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Walter de la Lynde

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Birthplace: Winterbourne or Clenstone, Dorset, England
Death: Died in Laceby or Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
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Son of Sir John de la Lynde and Claricia de la Lynde
Husband of Joan de la Lynde
Father of Cecilia de la Lynde; Margery De La Lynde; joan de la lynde; Amicia De La Lynde and Isabella De La Lynde
Brother of Geoffrey de la Lynde and Alexander de la Lynde

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About Walter de la Lynde

also known as Walter de Linde

Date of death has also been (erroneously?) reported to be:

  • 1317
  • 1318

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Sir Walter de la Lynde1

M, b. 1248, d. between 1317 and 1318

Father Sir John de la Lynde d. c 10 Dec 1272

Mother Claricia de Hartley d. a 1283

    Sir Walter de la Lynde married Joan de Neville, daughter of Hugh de Neville and (Miss) FitzGerald. Sir Walter de la Lynde was born in 1248 at of Bolebrook, Sussex, Hertley & Broomfield, Somersetshire, England; 25 in 1273. He died between 1317 and 1318.

Family Joan de Neville

Child ◦Joan de la Lynde+

Citations

1.[S7007] Unknown author, The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz, by Ronny O. Bodine, p. 77; Wallop Family, p. 262; Stemmata Robertson, p. 211.

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 1

1.John de la Lynde.

Writ, 10 Dec. 1 Edw. I.

SomersetInq. Monday after St. Hilary, 1 Edw. I.

A certain bedelry, on the western side of the Perret, worth 40s. yearly, held in fee of the king's gift, rendering nothing.

Bromfeld. The manor, worth 15l. 12s. 3d. yearly, held of the heir of William de Monte Acuto by service of 1 knight's fee.

Sok. The manor, worth 40l. yearly, held of John de Bello Campo, of the king's gift as the wardship of Brice, son and heir of William le Deneys, by service of 2 knights' fees.

Walter de la Lynde, aged 27, is his next heir.

[Dorset.]Inq. Saturday the morrow of St. Hilary, 1 Edw. I.

Swere. The manor, worth 100s. yearly, held of Lady Helewysa de Nova Villa, who held of the heirs of William de Monte Acuto, and they of Henry de Novo Burgo, and he of the heir of William Belet, and he of the king in chief for ½ fee.

Porstok. The bailiwick of the forest, worth 1 mark yearly, held of the king's gift.

Blakemore. The bailiwick of the forest, worth 100s. yearly, held of the king's gift.

Hertleghe. A third part of the manor held, by his own purchase, of Sir Edmund earl of Cornwall of the honour of Fordinton manor in serjeanty, rendering 20s. for the whole manor. Lady Clar[ice], late the wife of the said Sir John, holds of her own inheritance another part, and William de Carevile a third part through his wife, who is one of the heirs.

Gillingeham. The bailiwick, worth 41s. rent yearly, held of the king's gift; and 10 marks and 24d. in other issues.

The service is unknown, unless to keep the forests faithfully.

Sir Walter de la Lynde, aged 25 and more, is his next heir.

[Sussex.]Extent, Monday after St. Hilary 1 Edw. I.

Bolebrok. The manor (extent given), held in chief of William de Worth by service of 10s.; and the foreign land held of William Wastel, the heirs of Henry de Hertefeld, Maud de Balvetye, and Felicia de Norhamton, by service of 11s. 4½d.

Heir as above, of full age and a knight.

Surrey.Extent (undated and defective).

Waleton. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by charter of King Henry, by service of ¼ knight's fee.

Podindene alias Pudindenne. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, from which 10s. are due at the king's exchequer; 6l. 9d. foreign rent held of many fees; 54a. arable, and 21a. meadow, held of Ralph de Heghstede; 10a. arable held of the heirs of Chiveninge; 6a. arable held of Margery la Toche; 2a. meadow held of John de la Forde; and 4a. meadow held of John de Brok. And he did annual (service?) ... viz. at the manor of Axstede ... Crauham ... de Hegh ...

Heir as above.

Lincoln.Inq. Monday after St. Hilary, 1 Edw. I.

Leyseby near Grimesby. The manor, worth 32l. 12s.¼d. yearly, and two bovates land in Leyseby town, worth 1 mark, held of Sir Hugh de Nevill for homage and service and 1d. rent.

Leyseby. 1 toft and 7 bovates land, held of Robert de Burewll of the fee of Sir Geoffrey de Bradele for homage and service and 1d.

Scalleby. A messuage and 15 bovates land, and 8l. 10d. and 1lb. cummin rent, held of Sir Robert Walraum for homage and service and 1 sore sparrowhawk or 2s.

Sir Walter de la Linde, aged 24 and more, is his next heir.

Letter from the subescheator in Lindesey in co. Lincoln to the king's escheator, stating that at Leyseby he found persons on behalf of Sir Hugh de Neville who would not permit him to enter, saying that the said John held the manor of Sir Hugh before he held anything of the king, but nevertheless he made the inquisition enclosed. He also seized the fee of Sir Henry de Percy into the king's hand, but the bailiff of Sir J. earl of Warrenne ejected the king on behalf of the wife of the said Sir Henry, daughter of the said earl. Upon which he prays the escheator's aid and counsel.

Writ, to the escheator to take into the king's hand the manor and serjeanty of Hertleye and Craweford, which Edmund earl of Cornwall and Clarice late the wife of the said John, have occupied. 9 Feb. 2 Edward I.

Dorset.Inq. Thursday before St. Gregory, 2 Edw. I.

Hertlegh and Craweford. The manor and serjeanty were held by the said John in fee of Sir Edmund earl of Cornwall in chief and not of the king, excepting 1/6 of the manor which was and is of Clarice late the wife of the said John, who was one of the heirs of the said manor.

Writ, to the escheator to deliver seisin to Walter son and heir of the said John of the manors of Hertelegh and Craueford with the serjeanty, the seisin of which Edmund earl of Cornwall deforced, and which are now in the king's hands. 39 (sic) March, 2 Edw. I.

Writ of livery of seisin, (undated draft) as above.

C. Edw. I. File 1 (1).

2.John de la Tur.

Writ, on the complaint of Walter de la Linde that the subescheator had ejected him from the wardship of a tenement in Berewik, co. Dorset, which was held of him in chief by the said John, 24 April, 1 Edw. I.

Dorset.Inq. Tuesday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 1 Edw. I.

Berewike was held by the said John of William Belet and his heirs in chief, of the fee of the manor of Swere, of which Walter de La Lynde is chief lord: he held nowhere of the king in chief.

John his son, aged 1 year, is his heir.

(See No. 42.)

C. Edw. I. File 1 (2).

From: 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 1', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 1-11. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108073 Date accessed: 26 October 2010.

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Sir Walter de la Lynde of Broomfield's Timeline

1245
1245
Winterbourne or Clenstone, Dorset, England
1260
1260
Age 15
Bolebrook,,Sussex,England
1272
December 10, 1272
Age 27
Laceby or Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
1280
1280
Age 27
England
1290
1290
Age 27
Bolebrook, Sussex, England
1296
1296
Age 27
Of, Bolebrook, Sussex, England
1300
1300
Age 27
Of, Bolebrook, Sussex, England
1303
1303
Age 27
Of, Bolebrook, Sussex, England
1305
1305
Age 27
Of, Bolebrook, Sussex, England
1966
December 17, 1966
Age 27