Another early Willingale is mentioned in the Patent Rolls of 1331:

Confirmation, in mortmain, of a grant by John, late bishop of Bath and Wells, to Nicholas de Wyllinghale of Leukenore, as rector of the church of St. Mary, Wauton, of a grove in that town called ‘Holmengrove’, part of the bishop’s demesne land, with hedges, hays and dykes thereto pertaining, quit of all service, execution and demand, in exchange for half an acre of wood in a grove called ‘Brochole’ belonging to the said church granted by the said Nucholas with consent of Rigaud, sometime bishop of Winchester, his diocesan.
By fine of 1/2 mark. Oxford