Alexander de Spalding, 1307

Name
Alexander /de Spalding/
Given names
Alexander
Surname prefix
de
Surname
Spalding
Name
Alexander /of Spaldyng/
Given names
Alexander
Surname prefix
of
Surname
Spaldyng
Birth
before 1307 36
Death of a brother
after 1319 (aged 12 years)
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 IV
Text:

bald nach 1319

Occupation
Address: Sauecampe
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 III 1
Text:

beurkundet 25 Apr 1322 in Northumberland

Text:

Charter by Walter Corbet of Langtoun, granting to William Strother and Johanna, his wife the whole manor of Leuerchild in the county of Northumberland, with mill, etc., with five acres and one rood of arable land lying in the 'solum' of Edelyngtham in a place called 'Pykeles' with 'marlers, quarers' and other pertinents, and two acres of meadow in the same vill, in a place called Hertessollyng: To be held the said manor, etc., for services used and wont. Dated at Sauecampe, Sunday in the feast of St. Mark Evangelist [April 25] 1322. Witnesses, Richard of Fryuille, Henry of Oseuille, Philip Pelletot, Galfrid of Brokhole, John of Mareschal, Peter of Sauecampe, Roger of Godesfeld, William Scot, Richard Smebert (?), Alexander of Spaldyng, and John Noreys of Mundene, clerk.

Death of a father
Death
yes
Family with parents
father
1271
Birth: before 1271 18
Death:
Religious marriage Religious marriage
elder brother
12901319
Birth: before 1290 19
Death: after 1319
18 years
himself
1307
Birth: before 1307 36
Death:
Occupation
Citation details: Band 68 Seite 251 III 1
Text:

beurkundet 25 Apr 1322 in Northumberland

Text:

Charter by Walter Corbet of Langtoun, granting to William Strother and Johanna, his wife the whole manor of Leuerchild in the county of Northumberland, with mill, etc., with five acres and one rood of arable land lying in the 'solum' of Edelyngtham in a place called 'Pykeles' with 'marlers, quarers' and other pertinents, and two acres of meadow in the same vill, in a place called Hertessollyng: To be held the said manor, etc., for services used and wont. Dated at Sauecampe, Sunday in the feast of St. Mark Evangelist [April 25] 1322. Witnesses, Richard of Fryuille, Henry of Oseuille, Philip Pelletot, Galfrid of Brokhole, John of Mareschal, Peter of Sauecampe, Roger of Godesfeld, William Scot, Richard Smebert (?), Alexander of Spaldyng, and John Noreys of Mundene, clerk.

Source citation
Citation details: Taulu 3