Descendants of Osbern DECAILLY

17. Generation


207. Philip KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD (Thomas KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD , Thomas KELLAWAY , John KELLAWAY , 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 in 1460. He died on 22 Apr 1533.

Philip married Alice YEO, daughter of William YEO and Ellen GRENVILLE. Alice was born about 1460 in of Petrockstowe, Heaton Sachville Park.

They had the following children:

+ 241 M i William KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD was born about 1490 and died before 1545.
+ 242 M ii Leonard KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD was born about 1495.
+ 243 M iii Robert KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD was born about 1498.
+ 244 M iv Thomas KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD was born about 1502.
  245 F v Mary KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD.
        Mary married Robert LYMPENNY. Robert was born in of Netherexe.
  246 F vi Jonne (Jane) KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD.
        Jonne married Richard PRYDE. Richard was born in of Horwell. He died in 1546.

County Pedigrees
  247 F vii Elizabeth KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD.
        Elizabeth married William PHESYE(VEYSEY).

209. Hugh KELLAWAY (Thomas KELLAWAY ALIAS STOWFORD , Thomas KELLAWAY , John KELLAWAY , 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 1450.

Hugh married Jane. Jane was born about 1450.

They had the following children:

  248 M i Hugh KELLAWAY was born about 1480.
+ 249 M ii Thomas KELLAWAY was born about 1480.
+ 250 M iii John of Collumpton KELLAWAY was born about 1480 and died on 24 Feb 1530/1531.
+ 251 F iv Agnes KELLAWAY was born about 1480.
  252 M v William KELLAWAY.

No heirs

220. Robert K\C (Thomas K\C , William CAYLLEWAYE , William CAYLLEWAYE , 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 about 1500 in Bapton & Lillington. He died in 1558.

Then I looked at the IPM for Robert 'of Lillington'
in Dorset. His property appears to be all Dorset, but a few I could not clearly identify or find on the maps. There was one property, Honeycombe Wood, which I found on the map - located between Lillington and Sherborne.
Sherrill

This morning I did manage to track down when Duleford came to the CK's i.e. the Duleford mentioned in Robert of Lillington's IPM:
* FILE - *[no title]* - ref. D1548/1* * - date:* 26 Mar 1463 /
1 doc
Contents
Bond to fulfil an arbitration judgement
[1] William Baret son of John Baret late of Sherborne [2] William Kayleway senior, William Kayleway and Joanne his wife
Property: Manors and lands in 'Babbeton', Stockton, Sherrington, Wylye, Tisbury, Whiteparish and 'Hampteworthe' in Wilts and the manor and advowson of Lillington, Bagber, Sherborne, 'Duleford', Pimperne, Nutford in Pimperne, 'Lokky' [Nutford Locky now France Farm, Stourpaine (The Place-Names of Dorset by AD Mills Part II (1980 English Place-Name
Society) pp. 116-117)], Blandford and Moor Crichel
Bond: (1 to 2) 53 6s 8d to be paid 24 June next Condition that the bond is to be void if Baret fulfils his obligation under the judgement of John Fauntleroy and William Pryde, vicar of Sherborne and rector of the chapel 'de la Gren', Sherborne and John Ilberd
Seal: Seal tag (seal missing)
Clearly John Baret gave it to William and Joan ? - but also William CK
senior as early as 1463. Wasn't this a bit early for William m. Joan

Robert married Joan MARSHALL, daughter of John MARSHALL and Joan FITZJAMES. Joan died in 1564.

They had the following children:

  253 M i Martin K\C was born about 1522 in Stalbridge and Nether Lillington. He died in Dec 1575 in Nether Lillington.

The Will of Martyn Kaylewaye

[P.C.C. - 52 Pickering]


In the name of god Amen I Martyne Kaylewaye of Lillington in the Countie of Dor'st gent. beinge whole of bodie and of good and perfecte memorie thanks be given to god the fou'th Daye of December in the yeare of our lorde god 1575 doe make this p'sent Testament and laste will in manner and forme followinge And do firste revoke all former willes and Testaments by me heretofore made And farther in most humble wiese with a faythfull hearte doe bequeath my soule into the handes of Almightie god, my bodie to be buryed within the church of Lillington, or where it shall please myne Executo'r. ITEM I give to the mother church of this dioces twelve pence. ITEM I give to the church of Lillington tenne shillings. ITEM I give to the poore mens boxe of Sherborne tenne shillings. ITEM I give and bequeath unto my nephewe John Jerrarde my young trotting gelding with a white starr in the forehed and all such debtes and accountes as are between hym and me excepting and res'rvinge twentie poundes which of late did borrow of me. ITEM I give and bequeath also unto my saide nephew John Jarrard one obligacon with the penaltie thereof nowe dependinge between me and Christopher Jarrard of Wareh'm and Eme his wife for and conc'ning certain covenents upon an awarde and agreemente had and made by John Lewston, Thomas Moleyns Esquires between the saide Eme and me and to be observed on the parte and behalfe of the said Eme and her assignes as by the same more playnelie it doth appear. ITEM I give and bequeathe unto Anne Jerarde, my neyce twentie poundes of lawfull Englishe monie and a lease of yeares not yet ended granted by one John Cotherington of Fiffhed of a certaine meadowe lyinge and beinge in Purbecke unto me the sayde Martyne Kaylewaye ITEM I give and bequeath also unto my sayde neyce Anne Jararde one obligacon bearinge Date theTwentith daye of Februarye in the Twelveth yeare of the raigne of quene Elizabeth with the penaltie thereof wherein the foresayde Christopher Jarrarde and his assignes doe stande bounde to me for the paymente of tenn poundes of curreant money of England by a day as by the same more plainely it doth appeare, and also one other obligacon I give and bequeath unto the sayde Anne Jerrarde with the penaltie of the saide obligacon wherein the X'topher and his assignes doe stande bounde to me for the paymente of the some of tenne poundes of currante Englishe money to be payde to me and my assignes as also the sasid Christopher Jerrarde sign seale and delyver to the saide Anne Jerrarde and his assignes a sufficiente release of all the right and title Tenemente with his appurtenances set lyinge and beinge in Wareh'm aforesaide in which saide tenemente he the sayde X'pofer or his assignes nowe inhabiteth or dwelleth accordinge to the intente, trewe meaninge and condicon of the same obligacon, as by the same more playnly it doth appeare. ITEM I give and bequeath unto Grace Jerrarde my neyce Sixe poundes Thirteen shillings and fowre pence of lawfull English moneye to be payde within one month after her marryage ITEM I will that myne Executors shall paye or cause to be payde unto the sayde Grace my neice the some of fortie poundes of lawfull Englishe moneye which I have received and shall receive as by the guifte of Eme Jerrarde her mother ---- ITEM I give and bequeath unto Edith Hawarde tenne poundes of lawfull Englishe money to be paide unto her when she shall fortune to be maryed or when she shalbe of Twentie and twoe yeares of age which first shall happen. ITEM I give and bequeath unto John Clavell the sonne of Thomas Clavell five markes of currante Englishe money. ITEM I forgive Thomas Clavell of Bloxforde fow'r poundes which he oweth me ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto Willyam Kaylewaye, sonne of Willyam Kailewaye late of Stalbridge deceased fortie poundes of lawfull money of Englande to be payde unto him w'thin fowr yeares nexte after my decease That is to saye tenne poundes every yeare, and that the fyrste paymente to beginne at the feaste of Thannunciacon of our blessed ladie next after my decease. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto Thomas Kaylewaye Thelder of Stalbridge tenne poundes of like lawfull money of Englande to be paide unto him within twoe yeares next after my decease ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto Robert Kailewaye brother unto the foresaide Willyam Kaylewaye and Thomas Kailewaye Twentie noables of like lawfull money of Englande. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto Thomas Kailewaye the younger sonne unto Willyam Kaileway deceased twentie nobles to be payde to hym within thre yeares nexte after my decease. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto the foresayde Thomas Kaylewaye the younger one cowe. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto Sisley Plucknett daughter of the saide Willyam Kaylewaye deceased twentie markes of like lawfull money of Englande. ITEM I give and bequeath morover unto Davye Plucknett fortie shillings of lawfull money. ITEM I doe give and bequeath also unto every of her children fortie shillings apece of like lawfull money of Englande. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto my nephew Raynold Hannyngton the somme of fyve poundes of currante Englishe moneye, to be payde unto hym within thre yeares next after my decease. ITEM I doe give and bequeath further unto my sayde nephew Raignold Hannington my graye nagge and one cowe which is in the possession of his mother. ITEM I give and bequeath unto Francis Frampton my wyves brother my blacke trotting horse coulte. ITEM I give and bequeath unto Johan Lyte my wives syster one cowe. ITEM I give unto Henry Hussey the lesser barrel of butter and one hundred of cheise which he hath nowe at his owne house. ITEM I doe further give and bequeath unto the sayde Henry Hussey one cowe ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto my s'vant Edward Golfeney fortye shillings in recompence as well of his good service as of twoe liveries which I owe hym. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto my s'vant Hughe Talbot one obligacon with the penaltie thereof that his father and one other standeth bounde in to me as by the same obligacon it doth appeare. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto my S'vant Maude Elforde twentye shillings. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto Agnes Benbury my s'vante twentie shillinges. ITEM I give and bequeath unto Johan Payne my s'vant fyve shillings. ITEM I doe give and bequeath unto Robert Hawchins my servante fyve shillings. ITEM I give and bequeath unto Thomas Stownte[?] my s'vant five shillings. ITEM I give and bequeath unto my boye Mathewe twoe ewes. ITEM whereas by the lawes of thie Realme my wife Dorathye maye claime her dowrye of all my landes and tenements which I now have in my possession or have had in my possession synce the coverture between us: In consideracon thereof and to thende she should clayme no other dowrye in and of my landes and tente., nor yet moleste anie of the tente. of the same
otherwise then I shall hereafter express by this my laste will and also doe come in bonde by obligacon in the some of fowr hundred poundes to performe this my meaninge concerninge her dowrye within one month next after my decease yf she be thereunto lawfullye required at my nowe dwelling house in Lillington aforesaide to myne Executor then upon this this condicon I give and bequeath unto Dorathie my said wief as hereafter followeth That is to saye The some of one hundred poundes of lawfull English money to be payde unto her by my Executor as followeth That is to say at thende of six monthes ymmediatelye next after my decease thirtie and thre poundes six shillings and eight pence of currant English money and at thend of six monthes then next followinge other thirtie thre pounds six shillings and eight pence p'cell of the saide hundred poundes of like lawfull English money And at the ende of other six monthes then next followinge thirtie three poundes six shillings and eight pence of like lawfull money of Englande, as in full satisfaction and paymente of the saide some of one hundred poundes. ITEM I doe further give and bequeath unto Dorothe my saide wief thre feather beds That is to saye my beste, third beste, and fowrthe best fetherbedes six bolsters, fower pillows, fower pillowbers[?] for the same pillows, eighte paire of sheetes, eighte pair of blanketts, a dozen of napkins and six grene cushions lined with leather to be appointed and delyvered unto her by my overseers or two of them except the fetherbeds they to be delyvered as aforesayde ITEM I give and bequeath unto her also two bedsteads in the newe chambers on the Daye howse and yelding[?] howse in Lyllington, my beste and thirde beste coverlets and a garnishe of my beste pewter vessel, fow'r of my best candlesticks twoe brass panes That is to saye the seconde and fowrth best panne, two brass potts the thirde and fowrth best potts and one other brasse pott called the narrow monothed [?] pott, a bason and an ewer of tynne six joined stooles the older counter borde over the hall and a square borde with a frame to the same in the hall and thre table cloathes all which I will that my overseers shall appoint unto her my best table cloathe only excepted ITEM further I give and bequeath unto Dorathie my sayde wief tenne of my kyne which I have nowe goinge within my landes in Lillington to be appointed by my overseers or twoe of them ITEM I doe further give unto my sayde wief twoe of my beste fatt kyne now going at my grounde at Sampforde and twelve fatt sheepe now going in my groundes at Lillington and also thre scoare ewes and one Rame of those which came nowe laste from the Downes to be indifferently chosen and delivered by my overseers or twoe of them and also all the beafe that remayneth in my howse, and twoe flitches[?] of olde bacon IT I doe further give and bequeath unto Dorathie my saide wief one yoke of oxen called by the names of Dymonde and Gaye and my old wagne with one yoke and one ploughe chaine and bowes thereunto belonging ITEM also I do give unto my saide wief my younge baye amblinge geldinge ITEM I doe further give and bequeath unto Dorathie my saide wief my beste silver salte guilte with his cover, my beste guilte goblett six of my best silver spoones, a silver ale cuppe with a cover, a silver dyshe and a little silver goblett and all those six chists and cofers nowe beinge in the chamber wherein I doe lye, my best brasse panne my best cawdron fowr of my best bere barrells halfe my pailes, halfe my shepe fatt, one keve[?] my longe trendle, my trendle in the Daye howse, my brewinge vate ITEM farther my will is that all my butter and those nowe in my howse be divided into thre p'tes and being so divided I give and bequeath, and my will is that my saide wief shall have twoe partes of the same ITEM I give and bequeath unto Dorathie my saide wife duringe her life the use and occupacon of my older parlor with all the older howses adjoyninge to the saide parlor from the stayres goinge and extending Northwards of the staires beinge p'te of my capitoll messuage with free egress and regress to and from the same ITEM my will is farther that my saide wief shall have the use and occupacon of my Daye howse and the chamber over the same with two chambers over the twoe larders for the terme one whole yeare next after my decease. ITEM I doe farther give and bequeath unto my sayde wief fortie busshells of wheate fortie busshells of barlye malte and fortie bushels of dredge malte to be delivered unto her in manner and forme following That is to say: Every weke eighte busshells of eidye [?] [either?] the sayde Kyndes of grayne and that the first weke to be given within tenne dayes next after my decease ITEM I do also give and bequeath further to my saide wife twoe of my best barrow Piggs and my fowrth beste pigge ITEM I doe also give and bequeath unto my sayde wief my twoe haye ryckes set standing and beinge at Orcharde and at Hocke. ITEM farther I give and bequeath, and my will and meaninge is that my sayde wief shall frelye have and take to herself all such her apparrell whatsoever belonging to her bodie, rynges, braslettes and other jewells and all such money as she hath in her custodie at the time of my deathe whatsoever she now hath (my browch onlie excepted) and all the lynen belonginge to my bodie ITEM farther my will intente and meaninge is and I give and bequeath to my sayde wief Dorathie upon condicon aforesaid in further lewe and full satisfaction of her joynt'r and dowery one howse or tenement with all manner of howses orchards gardaines meadowes, landes and pastures and all other theire appurtenances thereunto belonginge whatsoever which late were in the tenure and occupacon of Christian Masters deceased and one close of grene wheate lyinge at Hocke containinge by estimacon seaven acres parcel of the saide tenement, exceptinge and reserving one cloase called and known by the name of Godden contayninge by estimacon tenne acres with saide cloase I the said Martyne Kailewaye have exchanged with the parson of Lillington, and in lue of the saide cloase I give and bequeath and my will and meaninge is that my sayde wief Dorathie shall have one cloase called and knowen by the name of Hocke in p'te adjoining to Broade Hocke containing by estimacon six acres be it more or less and our little copte containinge by estimacon seaven acres commonly called and knowen by the name of Hocke wood, all which my will and intent and meaninge is that she shall occupie and enioy to her owne use and profit with thappurtenances and ghrowndes and underwoodes thereto belonginge duringe her lief And also my will intent and meaninge is that the saide Dorathie my wief shall have receyve and take yearlie out of all the reste of my landes and tenements within the Realme of Englande one annuitie or yearlie rente of Tenne poundes during her lief payable at fowr quarters of the yeare moste usuall, as by a deede bearinge date the third Daye of December in the eightenth yeare above saide made to Robert Frampton Esquire and Francis Frampton gent. brothers of the saide Dorathie to the use of the same Dorathie more playnlie appearethe. And for the good will I beare to the name of the Kaylewaies as also I desire by the grace of god that all my landes maye have continuance in the name of the Kaylewayes I give, bequeath, and desire by this my present laste will and Testament unto the heires males of my bodie lawfullye begotten, all those my landes, tenements, revercons and sh'r'vice which I have before in this my laste will and Testament given or devised unto my sayde wief as aforesaid And also whereof I have given to my saide wief the use and occupacon of as aforesaide after the decease of my saide wief Dorathie or after any forfeiture by her to be committed contrarie to thintente and meaninge of this my laste will and Testament And also do give and bequeath to the heirs males of my bodie lawfullie begotten all other my mannors, landes, tenements, Rentes, revercons, remainders, uses, sh'r'vices, woodes, waters, and all other my hereditamentes with their appurtenances set lienge and beinge with the Realme of Englande whatsoever And for default of such ysue of the bodye of me the saide Martyne Kaylewaie lawfullie begotten I will and my mynde is to entaile, devise and bequeath by this my laste will and Testament all the sayde mannors, landes, tenements, Rentes, Shervice and heredimentes whatsoever all other my landes tenements and hereditamentes with their appurtenances whatsoever unto my nephew Henry Kaylewaye of Ticheborne in the countie of Wiltsh'r gent., and to the heires males of his bodie lawfullie begotten or to be begotten, and for default of such issue male to Thomas Kaylewaye the younger sonne of Willyam Kailewaye of Stalbrydge in the Countie of Dor'st deceased and to the heirs males of his bodye lawfullye begotten or to be begotten And for defaulte of such issue unto Willyam Kailway one other of the sonnes of the sayde Willyam Kaileway of Stalbridge late deceased, and to the heires males of his body lawfullye begotten or to be begotten And for defaulte of such issue unto Thomas Kaylewaie Thelder one other of the sonnes of the sayde Willm. Kayleway of Stalbridge late deceased, and to the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten And for defaulte of such yssue unto Roberte Kaylewaye one other of the sonnes of the saide Willyam Kaylewaye of Stalbridge late deceased and to the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten And for defaulte of such issue unto the right heires of the said Martyne Kaylewaye To have and to holde to the heires males of my bodie lawfullye begotten And to the saide Henrye Kaylewaye and to the heires males of his bodye lawfully begotten or to be begotten And to the said Thomas Kaylewaye the younger and to the heyres males of his bodie lawfully begotten, or to be begotten, And to the sayde Wyllyam Kaileway, Thomas Kaylewaye the elder and Roberte Kaylewaye and to the heires males of their bodies lawfully begotten or to be begotten to thonly intente and true meaninge of this my last will and Testamente And soe longe as they and every of them doe observe performe, fulfill and kepe the true meaning thereof towchinge the entailinge of all my sayde landes and tenements in manner and forme followinge and not otherwise, And therefore I the saide Martine Kaylewaye doe by this my prs'te [present] laste will and testament give and bequeath all my sayde mannors, landes, tenements and heredimentes with theire appurtenances whatsoever within the Realme of Englande after the decease of the heires males of my bodie lawfully begotten unto the sayde Henry Kaylewaye, and to the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten until such tyme as he the saide Henry Kaylewaye or anye the issue male of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten shall effectuallye and expressly assent, conclude, doe or soe aboute to doe, and make anie acte or actes to alter discontinue or change this estate entail, or anie parte thereof or of anye parte or parcel of the saide landes and tenements entailed aforesayde or shall expressly and directlye goe aboute to alter or change the meaninge of this my last will, towchinge my said mannors landes, tenementes and heredimentes or any p'cell thereof, other than that it shall and maye be lawfull to and for hym the sayde Henrye Kaylewaye or to or for anie of the yssue males of his bodye lawfully begotten or to be begotten to make anie jointure or jointures to any wief or wyves for tearme of her or theire life or lyves which he or they or any of them maye fortune to have and other wyves for tearme of her or theire life or lyves which he or they or any of them may fortune to have and other then to make anie lease or leases of any my sayde mannors, landes, tenements haeredimentes and p'mises or anye parte thereof to any parson or parsons for tearme of thre lyves or twentie and one yeares so as there be as much yearly rent reserved upon everie such lease and leases payable duringe the continuance of any the sayde lease or leases as any tyme thereafter hath bene paide for the same within fortye yeares next before the makinge of the sayde lease or leases to be made That then my will is and I doe give and bequeath, all my aforsayde mannors, landes, tenements and other the premises with their appurtenances whatsoever unto the saide Thomas Kaylewaye the younger and to theirs males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten, And that is shalbe lawfull to hym and for hym the saide Thomas Kaylewaye the younger and to theirs males of his bodye lawfully begotten or to be begotten ymmediately upon such assente, conclusion, makinge or goinge aboute as aforesaide To enter into all my saide mannors, landes, tenements, and all other heredimentes with there appurtenances, and the same to have and enioy unto hym the saide Thomas Kaylewaye the younger and to the heires males of the bodie of hym the sayde Thomas lawfully begotten, or to be begotten until such time as he the saide Thomas Kaylewaye the younger or anie the yssue male of his bodye lawfully begotten, or to be begotten, shall effectuallye and expresslye assente, conclude, doe or goe aboute to doe and make anye acte or actes, to alter discontinue or change this estate intaile, or anie parte thereof or of anie p'te or p'cell of the saide landes and tenements intailed as aforesayde, or shall expresslye or directlye goe about to alter, or change the meaninge of this my will towchinge my sayde mannors, landes, tenements, and heredamentes or any p'cell thereof other than that it shall and maye be lawfull to and for hym the saide Thomas Kaylewaye the younger or to or for anye of the yssue males of his bodye lawfully begotten, or to be begotten to make anye jointer or jointures to any wife or wives for the terme of her life or lyves, which he or they or any of them maye fortune to have and other then that to make anye lease or leases of anye my sayde manors, landes, tenets., hereditamentes and premises or any parte thereof to anie parson or parsons for tearme of thre lyves or twentie and one yeares so as there be as much yearly rente reserved upon every such lease and leases payeable duringe the continuance of anie the sayde lease and leases as at any tyme heretofore hath byne paide for the same within fortie yeares next before the makinge of the saide lease or leases so to be made: That then my will is and I doe give and bequeath, all my foresaid manors, landes and tentementes and all other the premisses with theire appurtenances whatsoever unto the sayde Wyllyam Kaylewaye and to the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten And that it shalbe lawfull to hym the sayde William Kaylewaye and to the heyres males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten ymmediately upon such assente, conclusion, makinge or goinge aboute as aforesayde, to enter into all my sayde manors, landes tenements and all other hereditamentes with theire appurtenances, and the same to have and enioye unto hym the sayde Willyam Kaylewaye and thaires males of his bodie lawfully begotten, and to be begotten until such tyme as he the said Willyam Kaylewaye or any of the yssue males of his bodie lawfully begotten, or to be begotten, shall effectually, and expressely assent, conclude doe or goe aboute to doe and make anie acte or actes to alter discontinue or shall expressly and directly go aboute to alter or change this estate intaile or anie parte thereof, or of anie p'te or parcell of the sayde landes and tenements intailed as aforesaide or change the meaninge of this my will towching my saide manors, landes, tenements and hereditamentes or anie p'cell thereof other then it shall and maye be lawfull to and for hym the saide Wyllyam Kaylewaye or to or for anye the yssue males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten, to make any jointure or jointures to any wief or wyves for terme of her or theire life or lives which he or thay or anie of them maye fortune to have; and other then to make anye lease or leasses of anie of my sayde manors, landes, tenements, hereditamentes and premisses or any parte thereof to anie parson or parsons for tearme of thre lyves or twentie and one yeares so as there maye be as much yearely rent reserved upon every such lease and leases payeable duringe the continuance of anye the said leasse and leases as at anie tyme heretofore hath bine paide for the same within fortie yeares next before the makinge of the said lease or leasses so to be made. That then my will is and I doe give and bequeath all my foresaide manors landes and tenements and all other the premisses with their appurtenances whatsoever unto the sayde Thomas Kaylewaye thelder and to the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten. And that it shalbe lawfull to hym the saide Thomas Kaylewaie Thelder and to the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten, ymmediately upon such assente conclusion makinge or going aboute as aforesaide to enter into all my saide mannors, landes tenements and all other hereditamentes with theire appurtenances and the same to have and enioye unto hym the saide Thomas Kaylewaye Thelder, and to the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten, or to be begotten until such tyme as he the saide Thomas Kaylewaye Thelder or any the yssue males of his bodie lawfully begotten, or to be begotten shall effectuallye or expressly assente, conclude doe or go aboute to doe and make any acte or actes to alter discontinue or change this estate intaile or anie p'te thereof or of anie parte or parcell of the sayde landes and tenements entailed as aforesayde, or shall expresslye or directly go aboute to alter or change the meaninge of this my will towching my saide mannors landes, tenements and hereditamentes or anie p'cell thereof, other than it shall be and may be lawfull to and for hym the saideThomas the elder or to or for anie yssue males of his bodie lawfullye begotten or to be begotten to make anie joynture or jointures to any wief or wyves for tearme of her or thiere life or lyves which he or they or anie of them maye fortune to have and other then to make anie lease or leasses of anye of my sayde mannors, landes, tenements hereditamentes, and premisses or any parte thereof to anie parson or parsons for tearme of thre lyves or Twenty and one yeares so as there be as muche yearlye rente reserved upon every such lease as (sic) leases payable duringe the continuance of anie the saide lease and leases as any time heretofore hath bene paide for the same within fortie yeares nexte before the makinge of the saide lease or leasses so to be made That then my will is and I doe give and bequeath all my foresaide manors, landes & tenementes, and all other the premisses with theire appurtenances whatsoever unto thaforesaide Roberte Kalewaye and to the heires males of his bodye lawfully begotten and to be begotten And that it shalbe lawfull to hym the saide Robt. Kaileway & to the heires males of his bodye lawfully begotten and to be begotten ymmediately upon such assent, conclusion, makinge or goinge aboute as aforesaide to enter into all my sayde manors landes tenements and all other hereditamentes with thappurtenances And the same to have and enioy unto hym the saide Roberte Kalewaye and to the heires males of his bodie lawfully begotten and to be begotten until such time as he the sayde Roberte Kaylewaie or anie thissue males of his bodie lawfully begotten or to be begotten shall effectually and expressly assente, conclude, doe or goe aboute to doe and make anie acte or actes to alter discontinue or change this estate intaled or anie p'te thereof or of anye p'te or parcell of the sayde landes and tenements entailed as aforesaide, or shall expressely and directly goe aboute to alter or change the meanigne of this my will towching my said manors, landes, tenements, and hereditamentes or any p'cell thereof other then that it shall and maye be lawfull to and for hym the saide Rob't. Kailway or to or for anie the yssue males of his bodie lawfully begotten, or to be begotten to make anie jointure or jointures to anie wief or wyves for tearme of her or their lief or lyves which he or they or anye of them may fortune to have and other then to make anie lease or leasses of anye of my saide manors, landes, tenements, hereditaments and premisses or anie parte thereof to anie p'sonne or p'sons for tearme of three lyves or twentie and one yeares so as there be as muche yearely rente reserved upon every such lease and leasses payable duringe the continuance of anye the saide lease and leasses, as at any tyme heretofore hath bene payde for the same within fortie yeares next before the makinge of the sayde lease or leasses so to be made That then my will is and I doe give and bequeath all my aforesaide manors landes, tenements and all other the premisses with theire appurtenances whatsoefever unto the right heires of me the said Martine Kaleway ymmediately upon such assent, conclusion makinge, and goinge aboute as aforesayde to enter into all those my sayde mannors, landes tenements, and other my hereditamentes, with their appurtenances, And the same to have and to houlde of the chiefe lorde or lordes, of the fee or fees thereof for the Rentes and Reserves thereof further due and of righte accustomed. The residue of all my goodes and moveables and unmoveables, not before in this my present Testamente bequeathede, my debtes beinge payde and legacies delyvered and payde I give and bequeath unto Henry Kaylewaie whome I doe make, constitute and ordaine Executor of this my present laste will and Testamente, And doe make myne Overseers of this my laste will and Testamente my welbeloved John Lewestone, Robert Frampton, and Thomas Moleyns Esquires, prayeinge them to take such paynes for me herein as I shoulde doe for them, or any of them in the lyke. In consideracon whereof I give everye of them fortie shillinges. In witness that this is my laste will and Testamente I have hereunto sette my hande and Seale.
(s) Robert Frampton, John Lewestone, Thomas Moleyns.

[The probate is in Latin, but Henrii Kaylewaye Executoris was given administration on the 30th day of January 1575.]
        Martin married Dorothy FRAMPTON. Dorothy was born in Moreton Dorset.
+ 254 F ii Emma K\C was born in 1524.
+ 255 M iii John K\C was born in 1526.

221. William K\C (Thomas K\C , William CAYLLEWAYE , William CAYLLEWAYE , 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 about 1505 in Stalbridge Dorset.

William married (1) Elizabeth WYFFEN, daughter of Robert WYFFEN.

They had the following children:

+ 256 M i Thomas the elder K\C was born about 1530.
  257 M ii William K\C was born in 1530.
+ 258 F iii Johan of Stalbridge K\C.
  259 F iv Cecily of Stalbridge K\C.
        Cecily married Davy PLUCKNETT in 1562 in Purse Candle Dorset.
  260 M v Richard K\C.

William also married (2) Ellinor COKER, daughter of John COKER. Ellinor was born in Ashbournam Dorset.

They had the following children:

+ 261 M vi Thomas the younger K\C was born about 1545 and died in 1629.
  262 F vii Agnes K\C of STALBRIDGE.
        Agnes married John SHERGALL. John was born in Poole.
  263 F viii Luce K|C OF STALBRIDGE.
  264 M ix Robert K\C OF STALBRIDGE was born in 1550 in Stalbridge.

223. Sir William K\C(2ND.KT) (Sir John K\C , Sir William K\C(1STKT.) , John K\C , 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 1495 in Rockbourne Hants. He died in Rockbourne Hants and was buried on 10 Aug 1569.

"The morowe after the day of Coronation, beinge the seconde day of October, at the palys of Wystmister, were dobyd the knightes of the carpet foloinge in the presence of the quenes majestie in her chamber of presens under the clothe of estate by therl of Arundell, lord stuarde of the quenes housse, who had of her highnes commission to execute the same:
Sir William Kelloway

From: 'Notes to the diary: 1553', The Diary of Henry Machyn: Citizen and Merchant-Taylor of London (1550-1563) (1848), pp. 328-37. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=45534&strquery=Kelloway. Date accessed: 20 May 2007.

Calendar of State Papers, 1547-1553 [Edward VI]
p. 273. #759. November 13. Wilton. The earl of Pembroke to Sir John Mason and Sir William Cecil.
My friend and neighbour [Sir William] Kaylewey, having long served the king, from home as in his country, much to his charge, means now to sue you and [the council] for release from the commission of the peace and other charges to which he is daily called within the shire. He has had to sell plate and land. Knowing him to be an upright minister of justice and a great stay for the order and quiet of his country, I think some recompense for his service should be considered. It will be hard to have his like again.
?Holograph. SP 10/15, no. 47

p. 291. #814. [?Early 1553] [footnote: Hoak, 282n. 102 (8), suggests mid 1552. But Sir William Kelway was not appointed sheriff until 1 November 1552 (CPR 1553, 387), and later that month the earl of Pembroke wrote on his behalf for release from public offices (no. 759 above).]
For a lease in reversion of the two disparked parks of Lanteglos and St. Burian ('Ellesberie'), Cornwall, sued for by Geoffrey Peryn and Richard Guye, officers of the king's cellar. Granted. For naming a sheriff for Hampshire instead of [Sir William] Kelleway, who is unable to furnish the same, brought very poor by his former service: John Norton, Thomas White. John Norton appointed. The pardon of Hussy, for whom Lord Grey has written. Granted if he brings forth the person.
In the hands of Cecil and two others. SP 10/18, no. 33

The father of Sir Francis's [Drake] bride was Sir George Sydenham, sometime sheriff of Somerset, who had inherited from his father the estate of Combe Sydenham in the same county and had added to it since. In 1561, for example, he had purchased the manor of Sutton Bingham from Sir William Kayleway of Rockborne..

BRADFORD; BRUSHFORD; CHAGFORD; EGGESFORD;HATHERLEIGH;
OKEHAMPTON; TAWTON, North; ZEAL MONACHORUM.
Writing of Sir William Kaylway of Rockeborne, Co. Southton, Knt, whereby in performance of an agreement specified in indentures made between said Sir William and John Haydon of Otery St. Mary, Gent, dated 30 June, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary (1556), Sir William grants to said John his Manors, messuages, land and tenements, and c, in Northtawton, Mounckeokehampton, Hatherlegh, Brussheford, Monckynzele, Eggysford, Teyngcombe, Chaggeford, Bradeworthy, Okeford, or elsewhere, in Co. Devon, and the patronage of the Rectory of Monckeokehampton.
Attorneys. John Yeco. Gent.
John Hoper.
Dated 4 Aug. 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. (1556)
Broken seal.
Possession was taken by John Yeo, Gent. one of the Attorneys and was delivered by him 9 Sept. in the presence of:-
William Homberstone, Esq.
Edward Fursse, of Okehampton.
John Cole, Jnr. of Okehampton
Richard Roggers.
John Payne.
Christopher Vyvyan.
William Venton.
John Arnold.
30 June 1556

Sir married Ann HALWAYS. Ann was buried on 13 Aug 1582 in Rockbourne.

PRO Index to proceedings Court of Requests
temp. Elizabeth 1558-1603
Richard Kyrley v. dame Anne Keylewaye and others re claim of dower in the manor of Rockbourne, county Hants

Sir and Ann had the following children:

+ 265 M i Francis K\C was born in 1525 and was buried in Feb 1601/1602.
  266 F ii Bridgett K\C was born about 1528.
        Bridgett married Philip OKDEN.
  267 M iii John K\C was born in 1530 in Rockbourne Hants.
  268 M iv Edward K\C was born in 1530 in Rockbourne Hants.

Edward Kellaway

Son of Sir William II and Anne.

He may be the Edward Kelway who bought an Oxfordshire prebend in 1547 and exchanged it in 1550 for lands in Devon and Somerset.47
  269 M v Ambrose K\C was born in 1535 in Rockbourne Hants. was buried in 1582 in Rockbourne.

Ambrose

Evidently another son of Sir William and Anne. He is probably also the Ambrose Kelway who matriculated at Queen's College, Cambridge in1553. 48

Ambrose Kellaway was buried at Rockbourne in 1582, the same year as his mother.
  270 F vi Sybil K\C was born about 1540 in Rockbourne Hants.

Sybil Kellaway

Daughter of Sir William II and Anne, she married George Thorpe (then 18) in c1556. ( Sir William had been granted his custody and marriage. 49 ) She is mentined in the 1601/2 Will of Francis Keylway as ' ... my sister Tharpe... ' .50
        Sybil married George THORPE in 1556. George was born about 1528.
+ 271 F vii Elizabeth K\C was born in 1542.
+ 272 F viii Mary K\C was born in 1544.
+ 273 F ix Ann K\C was born about 1545.
+ 274 M x Charles K\C was born about 1550 and died in 1605.

224. Dorothy K\C (Sir John K\C , Sir William K\C(1STKT.) , John K\C , 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 1497 in Rockbourne Hants.

Dorothy married (1) John BULLER.

They had the following children:

  275 M i John BULLER was born about 1530.

Dorothy also married (2) William(Black WILL)LYTE.

225. Giles K\C (Sir John K\C , Sir William K\C(1STKT.) , John K\C , 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 1515 in Rockbourne Hants.

I also learned a bit more about Giles, s/o Sir John of Rockbourne. Giles had a son named Humphrey! I looked at those parish registers from around Charlton Mackeral, Somerset where all the males named Giles were found. There is a Humphrey C/K there also who fathered a number of children. So, that must be Giles'
clan up there. Sherrill
There are Giles in Baltonsborough area too.

Giles whom we know was in the Royal Navy and Captain of the 'George of Ditsam' at the time of the sinking of the 'Mary Rose'. I have published the engraving of this occasion. Giles then disappeared for a time, but it is on record that he inherited huge chunks of land because of 'capturing a Spanish Barque in the East', and undoubtedly being favoured by his 'cousin' Robert appointed to dissolve the Monasteries.
Bruce

Augmentation Office: Particulars for leases, temp. Elizabeth and James - for Dorset:
Exechequer: Particulars of Grants for lands, rent etc. of dissolved monasteries, chantries, etc.:
Prideaux, Nicholas and Roger, gent. 12 April 1550: Farms in Symondsbury and Bridport, Bradpole, etc. (among many others) late held by the Hospital of St. John Baptist in Bridport.
[Note: Symondsbury was owned by the Abby of Cerne before the dissolution.]

1547-1555. Calendar of Deeds Enrolled.
Easter; 3 Edw. VI [1549-1550], m. 14. Giles Kelway of Strowde, Dorset, Esqr. and Wm. Lennard of Taunton, Som't, merchant, to David Hensley, clerk - Grant of fee in a messuage tenement and lands called Lamplands in parish of Kenn, Devon, heretofore given for the support of a lamp in the church at Kenn [3 April 3 Edw. VI]

Easter: 4 Edw. VI [1550-1551], m. 6. Giles Kaylewayne, of Strode, Dorset, Esqr. to Wm. Leonard of Taunton, Som't - Release of fee of all right, title and interest in the rectories of Sheldon and Leynthill, Devon, late parcels of the dissolved monastery of Dunkeswell, Devon, in the late Hospital for Lepers of St. Mary Magdalene in Athlyngton near Bridport, Dorset, and in the dissolved Free Chapel of St. Ellen of Childfrome in Dorset, in the house and mansion of the rectory of Lanteglos, Cornwall, lately belonging to the Dissolved Hospital of St. John, Welles, Somerset; messuages, burgesses and house in Taunton, Som't parcel of the late Chantry of the Holy Trinity in that town; and in the house and edifices in Taunton lately belonging to the chantries of the name of Jesus St. Andrew and of St. Mary the Virgin; and in other houses in Taunton lately belonging to the friaries of the Holy Cross and of St. Sepulcre in the same town.

1 May 4 Edw. VI [1550-1551], m. 7. The same Giles and the same Leonard to Leonard Yeo of Hatherby, Devon, gent. Sale in fee of a messuage, lands and tenements called Middle Tysshelegh, Holeparkes St. Mary, Meade, Bytcombe, Wyndegate & Reddown; lands in Hatherleigh, Blake Toryton and Echickland Town lately belonging to the Dissolved Friary of St. Mary in Hatherleigh. 4 April 3 Edw. VI.

1538-1544: C 1/1020/26
Giles Keylwey v. John Newman and John Newton, clerks, Robert Herseforde and others: Destruction of enclosures at Strode (in Netherbury) and poaching under the pretext of entering gentlemen's hawks and hounds. Dorset

1542-1547. Acts of the Privy Council:
p. 250. A letter was written to Bernardo Smith of Totneye, Mr. Troblefeld and Mr. Giles Kelway to restore unto John Aristiqueta of St. Sebastion in Spayne a certain shippe named St. John wyth the goods taken or else to repayre hither and to declare why they should refuse to do so.

p. 266. (1545). A letter was written to the Judges of the Admiralty to settle a matter between Aristogeute, Spainard, and Giles Kedlway, William Bell and Richard Smith touching a certaye barcke of San Sebastion taken by them in the western portion and to take bands [bonds?] of the sayde Giles Kelwaye to make answer in the law to all such thynges as they might be charged wyth all on that behalfe.

1544-1551: C 1/1136/32-34
Giles Keylwey, gentleman, and Joan his wife, formerly Joan Prydeaux, and late the wife of Thomas Poxwell of Strode, esquire v. Joan, late wife of Richard Strode: manor of Strode (in Netherbury) and messuages and lands in the parish of Netherbury, Hawkchurch (now in Devon), Horyge [i.e. Herridge in Thorncombe], settled on the said Thomas by Thomas Poxwell of Marnhull, esquire, his father. Dorset

1544-1551: C 1/1239/15
Giles Kelway v. Thomas Chard: Detention of deeds relating to lands in Erlyngton (i.e. Allington?) late of Monden's chantry in Bridport. Dorset.

Giles married Joan PRIDEAUX, daughter of John PRIDEAUX and Joan FORTESCUE. Joan died in 1575 in Strode.

Lay Subsidy, Dorset. Bridport Div:
No. 104-130. Dated 22 Sept 27 Hen VIII (1535-1536)
Assessment of lst payment of a subsidy granted 26 Hen VIII (1534-1535):
Hundred of Bemyster - Thomas Poxwell de Bowood armg.

No. 104-216. Granted 10 Feb 1 Eliz. (1558-1559)
The tithings of Stooke Abot & Bowoode:
Johane Keleway, widoe, in lands Lviii.xs.viiid.

Will of Johan Chidleye PCC 2 Carew
dated 20 May 1575.
Johan [Joan] Chidleye of Strowde in the parish of Netherburye, Dorset, widow
-to be buried in same place as Mr. Poxwell my first husband at Netherburie
-To Netherburie church 20s.
-To everie of George Lane's children at Berie Pomerie being alive, my godchildren, 6s.8d.
-To poore of Berie Pomerie 20s.
-To the Mawdelen howse of Allington 3s.4d.
-To the almshouse House of Birpote 3s.4d.
-To the poor of Abbot Stoke 6s.8d.
-To the poor of Netherburie 20s.
-To my godchildren 1s. apiece, George Lane's chldren, Mary Courtis and John Peache excepted
-To those that ringe my Knell 12d. apiece
-I appoynte Thos Gage, John Mylles, Nicholas Crabbe, Ed Kinasland, and John Clare to carry me to the church 12d. apiece
-To Johan Clare my goddaughter 6s.8d. in the hands of the exers. of John Bilke of Parrie, at marriage
-To Marie Cowrtis 40s. at marriage
-To Thomas ffleete's children 4d. each
-To Thomas Mawdleye brasse panne and chaffer
-To each of Elnor Roman's two daughters L6:13:4 at marriage; to their mother pare of sheetes, towele and border clothe.
-To Wm Peache's daughter Johan 6s.4d.
-Bedestede in Higher chamber at Strowde to remaine to next heirs of same Lande
-Residue to Hughe Keylwaye my sonne and executor
-Roger Gibbs and John Mylles (overseers) 6s.8d. each
Witnesses: Edward Lawrence, William Hooper, Anthonie Case, Henrie Bishopp, Ch'rofer Hooper
-Debts owing to testratrix from Thomas Mawdley, Thos. Lodge, Stephen Ridgeway, Stephen Hallett, John Talbott, John Richards the younger, John Hody of Hill, Johan Crall [Crabb?] widdow.
-Proved 6 July 1576 by Hugh Kaylewaye

Giles and Joan had the following children:

  276 M i Hugh K\C was born about 1540.

NOTE: Hugh Kellewaye was a witness to the will of Nich Crabbe of Horsey, Sourhlande, Netherbury, dated 29 Oct 1571. Johan Chidley was a witness to will of Nich Crabbe, 1571; she owed Nich Crabbe L7:6s:8d; ; she was made trustee for Grace Crabbe for xx li. with Wm Simms by testator Nich Crabbe.

Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, Vol. XVIII
#11. Turberfield, Paxwell and Kaylway
The Devon Visitation of 1531 (H.18 fol. 97 at Herald's College) contains a narrative pedigree of "Predyokys" of Ocherton, co. Devon from which the following facts are obtained.
Joan Fortesque, widow of John Predyokys, was the wife of Richard Trobleford of Ower, co. Dorset in 1531.
By her first husband she had one son John, & 2 daughters, Jone and Isabel.
John Predyokys was married to Agnes Honeychirche of Daystoke. Jone was wife of Thomas Paxwell of Stroud, co. Dorset who hath by her Elianor and Elizabeth.
Isabel was married to William Cosby of Dartmouth "and hath issue Thomas".
I have also a copy of the will of Joanne Turborvild (PCC Populwell 10). It is dated 2nd Feb 1547/8. Inter alias she names her brother Thomas Fortesque of Wympton, her son John Pyedyce and his two sons, William and John, her son-in-law Cosby, his wife Isabel and their two daughters Jone and Agnes, her daughter Jenet Kaylway (or Kelway) and the latter's son, Hugh Kaylway.
Amongst god-children, she mentions the son of her 'cousin' John Predyce of Orcherton and Jone Turberfeld; also, as a god-son of her late husband, the son of Henry Turberfeld.
It seems from the absence of mention of Thomas Paxwell and his two daughters that all three had died before 1548. Janet Kaylway must be the relict of Thomas Paxwell.
Thomas Cosby the old lady's eldest grandson would also seem to have predeceased her.
I will be grateful for assistance in tracing further about the Dorsetshire men who come into this pedigree.
Meshed, East Persia
F. B. Prideaux (1926)

229. Elizabeth K\C (Sir John K\C , Sir William K\C(1STKT.) , John K\C , 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 1522 in Rockbourne Hants.

There were 9 children by the first marriage

Elizabeth married (1) Robert MARTIN. Robert was born in 1508 in of Athelhampton.

They had the following children:

  277 M i Nicholas MARTIN.
  278 F ii Ann MARTIN.
        Ann married (1) Thomas TREGONWELL, son of Sir John TREGONWELL and Elizabeth BRUCE. Thomas died before 1565.
        Ann also married (2) Sir Oliver WALLOP.

Elizabeth also married (2) Sir John TREGONWELL on 15 Jun 1549. Sir died on 13 Jan 1564/1565.

Warefare and Witchcraft at Milton Abbey, 1573:

To understand the motive underlying the violent proceedings revealed by the following law suite, it is necessary to correct the pedigree of the Tregonwell Family as printed in Hutchin's History of Dorset, Vol.
I, p. 161. The mother of Sir John's children was not his second, but his first wife, Elizabeth Bruce.
Besides their son, Thomas Tregonwell,, they had two daughters, Anne, wife of Sir Richard Rede, and Jane, wife of Robert Thornhull, Esq.
On June 15th, 1549, Sir John Tregonwell and his second bride, Elizabeth, widow of Robert Martin, Esq.
of Athelhampton Hall, and daughter of Sir John Kellaway of Rockbourne, were married in Puddletown Church. By her he had no children, but she broght him nine Martin step- children of whom the eldest daughter Anne became the wife of Thomas Tregonwell, only son to Sir John. Double inter-marriages are generally a prolific source of friction between families, and to complicate relationships, the said Thomas died before his father and his widow re-married to Sir Oliver Wallop, ancestor of the Earls of Portsmouth. Thus in the interval between the death of Sir John on January 13th, 1564, and the coming of age of his heir, there were two dowagers, half-a-dozen step-uncles and a bevy of half-brothers and sisters living more or less at Milton Abbey with young John. The following law-suits show the result:
Tregonwell v. Martin [Star Chamber Proceedings I 20/99]
John Tregonwell of Mylton, Esq., states that Sir John Tregonwell, knt. (deceased) was, besides other lands, seized in fee of a great barne and 600 acres of arable in Mylton alias Mydleton which plaintiff as "cosen" and heir-at-law of Sir John, being son and heir of Thomas Tregonwell, Esq., decd., who was son and heir of Sir John, claimed by right of descent. But on the 11th day of December in the 16th year of Queen Elizabeth, James Martyn of Mylton, gent., George Bingham of Mylton, gent, John Wytterage of Mylton, yeoman, Christopher Devoll of Mylton, yeoman, John Chesman of Southover, husbandman, Rychard Moryshe of Mylton, husbandman, Humphrie Squibb of Melcombe, yeoman, John Melemouth of Mylton, husbandman, Henry Haley, William Hix of Melcombe, husbandman, John Chapman of Mylton, Jollefe Maypowder of Mylton, labourer, riotously assembled to disseise plaintiff of the barn and land, and a great quantity of corn in the barn valued at 550 marks. These persons "about 12 o'clock in the dead and deepe of the night" arrived with bows, arrows, guns, swords, bills "and great long staves with pykes of stele in thend" and shouting and howling marched towards the barn. Two of the plaintiff's servants were at the barn and after the rioters had broken open the door one of the plaintiff's servants named Thomas Kexston was "deadly wounded and is not likely to recover" and the other Walter Bearde" with a sheaf of arrowes was fast nayled to the wall." Subsequently the whole town was raysed and the constables and inhabitants dispersed the rioters. Some defendants (whose names are missing) answer that the barn and lands were not justly the property of plaitiff till the death of Dame Elizabeth Tregonwell widow of Sir John. Plaintiff is stated to have treated Dame Elizabeth discourteously and to have "presumed to beate and wound one of the manuel servants of Dame Elizabeth within her dwelling home where complainant was very friendly enterteyned" and also had maintained against Dame Elizabeth "an evill dyspozed womqn comenlie taken, reputed and named in that countrey to "be a witche." "Dame Elizabeth had granted the barne and land in trust to Richard Rogers and Thomas Moreton Esqrs. and William Sommaster gent.
Thus ends the first law-suit and there was peace for eight years.
The mention of William Sommaster suggests how an agreement was reached between the parties, for the young squire John Tregonwell was married to Anne, daughter of William Sommaster of Samborne, Hants, and doubtless got his barn and broad acres with her as a dowry.
In the next legal procedings the Martins take the initiative. The old dowager Lady Elizabeth Tregonwell had a last died. Her son Nicholas Martin was not satisfied with what he got under her will so to law they went again and Nicholas made sure of an easy victory, as John Tregonwell was an invalid (and soon afterwards died). But, John's wife proved herself a match for the high Sheriff and all his deputies.
Witness the following: --
Martyn v. Tregonwell [Star Chamber M. 16/3 & 46/7] "Nicholas Martyn, Esq., Sheriff of Dorset, in consequence of a judgement against John Tregonwell of Melton, Esq., by the former's under Sheriff, Edmund Huntley and by oaths of William Strangways and others seized in execution 128 hogge sheep, 9 rams, 5 wethers, 240 ewe sheep, 120 lambs, 3 colts, 1 gelding,
6 kyne, 1 bull and 1 yerling bullock the property of Tregonwell. In company with Huntley were Edmund Huntley his son, and Henry Chipley and Walter Crabbe plaintiffs servants. But Anne Tregonwell defendants wife with several persons had rescued the said cattle by force and Anne is said to have thrown stones at the Under Sheriff."
Who says Dorset ladies were the 'weake vessels' in those days?

From: Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, Vol. XVII (1923), p. 67f.

>
> Sir John Tregonwell, a lawyer who had helped arranged Henry VIII's
> divorce from Catherine of Aragon and at the Dissolution acted as
> commissioner taking the surrenders of monasteries, bought the Abbey
> and estate in 1540 for 1,000. He died in 1565 but the Tregonwell
> family lived at Milton Abbey for a century afterwards.
>
> Sir Richard Olyver, priest, was instituted to Paddestowe on the death
> of Sir Ralph Vivian 1547 (Bp. Veysey, fo.126) The patron was John
> Tregonwell Esq.
> who had purchased the advowson for that town from the late Prior &
> Convent of Bodmin. Tregonwell was evidently the same person as the
> notorious Vicar-General of King Henry VIII. Sir John Tregonwell, one
> of the chief of the King's instruments for the suppression of the
> Monasteries. Sir John came down & took the "surrender" of the great
> Priory of Bodmin on 27th Feb.
> 1538-9, when the Prior & 8 Canons handed over their Convent and all
> its possessions to the King.

Arms show Tregonwell with Kellaway Bingham Rumsey Blisset. Why Blissett

230. Alice K\C (RobertofNewSarum K\C , Sir William K\C(1STKT.) , John K\C , 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 ).

Alice married William GAWEN.

They had the following children:

  279 M i Thomassilversalt GAWEN.

231. Robert Wards and Liveries K\C (RobertofNewSarum K\C , Sir William K\C(1STKT.) , John K\C , 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 1497. He died in 1581.

The Will of Robert Kellway is a little more informative about his family and background. It is dated 6 July 1580 when he was about 83 years old, and probate was granted to his executors in 1581.62 He describes himself as " of Stebimhaith " (Stepney), but apparently died in Exton, Rutland, ( perhaps at the home of his daughter).

He was clearly a very wealthy man with " dwellinge howse(s) " in Middlesex and Berkshire, and in London at the Temple and in Fleet Street, and property and interests elsewhere. His first and largest monetary bequest (1000) was " ... unto my coosen ffrancis Kellwaye sonne and heire of Sir William Kellwaye knight deceased one Thowsannde Pounds ... " Additional family bequests included: ten pounds to Lady Kellwaye, late wife of Sir William, ten pounds to his Godson Edward Button and a horse to his cousin Ambrose Kellwaye. He left one of his best horses or geldings to Sir Thomas Bromley, Lord Chancellor of England, and named him as one of four trusted friends appointed to be supervisors and overseers of his will. After a large number of specific bequests Robert Kellaway left the remainder of his estate to his daughter Anne, the wife of John Harrington.

Although the term " cousin " was often used loosely at that time it seems likely, given the detailed circumstances, that on this occasion it means that Francis Kellaway was Robert's first cousin. This would indicate that Robert was the son of a brother of Sir William Kellaway, either Giles, John, Henry or George - or possibly of another brother not yet discovered.

The will also names " My Nephew Thomas Calweny(?) sonne of William Calwey Esquier," and nephews Robert and Peter South, none of whom have yet been identified.

Robert married Cecily BULSTRODE WID SIR ALEX UNTON in 1549.

m 1553 Cecily Bulstrode, wid of Sir Alex Unton (d 1547); 1d
many career details, legal etc; purchase of Manors etc
d Feb 1581

Robert and Cecily had the following children:

  280 F i Ann K\C.
        Ann married Baron John HARRINGTON in Exton.

234. Sir Hugh PAULETT (Lora K\C , Sir William K\C(1STKT.) , John K\C , 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 1506 in Hinton St.George Somerset. He died in 1572.

Sir married Phillipa POLLARD in 1528 in Hinton St. George Somerset.

They had the following children:

  281 M i Nicholas PAULETT was born in Hinton St.George Somerset.
  282 M ii George PAULETT was born in Hinton St.George Somerset.
  283 F iii Jane PAULETT was born in Hinton St.George Somerset.
  284 M iv SirAmyas(2) PAULETT was born in 1536 in Hinton St.George Somerset. He died in 1588.
        SirAmyas(2) married Elizabeth BLOUNT.

236. John DEVIOKE (Elizabeth LUCCOMBE , John LUCCOMBE , Margery/Margaret DE KAYLE , 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 1415.

CP 12/1/46/92, number 30
County: Devon
Place: Westminster
Date: Two weeks from St. Michael, 12 Edward IV [13
October 1472. And afterwards one week from St.
Michael, 13 Edward IV (6 October 1473).

Parties: William Deuyok' [Deviock], querent, and JohnDeviock the younger and Joan, his wife, deforciants.

Property: The manors of Cadekebeare and Melbury
and the advowson of the church of Monkeokhampton, 45 messuages, 12 gardens, 1000 acres of land, 120 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 20 acres of wood,
200 of moor and 1000 acres of furze and heath, 10 pounds, 8 shillings, 10 pence and ? halfpenny of rent and rent of 1 horse's nail and 2 red roses in Monkeokhampton,
Nethercote, Southcote, Maddeford, Blakedon, Croft,
Greneslade, Bradeworthe, Methermelbury, Weggedon,
More, Manyspesdyche, Overmelbury, Brokescombe,
Cokeswall, Northcombe, Jageford, Wykeiarmen,
Teyngcombe, Fenne, Okehampton, Plympton,
Neutonbusshell, Northtauton, Loworthy, Westworth
More,
Chychemore, Pyre, Crydeton, Exon and in the parish
Of Sc'i Leonardi [St Leonard] outside the south gate of Exon [Exeter].

Action: Plea of covenant

Agreement: John and Joan have acknowledged the
manors, tenements, rent and advowson to be the right of William, as those which he has of their gift, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the
heirs of Joan to him and his heirs for ever.

Warranty: Warranty
For this: William has granted to John and Joan the manors, tenements, rent and advowson and has rendered them to them in the same court, to hold to John
and Joan and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders to (1) WILLIAM CAYLEWAY, son of the
aforesaid Joan, and the heirs of his body, (2) to ROBERT CAYLEWAY, brother of WILLIAM CAYLEWAY, and the heirs of his body, (3) to JOAN the elder,
ELIZABETH, KATHERINE, ANNE, AMY AND JOAN the younger and
MARGARET, daughters of the aforesaid Joan, the wife of John Deviock, and the heirs of their bodies, (4) to John Deviock the elder and the heirs of his body,
(5) to William Deviock, brother of John Deviock the elder, and the heirs of his body, (6) to JOHN TRECARELL the younger and MARGARET his wife, sister of the
Aforesaid William Deviock, brother of John Deviock the elder, and the heirs of their bodies, and (7) to the right heirs of John Deviock the younger.

Roger Wyke last presented at Sutton Bingham in 1467, the year of his death. Before William C/K made his first presentation in 1500, there was an interim presentation made in 1478, by John Devyoke. What was the reason for this, and who was John Devyoke?

John DEVYOK (fl.1472-1500) of Ethy, Cornwall. Born c.1420
Son of John Devyok(d.1474) and Elizabeth, daughter of John Luccombe of Bodmin.
1467-8M.P. Bodmin. (H.P.p.273)
21 Jun.1469Pardoned. (ibid.)
In Dec.1472 Part owner and victualler of "le Barbara" of Fowey, guilty of piracy.
27 Oct.1473 On a commission to array the lieges of Cornwall to capture St.Michael's Mount, taken
by Oxford and others.
1484 A feoffee for John Moyle

Book of Okehampton Index p.23
DEVYOK, Jane Married John Cary abt 1520
DEVYOK, John & Johanna Owned land in Kympleigh 1481
DEVYOK, Edmund 1475
DEVYOK, Edmond Son of John and Johanna 1481
DEVYOK/DEVIOCK/DEVICK Cornwall family which owned Kigbere abt 1428
DEVYOK, John Armiger 1481

John married (1) Isabell.

They had the following children:

+ 285 F i Jane DEVIOKE was born about 1440.

John also married (2) Joan.

CP 12/1/46/92, number 30 County: Devon Place: Westminster Date: Two weeks from St. Michael, 12 Edward IV [13 October 1472. And afterwards one week from St. Michael, 13 Edward IV (6 October 1473). Parties: William Deuyok' [Deviock], querent, and John Deviock the younger and Joan, his wife, deforciants. Property: The manors of Cadekebeare and Melbury and the advowson of the church of Monkeokhampton, 45 messuages, 12 gardens, 1000 acres of land, 120 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 20 acres of wood, 200 of moor and 1000 acres of furze and heath, 10 pounds, 8 shillings, 10 pence and ? halfpenny of rent and rent of 1 horse's nail and 2 red roses in Monkeokhampton, Nethercote, Southcote, Maddeford, Blakedon, Croft, Greneslade, Bradeworthe, Methermelbury, Weggedon, More, Manyspesdyche, Overmelbury, Brokescombe, Cokeswall, Northcombe, Jageford, Wykeiarmen, Teyngcombe, Fenne, Okehampton, Plympton, Neutonbusshell, Northtauton, Loworthy, Westworth More, Chychemore, Pyre, Crydeton, Exon and in the parish of Sc'i Leonardi [St Leonard] outside the south gate of Exon [Exeter]. Action: Plea of covenant Agreement: John and Joan have acknowledged the manors, tenements, rent and advowson to be the right of William, as those which he has of their gift, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Joan to him and his heirs for ever.
Warranty: Warranty For this: William has granted to John and Joan the manors, tenements, rent and advowson and has rendered them to them in the same court, to hold to John and Joan and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders to (1) WILLIAM CAYLEWAY, son of the aforesaid Joan, and the heirs of his body, (2) to ROBERT CAYLEWAY, brother of WILLIAM CAYLEWAY, and the heirs of his body, (3) to JOAN the elder, ELIZABETH, KATHERINE, ANNE, AMY AND JOAN the younger and MARGARET, daughters of the aforesaid Joan, the wife of John Deviock, and the heirs of their bodies, (4) to John Deviock the elder and the heirs of his body, (5) to William Deviock, brother of John Deviock the elder, and the heirs of his body, (6) to JOHN TRECARELL the younger and MARGARET his wife, sister of the aforesaid William Deviock, brother of John Deviock the elder, and the heirs of their bodies, and (7) to the right heirs of John Deviock the younger.

John and Joan had the following children:

  286 M ii Edmund DEVIOKE died before 1500.
        Edmund married Margaret ASSHE ?1481. Margaret died after 1502.

4)Reference: 3248A-0/11/122
Devon Record Office
Creation dates: 1481
Scope and Content
Grant
1 John Asshe and Margaret his wife
2 John Devyok, Joan his wife and Edmond, their sons
Premises: Lands in Kymplegh

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