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'''Thomas de Audley''' His marriage was granted by [[Edward I, King of England|Edward I]] to Hugh le Despencer after his father James had died. He married [[Eve de Clavering]]. ==Primary documentation== *[http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/e1v3/body/Edward1vol3page0451.pdf CPR E1V3 page 451 (PDF 77K)] - Membrane 5 - 1299 Oct 23 - Westminster - "Grant to Hugh le Despencer of the marriage of Thomas son of Nicholas de Aldithelegh, tenant in chief, a king's ward, to the use of his daughter, and in case of the death of the said Thomas before matrimony, that of the next heir, until matrimony be effected. A marriage between the parties had been treated of, and was left unfinished by the death of the said Nicholas; and the king being favourably disposed to the wishes of the deceased and of the said Hugh, has made the above grant." *[http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/patentrolls/e2v1/body/Edward2vol1page0072.pdf CPR E2V1 page 72 (PDF 103K)] - Membrane 9 - 1308 May 22 - Westminster - "Grant to Thomas de Ufford of the marriage of Eva, late the wife of Thomas de Aldithelegh, tenant in chief, or of any fine incurred by her by marrying without license."
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