Sir Thomas de St. Omer

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Sir Thomas de St. Omer

Birthplace: Brundall, Norfolk, England
Death: circa 1311 (62-80)
Swainsthorpe Mulbarton, Norfolk, England
Immediate Family:

Husband of Alice de St. Omer
Father of William de St. Omer and Christian de St. Omer

Occupation: Keeper of Wardrobe for Henry III
Managed by: Henn Sarv
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About Sir Thomas de St. Omer

A Sir Thomas de St. Omer was keeper of the wardrobe to King Henry III. The Arms of his son a (fess between six cross-crosslets) appear on a monument, formerly in Mulbarton Church. His daughter Christian and only heir married John, the great-great-grandson of one Senulph, who lived during the reign of King Henry II, and had issue: John dicte quoque Beaupré who lived during the reign of King Edward II, and married Katherine, daughter of Osbert Mountfort


Sir Thomas DE SAINT-OMER, Knt., Lord Of Well, Lord Brundale [445]

Christiana DE SAINT-OMER [444]+

Petronille DE MALMAINS

Born: Abt 1260, , , England

Marriage: Sir Thomas DE SAINT-OMER, Knt., Lord Of Well, Lord Brundale [445] about 1280 in , Norfolk, England 6

Died: , , England

Another name for Petronille was DE MALEMAINS.

General Notes:

Source Par Francis Blomefield,Charles Parkin: "BEAUPRE HALL MANOR. ...

... Sir St. Omer was his son [William], and had large possessions left him by his father, being lord of Brundal, Mulbarton, &c. in Norfolk. In a north window ot Mulbarton, was to be seen painted in the glass, an armed'knight kneeling ; behind him his lady kneeling, and behind her n young lady, her daughter, kneeling; on his armour and over his head, was his arms, azure, a less between six cross crosslets, or; on his ... lady's vestments, and over his head, was gules, three sinister hands cooped, argent, under them, this French legend, 'Priez pour les ames de Mounsieur Thomas Seutomeris et Dame Petrinelle sa femme, qui fit faire ceste fenestre'. His lady Petronilla, was the daughter of Nicholas de Malmains, this is to represent that Sir Thomas who was living in the reign of Edward III.

It appears that Sir Thomas, aforesaid, son of Sir William. left no issue male, and that this lordship became (he inheritance of Christian daughter and heir of Sir Thomas St. Omer, who lived in the reign of Edward I. she married John, son of Gilbert de Beaupre, whose ancestors had considerable possessions in these townships This John FitzGilbert appears, by ancient deeds, to have inherited also iron them a manor in Well;1 to this John, Nicholas Durdant, rector of Luc ham in Norfolk, for a certain sum of money, granted several villains, cum tota seauetd, and the lands they held of him bv deed saws date; witnesses, John de Dunham, John de Arsicks, Ralph de Rothyngs, Knt. and to the said John Henri de Hale, clerk, granted the advow sun of the priory of St. Mary de Mulicourt, by deed dated at Utwell, on. Thursday after the feast of St. Peter ad Vinculo, in 1313, soon after which the said John Fitz-Gilbert died."

Petronille married someone Sir Thomas DE SAINT-OMER, Knt., Lord Of Well, Lord Brundale [445] [MRIN: 191], son of Sir William DE SAINT-OMER, Knt., Seigneur De Péene [1186] and Elizabeth DES PLANCQUES [1187], about 1280 in , Norfolk, England.6 (Sir Thomas DE SAINT-OMER, Knt., Lord Of Well, Lord Brundale [445] was born about 1255 in Outwell, Norfolk, England 6,15 and died after 1307 in Outwell, Norfolk, England 15.)

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Sir Thomas de St. Omer's Timeline

Brundall, Norfolk, England
Brundale, Brundall, Norfolk, England
Wellingham, , Norfolk, England
Age 71
Swainsthorpe Mulbarton, Norfolk, England