Name: Peter de Tilliol
Residence: Scaleby Castle, Cumberland
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Change Date: 19 APR 2010
Scaleby was first called 'castle' in 1367 and at this time probably consisted of the rebuilt tower enclosed by a palisade and a moat, the remainder added later by Peter de Tilliol (died 1435). [Who is he?]
Had issue Robert Tylliol the fool (who died without issue), and Margaret his second daughter, wife of Thomas Crakenthorp, and first of Christopher Morisby by whom she had issue Christopher Morisby. And Isabell his eldest daughter married John Colvill, and thereby transferred the inheritance to the Colvills.
OR married Elizabeth, dau and heiress of William de Laton?:
The manor of Layton lies two miles to the South-east of Sedgefield: there is no village.
Of the ancient family of Laton, who had assumed the local name, all that has occurred to me is, that Cecily, then widow of Peter de Brakenbury, held the manors of Hetton and Laton; the latter, of the heirs of Mundeville, by the service of a barbed arrow, or 40d. as a relief on entrance; both which manors on her death, in 1370, descended to William, son of her former husband Thomas de Laton. The same William de Laton had issue by Isabel, lady of Horden , (See Vol. I. p. 215,) an only daughter Elizabeth, wife to Piers Tylliol, Knight, whose son and heir, Robert, died without issue on the Eve of St. Martin 1435, leaving his two sisters, Isabel Colvyle and Margaret Moresby, his coheirs.
(The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham: volume 3.)
Father: Robert de Tilliol
- Isabella de Tilliol
- Margaret de Tilliol
- Text: Scaleby Castle
- Text: The Boke of Records of the Burgh of Kirby Kendal
UM DA 670.C89 C92v7
65--Willmus Muncaster jur 27 Sept. 1621
66-- " codem die
79--quinto Mar 1617 Johes Muncaster, feltmaker, jur
Cumberland & Westmoreland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society
(founded 1866) Tract Series 1-6 1882-91
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