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  • ID: I55250
  • Name: Joan or Margaret Ilam
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 1467
  • Note: 12 in 1479 1
  • LVG: 1504
  • Note: 1 1

    CORRECTION to Plantagenet Ancestry:
    Anne Starkey, first wife of John Raynesford, died 22 Dec 1487.
    John Raynsford married secondly, after 3 Mar 1503/4, Joan ILOME (alias ILAM), born 1467 (Married John Shaa in 1479, when she was 12 years of age. see Journal, 8, folios 258, 273.), widow of John SHAA, knight, goldsmith of London, Mayor 1501-2, and daughter of Thomas Ilome, mercer of London, by his wife, Joanne.
    They had two daughters, Audrey & Julian.
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    From The Merchant Class of Medieval London by Sylvia L. Thrupp:
    SHAA, JOHN, goldsmith, alderman 1496-1504, knighted 1497. (Beaven, II, 19). Nephew to Sir Edmund (see latter's will). Married daughter of Thomas ILAM, 1479, when she was aged 12. (Journal of the Common Council [city of London archives] 8, fols. 258,273). Died 1504, survived by wife Margaret, three sons, all under age, and daughter married under age to his ward, John Writell.
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    1503/4 Calendar of Close Rolls 19 Henry VII. Membrane 3d. pp. 134-5. 381. Indenture between John Tate and Bartholomew Reede knights, John Kyngesmelle and Thomas Marowe serjeants at law, Thomas Poyntz esquire, William Shragger clerk and John Mundy goldsmith of London, friends to Margaret lady Shaa, sometime wife of Sir John Shaa knight, and John Raynsford knight for the king's body : Raynsford to marry lady Shaa before St. John Baptist next, if she is agreeable ; and 'for that that it is right well knowen that the seid lady Shaa hath great poscessions of londes which were hir late husbondes duryng hir liff and also grete substaunce of goodes,' he will make estate to her for life before Pentecost next of Netherhall, Bradfeldhall, Overhall Fayties in Bradfeld, Michelles, Grovehous and Ramsay co. Essex, with all his lands, franchises markets, fairs, leets, courts etc. in Tendryng hundred, without impeachment of waste except in felling trees of timber; if she makes any wood-sales, she shall enclose the wood after felling 'for the
    savegard of the spryng there.'
    Sealed 3 March, 19 Henry VII. English Memorandum of acknowledgment, 17 May.
  • _UID: EFE4198145CF4CE48069DA4C1804E2510F4C
  • Change Date: 15 APR 2013



    Marriage 1 John Rainsford
    • Married: AFT 3 MAR 1504
    Children
    1. Has Children Julian Rainsford b: in Bradfield, Essex
    2. Has No Children Audrey Rainsford

    Sources:
    1. Text: Tony Ingham <nugget10@hotkey.net.au>
      on GEN-MEDIEVAL-L
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