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Richard Tempest
Elena Tang
Sir Richard de Tempest Knight
(Abt 1195-After 1258)
Sir Roger Tempest Knight
(Abt 1222-1287/1288)


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Alice Waddington

Sir Roger Tempest Knight

  • Born: Abt 1222, Bracewell, Yorkshire, England 1226
  • Marriage: Alice Waddington 831,1226
  • Died: After 12 Nov 1287 & Before Jun 1288, Yorkshire, England 1226

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• Background Information. 831
Sir Roger Tempest, knight of Bracewell, living at the time of Edward I (1272-1307), married Alice, the duaghter and heiress of Walter de Waddington, Lord of Waddington, and was succeeded by his son Richard.

~Burke's A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. I, pg. 289

• Background Information: Articles on the Tempest Family On Some Notes on Medieval English Genealogy. 1226
Roger Tempest
witnessed a grant from William fil William de Rimington of land in Rimington to Rich-ard de Dunham and his wife [Dodsw: MSS, vol. 155, fol. 123d]. At the York Assize 14 Jan 1267/8, Roger Tempest is describ-ed as chief lord in Waddington.

In August 1276, Roger Tempest with Robert de Stiveton, Richard de Kyglay, John Gillot etc: was a juror on the suit of Geoffrey de Nevill and Margaret his wife, grand daughter and heir of John de Longvilers, against Hugh fitz Henry and Albreda his wife, as to whether John de Longvilers died seized of land etc: in Gargrave [Ass-ize Roll 1221, 1-6 Edward j, Divers Cos. m.22d].

Sir Roger Tempest died between 12 November 1287 (15 Edward i) when he was sworn on a jury at York [De Banco Roll, 71 Mich. 15-16, Edward i, m.90) and June 1288, when his name on a panel or jury in three week of Trinity 16 Edward i, is erased with "obiit" written over it [Ibid: m. 45 dorse]. Roger married Alice daughter and coheir of Walter de Waddington of Waddington, co. York [Dodsw: MSS Pedigrees, vol. 6, fol. 54 and vol. 79, fol. 106]. In December 1276, Walter de Waddington brought a writ of "morte d'ancestre" against Thomas de Fourneval and Robert fil Gilbert de Chapel, of tenements in Garvenhow and Cutsor-hagh [Assize Roll, 1054, 4 Edward i, m.8] and was a juror at York in June 1277 at the inquest on the legitimacy of Avice, daughter of William le Gros, earl of Albemarle [Chanc: Inq:p.m., 5 Edward j, No. 62]. Walter de Waddington was also a juror with Roger Tempest in May 1283 to prove a toft in Rimington was held of John parson of Gisburn [Inq: p.m. 11 Ed-ward j, No. 75]. In June 1289, John, son of Walter de Waddington paid 3d for respite of puture at the manorial court of Waddington [Duchy of Lanc: Court Roll, Portfol: 183, No.11, m. 7d].

Roger married Alice Waddington, daughter of Walter de Waddington Lord of Waddington and Unknown 831.,1226 (Alice Waddington was born in Lincolnshire, England.)

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