Name: Roger de Puttenham 1
Death: BEF 1340
Change Date: 26 FEB 2009
Roger de Puttenham. The Manor of Puttenham had in 1304/5 been granted to Roger de Puttenham by Sir Thomas Wale of whom the Manor was held for the service of One Knights Fee and a pair of Gilt Spurs.
He is mentioned in the inquisition of the Earl of Warwick 1316, as holding 1/4 knights fee in Breyles and also named on Patent Rolls 1322. He and his wife Alina acquired lands in Penn 1315 (vide Feet of Fines). He was living in 1326 and is named in a Parliamentary Writ of 15 January 1322 as "of his continuance with the King". In Ancient Deed A.4320. both he and his wife are named 1310. He paid 5/3 Subsidy in 1314. (vide the Herts. Subs. Roll for Puttenham No. 120/9.
Roger de Puttenham, who married Alina ... Alina married for her second husband, Thomas de la Hay and he held the Manor of Puttenham in 1340 jointly with his wife, with a reversion to the heirs of Roger de Puttenham her 1st husband.
Father: John de Puttenham
- Roger de Puttenham
- Text: THE PUTTENHAM FAMILY
BY NORMAN H. GRAHAM
Reproducted by permission of the Publishers ogf "Notes & Queries"
by Norman H. Graham
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