W. E. Lamb1

#69002

Major Life Events

     W. E. Lamb married Adah B. Dalton, daughter of Thomas Washington Cox and Martha Isabelle Johnson.1

Citations

  1. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.

Mary Alice McElroy1

#69009, b. circa August 1875, d. circa 1929

Major Life Events

     Mary Alice McElroy was born circa August 1875 at DeSoto Co., Mississipi.1,2 She married Guy Melvin Cox, son of Thomas Washington Cox and Martha Isabelle Johnson, on 29 April 1900 at Hernando, DeSoto Co., Mississipi.1,2 Mary died circa 1929 at Hernando, DeSoto Co., Mississipi.1,3 She was interred at Lebanon Cemetery at DeSoto Co., Mississipi.3

Citations

  1. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.
  2. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Guy Melvin Cox Family Group Sheet.
  3. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Mary Alice McElroy Family Group Sheet.

Doshia Davis1

#69011, b. 27 July 1889, d. 31 March 1928

Major Life Events

     Doshia Davis was born on 27 July 1889 at Sharp Co., Arkansas.1,2 She married Guy Melvin Cox, son of Thomas Washington Cox and Martha Isabelle Johnson, on 8 March 1914 at Arkansas.1,2 Doshia died on 31 March 1928 at Williford, Sharp Co., Arkansas, at age 38.1,3

Citations

  1. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.
  2. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Guy Melvin Cox Family Group Sheet.
  3. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Doshia Davis Family Group Sheet.

Cora Florence Voss1

#69015, b. 3 July 1881, d. 3 November 1939

Major Life Events

     Cora Florence Voss was born on 3 July 1881 at Ripley, Tennessee.1,2 She married first Thomas N. Tucker circa 1904.3 She married second Guy Melvin Cox, son of Thomas Washington Cox and Martha Isabelle Johnson, after 1925.1,2 Cora died on 3 November 1939 at Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee, at age 58.1,3 She was interred at Osceola, Mississippi Co., Arkansas.3

Citations

  1. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.
  2. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Guy Melvin Cox Family Group Sheet.
  3. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Cora Florence Voss Family Group Sheet.

Lou Emma ?1

#69016, b. circa 1903, d. circa 1966

Major Life Events

     Lou Emma ? was born circa 1903.1 She married Guy Melvin Cox, son of Thomas Washington Cox and Martha Isabelle Johnson, after 1938.2,1 Lou died circa 1966.3 She was interred at Memorial Park at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas.3

Citations

  1. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Guy Melvin Cox Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.
  3. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Lou Emma Unknown Family Group Sheet.

Alma Cox1

#69017, b. after 1880
FatherThomas Washington Cox1 b. c 1833, d. 1883
MotherMartha Isabelle Johnson1 b. 25 Apr 1845, d. 4 Oct 1899
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Alma Cox was born after 1880 at Hernando, DeSoto Co., Mississippi.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.
  2. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Thomas Washington Cox Family Group Sheet.

Iona Pearl Lee1

#69025, b. circa 1880, d. after 1933

Major Life Events

     Iona Pearl Lee was born circa 1880.1 She married William Thomas Cox, son of Joseph Montgomery Cox and Mary Ann Cox, circa 1900 at Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee.1,2 Iona died after 1933.1

Citations

  1. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.
  2. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, William Thomas Cox Family Group Sheet.

Martha Lon Ella Glasgow1

#69027, b. 11 February 1871, d. 21 January 1940

Major Life Events

     Martha Lon Ella Glasgow was born on 11 February 1871 at Mclennan Co., Texas.2,1 She married Charles Bunyan Miller, son of Thomas Hamilton Miller and Alpha Omega Cox, circa 1908.2,1 Martha died on 21 January 1940 at Waco, Mclennan Co., Texas, at age 68. She died of genealized burns when her clothing caught fire from a wood stove.2,3 She was interred on 22 January 1940 at Crawford Cemetery at Crawford, Mclennan Co., Texas.3

Citations

  1. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Charles Bunyan Miller Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.
  3. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Martha Lon Ella Glasgow Family Group Sheet.

Victoria Craft Schoenenberger1

#69031, b. 16 July 1891, d. 7 March 1941
Conflicting evidence states that Victoria Craft Schoenenberger was born in July 1877 at Germany.2 Conflicting evidence states that Victoria Craft Schoenenberger was born circa 1879 at Switzerland.3 Conflicting evidence states that Victoria Craft Schoenenberger was born circa 1882 at Switzerland.4

Major Life Events

     Victoria Craft Schoenenberger was born on 16 July 1891 at St. Gallen, Switzerland.5,6,7,8,9 She married Walter Roland Cox, son of Charles Henry Cox and Elizabeth B. Honan, circa 1928.5,10 Victoria died on 7 March 1941 at Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee, at age 49.5,7 She was interred on 9 March 1941 at Forest Hill Cemetery at Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee.7

Narrative

     Conflicting evidence states that Victoria Craft Schoenenberger was born in July 1877 at Germany.2 Conflicting evidence states that Victoria Craft Schoenenberger was born circa 1879 at Switzerland.3 Conflicting evidence states that Victoria Craft Schoenenberger was born circa 1882 at Switzerland.4

     The Cox Family database indicates that Victoria was adopted by William R. Craft and his wife Rachel. In the 1900 she was listed as Victoria Shanberg a servant in the household of Louis and Rachel Seelig along with William Craft a partner. In the 1910 census she was listed as Victoria Chonberg a roomer at age 31 in the household of Rachel L. Seelig a widow and her business partner William R. Craft. In the 1920 census she was listed as Victoria Shoenberg a lodger at age 38 in the household of William R. Craft and his now wife Rachel. William and Rachel must have married between 1910 and 1920. Given the birth date stated in her death record her ages should have been 8, 18 and 28 respectively. In the 1930 census with her husband Walter Cox she is listed a Victoria C. Cox age 38 which would appear to be correct according to her death index record which gives her birth date as 16 July 1891. Whether and when she was adopted by William Craft and Rachel is unclear but the Tennessee death index does list her as Victoria Craft Cox and as Victoria Craft Schoenenberger. Assuming that her correct birth date was in 1891 and that the ages on the 1900 and 1910 census records were incorrect, Victoria may have been adopted by William Craft prior to 1900. However that doesn't explain why she was listed in the 1920 census in the houseold of William and Rachel Craft as a roomer and not as a daughter or adopted daughter. Relationships in this family remain a mystery.

U. S. Census Records

Census1930Victoria C. Cox was listed as wife at age 38, born in Switzerland, in the household of Walter Roland Cox at Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1930 enumerated 11 April 1930.11
Census1940Victoria C. Cox was listed as wife at age 48, higherst grade level completed 8th grade, born in Switzerland, in the household of Walter Roland Cox at Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee, in the Census of 1940 enumerated 19 April 1940.12

Citations

  1. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Dr. Walter Roland Cox Family Group Sheet.
  2. [S5133] 1 June 1900, 1900 U. S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 9B, ED63, line 63, dwelling 143, family 207.
  3. [S4383] 15 April 1910, 1910 U. S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 2A, ED108, line 3, dwelling 17, family 17.
  4. [S3481] 1 January 1920, 1920 U. S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 3B, ED76, line 57, dwelling 29, family 83.
  5. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.
  6. [S5132] Cox Family Database, online www.cacox.net/genealogy/index.php, Victoria Schoenenberger Craft Family Group Sheet.
  7. [S4275] Tennessee, Deaths and Burials Index, 1874-1955, online ancestry.com, Victoria Craft Cox (Victoria Craft Schoenenberger).
  8. [S5136] 1 April 1930, 1930 U. S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, pagr 1A, ED226, line 28, dwelling 4, family 4.
  9. [S5137] 1 April 1940, 1940 U. S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 15B, ED96-105A, line 49.
  10. [S5136] 1 April 1930, 1930 U. S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, pagr 1A, ED226, line 31, dwelling 4, family 4.
  11. [S5136] 1 April 1930, 1930 U. S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, pagr 1A, ED226, line 27, dwelling 4, family 4.
  12. [S5137] 1 April 1940, 1940 U. S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, Washington, DC, National Archives and Records Administration, U. S. Population Schedule, page 15B, ED96-105A, line 48.

Nancy Dudley Agee1

#69033, b. 2 March 1799, d. January 1869
FatherJohn Agee1 b. 14 Jun 1764, d. 13 Jan 1843
MotherSicily Ann Hall1 b. 24 May 1766, d. 30 May 1846
Relationship2nd cousin 4 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Nancy Dudley Agee was born on 2 March 1799.1 She married William Booker.2 Nancy died in January 1869 at Cumberland Co., Virginia, at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S2322] Ancestry Family Trees, online http://www.ancestry.com, Jean Pierre Bondurant - BFA Database 18 March 2014 (John Agee - Sicily Ann Hall Family Group Sheet).
  2. [S2322] Ancestry Family Trees, online http://www.ancestry.com, Jean Pierre Bondurant - BFA Database 18 March 2014 (William Booker - Nancy Dudley Agee Family Group Sheet).

Frances Anderson Payne1

#69035, b. 19 May 1891, d. 8 August 1960

Major Life Events

     Frances Anderson Payne was born on 19 May 1891.1 She married Charles Leon Cox, son of Charles Henry Cox and Elizabeth B. Honan.1 Frances died on 8 August 1960 at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S2837] Cox Family Genealogy Resource, online http://cacox.net/, George Melvin Cox.

Florence Fakhoury1,2

#69041

Major Life Events

     Florence Fakhoury married William Oscar Matthiessen Jr., son of William Oscar Matthiessen and Adrienne Hume, on 13 February 1954.1,2

Children of Florence and William:

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.
  2. [S5548] Valerie Vallejo, "Mathiessen Family Information," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 19 February 2017.

Robert William Matthiessen1

#69042, b. March 1955
FatherWilliam Oscar Matthiessen Jr.1 d. Oct 2000
MotherFlorence Fakhoury1
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Robert William Matthiessen was born in March 1955.1,2 He married Janette Mero circa October 1978.2

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.
  2. [S5548] Valerie Vallejo, "Mathiessen Family Information," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 19 February 2017.

David Lawrence Matthiessen1

#69043, b. 29 October 1957, d. 2007
FatherWilliam Oscar Matthiessen Jr.1 d. Oct 2000
MotherFlorence Fakhoury1
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     David Lawrence Matthiessen was born on 29 October 1957.1,2 He married Jacqueline Bernard (Singleton) circa September 1980.1,2 David died of cancer in 2007.1

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.
  2. [S5548] Valerie Vallejo, "Mathiessen Family Information," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 19 February 2017.

Jacqueline Bernard (Singleton)1,2

#69044

Major Life Events

     Jacqueline Bernard (Singleton) married David Lawrence Matthiessen, son of William Oscar Matthiessen Jr. and Florence Fakhoury, circa September 1980.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.
  2. [S5548] Valerie Vallejo, "Mathiessen Family Information," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 19 February 2017.

Valerie Marie Matthiessen1

#69046, b. March 1964
FatherWilliam Oscar Matthiessen Jr.1 d. Oct 2000
MotherFlorence Fakhoury1
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Valerie Marie Matthiessen was born in March 1964.1,2 She was divorced from Douglas circa 2004.2 She married second Arthur Vallejo circa 2006.2

Narrative

     Valerie Marie Matthiessen married first Douglas Jacobsen in April 1993.2

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.
  2. [S5548] Valerie Vallejo, "Mathiessen Family Information," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 19 February 2017.

Elizabeth Hume Matthiessen1

#69047, b. circa 1941
FatherWilliam Oscar Matthiessen1 b. c 1907, d. Jan 1956
MotherAdrienne Hume1 d. 1971
Relationship2nd cousin of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth Hume Matthiessen was born circa 1941 at Atlanta, Fulton Co., Georgia.1 She married Harry Meister in 1959.1 She was divorced from Harry in 1981.1

Narrative

     Elizabeth was also known as Betty.

     Betty and Harry lived in western Nebraska where Harry practiced law. After Betty and Harry were divorced, Betty moved to Omaha and then to Milwaukee and eventually to Madison, Wisconsin. In 1994 she move to North Carolina where her daughter lives.1

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Harry Meister1

#69048

Major Life Events

     Harry Meister married Elizabeth Hume Matthiessen, daughter of William Oscar Matthiessen and Adrienne Hume, in 1959.1 He was divorced from Elizabeth in 1981.1

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Michael Wayne Meister1

#69049, b. 1961
FatherHarry Meister1
MotherElizabeth Hume Matthiessen1 b. c 1941
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Michael Wayne Meister was born in 1961.1

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Matthew William Meister1

#69050, b. 1964
FatherHarry Meister1
MotherElizabeth Hume Matthiessen1 b. c 1941
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Matthew William Meister was born in 1964.1

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Cynthia Marie Meister1

#69051, b. 1945
FatherHarry Meister1
MotherElizabeth Hume Matthiessen1 b. c 1941
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Cynthia Marie Meister was born in 1945.1

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Stephen Lewis Meister1

#69052, b. 1969
FatherHarry Meister1
MotherElizabeth Hume Matthiessen1 b. c 1941
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Stephen Lewis Meister was born in 1969.1

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Jean Ellen Meister1

#69053, b. 1970
FatherHarry Meister1
MotherElizabeth Hume Matthiessen1 b. c 1941
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Jean Ellen Meister was born in 1970.1

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

John de Croft1

#69054
FatherRoger de Croft1
MotherElizabeth de Redmayne1 b. c 1335
Relationship16th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Child of John and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Roger de Croft

#69055
Relationship17th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Roger de Croft married Elizabeth de Redmayne, daughter of Adam de Redmayne and Ellen ?, before 1350.1

Child of Roger and Elizabeth:

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Elizabeth de Redmayne1

#69056, b. circa 1335
FatherAdam de Redmayne
MotherEllen ?
Relationship17th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth de Redmayne was born circa 1335.1 She married Roger de Croft before 1350.1

Child of Elizabeth and Roger:

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Adam de Redmayne1

#69057
FatherMatthew de Redmayne d. c 1319
Relationship18th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Adam de Redmayne married Ellen ?.1

Children of Adam and Ellen:

Narrative

     Adam received Yealand and in 1327 obtained a grant of free warren in his demesne of Yealand Redmayne.2

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.
  2. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 175.

John de Redmayne1

#69058, d. 1350
FatherAdam de Redmayne1
MotherEllen ?
Relationship17th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     John died without issue in 1350.1

Narrative

     John died in 1350 holdng two-thirds of the manor of Yealand and the other third held by his mother Ellen in dower; the whole was held by the king in chief as the lands which were William de Coucy's by the service of 7½d. and suit at the king's court in Warton. The heirs were his sisters -- Margaret, aged sixteen and Elizabeth aged fifteen, already the wife of Roger de Croft.1

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Margaret Redmayne1

#69059, b. circa 1334
FatherAdam de Redmayne1
MotherEllen ?
Relationship17th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Margaret Redmayne was born circa 1334.1 She married John Boteler.1

Child of Margaret and John:

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

John Boteler1,2

#69060

Major Life Events

     John Boteler married Margaret Redmayne, daughter of Adam de Redmayne and Ellen ?.2

Child of John and Margaret:

Citations

  1. Of Marton.
  2. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Ellen Boteler1

#69061
FatherJohn Boteler1
MotherMargaret Redmayne1 b. c 1334
Relationship1st cousin 18 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Ellen Boteler married first Thomas de Lathom in 1378.1 She married second Nicholas de Croft in 1388/89.1

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Nicholas de Croft1

#69062

Major Life Events

     Nicholas de Croft married Ellen Boteler, daughter of John Boteler and Margaret Redmayne, in 1388/89.1

Narrative

     in 1400 Nicholas is stated to hold the manor of Yealand Redmayne in the right of his wife Ellen by a rent of 12d.1

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Matthew de Redmayne1

#69063, d. circa 1319
FatherHenry de Redmayne
Relationship19th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Matthew died circa 1319.

Children of Matthew and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Matthew son and heir of Henry de Redmayne showed his right to free warren in 1292. He had disputes with various tenants and others. He was in possession in 1283, when the Prior of Cartmel made complaint as to his taking trees in the prior's wood at Yealand.2

     1282, Thams de Niendesergh demands agains Matthew de Redeman 2 a. meadow and 8 a. pasture in Lefnes; and against Margaret de Redeman 1 a. meadow in the same place, of which Thomas de Niendeshergh, grandfather of the said Thomas, whose heir he is, was seised. Margaret calls to warranty the said Matthew, who calls to warranty Roger de Lefnes; De Banco R. Trin. 10 Edward 1, M. 31.3

     1283, Matthew de Redeman held Levenes and Selsate of William de Lindeseye. Lancs. Inq., pt. i, 256.3

     1283, Matthew de Redeman held Lupton of William de Lindeseye for 6s. 8d. rent, it is worth six marks. Lancs. Inq. pt. i, 256.4

     1299, Protection for Matthew de Redeman going with Robert de Clyfford in the defence of the march of Scotland; Cal. Pat. Rolls., 1299, p. 425.3

     1315, Settlement of a suit between Sir Walter de Stirkeland, plaintiff, and Sir Matthew de Redmane, defendant, touching his common pasture and reasonable estovers in Levenys, made on Monday in the feast of the Conception of the B. V. M., 1315 as follows: (details of the complaint described). Circular seal of green wax bearing on a heater-shaped shiedl 3 cushions. Legend: S. Mathei de redman; Roigh at Sizergh.     1303-10, Benedict del Howes grants to Walter son of Sir William de Stirkland the messuage and land in the hamlet (sic) of Levenes which he had by the feoffment of the said Sir William. Witnesses: Sir Matthew de Redeman, Adam son of John Gernet, Thomas de Nyandeshergh, Roger de Levenes, Benedict Gernet, Robert de Syggeswyk, Henry de Syggeswyk; Orig. at Sizergh.3

     1318, Matthew de Redmane, one of the late collectors of the tenth and sixth, is in arrears of his account for wages of William de Redmane, King's yeoman, deceased, brother of Adam de Redemane, King's yeoman; Cal. Close R., 1319; p. 51.     1303-10, Benedict del Howes grants to Walter son of Sir William de Stirkland the messuage and land in the hamlet (sic) of Levenes which he had by the feoffment of the said Sir William. Witnesses: Sir Matthew de Redeman, Adam son of John Gernet, Thomas de Nyandeshergh, Roger de Levenes, Benedict Gernet, Robert de Syggeswyk, Henry de Syggeswyk; Orig. at Sizergh.3

     1319, A coroner to be elected for co. Lancaster in place of Matthew de Redman, deceased; Cal. Close R., 1319; p. 51.     1303-10, Benedict del Howes grants to Walter son of Sir William de Stirkland the messuage and land in the hamlet (sic) of Levenes which he had by the feoffment of the said Sir William. Witnesses: Sir Matthew de Redeman, Adam son of John Gernet, Thomas de Nyandeshergh, Roger de Levenes, Benedict Gernet, Robert de Syggeswyk, Henry de Syggeswyk; Orig. at Sizergh.3

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.
  2. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 175.
  3. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.
  4. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Lupton', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 357-63.
  5. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.

Henry de Redmayne1

#69064
FatherMatthew de Redmayne d. c 1250
MotherMatilda ?
Relationship20th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Child of Henry and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     1249-50, Robert de Kendale grants to Ralph de Eyncurt 3½ a. in the vill of Lefnis, which Henry de Redeman gave to Matthew, the grantor's father, with Matilda, the grantor's mother, in free marriage, in Roberd-ridding, to hold of Matthew de Redeman, as freely as Henry father of the said Matthew de Redeman, gave it to Matthew the grantor's father and Matilda the grantor's mother. Witnesses: Ralph de Notingham, sheriff of Westmerland, Sir Patrick [de Culwen] son of Thomas, Roland de Revegile, Thomas de Levenes, Thomas de Houis, Adam de Hennecastre, Gilbert de Wyteby; Orig. at Sizergh.2

     1259, January 20, Henry de Redeman summons Peter de Brus and Walter de Lindesi to restore to him the stewardship of the lands that were William de Lancaster's in the county of Westmorland, which belongs to Henry by charter of the said William, kinsman of defendants, whose heirs they are. Defendants come not; attached for the morrow of Ascension etc. Cur. Reg. Roll, 107, Hilary, 43 Henry III, m. 2d; 169, m. 54d; Bain, al. of Scot. Docs., n. 2146.2

     Henry obtained a grant of free warren in his demesne lands of Levens, Yealand and Trenterne in 1267.1,2

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 175.
  2. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.

Matthew de Redmayne1

#69065, d. circa 1250
FatherHenry de Redmayne d. c 1225
MotherUnknown of Lancaster
Relationship21st great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Matthew de Redmayne married Matilda ?.2 Matthew died circa 1250.2

Child of Matthew and Matilda:

Narrative

     Matthew was also known as [Sir] Matthew de Redmayne.

     1235, Matthew de Redemane holdes the twentieth part of a knight's fee of the barony of Kendale. Book of Fees, 552.3

     1242, Matthew de Redeman had impleaded William de Lancaster because he had not kept the terms of a fine made at York between Gilbert son of Roger Fitz-Reinfrid and Helewise his wife, mother of the said William and Henry de Redeman, father of Matthew, tenant, touching the land of Trahnterne and Sleddale Brunnolf, ½ bovate in Helsington, 1 carucate of land called Levenes, the land of Whiebergh and Crostweit. William grants that Matthew shall hold Levens outside the forest quit of forestry and foresters by its bounds (described), with 60 pigs in William's wood of Threlegrop at mast time; Matthew to have no common in Helsington, nor William in Levenes, but Matthew shall have common of pasture of Sandpol as far as the hard land of Whiteberg and He and his men of Selsat and Queneffel shall be quit of puture of the foresters, saving to William his "salvaigne: of his forest. For this Matthew granted that his men of Lupton shall feed the foresters; William to have the fishery of the water of Kent; Matthew to hold Levenes and Selsat for the 12th part of a fee; Feet of F., file 4, n. 1.3

     in 1242 Matthew held part of Yealand of William Lancaster III and in 1246-8 acted as Sheriff of Lancashire. On the partition of the Lancaster inheritance about that time Yealand Redmayne was assigned to Lindsay, and so in the end reverted to the duchy.1

     1243, Matthew de Redeman appears against William de Lancaster in a plea that he should keep the fine made in King's court at Lancaster between the said Matthew, plaintiff, and the said William, deforciant, tohing the manors of Levenes, Skelesholt, [Selesete] Quinefel and Lupton. William was attached by Ralph de Ayncurt and Richard de Heyham; Matthew puts in his place Thomas son of Gilbert or Gilbert son of Richard. As the fine is of recent date they are to appear in Trinity term; Cur. Regis R. 128, m. 2d.3

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 175.
  2. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.
  3. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.

Henry de Redmayne1

#69066, d. circa 1225
FatherNorman de Redman b. c 1140, d. c 1184
Relationship22nd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Henry de Redmayne married Unknown of Lancaster, daughter of Adam of Lancaster, circa 1184.2 Henry died circa 1225.2

Narrative

     Henry was also known as [Sir] Henry de Redman.

     Henry adopted the surname Redman or Redmayne. The family is mainly connected with Westmoreland. He gave land near Hilderstone to Cockersand Abbey about 1200.1

     1187, Henry son of Norman de Redeman owes 1 m. that the fine between him and Ketel son of Uchtred respecting the land of Levenes may be recorded in the King's court of the gift of that land which Ketel made to Henry and his heirs, the moiety of which Henry shall hold in his demesne and Ketel shall hold the other Moiety of Henry by the same service which Henry does therefor to the chier lord; Lancs. Pipe R., 69.3

     1187-92, Germac, master of the Hospitallers, grants to Henry, son of Norman the sewer (de Redman) 4 a. of land in Levenes which the Hospitallers had by the gift of Norman the sewer, Henry's father, to hold for 12d. rent; Reg of deeds at Levens, F. 95b.3

     1187-1200, Gilbert son of Roger Fitz-Reinfrid confirms to Henry son of Norman de Redeman Levenes by its right bounds, namely as Sandpull descends into Kent, ascending Sandpull to the division of Crosthwait and of Whitberg where [the water?] descends into Sandpull and so across the moss to the bounds of Levenes and Helsington, and on the other side by the right bounds with his neighbors, to hold in fee and inheritance with mills, pool and waters, except the grantor's water of Kent and fishery, rendering 16s. of farm and 5s. 4d. of cornage for all services. Witnesses: Richard son of Roger, Alan (sic) the dean, Gilbert de Lancaster, Ralph de Arundel, William de Arundel, Ralph de Bethome, Roger de Bethome, Roger de Burton, Matthew Gernet, William de Kellet, Hugh de Poplington, Henry de Insula, Orm de Irebi, Thomas de Corenthom (sic), Roger de Yelland, Geoffrey de Mamdcastre, Adam Gernet, Adam de Manserg, Richard de Berburn, Gilbert his brother; Red. of D. at Levens, f. 95.3

     1196, Henry de Redeman, tenant, releases to Gilbert son of Roger FitzReinfred and Aylewise his wife, his claim in Witeberge (now Whitbarrow) for their confirmation of Selesat etc. and a grant of common of pasture of the moss between Witeberge and Levenes, for 5s. rent; Feet of F. (Pipe R. Soc., XVII) 141. Gilbert son of ROger Fitz-Reinfrid confirms to Henry de redemand, Levenes and Selesete, to hold for the 10th part of a fee. Witnesses: Gervase de Aynecurt, Richard de Marisco, Lambert de Busseto, Gilvert de Lancastre, William de Windesore, Adam de Hyeland, Roger de Burton, Adam Gernet, Ralph de Ayncurt, Henry …, Gamel the forester, William son of Ketel; Reg. of Deeds at Levens, fol. 95.3

     1197, Henry de Redeman and Ketel de Levenes were respectively amerced 40s. and ½ mark for withdrawing from a plea; Pipe R. 9 Richard I, p. 190; Lancs. Pipe Roll, 99.3

     1197, Henry son of Norman de Redeman confirms to Ketel son of Uthrid the moiety of Levenes, except 30 a., namel 15 a. in Crosthwaite and 15 a. in Levens; "for I grant to Ketel the said moiety as to the elder of our inheritance." The grantor is to have his pigs of Yealand quit of Ketel of Pannage in the wood of Levenes; Ketel to have his own pigs from the house (sic) of Uthrid de Kirkabi likewise quit; to hold by rendering 32d. conrage rent and 8s. of farm. Witnesses: Adam dean of Lancaster, Benedict Gernet, Matthew Gernet, Adam Gernet, Roger parson of Heversham, William de Kellet; Reg. of D. at Levens, f. 95b.3

     1199, Confirmation to the canons of Carmel of the gift of Henry de Redeman, with the consent of the prioress and convent of Fayerwall, of half Sieredale (now Silverdale) and also the fishery in his part of the lake of Havereswater (now Hawes Water) a saltery and iron ore, if any to be found; R. Chart. 8b.3

     1210-20, Gilbert son of Roger Fitz-Renfrid grants to Henry de Redeman, his seneschal, levens, by its right bounds, viz., as Le Whitekeld (the stream at Whitbarrow Lodge) descends into Sampull and so descending from Sampull into Kent, with the grantor's fishery of Sampull, and so descending Kent into Le Redesnabdubb, and from thence to the moss and so over the moss to Creskeld and thence to Walthendubb, and thence to "Godfreyhalfacre" and so following the right bounds between Levens and Hevershamheved to the bounds of Henkastre and Sigiswicke and Helsington; saving the grantor's fishery of Kent, hart and hind, wild board and sow; to hold for the 10th part of a knight's fee. Witnesses: Patrick [de Culwen] son of Thomas, Thomas de Bethum, Roger de Lancastre, Richard de Copeland, Robert de Kerneford, Ingram de Staynton, Alexander de Kirkeby Ireleth, Alan de Penington, Benedict Gernet, Gilbert the clerk; Reg. of D. at Levens, ii, f. 95.3

     1215, Henry de Redman, taken at Rochester castle, is commiteed to Robert de Curtenay. R. Litt. Claus. i, 241b; R. chart., 216.3

     1216, Benedict son of Henry Redeman, as hostage for Gilbert FitzReynfred. Litt. Claus. R. 221b.3

     1217, The same Henry returns to allegiance. ib. 376.3

     1222, At the prayer of William de Lancaster, for whom Norman son of Henry de Redeman was a hostage in the time of the baron's war, Phillip Mark is directed to release the same Norman from captivity at Nottingham, he having been siezed and incarcerated there whilst returning home after redemption from being hostage; R. Litt. Claus., i, 497b.3

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 175.
  2. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.
  3. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.

Norman de Redman1,2

#69067, b. circa 1140, d. circa 1184
FatherAdam de Avranches
Relationship23rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Norman de Redman was born circa 1140.3 Norman died circa 1184.3

Children of Norman and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Norman was also known as Norman de Yealand, or de Hieland, or de Redmayne.

     He was also known as Dapifer from his office under the Hospitaller. William de Lancaster I (below indicates it was William de Lancaster II) granted Levens in Westmoreland to Norman. Norman had succeeded to his part of of Levens by 1188.2

     William de Lancaster II gave Levens to his seneschal, Norman de Hieland, otherwise de Redman, shortly before his death in 1184. Henry de Redman, son of Norman, succeeded his father before 1188, in which year he made an agreement with the English owner of the vill, Ketel son of Uchtred, whereby Ketel gave to Henry half the demesne land of the vill and in return Henry granted that Ketel should hold the other moiety of Henry by the same service that Henry was required to pay the chief lord for the whole vill, namely 8s. yearly. Ketel was teh ancestor of a long line of owners of Nether Levens, who bore the name of the township.4

Citations

  1. Lord of Levens.
  2. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 175.
  3. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.
  4. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.

Benedict de Redmayne

#69068
FatherHenry de Redmayne d. c 1225
MotherUnknown of Lancaster
Relationship21st great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Benedict died without issue.1

Narrative

     Benedict was son and heir of Henry de Redmayne in 1216. Matthew son of Henry de Redmayne attested a charter somewhat later.2

     Preparers note: Evidently Benedict was the original heir but he must have died without issue and Matthew became the heir.

Citations

  1. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.
  2. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 175.

Ellen ?1

#69069
Relationship18th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Ellen ? married Adam de Redmayne, son of Matthew de Redmayne.1

Children of Ellen and Adam:

Citations

  1. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Thomas de Lathom1,2

#69070

Major Life Events

     Thomas de Lathom married Ellen Boteler, daughter of John Boteler and Margaret Redmayne, in 1378.2

Citations

  1. The younger.
  2. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 176.

Anne Hancock1

#69071

Major Life Events

     Anne Hancock married William Allen Matthiessen, son of Paul Monroe Matthiessen and Mary Susie Allen, circa 1950.1

Child of Anne and William:

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Marlene ?1

#69072

Major Life Events

     Marlene ? married Jake P. Matthiessen, son of Paul Monroe Matthiessen and Mary Susie Allen.1

Child of Marlene and Jake:

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Tara Matthiessen1

#69073
FatherJake P. Matthiessen1 b. c Nov 1929
MotherMarlene ?1
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Jerry Matthiessen1

#69074
FatherPaul Monroe Matthiessen1 b. 13 Mar 1904
MotherMary Susie Allen1 b. 27 Sep 1904
Relationship2nd cousin of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

James Matthiessen1

#69075
FatherPaul Monroe Matthiessen1 b. 13 Mar 1904
MotherMary Susie Allen1 b. 27 Sep 1904
Relationship2nd cousin of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     James Matthiessen married Bonnie ?.1

Narrative

     James was also known as Matt.

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Bonnie ?1

#69076

Major Life Events

     Bonnie ? married James Matthiessen, son of Paul Monroe Matthiessen and Mary Susie Allen.1

Children of Bonnie and James:

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Kim Matthiessen1

#69077
FatherJames Matthiessen1
MotherBonnie ?1
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

Brett Matthiessen1

#69078
FatherJames Matthiessen1
MotherBonnie ?1
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2838] Betty Matthiessen, "Information on the Matthiessen Family," e-mail to Paul E. Lawrence, 13 June 2008, 26 June 2008.

James A. Brown

#69092, b. 22 December 1815
FatherChristopher Brown Jr. b. 7 Nov 1774, d. 20 Sep 1850
MotherAnna Maria Raeder
Relationship2nd cousin 4 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     James A. Brown was born on 22 December 1815 at Wythe Co., Virginia.1

Narrative

     James was also known as [Rev.] James A. Brown.

Citations

  1. [S2841] Letter, Mary B. Kegley to Jack G. Taylor, 29 Auguste 1995.

William de Ros1

#69096, d. circa 1310
FatherRobert de Ros1 d. b 20 Apr 1274
MotherMargaret le Brus1 b. c 1218, d. b 30 Jan 1306/7
Relationship2nd cousin 20 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     William died circa 1310.1

Narrative

     1301, Between William son of Margaret de Ros querent and Margaret de Ros deforciant of 2 messuages 31 carucates and 45 acres land 15 mills and one half share of 3 mills with appurtenances in Helsington etc., Preston Richard etc in Westmoreland. The same is held by the said William and his heirs and the remainder to Marmaduke de Twenge in perpetuity and the said Margaret warrant the said William and his heirs and slso the said Marmaduke and his heirs. Feed of Fines 29 Edw. 1, no. 62.2

     1310, Robert de Gylpine holds of William de Ros a moiety of the hamlet of Tranethayte for 5s. cornage and 18d. puture; Cal. Inq. vi, 424. Thomas de Alneto holds of William de Ros the manor of Coningswyk and the moiety of the hamlet of Tranethayth for 1 lb. pepper; and the moiety of Brathela for one twentieth fee and ½ lb. of cummin; ib. V, 118, 119. William de Patton holds of the same William a messuage and 30 a. in Brathels for ¾ lb. pepper and 5d. puture; John de Lee hold 1 messuage and 20 a. in Brathela for ¼ lb. pepper; ib. 1310, William de Ros held at his death a moiety of the hamlet of Tranethayt which Thomas de Alneto held of him as above, a moiety of the hamlet of Trahethayth, which Robert de Gylpine held of him by the service of 5s. to cornage and 18d. yearly for puture; the hamlet of Grenrig (in demesne) in which are 26 tenants holdaing a messuage each worth 6d. yearly and 191 a. land held between them, each acre worth 4d; a water-mill, worth 40s. yearly and a fulling-mill, worth 10s. yearly; Cal. Inq. V, 118-9.1

Citations

  1. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Underbarrow, Bradley Field and Cunswick', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 1 (1923) pp. 355-76.
  2. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Helsington and Sizergh', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 1 (1923) pp. 355-76.

Walter de Strickland1

#69097
FatherWilliam de Strickland1
MotherElizabeth de Eincourt1
Relationship19th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Narrative

     1298, Walter de Stirkeland, Baldwin de Shepesheved and Sibly his wife recover by replevin their lands in Helsington, seized for default against Agatha late wife of Thomas de Parys; Cal. Close R. 1298, p. 293. Agnes late the wife of John de Warrewyk demands against Walter de Styrkeland a messuage and 20 a. land in Helsinton and Biggerster; ib., Trin., 124, m. 68 d.1

     1299, Protection for Walter de Stirkeland, knt., going to Scotland in the king's service with Marmaduke de Twenge; Cal. Pat. R. 1299, p. 456.1

     1300-05, William de Stirkeland grants to his son and heir, Walter de Stirkeland, the land and waste in Le Howis between Le Kilnebek and the bounds of Syressergh, his land of Brigster and the land late Adam Ward's in Syressergh. Withnesses: Gilbert de Brunolvisheved, Robert de Wessington, Roland de Patton, William de Gylpyn, Henry de Guyp, Richard de Derley, Baldweyn de Schipesheved; Orig. D. at Sizergh. Small circular seal of green wax on a shield the arms of Strickland. Legend: s. WILL'I DE STE[RKELAND].1

     1303, A cornor to be elected in place of William de Stirkeland, who is incapacitated by infirmity; ib., 1303, p. 113. John del Howes releases to Walter de Estirkelande his land and tenement in Sitheserge, which he had of the gift and Feoffment of Sir William de Sterkelande, father of the said Walter. Witnesses: Richard de Prestone, knt., Thomas de Pykering, Robert de Wessington, Nicholas de Leyburne, Richard de Derley, Benedict Gernette, Baudewyn the clerk; Orig. at Sizergh.1

     1303, Walter de Stirkeland complains to the king that whereas William de Stirkeland, his father alienated to Adam Warde a messuage 30 a. in Helsington, parcel of the land which the same William held by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Elizabeth late his wife, daughter of Ralph de Aynecourt, mother of the complainant, whose heir he is, against the form of the Statue of Gloucester, wherefore Walter impleaded Adam in the Bench and because Adam committed felony the tenement was seized into the king's hands. A jury find that the alienation was made before the enactment of said statute, to hold for 1d. yearly; the tenements were taken inton the king's hands by Roger de la Quisine (de Coquina), cornorer, on Thursday before the feast of St. George the Martyr, 29 Edward I, for the felony of the said Adam, viz. for the death of Henry le Mouner, slain; Inq. p. m., 31 Edw. I, n. 130,1

     1303-10, Benedict del Howes grants to Walter son of Sir William de Stirkland the messuage and land in the hamlet (sic) of Levenes which he had by the feoffment of the said Sir William. Witnesses: Sir Matthew de Redeman, Adam son of John Gernet, Thomas de Nyandeshergh, Roger de Levenes, Benedict Gernet, Robert de Syggeswyk, Henry de Syggeswyk; Orig. at Sizergh.2

     1306, Walter de Stirkeland and John Collan acknowledge that they owe Hugh de Stubbes a sack of wool, worth 6½m; ib., 1306, p. 440. Baldwyn de Schepeshevid and Sibyl his wife releases to Walter de Stirkeland all actions by reason of detention of land in Le Howes, called Sulkorn-rydding and Great Gresgarth, Dated at Kirkeby in Kendale on Tuesday after the Epiphany, 34 Edward [I]; Orig. at Sizergh.1

     1307, Grant, for good services rendered in Scotland, to Walter de Stirkland of free warren in his demense land in Helsyngton, Heveresham and Barton; Cal. Chart. R., iii, 100.1

     1311, Adam Warde of Kendal releases to Walter de Strikland, knt., his right in lands which he formerly held in Scyresergh in the vill of Helsington, and in Levenis. Given at Kyrkeby in Kendal on Sunday before the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 5 Edwdard [II]. Witnesses: Micholas de Leyburn, Roger de Kernetby, vicar of Kyrkeby in Kendale, John de Wessington, Thomas Daunay, Roland de Patton, Richard de Derley, John de Derley, Thomas de Stirkland, Alan de Elmed, clerk; Orig. at Sizergh.1

     1317, Eda relict of Benedict del Howes releases to Sir Walter de Stirkeland her right of dower in the said Benedict's lands in Le Howes and Siritherd in the vills of Helsington and Levenes. Witnesses: Sir Matthew de Redmane, Sir Nicholas de Layburn, Thomas de Levenes, Thomas Daunay (de Alneto), Thomas de Mandeshergh, Roger son of Thomas de Lancastre. Dated at Natelound on Sunday next before St. John the Baptist, 10 Edward son of Edward; Orig. at Sizergh. Vesica shaped seal of green wax bearing a crane. Legend: S. ALICIE DE LEVENES.1

     1319, Walter de Stirkeland showed that he had recovered his seisin against Marmaduke de Twenge and others of common of his pasture of Helsyngton and Stirkeland Ketel, but had again been disseised; Abbrev. R. Original, i, 249 ff.1

     1321, Commission to certain justices on the complaint of Walter de Stirkeland that William son of Marmaduke de Twenge, John de Hastthorp, Jordan de Dalden, Peter de Tonewyche, Robert de la More, Marmaduke son of JOhn de Twenge, John de Wessyngton, Robert de Wewwyngton, Thomas Ward, Ellis Gyliotson of Kyrkeby in Kendale, and Henry son of Gilbert de Crakhale with armed men came to his manor in Sighritheserd, while he was under the king's protection, and borke his close and houses and the doors and window of the houses and set fire to the said housed, carried away his goods and Gilbert de Crakhale, his bondman, assaulted his servants and fixed the fingers of some of them into holes of posts with pins (kivillis) and beat others of them; Cal. Pat. R., 1321, p. 56; 1317-21, p. 610.1

     1323, On Sunday in Mid-Lent, 16 Edward II, Richard Bowet came to Walter de Stirkeland, at Syricherg in Kendal, who had the king's commission to receive to the king's peace the adherents of Andrew de Harticia, who wished to render themselves to his peace, and rendered himself to the said Walter, as of Andrew's household &c, and Walter received the oath of allegiance from him; Cal. Close R. 1323, p. 214.1

     1331, William de Tweng by Ralph de Lund his attorney on the 4th day against Walter de Stirkeland, John son of ROger, and John del Mire on a plea of assault and arms in the Close of the said William by Helsyngton destroying goods and chattels of the value of £10 taking things up and knocking them about to the great damage of the same William's peace. And they do not come themselves nor are represented. That they muse be distrained upon their land and they they must be present in their bodies here at Westminster 3 weeks after Easter De Banco Roll 280, memb, 126b, 4 Edw. III, 1329, 14 days after Hillary.1

Citations

  1. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Helsington and Sizergh', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 1 (1923) pp. 130-66.
  2. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.

Robert de Strickland1

#69098
Relationship21st great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Child of Robert and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Robert was also known as [Sir] Robert de Strickland.

Citations

  1. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Helsington and Sizergh', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 1 (1923) pp. 130-66.

Walter de Lindsay1

#69099, b. circa 1230, d. 2 November 1271
FatherWilliam de Lindsay1 d. 1282
MotherAvice de Lancaster1
Relationship1st cousin 21 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Walter de Lindsay was born circa 1230.1 He married Christiana ? before 1250.1 Walter died on 2 November 1271.1

Child of Walter and Christiana:

Citations

  1. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Casterton', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 326-40.

Christiana ?1

#69100

Major Life Events

     Christiana ? married Walter de Lindsay, son of William de Lindsay and Avice de Lancaster, before 1250.1

Child of Christiana and Walter:

Citations

  1. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Casterton', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 326-40.