Sir John de la Lynde Knight
- Marriage: Claricia de Hartley
- Died: 10 Dec 1272, Sussex, England
Noted events in his life were:
• Web Reference: Dalyngride Family.
John de la Lynde witnessed a grant of the king in 1268 (Foedora, Vol I), which probably was the one to the Abbey of Burnham in Buckingham. He received further 2 grants of the king: in 1261 of 20 marks annually from the Exchequer and in 1267 houses in Ismongstrete in the city of London. He witnessed a deed of Hugh de Mortimer with Robert de Brewes, Henry Tregoz and others in the same year. - He appears in the Calender Patent Rolls in many documents as judge as well as in other documents, several times together with John Brewes or Briwes. In 'The Judges of England, V. 2' he is mentioned as justiciar in Yorkshire and that he was employed in Gascony by the king.
After the battle of Evesham he was made seneschall of the king (Cronica maiorum, Camden Soc.) - William Belet had granted the manor of Broomfield in Somerset to John de la Lynde in 1256 to which his son Walter (d. 1317) succeeded. His son Robert or Roger held the manor in 1346.
• Background Information. 1346
"Walther de la Lynde, lord of Laseby, in Lincolnshire, and Bulbrook in Sussex, son of Sir John de la Lynde, Knight, seneschal of the city of London, temp. Henry III."
~Collins's The English Baronetage, Vol. p. 529
John married Claricia de Hartley, daughter of Adam de Hartley and Cecilia. (Claricia de Hartley was born about 1223 in Dorset, England.)