Agnes PYNE

Female Est 1442 -


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  • Name Agnes PYNE  [1
    Born Est 1442  Axmouth, Devon, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Female 
    Note
    • Excerpt from "Notices of an English Branch of the Malet Family", by Arthur Malet, published 1885, pp 38-40, appendices N1-N3:

      HUGH MALET OF ENMORE AND DEANDON.

      Hugh was the second son of Baldwin Malet, but his first by his second wife, Amicia, the daughter of Richard Lyffe, of Corypole, and coheiress with her sister Johanna, the wife of Walter Tilly.

      In Sir A.M.'s MSS. there are seventeen extracts in which his name occurs, ranging from A.D. 1430 to 1485. He married Joan, the daughter of John Ronyon, of Bickfold, in the parish of Compton Martyn, in Somerset, by whom he had issue:

      1. Thomas, his eldest son and heir.
      2. William, from whom, I am told, the present family of Mallock, of Cockington, Com. Devon, claim descent,stating that he settled at Axmouth and married Agnes, the daughter of . . Pyne of that place.
      3. Margaret, married John Crewkerne.
      4. Joan, married Robert Brent of Cossington.

      The deed of 1430* is executed by William Hastings (who must have been the trustee), securing to Hugh Malet and others the reversion of the manor of Deandon after the demise of the widow of his half-brother John, and of his father Baldwin. A deed of 1466 appears to be a portion of the Somerset inquest after his death.** There is a deed of A.D. 1461*** by which Hugh vests in John Wadham the elder, William Ronyon, and others, for six years, on account of the marriage of one of his daughters, and after that time in seven other names, his manor of Lydiard Punchardon, in trust for Johanna, daughter of John Wadham, and wife of his son Thomas. The last entry of 1485 is "Johanna nuper uxor Hugonis Malet, 1mo Henry VII.


      There are other entries in which Hugh is styled Lord of Sutton Malet, Lord of Corypole, and Lord of Deandon, and as possessing the manor of Oke and property in the hundred of Cannington. His seal, Sir W. Pole writes, "has only a single escallop, as several others of the Malets had."


      * Sir A.M.'s MSS., Vol. II, Sup. I, p. 8.

      Omnibus, etc. Will'm Hastings sal: cum Willu's Corma et Johanna uxor ejus, nuper uxor Johannis Malet, Militis, filii et haeredis Baldwini Malet, Militis, tenet manerium de Deandon in Com: Devon pro termino vitae dictae Johannae reman: mihi, etc. Nov: me dictum Willum Hastings concessisse dictum manerium Amiciae quae fuit uxor Baldwini Malet, Militis, pro termino vitae suae; reman: Hugoni Malet filio dictae Amiciae et haered: de corpore; reman: Thomae Malet frati Hugonis et haered: de corpore; reman: Philippae sorori dicti Thomae; reman: rectis haeredibus Baldwini Malet, Militis, annon Regni R. Henry VI 8'o. [A.D. 1430.]


      **Ibid., Vol. I, pp. 2 and 3.

      Hugo Malet tenuit die quo obiit manerium de Enemere et advocat: Ecclae: de Enemere de Humfrido Stafford, D'no de South Wyke, ut de manerio suo de Compton, donne p: serv: mil: et manerium de Corypole et advocationem Ecclesiae de Cherlinch de dicto Humfrido, ut de manerio suo praedicto p. serv: mil: et tenuit 9. Ten. 200 acr: terrae: 60 acr: prati, et 10 acr: pasturae in Coryple, Cherlinch, Chelton juxta Pouldon: Hardington juxta Yevel, et Burcombe d'o Georgio Dubbe, p: fidel: et p: serv: 1 rosae pro omnibus servitiis; et tenuit manerium de Sutton Malet de dicto Humfrido, ut de manerio suo praed: p: serv: mil: Thomas Malet est filius et haeres dicti Hugonis. 5'o Edward IV. [A.D. 1430.]


      ***Ibid., Vol. I, p.8.

      Hugo Malet, Arm: filius Baldwini Malet, Militis, et Amiciae uxoris ejus, filiae et unius haeredum Richardi Lyffe, Arm: sal Noveritis me dedisse etc. Johanni Wadham Seniori Arm: Willo: Ronyon Arm: et aliis, manerium meum de Lydiard Punchardon in Com: Som pro term: sex annorum ad maritandum unam filiarum meorum, etc., et post terminum praed: conced: manerium prae- dictum Johanni Wadham, Militi, Waltero Bluet, Will'o Montague de Henleghe, Gilberto Yard, Alexandro Newton, Willo: Wadham, et Johanni Moor, Mil: ad terminum vitae Johannae filiae Wadham sen., uxoris Thomae Malet, filii et haeredis mei. Dat a'o I'o Edward IV. [A.D. 1461.]
    Note
    • Excerpt from "Notices of an English Branch of the Malet Family", by Arthur Malet, published 1885, pp 39:

      "William, from whom, I am told, the present family of Mallock, of Cockington, Com. Devon, claim descent, stating that he settled at Axmouth and married Agnes, the daughter of . . Pyne of that place."

      The Devon Record Office holds many documents pertaining to this "Mallock of Cockington" family. One of the manors that they evidently held was "Widecombe in the Moor", which in ancient times contained the manor of Deandon, still held by the Malet family in this William's lifetime. Perhaps it was granted to him or his heirs at some point.
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    Alternate Name Agnes Malet 
    Person ID I7330  Southwest
    Last Modified 24 Jan 2010 

    Family William MALET,   b. Est 1442, Enmore, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Est 1467  [1
    Family ID F2259  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    1. [S1780] Family History, Malet, Arthur, Arthur Malet, (Harrison & Sons, St. Martin's Lane, London, England, MDCCCLXXXV (1885)), M8W994S136.