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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Lord Warin de Lisle & Margaret Pipard

1477438. Lord Warin de Lisle & 1477439. Margaret Pipard

1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.

1330, Warin de Insula born in England, s/o 2954876. Gerard de Lisle & 2954877. Eleanor de Arundel.

1331, Margaret born in England, d/o 2954878. Sir William Pipard & 2954879. Margery ?.

1339, Margaret 1st married to Robert FitzEllis.

1340, William Pipard had settled Nethercott and other property on himself and his wife for life, with remainders to Robert FitzEllis and Margaret his wife, and then to Stephen Pipard, his own son. (S) Hist. of Wiltshire, V9, 1970, Swindon.

1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].

11/24/1348 at Beedon, Gerard de Insula, knight; and his sons Warin, Richard, Gerard and Edmund. Gerard has granted to Warin, Richard, Gerard and Edmund all his goods in his manor of Lidyert. (S) UKNA.

By 1349, Robert FitzEllis died. [See IPM in 1364.] [No children, ending the male line.]

8/10/1349, IPM of William Pypard. Suffolk: Hyntlisham. The manor … Hyntlisham. The manor … held jointly by him and Margery his wife, who survives … He died on 9 July last. Margery his daughter, aged 30 years, is his heir. Devon: Tettecote and Kary. The manor … Lerkebeare. A carucate of land … Margaret, late the wife of Robert le Fitz Eliz, aged 26 years and more, and Maud, late the wife of John de Chevereston the younger, aged 24 years and more, his daughters, are his heirs. (S) CIsPM.

 [––Warin & Margaret––]

By 1349, Warin married Margaret. “The Cornish lands of the Tyeys inheritance appear to have prompted the marriage of Warin son and heir of Gerard, to Margaret, daughter and coheir of Sir William Pipard of Devon.” (S) UKNA.

3/27/1356, Gerard de Insula, knight; and Warin his son and Margaret, Warin's wife. Gerard has granted to Warin and Margaret the manor of Brampton (Northants.), with all the appurtenances except the advowson; to them and their issue, rent a red rose a year. Witnesses: Warin de Insula, Henry Tyeys, knights [Both of these are Warin’s paternal uncles] … (S) UKNA.

11/6/1357, Henry Tieys, knight, going to Ireland with Emery de Sancto Amando, justicary of Ireland, nominated Warin de Lisle as his attorney in England for one year. (S) CPRs.

1360, Warin’s father died, Warin the heir.

8/1360, Warin had livery of his lands and was knighted.

9/3/1360, Elizabeth [Warin’s stepmother] widow of Sir Gerard and Warin de Islee, son and heir of the said Gerard. Warin has assigned to Elizabeth in dower the manor of Brakken with appurtenances (Yorks.), and half the manor of Kyngestone and Faulore (Berks.) (S) UKNA.

9/6/1360, (1) William de Nessefeld, escheator of Yorkshire; (2) Robert Danyel; (3) Sir Warin son of Gerard de Insula. William has appointed Robert to give seisin to Warin of the manor of Braken by virture of the royal writ directed to William. (S) UKNA.

8/15/1362, Warin heir to his paternal uncle Warin de Lisle, knight, of Oxfordshire.

11/11/1361, John Stevenes, parson of Chilton Foliat; and Warin de Insula, knight, and Margaret his wife. John has granted to Warin and Margaret all his lands and holdings in Nethercote. (S) UKNA.

7/1362, Warin given protection for going overseas with the Duke of Lancaster.

1/15/1363, IPM of Warin de Insula, knight. Oxford: Oke by Ottemor. The manor, held of Robert de Insula, knight, by service of half a knight’s fee. Warin son and heir of his brother Gerard de Insula is his heir. (S) CIsPM.

12/1363, Warin del Isle was ordered to capture the malefactors who had lately lived by plunder in foreign parts and were now committing outrages in Wiltshire, &c., as he had hitherto failed in his duty in the matter.

6/7/1364, Warin de Lisle a justice of the peace in the county of Berks. (S) CPRs.

6/12/1364 at London, Sir Warin de Lylle, knight acknowledged a debt of £600 to Guy de Brien, William Styhull and Walter de Clopton. [Warin paid off the debt the same month.] (S) UKNA.

1364, Margaret coheir to her stepmother, inheriting Wingrave manor.

8/24/1364, IPM of Margery [Margaret’s stepmother] late the wife of William Pippard. Devon: Cherlton manor held of William la Zouche by gift of Edmund Pipard and Master Robert Pyle, by a fine levied in the king's court, to her and William Pipard, … She and the said William died without heir male of their bodies. … Margaret the wife of Warin de Insula, knight, aged 32 years and more, and Maud the wife of Osbert Hamely, aged 30 years and more, are the heirs of the said William Pipard. Buckingham: Wengrave manor … Suffolk: Hintlesham manor … Robert Fitz Elys has been dead 15 years ; and Margaret his wife, who survives, is now married to Warin de Insula, knight. (S) CIsPM.

11/3/1364 in London, Gerard del Isle, knight [deceased]; Edmund de Chelreye; Warin del Isle, knight, son and heir of Gerard. Whereas Gerard granted to Edmund an annuity of 40s. and a robe, for his life, from his manors of Kyngestone and Hordewelle, Edmund has granted that he will not demand the said annuity from Warin. (S) UKNA.

2/7/1365, Osbert Hamely, …; and Warin del Isle, knight. Whereas Osbert, … were bound to Warin by a bond and statute merchant bond for the performance of certain covenants between them, Warin has delivered to John, for all of them, the bonds for £800. (S) UKNA. [Osbert is Margaret’s sister’s husband.]

4/19/1366, John, duke of Lancaster, the son [of the lord king], Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford, kinsman of the lord king, Henry de Bello Monte, Roger Lestrange, Guy de Brien', Warin de Insula, Henry de Percy, …, knights, William Banastre, …, John Botiller, …, querents; and Richard, earl of Arundel and Surrey, deforciant. The castle and vill of Reygate and the manors of Dorkyng' and Bechesworth' and … The duke, the earl of Hereford, Henry, Roger, Guy, Warin, … have given him £1000 sterling. (S) Feet of Fines, Surrey, Sussex, Shropshire. [Warin appears in multiple records as a knight of John, duke of Lancaster. There no records found for Warin in the following 2 years, likely because he is in the army of John, duke of Lancaster.]

9/1366, John, duke of Lancaster, arrived in Bayonne, Gascony with 1000 archers and men at arms.

4/3/1367, John and his forces, having joined up with the Black Prince and his forces, and crossed the Pyrenees mountains in winter, won the battle of Najara, Spain. The English were supporting Pedro the Cruel of Castile. An estimated 16,000 soldiers died in the battle.

1368, Wardship of Lord Thomas Berkeley (age 15) granted to Warin. [Warin’s future son-in-law.] Thomas’ directly inherited lands were worth £540 yearly (another £720 held in dower or jointly by Thomas’ mother). The wardship of Thomas’ lands was granted to his Warin for £400 a year. (S) UKNA, BCM.

4/6/1369, Warino de Insula summoned to parliament by writ.

5/17/1369, Richard [Canter]bury and …; and Sir Warin de Insula, knight, and Margaret his wife. Richard and Peter have granted to Warin and Margaret the manors of Kyngestone and Favelore as fully as they had them by the grant of Warin, to them and their male issue, with remainder to Gerard son of Warin and Margaret and his male issue. (S) UKNA.

6/1370, John, duke of Lancaster, sailed with forces for France to join his brother in Cognac. [Again, Warin’s lacking in contemporary records likely indicates he was with Duke John.]

9/18/1370, John, duke of Lancaster, with the Black Prince at the taking of Limoges, France.

5/1/1371, Exemplification, at the request of Warin de Insula and Margaret, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of William Pipard, knight, … (S) CPRs.

1372, Sir Warin del Isle, knight, and Roger Langetoft. Warin has leased at farm to Roger his manor of Mundeford (Norf.) (S) UKNA.

1372, Warin appointed attorneys for a year while he was to be engaged abroad on the King’s service as a knight banneret with 4 knights, 5 esquires, and 10 men-at-arms.

8/31/1372, John, duke of Lancaster, King Edward III, and the Black Prince sailed from Sandwich for Gascony. [Storms prevented the ships form reaching their destinations.]

6/29/1373, “… Sir Warin de Insula, knight, and Margaret his wife … Ar: Kingston Lisle.” (S) UKNA.

1/1374, Thomas de Berkeley became of age and Warin’s wardship ended. (S) UKNA.

6/18/1374 at Kingston Lisle. Sir Warin del Isle, Lord Tieys … (S) UKNA.

7/1/1375, “Warin de Lisle, knight, and Walter parson of Kislingbury; …” (S) UKNA.

6/12/1376, Sir Warin de Lisle, Lord Teys presented Henry de Rotheby as rector of St Leonard’s of Bigot’s Manor.

8/3/1375, Margaret, wife of Warin del Lisle, knight, died. Hintlesham and Nethercott were divided between the coheirs, Maud Hamely, and Margaret's son Gerard de Lisle. Warin continued to hold the moieties by the courtesy of England.

10/12/1375, IPM of Magraret late the wife of Warin del Isle, knight. Wilts.: Nethercote. The manor … William Pipard, knight, granted it by his writing to Robert le Fitz Elys and Margaret his wife and the heirs of their bodies at a rent of a red rose yearly at Midsummer, with remainder to Stephen Pypard, William’s brother, for life … Stephen died during Margaret’s lifetime and Robert died without issue by her. After Robert’s death Warin del Isle, knight, took Margaret to wife and had issue by her a son named Gerard. Margaret died on Wednesday, 3 August last. The said Gerard, aged 15 years and more, son of the said Warin and Margaret who was one of the daughters of the aforesaid William, and Maud wife of Osbert Hamelyn, aged 30 years and more, the other daughter of the said William, are William’s next heirs. Suffolk: Hintelisham. The manor, and the advowson … Devon: Tettecote. The manor, … (S) CIsPM.

[––Warin & Joan––]

Warin married 2nd Joan ? [died 1392.]

3/5/1377, Licence for Warin de Insula to crenellate his manse at Shirburn, co. Oxford. By K. on the information of John, king of Castile. (S) CPRs.

6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, succeeded Edward III as King of England.

8/4/1377, Lord Warrin de Lisle summoned to the 1st parliament of Richard II.

4/12/1378, Warin de Lisle, Lord Tieys, to Edmund de Stonor, sheriff of Oxford and Berkshire, his brother: request for the levy of the debts of a former bailiff of Shrivenham, Berkshire. (S) UKNA.

Aft. 1/1380, Warin’s heir, son Gerard, died.

4/1380, Warin sent to Ireland on the King’s service.

6/28/1381, Commission to Warin de Lisle, Almaric de Sancto Amando, Thomas de Berkele, John Lovell … to arrest and imprison Simon Harwe … insurgents against the king … (S) CPRs.

11/30/1381 at London, Warin de Lyle; and Thomas de Berkeley of Berkeley and Margaret his wife, Warin's daughter. Warin has agreed to settle all his lands, holdings, rents [etc.] on Thomas and Margaret, and for the 250 marks of land and rent, viz. the manors of Alwarton, Tuernayle, Chilton and Shirborn, which has been settled on his lady and his heirs engendered on her, if there are no such heirs, these as well, and in return Thomas grants to Warin £400 of land and rent from the dowers of my lady of Wotton and my lady, Thomas's mother, for life, and freedom to use his Castle of Berkeley, hunting and fishing, and they shall travel together in wartime; also that his heirs from Margaret will bear the arms of Warin. (S) UKNA.

6/15/1382, Warin de Insula, knight, and Joan, his wife, querents, and Henry Beek', clerk, deforciant. 1 messuage, 140 acres of land, … in Shirbourn'. Henry has granted to Warin and Joan the tenements and pasture and has rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Warin and Joan and the heirs of their bodies. (S) Feet of Fines, Oxfordshire.

1382, Warin, Knt., 2nd Lord Lisle, 5th Lord Teys, of Kingston Lisle, Sparsholt, Berkshire, … died. [IsPM in Buckinghamshire, Middlesex, Northamptonshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Devon, Cornwall.]

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P182. (S) Swindon: A Hist. of the Co. of Wiltshire: V9, 1970.

Family notes:

·         Besides nearly 400 charters, information on the Lisle inheritance is derived from the Berkeley estate valors of 1385 and 1389, 5 account rolls of the manor of Kingston Lisle from 1380, the early 14th-century charter roll concerning the Foliot and Tyeys lands, a 15th-century calendared charter roll of Berkshire lands, and especially the Great Cartulary of the 15th century, in addition to the inquisitions post mortem of the Lisles, Tyeys and various widows, and other material in the Public Record Office. (S) UKNA.

Child of Warin and Margaret:

i. Gerard de Lisle, born 1358 in England.

5/17/1369, Richard [Canter]bury and …; and Sir Warin de Insula, knight, and Margaret his wife. … the manors of Kyngestone and Favelore …, with remainder to Gerard son of Warin and Margaret and his male issue. (S) UKNA.

Aft. 1/1380, Gerard died.

ii. Margaret Lisle (738719), born 1360 in England. [Heir] 


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