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View Tree for William de WhalesburghWilliam de Whalesburgh (b. Abt. 1265, d. Bef. 1346)

William de Whalesburgh (son of Marcus de Whalesburgh) was born Abt. 1265 in Whalesborough, Cornwall, England, and died Bef. 1346. He married Joan Carminow, daughter of Roger Carminow and Joanna de Dinham.

 Includes NotesNotes for William de Whalesburgh:
Note: Sir WILLIAM de WALESBRAUS. Born c1288. In 1302 William Bottreux brought Writ of Wardship against Roger Carminow and demanded William, the brother and
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heir of John de Whalesboro. Roger replied "William whilst your ward married our daughter." Bottreux said, "William de Whalesboro was only 5 years old then, and under 14 now" (Year Book of Edward I, A.D. 1302). He was of age 21 Apr 1309 when
Stephen de Bello Prato died holding a 3 acre meadow of William de Whalesbreus in socage and by service of rendering 1d. yearly (CIPM, 5: no.122). On 11/13 Feb 1312, William de Whalesbrew granted to John de Carmynow the manor of Udnow and the
advowson of the Church of St. Piran for the life of the said William (Trigg, 3: 51). Carminow presented to St. Perran-Uthno on 11 Dec
Note: 1312 (Reg. Bishop Stapledon, p. 257) and in Feb 1313 regranted the manor and advowson back to William de Whalesbury and Johanna his wife (Trigg, 3: 51).
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William presented to the church of St. Mawgan-in-Kerrier on 25 Dec 1317 and 31Oct 1324 (Reg. Bishop Stapledon, p. 255). He died in 1328 and and is named by Risdon with his arms as "Willelmus Whalisburgh de Whalesburgh, knight, Gules, three
bandlets argent on a bordure sable, nine bezants" (Notebook of Tristram Risdon, p. 211). As a child of 5, he was married c1293 to Joan (Johanna),daughter of Sir Roger de Carminow, who was Knight of the Shire for Cornwall in 1300 and 1302 and
who died in 1308 leaving his son, Oliver, as his heir (Knights of Edward I, 1: 183). In a fine of 10 May 1321, Joan, wife of William de Walesbreu was called a sibling of Oliver de Carminow (Cornwall Feet of Fines, no. 458). In another fine of
13 Oct 1333 she is called Joan, who was the wife of William de Walesbreu (ibid., no. 528). As Joan, relict of William de Whalesbreu, she presented to St. Mawnan-in-Kerrier 23 Feb 1347 and 6 Nov 1348, but apparently died soon after when Sir
John de Whalesbreu made the next presentation on 6 Aug 1349 (Reg. of Bishop Grandisson, p. 1365, 1368, 1406).
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Note: From: RBodine996
Note: Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval
Note: Date: 1999/02/25
Change Date: 13 JUL 2003

Father: *Marcus de Whalesburgh b: ABT 1240 in Whalesborough, Cornwall, England

Marriage 1 *Joan Carminow b: ABT 1286 in Trenowyth,Cornwall,Eng
Children
*John de Whalesburgh b: ABT 1320 in Lancarfe, Cornwall, England

Children of William de Whalesburgh and Joan Carminow are:
  1. +John de Whalesburgh, b. Abt. 1320, Lancarfe, Cornwall, England, d. 1382, Lamellen, Cornwall, England.
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