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Maud de Walton (de Wauton)

Also Known As: "de Wauton", "de Deyville", "or de Montibus", "d'Eiville"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Walton Deyville, Warwick, Warwickshire, England
Death: after April 01, 1324
Ellesmere, Shropshire, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John de Wauton and Isabel de Wauton
Wife of Sir John Stradling; John le Strange, Baron Strange of Knockyn and Sir Thomas de Hastang, of Chebsey
Mother of John le Strange, Baron Strange of Knockyn; Eubulus le Strange, 1st Baron Strange; Hamon le Strange and Elizabeth le Strange
Half sister of John De Walton

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About Maud de Walton

Maud de WALTON was born ABT 1277 in Walton Deyville, Warwickshire, England, and died BEF JUL 1325 in Knockin, Oswestry, Shropshire, England.

Family

From https://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jweber&...

She was the daughter of John de WALTON , of Wellesbourne & Walton and Isabel [Disputed]

She married

  1. John STRADLING , Sir in 1st husband. He was born ABT 1252 in St Donat's, Glamorganshire, Wales, and died BEF FEB 1292/93 in Wellesbourne Hastings, Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, England.
  2. John 1st Baron le STRANGE , of Knockyn, Sir BEF 1297 in 2nd husband 2nd wife, son of John le STRANGE , Lord of Knockyn and Joan de SOMERY. He was born BEF 1254 in Knockin, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, and died BEF 8 AUG 1309.
  3. Thomas HASTANG , of Chebsey & Leamington, Sir BEF 28 MAR 1310 in 3rd husband 1st wife, son of John HASTANG , of Chebsey & Leamington, Sir and Eve. He was born ABT 1290 in Chebsey, Stone, Staffordshire, England, and died AFT 13 APR 1345 in Leamington House, Leamington Hastings, Warwickshire, England.

Children of Maud de WALTON and John 1st Baron le STRANGE , of Knockyn, Sir are:

  • + 2 i. Elizabeth le STRANGE was born 1298 in Knockin, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, and died 1334 in Glyndyfrdwy in Powys Fadog, Wales.
  • 3 ii. Ebles 1st Baron le STRANGE , Earl of Lincoln was born ABT 1300 in Knockin, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, and died 8 SEP 1335 in Lincoln Castle, Lincolnshire, England (dsp).
  • 4 iii. John le STRANGE , of Middle, Sir was born BEF 1309 in Knockin, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, and died BEF 1346 in Middle, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. He married Ida de CLINTON BEF 5 APR 1332 in 1st husband, daughter of John 2nd Baron de CLINTON , of Maxtoke, Sir and Margaret (Margery) CORBET. She was born ABT 1326 in Maxtoke Castle, Warwickshire, England, and died BEF 1368.

Notes

Copied from the Stradling family website "www.stradling.org.uk/docs/

"Victoria County History of Warwickshire."

Certain lands in Losley [Loxley, of Robin Hood fame] were sold with the manor of Walton Mauduit by the Earl of Warwick to Simon de Wauton, Bishop of Norwich (1258-66). The bishop conveyed them to John de Wauton, who was probably his great-nephew. Subsequently John de Wauton received from Walter Giffard, Archbishop of York (1266-79), a grant of the two Walton manors and all his land in Loxley; this was possibly the carucate and 100s. in rents which Henry le Foun and Isabel his wife quitclaimed to the archbishop in 1278. The archbishop was perhaps acting as trustee for John de Wauton whose daughter and heir Maud, was in 1279 a ward of Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Worcester, Walter's younger brother.

Mr. Simon was elderly when he became bishop and may well have been married when young. John de Wauton died in 1277, and his widow Isabel married Henry le Foun. John's heir, his daughter Maud, was a child, and in 1278 Henry and Isabel conveyed the manors of Walton and other lands to Walter Giffard, Archbishop of York


https://www.myheritage.com/names/maud_dedeyville

Maud Le Strange (born deDeyville) was born in 1275, at birth place, to John D'Eiville Walton and Isabel Walton (born Shirley).
John was born in 1225, in Walton Deyville, Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, England. Isabel was born in 1244, in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England. Maud had one brother: John De Walton. Maud married John Le Strange in 1280, at age 5 at marriage place. John was born in 1254, in Ellesmere, Shropshire, England. His occupation was V Lord Strange of Knockyn. They had 4 children: John Le Strange and 3 other children. Maud passed away in 1325, at age 50 at death place.

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Disputed Identity

Walton is also seen as d'Eiville of Walton, or Walton Deyville.

Sources disagree on who Maud's father was giving as possibilities John de Walton, Roger de Walton Deyville, or Ebles de Montibus.

From https://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rlmayo&i...

It looks like we have 3 choices for Maud: de Walton or Wauton, de Deyville, or de Montibus. I am definitely tilting toward "Maud de Wauton" since I found the following at the Stradling family website "www.stradling.org.uk/docs/Oth_recs.htm", which touches on the matter because Maud de Wauton married John de Stradling as her first husband. The website is quoting material from "VCH - Warwick extract":

The archbishop was perhaps acting as trustee for John de Wauton whose daughter and heir Maud, was in 1279 a ward of Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Worcester, Walter's younger brother. Maud married, first John de Stradling by whom she had no issue, and secondly John le Strange. In 1294 it was said that John de Wauton had done homage for his land in Loxley to the Prior of Kenilworth and that John de Stradling had offered to do so, but that, as he had had no issue by his wife, the prior was unwilling to receive it."

Notes

From Victoria County History of Warwickshire

A) vol 3, page 131

"Certain lands in Losley [Loxley, of Robin Hood fame] were sold with the manor of Walton Mauduit by the Earl of Warwick to Simon de Wauton, Bishop of Norwich (1258-66). The bishop conveyed them to John de Wauton, who was probably his great-nephew. Subsequently John de Wauton received from Walter Giffard, Archbishop of York (1266-79), a grant of the two Walton manors and all his land in Loxley; this was possibly the carucate and 100s. in rents which Henry le Foun and Isabel his wife quitclaimed to the archbishop in 1278. The archbishop was perhaps acting as trustee for John de Wauton whose daughter and heir Maud, was in 1279 a ward of Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Worcester, Walter's younger brother. Maud married, first John de Stradling by whom she had no issue, and secondly John le Strange. In 1294 it was said that John de Wauton had done homage for his land in Loxley to the Prior of Kenilworth and that John de Stradling had offered to do so, but that, as he had had no issue by his wife, the prior was unwilling to receive it."

B) Vol 5, page145,

In the time of Henry I one part of Walton seems to have been held by Theodoric, or Tierry, and the other by Spilebert. When the family of Deyville, from whom the manor of WALTON DEYVILLE acquired its name, became enfeoffed here is uncertain, but Walter Deyville gave the tithe of his mill at Walton to the nuns of Pinley, probably about 1230. Robert Deyville was holding a knight's fee here from the Earl of Warwick in 1242 and Walter was granted free warren in his manor of Walton in 1252. His successor, Roger Deyville, became heavily indebted to the Jews and sold the manor to Simon de Wauton, who granted it to his son John. This Simon may have been identical with the Mr. Simon who held the manor of Welles-bourne Hastings (see above) and who in 1240 bought from William Mauduit and Alice his wife 6 acres in Walton called Litlemede lying beside the Portwey. Mr. Simon was elderly when he became bishop and may well have been married when young. John de Wauton died in 1277, and his widow Isabel married Henry le Foun. John's heir, his daughter Maud, was a child, and in 1278 Henry and Isabel conveyed the manors of Walton and other lands to Walter Giffard, Archbishop of York. On the death of Walter in the following year these estates passed to his brother Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Worcester, who in 1281 conveyed them to Robert Burnel, Bishop of Bath and Wells, for life, with remainder to Maud, whom he undertook to marry to one of the elder sons of either his brother Hugh Burnel or of Sir Robert de Escales. As already mentioned, however, Maud married first Sir John de Strattelinges and secondly John Lestrange of Knockin, and thirdly Thomas Hastang."

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Maud de Walton's Timeline

1270
1270
Walton Deyville, Warwick, Warwickshire, England
1282
May 18, 1282
Ellesmere, Shropshire, England
1286
1286
Ellesmere, Shropshire, , England
1289
1289
Hunstanton,Norfolkshire,,England
1310
1310
Knockin, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom
1324
April 1, 1324
Age 54
Ellesmere, Shropshire, England
1938
September 17, 1938
Age 54
September 17, 1938
Age 54