Malemeynesfelde. A toft, 150a. land and a wind-mill, held jointly with Margaret his wife and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, of the abbot of Fevresham, by service of 20s. yearly at the said abbot's manor of Fevresham, and also of rendering to the heirs of Richard de Rokesle 10s. yearly; and 10a. land and 5s. yearly rent held jointly as above of the abbot of Fevresham, by service of 6d. yearly to the aforesaid abbot and convent.

Badelesmere. 2a. land and a rood of wood in the park there, held jointly as above of the king in chief, as of the castle of Dover, by service of 1/4d. yearly, to be paid at the said castle at Michaelmas.

Trulegh, Osprynge, and Westwelle. A messuage, 150a. land, 18a. wood, 40s. rent, and also a rent of 6qr. barley, 36 hens, and 120 eggs, held jointly as above of the Roman Church, by service of 18d. Rome-scot yearly.

Cheleham. Land (extent given), and two water-mills called Abbodesmulle, held jointly with Margaret his wife, by divers purchases from several persons, of the king in chief, by rendering 6d. yearly at Michaelmas at the castle of Dover.

Chilham, Whitstapel, Kyngestone, and Hathfelde. The castle and manors and 70s. of yearly rent in Dover, held, by the grant of King Edward II., jointly with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew. The said castle and manor of Chilham, Whitstaple, Kyngeston, and Rydelyngwelde, are held of the king in chief, by service of rendering at the castle of Dover:- for the castle and manors of Chilham, Whitstaple, and Rydelyngewelde, and for the rent aforesaid, every twenty-four weeks yearly, 10s.; and, for the manor of Kyngestone, every twenty weeks, 5s. The manor of Hathfelde is held of the Archbishop of Canterbury by serjeanty, viz.'97by service of attending upon him with water to wash his hands, on the day of his enthronement at Canterbury; and he shall have the ewer and basin, and shall also be the chamberlain of the aforesaid Archbishop for the night, and shall have the Archbishop's couch for his fee.

Chetham. A messuage and a carucate of land called 'Snodhurst,' held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Kreuker, by service of a fourth part of a knight's fee.

Heir as above.

HERTFORD. Inq. 19 February, 2 Edward III.

Boclonde [or Buklond]. The manor, held of the honour of the castle of Tonge, by service of half a knight's fee.

Mardeleye. The manor, held, jointly with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew; whereof 20a. held of the abbot of Reddyngges, by service of 2s. yearly, 20a. of Henry Melksop, by service of 5s. yearly, and the residue of John Poleyng, by service of 20s. yearly.

Plesiz. The manor, held, jointly with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, of Elizabeth de Burgo, as of the manor of Stondon, by service of half a knight's fee, and rendering yearly 20s. 6d. at the manor of Stondon.

Heir as above.

SUFFOLK. Inq. 11 February, 2 Edward III.

Barewe. The manor with the advowson of the church, held, jointly with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, of the earl of Norfolk, by service of two knights' fees.

Brendebradefeld. The manor, similarly held jointly with the said Margaret; whereof 40a. held of John de Whelnetham, by service of 3s. 4 1/2d. and 1lb. of cummin yearly, and the residue of the abbot of St. Edmunds, by service of rendering 18d. at the end of every twenty weeks.

Heir as above.

ESSEX. Inq. 13 February, 2 Edward III.

Little Stanbrigge. The manor with the advowson of the church, held, jointly with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew; whereof the capital messuage with a curtilage and garden, 280a. arable, 4a. pasture, 6a. wood, and the advowson of the church, held of the earl of Ulster, as of the manor of North Fanbrigge, by service of 1d. yearly, which is called 'Warde pany'; 140a. arable, 9a. meadow, and 6a. pasture, held of Robert son of Walter de Wodeham, by service of a third part of a knight's fee, and paying 12d. hidage yearly at the hundred of Rocheford; 120a. pasture and marsh held of the heir of John Coleman, by service of 53s. 4d. yearly; and 10a. wood held of John Doget, by service of 2s. 9d. yearly.

Chyngford. The manor with the advowson of the church, held, jointly as above, of the king in chief in socage, by service of 1d. yearly.

Thaxstede. The manor, held, jointly with Margaret his wife, for the life of either, of the king in chief, service unknown.

Lacheleye. The manor with the advowson of the chapel, held to him and his heirs; whereof 40a. land held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Boulogne, by service of 10s. yearly; and the capital messuage, with curtilage and garden, 380a. arable, 18a. meadow, 24a. pasture, and 10a. wood, held of Elizabeth de Burgo, lady of Clare, in socage, by service of 1d. yearly.

Stebbynge. 100a. land, held of Henry de Ferers, by service of 8s. and 1lb. of pepper yearly, payable at the said Henry's manor of Stebbynge; and 8a. land held of Nicholas son of John, by service of 12d. yearly.

Berdefeld. 18a. land in, held of Elizabeth de Burgo, by service of 18d. yearly.

Dunmawe and Lyndesele. 20a. land and 20a. wood, held of Jacomina de Merk, by service of 2s. 6d. and a pair of gilt spurs, payable yearly at her manor of Lyndesele.

Heir as above.

SALOP. Inq. 14 July, 2 Edward III. Ideshale. The manor, held of the late King Edward II. by the gift and enfeoffment of William de Monte Forti, knight, by service of a knight's fee. Heir as above, aged 15 years at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last.

BUCKS. Inq. 16 August, 2 Edward III.

Hameldene. The manor held, jointly with Margaret his wife, of the king in chief, by the enfeoffment of Gilbert de Clare, late earl of Gloucester, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, by service of a knight's fee.

Thurefeld. 80a. land and 30a. wood held, jointly with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, of Eustace de Morteyn, by service of suit at the said Eustace's court of Thurefelde every three weeks.

Heir as above, aged 15 years and more.

BEDFORD. Inq. 12 August, 2 Edward III. Sonyngdon. The manor held, jointly with Margaret his wife, of the Earl Marshal, by the enfeoffment of Gilbert de Clare, late earl of Gloucester, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, by service of a pair of gilt spurs yearly. The said Bartholomew had no knights' fees or advowsons of churches pertaining to the said manor. Heir as above.

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 22 December, 1 Edward III.

KENT. Inq. 16 January, 1 Edward III. (defective.)

Knights' fees, held of the said Bartholomew, as of the manor of Badlesmere:-

Riple. A knight's fee, held by Juliana de Leyburne.

Herteye. Two parts of half a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Richard de Rokesle.

Horton and Beauwesfelde. Half a knight's fee, held by the heirs of John de Northwode.

Lamberdenn [or Lamberdonn]. A third part of a quarter of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Bertram de Wylmynton.

Elvynton. A quarter of a knight's fee, held by Eudo de Shillynghelde.

Knights' fees, held of the said Bartholomew and Margaret his wife and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, as of the manor of Chilham:-

Chilham. A knight's fee, held by Thomas de Enesynge; a thirtieth part of a knight's fee, held by John le Somenor and his parceners; a knight's fee, held by John de Esture; a knight's fee, held by Maud de Hurst; and half a knight's fee, held by Eudo de Shillyngehelde.

Wytherlinge. A knight's fee, held by Thomas Dod and his parceners.

Eslynge. A knight's fee, held by Geoffrey Dyve; a knight's fee and a half held by the heirs of Juliana de Leybourne; and a knight's fee, held by Laurence de Huntyngfeld.

Ludenham. A knight's fee, held by the heirs of Hamo de Beracre.

Knights' fees, held of the said Bartholomew and Margaret his wife and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, as of the manor of Kyngeston:-

Maytone. A quarter of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Stephen Manekyn.

Tapynton. Half a knight's fee, held by Henry de Tapynton.

Hugham. Half a knight's fee, held by Richard de Say; and a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Robert de Hugham.

Hurst. A quarter of a knight's fee, held by John de Hurst.

Wodlynge. A quarter of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Henry de Sandwico.

Knights' fees, held of the said Bartholomew, as of the manor of Tonge:-

Stonpete. A quarter of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Alexander de Scovynton.

Bykenor. Half a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Juliana de Leyburn.

Hamme. Half a knight's fee, held by Richard Fiz Bernard.

Boclonde. Half a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Henry de Boclonde [or de Buklond].

Bykenor. Half a knight's fee, held by the heirs of John de Bykenor.

Bade [lesmere], Tonge, and Old Romenal. The advowsons of these churches belonged to the said Bartholomew and his heirs.

, ., Rydelyngwelde, Hathfelde, and Charletone in Dover. The advowsons of these churches and of the chapel of . were held jointly by the said Bartholomew and Margaret to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew.

HERTFORD. Inq. 19 February, 2 Edward III. North Mimmes. The advowson of the church, held jointly with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew. He had no knights' fees in the county on the day he died.

ESSEX. Inq. 13 February, 2 Edward III.

Little Stanbrigge. The advowson of the church, held, jointly with Margaret his wife, of the earl of Ulster, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew.

Chyngeford. The advowson of the church, held jointly with Margaret his wife, of the king in chief in socage, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew.

Lacheleye. The advowson of the chapel, held by the said Bartholomew of Elizabeth de Burgo, lady of Clare, to him and his heirs.

He had no knights' fees pertaining to his manors of Little Stanbrigge, Chyngeford, and Lacheleye, on the day he died.

SUFFOLK. Inq. 11 February, 2 Edward III.

Folbourne. Half a knight's fee, held by John de Shardelowe, of the said Sir Bartholomew and Margaret and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, as of his manor of Barrewe.

Barewe. The advowson of the church pertained to the said Bartholomew and Margaret his wife and the heirs of the said Bartholomew.

SALOP. Inq. 14 July, 2 Edward III.

Hemme and Hinynton. The hamlets held by Roger Corbet of Cauus and Amice his wife, of the dower of the said Amice, of the inheritance of Robert Corbet of Morton, of Bartholomew de Badlesmere and Margaret his wife, by service of half a knight's fee.

Grenhul. The hamlet held by Richard de Grenhul of the said Bartholomew and Margaret, by service of half a knight's fee.

Le Wodehouus. A messuage and a virgate of land, held by Ralph le Bret of the said Bartholomew and Margaret, by service of a fiftieth part of a knight's fee.

Ideshale. The advowson of the church held by the said Bartholomew.

Writ of amotus, 22 October, 2 Edward III.

WILTS. Inq. 26 December, 2 Edward III.

Castelcombe. The manor (extent given), including an enclosed park, held of King Edward II. in chief, by service of a knight's fee.

Heghtredbury. A messuage, a carucate of land, and 20s. 6d. rent, held of the heirs of the earl of Gloucester, by service of half a knight's fee.

Cnouk and Orcheston. Two messuages, a carucate of land, and 20s. 2d. rent in Cnouk, and certain tenements in Orcheston, held of the heirs of the earl of Gloucester, by service of a quarter of a knight's fee.

Hurdecote. A messuage, a carucate of land, and 6s. rent, held of King Edward II. in chief, by service of a quarter of a knight's fee.

Heir as above, aged 14 years.

SUSSEX. Inq. 27 December, 2 Edward III. Draiton. The reversion of the manor after the death of John Lestrange; which manor is held of the heirs of Roger de Someri, by service of half a knight's fee. Heir as above, aged 16 years.

SUSSEX. Inq. 23 December, 2 Edward III.

Estbourne. The manor, held, jointly with Margaret his wife and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, of King Edward II., by service of half a knight's fee; and a tenement, sometime of Henry de Lamport, held, jointly with Margaret his wife and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, of the abbot of Begeham, by service of 14s. 2d., payable yearly at the said abbot's manor of Friston.

Westdene. The reversion of the manor after the death of Sir Andrew de Medstede, held, jointly with Margaret his wife and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, of the heirs of Philip de Nevile, by service of a knight's fee.

Eghynton. The reversion of the manor, held by the said Bartholomew of Isabella, queen of England, as of the honour of Laigle, by service of a sixth part of a knight's fee.

Heir as above, aged 14 years and more.

SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Bourne, 23 December, 2 Edward III. The jurors are entirely ignorant at present of the knights' fees and advowsons of churches that were of Bartholomew de Badlesmere in the county.

SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Cycestre, 27 December, 2 Edward III. The jurors say as above.

WILTS. Inq. 8 February, 3 Edward III.

Castelcombe. The manor (extent given), including an enclosed park, held of King Edward II. in chief, by service of half a knight's fee. The said manor is charged to Robert de Monteforti, clerk, for a robe, viz.- of half a cloth suitable for a clerk, with a fur of good 'stradlyng,' and a good fur of squirrel, and a hood of miniver, to be received yearly for his life.

Hurdecote. A messuage, a carucate of land, and 26s. rent, held of King Edward II. in chief, by service of a quarter of a knight's fee.

Westheghtredeb[ury], or Westheghtrebury. The manors with the hundreds of Colerne and Steurte, held jointly with Margaret his wife, for their lives, of King Edward II. in chief, as of the barony of Castelcombe, by service of a fee and a half and a quarter of a knight's fee, with reversion to the said king and his heirs.

Knouk and Orchestone. The manors with a messuage, land, and rent in Istheghtredebury, held, jointly with Margaret his wife, for the term of their lives, of the heirs of the earl of Gloucester, by service of half a fee and a quarter of a knight's fee, with reversion to the right heirs of the said Bartholomew.

Heir as above, aged 15.

Writ of amotus, 22 October, 2 Edward III. SALOP. Inq. 15 January, 2 Edward III. Adredeleye. The manor, held of King Edward II. in chief, by service of half a knight's fee.

Ideshale. The manor, held of King Edward II. in chief, by service of half a knight's fee.

Heir as above, aged 14 years at the feast of SS. Philip and James last.

NORTHAMPTON. Inq. 21 February, 3 Edward III. Loudington. The advowson of the church, held jointly with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew, pertaining to the manor of Rydelyngewolde, which is a member of the barony of Chillam. The said Bartholomew had no knights' fees in the county on the day he died.

WILTS. Inq. made at Colerne, 8 February, 3 Edward III.

Compton Basset. A knight's fee, held by the said Bartholomew of King Edward II. in chief; and a knight's fee, which Roger de Berle holds.

Smethecote. A knight's fee, which Richard Dauntesye holds.

Somerford. A knight's fee, which John Mautravers, the elder, holds.

Overwarston. A knight's fee, which the abbot of Teukesbury now holds.

Saltharpe. A knight's fee, which Lucy Bluet now holds.

Cotestouwe. A quarter of a knight's fee, which the abbot of Stanlegh holds.

Clyve. A knight's fee, which the heirs of Ralph Lovel hold.

Chatyndone. Half a knight's fee, which the abbot of Teukesbury holds.

Lusteshulle. Two parts of a knight's fee, which Richard de Colsulle [or de Colshull] holds.

Blontesdone. Half a knight's fee, which John As holds; and half a knight's fee, which James de Grundeswell holds.

Bathamwyly. Half a knight's fee, which William de Muleford holds.

Budestone. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Nicholas de Budestone holds.

Combrewell. A knight's fee, which Roger de Berle holds.

Broghton. Two knights' fees, which Margaret de Nevill holds.

Little Sherstone. A knight's fee, which Thomas Giffard holds.

Whelpele. Three parts of a knight's fee, which Philip le Engleis holds.

Muleford. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, which William de Muleford holds.

Castelcombe. The advowson of the church, held by the said Bartholomew of King Edward II.

Colerne. The advowson of the church, held by the said Bartholomew jointly with Margaret his wife, of King Edward II.

Extent or summary of the lands and tenements which were of Bartholomew de Badlesmere, deceased, who held of King Edward II. in chief, made by Simon de Bereford, late escheator of the king on this side Trent, and returned into the chancery, viz.- Certain lands &c. specified above, which were held by the said Bartholomew alone, in Kent, Essex, Hertford, Wilts and Salop, and also the following:-

SUSSEX. Laghton. The manor with the hundred of Shepelake.

OXFORD. Fynmere. The manor.

GLOUCESTER. Oxindon. The manor.

BUCKINGHAM. Preston and Couele. The manors.

Also the following, which have been struck through with the pen:-

KENT. Tonge. The manor, and 67a. land.

HERTFORD. Lenhales. The castle and manor.

Extent or summary of knights' fees specified above in Kent, Wilts and Salop, which the said Bartholomew held of King Edward II. in chief, and of advowsons of churches specified above which were of the said Bartholomew in Kent, Wilts, Essex and Salop, with the variations there given in square brackets, and also the following advowson (much defaced). Salop. Aderdele. The advowson of the church.

C. Edw. III. File 9. (10.)

Inquisition: Post mortem, 10 Aug 1330. 7 308. BARTHOLOMEW DE BADLESMERE.

Writ to enquire what lands &c. the said Bartholomew held in Etton, Makeseye, and Helpeston, co. Northampton, and elsewhere, of which no mention was made in the inquisitions taken at his death, 10 August, 4 Edward III.

NORTHAMPTON. Inq. Thursday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 4 Edward III. Etton. The manor and the advowson of the church, held of the abbot of Peterborough, service unknown.

Writ to the escheator, reciting the above writ and inquisition, whereupon the king had commanded the said manor to be delivered to Henry, bishop of Lincoln, to whom he had committed the wardship, until the lawful age of Giles son and heir of the said Bartholomew; and now Hugh de Northburgh and Hugh his son by petition in parliament have shown, that they have for a long time held the manor and advowson of Etton, that the said Bartholomew was not seised thereof on the day he died, and that the said inquisition was made by Hugh de Longedon by jurors of the hundreds of Corby and Wylebrok, maliciously suborned, and remote from Etton, without warning the said Hugh and Hugh, by virtue whereof Hugh de Longdon, as is said, verbally took the manor into the king's hand; whereof the king commands him to make further inquisition in the presence of the said Hugh and Hugh, 13 December, 4 Edward III.

NORTHAMPTON. Inq. 6 January, 4 Edward III. The said Bartholomew was not seised of the manor and advowson of Etton at his death, or when his lands &c. were seized into the hand of King Edward II, as forfeited; and they are held of the abbot of Peterborough by knight's service. One Peter Russel, for a long time before and after the said Bartholomew's death, was seised of the said manor and advowson, of the gift and enfeoffment of John Russel his brother in fee, to him and his heirs; and afterwards he enfeoffed Sir Nicholas de Sancto Marco of the same to him and his heirs, in fee, and re-accepted the same of the grant of the said Sir Nicholas for life, and the said Nicholas granted the reversion thereof, by fine levied in the king's court, to Hugh de Northburgh and Hugh his son, to whom the said Peter attorned, and afterwards released to them all his right in the premises, and they now hold the said manor and advowson. Writ to enquire whether the said Bartholomew held the manor of Laghton and hundred of Sheplake and other lands in Sussex, of which no mention is made in previous inquisitions, 16 December, 4 Edward III.

SUSSEX. Inq. 24 December, 4 Edward III. Laghton. The manor with the hundred of Shepelake was held by John de Ulvedale for life of the late King Edward II, as of the honour of Laigle by knight's service, and the said king granted the reversion to Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere and his heirs by charter; which John attorned to the said Sir Bartholomew and died on 10 February, 15 Edward II, after whose death the said Sir Bartholomew entered upon the premises and continued his seisin until the said king took them into his hand through the forfeiture of the said Bartholomew, because he was of the faction (querela) of Thomas then earl of Lancaster. Eghynton and Draiton. The reversion of the manors was held by the said Bartholomew.

Writ of certiorari on the petition of Margaret late the wife of the said Bartholomew for her dower out of the castle and manor of Lenehales, co. Hereford, and the manors of Oxendon, co. Gloucester, Finmere, co. Oxford, and Preston and Cuuele, co. Buckingham, which the said Bartholomew after their marriage granted to William Tuchet and the heirs of his body, with reversion to the said Bartholomew and his heirs, and which by the death of the said William without such heirs, and the minority of the heir of the said Bartholomew were taken into the late king's hand, 18 January, 4 Edward III.

GLOUCESTER. Inq. 24 January, 4 Edward III. Oxindon. The said Bartholomew was seised of the manor after his marriage with the said Margaret in 5 Edward II, which manor is held of the heirs of the earl of Gloucester, as of the manor of Teokesbury, by service of a knight's fee; and afterwards he enfeoffed William Tochet of the same, by fine levied before the justices of the bench in the same year, to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with reversion to the said Bartholomew and his heirs; which William afterwards died without such heirs, and the said manor has reverted to Giles de Badelesmere, son and heir of the said Bartholomew, who is in the king's wardship by reason of his minority.

OXFORD. Inq. 22 January, 4 Edward III. Fynemere. Bartholomew de Badlesmere, knight, was seised of the manor after his marriage as above, which is held of the heirs of the earl of Gloucester by service of half a knight's fee, and thereof he enfeoffed William Tochet, knight, by fine levied in the king's court in 5 Edward II, to hold to him and the heirs of his body with reversion to the said Bartholomew and his heirs; which William died without such heirs and the said manor has reverted to Giles, son and heir of the said Bartholomew, who is a minor and in the king's wardship.

BUCKINGHAM. Inq. 24 January, 4 Edward III. Preston and Couele. The said Bartholomew was seised of the manors, which are held of the king in chief by knight's service, after his marriage as above, and thereof enfeoffed the said William Tochet as above: they have now reverted to the said Giles as above.

HEREFORD. Inq. 24 January, 4 Edward III. Leenhales. The said Bartholomew was seised of the castle and manor, which are held of the king by knight's service by reason of the lands which were of Roger de Mortuo Mari now in the king's hand, after his marriage as above, and thereof enfeoffed the said William Tuchet, knight, as above, after whose death William Deveroys, knight, immediately after the present king and Lady Isabella his mother last landed in England, entered the said castle and manor by force and continued his seisin by the maintenance of the said Roger, and still continues claiming right and fee therein, but by what right the jury know not. Giles, son of Bartholomew de Badelesmere, is his next heir.

C. Edw. III. File 25. (8.)

Inquisition: Writ ad melius inquirendum, 21 Feb 1331. 8 399. BARTHOLOMEW DE BADELESMERE.

Writ ad melius inquirendum, the king understanding that certain lands were held by the said Bartholomew in gavelkind, of which no mention is made in the inquisitions made on his death, 21 February, 5 Edward III.

KENT. Inq. Thursday after St. Gregory, 5 Edward III. The underwritten lands were held in gavelkind, viz.-

Badelesmere. 30a. land, in a field called Northfield, held of the abbot of Faveresham, with divers other tenements, underwritten, by service of 4l. yearly, which service the said abbot released to the said Bartholomew for the lives of himself and Margaret his wife; and 9 1/2a. land, of the said Bartholomew's profer fee.

Scheldich. Certain tenements called Wodegate, viz.- A toft and 83a. arable, held of the said abbot by the said services; certain tenements called Malemayneslond, viz.- 115a. land, and a windmill, held of the said abbot by the service aforesaid; 35a. land held of Thomas de Ponyngge and Joan his wife, as of the said Joan's right, by service of 12s. and two hens yearly; and 33a. land, held of the prior of Puckeleshale by service of 4s. and four hens yearly.

Chilham. 23a. land held of the castle of Chilham by service of 2s. 6d. yearly.

Sellyngge by le Bleen. Certain tenements called 'la Rode,' viz.- 78a. land and 2a. wood, held of the aforesaid abbot by the service aforesaid.

Bleen. Certain tenements called 'la Denne,' viz.- 82a. heath and pasture, held of the king as of the manor of Ospreng by service of 13s. 4d. yearly; and charged with yearly rents of 18 3/4d. and two hens and a half to be rendered at the manor of Whitstaple, 2s. and eleven hens at the manor of Westwode, which is of Sir Thomas de Ponyngge, and 6d. yearly to Robert Bleen.

Wyldirton. The manor, viz.- 145a. land, 15a. wood and 40s. rent, held of the abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, by service of 9d. yearly, and two attendances at the said abbot's court at Canterbury next after Michaelmas and Easter, and rendering yearly to William de Clynton 3s., a cock, three hens, and 50 eggs, to the prior of Ledes 2s. yearly, to the prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, 2s. yearly, and to Robert le Hert and his parceners 7d. yearly.

Giles, his son, aged 16 years and more, is his next heir of the aforesaid lands and tenements, and of others which are held in gavelkind in the county.

KENT. Inq. 14 April, 5 Edward III. The underwritten lands, &c., were held in gavelkind, viz.-

Bokyngfolde. 15a. land in a field called Helfeld, held of the king, doing one suit at the hundred of Twyford every three weeks; 5a. land at 'la Sno[de?],' held of Geoffrey de Say by service of 20d. yearly; 10a. of high wood at 'la Snode,' and 105a. of high wood at Sarynden, held of the said Geoffrey by the said services; the plot of a mill now destroyed held of the same Geoffrey; 11 1/2a. land and 4a. of high wood in Quenefeld, Stablcroft, and Elret, held of John de Badeselle by service of 22 1/2d. yearly; 22a. pasture at Somerlese, held of the heir of [William?] de Detlyngg, by service of an arrow, price 1d.; 44a. pasture at Petland (?). . ghered, and Berdespich, held of William de Grofherst by service of 2d. yearly; 2a. pasture at Castelcroft, held of Richard Colle by service of 1d. yearly; 53a. pasture in the park of Bokyngfold in places called Lavynelond and Cofpedehous, held of William de Grofhurst by service of 2s. 2 1/2d. yearly; 16a. land in the same park at Roughemed, held of the prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, by service of 16d. yearly; 20a. pasture in the same park at Bakerslond, held of John de Mereworth by service of 9d. yearly; 7s. rent of assize, eight hens and two cocks at Christmas, from lands, &c., at . . herst, whereof 3s. yearly are repaid to the heir of Richard de Rokeslee; and 35s. rent of assize at Michaelmas, and five hens at Christmas, held of Richard de Grey by service of 20s. 6d. yearly, and doing suit at the said Richard's court of Eillesford every three weeks.

Writ of certiorari, on the complaint of Margaret late the wife of the said Bartholomew that certain lands &c. in Sellyng and Sheldwych, whereof she was enfeoffed jointly with the said Bartholomew, had been taken into the king's hand, 12 May, 5 Edward III.

KENT. Inq. 22 May, 5 Edward III.

Sellinge. A messuage with the advowson of the church, 31a. arable, and 1a. wood in Chaunterelesfeld and Gerardesfeld, 4s. 3d. yearly rent, and a rent of four hens, a third and a sixth part of a cock and 32 1/3 eggs, were held by the said Bartholomew jointly with the said Margaret of the grant of Richard son of John de Sallynge; and 7 1/2a. land in Pelehamme in the same town, were similarly held of the gift of Bartholomew Springet.

Scheldewych. 25a. land, 5r. wood, and 7 1/2d. rent, were similarly held of the gift of William son of John Child ate Helde of Selling; and 11a. land in Westrete were similarly held of the gift of Robert Durant, chaplain.

Sellinge. A messuage, 16 1/2a. land, and 2 1/2a. wood, were similarly held of the gift of Thomas de Grobbyndan.

Sellinge by Faversham. 5a. land were similarly held of the gift of William son of Ranulph de Enesynge.

Sellinge. 2d. rent were held of the gift of John de Shotyndon.

Scheldewych. Two hens were similarly held of the gift of William Stokman of Scheldewych.

Sellynge. A messuage, 1 1/2a. land, 16d. rent, three hens and a sixth part of a hen, and 10 1/3 eggs rent, were similarly held of the gift of Ralph son of John de Sellinge.

The said Bartholomew and Margaret acquired the said tenements jointly from the said feoffors, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Bartholomew for ever, in the 4th, 11th, 12th, and 13th years of King Edward II, and jointly continued seisin all the life of the said Bartholomew until the said king seized the said tenements into his own hand because the said Bartholomew was of the faction of Thomas, earl of Lancaster.

The said tenements are held of the abbot of Faversham by service of 16s. yearly.

C. Edw. III. File 30. (9.)


Margaret married Gilbert de Umfraville, son of Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus and Elizabeth Comyn, in 1289.1 (Gilbert de Umfraville died before 23 May 1303 1 3 9.)


Margaret next married Bartholomew de Badlesmere 1st Baron de Badlesmere, son of Guncelin de Badlesmere Justiciar of Chester and Joan FitzBernard, before 16 Jul 1306. (Bartholomew de Badlesmere 1st Baron de Badlesmere was born about 1275,4 10 died on 14 Apr 1322 in Blean, Canterbury, Kent, CT2, GB 4 and was buried in St. Leonard's Church, Dayton Road, Badlesmere, Faversham, Kent, ME13 0NL, GB.). The cause of his death was Hung, drawn and quartered.


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2 Frederick Lewis Weis, Walter Lee Sheppard, William Ryland Beall, <i>Magna Carta Sureties 1215: the Barons Named in the Magna Carta, 1215 and Some of their Descendants who Settled in America during the Early Colonial Years</i> (Genealogical Publishing Company, 1999), 2-6, 33-6, 36-6, 120-5.

3 George Edward Cokayne, "Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom" (Sutton Publishing Ltd., 2000), I:148-9.

4 Frederick Lewis Weis, Walter Lee Sheppard, William Ryland Beall, <i>Magna Carta Sureties 1215: the Barons Named in the Magna Carta, 1215 and Some of their Descendants who Settled in America during the Early Colonial Years</i> (Genealogical Publishing Company, 1999), 33-6.

5 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 6 Edward II: 157-171.

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10 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 4 Edward I: 16-21.

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