David de Tilleberi (Tillebery)

14th Century, Essex

Background & Events from these Documents

Calendar of Letter-books of the City of London: E: 1314-1337 (1903)

1314, June
"Monday before the Feast of St. Barnabas [11 June], 7 Edward II. [A.D. 1314], the custody of Thomas, son of Christina de COMPTONE, entrusted to David de TILLEBERI, apothecary, in the presence of Nicholas de FARENDONE, the Mayor, John de WENGRAVE, John de GISORS, Anketyn de GISORS, John de WYNDESORE, Stephen de ABYNDONE, and Roger de PARIS, Aldermen, together with

the sum of 4 9s. 5d. in money,
a silver cup weighing 11s. 10d.,
a cup weighing 6s. 1d.,
a gold buckle (firmaculo) of the value of 9s.,
three silver spoons weighing 2s. 9d.,
a cloth and a towel of the value of 6s.,
and a tenement in the parish of
    All Hallows de Berkyngcherche.

Sureties, viz., Osbert de ARCUBUS and Thomas de ARCUBUS, apothecaries."

Folios x-xx, pp. 21-31

1327, October
"Names of those elected and sworn in divers Misteries of London, for the government and instruction of the same, viz:-

John de ESSEX,
Thomas de WALDENE,
Thomas de MARYNS,
William GRAS,
William de HODESDONE,
John atte POLE.
Folio cxc, pp. 223-34

British History Online

Subsidy Roll: Cheap ward; Two Early London Subsidy Rolls (1951)

"Warda fori, Cheap ward
Parishes: All Hallows Honey Lane, St. Benet Sherehog, St. Lawrence Jewry, St. Martin Pomary, St. Mary Colechurch, St. Mildred Poultry, St. Pancras Soper Lane. Partly in Cheap: St. Margaret Lothbury, St. Mary le Bow, St. Olave Old Jewry, St. Stephen Walbrook.
Alderman: John de Wengrave [BroadSt 1]

De Dauid de TILLEBIR' - xl.d.

1314      David de TILLEBERI, apothecary     LBE 24,
1328     D. de TILLEBERY     ib. 232
             (warden of apothecaries),
1332     D. de TILLEBURY     S (2s. 8d.),
1337     Will (a tenant in St. Mary Woolchurch and St. Audoen). - Tilbury Ess.
1328     John atte POLE     LBE 232
             (warden of apothecaries),
1332     J. de la POLE     S (2s. 8d.)."

pp. 288-302

British History Online

Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office
by H. C. Maxwell Lyte, 1897 (H.M.S.O., Eyre & Spottiswoode)

1328, February 17, York
"Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas GOBIOUN, Richard GOSSALIN, Robert de ASSHELE and Nicholas de STORTEFORD,
on complaint by David de TILLEBERY
that Henry TOLK of Wokyngton, Thomas, SLOGHMAN, John CRAWE, and others,
broke his close at Stifford, co. Essex, and carried away..."

page 279 (Membrane 32d - cont.)

The National Archives
Special Collections: Ancient Petitions

1330: Petition by David de TILLEBERY addressed to the King
Requests payment for wheat taken from him without payment by Henry COUPER (baker to the King) for the use of the King.

"Let it be ordered to the keeper of the Wardrobe that he view the tally and call COUPER before him, and if he finds that the sum is due then he should make payment."

NA website commentary:
"The petition is dated to? c.1330 on the basis of a writ of aid granted to COUPER following his appointment as one of the purveyors of the household of Queen Philippa, and the hand would suggest that the petition is not too distant from this date (CPR 1330-4, p.8)."

NA ref: SC.8/176/8783

The National Archives: Ancient Petitions: Information & Search:

A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex
by William John Hardy, William Page, 1892 (Hardy & Page)

c.1334 (Edward III)
"95. John de CHARLETON, of London, and John PAYN, chaplain, and David de TILLEBURY. The manor of Ikenham ..."

page 112

"The Monumental Brasses of Essex"
collected and published by William Lack, H. Martin Stuchfield, Philip Whittemore

David de TILLEBERY, Nos. 667-8
(Dorothy TILBURY, No. 646)

List of Monumental Brasses

(February 2007) (fonts: Technical, Times New Roman)