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John le Scot Lord of Calverley
(Abt 1263-Bef 1336)
John le Scot of Calverley
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Walter de Calverley
(Abt 1295-After 1318)

 

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Walter de Calverley

  • Born: Abt 1295, Yorkshire, England 151
  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: After 1318, Yorkshire, England 151

bullet  General Notes:


This Calverley Pedigree is based on The Calverley Charters, Presented to the British Museum, by Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, Baronet, Vol. I, Notes on the Pedigree, Introduction, pgs. Xxix to lxvi. 151

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 151
Walter de Calverley, second son of John, was born about 1295 and he was "of age" in or before 1318. In about 1318 is when his father settled property in Calverley on Walter and his wife Joan. In 1318, William de Greenfield granted to Walter de Calverley certain property in Pudsey acquired by Greenfield from Hugh de Woodhall, and appointed John de Pudsey to give sesin to Walter and Joan his wife. Watler appointed an attorney to receive seisin of his property. The seal to this deed is one of the earliest examples of Calverley arms. On an undated charter from about 1320, Hugh de Woodhall released all his interest, and he wrote a letter to his tenant, Richard de Morley, instructing him to do homage and render all future services to Walter. Walter granted a lease of part of this land in 1318, and his father was his witness. He bought two small properties in Pudsey about the same time.
~The Calverley Charters, Presented to the British Museum, by Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, Baronet, Vol. I, Notes on the Pedigree


Walter married.


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