Name: Maud De Walton or de Montibus
Birth: in Walton-Deyville, Wellsborne-Hast, Warwickshire
Change Date: 3 SEP 2009
Heir of father.
aka Maud de Montibus.
For full details about Maud, see Jim Weber at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jweber&id=I11900
She married Sir John de Strattelinges, or Stradling, and they had a regrant of the market and Fair at LittleWellesboume in 1290. Sir John was dead by February 1293 and Maud married John Lestrange of Knockin, who died in 1309, leaving a son John. As her third husband she married Thomas Hastang, who was returned in 1316 as holding Walton with the hamlet of Wellesbourne, which from this time onwards becomes known as WELLESBOURNE HASTANG, or more often HASTINGS, or WELLESBOURNE LESTRANGE, and descends with the manors of Walton.
John de Wauton?s daughter and heir Maud was in 1279 a ward of Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Worcester, Walter Giffard's younger brother. Maud married, first John de Stradling by whom she had no issue, and secondly John le Strange. In 1294 it was said that John de Wauton had done homage for his land in Loxley to the Prior of Kenilworth and that John de Stradling had offered to do so, but that, as he had had no issue by his wife, the prior was unwilling to receive it.
Father: John de Walton
Mother: Elizabeth Of Shirley
John Le Strange b: 1254
- John Le Strange b: in Ellesmere, Shropshire
- Hamon Le Strange
- Elizabeth Le Strange b: 1298
- Alice Le Strange
Thomas Hastings or de Hastang
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Warwickshire