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101 110 Campbell Street OLDHAM, Peter (I4381)
102 113 Driffield Road SORRELL, William Alfred (I15624)
103 113 Newcombe Road, Landport COLLINS, Eliza Ann C (I15477)
104 116 King Street LAIDMAN, Violet (I10224)
105 116 Vicarage Road McDONALD, Richard (I16239)
106 1199 - granted the manor of Bremridge, Barnstaple. [Ancestral Roots] de TRACY, Oliver of Woolacombe & Bremridge, Devon (I27530)
107 12 Portland Place LAIDMAN, John (I9993)
108 12 Waterloo Road, Freemantle, Milbrook COSTON, Agnes Beatrice (I21042)
109 123 Colney Road SORRELL, Herbert S. (I15990)
110 1237, Fulk fitz Warin guardian of Maud Pantulf, heiress of Wem, accounted to the crown of the year and waste.
2 Nov 1242.

Ralph le Butiller and Matilda his wife sued Ralph de Hodnet for half a knight's fee in Cummeshal, and escheat of Matilda.
[see notes under husband Ralph]
26 Jun 1282, Chester
Simple protection for Matilda, late the wife of Ralph le Botiller, for one year.
Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw. I, vol. 2, p. 29 
PANTULF, Maud or Aline Heiress of Wem, Shropshire (I25685)
111 127 Dartford Road SORRELL, Agnes (I15984)
112 128 Dartford Road SORRELL, William (I15723)
113 129 Ashville Road FARRELLY, Lucy Josephine Ladysmith (I15456)
114 1291 Roger de Lancastre held at his death the dale of Rydal of the king in chief for a 4th part of a fee; Cal. Inq., ii, 506.

The manor of Wythirslake, extended at £15 19s. 10d. yearly, the valley of Ridale, extended at £20, and other lands are assigned in dower to Philippa late wife of Roger de Lancastre, although the king lately took the homage of John de Lancastre, Roger's son and heir, for the lands which his father held in chief and caused him to have seisin thereof, it was not his intention to omit assigning dower of the lands to Philippa. Cal. Close Rolls, 1291, p. 169.

From: 'Rydal and Loughrigg', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924), pp. 20-29. 
de LANCASTER, Sir Roger of Kendal, Westmorland (I27121)
115 1294: Summoned to attend the King wheresoever he might be.
1296/1297: Summoned to attend the King at Salisbury.
1298/1299: Summoned to Parliament.

Held to have become Lord Chaurces by writ, 1298/1299.

One of the Barons who signed the letter to Pope Boniface, 1300/1301. 
de CHAURCES, Thomas of Alfreton & Norton, Derbyshire (I26530)
116 13 Kent Terrace, SORRELL, Alfred Henry (I15564)
117 13 May 1760, William MILNER, bachelor, of Romaldkirk and Margaret
LADEMAN, spinster. Banns. Margaret Lademan her X mark
Banns. Wits: John Coats, David Milner 
Family F8043
118 13 Nov 1877, Kendal Register Office, Kendal, Westmorland, England [GRO D1877 Kendal 10b 1091 (Entry 110)]
18 77 Marriage solemnized at the Register Office in the District of Kendal in the County of Westmorland
110 Thirteenth November, 1877
Simon Taylor 21 years Bachelor Farm Labourer (residence: ) Old Hall Casterton (father: ) John Taylor Stone Mason
Elizabeth Eleanor Laidman 21 years Spinster Domestic Servant (residence: ) Greenside Lupton (father: ) Thomas Laidman Labourer
Married in the Register Office by Certificate before me, Jno Robinson Registrar C Gardner Thomson Superintendent Registrar
This Marriage was solemnized between us,
Simon Taylor Elizabeth Ellenor (sic) Laidman
In the Presence of us,
William Pool Jane Weaver 
Family F5798
119 13 Nov 1883, Brampton Register Office, Brampton, Cumberland, England [GRO D1883 Brampton 10b 709 (Entry 111)]
18 83 Marriage solemnized at the Register Office in the District of Brampton in the County of Cumberland
111 Thirteenth November 1883
Joseph Pattinson 21 years Bachelor Farm Labourer (residence: ) Alby-field Cumrew (father: ) William Pattinson Farm Labourer
Frances Laidman 19 (sic, 15?) years Spinster (residence: ) Alby-field Cumrew (father: ) Thomas Laidman Farmer
Married in the Register Office by License before me, James Reay Registrar Robt Binnie Supt Regr
This Marriage was solemnized between us,
Joseph Pattinson Frances Laidman
In the Presence of us,
John Nixon Margaret Brown
Spouse: Joseph PATTINSON
Parents: William PATTINSON and ??
Birth: ca 1862 (from age 21 at marriage in November 1883)
Death: not known 
Family F7349
120 133 Queen Street N. DEGROW, Ethel (I7804)
121 134 Merton Road LAIDMAN, Ella Miriam (I16981)
122 1366-80 MP
1388-98 Knight of the Shire
1380-1400 feudal Baron of Warrington
1369 fought in Gascony
1372 fought in Aquitaine 
le BOTILER (BUTLER), Sir John of Bewsey, Lancashire (I27614)
123 1377: Received West Tytherley from Joan & Margaret, daughters of Richard de Betteshorne. de BETTESHORNE, Sir John (I29085)
124 1388 - 1389: MP for Bedfordshire.
20 Oct 1391: Keeper of Salcey Forest, Northants.
Oct 1399 - Jun 1400: Constable of Pleshey Castle, Essex.
1402 & 1417: MP for Essex.
5 Nov 1406 - 30 Nov 1407: Sheriff of Essex.

will dated 12 Mar 1428, proved 11 Jul 1429. BRAYBROOKE, Gerard V (I26507)
125 139 Commercial Road GOULD, Kate Adelaide (I973)
126 139 Commercial Road, Landport LOADER, Edith Lilian (I898)
127 14 Cramer Street HIGHTON, Christopher George Wheeler (I15037)
128 14 Horton Grange LAIDMAN, Eva (I16949)
129 14 Jan 1804, John Laidman of the P[arish] Christ Church, Surrey and
Hannah Thompson of this Parish. By licence.
Witnesses: Wm. Milburn, Hannah Jibson, Jane White 
Family F7243
130 14 months; Cause of death: Tubes Mesenteric Certified LAIDMAN, John (I10205)
131 14 Spencer Road MANNING, Henry John (I15340)
132 140 Bow Road SORRELL, Charles Harold (I15825)
133 140 Bow Road SORRELL, Lizzie Maud (I15826)
134 144 Lynton Road LAIDMAN, Constance Winifred (I15339)
135 1482: Made a banneret in Scotland. (Coronation p.382)
March 1483: Appointed gatekeeper of Bamburgh Castle. (ibid.)
1484: On a commission to treat with the Scots. (ibid.)
Granted lands in Dorset. (ibid.)
22 August 1485: With Richard III at Bosworth. He was sent to York after the battle. (ibid.)
September: On a commission of array for the North. (ibid.)
Eldest son of Sir Ralph Percy (k.b.1464)(q.v.) and Eleanor Acton. (Coronation p.382)
= 1 Constance. She 2 = Sir William Eure (d.1504)(q.v.). (Clay p.56)
Children: John and Margery. (Coronation p.382).

In his 27 Jul. 1485 will Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland, made provision for "my Cousin Sr Henry Percys children for their Marriages." Constance, widow of Sir Henry Percy, re-married by 1492 to Sir William Eure [with dispensation dated 3 Jul. 1497]. 
PERCY, Sir Henry of Bamburgh (I21704)
136 149 Above Bar Street BAILEY, Arthur Laidman (I569)
137 149 Balgray Road LAIDMAN, Ebenezer Lyon (I3369)
138 15 Gisburn Mansions POWELL, Alice (I19107)
139 15 Masons Terrace, Hook, Goole FOLLON, Mary Ann (I16633)
140 15 Prisca Terrace SORRELL, Mary Ann Sallnow (I15837)
141 15 Priscow Terrace SORRELL, Samuel (I16012)
142 15 Priscow Terrace SORRELL, Samuel (I16012)
143 152 St John Street LAIDMAN, Arthur William (I16921)
144 155 Victoria Park Road SOUTAR, Emily (I1173)
145 1584, Nov. 12, Jo[hn] Lademan of Cawood, lyeing at present at the house of Jo[hn] Lademan in this parishe died 11 Nov.

Probate register available from the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, St Anthony’s Hall, Peasholme Green, Yorks YO1 7PW, probate reference: vol. 22 folio 607. 
LADEMAN, John (I12305)
146 1584: York, YKS LADEMAN, John (I12306)
147 15th Gen Hospital MURDOCH, Alexander (I5982)
148 16 Baliol Street HOOKER, Mark Laidman (I21372)
149 16 Northport Street, Hoxton Old Town GALE, Frances Ada Mary Ann (I15454)
150 16 Vine Street LAIDMAN, Thomas (I10262)

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