Eve de Blancminster


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Eve de Blancminster

  • Born: 1247, Whitchurch, Shropshire, England
  • Marriage: Sir Adam de Chetwynde Knight in 1263 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England

bullet   Other names for Eve were Eva de Albo Monasterio, Eva de Oswaldestre 240 and Eva de Whitchurch.

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 240
Eva de Oswaldestre, the widow of Adam Chetwynd, appealed to the king at Rhuddlan Castle in North Wales, where he was hold his first Wlch Parliament, to complain that the sheriff had unjustly depreived her of her rights. An enquiry was held at Stafford in January, and the jurors found her entitled to the custody of Tixall, Isptones, Weston and Chetwynd, for they all had been given to her by her husband some time before his death [Eyton, viii. p. 88].

Eve de Oswaldestre is described in several charters as a daughter of Roger de Albo Monasterios, Sire de Blancmostiers. On one charter, John Fitz Philip granted to Eva, daughter of Roger de Albo Monasterio and John Chetwynd, her son, certain woodlands at Barlaston between Berry hill and Cokenegge, for which she paid him ten pound in silver.

~ Chetwynds of Ingestre, pp. 20-25

Eve married Sir Adam de Chetwynde Knight, son of Sir John de Chetwynde Knight and Unknown, in 1263 in Cheadle, Cheshire, England. (Sir Adam de Chetwynde Knight was born in 1235 in Chetwynd, Shropshire, England and died Autumn 1282 in Cublesdon, Staffordshire, England 240.)

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