Sir Walter de Mauteby, the son of Robert, married Christian, daughter and coheiress of Sir Piers de Bassingham, sub-collector and accomptant in the 15th of King John; by whom he had two other daughters, Margaret, wife of Sir John de Flegg, and Alia, of Sir Peter de Brampton ; and amongst these, Salkirk manor, in Salle, was divided, as well as other estates of the said Sir Piers de Bassingham.
This Sir Walter de Mauteby had a grant in 1248, 32 Hen. III. of free-warren in Mauteby, and he was lord thereof in the 34th and 41st years of the reign of Hen. III.
About the year 1248, Simon, the prior of Norwich, granted the manor of West Becham, in Norfolk, and all his lands there (except the advowson of the church and glebe lands) to Sir Walter de Mauteby and his heirs. Sir Walter was sued in Henry the Third's time, for imposing a new toll in Becham Fair. In 1269 (53 Henry III.) Sir Walter de Mauteby purchased Flegg Hall, in Winterton, of Sir William de Flegg, who also released to him, in the 6th year of Edward I. all his right and title in Bassingham manor, West Becham, and Matlask. Christian, his wife, brought him Mauteby's manor, in Burston. It appears, that William de Valentia, Earl of Pembroke, half-brother to King Henry III. held Matlask in capite of that king, with Saxthorp, in his 34th year, which were held of him by the said Sir Walter de Mauteby, who married Christian above-mentioned, daughter and coheiress of Sir Piers de Bassingham, by whom he had,
Sir Walter de Mauteby, who married Petronilla
According to Effigies and Brasses his effigy is in the Church