Wa20 Thomas Wasteneys
Sir Thomas Wasteneys (Wa20) was the son of Sir
William de Wasteneys (Wa21) and Johanna Brett (Br21)
Married: 1344 Joan Toly (To20) (1325 - 28 Dec. 1392) daughter of John
Toly (1301 - ) who was mentioned in the Calendar
of Patent Rolls p. 88 as being pardoned on June 2, 1338, for
killing William le Cok in self defence.
William de Wasteney's Coat of Arms, Herald's
Sable a lion rampant argent collared gules
|and had issue:
(Wa19) Thomasine de Wasterneys
(Wa19-2) William de Wasteneys
(Wa19-3) John de Wasteneys
(Wa19-4) Thomas de Wasteneys
Further on John Toly:
Surrey.B. 1806. Demise by Robert son of Robert le Tanner, of Kyngeston,
to Adam atte Ruyole of the same, for ten years, of land in Kyngestone part
in the marsh in Sortecheggesdone, and part in Teyntouresfeld upon the broad
way at le Surlond. Witnesses:óJohn Toly the elder, Adam Templer, William
Postel, and others named. Feast of St. Michael, 5 Edward II. Seal.
From: 'Deeds: B.1799 - B.1900', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds:
Volume 2 (1894), pp. 232-242. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64276
Date accessed: 22 January 2009.