WILLIAM DE WELLE, son and heir, served on the expedition to Ireland in 1210. In March 1215/6 he paid 20 mark fine to buy the King's favour; but in May 1217 his lands were granted to Fulk d'Oyri. He was again accepted as loyal in the autumn of 1217 and aided the Crown against William de Forz, Count of Aumale, in 1221. Between 1220 and 1232 he was active in judicial work for the King; and in January 1229/30 he was ordered to aid the sheriff of Lincolnshire in arresting ships to be sent to Portsmouth for the King's use. He was a collector of 1/40 in 1232 and of 1/30 in 1237; and was appointed, January 1240/1, to view the royal castles in Lincolnshire. He married, in or before 1207, Emma, daughter and heir of William DE GRAINSBY, who was living, 30 September 1226. He died 1241-42. [Complete Peerage XII/2:437-8, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
Father: Robert de WELLE & Haughley b: ABT 1150 in Well, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England
Mother: MAUD b: ABT 1165
Marriage 1 Emma de GRAINSBY b: ABT 1190 in Grainsby, Lincolnshire, England
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