Name: Henry Raleigh
Death: AFT 1303
MEM: Exeter Cathedral, Devon: Effigy In South Quire Aisle.
Change Date: 6 MAR 2006
Henry was among knights of Devon summoned to perform military service from 1277 to 1301, and he was knight of the shire in 1297 and 1301. He had commissions in Devon from 1276 to1297. In 1287 he was in commission of peace with William de Alba Mara, and 1292 he was in commission of oyer and terminer touching persons who by night carried away a whale cast upon the shore at Teynton. In 1292 Henry de Ralegh, knight, was a witness in the Isle of Wight to a deed of Isabella de Fortibus and in 1295 was witness to a charter of Gilbert de Clare at Cardiff. In 1292 Hugh de Curtenay gave to Henry de Ralegh, knight, a life interest in various water mills, fulling mills, and corn mills at Couwykstrete, Exeter, and elsewhere in Devon. In 1300 it was noted that Thomas de Cumbe, who had held land in Westhaginton of Henry de Ralegh by service of four horseshoes yearly, had hung himself in his oxhouse at la Comb after having been in lamentable condition for a long time, always roaming about by himself.
Father: William Raleigh
- John Raleigh b: 1280 in Raleigh, Devon