Descendants of Osbern DECAILLY

13. Generation


110. Thomas KELLAWAY (Philip KELLAWAY , Thomas KELLAWAY ALIAS STOFORD , Philip DE KELLAWAY ALIAS STOFORD , Thomas DE KELLAWAY , William DE CAILLEWAY , Elias 1 DE CAILLEWAY , Nicholas DE CHAILLEWAY , Phillip1 DE CHAILLEWAY , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born about 1340.

DEVONSHIRE

Kelloway of Stowford, Devon.
A much better defined tree.

From William Kalleway, his son Thomas, his son Philip (alias Stoford of Stoford), son Thomas, son Philip, son Thomas, who mar -- Prouz, heir to her brother Hugh Prouz of Gatcombe, their son John, son Thomas.
His son Thomas Kelloway of Stowford Devon, mar Alice, dau of William Yeo of Heanton. Their family were: William (alias Stoford), Thomas, Robart of Stowford, Mary, Jonne and Elizabeth.
Robart mar Elizabeth Menwhenyke of Cornwall. Their family were: Alice, Joane, Robart, Thomas, John and William.
Thomas (alias Stafford) mar Margaret Bremblecombe. John, later called Stoford, mar Margery Arscott of Dunesland (she died 1589). Their sons were Robart (alias Stafford), and Richard (alias Stafford).

Thomas married PROUZ, daughter of Hugh PROUZ. PROUZ was born in of Gatcombe.

They had the following children:

+ 129 M i John KELLAWAY was born about 1370.

112. Hugh le Weston DE KELLAWAY (Hugh DE KELLAWAY , John le Weston DE KELLAWAY , Richard DE KELLAWAY , John 1 LE CALEWE , Elias 2 DE CHAILLEWEY , Elias 1 DE CAILLEWAY , Nicholas DE CHAILLEWAY , Phillip1 DE CHAILLEWAY , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ).

DD\WHh/410 (1430)

By Richard Weston, son & heir of Hugh Weston, to Richard Arnold and Richard Whittok of Stapelbrugge of his manor of Caleweston with lands, etc., in Stapelbrugge, Nywenham, Hardegrove, etc. which he had from Amice, his mother, lately wife of John Gregory.

Dated F. of St Hillary (13 Jan) 8 Hen VI (1430).

Hugh married Amici.

They had the following children:

  130 M i Richard le Weston DE KELLAWAY.

Somerset RO [Helyar Papers]
DD|WHh/410 1430
By Richard Weston, s & h/o HUGH WESTON to Richard Arnold & Richard Whittok of Stapelbrugge of his manor of Caleweston with lands, etc. in Stapelbrugge, Nywenham, Hardegrove, etc. which he had from Amice his mother, lately wife of John Gregory.
Dated: F. of St Hillary (13 Jan) 8 Hen VI (1430)
        Richard married Joan.

116. John CAYLLEWAYE (Edmund CAYLLEWAYE , William K\C , John 3 the Younger LE CALAWE , John 1 LE CALEWE , Elias 2 DE CHAILLEWEY , Elias 1 DE CAILLEWAY , Nicholas DE CHAILLEWAY , Phillip1 DE CHAILLEWAY , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born in 1370 in Sherbourne. He died in 1440.

p. 42. (The Register of Robert Hallam, 1407-1417).
#328. Institution of John Calwe, chaplain, to chantry in Handley (Henlegh) chapel, dependant on prebendal church of Iwerne Minster (Iwan Mynstr'); patron, M. Adam de Motrum, prebendary of Iwerne Minster. Ind.: archd. of Dorset. Sonning, 26 May 1412.
NOTE: Could this be John, father of William of Sherborne, our 'missal man'?....SUW

He had the following children:

+ 131 M i William CAYLLEWAYE was born in 1400 and died on 20 Jun 1469.
+ 132 M ii John CAYLLEWAYE was born in 1410 and died on 10 Mar 1467.
  133 M iii Richard CAYLLEWAYE.

CP 25/1/179/95, number 124.
County: Northamptonshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from St Michael, 28 Henry VI [6 October 1449].
Parties: John Baret, John Fauntleroy and John Cornysshe, querents, and Robert Camell' and Margaret, his wife, Richard Cote and John Cayleway, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Burton' Plecy.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Robert(SMW: Camell) and Margaret have acknowledged the manor to be the right of John Baret, John Fauntleroy and John Cornysshe as that which they have of the gift of Robert and Margaret, to hold to John Baret, John Fauntleroy and John Cornysshe and their heirs, of the lord king and his heirs for ever.
Warranty: Warranty by Robert and Margaret for themselves and the heirs of Margaret.
For this: John Baret, John Fauntleroy and John Cornysshe have granted to Richard and JOHN CAYLEWAY the manor and have rendered it to them in the same court, to hold to them for the life of JOHN CAMELL' of Shapwyke in the county of Dorset, esquire, of the lord king and his heirs. And after the death of John Camell' the manor shall remain to Henry Baret and Anne, his wife, and the heirs of the body of Anne, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to Robert and Margaret and the heirs of the body of Robert, (2) to John Camell', son of the aforesaid John Camell' esquire, and the heirs of his body, (3) to Joan, the wife of John Wyke, and the heirs of her body, (4) to Katherine, the wife of John Thomas, and the heirs of her body and (5) to the right heirs of the aforesaid John Camell' of Shapwyke.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.

117. Thomas K\C (Edmund CAYLLEWAYE , William K\C , John 3 the Younger LE CALAWE , John 1 LE CALEWE , Elias 2 DE CHAILLEWEY , Elias 1 DE CAILLEWAY , Nicholas DE CHAILLEWAY , Phillip1 DE CHAILLEWAY , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born in 1375. He died in 1421.

Thomas C/K made his first "presentation" of a new priest at this church in Dec 1412. In the register of the bishop, he is recorded as "Thomas Kayleway, 'arm.' This is clearly an indication that Thomas was bearing the C/K coat of arms at this date.

Thomas C/K made one more "presentation" on 4 Feb 1417. He died between that date and 20 Dec 1422, when Joan Bingham, the widow of Thomas C/K had already married Wyke. Why did Wyke gain the privilege of making this presentation? It could be only because that Joan's first heir, by Thomas C/K, was a minor.


Roger Wyke "presented" Girard. Rendyll as priest at Sutton Bingham on 29 June 1467. Rendyll died before April 1478 when Joh. Yate was "presented" by Joh. Devyoke. The identity of 'Joh. Devyoke' is not known, nor why he had a right to "present" at Sutton Bingham.
Joh. Yate resigned as priest at Sutton Bingham before 16 Oct 1500, the date Will. Calway, arm. "presented Hen. Fayrman. Hen. Fayrman resigned before 29 July 1505 when Will. Kaylwaye, mil. "presented" Will Tanner, and Will. Tanner died by 5 Nov 1541 when "Hammelus Williams, a.c. per Joh. Kaleway, de Rockborne, Hants, mil." presented Rawlin Radnor as priest. After that the Sydenhams "presented" at Sutton Bingham for more than 100 years.

Thomas married Joan BINGHAM, daughter of Thomas BINGHAM and Mary DE ROMESAY, in 1412 in Sutton Bingham.

The Rockborne family begins with Thomas C/K who married Joan Bingham (heiress to Sutton Bingham and eventually Rockborne manor). We have no date certain for their marriage, but it should have occurred sometime between 1410 and 1412. Thomas C/K gained the "right" to "present" the priest at Sutton Bingham which he did for the first time on 18 Dec 1412 as "Thomas Kayleway, 'arm.' Prior to that the Binghams "presented." The last time Thomas C/K presented at Sutton Bingham was on 4 Feb 1417. On 20 Dec 1422, Roger Wyke "presented" at Sutton Bingham. This indicates that Thomas C/K died between 1417 and 1422. His widow, Joan Bingham Kellaway, married Roger Wyke as her 2nd husband, by 1422.
Apparently Thomas Kayleway never had a claim to Rockborne manor because his wife, nee Joan Bingham, did not inherit her share of Rockborne until the death of her cousin, Joan Romesey, in 1448. We don't know exactly when Joan Bingham Kayleway Wyke died, but her 2nd husband, Roger Wyke, died in 1467. Roger married twice more, 2nd to Joan, daughter and heir to ______ Bisset; and 3rd to Joan, daughter and heir of Thomas Chastelayne of Dennington & Trent in Somerset.
By his first wife, Joan Bingham Kayleway, Roger Wyke had a son called John Wyke. John Wyke married Joan, daughter and heir of John Camill of Shapwick & Charborough in Dorset. "From that day to this Charborough has been held by his descendants"

ADDITIONS TO DUGDALE*S BARONAGE. 156/7
She had been previously married to Walter de Romsey, and upon her death in 47th Edw. III. her son Walter de Romsey, chevr, did homage for the lands of her inheritance 22nd Feb. in that year, and preferred 11, Ss. 2d. for his relief for a third part of the manor of Kidderminster, the manor of Rokeburn, and a moiety of the manor of Combe, by the service of a third part of a Barony, viz. the Barony of Bisset, subject to scrutiny in the Exchequer, and engaging to pay more if more should appear upon sucli scrutiny to be due. Upon search it appeared that
John Bisset, who held the entire Barony in 4 Hen. III. had paid 100 pounds for his relief when it came to him as the heir of his brother William, and that John Bisset, son of John Wotton and Ela, one of the three coheirs, was charged 22/. 14s. 5\d. as his relief for his third. He was therefore told that he must either pay relief for the entire Barony, or shew cause to the contrary; he asked for time, which was granted, and afterwards further extended; but failing to attend, an order was issued to distrain in Michaelmas Term 3 Hen. IV. on which he appeared in Court by attorney; acknowledged that John Bisset, who held the entire Barony, was his ancestor; that it had been divided,
as above stated, between the three coheirs, but alleged that the moiety of Combe, the manor of Rockburne, and a certain manor (quoddam manerium) in Kidderminster, which was scarce one third of the real manor, were all that descended to him by inheritance from his mother; that he does not, nor did his mother at the time of her death, hold the said third part of lands in Wichmalbank, or the third part of the fifty shillings rent in Ireland ; that the said manors of Rockburne and Kidderminster, and the moiety of Combe, are held of the King in chief by the service of two parts of a third part of the said Barony, according to which service he was ready to pay, and to increase the sum if they should hereafter be found to be of greater value; accordingly he proffered another sum of 11. 9s. 2d. in addition to the former, which was accepted/1 He married Alice, daughter of Sir William Fillol, and had issue a son named Thomas, and a daughter named Mary. He died 25th Nov. 5 Hen. IV. Fines, 17 Ric. II.
and his widow 13th Dec. in the following year, when it was found by inquisition taken 29th and 30th December, that she held the manor of Rokebourne and half the manor of Combe Bisset for her life, under settlement to her and her husband Sir Walter, with reversion to Thomas and Walter, sons of Thomas her son; that Thomas (her grandson) son of said Thomas, was her heir, and was 15 years old on the feast of St. Simon and St.
Jude preceding.6 Thomas, the father of said Thomas and Walter, died in 2 Hen. IV.' and Thomas his son, by Eleanor his wife, became heir to his grandfather Sir Walter; he proved his age and had livery of his lands in a. 13 ;S he was afterwards knighted, and styled Chevalier. He died in 8 Hen. V. leaving, by Joanna his wife, only one daughter of her name, an infant of a year old. She married at a very early age, for upon the death of Walter, only
son of her uncle Walter Romsey, Esq. an infant of 4 years in 8 Hen. VI. she was found to be his cousin and heir, by the description of Joanna, wife of Thomas Pownes, daughter of Thomas Romsey, brother of said Walter Romsey, Esq. 12 years old and upwards. She died without issue before 26 Hen. VI. and upon her death Roger Wyke, Esq. in right of Johanna his wife, as daughter of Mary, daughter of Sir Walter Romsey by Alice Fillol above-named, and William Horsey, Esq. as son of Eleanor, another daughter of said Mary, entered into possession, and the said William Horsey died in that year seised of a moiety of the manor of Combe Bisset held of the King in capite by knight service, the manor of Rokeburn by the sixth part of a knight's fee, and a moiety of West Farnham by the same service, leaving Margaret his wife surviving, and Thomas, his son and heir, only
7 years old.


VCH says:
From:http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=18581
Otterhampton Rumsey:
Joan's heir to her Somerset estates was Joan wife of Roger Wyke, granddaughter of Sir Walter Romsey (d. 1403). Joan and Roger settled certain lands on Joan, wife of John Cayleway and possibly their daughter, but remained in possession of most of the former Romsey lands in 1462. (fn. 39) William Cayleway and his wife Anne sold an estate described as one third of Otterhampton Rumsey manor in 1542 to John St. Clere who in 1547 sold it to James Bowerman.

Thomas and Joan had the following children:

+ 134 M i John K\C was born in 1412.
  135 F ii Joan K\C was born in 1415 in Sutton Bingham.
  136 F iii Marion K\C was born in 1417 in Sutton Bingham.
  137 F iv Alicia K\C was born in 1419 in Sutton Bingham.

119. John KAYLE (William KAILLE DE STOWFORD , Humfridus DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humfridus DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE , Ralph DE CAILLEWAY , ?Roger , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born in 1348. He died in 1384 in East Putford and Broadwoodkelly.

He had the following children:

  138 M i Thomas KAILLE was born about 1370. He died in 1394.
+ 139 F ii Idony KAILLE was born about 1370 and died in 1401.

120. Richard DE KAILLE(KAUL) (Richard DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Thomas DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humfridus DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE , Ralph DE CAILLEWAY , ?Roger , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born about 1340.

He had the following children:

+ 140 M i Richard DE KAILLE(KAUL) was born about 1370.

121. John FITZWARRYN DE BRIGHTLEY (Joan DE STOWFORD , Sir John le Whyte DE STOWFORD , Thomas DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humfridus DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE , Ralph DE CAILLEWAY , ?Roger , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born about 1340. He died in 1406.

IPM p. 1 #93 12 Nov, 1375 proof of age of Agnes summary: Agnes b. 31 Nov. 1359, dau. & heir of Richard de Merton, wife of John de BRIGHTLEIGH of Brightleigh

IPM 12 Dec. 1406 John Brightley d. Holy Cross day 7 Henry IV son and heir aged 8 b. 1398,(mother, Agnes, aged 43 is written by me by above should be 47 in 1406 this was typed from written notes - I understand Holy Cross day is in Sept.) Inq. (in another co.?) taken 8 Aug, 1407

John Brightley d. 18 Jan. 1419/20 Emma, wife. Thomas brother of John aged 18 next heir.

From this John Brightleigh, who according to Trans. Devon. Assoc. 94:251 Cal IPM III:313 was the son of William FitzWarren, m. Agnes b. 31 Nov. 1359 dau. of Richard de Merton, knight.
Their sons were John b. ca. 1398 and Thomas b. ca. 1402.

John married Agnes MERTON about 1375. Agnes was born on 30 Nov 1359.

They had the following children:

  141 M i John FITZWARRYN DE BRIGHTLEY was born ~1398. He died on 18 Jan 1419/1420.
        John married Emma.
  142 M ii Thomas FITZWARRYN DE BRIGHTLEY was born in 1402.

123. William FITZWARRYN DE BRIGHTLEY (Joan DE STOWFORD , Sir John le Whyte DE STOWFORD , Thomas DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humfridus DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE(KAUL) , Humphrey DE KAILLE , Ralph DE CAILLEWAY , ?Roger , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born about 1345. He died about 1389.

William married Joan PYNE, daughter of William PYNE.

They had the following children:

+ 143 M i Thomas FITZWARRYN DE BRIGHTLEY.

124. Ralph DE KAYLE (William DE KAYLE , Philip DE KAYLE , Son of Robert or John DE KAUL , Robert DE KAUL , Roger DE KAUL , Ralph DE KAUL , Ralph DE CAILLEWAY , ?Roger , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born about 1320.

He had the following children:

+ 144 F i Margery/Margaret DE KAYLE was born about 1350.
+ 145 M ii Ralph DE KAYLE was born about 1350.

125. Son of Roger DE KAUL (Roger DE KAUL , Sir Henry DE KAUL , Son of Robert or John DE KAUL , Robert DE KAUL , Roger DE KAUL , Ralph DE KAUL , Ralph DE CAILLEWAY , ?Roger , Philip , William , Guillame , Osbern ) was born about 1320.

He had the following children:

  146 M i Richard DE KAUL was born about 1350.

Record 1381
  147 M ii Ralph DE KAUL was born in 1360.
        Ralph married Alice.
+ 148 M iii William DE KAUL was born about 1365.

126. William(2) DECAILLY (John(2) DECAILLY SHERRIFF , William DECAILLY , Hugh DECAILLY KT , Osbert , Adam , John , John , Roger , Simon , Humphrey , Guillame , Osbern ) was born in 1344 in of Owby Norfolk.

William(2) married Alice DE BRAOSE.

They had the following children:

  149 F i Eva DECAILLY.
        Eva married Edmund CLIPSBY.
  150 F ii Agnes DECAILLY was born about 1370.
        Agnes married Sir John HARSIKE.

128. John(3) DECAILLY (John(2) DECAILLY SHERRIFF , William DECAILLY , Hugh DECAILLY KT , Osbert , Adam , John , John , Roger , Simon , Humphrey , Guillame , Osbern ) was born about 1350 in Norfolk.

He had the following children:

+ 151 M i William(3) DECAILLY was born about 1385.

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