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Name: William (Alditheley) De Audley Determine relationship to...
Birth: ABT 1249 Father: James AUDLEY or ALDITHLEY Mother:Ela LONGESPEE
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Death: ABT 1275
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Remarks: William de Alditheley, who, attaining majority in a year after his accession, had livery of all his lands, save a reasonable dowry to Dulcia, the widow of his deceased brother Henry. In the 10th of Edward I [1282], the king, by his precept to the barons of his exchequer, acknowledging that he was indebted to James de Alditheley, father of this William, in the sum of £1,288 5s. 13d., upon the surplusage of his account since he was justice of Ireland, commanded them to discharge the said William of £230 14s. 10d., a debt due by James to the exchequer upon another account. In this year (1275) William de Alditheley fell in an engagement with the Welsh, wherein several other brave warriors were slain, and the king lost fourteen banners. Dying without issue, he was s. by his brother, Nicholas de Alditheley. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage Ltd, London, England, 1883, p. 16, Audley, Barons Audley, of Heleigh][JohnFaye (8 Jun 05).FTW]

William de Alditheley, who, attaining majority in a year after his accession, had livery of all his lands, save a reasonable dowry to Dulcia, the widow of his deceased brother Henry. In the 10th of Edward I [1282], the king, by his precept to the barons of his exchequer, acknowledging that he was indebted to James de Alditheley, father of this William, in the sum of £1,288 5s. 13d., upon the surplusage of his account since he was justice of Ireland, commanded them to discharge the said William of £230 14s. 10d., a debt due by James to the exchequer upon another account. In this year (1275) William de Alditheley fell in an engagement with the Welsh, wherein several other brave warriors were slain, and the king lost fourteen banners. Dying without issue, he was s. by his brother, Nicholas de Alditheley. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage Ltd, London, England, 1883, p. 16, Audley, Barons Audley, of Heleigh]


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