9954784. Lord Thomas de Poynings & 9954785. Ela de Aguillon.
~1208, Thomas de Ponynges born in England, s/o §§Michael de Ponynges & Margerie ?.
~1210, Ela born in England d/o §§Robert de Aguillon [likely s/o (39819144). Robert’s gs would marry ggd of (39819144).]
10/19/1216, Henry III succeeded John as King of England. Louis of France also claimed the throne.
By 1230, Thomas married Ela.
1239, A suit brought against Idonea de Beche, the daughter of William de Fresney. She called to answer with her Adam the son of Robert de Cokefeud and of Isabella, who was the daughter of Margery, Idonea's sister. Joan who was the wife of Ralph fitz Bernard, the daughter of the same Margery. Thomas de Poninges and Ela his wife. Giles de Argentean and Margery his wife. (S) Curia Regis Rolls, V16, P126.
1242, Thomas held 7 knights’ fees in Poynings, and 3 others elsewhere.
6/23/1246, Appointment of Henry de Wyngham, king’s clerk, together with one knight of each county, to keep the king’s escheats … to enquire … of serjeanties in every county, … Mandate to Thomas de Punninges, co. Sussex. (S) CPRs.
1248, Thomas de Poynings, successor of William fitz Rainald, held land at Pyecombe. (S) Hist. of the Co. of Sussex, V7, 1940.
9/29/1251, Exemption for life of Thomas de Poing’, king’s serjeant, from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions. (S) CPRs.
10/1258, “… inter Agnetem de Vescy in sua ligia viduitate ex parte una et Robertum Agullun et Johannam uxorem ejus ex altera … Hiis testibus domino W. de Valenc', domino Thoma de Ponynges, domino Payno de Sancto Philiberto, …” (S) CCRs.
Thomas married 2nd Maud ?.
By 1269, Thomas died. (S) Topo. Hist. of the Co. of Norfolk, 1808, P170.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
Maud married 2nd, Roger de Somercotes.
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 Hist. & Antiq’s of the Co. of Norfolk, 1781, P130.
(S) An Ess. Tow’s a Topo. Hist. of the Co. of Norfolk, Blomefield. (S) Sussex Archaeological Collections, V15, 1863.
· Thomas’ father Michael de Ponynges, s/o §§Adam de Ponynges & Beatrix ?.
· Thomas’ mother Margerie, widow of Sir John de Kailli; who died by 1206.
· 1207, Thomas’ parents married.
Child of Thomas and Ela:
i. Luke de Poynings (4997392), born 1231 in England.
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