Sir Roger de Berkerols. Letter of Attorney.
The Berkerolle tombs in St. Tathan's Church were the resting place of (among others) Sir Roger Berkerolle and his wife Katherine, Sir Lawrence Berkerolle's parents. View photographs taken from foot of tomb and from the side of tomb
Grant in tail by John Gay and others of the manors of Norchard-Berkeroles, etc., with remainders to Sir Laurence Berkeroles and his wife.
Sir Laurence and Elizabeth Berkerols. Lease of Merthyr Maur.
Sir Laurence and Elizabeth Berkeroulle concerning lands in Coytif.
Indenture between Laurence Berkerolles and Nicholas Sonde and others, concerning a messuage, etc., in Merthyr Maur.
Letters of attorney by Sir Laurence Berkerolles to John Stradling, to give seizin of Laurenceland in Coyty.
Grant by John Machon and others to John de Stradelyng, otherwise de Anne, of Laurenceland in Coyty.
Inquisition after the death of Sir Laurence Berkerolles, Knight.
Sir Lawrence Berkerolle was lord of Coity in Wales. In addition to accompanying Richard II to Ireland, he was also involved in conflicts in the March of Wales. In 1404, his castle of Coity was besieged by Owain Glyndŵr.
Ray Caple et al, Vale of Glamorgan County Treasures: St Athan (Vale of Glamorgan Council, 2007).
Ralph A. Griffiths, "Owain Glyndŵr and the siege of Coity Castle, 1404-1405,"" Morgannwg transactions of the Glamorgan Local History Society 45 (2001): .
Margaret K. Smith