Sunday, April 3, 2011

G23: 4997398

4997398. Bertram de Criol & 4997399. Eleanor de Crevecoeur

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~1240, Bertram born in England, s/o 9994796. John de Criol & 9994797. Maud de Eastwell.

Bef. 6/12/1256, Bertram’s father died.

~1260, Eleanor born in England, 2nd d/o 9994798. Hamo de Crevecoeur & 9994799. Matilda de Averenches.

Eleanor’s father died.

4/16/1263, Inquisition on the death of Hamo de Crevecoeur at Folkestone ; … that her third [actually 2nd] daughter, Elena (or Elenor), was married to Bertram de Criol; ….

2/28/1264, Confirmation of a lease by Roger de Leyburn to Bertram son of John de Cryoil of the manor of Derteford except 3 arecs of meadow for three years. (S) CPRs.

1264, Bertram’s father died.

Eleanor’s mother died.

4/20/1271, Division of the inheritance of Matilda Daverenches, the manor of Foklstone, with its purtenances and the advowsons of the churches, fell in purports to John de Sandwico and Bertran de Criol, in the name of Agnes and Alianor, the eldest daughters and heirs. [Eleanor received Terlingham.]

1275, Sir Bertram de Crioll held seven fees as half of the barony of Folkstone of the King, Sir John de Sandwico holding the other seven. [John de Sandwico was married to Eleanor’s sister Agnes.]

1279, Bertram de Kirioll was holding a market at Yvingham and Stonilden. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs. [Previously held by his grandfather.]

Bertram died.

4/23/1295, IPM of Bertram de Criol, held at Newington, near Hythe: … the manor of Terlingham, of the inheritance of Elianore, his wife (who still survives), of the King, in capite, by service of one-sixth of a knight’s fee, and that it is part of the barony of Folkstone ; and that he held half the hundred of Folkstone, of the inheritance of the said Eleanor … by fee-farm of 10s. per annum. That he held the manor of Newington, near Hythe, of the same inheritance ; and that John, son of the said Bertram, is his next heir, and aged thirty-four years.

10/18/1295, Licence for Eleanor de Criell to enfeoff Richard de Rokesle and Joan her daughter of the manor of Terlingham, held by her in chief. (S) CPRs.

(S) Archaeologia Cantiana, V2, 1859.

Family notes:
• 2/2/1315, Inspeximus and confirmation … charter whereby Bertram son of Sir John de Crioll, with the consent of Elena his wife, daughter of Sir Hamo de Crevequer, for the souls of himself and his wife and of his father and mother John de Crioll and Maud, demised … Witnesses … Sir Nicholas de Crioll, … (S) Calendar of Charter Rolls, V3, P246.

Child of Bertram and Eleanor:

i. Joan de Criol (2498699), born ~1280 in England.

ii. John de Criol, born 1281 in England. [Heir]

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