Name: Joan de Holme
Change Date: 11 JUL 2008
Walter de Holme had no children by Alice, but made a settlement on his heirs male by his second wife Iseult with contingent remainders to the heirs male of his brothers Roger and Thomas and final remainder to the heirs male of his daughter Joan.
John the son and heir of Walter by Iseult died without issue male, as did his uncles, and Joan, who was then married to Robert Pert, entered into possession of the manor.
Joan's son and heir was John Holthorpe of Hayton.
Walter Romayne of Great Edston in 1303 settled the manors of Edston and Kirkby Misperton (i.e., Barugh) on Walter son of James de Holme and Alice daughter of John Cruel of Wrelton and their issue, with reversion to his own heirs. (fn. 79) Walter Romayne died childless in 1303. Of his two sisters and heirs the elder, Agnes, married a Barugh and was mother of Bernard. (fn. 80) Bernard had been succeeded at Great Barugh by 1317 by his son (fn. 81) Alexander, (fn. 82) keeper of Scarborough Castle and town in 1324?5.
In 1376 Walter son of Robert son of Alexander son of Bernard de Barugh, Robert de Thornton and John de Topcliffe, descendants of Alice younger sister of Walter Romayne, claimed the manor on the ground that Walter son of James de Holme and Alice had died childless and that Richard Arusmyth and Margery his wife and John de Dalton had entered into the manor of Kirkby Misperton, Robert Pert and Joan his wife [had entered] into the manor of Edston,contrary to the form of the grant. It was denied, however, that John de Dalton had made any entry.
Father: Walter de Holme
- John Holthorpe