Haldane de Cromwell


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Haldane de Cromwell

  • Born: Cromwell, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England
  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: Lambeley, Nottinghamshire, England

bullet   Another name for Haldane was Aldene de Crumwell.1201

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 141
Ralph de Cromwell
, son and heir of Ralph de Cromwell, who was son an heir of another Ralph, who was son and heir of Hugh, the son and heir of Haldane, living during the time of Henry II, according to Curia Rgis, roll no. 162, m. 31 d.

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 551, footnote (c)

• Background Information. 1201
Alden held Lambley of king William the first, and there had one plow, or plow land, or carucat, twenty villains, three bordars, having four plows or caucats, three sochm with one plow or car. on half a car. of land, here were two mills 20s. and twenty acres of medow, pasture wood one leu. long, four qu. broad. In the Confessours time, and in the Conquerours, this kept the value of 60s. This Aldene was lord also of Crumwell, of which place the ancient owners of this manor took their name, the first of which was Ralph de Crumwelle, son of Hugh de Crumwelle, who about 12 H. 2. [Lib rubr. n Scaccar] held a knights fee of the Bishop of Lincolne of the old feoffment. Raph de Crumwell, 22 H. 2. [Rot: Pip: 22 H: 2] gave account of ten marks of the amercements of the forest. The inquisition taken before Ph. Mark, (sheriff of this county from about 12 Joh. to 8 H. 3) [Test: de Nev] shows, that Raph de Crumwell held the town of Lamley in fee farm for 10l. per annum of the honour of Tikehull.

Raph de Crumbwell, 5 H. 3. (fn. 5) was son of Raph, son of Raph, son of Hugh, son of Aldene, they were all Raphs down-ward to the last, who was Raph Lord Crumwell of Tateshall, who was constituted Lord Treasurer, 11 H. 6.

The fourth Raph married Mazera, the daughter of Philip Marmion, by whom he had a daughter (and heir to her mother) called Joane, married to Alexander de Frevile.

~Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, Vol. III, pp. 15-18

Alden or Haldoen, who is most likely to be the Thayn in king William's time, or his son of that name, was living, as in Lambley, and Widmerpole.

~Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, Vol. III, pp. 169-172

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