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John (Cailly) de Cailly (bef. 1160 - aft. 1202)

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John de Cailly formerly Cailly
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Profile last modified 4 Oct 2018 | Created 10 Mar 2018
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Biography

John was born before 1180. He was the son of Roger Cailly. He was Lord of Cranwich, Massingham, Bradenham, Oxburgh, Denver, Hillington, Hecham, Hildebrugh etc in time of Richard I and in 1202. In about 1199 his sister Alice de Cailly brought a plea of marriage against him, which was settled in 1200/1: her claim was to a tenement in Hildeburghworth, now Hillborough, Norfolk. In 1202 he was ordered to give his mother Beatrice an exchange in a suit over the rent of a mill given to his mother by her late husband Roger.

Sources

  • Burke's dormant, abeyant, forfeited & extinct peerages 1883, Cailly entry
  • Notes Historiques sur Cailli, Normandie, sur ses Seigneurs et leurs descendants en Angleterre dès l'Invasion par Guillaume le Conquérant, by William Sealy, 1895
  • Honors and Knights' Fees, William Farrer, vol.III, Manchester University Press/Longmans, Green & Co, 1925, p. 383. Viewable at https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE935271


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