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1191, Robert sheriff of Wiltshire. (S) Collegiate Church of Ottery St. Mary, P42.
1194, Richard I gave Robert de Tregoz, steward of the king, a grant of lands valued at 100s. (S) Somerset Arch. Soc, Vs122-24, 1978, P56.
1195, Robert de Tregoz served under the duke of Normandy [King Richard I]. (S) Memoires de la Societe des Antiquaries de Normandie, V5, 1830, P128.
1196, Robert de Tregoz granted all tithes of his assarts already cleared and to be cleared to Ewias Harold priory. (S) Agrarian History England and Wales, V2, 1967, P268.
1197, Robert de Tresgoz founded on the banks of the river Vire, near his castle, a religious house of the abbey of Hambie. (S) Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae, V1, Stapleton, 1840, P-CLXXIV.
1206, On collecting scutage of that King's reign, Lord Tregoz answered for 19 knight’s fees, belonging to the honour of Robert de Ewyas, his father-in-law.
1214, Walter de Clifford gave 1000 marks for the marriage of his son Roger to Sibyl de Ewyas, widow of Rogert de Tresgoz. (S) English Historical Review, V110, 1995, P289.
8/15/1215, Roger a knight of the royal household [of 102], was granted a 60 mark fief. (S) English Historical Review, V110, 1995, P281.
Bef. 2/20/1216, Roger married Sibyl, paying a fine of £1000. (S) The Topographer and Genealogist, Nichols, P129.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
· 1147-1176, There are multiple records of a “Robert de Ewyas”, likely Sibyl’s grandfather.
· A Robert de Tresgoz, possibly this Robert, was very active 1170-1180 as a supporter of young King Henry.