Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar

(1823 - 1901)
     Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar was born in 1823. He was the son of Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton. Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar bore arms: azure a lion rampant or, with due difference. Hon. Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar (f. Welbore, 2nd Earl of Normanton), of Stanton House, Wilts.
     Herbert died in 1901.

Children of Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar

James Agar

(circa 1671 - 1733)
     James Agar was born circa 1671 in Ireland. He was aged 14 on the register of Kilkenny College in 1684-5. He was the son of Charles Agar and Ellis Blanchville.
     James Agar married Mary Wemyss.
     He was High Sheriff for Co. Kilkenny in 1702 & 1703. He entered parliament in 1703 as MP for Old Leighlin, which he represented until 1713....
     His will was proved in 1733 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.
     James died in 1733 in Ireland.

Children of James Agar and Mary Wemyss

James Agar (of Ringwood)

(circa 1702? - 1769)
     James Agar (of Ringwood) married Rebecca Castledurrow. James Agar (of Ringwood) was born circa 1702?. He was the son of James Agar and Mary Wemyss.
     James died in 1769.

Children of James Agar (of Ringwood) and Rebecca Castledurrow

James Agar (Viscount Clifden)

(1734 - 13 January 1789)
     James Agar (Viscount Clifden) was born in 1734 in Ireland. He was the eldest son and married by his father's will in 1743!. He was the son of Henry Agar and Ann Ellis. James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Ann Ellis, Charles Agar Earl of Normanton and Welbore Ellis Agar were beneficiaries in Henry Agar's will proved 29 November 1746 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.      
James Agar (Viscount Clifden) was MP for Gowran 1753-60 and again in 1776. In 1761 he was elected MP for co. Kilkenny.. He was an executor of Wesley Harman's estate on 20 April 1758.
     Lucy Martin married secondly James Agar (Viscount Clifden) in 1760 in Ireland. She was the widow of Hon. Henry Boyle-Walsingham. James He became Viscount Clifden after being created Baron Clifden, of Gowran in the County of Kilkenny, in 1776, also in the Peerage of Ireland on 12 January 1781.
     C.17 February 1783: Lord Clifden to Agar, Cashel, about the forthcoming general election. ... Wandesford is not to be come at, I believe [as a supporter of Lord Clifden's eldest son, Henry Welbore Agar, in Co. Kilkenny]. I heartily thank you for your reception of P[onsonb]y [or, alternatively, R - y?]. ... As to the persons I mean to bring into p[arliament], I have decided as follows, [?premising] that it is not easy to find people so circumstanced as to fortune and situation as to be willing to reside in Dublin and attend p[arliament] for other people's views or pursuits, G[eorge]Dunbar[his step-father], G. Roth[e] and P. Walsh; one seat is to be kept open for Harry [Agar, his eldest son], and in case of his success, of which there is no more doubt than what attends all popular elections, then you and I can consider who will be best to bring in. I very much like the idea of Curren [sic], but more of this when we meet. The above three I am sure will do as we choose, without murmuring. Shepherd should be spoke to to request his father to be attentive about Waterford, as G[odfrey] G[reene]'s great attack is to be there. He is decidedly against us and declares his opposition is to my son alone, on account of his brother's disappointment through you. ...

A thousand thanks to my sister [Mrs Agar] for the trouble she has taken in writing to Lady C.R. I am sure it will do. We shall prove very kind to our antagonist with respect to votes here, for of about 80, he will not have the expense or trouble of bringing a coachfull in case the poll goes on.
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     James died on 13 January 1789.

Children of James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Lucy Martin

James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton

(1818 - 1896)
     James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton was born in 1818. He was the son of Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton.      
James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton was MP for Ireland.
     James died in 1896.

Children of James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton

John Ellis Agar

     John Ellis Agar was the son of James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Lucy Martin.

Laura Mary O'Neill Agar

(1875 - )
     Laura Mary O'Neill Agar was born in 1875. She was the daughter of Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar.

Peter Agar

(circa 1682 - )
     Peter Agar was born circa 1682 in Ireland. He was aged 12 on the Kilkenny College register in 1694. He was the son of Charles Agar and Ellis Blanchville.

seven daughters Agar

     Seven daughters Agar was born in Hampshire, England. See Debrett for full details. She was the daughter of Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton.

Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton

(9 April 1865 - )
     Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton was born on 9 April 1865 in England. He was the son of James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar 3rd Earl of Normanton.

Children of Sidney James Agar 4th Earl of Normanton

Welbore Ellis Agar

(1735 - October 1805)
     Welbore Ellis Agar was born in 1735 in Ireland. Second son according to his father's will 1743.. He was the son of Henry Agar and Ann Ellis. Welbore Ellis Agar and Ann Ellis, James Agar (Viscount Clifden) and Charles Agar Earl of Normanton were beneficiaries in Henry Agar's will proved 29 November 1746 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Welbore Ellis Agar was listed as a Freeman of the city of Fethard, Tipperary, in 1800.
     Welbore died in October 1805.

Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton

(1778 - 1868)
     Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton was born in 1778 in Ireland. He was the son of Charles Agar Earl of Normanton and Jane Benson.
     Welbore died in 1868 in Ireland.

Children of Welbore Ellis Agar 2nd Earl of Normanton

Mary Agas

(before 1715 - )
     Mary Agas was born before 1715 in Suffolk, England.
     Mary Agas married John Cocksedge in 1744 in Stanton St John, Suffolk. He is stated to be of Cockfield, by the IGI submitter.

James Ager

     James Ager married Charlotte Cocksedge, daughter of Joseph Cocksedge and Susanna Unknown, on 16 September 1821 in Lt Livermere, Suffolk.

Alexander Agnew

( - 1680)
     Alexander Agnew married Sarah Elizabeth Dunbar, daughter of Sir John Dunbar and Elizabeth Kennedy.
     Alexander died in 1680.

Rebecca Aguilar

(circa 1830 - )
     Rebecca Aguilar was born circa 1830 She is probably the 10 year old Rebecca Emma, daughter or more likely grand-daughter of Rebecca Aguilar, aged 73 in the 1841 census in Paddington, Middlesex.
     Rebecca Aguilar married Thomas Dawson Campbell, son of William Duncan Campbell and Rebecca Bowker, on 20 May 1849 in St James, Clerkenwell, Clerkenwell RD, Middlesex. Thomas Campbell, 32, bachelor, & Rebecca Aguilar, 18, spinster, both of St Paul's Terrace, son of William Duncan Campbell, gentleman & daughter of Joseph Aguilar, merchant. Both signed in the presence of Joseph Aguilar, jr.
Her presumed brother Joseph Orlando Aguilar on 29 Oct 1858 married Sarah Frances Rebecca Burgess at Newington Holy Trinity.
     Rebecca Aguilar and Thomas Dawson Campbell were recorded on the 1851 census in 77 Lambeth Walk, Lambeth, Surrey. Arthur E Forty, 66, stationer & toyman, born Birmingham, his wife Emmeline Forty, 56, net lace maker, born Jamaica, Frederick Aguilar, 49, brother in law, surgeon out of practice, born St Pancras; Thomas D Campbell     34, nephew by marriage, accountant, born Worksop, Ntt; Rebecca Campbell 20, niece, born Paddington, Mdx.

Bridget Ahern

(before 1815 - )
     Bridget Ahern was born before 1815.
     Bridget Ahern married Denis Colbert (of Kilworth) before 1833 in Ireland.

Children of Bridget Ahern and Denis Colbert (of Kilworth)

Ellen Ahern

(before 1848 - )
     Ellen Ahern married James Colbert (of Walshtown More RD). Ellen Ahern was born before 1848 in Cork, Ireland.

Children of Ellen Ahern and James Colbert (of Walshtown More RD)

Ellen Ahern

Child of Ellen Ahern

Ellen Ahern

     Ellen Ahern married Patrick Colbert before 1831.

Child of Ellen Ahern and Patrick Colbert

Frances Alice Ahern

(before 1849 - )
     Frances Alice Ahern was born before 1849.
     Frances Alice Ahern married Edward Handy, son of John Trougher Handy and Catherine Newman, on 3 August 1870 in the Register Office, Dublin, Ireland. The marriage was also recorded in the RC chapel of St Mary & St Peter in Rathmines. They are Megan's ancestors.

Child of Frances Alice Ahern and Edward Handy

Margaret Ahern

(before 1845 - )
     Margaret Ahern married William Colbert (of Walshtown More RD). Margaret Ahern was born before 1845 in Cork, Ireland.

Children of Margaret Ahern and William Colbert (of Walshtown More RD)

Mary Ahern

(circa 1773 - 14 January 1814)
     Mary Ahern was born circa 1773 in Cork, Ireland.
     Mary Ahern married Patrick Colbert.
     Mary died on 14 January 1814 in Clonmult, Cork, Ireland.

Children of Mary Ahern and Patrick Colbert

Maggie Lily Aitken

     Maggie Lily Aitken was commonly known as Lily.
     Maggie Lily Aitken married Reginald Cranmer Sarjeant, son of Joseph Sargeant and Emily Elizabeth Unknown, in 1916 in New Zealand.
     Maggie Lily Aitken and Reginald Cranmer Sarjeant lived at 85 Matai Street, Riccarton, New Zealand, 1935.

Richard Al???

(before 1589 - )
     Richard Al??? was born before 1589.
     Richard Al??? married Elizabeth Unknown (Popplewell) on 24 October 1609 in Belton, Lincolnshire.

Charles Albins

(circa 1890 - 19 December 1945)
     Charles Albins was born circa 1890 in Victoria. A George Albins, the son of Charles Albins & Emma Freemantle was born in 1891 at Dunolly but no Charles is listed.
     Charles Albins married Florence Ann MacPherson, daughter of William MacPherson and Isabella Forbes, in 1923 in Victoria.
     Charles died on 19 December 1945 in Timor, Victoria. He was buried in Timor.

Elizabeth de Aldeburgh

(before October 1364 - 21 December 1417 or 1434)
     Elizabeth de Aldeburgh was born before October 1364 in Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir William de Aldeburgh and Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle.
     Elizabeth de Aldeburgh married Sir Bryan de Stapleton say 1380.
     Elizabeth, late wife of Bryan Stapylton, Knt, and William de Ryther, Kt and Sybil his wife, another of the systors and heirs of William de Aldburgh, deceased, gave Cr. for ye manor of Harwood, Lofthouse, Stobhouse, Hoby, Weton, Rigton in the Forest, Est Keswyk, Dunkeswike, Helthwayte, Wardeley, Stoketon, which are all of the manor of Harewool, 14 Richard II.
     One week from St Michael, 16 Richard [II] [6 October 1392].
Parties: Robert Conestable of Flaynburgh', knight, and Peter Tillyoll', knight, querents, and William de Ryther, knight, and Sibel, his wife, and Elizabeth, who was the wife of Brian de Stapilton', knight, the younger, deforciants.
Property:     40 marks of rent issuing from the manors of Harewod' and Kereby and 60 messuages, 20 tofts, 12 carucates of land, 100 acres of meadow, 1000 acres of meadow and 30 acres of wood in Harewod', Kereby, Carleton', Dunkesewyk' and Kirkeby Orblawers.
Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William and Sibel and Elizabeth have acknowledged the rent to be the right of Robert, and have rendered it to Robert and Peter in the court, to receive each year by the hands of William and Sibel and Elizabeth and the heirs of Sibel and Elizabeth, to wit, 5 marks at the feast of St Martin, 5 marks at Christmas, 5 marks at the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 5 marks at the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary, 5 marks at the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 5 marks at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, 5 marks at the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary and also 5 marks at the feast of St Michael, to Robert and Peter and the heirs of Robert, for ever. Robert and Peter and the heirs of Robert shall have the right to distrain.
For this:     Robert and Peter ha
ve given them 500 marks of silver.. Elizabeth de Aldeburgh were the heirs of William de Aldeburgh at the Inquisition Post Mortem held in Lincoln, on 18 October 1392. Inquisitions taken 18 January & 16 May 1392: #1077 Writ 18 Oct [1392] at Spillesby, Thursday after St Hilary, 15 Richard II; William de Aldeburgh held the undermentioned messuages etc. in his demesne as of fee: Waynefleet, 4 messuages, 6 tofts, 8 acres land, 6 acres pasture and 2 acres marsh, held of the Earl of Kent, the lord de Roos & others by knight's service. He died on 20 Aug last. Elizabeth late the wife of Bryan de Stapilton the younger kt, aged 28 years & more, and Sybil wife of William de Ryther kt. aged 25 & more, are his sisters & heirs. The said Wm de Ryther & Sybil have issue.
     #1078 Inquisition taken at Harwod, 16 May 15 Richard II: he was seised in his demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned messuage and 2 acres land in Harwod and rent of £4/6/1 in Harwod, etc. He held the manor of Kelfeld jointly with Margery his wife deceased by gift & grant of William de Kyrkeby, chaplain and Robert de Tyndale to William de Aldburgh his father, deceased, for life... and to the right heirs of the said Wm de Aldburgh his father.

     He was also seised of the under-mentioned reversion: Harwod, a messuage and 2 acres land and £4/6/11 rent and value of services to be received yearly for 30 messuages and 7 carucates, 18 bovates of land in Harwod, Lofthous, Stubhous, Hoby, Weton, Rygton in le Foreste, Estkeswyke, Dunkeswyke, Helthwayt, Horsford, Yedon, Werdley, Stokton and Estcarlton in the hands of divers free tenants, all which were lately parcels of the manor of Harwod, which (inc. the above) is immediately of the king in chief, as of the crown, by service on one knight's fee and service of rendering 18/- yearly at Michaelmas to the king and his heirs by the hands of the sheriff of the county for fines of the wapentake of Skyrak. Kelfeld: the manor, held of John de Percy of Kyldale by knight's service. Harwod: the reversion of two thirds of 2 messuages and 6 acres of land and meadow, held by Robert Playard and Emma his wife for the life of the said Emma. The said messuages and land are held of the prior and convent of Bolton in socage by service 2/- yearly.
     To the treasurer and the barons of the exchequer. Order not to trouble William de Rythere knight for his homage, releasing any distress upon him made; as for a fine paid in the hanaper the king respited to a day past the homages of Elizabeth who was wife of Brian de Stapelton knight the younger, and of William de Rythere who to wife Sibyl his other sister and hire, commanding livery to be given them of their respective purparties; and the king has taken the homage of Wiliam de Rythere due for the said Sibyl's purparty by reason of issue between them begotten. Oct 21st. To the same. Like order concerning the said Elizabeth.
     Elizabeth de Aldeburgh married Richard Redman as her second husband, say 1394 in Yorkshire. She was Aged 28 & more in 1392, widow of Sir Bryan Stapleton who was son & heir of Sir Brian Stapleton of Carlton Yks but d v p. She married secondly between 7 Sep 1393 and 16 July 1399 Sir Richard Redman of Levens, Westmorland. Her heir was her grandson Brian Stapleton. Her second husband's heir was Richard Redman, his grandson.
     Around 1397, Richard's second marriage to the widowed Elizabeth, daughter and eventual co-heiress of William, 1st Lord Aldburgh, brought the Redmans a share of large estates around the manor of Harewood, and after disinheriting Elizabeth's son, Sir Brian Stapleton, Richard's family shared Harewood with the other co-heirs the Rythers, for many years. Matthew, Richard's only son from his first marriage, died young and childless, while his elder son by Elizabeth, another Matthew, also predeceased his father, leaving a son Richard (b.1416).
     Elizabeth de Aldeburgh was mentioned between June 1394 and June 1395.
     Sir Richard's wife appears among the legatees in the will of Sir Thomas Roos, of Ingmanthorp, an old family friend, dated 16th July, 1399 : — " Item lego
domino Elizabethas Redman, meam legendam Sancto- rum " ; and again, fourteen years later. Sir Henry Vavasour, of Haslewood, remembers her to the extent of leaving her a gold ring : — " Item lego dominas Elizabethse de Redman unum annulum de auro." .
     Elizabeth died on 21 December 1417 or 1434. Her heir was her grandson, Brian Stapleton. She was buried in 1434 in Dominican Friars preachers, York, Yorkshire. She and her husband have an alabaster chest tomb at Harewood Church.

Children of Elizabeth de Aldeburgh and Sir Bryan de Stapleton

Children of Elizabeth de Aldeburgh and Richard Redman

Sibyl de Aldeburgh

(circa 1362 - 3 September 1439)
     King Richard the second, granted licence to Elizabeth, who had been the wife of Sir Brian Stapleton, the younger, Knight, and to William de Rither, Chr. and Sibyll his wife, to give to the Prior and Covent of Beauvale, each of them forty shillings a year out of their respective moyeties of the Mannors of Kirkbye Orblawers, and Kereby, for two Monks, more especially to celebrate in the Church of Beauvale, for the souls of William de Aldburgh the elder Chr. (fn. 5) (fn. 6) and Elizabeth his wife, and William de Aldburgh his son and heir (brother of the said Elizabeth, and Sibyll) and Margery his wife, and of Edward Balid, Chr. which they did accordingly, and William Rather, and Sibyll his his wife, Mich. 18 R. 2, levied a Fine; which Rents, after some time of intermission of payment, William de Rither, Knight, their son, and Robert de Rither, Knight, his son and heir, restored to Thomas Metheley the Prior and his successours, he forgiving them all the arrears, except 40s. of silver, which they were to satisfie to the Noble and Rev. Guy Fairfax, which he had paid to the said Prior and Covent, for which the said Will. and Sibyll, and William and Robert their wives and children in their lives, and after their deaths, were to have full participation of all the Masses, Prayers, Psalms, Watchings, Disciplines, Fastings, Alms, and other spiritual exercises of the said House of Beauvale.. Sibyl de Aldeburgh was born circa 1362 in Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir William de Aldeburgh and Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle.
     Sibyl de Aldeburgh married Sir William Ryther, son of Robert Ryther Lord of Ryther and Margaret Tothby, circa 1379.
     One week from St Michael, 16 Richard [II] [6 October 1392].
Parties: Robert Conestable of Flaynburgh', knight, and Peter Tillyoll', knight, querents, and William de Ryther, knight, and Sibel, his wife, and Elizabeth, who was the wife of Brian de Stapilton', knight, the younger, deforciants.
Property:     40 marks of rent issuing from the manors of Harewod' and Kereby and 60 messuages, 20 tofts, 12 carucates of land, 100 acres of meadow, 1000 acres of meadow and 30 acres of wood in Harewod', Kereby, Carleton', Dunkesewyk' and Kirkeby Orblawers.
Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William and Sibel and Elizabeth have acknowledged the rent to be the right of Robert, and have rendered it to Robert and Peter in the court, to receive each year by the hands of William and Sibel and Elizabeth and the heirs of Sibel and Elizabeth, to wit, 5 marks at the feast of St Martin, 5 marks at Christmas, 5 marks at the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 5 marks at the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary, 5 marks at the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 5 marks at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, 5 marks at the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary and also 5 marks at the feast of St Michael, to Robert and Peter and the heirs of Robert, for ever. Robert and Peter and the heirs of Robert shall have the right to distrain.
For this:     Robert and Peter ha
ve given them 500 marks of silver.. Sibyl de Aldeburgh were the heirs of William de Aldeburgh at the Inquisition Post Mortem held in Lincoln, on 18 October 1392. Inquisitions taken 18 January & 16 May 1392: #1077 Writ 18 Oct [1392] at Spillesby, Thursday after St Hilary, 15 Richard II; William de Aldeburgh held the undermentioned messuages etc. in his demesne as of fee: Waynefleet, 4 messuages, 6 tofts, 8 acres land, 6 acres pasture and 2 acres marsh, held of the Earl of Kent, the lord de Roos & others by knight's service. He died on 20 Aug last. Elizabeth late the wife of Bryan de Stapilton the younger kt, aged 28 years & more, and Sybil wife of William de Ryther kt. aged 25 & more, are his sisters & heirs. The said Wm de Ryther & Sybil have issue.
     #1078 Inquisition taken at Harwod, 16 May 15 Richard II: he was seised in his demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned messuage and 2 acres land in Harwod and rent of £4/6/1 in Harwod, etc. He held the manor of Kelfeld jointly with Margery his wife deceased by gift & grant of William de Kyrkeby, chaplain and Robert de Tyndale to William de Aldburgh his father, deceased, for life... and to the right heirs of the said Wm de Aldburgh his father.

     He was also seised of the under-mentioned reversion: Harwod, a messuage and 2 acres land and £4/6/11 rent and value of services to be received yearly for 30 messuages and 7 carucates, 18 bovates of land in Harwod, Lofthous, Stubhous, Hoby, Weton, Rygton in le Foreste, Estkeswyke, Dunkeswyke, Helthwayt, Horsford, Yedon, Werdley, Stokton and Estcarlton in the hands of divers free tenants, all which were lately parcels of the manor of Harwod, which (inc. the above) is immediately of the king in chief, as of the crown, by service on one knight's fee and service of rendering 18/- yearly at Michaelmas to the king and his heirs by the hands of the sheriff of the county for fines of the wapentake of Skyrak. Kelfeld: the manor, held of John de Percy of Kyldale by knight's service. Harwod: the reversion of two thirds of 2 messuages and 6 acres of land and meadow, held by Robert Playard and Emma his wife for the life of the said Emma. The said messuages and land are held of the prior and convent of Bolton in socage by service 2/- yearly.
     Two weeks from St Martin, 16 Richard [II] [25 November 1392].
Parties: William Gascoigne and John, his brother, clerk, querents, and [William] de Rither, knight, and Sibel, his wife, deforciants.
Property:     A moiety of 60 acres of land, of 8 acres of meadow, of 4 acres of wood and of 16 acres of pasture in Harwod', Gaukethorp' and Hederik'.
Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William de Rither and Sibel have acknowledged the moiety to be the right of William Gascoigne, as that which the same William and John have of their gift, and have remised and quitclaimed it from themselves and the heirs of Sibel to William Gascoigne and John and the heirs of William for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this:William Gascoigne [and] John have given them 20 pounds sterling.
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     To the treasurer and the barons of the exchequer. Order not to trouble William de Rythere knight for his homage, releasing any distress upon him made; as for a fine paid in the hanaper the king respited to a day past the homages of Elizabeth who was wife of Brian de Stapelton knight the younger, and of William de Rythere who to wife Sibyl his other sister and hire, commanding livery to be given them of their respective purparties; and the king has taken the homage of Wiliam de Rythere due for the said Sibyl's purparty by reason of issue between them begotten. Oct 21st. To the same. Like order concerning the said Elizabeth.
     Sibyl de Aldeburgh was mentioned between June 1394 and June 1395.
     One week from St Hilary, 22 Richard [II] [20 January 1399].
Parties: William Gascoigne, Richard Gascoigne and Robert Gellesthorp', chaplain, querents, and William de Ryther, knight, and Sibel, his wife, deforciants.
Property:     1 toft, 100 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow and 6 acres of wood in Harewode and a moiety of the manor of Ker[e?]by.
Action:     Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William de Ryther and Sibel have acknowledged the tenements and moiety to be the right of William Gascoigne, as those which the same William, Richard and Robert have of their gift, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Sibel to William Gascoigne, Richard and Robert and the heirs of William for ever.
Warranty for William Gascoigne, Richard and Robert have given them 100 pounds sterling..
     In 1343-4 the holding was granted by John Percy to William Aldborough, (fn. 45) and, described as the manor of Kelfield, it passed on William's death about 1388 to his son William. (fn. 46) The latter was dead by 1392, when the manor passed to his sisters Sibyl, wife of William of Ryther, and Elizabeth, wife of Brian Stapleton. (fn. 47) In 1402 Sibyl and William granted their half of the manor to Nicholas Gascoigne (fn. 48) and in 1417 Elizabeth and her then husband Richard Redeman granted the other half to William Gascoigne (d. 1422). (fn. 49) In 1449 another William Gascoigne granted the manor to Henry Vavasour. (fn. 50) It was later held by William (d. 1500), John (d. 1524), and William (d. by 1566) Vavasour, (fn. 51) and in 1577 John Vavasour sold it to Thomas Stillington. (fn. 52) It subsequently descended with the capital manor. (fn. 53)
In 1591 the manor-house of the Vavasour manor was known as Auburn Hall. (fn. 54)
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     At Westminster. One week from St John the Baptist, 4 Henry [IV] [1 July 1403].
Parties: William Barker of Tadcastre and Thomas Thwaytes of Lofthous, querents, and William de Ryther, knight, and Sibel, his wife, deforciants.
Property:     A moiety of the manors of Harrewod' and Kirkebyorblawers.
Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William de Ryther and Sibel have acknowledged the moiety to be the right of William Barker, as that which the same William and Thomas have of their gift.
For this: William Barker and Thomas have granted to William de Ryther and Sibel the moiety and have rendered it to them in the same court, to hold to William de Ryther and Sibel and the male heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Sibel.
     On the 14th March 1408, there having happened a great difference between Sir William de Ryther and Sibilla his wife, he appeared before Henry Archbishop of York (then at the manor of Cawood) where he took corporal oath thenceforth to use her honestly and kindly observing certain articles (1) To do her no bodily harm or imprison her, but keep her in full freedom as a man of his degree ought to do with his wife, without doing or saying anything that may be reproof or villany to her person (2) To void Marion of Grindon out of his company and out of his children's company as long as the aforesaid Sibill lives, and to have nothing to do with the aforesaid Marion by way of sin (3) To find his wife and her maiden and her chamberer meat and drink reasonable for her estate. Witnessed by Richard Redmayne [Brother-in-law & co-occupier of Harewood Castle], Sir Henry Vavasour [manorial Lord], Henry Fitzhenry (Archbishop of York].
     On the 21 July 1432 Sibilla, widow of William de Ryther was patron of Ryther church.
     Sybil Ryther, formerly the wife of the late William Ryther, kt, Yorks.
     Sibyl died on 3 September 1439 in Harewood, Yorkshire. At his mother's death in 1439, Wm Ryther was aged 60. This means that she was 12 when he was born!. She was buried after 3 September 1439 in Harewood.
     Sibyl de Aldeburgh was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Yorkshire, on 3 October 1439 SIBYL RITHER , Lately wife of William Rither, Knight: 436 Writ. ‡ Wookey. 9 September 1439. [Louthe].
YORKSHIRE. Inquisition [indented]. York. 3 October 1439. [Fitzwilliam].
John Rowdon ; Henry Dynelay ; William Ottour ; Richard Ledys ; John Ottour ; John Thomlynson ; Robert Hopwod ; William Marchall ; William Westowe ; Thomas Beste ; Robert Rute ; and Roger Saxton.
There is a manor called Harewood, the site of which is a castle, called the castle of Harewood, and she was seised of the following from this manor in demesne as of fee.
Harewood, 1/2 manor, except the entire site of the castle with an close called ‘le Conyngarth’, held, exceptions excepted, of the king in chief as 1/4 knight’s fee. In the moiety, there are 45 a. demesne land, each acre worth 5d. yearly; an close called ‘Stoktonfeld’ with a parcel called ‘le Fyttes’ that contains 200 a. land, each acre worth 5d. yearly; a parcel of land called ‘Sandebed’ that contains 4 a. land, each acre worth 4d. yearly; a common pasture called ‘Herwod More’ that contains 1000 a. moor and wood waste, worth nothing yearly; 2 burgages in the vill, each worth 12d. yearly; 2 cottages there, each worth 12d. yearly; a smithy, worth 12d. yearly; 1/2 oven, worth 12d. yearly; and 32s. service rent from various free tenants, payable at Martinmas and Pentecost equally. Dunkeswick, parcel of 1/2 manor of Harewood. There are 8 messuages, worth nothing yearly; and 17 bovates, each worth 4s. yearly. Healthwaite, parcel of 1/2 manor of Harewood. There are 3 messuages, each worth 6d. yearly; and 4 bovates and meadow, each worth 4s. yearly.
She died on 3 September last. William Rither, knight , is her son and next heir, and aged 60 and more.
[Head:] Delivered to court on 20 October 1439.
C 139/101/68 mm. 1–2.
     Sir William Ryther was her son & heir. The 1491 Inquisition implies that Harewood came to the Rythers by the gift of Thomas Thwaytes and William Barker, made by way of a fine, with the King's licence, to Wm Ryther, kt., and Sibyl his wife ... remainder to her right heirs.

Children of Sibyl de Aldeburgh and Sir William Ryther

William de Aldeburgh

(before May 1358 - 20 August 1391)
     William de Aldeburgh was born before May 1358 in Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Sir William de Aldeburgh and Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle.
     Petitioners: William de Aldeburgh (Aldborough) addresses the King: William de Aldeburgh requests permission to enclose and improve his land called Swindon, part of the manor of Harewood in Wharfedale, which he holds of the king in chief, and in which the game from the forest of Knaresborough are pastured, and also that he might be able to profit from the white oaks (cheynes blaunkes) there.
of] Yorkshire; Wharfedale, [West Riding of Yorkshire]; the Forest of Knaresborough, [West Riding of Yorkshire]. It mentions [Edmund of Almaine] Earl of Cornwall; [Isabel de Forz], Countess of Aumale; Hugh de Hastynges (Hastings)
Date: A note on the guard of the petition says 'c. 1364' but CPR 1361-4 p.51, which is dated at Westminster, 16 June 1364, shows that the manor still belonged to Robert de Insula then. He may have been the father of William's wife, and the enfeoffment done to allow him to settle it on the couple after his death: in any case, as CPR 1364-7 p.355, dated at Windsor, 27 December 1366, shows, Harewood was in his possession then, and this is the best approximate date we have for the petition
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     William de Aldeburgh married Margery Sutton (Maulay) after 1377 in England.      
William de Aldeburgh and Sir William de Aldeburgh paid the poll tax in 1379 in Harewood, Yorkshire. Harwod: Willelmus de Aldeburgh, Chivaler, xx sh; Willelmus filius ejusdem Willelmi, Esquier, 3/4 not having possession of lands, rents or castles, in service "ou ad este armez". William de Aldeburgh was the heir of Sir William de Aldeburgh at the Inquisition Post Mortem held in May 1388. William, son and heir of William was aged 30 and more at his father's death.
     William de Aldeburgh made a will dated 14 November 1390 in Harewood, YKS. William was of Harwode, and describes himself as a chivaler; he mentions the friars of Everwyck, his wife Margerie who is made executor. An annotation describes him as the only son Wililam de ldburgh, Lord of Harewood by foeffment of Robert Lord Lisle de Rougemonte, the brother of Elizabeth his wife.
     William died on 20 August 1391 in Harewood, YKS. He was buried in Dominican Friars preachers, York, Yorkshire.
     His will was proved on 6 September 1391 at York, Yorkshire.
     William de Aldeburgh was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Lincoln, on 18 October 1392. Inquisitions taken 18 January & 16 May 1392: #1077 Writ 18 Oct [1392] at Spillesby, Thursday after St Hilary, 15 Richard II; William de Aldeburgh held the undermentioned messuages etc. in his demesne as of fee: Waynefleet, 4 messuages, 6 tofts, 8 acres land, 6 acres pasture and 2 acres marsh, held of the Earl of Kent, the lord de Roos & others by knight's service. He died on 20 Aug last. Elizabeth late the wife of Bryan de Stapilton the younger kt, aged 28 years & more, and Sybil wife of William de Ryther kt. aged 25 & more, are his sisters & heirs. The said Wm de Ryther & Sybil have issue.
     #1078 Inquisition taken at Harwod, 16 May 15 Richard II: he was seised in his demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned messuage and 2 acres land in Harwod and rent of £4/6/1 in Harwod, etc. He held the manor of Kelfeld jointly with Margery his wife deceased by gift & grant of William de Kyrkeby, chaplain and Robert de Tyndale to William de Aldburgh his father, deceased, for life... and to the right heirs of the said Wm de Aldburgh his father.

     He was also seised of the under-mentioned reversion: Harwod, a messuage and 2 acres land and £4/6/11 rent and value of services to be received yearly for 30 messuages and 7 carucates, 18 bovates of land in Harwod, Lofthous, Stubhous, Hoby, Weton, Rygton in le Foreste, Estkeswyke, Dunkeswyke, Helthwayt, Horsford, Yedon, Werdley, Stokton and Estcarlton in the hands of divers free tenants, all which were lately parcels of the manor of Harwod, which (inc. the above) is immediately of the king in chief, as of the crown, by service on one knight's fee and service of rendering 18/- yearly at Michaelmas to the king and his heirs by the hands of the sheriff of the county for fines of the wapentake of Skyrak. Kelfeld: the manor, held of John de Percy of Kyldale by knight's service. Harwod: the reversion of two thirds of 2 messuages and 6 acres of land and meadow, held by Robert Playard and Emma his wife for the life of the said Emma. The said messuages and land are held of the prior and convent of Bolton in socage by service 2/- yearly.
     William de Aldeburgh was mentioned between June 1394 and June 1395. He founded a chantry for masses for his soul in 18 Ricard II.

Sir William de Aldeburgh

(before 1330 - 1 April 1388)
     Baronia Anglica Concentrata v. 2 p. 38: states: Sir William de Aldeburgh had summons to Parliament from the 44 Edw III to the 10 of Richard II, the following of which he died. His summons appears to from his marriage to Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Robert, Lord Lisle, of Rougemont, who, as his ancestors had been, was repeatedly summoned to the Parliament among the earls and barons of the realm. By this marriage he acquired the manor or barony of Harewood, which had come to the said Robert de Lisle, by descent from the heiress of William de Courcey, theretofore possessor of the same. By Elizabeth de Lisle, he had issue, William, his son and heir; and two daughters viz Elizabeth and Sybil.
William de Aldeburgh, the second, did not long survive his father, but died the 15 Richard II, without issue, or at least without any which survived him; for according to his will, proved in 1391, it seems he had an infant child whose name is not mentioned, but merely cursorily referred to, as well as Margery, or Margaret, his wife, in the words, 'Margeria ma feme mon infans'. This Margery his wife (who was widow of Peter de Maulay, son and heir apparent to Peter the 6 Maulay, and died in his father's life time) was one of the daughters and co-heirs of Sir Thomas Sutton, of Holderness, and outlived her husband Aldeburgh, but died shortly after him; her will being proved in the same year 1391, in which she mentions her son Peter Maulay, her son John Maulay, and her daughters Constance & Elizabeth Maulay; she also mentions Elizabeth Stapleton. She was buried with her last husband in the church of Dominican Friars of York.
Of the sisters and co-heirs of William de Aldeburgh, Elizabeth was aetat 28 and then wife of Bryan Stapleton, the younger. Sibilla, the other sister and co-heir, was aetat 25, and wife of William Ryther.
Elizabeth, after the death of her husband Stapleton, re-married Sir Richard Redman, and had issue by him, as stated in the table of descent, which issue had the Harewood estate, and afterwards divided the same with the Ryther family, which circumstance gives reason to believe that she had not any issue by her first marriage with Stapleton, or otherwise that issue would have succeeded to Harewood; but inasmuch as some heralds have derived the Stapletons of Carlton for the said marriage, that has been inserted in the table to be received 'de bene esse'
. Sir William de Aldeburgh was born before 1330 in England. He was the son of Sir Ives Aldeburgh and Mary Unknown (Aldeburgh).
     Sir William de Aldeburgh was mentioned in a deed dated 13 November 1347 in Roxburghshire, Scotland. Edw III confirmed to William, son and heir of Ives de Aldeburgh, lands in Brokesmouth, co. Roxburgh, which Edward Balliol, King of Scotland had given to Ives. Mary, widow of Sir Ives de Aldeburgh, gave to William, her son, lands in Aldeburgh: 22 Edw III. William was termed "vallettus magnifici principis Edwardis de Balliolo, regis Scotie consanguinei nostri carissimi", 22 Jan 1350/51 to 6 September 1352, and miles of the said King 6 August 1353. The arms of Balliol still exist at Harewood Castle after 22 January 1350/51, in Scotland. He gave lands in Aldbrough 26 Edw III to an unknown person in 1351/52 in Yorkshire, England.
     Sir William de Aldeburgh married Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle circa 1356 in England. Sir William de Aldeburgh bore arms: Gules, a lion rampant, argent, on his breast a fleur-de-lis azure. He sealed in 1363 with his arms of a lion rampant, and the same device is seen over the gateway of his Castle of Harewood and his arms in Harewood church: gules, a lion rampant charged with a fleur de lys.
     This family is often confused with the Aldeburghs of Aldeburgh, see Duckett's "Harewood evidences:, Yorks. Arch. Journal, iv, 98.
     Arms: azure, a fesse argent, between 3 cross crosslets or (Nobility roll) [Dictionary of Heraldry].
     See also Sir William de Aldeburgh, of Aldeburgh Yks 1360 - bore, a fess dancette from point to point, between 3 crosses crosslet (now called botonnee) an annulet for difference. Monumental brass at Aldborough church. C.1360 33 Edw.III.
     In the 38th year of Edward III, between William de Aldburgh, Knt, and Elizabeth, his wife, plaintiffs; and Robert de Lisle of Rougement, who keepeth the proper heir out of his right by force, concerning the manor of Harewood, etc., to be held of the same William de Aldburgh, and Elizabeth, and the heirs of this William; and moreover the same Robert hath granted, that the third part of the afsd manor, which Matilda, who was wife of John de Lisle of Rougemont, held in dower of the inheritance of the afsd Robert, on the day in which this agreement was made, should be held by the afsd William and Elizabeth, and the heirs of the same William, and for this acknowledgment, restoration, concession, issue and agreement, the said William and Elizabeth have the afsd Robert, a thousand pounds sterling; and this agreement was made by the commands of our Lord the King.
     Sir William Aldeburgh of Aldeburgh, now Aldbrough in Richmondshire (Aldbrough juxta Tees near Stanwick, wapentake of Gilling West) son & heir of Sir Ives A by Mary his wife. He was sometime valettus to Edward Balliol, King of Scotland. In 1364 Sir Robert de l'Isle of Rougemont enfeoffed him & Elizabeth his wife of the manor of Harewood. He was summoned to Parl 8 Jan 1370/1 44 Edw III to 8 Aug 1386 10 Ric II. [Cokayne, Complete peerage. pp 101-2]
     Sir William de Aldeburgh, Baron 1371-1386. Lord of Harewood 1365.
     William de Aldeburgh, 1st Lord Aldeburgh; summoned 8 Jan, 44 Edw III (1371), to 8 Aug 10 Rich II (1386); Lord of the manor of Harewood by his marriage; died 1388; buried in the church of the Dominican Friars of York; married Elizabeth, daughter of John de Insula, 2nd lord, and sister of Robert 3rd Lord Lisle of Rougemont; buried in the church of the Dominican Friars of York.
     He was summoned to parliament 8 Jan 1371 [44 Edw III] to Aug 8 1386. Seized of Harewood manor & castle by feoffment of Robert Lord Lisle his brother in law in 1365. He built or rebuilt the castle. In 1366 he received permission to crenellate his manor at Harewood. Margery his daughter in law in 1391 bequeathed a tapestry with Balliol arms to her son by her first marriage. He was messenger of Edward Balliol 27 Edw III (1354)..
     Sir William de Aldeburgh and Robert de Lisle 3rd Baron were mentioned in a deed dated 1364 in Harewood, Yorkshire. Inquisition whether it would be to the detriment of the King or of others that Robert de l'Isle of Rougemont, kt should enfeoff William de Aldeburgh kt and Elizabeth his wife of 2 parts of the manor of Harewood, which he held in chief: and should concede that the third part of the said manor, which Maud late the wife of John de l'Isle of Rougemont, father of Robert, held in dowry, should remain after Maud's death to Wm & Elizabeth.
Robert de l'Isle paid £70 pre licencia feoffandi the two parts of the manor, 16 June 1634.
Cokayne notes that the remainder was to the heirs of William not Elizabeth.
]Robert was paid 1000 pounds for Harewood by his brother-in-law William Aldburgh in 1365. [Fine 38 Edw III].
Sir William de Aldeburgh was a petitioner William de Aldeburgh requests permission to enclose and improve his land called Swindon, part of the manor of Harewood in Wharfedale, which he holds of the king in chief, and in which the game from the forest of Knaresborough are pastured, and also that he might be able to profit from the white oaks (cheynes blaunkes) there.
Endorsement: Let this petition be sent into Chancery, and there the council of the queen is to be called and let justice be done. Covering dates c. 1366. A note on the guard of the petition says 'c. 1364' but CPR 1361-4, p.51, which is dated at Westminster, 16 June 1364, shows that the manor still belonged to Robert de Insula then. He may have been the father of William's wife, and the enfeoffment was done to allow him to settle it on the couple as part of a marriage settlement or to make a settlement prior to his death. A later patent roll entry, dated at Windsor, 27 December 1366, shows, Harewood was in his possession then, and this is the best approximate date we have for the petition (CPR 1364-7, p.355) in Harewood, between 1364 and 1366.
     Sir William de Aldeburgh was party to a land transaction on 25 June 1364. Feet of Fines: CP 25/1/277/140, number 15.
County: Yorkshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after St John the Baptist, 38 Edward III [25 June 1364]. And afterwards one week from the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 1 Richard [II] [9 February 1378] (after the death of Elizabeth).
Parties: William de Aldeburgh', knight, and Elizabeth, his wife,
querents, and Robert de Insula of Rubeo Monte, deforciant.
Property: The manor of Harewode, excepting 1 messuage and 1 bovate of
land in Carleton'.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Robert has acknowledged the manor to be the right of William, and has rendered 2 parts of the manor, excepting also 4 pounds and 10 shillings of rent in the same 2 parts, to William and Elizabeth in the same court, and has granted to William and Elizabeth the rent, together with the homages and all services of the abbot of Fountayns, the abbot of Kirkestall', the abbot of Sallay, the prior of Bolton', the master of the hospital of St Leonard, Ebor', and their successors, Brian de Thornhull', knight, Simon Warde, knight, Master Geoffrey le Scro[p'], Edmund de Mirescowe, Richard de Aldeburgh', Thomas de Lomleye, Robert Passelew, Robert de Ekleslay, John de Ilketon', Gilbert de Slyngesby, Richard de Rymyngton', Margaret de Normanuill', William Fraunk', Robert Mauleu[er]er, William Gascoign', Robert, son and heir of Thomas de Thwaytes, John, kinsman and heir of John Coule, William de Penyton', John, son and heir of William de Wygton' of Harewod', Richard de Depeden', John Caudray, Richard de Chellerey, John de Carleton' the younger, Hugh Louel, Robert Faukes of Harewod', Nicholas de Lynton' of Harewod', Henry de Harewod', clerk, Nicholas de Harewod', clerk, Robert Annotson', Robert, son and heir of John de Harewod', clerk, William Dawson' of Harewod', John de Bilton', John de Carleton' the elder, Agnes, who was the wife of Nicholas atte Tounend', Joan, who was the wife of Roger Normanuill', William, son of Ralph, Roger Fyndyren', Alan de Stockild', John de Wodeham of Harewod', William de Calthorn', Henry Littel, Roger de Adwaldley, Richard de Stobhous, Thomas Fraunk', Robert Caudray, Richard de Barkeston', John de Bretby, Nicholas Walker, Robert, son of Thomas, Robert Fancourt', John Tannatoris (or John Tanner), William de Swannesay, William Mareschall', Henry, son of Jordan, John de Steton', Richard de Wygdon', Roger de Weton', Robert de Wygdon', Nicholas de Adwaldlay, Richard Croket', Roger Croket, Walter de Kesewyk' and Robert Bell' and their heirs, in respect of all the tenements which they held before of Robert de Insula in the 2 parts, to hold to William de Aldeburgh' and Elizabeth and the heirs of William, of the lord king and his heirs for ever. And besides Robert granted for himself and his heirs that the third part of the manor - which Maud, who was the wife of John de Insula of Rubeo Monte, held in dower of the inheritance of Robert on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Maud ought to revert to Robert and his heirs - after the decease of Maud shall remain to William and Elizabeth and the heirs of William, to hold together with the 2 parts, of the lord king and his heirs for ever.
Warranty: For this: William and Elizabeth have given him 1000 pounds sterling.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.
. He was mentioned at the Inquisition Post Mortem held on 24 May 1368 on the death of Sir William de Aldeburgh. Inquisition re the Henry de Percy estate: Kirkby Overblows tenements held by Willian de Aldburgh. 42 Edw III. v.12 no. 242.      
Sir William de Aldeburgh was summoned to Parliament 8 Jan 1370/71, 44 Edward III to 8 August (1386) 10 Ric II, by writs directed Willelmo de Aldeburgh whereby he is held to have become Lord Aldeburgh between 8 January 1370/71 and August 1386.
     Sir William de Aldeburgh and Robert de Lisle 3rd Baron were mentioned in a deed dated 1377 or 1378. In 1377/8, a further fine between William de Aldburgh (his wife being dead) & Robert confirming the manor... Harewood was one of 90 manors held by Robert [Originalia Roll 42 Edw III].
     In 1377/8 Robert conveyed to his brother William, the manor of Campton.
     The day after St John the Baptist, 38 Edward III [25 June 1364]. And afterwards one week from the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 1 Richard [II] [9 February 1378] (after the death of Elizabeth).
Parties:     William de Aldeburgh', knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, querents, and Robert de Insula of Rubeo Monte, deforciant.
Property:     The manor of Harewode, excepting 1 messuage and 1 bovate of land in Carleton'.
Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Robert has acknowledged the manor to be the right of William, and has rendered 2 parts of the manor, excepting also 4 pounds and 10 shillings of rent in the same 2 parts, to William and Elizabeth in the court, and has granted to William and Elizabeth the rent, together with the homages and all services of the abbot of Fountayns, the abbot of Kirkestall', the abbot of Sallay, the prior of Bolton', the master of the hospital of St Leonard, Ebor', and their successors, Brian de Thornhull', knight, Simon Warde, knight, Master Geoffrey le Scro[p'], Edmund de Mirescowe, Richard de Aldeburgh', Thomas de Lomleye, Robert Passelew, Robert de Ekleslay, John de Ilketon', Gilbert de Slyngesby, Richard de Rymyngton', Margaret de Normanuill', William Fraunk', Robert Mauleu[er]er, William Gascoign', Robert, son and heir of Thomas de Thwaytes, John, kinsman and heir of John Coule, William de Penyton', John, son and heir of William de Wygton' of Harewod', Richard de Depeden', John Caudray, Richard de Chellerey, John de Carleton' the younger, Hugh Louel, Robert Faukes of Harewod', Nicholas de Lynton' of Harewod', Henry de Harewod', clerk, Nicholas de Harewod', clerk, Robert Annotson', Robert, son and heir of John de Harewod', clerk, William Dawson' of Harewod', John de Bilton', John de Carleton' the elder, Agnes, who was the wife of Nicholas atte Tounend', Joan, who was the wife of Roger Normanuill', William, son of Ralph, Roger Fyndyren', Alan de Stockild', John de Wodeham of Harewod', William de Calthorn', Henry Littel, Roger de Adwaldley, Richard de Stobhous, Thomas Fraunk', Robert Caudray, Richard de Barkeston', John de Bretby, Nicholas Walker, Robert, son of Thomas, Robert Fancourt', John Tannatoris (or John Tanner), William de Swannesay, William Mareschall', Henry, son of Jordan, John de Steton', Richard de Wygdon', Roger de Weton', Robert de Wygdon', Nicholas de Adwaldlay, Richard Croket', Roger Croket, Walter de Kesewyk' and Robert Bell' and their heirs, in respect of all the tenements which they held before of Robert de Insula in the 2 parts, to hold to William de Aldeburgh' and Elizabeth and the heirs of William, of the lord king and his heirs for ever. And besides Robert granted for himself and his heirs that the third part of the manor - which Maud, who was the wife of John de Insula of Rubeo Monte, held in dower of the inheritance of Robert on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Maud ought to revert to Robert and his heirs - after the decease of Maud shall remain to William and Elizabeth and the heirs of William, to hold together with the 2 parts, of the lord king and his heirs for ever.
Warranty: Warranty. William and Elizabeth have given him 1000 pounds sterling. This agreement was made by the command of the lord king..      
Sir William de Aldeburgh and William de Aldeburgh paid the poll tax in 1379 in Harewood, YKS. Harwod: Willelmus de Aldeburgh, Chivaler, xx sh; Willelmus filius ejusdem Willelmi, Esquier, 3/4 not having possession of lands, rents or castles, in service "ou ad este armez".
     William died on 1 April 1388. He was buried in the Dominican Friars, York.
     Sir William de Aldeburgh was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in May 1388. William, son and heir of William was aged 30 and more at his father's death.
     Sir William de Aldburgh, for the soul of his lord Edward Baliol, King of Scotland, and for the soul of Elizabeth his wife, and for others his near kinsfolk, did in 1362 grant to the priory of Beauvale the hay of Willey in Sherwood. In the succeeding reign (18 Richard II) a chantry was founded in the conventual church for two of the monks to say mass for the souls of William de Aldburgh and Edward Baliol. The founders of this chantry were Isabel wife of Sir William de Ryther, and Elizabeth wife of Sir Brian Stapleton, who were the sisters of William de Aldburgh; each of them granted 40s. a year out of her respective moiety of the manors of Kirkby Overblow (Yorkshire) (fn. 8) and 'Kereby.' (fn. 9).
     William de Aldburgh, Chr. for the soul of his Lord Edward de Balliol King of Scotland, and of Elizabeth his own wife, and that himself might be as one of the Founders, and the King of Scotland as a principal Benefactor, in the participation of the spiritual benefits of that House, with some others also of his near kindred, did by his Deed, bearing date at Willey Haye, 10 Febr. 1362, 37 E. 3, give and confirm the said Hay of Willey, to the said Prior and Covent of Beauvale, which he had of Sir Thomas Metham, Knight, heir to his great grandfather Adam, son of Adam de Hamelton, to whom King Edward the first granted it in the ninth year of his reign, reserving 10l. per annum Rent to be paid yearly into the Exchequer, which said Fee Farm Rent of 10l. King Edward the third, 1 January, in the thirty-second year of his reign, granted to his beloved Servant John Attewode (fn. 7) for term of his life, and the Reversion of it, 26 May, in the 37th year of his reign, to his beloved cousin Edward de Balliol King of Scotland, and William de Aldburgh, Chr. with licence likewise for them to give it to this Priory. which they did that same year, having obtained of John Attewode the possession also, so that the said Edward Balliol King of Scotland might from thence-forward likewise enjoy all the benefits of the House, (fn. 8) as one of the Founders.
These had the Rectory of Ferneham at the first foundation, which Sir William Plumpton, and Sir Robert de Roos of Ingmanthorp, passed to Robert de Barnak, Hugh de Cressy, and Hugh Martell, and they to the Founder Nicholas de Cantelupe.
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Children of Sir William de Aldeburgh and Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle