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St. John of Stanton-St. John and Lageham


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1262: 46 Henry III Roger de St. John obtained a license to fortify his house at Lageham, Surrey, England.
1262: 46 Henry III Roger de St. John obtained a license to fortify his house at Lageham, Surrey, England.
1262: 46 Henry III Roger de St. John obtained a license to fortify his house at Lageham, Surrey, England. 
 
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1264: 48 Henry III Roger St. John sided with the barons then in arms against the king; and after the battle of Lewes, was one of the nine chosen by them to be of the council of state.
1264: 48 Henry III Roger St. John sided with the barons then in arms against the king; and after the battle of Lewes, was one of the nine chosen by them to be of the council of state.
1264: 48 Henry III Roger St. John sided with the barons then in arms against the king; and after the battle of Lewes, was one of the nine chosen by them to be of the council of state.

To him succeeded John St. John 
 
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1297: 25 Edw I: John St. John was summoned to Parliament
1297: 25 Edw I: John St. John was summoned to Parliament
1297: 25 Edw I: John St. John was summoned to Parliament 
 
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1315-1316: C 134/52/10 	Chancery: Inquisition Post Mortem, Series I, Edward II: John de Sancto Johanne (St. John) of Lageham (Lagham), the elder: Berkshire, Surrey, Oxfordshire
1315-1316: C 134/52/10 Chancery: Inquisition Post Mortem, Series I, Edward II: John de Sancto Johanne (St. John) of Lageham (Lagham), the elder: Berkshire, Surrey, Oxfordshire
Reference: C 134/52/10
Description:
John de Sancto Johanne (St John) of Lageham (Lagham), the elder: Berkshire, Surrey, Oxfordshire

Date: 9 Edw II 8 Jul 1315-7 Jul 1316
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: Latin
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

Source: http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C9744664 
 
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1317: 10 Edw II: John St. John died
1317: 10 Edw II: John St. John died
1316-1317: 10 Edw II: John St. John died. At the time of his death was feifed of a certain tenement called Lageham, Surrey, England. And the manor of Staunton, Oxford, England. John, his son, and heir, then forty years of age [John the son was then b. abt. 1275-1277]. 
 

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