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EDGOOSE, Lord William (Bef. 1220-12??) (Edecus)

Male Bef 1220 - Unknown


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  • Name EDGOOSE, William (Bef. 1220-12??) (Edecus) 
    Prefix Lord 
    Born Bef 1220 
    Gender Male 
    _UID 844491DD955C409D8D7436B8FAFC7086DF0A 
    Died Unknown 
    Person ID I10261  Edgoose
    Last Modified 27 Sep 2017 

  • Notes 
    • LORD WILLIAM EDECUS Before 1220-


      Lord William EDECUS is listed as a house owner circa 1220 in the Black Book of Limerick, Ireland.
      (The Black Book of Limerick pages 52 and 101)

      Here they are (translations courtesy of Google Translate):
      P. 52-3
      LXII. '97 Carta Philipi Maleden super duodecim denariis anni redditus in civitate Lymeric - Sciant presentes et futuri quod ego Philipus Maleden, civis Lymeric, dedi concessi et hac presenti carta me confirmavi, pro salute anime mee et antecessorum meorum, deo et ecclesie cathedrali beate Marie Virginis de Lymeric, redditum duodecim denariorum annuatim percipendum de tenemento iacente ex parte orientali eiusdem ecclesie inter dominum Hugonem piscatorem et dominum Willelmum Edecus, quod Gamelius quondam de me tenuit tenendum et habendum in perpetuum de me et heredibus meis in puram et perpetuam elemosinam absque omni oneri exac- cione seculari, quem quidem redditum ego, Philippus, et heredes mei predicte ecclesie in perpetuum warantizabimus. Et ut hec mea donacio et concessio et presentis carte mee confirmacio rata et stabilis in perpetuum permaneat presentem cartam sigilli mei munimine roboravi, hiis testibus fratre W. de Stanforde predicatore, Willelmo de Hynergan. R. de Sancto Jacobo, tunc senescallo civitatis Lymeric. S. Miniter, R. clerico, R. Syward, N. clerico, Rys filio Rys, Philippo Tavepun, Willelmo filio Roberti de Trum, Rogero Mey, Jordano Dyklystoun et multis aliis.

      62. - Twelve pence of the year on the Charter of the rent in the city of Maleden Lymeric Philip - Philip Maleden Know all men present and to come that I, a citizen of Lymeric, have given, granted and by this my present charter have confirmed, for the salvation of my soul and of my ancestors, the God of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the church of the cathedral Lymeric, rent of twelve pence yearly percipendum between a lord from the tenement lying on the east side of the same church, and the Lord Hugh William Edecus a fisherman, took her by the strength of his hold and to have of me once that Gamelius of me for ever, without any burden to me and my heirs, he has passed through, in pure and perpetual alms, the admission of a secular, for he is the rent I, and Philip, and my heirs will warrant the aforesaid church for ever. And that this my gift and grant and confirmation of my charter may remain firm and stable for ever, the present the present charter with my seal, witnessed by his brother W. de Stanforde predicatore, William de Hynergan. R. of St. James, the steward of the city Lymeric. S. Minitium, cleric, R., R. Syward, N. of the clergy, the son of Rys Rys, and Philip Tavepun, William son of Robert of Trum, Roger Mey, Jordan Dyklystoun and many others.

      From p. 100-101
      CXXI. '97 Carta Philippi de Maladen super redditu duodecim denariorum annuatim in civitate Lymeric. Sciant presentes et futuri quod ego Philippus Maladen civis Lymeric. dedi et concessi et hac presenti carta mea confirmavi, pro salute anime mee et antecessorum meorum, deo et ecclesie beate Marie Virginis de Lymeric redditum duodecim denario rum annuatim recipiendum de tenemento quod Gamelius quondam de me tenuit, iacente ex parte orientali eiusdem ecclesie inter domum Hugonis piscatoris et domum Willelmi Educus tenendum et habendum in perpetuum de me et heredibus meis in puram et perpetuam elemosinam absque omni onere, exaccione seculari, quem quidem redditum ego Philippus et heredes mei predicte ecclesie in perpetuum warantizabimus. Et ut hec donacio et concessio et presentis carte confirmacio rata et stabilis in perpetuum permaneat, presentem cartam sigilli mei munimine roboravi, hiis testibus R. de sancto Jacobo tunc senescallo civitatis Lymeric., G. Minitore, Willelmo filio R. de Trum, R. May, Jurdano de Dichestoun, Rys filio Rys, R.clerico, R. Sywardo, N. clerico et multis aliis.

      121. - Charter Philip Maladen the rent of twelve pence annually in the city Lymeric. Know all present and future men that I Philip MALADEN am a citizen of Lymeric. I have given and granted and by this my present charter have confirmed, for the salvation of my soul and of my ancestors, the God and the church of the Blessed Mary Virgin of the reception of the tenement which Gamelius Lymeric rent of twelve pence yearly to the rum, formerly held of me, lying on the ground on the east side of the church, between the house of Hugh Thou wilt bring the fisherman, and the house of William of me and my heirs, to be followed and to be had in the in the pure and perpetual alms for ever, without any burden, exaction, secular, and this rent Philip I and my heirs will warrant the aforesaid church for ever. And that this my gift and concession may remain for ever fixed and stable, and the confirmation of our present charter, have confirmed this present charter with my seal, the Holy One of Jacob, then the steward of the city, these witnesses R. de Lymeric., G. Minitore, William son, R. of Trum, R. May, Jurdano of Dichestoun, son Rys Rys, R.clerico R. Sywardo N. cleric and many others.


      (revised 19.11.2016)