Peter de Spalding, 12901319 (aged 29 years)

Name
Peter /de Spalding/
Given names
Peter
Surname prefix
de
Surname
Spalding
Name
Piers /of Spaldynge/
Given names
Piers
Surname prefix
of
Surname
Spaldynge
Birth
before 1290 19
Birth of a brother
before 1307 (aged 17 years)
Occupation
Employer: Sradtgarde zu Berwick
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 IV
Titel
Esquire
1311 (aged 21 years)
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 IV
Religious marriage
before 1318 (aged 28 years)
Military
Occupation
Keeper http://freepages.folklore.rootsweb.com/~bldr/forests.html
1318 (aged 28 years)
Employer: Forest of Kilgery
Event
Treason / Hochverrat
1318 (aged 28 years)
Citation details: A Short English Chronicle: London from Edward I to Edward III (1272-1377), Three fifteenth-century chronicles: With historical memoranda by John Stowe (1880), pp. 38-47.URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=58657. Date accessed : 01 July 2007.
Text:

This yere the towne and the castell of Berwyk was lost throwe treson of Peris of Spaldynge

[(fn. 1) whom the kyng had put there to kepe the towne with many burgesys of the same towne, where fore the chyldren that were put in hostage thorough the burgesys of Berwyke folowde the kynges marchalse many dayesfetterd in strong yrens. And after that cam two cardynals in to Englonde to make peace be twene Englond and Scotland. And as they went toward Durham to have consecrate one Master Lewys of Beamount Bysshop of Durham they were robbyd upon the more ofWynglesdome, of whiche robrye Syr Gylbert of Mytton was atteynt, take, drawne, hangyd, hys hed smyt of, and quarterde. And the same tyme be fel many myscheves in Englond, for the pore people dyed for hungre, and so faste that unethe men myght burythem. For a quarter of whete was then at xl s., and two yeare and di. whete was at x marke a quarter, in so moche that pore people stole chyrdern and ete them, and all so ete howndes, hors, and cattes.]

Birth of a son
before 1320 (aged 30 years)
Birth of a son
before 1320 (aged 30 years)
Birth of a son
before 1320 (aged 30 years)
Birth of a son
before 1320 (aged 30 years)
Death of a father
Death
after 1319 (aged 29 years)
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 IV
Text:

bald nach 1319

Family with parents
father
1271
Birth: before 1271 18
Death:
Religious marriage Religious marriage
himself
12901319
Birth: before 1290 19
Death: after 1319
18 years
younger brother
1307
Birth: before 1307 36
Death:
Family with Dunbar
himself
12901319
Birth: before 1290 19
Death: after 1319
wife
Religious marriage Religious marriagebefore 1318
3 years
son
1 year
son
1 year
son
1320
Birth: before 1320 30 38
Death:
1 year
son
13201397
Birth: before 1320 30 38
Death: 1397
Occupation
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 IV
Titel
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 IV
Military
Event
Citation details: A Short English Chronicle: London from Edward I to Edward III (1272-1377), Three fifteenth-century chronicles: With historical memoranda by John Stowe (1880), pp. 38-47.URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=58657. Date accessed : 01 July 2007.
Text:

This yere the towne and the castell of Berwyk was lost throwe treson of Peris of Spaldynge

[(fn. 1) whom the kyng had put there to kepe the towne with many burgesys of the same towne, where fore the chyldren that were put in hostage thorough the burgesys of Berwyke folowde the kynges marchalse many dayesfetterd in strong yrens. And after that cam two cardynals in to Englonde to make peace be twene Englond and Scotland. And as they went toward Durham to have consecrate one Master Lewys of Beamount Bysshop of Durham they were robbyd upon the more ofWynglesdome, of whiche robrye Syr Gylbert of Mytton was atteynt, take, drawne, hangyd, hys hed smyt of, and quarterde. And the same tyme be fel many myscheves in Englond, for the pore people dyed for hungre, and so faste that unethe men myght burythem. For a quarter of whete was then at xl s., and two yeare and di. whete was at x marke a quarter, in so moche that pore people stole chyrdern and ete them, and all so ete howndes, hors, and cattes.]

Death
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 IV
Text:

bald nach 1319

Source citation
Citation details: Talu 12