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Needham family, Earls of Kilmorey Shavington, Salop deeds and papers
01/01/1100
1100
Former Reference Pro: NRA 11563 Shropshire Shropshire Archives 12th cent-19th cent
Sir Thomas de nedham Nedham Norfolk Mendham parish church is dedicated to All the Saints, and was originally a rectory, one turn of which, was in Sir William de Huntingfield, founder of the priory here, to which he gave it, and the other in Sir Thomas de Nedham, who gave it to William Prior
1227?
1227?
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 5. Originally published by W Miller, London, 1806.
Sir Thomas de nedham Nedham Norfolk The chapel of St. Peter at Nedham was in all probability founded by the Nedham family, and most likely, by Sir Thomas de Nedham himself, for his own tenants; and being so far from the mother-church of Mendham , was made parochial, and hath separate bounds,
1227?
1227?
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 5. Originally published by W Miller, London, 1806.
Sir Thomas de nedham Nedham Norfolk This hamlet originally belonged to the Abbot of Bury , (fn. 6) and was infeoffed by one Frodo at the Conquest, whose descendants took the sirname of Nedham , and contrary to the common rule, gave their name to this place; it should seem that the family exti
1227?
1227?
William de Ferraris Hodsock Nottinghamshire Grant to William de Ferrariis, earl of Derby, and his heirs, of free warren in all his demesne lands in the manors of Liverpol, Westderby, Everton, Crosseby, Wavertre, Salford, Bowelton, Penelton, Buttuhton, Sweineshurst, Bourtonewod, and Cherles, co. Lancaster and in the manors of Esseburne, Underwod, Bredlowe, Officlecot, Beintleg, Thorp, Mapelton, Penewick, Alsop, Eyton, Huncendon, Wednesleg, Suinerton, Hekenarton, Caldelawe, Crumbeford, Mildilton, Kercinton, Hopton, Wirkeswurth, Boutesha 1, Ypton, Mulnefeld, Matlok, Willardesley, Hertindon, Crondecote, Buestanes, Nedham, Wldon, Sternedale, Hordlowe, Heytton, Duffield, Alrewaseleg, Beurepeyr, Makeneg, Winleg, Holebrok, Suwode, Heyheg, Corteleg, Ravenesdale, Holand, Newebig?ing and Screpton, co. Derby ; and in the manors of Vattebur, Rolveston, Mercinton, Uittokesather, Joxhale, Barton, Tattenhull, Hambur, Falete, Cotes, Draieote,
Dec 14 1251
1251
Calender of Charter Rolls 374
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Grant for life, at the instance of Master Adam de Belsted, king's clerk, to Adam de Nedham, merchant of St. Albans, that he shall be quit of tallages, prises, prests and all other customs, which could be exacted from him by reason of his merchandise ; sav
10 July 1268 Woodstock
1268
Patent Rolls
Adam de Nedh'm Villata de Sc'o Albano, Hertfordshire Hertfordshire It is said that Symon Starlyng bailiff of the Hundred of Doncaster<?>  took from Adam of N 40 denarii while he was under interrogation.
Edw 1
1275
Rotuli Hundredorum vol 2 60
Albrico de Nedham Canterbury Kent Andrew Fitz Roger holding of the said vassal 2 acres of land paid annually to Albrico de Nedham 2 denarii.Roger Bercar  holding  1 acre of land of the same vassal  paid annually to Albrico de Nedham 1 denarius. Alan Alward  holding  1 acre of land of the same vassal  paid annually to Albrico de Nedham 2 denarii. Henry Bele  holding  1 acre of land of the same vassal  paid annually to Albrico de Nedham 1 denarius. Albicus <de Nedham> from the said Edmund 1 denarius for services rendered
Edw 1
1275
Rotuli Hundredorum vol 2 p493
Eustac de Nedh'm Canterbury Kent Likewise they <the Canonici> have <...> an acre of land in perpetuity as a gift <bequest?> from Eustace de N
Edw 1
1275
Rotuli Hundredorum vol 2 357
Hug de Ned'm Canterbury Kent Hugh de N owns a messuage in Bernewell which he bought from Galfrus Carvar. GC bought it from Rado of Theviham<?>. R of Th bought it from Matilda, daughter of Peter Stote, who had inherited it from Peter Stote her father. Peter bought it from William C<o>licus<?> <...>. The said H de N gave the said R de Th 8 denarii per annum
Edw 1
1275
Rotuli Hundredorum vol 2 p400
Joh'es de Nedh'm Derbyshire Derbyshire It is said that J de N, an associate of a certain Hubert, thief, later hanged at the castle, pledged/paid a fine of 5 marks to Thomas Folejambe, on behalf of his lord R<obert> Extraneus, in order to remain in his home town <i.e. not be exiled?> .............................. Likewise, Henry C<o>licus<?>  took from the said J de N one acre of meadow valued at 40 solidi, so that he would help him in his deliberation <court defence?>
Edw 1
1275
Rotuli Hundredorum vol 2 192
Joh'es de Nedh'm Canterbury Kent <Earlier part of records describes a break-in/robbery at Bauquelle, presumably Bakewell>.  Henry C<o>licus<?>  took from the said J de N while he was imprisoned one acre of meadow valued at 40 solidi, so that he would help him in his deliberation <court defence?>
Edw 1
1275
Rotuli Hundredorum vol 2 p290
john nedham Derbyshire Derbyshire while imprioned had meadow land stolen from him
1276
1276
Yeatman Feudal histoy of derbyshire vol3
NEEDHAM OF KILMOREY Shavington, Salop The collection relates primarily to manorial lands near Nantwich at Newhall, Baddington, Broomhall, Alvaston and Austerson (Alstanton), with some early deeds relating to Newton, Hatton and Daresbury near Runcorn.

Administrative history: The Needham family of Shavington in Shropshire acquired the Cheshire properties of the Dutton family of Dutton when Eleanor, sole daughter and heiress of Thomas Dutton, married Sir Robert Needham, president of the Council in the Marches of Wales, after the death of her first husband in 1622. He was created the first Viscount Kilmorey in 1625, and the 12th Viscount, Francis, was created Viscount Newry and Morne, 1st Earl of Kilmorey in 1822. The family is based at Newry, Co. Down, N. Ireland.

Arrangement: CONTENTS Manorial Records Deeds Leases Estate Papers Acquittances
01/01/1278
1278
DNE Cheshire Archives and Local Studies 1278-1768
NEEDHAM OF KILMOREY. Deeds. Nedham Grange Derbyshire Miscellaneous deeds relating to Winnington Staffs; Shavington and Cranage Shropshire, Leicestershire, Nedham Grange Derbyshire; Isle of Ely, Cumberland, Lancs and elsewhere
01/01/1278
1278
DNE/17 Cheshire Archives and Local Studies 1278-1699
Richard de needham heslerton Yorkshire Brother Robert, prior of Malton to John de Kirkby: he has received the appointment of the attorneys of Mr. Richard de Needham, rector of Heslerton, Yorkshire.
01/01/1278
1278
Special Collections: Ancient Correspondence of the Chancery and the Excheque. SC 1/8/80 The National Archives [1278-1285]
richard de nedham parson church of heselarton Yorkshire Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for Master Richard de Nedham,parson of the church of Heselarton
april 23 1282 Stanley
1282
Patent Rolls
Hen. De Nedham Flagge Derbyshire 666. Grant from Ralph fil. Radulphi Coterel de Tadinton to William fil. Johannis de Cungisden of an acre of land in Flagge. Witn. Nich. de Cungisden, Hen. de Nedham, John de Bulstones, etc. Dat. T. a. Palm Sunday [2 Apr.], 12 Edw. 1. [1284]. (Harl. 83 E. 17.)
2 Apr 1284
1284
Derbyshire Charters by I H Jeaye
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire William de Brok acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham of St.Albans 81. 12s. Ad. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Middlesex and Northampton.
20 Oct 1288 Westminster
1288
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 551
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Robert Swift of Newmarket (de Novo Mercato) acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham of St. Albans 161. 8s. 4d. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Cambridge and Norfolk.
20 Oct 1288
1288
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 553
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Laurence de Brok acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 5 marks ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Buckingham. Cancelled on payment.
20 Oct 1288
1288
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 552
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Thomas de Stodeham, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 81. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Hertford. Cancelled on payment.
20 Oct 1288
1288
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 552
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Walter de Mulcastre acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham 6 marks ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Cumberland.
8 April westminster
1288
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 535
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Walter De Mulcastre acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham 6marks ;to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in CO. Cumberland
1288
1288
Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1279 to 1288
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Robert Swift of Newmarket (de Novo Mercato) acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham of St. Albans 161. 8s. 4d. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Cambridge and Norfolk.
20 Oct 1288
1288
Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1279 to 1288 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 553
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Laurence de Brok acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 5 marks ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Buckingham. Cancelled on payment.
20 Oct 1288
1288
Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1279 to 1288 552
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Thomas de Stodeham, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 81. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Hertford. Cancelled on payment.
20 Oct 1288
1288
Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1279 to 1288 552
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Hugh de Coleworth acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham of St. Albans 68s. 8d. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Essex
28 April 1289 Westminster
1289
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1288 to 1296 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 41
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Hugh Dauudely acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 161. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Northampton.
5 May 1289Westminstr
1289
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1288 to 1296 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 42
Adam de Needham St Albans Hertfordshire Debtor: John de Swhatching' of the vill of Cranworth, of [Midford Hundred] of Norfolk, and of Somerset. Creditor: Adam de Needham, of St Albans [Herts, deceased] Amount: 16m. Before whom: Sir John le Breton, Warden of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk. When taken: 04/02/1290 First term: 21/05/1290 Last term: 17/06/1290 Writ to: Sheriff of Norfolk and Somerset Sent by: John de Wengrave, Mayor of London; William de Hethersett. Endorsement: Norff' coram Rege.

Note: Luke de Needham and John de Needham are Adam's sons and executors.
01/01/1290
1290
Luke & John sons of Adam Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Statute Staple. C 241/82/214 The National Archives 1290
Adam de Needham St Albans Hertfordshire Debtor: Richard de Winchester, knight, the son of Sir Simon de Winchester, Lord of Soberton [Meonstoke Hundred, Hants]. Creditor: Adam de Needham, of St Albans [Herts] Amount: 16m. Before whom: Ralph de Sandwich, Warden of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk. First term: 02/04/1290 Last term: 24/06/1290 Writ to: Sheriff of Hants Sent by: Ralph de Sandwich, Warden of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk.
01/01/1290
1290
Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Statute Staple. C 241/11/8 The National Archives 1290
Adam de Needham St Albans Hertfordshire Debtor: Edmund Burgilloun, citizen, of London, and of Cambs. Creditor: Adam de Needham, of St Albans [Herts., deceased] Amount: 34m. 7s. Before whom: Sir John le Breton, Warden of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk. When taken: 19/03/1291 First term: 01/04/1291 Last term: 29/09/1291 Writ to: Sheriff of Cambs Sent by: John de Wengrave, Mayor of London; William de Hethersett. Endorsement: Cantebr' coram Rege.

Note: Luke de Needham and John de Needham are Adam's sons and executors.
01/01/1291
1291
Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Statute Staple. C 241/82/213 The National Archives 1291
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Robert de Barton acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St Albans 20s; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Westmoreland
18 Jan 1292 Westminster
1292
Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1288 to 1296 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 252
Adam Nedham and wife Emma St Albans Hertfordshire. Plea of covenant: William Inge, querent, by Adam Steynwy, put in his place, and Adam de Nedham and Emma, his wife , deforciants. 1 messuage, 1 carucate of land, 80 acres of wood and 40 shillings of rent in Whathamstede. Adam and Emma have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of William, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Adam to him and his heirs for ever. William has given them 1 sore sparrowhawk.William Inge, querent, by Adam Steynwy, put in his place, and Adam de Nedham and Emma, his wife, deforciants. 1 messuage, 1 carucate of land, 80 acres of wood and 40 shillings of rent in Whathamstede. Adam and Emma have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of William, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Adam to him and his heirs for ever. William has given them 1 sore sparrowhawk.
4 May 1292; Westminster. One month from Easter, 20 Edward I [4 May 1292]
1292
Emma wife of Adam Feet of Fines
Adam de Needham St Albans Hertfordshire Debtor: Hugh Fitz-Henry, knight, Lord of Ravensworth [Gilling Wapentake, N.R.Yorks.], and Lord of half of the town of Hinton in Cambs. Creditor: Adam Needham, of St Albans [Herts] Amount: &#163;21. Before whom: Thomas Sely and William de Rainham, citizens of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk; at Boston Fair. First term: 11/11/1292 Last term: 11/11/1292 Writ to: Sheriff of Yorks. and Cambs Sent by: Thomas Sely and William de Rainham, citizens of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk; at Boston Fair.
01/01/1292
1292
Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Statute Staple. C 241/24/54 The National Archives 1292
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Robert Peche acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St Albans 10l 10s 0d; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Essex & Suffolk
29 Oct 1293 Westminster
1293
Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1288 to 1296 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 328
Adam de Needham St Albans Hertfordshire Debtor: Roger de Beltoft, knight, of Lincs. Creditor: Adam de Needham , of St Albans [Herts] Amount: 24m. Before whom: Thomas Sely and William de Rainham, citizens of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk; at Boston Fair. First term: 27/11/1293 Last term: 27/11/1293 Writ to: Sheriff of Lincs Sent by: Thomas Sely and William de Rainham, citizens of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk; at Boston Fair. Endorsement: Retornabile in banco in quindena sancti ...... |
27 Nov 1293
1293
Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Statute Staple. C 241/24/68 The National Archives
Adam de Needham St Albans Hertfordshire Debtor: Hugh Fitz-Henry, knight, Lord of Ravensworth in Yorks., and lord of half the town of Hinton in Cambs. Creditor: Adam de Needham, of St Albans [Herts] Amount: &#163;20. Before whom: Thomas Sely and William de Rainham, citizens of London: John de Bakewell, Clerk; at Boston Fair. First term: 02/05/1294 Last term: 02/05/1294 Writ to: Sheriff of Yorks. and Cambs Sent by: Thomas Sely and William de Rainham, citizens of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk; at Boston Fair.

Note: Inquisition and return: Sicut alias.
01/01/1294
1294
Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Statute Staple. C 241/25/228 The National Archives 1294
Elias de Nedham Hordlawe (Hurdlow?) Derbyshire 1472. Grant from John de Byroun, mil. [ob. 1295] to Henry his brother, for his homage and service, of all his land of Hordlawe, with men, " nativi," liberties, etc. To hold to the said Henry " et heredibus suis de corpore suo in facie ecclesie legitime procreatis " by service to the chief lord of the eighth part of the service of one knight, and two capons " in Mayo apud Salveyam " [Sawley]. Witn. Henry de Irton, Ralph le Wyne, Geoffrey de Bracebrigge, Adam de Prestwike, Jordan de Crompton, John de Buckstanis, Elias de Nedham " sergand," etc. Late 13th cent. (Harl. in E. 17.)
1295
1295
Derbyshire Charters by I H Jeaye
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire William Gerberd acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St Albans 18 marks; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Norfolk
8 Dec 1295 Westminster
1295
Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1288 to 1296 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 501
Hugh de la Croiz of Nedham Nedham NorolkNorfolk The like to William de Kerdeston and Oliver de Redham, on complaint by isbeach. Ralph de Sancto Mauro that Edward Coppinges of Harleston, chaplain, Edward his nevou, Boger Coppinges of Harleston, William Aylyne, Thomas his brother, Roger THunder, Walter
17 may 1298 Wisbeach
1298
Patent Rolls
Adam de Nedham & Luke de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Henry son of William de Dunelm[ia] acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham and Luke , his son, 591. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Hertford and London.
26 Jul 1302 Westminster
1302
Luke son of Adam Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1296 to 1302 590
Robert de Nedham ? ? Robert de Nedham was attached to answer Alan de Waleton in a plea of trespass, wherein the latter complained that when he, as attorney of the Abbot of St Albans, made a distraint on the house of Walter le Porter at Brokenwharf, the defendant wanted to tak
1 July 1305
1305
Calendar: Roll G, 15 February 1305 - 22 October 1305', in Calendar of Early Mayor's Court Rolls: 1298-1307 , ed. A H Thomas (London, 1924), pp. 170-227. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/no-series/mayor-court-rolls/1298-1307/pp170-22
John de Nedham & Luke de Nedham St. Frideswyde's (Freseteyde) Ox­ford Oxfordshire John de Nedham , who served the king and his father and who is now infirm, is sent to the prior and convent of St. Frideswyde's (Freseteyde) Ox­ford, to receive the allowance that John de Taklay, deceased, had in the same. By K. on the information of broth
1 Oct 1316
1316
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1313 to 1318 433
Adam de needham S Albans Hertfordshire. Plea of covenant: Walter Thurston of Flamstede, querent, and Adam de Nedham , clerk, deforciant. 1 messuage and 1 shop in the vill of Sc'o Albano. Adam has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Walter, as those which Walter has of his gift. Walter
Two weeks from St Michael, 12 Edward II [13 October 1318].
1318
Feet of Fines CP 25/1/88/63, number 301.
John de Nedham Newton in Holdernesse Yorkshire To the abbot and convent of Messenden. Request that they will admit York. into their house William Bellard, ' charetter,' who long served the king and his father, whom the king is sending to them, and that they will deliver to him the necessaries of life
16 Dec 1318 York
1318
Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1318 to 1323 116

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