Sir Robert Whytyngham

Sir Robert Whittingham

Sir Robert Whittingham


Robert Whittingham
Whittingham, Sir Robert (d. 1452), merchant and financier.


  • Robert WHYTYNGHAM  (fl.1411)
    of London.  Tailor.
    21 Mar.1411     He was discharged from serving on juries etc. owing to increasing old age.
  • Sir Robert Whytyngham.
    Whytyngham died on 4 November 1452 (writ of diem clausit extremum (Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire))
  • In 1462 the custody of the castle of Alnwick was committed "filio Petri Basse, domino de Hungerford, Robert Whytyngham ac multis aliis."
    Alnwick Castle, Northumberland.
  • 25/1/22/123, number 13.
    County:  Buckinghamshire.
    Place:  Westminster.
    Date:  One week from St Martin, 27 Henry VI [18 November 1448].
    Parties:  Robert Whytyngham, knight, Thomas Stanley, knight, John Fray, John Hampden' of Hampden', John Hampden' of Kembell' and John Ewerby, querents, and Robert Shotesbroke, knight, and Isabel, his wife, deforciants.
    Property:  The manor of Stone.
    Action:  Plea of covenant.
    Agreement:  Robert Shotesbroke and Isabel have acknowledged the manor to be the right of Robert Whytyngham, as that which the same Robert, Thomas, John, John, John and John have of their gift, and have remised and quitclaimed it from themselves and the heirs of Isabel to Robert Whytyngham, Thomas, John, John, John and John and the heirs of Robert for ever.
    For this:  Robert Whytyngham, Thomas, John, John, John and John have given them 200 marks of silver.
    Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
    Persons:  Robert Whittingham, Thomas Stanley, John Fray, John Hampden, John Ewerby, Robert Shottesbrook, Isabel Shottesbrook
    Places:  Hampden, Kimble, Stone
    Stone is a village in Buckinghamshire, southwest of Aylesbury.


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