Name: John de Cornwall
Burial: St Mary, Willesdon, Middlesex
Note: Will wishes
Residence: Willesden, Middlesex
Change Date: 7 AUG 2006
From the wills proved at the London Court of Hustings:
John de Cornhulle of Middlesex, dated Monday before 20 July 1363, proved 1363:
To be buried in the churchyard of St Mary of Wylsdon [Willesden]; lands and tenements in the parishes of St Vedast and St Augustine in the Goldsmithery of London to wife Matilda [sic] for life; reversion of other lands to daughter Alice and the heirs of her body.
This is John de Cornhill alias de Cornwall, son of Richard de Cornhill and Joan de Gloucester, whose heiress Alice married firstly Henry Frowyk, and secondly Thomas Charlton of Edmonton. I had previously recorded his wife as Elizabeth [based, I think on the Middlesex Pedigrees but I cannot lay my hands on the reference at present] but this must be questionable given the reference to Matilda in his will.
Father: Richard de Cornhill
Mother: Joan de Gloucester b: in St. Giles Cripplegate, London, Middlesex
- Alice de Cornwall b: in Willesden, London
- Text: Michael Andrews-Reading