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Laurence Frowick
(Abt 1200-Abt 1252)
Alice
Thomas de Durham
(Abt 1210-)
Henry Frowick
(Abt 1230-1286)
Isabel de Durham
(Abt 1235-1300)
Roger Frowick
(Abt 1263-1328)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Idonea

Roger Frowick

  • Born: Abt 1263
  • Marriage (1): Idonea
  • Died: 5 Apr 1328 aged about 65
  • BuriedMale: St. Mary's Church, Harrow on the Hill, Harrow, London, HA1 3HL, GB

  General Notes:

A bond of indemnity entered into by Roger de Frouwyk, goldsmith, in favo ur of Robert de Pyphurst, goldbeater (aurimelleator), for the delive ry of a statute merchant for 500 marks in which Ralph de Honylane, late ci tizen and vintner, was bound to the said Roger. Witnesses, Nicholas de Far endone, Henry de Gloucestre, Elyas de Suffolk, Roger de Arcubus, Willi am de Caustone, Roger de Lyntone, Ralph the Clerk, and others [not named ]. Dated at London, Monday after the Feast of St. Mark [25 April], 8 Edwa rd II. [A.D. 1315]. From: 'Folios xxxi - xl: 1315', Calendar of letter-bo oks of the city of London: E: 1314-1337 (1903), pp. 44-53. URL: http://www .british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=33098&strquery=frouwyk. Date acce ssed: 11 January 2007.

Letters Patent of the King notifying the citizens of London of the appoint ment of John de Gisorz, William de Leire, Roger de Frowik, and Steph en de Abyndone, together with the King's clerk, Richard de Luda, as assess ors of the tax of a fifteenth of their movables granted by cities and boro ughs. Dated at Westminster, 1 Dec., 7 Edward II. [A.D. 1313]. (fn. 6)

Roger de Frowick, goldsmith 1292 LBA 143, R. de Frowyk 1305 Pat (goldsmith 's work done for the King), 1328 Will (goldsmith, principal house in St. O lave), probably 1307 S (moneyer). Alderman of Langb 1312- 24. There were s everal early goldsmiths in London with this surname. Roger was no dou bt a son of Henry de Frowyk (1286 Will).

Isabel, wife of Roger de Oxford, in 130910 conveyed the manor of Rickmans worth to Roger de Frowyk, called 'le orfeure' or the goldsmith, and Idon ea his wife, and John their son. Roger de Frowyk, who in 131415 grant ed the manor to his son John and Isabel his wife.
From: 'Parishes: Rickmansworth', A History of the County of Hertford: volu me 2 (1908), pp. 371-86.



William Bernard, William de Bykele, Richard Jordan, Richard le Barber of B redstrete, and John le Mazerer, goldsmith, complain that Roger de Frowyk a nd the prior of Crutched Friars have stopped up (obturarunt) a gutter (got eram) through which their water used to run into the street, so that the h ouses of the pls. in the par. of St. Olave by the Tower are flooded. The d efs. say that the assize does not lie, and ask judgment whether, since t he nuisance concerning which the dispute has arisen is not apparent to t he view of the assize (non apparet aspectui assise), they ought to have co gnisance of it. It is adjudged that the pls. take nothing for their plain t. Defs. sine die.
Fri. 2 June 1307. John le Blund, mayor, John de Wengrave, Walter de Leyr e, Nicholas de Farndone, Richard de Gloucestre, Walter de Finchingfeld., H enry de Gloucestre, Richer de Refham.
'Misc. Roll DD: 2 Sept 1306 - 10 Apr 1310 (nos 100-149)', London assi ze of nuisance 1301-1431: A calendar (1973), pp. 22-32.

  Events

Occupation: Alderman, 1314.

Occupation, 1314. Alderman


Roger married Idonea.


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