Sir Roger De Puttenham, II
|Also Known As:||"Sir Roger de Puttenham"|
|Death:||Died in Hertfordshire, England|
|Occupation:||Knight of the Shire for Bucks (1355 - 1374)|
|Managed by:||Christian Aaron PERKS|
About Sir Roger de Puttenham II
Sir Roger de Puttenham, born about A.D. 1320 and died before 1380 as then his son and heir Robert a minor was entering a plea by his guardian (Vide Comn. Plea Roll 4th Ric. II. -1380-1.) (No. 480. mb. 316.) as against Thomas de Berkeley of Coberley and Margaret his wife formerly the wife of Roger de Puttenham. Knt., for damaging of property or depleting its ultimate value, at Long Marston, Herts and at Penn in Bucks, etc. and as hereafter coming to the said Robert heir of the said Sir Roger son of him and the said Margaret.
He served as Knight of the Shire for Co. Bucks 1355 to 1374 and he is continuously named from 1338 (when he received a pardon for trespass) until 1375 on the Patent and Close Rolls, in conjunction with the De Molyns: De la Vache: Hampden: Cheyne and other principal men of Buckinghamshire.
The Arms of the family were probably first used by him. In some documents he is designated as "the elder", his first son was also "Roger" a priest. The Manor of Puttenham came to him on the death of his mother, Alina, and he was the first of the family who held Puttenham and Long Marston Manors at the same time (at this period, circ 1400 Long Marston was in the parish of Tring). On Close Roll 1340-41. he is described as "son of Roger". ____________________
IX) Sir Rodger de Puttenham was pardoned by the king in 1338, probably on account of some political offense. The next year he was a follower of Sir John de Molyns, and was a knight of the sheer from 1355 to 1374. He had a grant of remainder after the death of Christian Bordolfe of the manor of Long Marston, in 1370-71. He had a second wife, Marjorie, in 1370.