Maud was co-heiress in 1361 to her nephew, John de Saint Philibert.
In 1383 Maud conveyed her interest in the Saint Philibert manor of Farlington (in Sheriff Hutton), Yorkshire to her nephew, John Plaiz (or Place), Knt 1.
6 Mar 1385, Westminster
Maud who was wife to Sir Warin Trussell knight to Sir John Plays, knight, his heirs and assigns. Charter with warranty of her purparty of the manor of Farlyngton co. York, which after the death of Alice who was wife of Sir Brian de Stapelton knight descended to Sir John, Sir Brian de Stapelton knight son and heir of the said Sir Brian, and to the said Maud as three pareeners and one heir. Dated London, 21 December 8 Richard II. 
Maud who was (as above) to John Thebaud and Richard de Walton. Letter of attorney, appointing them to make partition of the manor of Farlyngton between Sir John de Plays knight, Sir Brian de Stapelton knight the son and the said Maud, to receive the purparty to her assigned, and to give the said Sir John or his attorney seisin thereof. Dated London, 22 December, 8 Richard II.
Memorandum of acknowledgment of the foregoing charter and writing, 10 March.
Calendar of Close Rolls, 8 Ric. II, p. 610