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C.P. Addition: Maud Argentine, wife of John de Ferrers, Knt., Richard de Merton, Knt., and Yon (or Yonn) Fitz Warin, Knt.
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Douglas Richardson
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Complete Peerage 1 (1910): 196–197 (sub Argentine) includes an account of the baronial Argentine family, which account was evidently prepared by the noted scholar, G.W. Watson.

On page 197, the history of Sir John d'Argentine, Knt., of Melbourn, Cambridgeshire, who died in 1382 is discussed. Regarding his marriage and children, the following information is provided:

"He married Margaret, daughter and heiress of Robert Darcy afsd., of Great Sturton, Lincoln, by Joan his wife. She died 1 Sep. 1383. He died s.p.m. legit. 18 or 26 Nov. 1382, leaving 3 daughters, or their issue, his coheirs. (1) Joan, wife of Sir Bartholomew Naunton ... (2) Elizabeth, wife of Sir Baldwin St. George ... (3) Maud, wife of Sir Ives FitzWarin. Among their representatives any hereditary barony, that may be held to have existed, is in abeyance." END OF QUOTE.

As it turns out, the third daughter, Maud Argentine, actually had three marriages, not one. Research indicates that Maud was born about 1353–59 (aged 24 or 30 in 1383). She married (1st) at an early age (as his 2nd wife) Sir John de Ferrers, Knt., of Bere Ferrers and Newton Ferrers, Devon, who was born c.1314 and who was living 15 July 1364. Following his death, Maud married (2nd) Sir Richard de Merton, Knt., of Great Torrington, Merton, and Sutcombe, Devonshire, who died 25 Sept. 1370. They had one daughter, Agnes, born posthumously in 1371. Dower was assigned to his widow, Maud, 30 October 1371 and 21 Dec. 1371. Maud married (3rd) about 20 Jan. 1372 (date of license to marry) Sir Yon (or Yonn, Yonne, Ioun) Fitz Warin, Knt., of Caundle Haddon, Lidlinch, Lydlinch Baret, Up Cerne, and Winterbourne Houghton, Dorset, etc. They had two daughters, Eleanor (wife of John Chidiock, Knt. and Ralph Bush, Esq.) and Alice (wife of Richard Whittington, Knt.). Sir Yon Fitz Warin died 5 (or 7) Sept. 1414, and was buried at Wantage, Berkshire. He left a will dated 6 Nov. 1412, proved 5 Feb. 1414/5.

The evidence which proves Maud's three marriages is as follows:

(1) In 1405 Ivo Fitz Waryn and Maud his wife sued Alexander Chambernoun and Joan his wife, John Flemmyng [Fleming], and Joan Ponynges [Poynings] in the Court of Common Pleas that they render to them reasonable dower of the said Maud of the free tenement held by John Ferrers, her late husband, in Shillingham (in Saltash), Cornwall.

Reference: Court of Common Pleas, CP40/576, image 316f (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/H4/CP40no576/aCP40no576fronts/IMG_0316.htm).

(2) In 1405 Alexander Champernoun and Joan [Ferrers] his wife, Joan, Joan Ponynges [Poynings] daughter and heir of Elizabeth Ferrers, and John Flemmying [Fleming] son and heir of Leva Ferrers [which Joan, Elizabeth, and Leva were daughters and co-heirs of Martin Ferrers] sued Ivo Fitz Warin and Maud his wife in the Court of Common Pleas regarding the manors of Bere Ferrers and Newton Ferrers, Devon; five knights’ fees in Poselynde Puslinch (in Newton Ferrers) and other places, Devon, and five knights’ fees in Trehan (in St. Stephens by Saltash), Penpol (in Quethiock),Trehanna, Penpole, and other places in Cornwall.

References:

Court of Common Pleas, CP40/577, image 609f (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/H4/CP40no577/aCP40no577fronts/IMG_0609.htm). Court of Common Pleas, CP40/577, image 610f (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/H4/CP40no577/aCP40no577fronts/IMG_0610.htm). Court of Common Pleas, CP40/577, image 1625d (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/H4/CP40no577/bCP40no577dorses/IMG_1625.htm).

The above lawsuit discusses a feet of fine executed in 1328 by William de Ferrers and Maud his wife, an abstract of which fine can be found at the following weblink:

http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/fines/abstracts/CP_25_1_286_35.shtml#12

(4) Inquisition Post Mortem for Richard de Merton:

42. RICHARD DE MERTON.
Writ, 6 October, 44 Edward III.
DEVON. Inq. taken at Toriton, Thursday the eve of All Saints, 44 Edward III.
Chepyngtoriton. The castle, in which there is a messuage, with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
Chepyngtoriton. Two-thirds of five-sixths of the manor and town (extent given, including a fishery in the river Torigh), held of the king in chief by service of 3 knights’ fees; a fifth part of the same manor and town, held jointly with William Bockbrigge, clerk, and Matthew Stowille, knight, by feoffment of Thomas Cheyne made with the king’s licence to them and the heirs of Richard, of the king in chief by service of a fifth part of 3 knights’ fees; and 13s. 4d. yearly rent, held of James Daudelegh by service of a twentieth part of a knight’s fee, and held by James of the king by knight’s service.
He died on Wednesday before Michaelmas, 44 Edward III. Eleanor wife of Matthew de Stowille, knight, aged 19 years and more, Joan wife of John Baunfile, aged 16 years and more, and Agnes, who will be 14 years of age on the feast of St. Katharine next, his daughters by Margery formerly his wife, are his next heirs. Maud his wife is with child.
Writ to the escheator to assign to Maud late the wife of the said Richard her dower of the lands of her late husband, after taking her oath not to marry without licence. 10 November, 44 Edward III.
DEVON. Assignment of dower made on Saturday after St. Lucy, 44 Edward III. [Calendar of Close Rolls, 1369–1374, p. 342.]
Writ of certiorari super vero valore feodorum. 12 November, 44 Edward III.
Fragment of inquisition.
Writ of precipimus, 22 April, 45 Edward III.
DEVON. Inq. taken at Exeter, Tuesday after Trinity, 45 Edward III.
Chepyngtoriton. Premises as in the first inquisition above.
Date of death and heirs as above. Agnes his daughter by Maud his last wife, aged 1 month and more, is also an heir.
Since his death Thomas Stanes has had possession of two-thirds, and the said Maud of one-third, of the aforesaid two-thirds of five-sixths of the manor and town, together with the issues thereof, by the king’s writs directed to the escheator. William Bockbrigge and Matthew Stowille have had possession of the above-mentioned fifth part, together with the issues.
Writ to the escheator to assign to Maud late the wife of the said Richard her dower of the knights’ fees and advowsons of her said husband. The assignment is to be made in the presence of the heirs and coparceners of the inheritance, and of Thomas Stanes, to whom the king has committed the custody of certain lands of the inheritance. 3 July, 45 Edward III.
DEVON. Assignment of dower made at Exeter, Tuesday after St. Bartholomew, 45 Edward III. [Calendar of Close Rolls, 1369–1374, p. 339.)
C. Edw. III. File 217. (5.)

Reference: Cal. of IPM 13 (1954): 31–44, available at the following weblink:

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol13/pp31-44

(4): Date: 20 Jan. 1371. License for Maud, late the wife of Richard de Merton, knight, to marry Ivo Filz Waryn, knight.

Reference: Cal. of Patent Rolls, 1370–1374 (1914): 166, available at the following weblink:

For interest's sake, I've copied below my current file account regarding Maud Argentine and her three husbands.

Douglas Richardson, Historian and Genealogist

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6. MAUD ARGENTINE, daughter and co-heiress, born about 1353–1359 (aged 24 or 30 in 1383). She married (1st) (as his 2nd wife) JOHN DE FERRERS (or FERIERS, FERERES), Knt., of Bere Ferrers and Newon Ferrers, Devon, son of William de Ferrers, Knt., by his wife, Maud. He was born abou 1314 (aged 50 in 1364). In 1356 John de Fereres, Knt., of Devon, was pardoned his outlawry in the county of Sussex for non-appearance before the justices to answer Andrew Peverel, Knt., executor of the will of John de Montgomery, touching a plea that he render an account of the time he was receiver of money for the said John. In 1358 and 1359 he was exempted for life from being put on assizes, juries, or recognitions. SIR JOHN DE FERRERS was living 15 July 1364. His widow, Maud, married (2nd) (as his 2nd wife) RICHARD DE MERTON, Knt., of Great Torrington, Merton, and Sutcombe, Devonshire. They had one daughter, Agnes (born 1371). In 1356 he sued Henry Wangle in the Court of Common Pleas regarding one messuage and land in Great Torrington, Devon, which he claimed as his right. SIR RICHARD DE MERTON died 25 Sept. 1370. Dower was assigned to his widow, Maud, 30 October 1371 and 21 Dec. 1371. Maud married (3rd) about 20 Jan. 1372 (date of license) YON (or YONN, YONNE, IOUN) FITZ WARIN (or FITZ WARYN), Knt., of Caundle Haddon, Lidlinch, Lydlinch Baret, Up Cerne, and Winterbourne Houghton, Dorset, Brians (in Wantage), Berkshire, Pitney and Wearne, and Isle-Brewers, Somerset, Blunsdon St. Andrew and Wilton, Wiltshire, etc., Knight of the Shire for Dorset, 1378, 1406, 1407, Keeper of Mere Castle, 1381–6, Knight of the Shire for Devon, 1383, Keeper of Whittingham Castle, Shropshire, 1394–1407, Knight of the Shire for Somerset, 1397, Governor of Southampton, 1400–1, and, in right of his wife, of Clopton Bury (in Clopton), Cambridgeshire, Great Torrington and Newton Ferrers, Devon, Gernons (in Steeple Bumpstead), Essex, Pachevesham (in Letherhead), Surrey, etc., son and heir of William Fitz Warin, K.G., of Whittington, Shropshire, Brians (in Wantage), Berkshire, Caundle Haddon, Lidlinch, Up Cerne, and Winterbourne Houghton, Dorset, etc., Governor of Montgomery Castle [brother of Fulk Fitz Warin, Knt., 2nd Lord Fitz Warin], by Amice, daughter and heiress of Henry de Haddon, Knt. He was born at Blunsdon St. Andrew, Wiltshire 30 Nov. 1347 (aged 16 or 18 in 1361). They had two daughters, Eleanor (wife of John Chidiock, Knt. and Ralph Bush, Esq.) and Alice (wife of Richard Whittington, Knt.). In 1367 he had license to pass beyond seas from the port of Dover to the parts of le Pruce [Prussia] with an esquire, 5 yeomen, 6 horses, and £100 for his expenses. In 1371 he served at sea with Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford. The same year Richard Tonge and Eleanor his wife granted him one messuage, lands, and rent in Lydlinch, Caundle, and Stoke Coillard, Dorset. In 1372 Richard de Wandesford sued Ivonem Fitz Waryn, Knt., and Roger Langman, chaplain, regarding a presentation to the church of Lydlinch, Dorset. He served abroad in the company of Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick in 1373–4. In 1374 he sued John Bryan in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a reasonable account of the time he was his bailiff at Great Torrington, Devon and his receiver of money. He and Maud his wife were legatees in the 1375 will of her grandmother, Agnes, Lady Mautravers. In 1375 he sued John Ralegh and Joan his wife, Thomas Gournay, and others in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a trespass [vi et armis] at Pitney, Somerset. In 1376 he sued Richard Placydacy, of Howeton, Devon, in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a trespass [vi et armis] at Newton Ferrers, Devon. In 1377 he obtained letters of protection, he then being about to put to sea in the retinue of John, Lord Arundel, Marshal of England. The same year John Umfray, clerk, sued him in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a trespass. In 1377 he sued John de Passeware, parson of the church of Compton Hawey, and seven others in the Court of Common Pleas regarding the theft of animals at Marnhull, Dorset. He presented to the churches of Winterbourne Houghton, Dorset, 1378, 1381, 1390, 1397, 1404, 1411, Lydlinch, Dorset, 1379, 1404, 1406, and Sutcombe, Devon, 1405, 1408, and to the rectory or chapel of St. James in the Castle of Great Torrington, Devon in 1401. He served in Brittany in 1380–1, being a member of the army commanded by Thomas of Woodstock. He took part in the Siege of Nantes in 1380–1. He accompanied John of Gaunt to Spain in 1386. In 1391 John Pole sued Ivo Fitz Waryn, Knt., and John Chydiok and Eleanor his wife regarding a debt of 40s. and certain charters and muniments. About 1391 John Brokeman and Huwette his wife petitioned the king and lords of Parliament, they complaining that the said Huwette was disseised of her manor of Fifehead Neville, Dorset by John Fyfhyde, parson of Bereforde [?Barford, Wiltshire], and that her suit of novel disseisin against him was disrupted by the manor being purchased from him by “Mons Yon Fitz Waryn, chr.,” whose maintenance and threats meant that she was not able to receive justice for seventeen years. In 1393 Ivo Fitz Waryn, Knt., sued John Trok and others in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a trespass [vi et armis] at Bothull, Dorset. He and John Janet presented to the church of Shepperton, Middlesex in 1394. He attended King Richard II on his expedition to Ireland in 1394–5, he then being a knight of the royal chamber. He served as guardian in 1394–1407 for his minor cousin, Fulk Fitz Warin, of Whittington, Shropshire. In 1397 Ivonem Fitz Waryn sued Edward Goldsmyth, of Langport, Somerset, in the Court of Common Pleas regarding waste. The same year Ivo Fitz Waryn, Knt., sued William Wymeldon in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a debt of £20. In 1398 Ivo Fitz Waryn, Knt., sued Edward Goldsmyth, of Langport, Somerset, in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a debt of £23 10s. In 1399 Ivo Fitz Waryn, Knt., sued William Coment, of Stoke Wake, Dorset in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a trespass [vi et armis] at Fifehead, Dorset. The same year he and Richard Trumpe sued Thomas Bendyssh in the Court of Common Pleas regarding the theft of six swans and two cattle at Bumpstead, Essex. The same year he sued John Plumbere, John Patewyn, William Heyre, and four others in the Court of Common Pleas regarding a trespass [vi et armis] at Fifehead Neville, Dorset. In 1400 he owed a debt of 1000 marks to William Beauchamp, Knt. He was appointed an ambassador to treat with the French at Bourboug in 1400. In 1400 he excused himself from a meeting of the council due to illness. In 1401, as “Mons Yon Fitz Waryn,” he was summoned by the king to his privy council. In 1401 Youn and Maud his wife, Philip Seyntclere, Knt., Baldwin Seyntgeorge, Knt., etc., quitclaimed to Drew Barantyn and others all right in the manors of Biscot (in Luton), Bedfordshire, Long Wittenham, Berkshire, Measham, Derbyshire, Bickmarsh, Gloucestershire, Steane and Farthinghoe, Northamptonshire, Brightwell Baldwin and Newnham Murren, Oxfordshire, and Wishaw and Shotteswell, Warwickshire. In 1401 William Heyre was pardoned for not appearing before the justices of the Bench to answer Ivo Fitz Waryn, Knt., touching a trespass in Dorset. In 1403–4, as “Yon Fytz Waryn, Knt., keeper of the Castle and Hundred of Whittington,” he petitioned the king requesting protection of the Castle and Hundred of Whittington, Shropshire while it is in the king’s hands as a result of the nonage of Fulk Fitz Warin. In 1405 his wife, Maud, was co-heiress to her cousin, Baldwin Bereford, Knt., by which she inherited a half-share of the manors of Biscot (in Luton), Bedfordshire, and Brightwell Baldwin and Newnham Murren, Oxfordshire. In 1405 Ivo Fitz Waryn and Maud his wife sued Alexander Chambernoun and Joan his wife, John Flemmyng [Fleming], and Joan Ponynges [Poynings] in the Court of Common Pleas that they render to them reasonable dower of the said Maud of the free tenement held by John Ferrers, her late husband, in Shillingham (in Saltash), Cornwall. The same year Alexander Champernoun and his wife, Joan, Joan Poynings, and John Fleming sued Ivo and Maud his wife in the Court of Common Pleas regarding the manors of Bere Ferrers and Newton Ferrers, Devon; five knights’ fees in Puslinch (in Newton Ferrers) and other places, Devon, and five knights’ fees in Trehan (in St. Stephens by Saltash), Penpol (in Quethiock), and other places in Cornwall. In 1410 he witnessed charters for his cousin, Elizabeth Mautravers, widow of Roger Foliot and William le Latimer. SIR YON FITZ WARIN died 5 (or 7) Sept. 1414, and was buried at Wantage, Berkshire. He left a will dated 6 Nov. 1412, proved 5 Feb. 1414/5.

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Court of Common Pleas, CP40/581, image 253f (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT2/H4/CP40no581/aCP40no581fronts/IMG_0253.htm). National Archives, C 131/215/14; C 143/408/1; E 329/30; SC 8/93/4607 (petition of Yonn (or Youn) le fitz Garyn dated c.1377); SC 8/95/4709; SC 8/190/9451 (petition of Yon Fitz Waryn, Knt., keeper of Whittington and the tenants of Whittington dated 1403–4) (available at http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk). National Archives, CP 25/1/286/35, #12; CP 25/1/290/59, #29; CP 25/1/290/59, #32 [see abstract of fines at http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/index.html].
Douglas Richardson
2021-04-25 21:13:59 UTC
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Dear Newsgroup ~

Below is a lawsuit dated 1350 involving Maud Argentine's 1st husband, Sir John de Ferrers, Knt.

In 1350 John de Ferrers, Knt., sued Robert le Noble, of the City of Exeter, Devon, in the Court of Common Pleas in a Devon plea regarding damages against the said John which occurred at Exeter, Devon.

Reference: Court of Common Pleas, CP40/360, image 9264 (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E3/CP40no360/aCP40no360mm1toEnd/IMG_9264.htm).

I don't currently have a death date for Maud Argentine. However, I've determined that she was living in Hilary and Easter terms 1406, as indicated by the following two Common Pleas lawsuits:

Court of Common Pleas, CP40/580, image 816f (available at http://‌aalt.law.uh.edu/‌H4/‌CP40no580/‌aCP40no580fronts/‌IMG_0816.htm).
Court of Common Pleas, CP40/580, image 1906d (available at http://‌aalt.law.uh.edu/‌H4/‌CP40no580/‌bCP40no580dorses/‌IMG_1906.htm).
Court of Common Pleas, CP40/580, image 1907d (available at http://‌aalt.law.uh.edu/‌H4/‌CP40no580/‌bCP40no580dorses/‌IMG_1907.htm).
Court of Common Pleas, CP40/580, image 1908d (available at http://‌aalt.law.uh.edu/‌H4/‌CP40no580/‌bCP40no580dorses/‌IMG_1908.htm).
Court of Common Pleas, CP40/581, image 253f (available at http://‌aalt.law.uh.edu/‌AALT2/‌H4/‌CP40no581/‌aCP40no581fronts/‌IMG_0253.htm).

Douglas Richardson
Will Johnson
2021-04-28 21:24:24 UTC
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The weblink to CPR which fixes the date of the license for Maud to marry Ivo FitzWarin is

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015031081113&view=1up&seq=178&q1=Maud%20Merton
guineapi...@gmail.com
2021-04-28 23:58:39 UTC
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Post by Will Johnson
The weblink to CPR which fixes the date of the license for Maud to marry Ivo FitzWarin is
https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015031081113&view=1up&seq=178&q1=Maud%20Merton
Hi everyone! Did Maud de Argentine have any children by her 1st husband
Sir John de Ferrers? i descend from Sir John by his wife Maud who I found called Maud de Chiverston.
Thanks
Nancy

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