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Elizabeth de la Bere, wife of Oliver de Port-St. John & widow of John Arundel

Elizabeth de la Bere, wife of Oliver de Port-St. John & widow of John Arundel

Female Abt 1333 - Aft 1372  (~ 40 years)  Submit Photo / DocumentSubmit Photo / Document    Has 14 ancestors and more than 100 descendants in this family tree.


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  • Relationshipwith Mathias St. John
    Born abt. 1333 
    Gender Female 
    Died aft. 1372 
    Age ~ 40 years 
    Siblings 1 sibling 
    +1. John de la Bere, II
              b. abt. 1320
              d. 1389  (Age ~ 69 years)
    Married: 2x2. Elizabeth de la Bere, wife of Oliver de Port-St. John & widow of John Arundel
              b. abt. 1333
              d. aft. 1372  (Age ~ 40 years)
     
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    Person ID I10636  St. John Origin and Ancestry DNA Database
    Last Modified 15 Aug 2019 

    Father Ancestors John de la Bere, I
              b. 1308
              d. 1366  (Age 58 years) 
    Relationship Birth 
    Mother Ancestors Agnes Tuberville
              b. 1310
              d. 1360  (Age 50 years) 
    Relationship Birth 
    Children 2 children 
    Family ID F4433  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Husband 1 Ancestors John Arundel, III, Lord of Treloy
              b. abt. 1319
              d. bef. 1371  (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Children 
    +1. John Arundel, IV, Knight
              b. abt. 1354  [Birth]
    Last Modified 27 May 2015 
    Family ID F4811  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Husband 2 Ancestors Oliver de Port-St. John, of Fonmon
              b. abt. 1335, Fonmon Castle, Glamorgan, Wales Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. aft. 1372, Fonmon Castle, Glamorgan, Wales Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 38 years) 
    Children 
    +1. Sir John de Port-St. John, Knight, of Fonmon
              b. bef. 20 Nov 1371, Fonmon Castle Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. 26 Dec 1424  (Age ~ 53 years)  [Birth]
     2. Alexander de Port-St. John, of Barry
              b. abt. 1373
              d. aft. 1422  (Age ~ 50 years)  [Birth]  [Adopted]
    Last Modified 15 May 2014 
    Family ID F3449  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Reference: AR/20/2
      Description:
      (St Edmund king and martyr, 45 Edw III); at Tremblyth

      Lease for term of life

      John Arundell senior, lord of Lanhern, and John Arundell junior, lord of Treloy = (1)-(2)

      Richard Deuysyer, vicar of Sancta Ida, and Matthew de Bodrigy chaplain = (3)-(4)

      (1)-(2) to (3)-(4), the manor of Conerton with the advowson of its church, together with the hundred of Penwyth and its bailiffry, the manors of Tredreysek, Tremblyth and Medesole together with fairs and markets of the manor of Medesole, and all messuages, etc., and liberties belonging to the manors, hundred, etc., except for the manors of Lanhern and Treloy; for (3)-(4) to hold from John Arundel, knight, during his lifetime; after his death the lands shall remain to the heir of John Arundell knight by Elizabeth daughter of Oliver de Carminou.

      If the heirs of John son of John Arundell knight by Elizabeth die without heir of their bodies, then the lands shall remain to Oliver de Sent John during his life, and after his death to John, Oliver's eldest son, during his life, and after John's death to Oliver's heirs male by body of Elizabeth daughter of John de la Beer, knight. If the heirs male of Oliver by body of Elizabeth die without heir of their bodies, the lands shall remain to Margaret wife of Reginald Beuyle and Ralph their son; after the deaths of Margaret and Ralph they shall remain to Ralph Soor de Taluren and his heirs male of his body. If Ralph Soor dies without heirs male of his body, they shall remain to John Colyn de Lannanta and his heirs male of the body of Rose his wife, kinswoman of John Arundell knight. Warranty during the life of John Arundell knight.

      Richard Serceaux, knight, Oto Bodregan, John Serceaux, Nicholas Wanford, Ralph Clegher.

      2 tags for seals [of (1)-(2)].
      Date: 1371, Thursday 20th Nov
      Held by: Cornwall Record Office, not available at The National Archives
      Language: English
      Note:
      Richard Dyviser was instituted to St Issey on 8th Nov 1362 (Grandisson III, 1488); but his death or departure does not seem to be recorded in the bishops' registers.
      "
      Related Material:
      Cornwall Record Office AR/20/6 is the instruction to tenants that goes with this deed.

      This document is part of a group of transactions dated 1371-72 which belong together, namely Cornwall Record Office AR/20/2-13. They represent an enfeoffment by Sir John Arundell of much of his estate to trustees.
    • Reference: AR/20/4
      Description:
      (Thursday St Edmund, 45 Edw III); at Lanhern

      Gift in fee tail

      John Arundel, knight = (1)

      Richard Deuysier, vicar of Sent Ide, and Matthew Bodrygy, chaplain = (2)-(3)

      Indenture testifying that (1) has, by a simple charter (par une chartre simple) [= AR/20/3], enfeoffed (2)-(3) of the manor of Lanhern, with fees, and the advowsons of Sent Columbe and Sent Maugan; on the following conditions:

      When (1), by advice of Oliver Sent John, wishes to have recovery of the manor, fees and advowsons, (2)-(3) shall re-enfeoff him of them, for (1) and his heirs male from the body of Isabel daughter of Thomas de Molton, knight, to hold for ever of the chief lords of the fee, by services due; with remainder, if (1) dies without heirs male of the body of Isabel, to the heirs of body of John son of (1); in default of his heirs of body, remainder to the heirs male of body of (1); in default of such heirs, remainder to Oliver de Sent John for term of his life; after his death, remainder to John de Sent John, elder son of Oliver, for term of his life; after his death, remainder to the heirs male of Oliver from the body of Elizabeth daughter of John de La Beere, knight; in default of such heirs, remainder to Margaret daughter of (1), wife of Reginald Beuyle, for term of her life; after her death, remainder to Ralph son of Reginald and Margaret, for term of his life; after his death, remainder to Ralph Soor de Taluren and his heirs male of his body; in default of such heirs, remainder to John Colyn de Lannanta and his heirs male from the body of Rose his wife, cousin to (1); in default of such heirs, remainder to the true heirs of (1) for ever.

      If, before the time of re-feoffment by (2)-(3) to (1), (1) wishes to take another estate of the manor, fees and advowsons and to change the remainders, then (2)-(3) shall re-enfeoff him and entail the remainders as (1), by the advice of Oliver Seint John, shall decide. Such ordinances, estates and wills shall be performed during the life of John Arundell, son of John Arundell de Treloy, son of (1). If (1) dies before the re-feoffment, then (2)-(3) shall make a feoffment of them to the heirs male of (1) from the body of Isabel, and shall entail the remainders as above.

      Richard Cerciaux, Theobald Greyneuyll and Thomas Sent Aubyn, knights, Oto Bodrugan, Nicholas Wanford, Richard Tirel, Michael Trewynhelek, John Nanscuuel.

      [19th century] "probably his second wife".
      Date: 1371, Thursday 20th Nov
      Held by: Cornwall Record Office, not available at The National Archives
      Language: French

    Born:
    • probably 19 May 1338 but historians merged her with her niece so it's not clear which one this date applies toward. It appears to fit this generation the best.

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