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Looking to fill a gap between John Walters & Theobald Walter (c.1156 - c. 1206) 1st Chief Butler

Query by jubint

Please I am looking to fill a gap in my Family tree between John Walters & Theobald Walter.
John WALTERS. John was Baliff of Cork in 1486 & Mayor of Cork, Ireland in 1490 & 1494. He was hanged at Tyburn 16 November 1499 along with Perkin Warbec after being tried and found guilty of High Treason at Westminster and had their heads hung on London Bridge. John had 4 sons, John who was Mayor of Cork in 1499, Stephen who was Baliff of Cork in 1523, Philip who was Dean of Limerick from 1493 1505, Michael.

Theobald 1st le Boteler Walter (1156 1206). He died between 4 August 1205 and 14 February 14, 1206, and was buried at either Owney or Wotheney Abbey, Co. Limerick, Ireland. Theobald married Maude Le Vavasour (c. 1176 1227) in 1199. Maude born in Hazlewood and Storiths, Skipton, Yorkshire, England and died in Arklow, Wicklow, Leinster, Ireland. Theobald was the first Baron Butler and the first Chief Butler of Ireland in 1177(age 17). He also held the office of Butler of England and was the High Sheriff of Lancashire in 1194 until Christmas of 1198 and again later in 1199. Theobald founded the Abbey of Woney or Wotheny in County Limerick Ireland around 1200. He also founded the Cockersand Abbey in Lancaster, Abbey of Nenagh in County Tipperary, and a monastic house at Arklow in County Wicklow.
Children from this marriage:
Theobald 2nd le Botiller, 2nd Chief Butler of Ireland and a daughter Maud (1199 -).

John Walters was Mayor of Cork, Ireland in 1310 is in the middle of this. Can anyone help?

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on 2012-06-14 22:10:32

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