4997392. Luke de Poynings & 4997393. Isabel de Aguillon & 60845536. Baron Hugh Bardolf
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1231, Luke born in England, s/o 9954784. Thomas de Ponyngs & 9954785. Ela de Aguillon.
~1250, Isabel born in England, coheir & 2nd d/o 9954786. Sir Robert Aguillon & 9954787. Joan de Ferrers.
Luke 1st married to Hawise, widow of Reynold de Vautort.
1252, John de Melton sought the land of Adam de Kokefeld … the same Adam, against … Luke de Puningg' [Luke is in the suit as the heir of his mother Ela, sister of Adam’s wife Agatha.]
9/1252, Luke of age.
9/29/1259, Hugh born in England, s/o 121691072. William Bardolf & 121691073. Julian de Gurnay.
1267, After the death of Richard de Munfichet, among the lands assigned to his nephew and coheir Richard de Plaiz were fees held by [inter alia] Giles de Argentein, Luke de Poninges and Adam de Cokfeld.
By 1269, Luke heir to his father, holding a 3rd part of a fee of the manor of Knapton. (S) Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, 1808, P170.
[ ––– Luke & Isabel ––– ]
Luke married Isabel.
1272-3, Luke de Poynings renounced to the Priory of St Pancras at Lewes all rights in the church at Pyecombe.
8/19/1274, King Edward I crowned at Westminster.
1275, Luke held the lordship of Poynings, and claimed the assize of bread and beer.
1280, A fine levied between Luke de Poynings and Roger de Somercotes, and Maud his wife, relic of [Thomas] Poynings, father of Luke where by Luke granted them the manor of Flitcham for the life of Maud, with an annunity of 100s. (S) The History and Antiquities of the County of Norfolk, 1781, P130.
By 4/1281, Luke de Poynings died holding Pyecombe of the Earl Warenne by military service. (S) Pyecombe', A History of the County of Sussex: V7, 1940. [Previously held by his father.]
(S) Poynings, A Hist. of the Co. of Sussex: V7: 1940, P208-212. (S) An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, Blomefield, P177.
[ ––– Hugh & Isabel ––– ]
Hugh served in the Scottish and French wars.
Hugh married Isabel.
4/1281, William Bardolf, son of William, made enrolment of
his charter to Hugh his son and heir, and to Isabel his wife, of the manor of
Plumpton, Sussex. (S) Record of the House of Gournay, Gurney, 1845, P222.
4/26/1286, Protection with clause volumus, for the th following, going beyond seas with the king:– Hugh Bardulf } for one year. (S) CPRs. [From Dover, King Edward and Queen Eleanor traveled to Gascony where they would stay for 3 years.]
1292, Hugh succeeded his father.
1294, Hugh summoned to attend and council King Edward I.
8/21/1294, Licence for Hugh Bardolph, tenant in chief, to demise, for life,to Walter de Mouncy, who is going to Gascony on the king’s service with the said Hugh, land to the yearly value of 20£ in Rungeton. (S) CPRs. [King Edward was involved in a long war to protect lands in Gascony from Philip IV of France.]
9/23/1294, Grant to Hugh Bardolf, going to Gascony on the king’s service, that, if he should die in the king’s service, and leave his heir within age, the executors of his will shall, during the minority of his heir, hold land of his to the yearly value of 300 marks, for the discharge of his debts and the execution of his will. (S) CPRs.
1294-95, Hugh, in Gascony, heir to his mother’s lands. By
the king’s special favor Hugh was granted livery of the lands. (S) Pedigree and
History of the Washington Family, Welles, 1879.
9/14/1295, Licence … for Hugh Bardolf, staying in Gascony on
the king’s service, to sell to the value of 100£ in his wood of Gretham, … (S)
1296, Hugh captured by the King of France at the siege of
1/28/1297, Commission of oyer … touching the persons who entered the park of Hugh Bardolf at Qwyneberge while he was staying in Gascony on the king’s service and under his protection, … co. Norfolk. (S) CPRs.
10/6/1298, Pardon to … on testimony by Hugh Bardolf of his service in the army in Gascony … (S) CPRs.
2/6/1299–6/2/1302, Hugh summoned to parliament as a baron.
4/1/1300, … ordered … to cause all and singular of … knights, esquires or others having 40£ yearly of land … to provide themselves with horses and arms … be with the king at Carlisle at Midsummer next, ready to set out with him at his wages against the Scots … Norfolk and Suffolk, with Hugh Bardolf. (S) Calendar of Close Rolls.
5/1/1300 at Stamford, … touching a complaint by Hugh Bardolf that … broke the gates of his manor of Stok Bardolf, carried away his goods, and assaulted his men. (S) CPRs.
5/14/1300, Hugh Bardolf received a letter of protection. (S) Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland.
7/1300, Hugh at the siege of Caerlaverock castle, “azure three cinquefoils or”.
1301, Hugh Bardolf grant the Friars Minors of Lynn a spring of water, called Stanwell, at Hardwick in his lordship of North Runcton.
1/28/1302 at Linlighgow [Scotland], Roger Nel of Derham, for breaking the prison of Derham and escaping, and for breaking the park of Hugh Bardolf of Wyneberg. (S) CPRs.
1302, Hugh served in Scotland.
4/23/1303, Licence, after inquisition … by Robert de Clifford, justice … for Hugh Bardolf to fell and sell trees of his woods of Carleton and Cedling, … value of 100£ … (S) CPRs.
8/9/1303, Grant to Hugh Bardolf of the marriage of Robert son and heir of Robert de Tateshale, tenant in chief. Mandate to the wife of the said Robert to deliver the body of the said Robert to Hugh to be married. (S) CPRs.
12/13/1303, Hugh Bardolf granted a market at Fillingham, Lincolnshire. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs to 1516.
7/22/1304, Pardon, at the instance of Hugh Bardolf, to John … in consideration of his service in Scotland … (S) CPRs.
Bef. 9/9/1304, Hugh died, son Thomas his heir. (S) CPRs.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
1307-08, Isabel presented to the church of Stapleford, Hertsfordshire.
10/8/1309, Feoffment between John son of Thomas de Bassingbourne and Sir Michael de Ponynges, Knt., and his wife, Margery, regarding the manor of Bures, Suffolk for £500 of silver sterling, which the grantor had by feoffment of Dame Isabel, formerly wife of Sir Hugh Bardolph, in Bures. (S) Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch.
1310, Isabela presented to the church of Fincham St. Martin, Norfolk.
3/25/1312, Isabella, Lady Bardolf, released to Sir Michael de Poynings knight and Margaret his wife all her right in the Manor of Bures by deed dated at Barcomb in Sussex. (S) UKNA.
7/6/1312, Robert Lewer’s attempt to deprive Isabella, widow of High Bardolf, of her free tenements in Emsworth and desseize her of Warblington was forfeited when he failed to appear before the King’s bench.
2/8/1314, … Whereas by an inquisition lately made by the king’s command … Henry III, had granted to a certain William Aguillon a rent seck of the value of 100s a year … Warblyngton, co. Southampton, … in the time of Edward I, appointed Robert Aguillon, son and heir of the said William Aguillon, to receive the said 100s. a year … a fishery in the water there, which Isabella Bardolf now holds, … Isabella … afterwards … asserted … Henry III … granted to the said William Aguillon the land, late of Robert de Curcy, in Empnesworthe and Warblington, … by rendering … at Easter a pair of gilt spurs, … charter of king Henry III, which the said Isabella Bardolf has exhibited in the king’s court, … the said William her grandfather as the said Robert her father … (S) CPRs.
1314, Isabela presented to the church of Fincham St. Martin, Norfolk.
Bef. 10/2/1315 at Adyngton, Isabella Bardolf, daughter and heiress of Robert Aguillon, granted Imbert de Saoncto Blimundo, king’s yeoman, in fee simple all her lands and tenements in Daunvou, Bugye, Losceles and Bloukville, in the duchy of Normandy, … (S) CPRs.
1316, Isabel presented to the church of Stapleford, Hertsfordshire.
10/26/1317, Licence for Thomas Bardolf to enfeoff … in fee his reversion of the manor of Riskyngton, held in chief, which Isabella Bardolf holds in dower of his inheritance, and for the feoffees to regrant the same to him and Agnes his wife.
5/3/1318, Isabel late the wife of Hugh Bardolf to settle the manors of Watton (Herts) and Addington (Surrey) on herself for life, with remainder to Thomas Bardolf and his heirs. (S) UKNA, (S) CPRs.
1320, Isabella, widow of High Bardolf versus master James de Mohun in Adyngton. (S) Pedes Fines, County of Surrey.
1322, Isabel presented to the church of Stapleford, Hertsfordshire.
5/1323, Isabel died; son and heir William. (S) A History of Greatham, Gripton, 2007, P14.
(S) De Antiquis Legibus Liber, Fitz-Thedmar, 1845, P-XCV. (S) A Gen. and Heraldic Dictionary, Burke, 1831, P25. (S) The Record of the House of Gournay, Gurney, 1845.
Child of Luke and Isabel:
i. Michael de Poynings (2498696), born ~1273 in England. [Coheir]
Children of Hugh and Isabel:
i. Thomas Bardolf (30422768), born 10/4/1282 in England.
ii. William Bardolf, born ? in England.