John Botetourt

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>==Sources==

  • Douglas Richardson, in a posting to soc.genealogy.medieval, "Botetourt item in National Archives Catalogue", Feb 6, 2008 <Blockquote>"Below is another item pertaining to the early baronial Botetourt family. This item was found in the helpful online National Archives Catalogue. This item involves a debt dated 1329, in which the creditors were Master Thomas Botetourt and his brother, Master Roger Botetourt, both priests. Master Thomas and Master Roger Botetourt were younger brothers of Sir John Botetourt (died 1324), 1st Lord Botetourt, all three men being sons of Sir Guy Botetourt, of Little Ellingham, Norfolk, by his wife, Ada.</blockquote>

<blockquote>Source: National Archives Catalogue (http:// www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/displaycataloguedetails.asp?CATID=-5097888&CATLN=7&Highlight=%2CCOSTON&accessmethod=0&Summary=True)</blockquote>

<blockquote>C 241/101/124 Debtor: John de Wood, of Norwich, William Rodland, of Coston {Corston} [Forehoe Hundred, Norfolk], Adam at the Wood, of Reymerston [Midford Hundred, Norfolk], and Robert Dansy, of Reymerston. Creditor: Master Thomas Botourt, and Master Roger Botourt [of Norwich, Norfolk] Amount: £24.</blockquote>

<blockquote>Before whom: William Butt, of Norwich; Edmund de Mulbarton, Clerk. When taken: 10/10/1329 First term: 18/10/1329 Last term: 08/04/1330 Writ to: Sheriff of Norfolk Sent by: William Butt, of Norwich; Edmund de Mulbarton, Clerk. Endorsement: Coram Iusticiariis In Octabis Michaelis. Covering dates 1330 Jun 11</blockquote>

  • Douglas Richardson, in a posting to soc.genealogy.medieval, "Re: Botetourt item in National Archives Catalogue", Feb 7, 2008 <Blockquote>The author F.N. Craig published a brilliant article entitled "The Parentage of John Botetourt (died 1324)" in TAG 63 (1988): 145-153, in which he provided more than acceptable evidence that John Botetourt, Knt., 1st Lord Botetourt, was the eldest son and heir of Guy Botetourt, Knt., of Little Ellingham, Norfolk, by his wife, Ada. I've since located additional evidence which corroborates and confirms Mr. Craig's findings."</blockquote>

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