Name: Alice Dammartin 1
Change Date: 23 SEP 2009
In 1258, when the prior of Reigate called Henry of Winchester to warrant him against Beatrice de Valle concerning 189 a. in Southwick, Sussex, another John of Wauton and Thomas son of John of Warbleton or Warblington, who held land of Alice de Dammartin in Surrey, put in claims.
Alice de Dammartin, heir of Odo de Dammartin the younger held one knight's fee in Tandridge, Surrey. She granted the manor to Thomas de Warblington in 1248. In 1316 Thomas de Warblington, probably the son of the first, died eised of the manor, which passed to his son John. The latter died in 1332. His son, also called John, alienated the manor to John Forester, apparently for the purpose of settling it on his wife Alice, as at her death in 1384 it was stated that she had held the manor of Tandridge jointly with her husband. Having survived both her son John, who received a grant of free warren in 1368, and her grandson Thomas, her great-grandson William, aged two years, was declared her heir.
Father: Odo Dammartin
Thomas de Warbleton
- Type: Book
Periodical: HISTORY OF THE PUTNAM FAMILY