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Sir Alexander Comyn & Joan le Latimer

11820370. Sir Alexander Comyn & 11820371. Joan le Latimer

~1262, Alexander born in Scotland, 2nd s/o 23640740. Earl Alexander Comyn & 23640741. Elizabeth de Quincy.

~1272, Joan born in England, d/o 15208896. William Latimer & 15208897. Alice Ledet.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]

7/13/1285, Alexander de Comyn of Buchan, witnessed his brother John’s quitclaim of rights to half of Wygglesmer. (S) POMS. [John had been enfeoffed by their father with lands in Leicester and Warwick in 1283.]

~1288, Alexander married Joan.

1289, Alexander’s father died, his brother John the heir.

1290, The Maid of Norway died [d/o Queen Margaret of Scotland, sister of King Edward I.] There were 14 competitiors for the crown, which immersed Scotland in crisis.

1292, Alexander Comyn of Buchan, sheriff of Dingwall. (S) Medieval Scotland, 1998, P178.

1292, King Edward awarded the Scotland to John Balliol, an ally of the Comyn family.

4/27/1296, Alexander [and his brother John, earl of Buchan] captured at the battle of Dunbar, Scotland, by King Edward, and imprisoned in the Tower of London.

7/27/1296 at Elgin, Alexander with King Edward I of England.

9/4/1296, Joan Comyn, of the king’s [of England] special grace, to receive 200 marks of land in Tyndale for her sustenance. [A week later she was granted permission to transfer her household to England.]

3/30/1296, King Edward invading Scotland with a force of 25,000, captured Berwick-upon-Tweed, an important Scottish port of northeast England, sacked the town and massacred thousands of its inhabitants.

9/29/1296, Protection in Scotland for Alexander Comyn of Boghan in Scotland and in England. (S) CPRs.

1297, Alexander appointed Sheriff of Aberdeen. [Held until 1304.]

6/6/1297, Oath by Alexander Comyn of Buchan to serve Edward I against the French. London. (S) UKNA.

1297, Alexander sealed a document with a seal bearing “S’ALEXANDRE CVMYN D’BVC”. (S) Scotland’s Historic Heraldry, 2006, P44.

1297, Alexander’s brother, earl John, turned against England, but Alexander remained loyal.

9/11/1297, The English loss at Stirling. English forces under the command of John, Earl of Surrey, were defeated at the battle of Stirling Bridge by Sir William Wallace.

7/22/1298, King Edward defeated Sir William Wallace (Braveheart) at the battle of Falkirk, Scotland. The Scots defensive position was strong, but based on spearmen with support of some cavalry and archers. Edward’s armored knights were repulsed by the amassed spear points. King Edward brought up his Welsh longbowmen. They cut gaps into the Scottish ranks through which the mounted English knights could charge. The Scots were routed, but Wallace escaped.

2/15/1299, Safe-conduct, until Whitsunday, for Joan wife of Alexander Comyn, who is staying in Scotland, going to Scotland to have a colloquy with her husband and returning to England, and for her men. (S) CPRs.

8/1299, Sir Alexander Comyn was burning and devastating the district beyond the Firth of Forth. (S) Robert Bruce, Barrow, 2005, P141. [William Wallace, John Comyn and Robert Bruce had stirred up rivalries and war in Scotland.]

7/9/1300, Siege of Caerlaverock castle in Scotland began.

2/24/1303, An English invasion force, coming by Borthwick castle near Catcune, were decimated by Scotish archers in the third and last skirmish of the battle of Roslin Muir [aka Roslin Glen]. The Scots were commanded by Sir Simon Fraser. English forces under John de Seagrave and Ralph de Confreys had already been defeated.

1303, Sir Alexander Comyn, sheriff of Aberdeenshire when King Edward I of England visited.

4/1304, King Edward started the 90-day siege of Stirling castle. King Edward first used the Warwolf siege engine, the largest trebuchet ever constructed, in a successful siege.

1304, Alexander the sheriff of Aberdeen. (S) Medieval Scotland, 1998, P178.

1304, Alexander Keeper of Urquhart and Tarwedale castles.

1304, King Edward give custody of Aboyne castle to Alexander. [Later suspended because of a protest of the earl of Athole.]

1305, Alexander Comyn of Buchan makes 4 requests: 1) He states that the King gave him the shrievalty of Aberdeen to hold at pleasure, which he has held during war and peace without receiving any allowance for his expenses in his account. He requests a reasonable allowance for his costs and expenses. 2) He asks the King to vouchsafe to him a fee of £20 annually, which he was granted by Alexander III, in consideration of his good behaviour and his damages. 3) He asks that he might be quit of a ransom, as he has never left the King's faith since he did homage to him at Berwick. 4) He states that some people whom he had annoyed in time of war by what he did for the King's benefit are harrassing him now, in time of peace, and he requests a letter to the Lieutenant that he should not be harrassed for things done in time of war. (S) UKNA.

2/10/1306, John Comyn (III) of Badenoch murdered by Robert Bruce. The Comyn family joined England in opposition to Bruce’s ambitions.

3/5/1306, Robert the Bruce had himself crowned king of Scotland.

1308, Alexander died. [Possibly at the battle of Inverurie. His daughters would be heiresses of his older brother John, earl of Boghan, in 1311.]

[––Joan––]

11/27/1308, Robert de Wauton brought charges against Alice Latimer [widow of Joan’s brother William] and Joan Comyn. (S) CPRs.

11/16/1311, Commitment at will to Joan late the Avife of Alexander Comyn of the keeping of the manor of the Templars of Faxflet, co. York. (S) CFRs.

3/22/1312, Order to acquit Joan, late the wife of Alexander Comyn, in the extent of the Templars' manor of Faxflet, co. York, of £30 granted to her by the king in aid of her maintenance. (S) CCRs.

12/11/1313, Joan, late the wife of Alexander Comyn, keeper of the manor of Faxflet, Yorkshire. (S) CCRs.

2/24/1314, Protection for 1 year without clause for Joan Comyn. (S) CPRs.

7/30/1316, Joan granted the manor of Malton, Yorkshire by the king for her sustenance, allowing her to take £50 yearly from its issues. (S) CPRs.

10/24/1319, Commission … on complaint by Joan, late the wife of Alexander Comyn of Bouham, … carried away her goods at Malton, co. York. (S) CPRs.

1320, Joan granted safe conduct to go to Scotland with 1 knight, 6 squires, 6 men of office, and 10 grooms to seek restitution of her lands in Scotland.

6/2/1323, Joan granted protection to travel to Scotland on business. (S) CPRs.

3/27/1327, Joan granted £40 yearly from the issues of Yorkshire. (S) CPRs.

4/24/1328, Order to pay Joan Comyn of Boghan £20 out of the issues of the bailiwick of the sheriff of York. (S) CCRs.

10/19/1329, Order to pay Joan Comyn of Boghan £20 out of the issues of the bailiwick of the sheriff of York. (S) CCRs.

10/1/1340, Joan living.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P61. (S) Chaloner’s Treatise of the Isle of Man, App. D. (S) Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire, Issue 28, 1904. (S) Wife and Widow in Medieval England, Walker, 1993.

Family notes:

·         Alexander Comyn of Badenoch was contemporary to this Alexander. Both appear in rolls of 1296.

Children of Alexander and Joan: [2 daughters]

i. Alice Comyn (5910185), born ~1290 in Scotland.

ii. Margaret Comyn, born ? in Scotland.

7/14/1311, Grant to Henry de Bello Monte, who has married Alice, one of the nieces and co-heiresses of John Comyn, of the custody of the manor of Whitewyk, co. Leicester, during the minority of the heirs. Master William Comyn surrendered to the kin this manor, which John Comyn his brother, sometime earl of Boghan, had held in chief, … it is the inheritance of Alice and Margaret, the nieces and co-heireses of himself and his late brother. (S) CPRs.

Margaret married John de Ross, s/o William the Earl of Ross.


Vicomte Louis de Brienne & Lady Agnes de Beaumont

11820368. Vicomte Louis de Brienne & 11820369. Lady Agnes de Beaumont

By 1230, Agnes born in France, d/o 23640738. Ralph VI de Beaumont, Vicomte of Beaumont & 23640739. Agnes ?.

~1231, Louis d’Acre born in Constantinople, s/o 23640736. Emperor Jean de Brienne & 23640737. Berengere of Castile-Leon.

3/27/1237, Louis’ father died.

1242, Agnes heiress to her brother Richard, vicomte Beaumont.

1244, Berengere sent her 3 sons, Alphonse, Jean and Louis to the court of King Louis IX of France. [They were in the guardianship of Baldwin II of Courtenay, Latin Emperor of Constantinople, who was seeking funding from the rulers in Europe.]

8/25/1248, Louis and his brothers accompanied King Louis IX on crusade, departing from Aigues-Mortes in a fleet of 38 ships.

5/13/1249, They left Cyprus, heading for Damietta, Egypt. [Storms delayed the journey.]

6/4/1249, They reached Damietta, where they encountered little Saracen resistance. The town was essentially deserted.

2/5/1250, They crossed the Nile and attacked El Mansura, where King Louis was captured.

5/13/1250, King Louis, released on paying a ransom, started the journey home.

2/12/1253, Louis married Agnes.

1253, Louis and Agnes allowed the nuns of Vivoin the expand their monastery.

1254, Louis granted a charter bearing his seal.

1255, Louis at the court of Alfonso X, king of Castile.

1270, Louis’ brother Alfonso, Great Chamberlain of France, died on crusade. [As did King Louis IX.]

8/25/1270, Philip III succeeded as king of France.

10/5/1285, Philip IV succeeded as king of France.

Aft. 9/1/1297, Louis, knt. and Vicompte of Beaumont in Maine, France, signeur of Beaumont-le-Vicompte [aka Beaumont-sur-Sarthe] … died, buried at Etival. [About 20 mi. north of Geneva.]

[––Agnes––]

1297, Agnes conveyed the barony of Crain in Fifeshire in Scotland to her daughter Isabel.

Aft. 11/28/1304, Agnes died; buried at Etival with Louis.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P61. (S) FMG, The First English Duchess, 2004.

Family notes:

·         Ralph [Raoul] de Beaumont, s/o Richard de Beaumont, s/o Roscelin de Beaumont & Constance, illegitimate d/o King Henry I.

Children of Louis and Agnes:

i. Isabel de Beaumont, born ? in France.

Isabel married John de Vescy, s/o William de Vescy & Agnes de Ferrers.

1289, John died.

[Isabella appears in many records with her brother Henry.]

10/26/1309, Licence for Henry de Bello Monte to grant in fee his manors of Flokyngham, Edenham, … co. Lincoln, held in chief, to this sister Isabella, late the wife of John de Vescy, and for her to re-grant the same to him … (S) CPRs.

3/16/1330, Isabella, Lady Vescy, named in the confession of Edmund, Earl of Kent, as a conspirator of the attempt to free [deceased] Edward II.

Bef. 11/1/1334, Isabel de Bello Monte, Lady Vescy, Lady of York, died; buried at Scarborough.

ii. Louis de Beaumont, born ? in France.

8/27/1281, Ludovicus filius vicecomitis Bellimontis, of the bishopric of Mans.

12/27/1293, Master Lewis de Bello Monte, treasurer of St. Mary’s, Salisbury. (S) CPRs.

5/11/1296, Master Lewis de Bello Monte, treasurer of Salisbury. (S) CPRs.

2/9/1317, Louis nominated as bishop of Durham.

3/26/1318, Louis consecrated as bishop.

9/24/1333, Louis died; buried in Durham cathedral.

iii. Charles de Beaumont, born ? in France.

10/18/1294, Master Charles de Bello Monte, canon of the churches of St. Peter, York, St. Andrew, Wells, and St. John, Beverley. (S) CPRs.

5/11/1296, Protection for Master Charles de Bello Monte, canon of Beverley, staying beyond seas. (S) CPRs.

2/1/1298, Charles of Beaumont. Occ.as can., papal mand. for installation by proxy. Son of Louis, vicomte of Beaumont-sur-Sarthe (Sarthe, France), and brother of M. Louis of Beaumont, treas. of Salisbury. (S) Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300, V3, Lincoln, 1977.

iv. Henry de Beaumont (5910184), born ~1270 in France.


Sir Roger de Hales & Alice ?

11820334. Sir Roger de Hales & 11820335. Alice ?

~1250, Roger de Hayles born in England, s/o §Roger de Hales & Matilda ?.

Roger’s father died.

Aft. 9/1272, Roger’s mother died.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]

1274, Juliana daughter of Robert de Burgeston sued …, Thomas de Arderne and Isolda his wife, and Roger de Hales, for a messuage and half a virgate of land in Burgheston . (S) Plea Rolls for Staffordshire, V6, Pt1, 1885.

1276, Juliana daughter of Robert de Burgeston sued … and Roger de Hales, for a messuage and half a virgate of land in Burgheston [repeat of suit in 1274] … (S) Plea Rolls for Staffordshire, V6, Pt1, 1885.

1279-84, William de Audedele, whom Petronilla the widow of John de Audele of Blore, called to warranty against Roger de Hales and Isabella his wife in a plea of mort d'ancestor. (S) Plea Rolls for Staffordshire, V6, Pt1, 1885.

[––Robert & Isabella––]

By 1284, Roger de Hales 1st married Isabella ?.

10/13/1282, Enrolment of release by John son of John de Lodney to Roger Bygod, earl of Norfolk, … Witnesses : Sir John de Wallibus, Sir Peter de Monte Forti, Sir William de Say, Sir Nicholas de Stoteville, Sir Roger de Hales, … knights, … (S) CCRs.

10/15/1285, Mandate to the justices of eyre in the county of Northampton and other counties to deliver their rolls and writs to Roger de Hales, appointed to have the cusody thereof. (S) CPRs.

9/10/1288, Commission to Roger de Hales and William Haste, … co. Norfolk … with power to compel restitution … (S) CPRs.

[––Robert & Alice––]

1295, “…  Gift with warranty from Peter de Bassinges … Witnesses: …, Roger de Hales …” (S) UKNA.

1289, “Extract of pleadings between Roger de Hales, and Walter de Cadamo …” (S) UKNA.

1297, Sir John de Beauchamp, and Roger de Hales, levied a fine of the advowson of the church, and agreed for them and their heirs to present by turns. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V8, 1808, Norton-Soupecors.

1301 “… by the gift and demise of Sir John de Segrave. Witnesses:- Sir Edward Charles, Sir Roger de Hales, knights, …” (S) UKNA.

5/7/1303, Commission … touching … who assaulted Roger de Hales, coroner of the county of Norfolk, in the execution of his office … (S) CPRs.

1303, John Jermy with second wife Isabelle purchased the 120 acres and 3 messuages in Therston, Wackton and Forncett from Roger de Hales.

7/10/1303, Roger de Hales, the king's coroner of co. Norfolk. (S) CCRs.

5/1/1304, Writ de intendendo in favour of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, directed to ... William de Ros of Hamelak, … Roger de Hales, … Hugh Bardolf, … Reginald de Grey, … Robert de Ufford, … (S) CPRs.

1306-7, “Confirmation by William de Kerdestone, knight, … Witnesses :- Sirs Roger de Hales, …” (S) UKNA.

1307, “… Witnesses: Sir Peter Rocelyn, Sir William Rocelyn, … and Sir Roger de Hales, kts, Robert Bannyard, John de Ingelose, …” (S) UKNA.

1308, “5d rent out of tenement in Mettoneryde, held by Lord Roger de Hales, conveyed by Henry Tingtor to Simon Bigot.” (S) UKNA.

Roger de Hales, alias de Suffield, alias de Calthrop, died. (S) Notes & Queries, 1894, P50.

[––Alice––]

1308-41: Alice, widow of Sir Roger de Hales, Knight, and Roger his son, rector of Norton, to Roger de Birlingham and Idania his wife, in St. Vedast. (S) Cal. of Norwich Deeds.

Family notes:

·         9/1272, Matilda who was the wife of Roger de Hales gives half a mark for an assize to be taken before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Norfolk. (S) FRsHIII.

·         Roger de Hales an heir of Gosceline de Loddon/Lodnes (fl.1196-97) through 1 of 3 sisters of his descendents holding and interest in Norton-Soupecors. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V8, 1808, Norton-Soupecors.

·         1246, Sir Roger de Hales; in the foundation deed of the free chapel of St. Andrew of Hales, he styles himself Sir Roger de Hales, son of Walter de Suffield. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V7, 1806, Calthorp.

Child of Roger and Alice:

i. Alice Hayles (5910167), born ~1295 in England.


Lord William de Brewes

11820322. Lord William de Brewes

By 1254, William de Brewosa born in England, heir & s/o 30421288. William de Brewes & 23640645. Aline de Multon.

6/28/1283, William de Brousa summoned to Shrewsbury by writ from Rhuddlan to the king to hold a colloquium to ordain what should be done with David, brother of Llewellyn, formerly prince of Wales. (S) The Titular Barony of Clavering, 1891, P16.

8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.

1291, William’s father died.

3/1/1291, Order to deliver to William de Breous, son and heir of William de Breous, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage ; retaining the power to dower Mary [stepmother], late the wife of William the father, unless she will receive dower of the assignment of William the son. (S) CFRs.

1294, William fought in Gascony. [Beginning of a 9-year war to protect lands in Gascony from Philip IV of France.]

10/3/1295, Protection … William de Brewosa, going to South Wales on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.

11/8/1295, Order to Gilbert de Clare (4997382), earl of Gloucester and Hertford, to take into the king's hand all lands and goods of all alien religious of the power of the king of France in his liberty of Glamorgan … the like to … Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, H. de Bohun (11819896), earl of Hereford and Essex, R. (11819888) earl of Arundel, J. de Hastinges (5910050), Edmund de Mortuo Mari (2498716), … William de Brehus (11820322), W. de Valencia (11820322), earl of Pembroke, and John Giffard (11820106), within their liberties and lands in the parts of the march. (S) CFRs.

4/27/1296, William with King Edward as he invaded Scotland with a force of 25,000 and won the battle of Dunbar against the forces of John Comyn and his son.

8/28/1296 at Berwick-on-Tweed, Pardon, for services in the Scotch war, at the instance of William de Brewosa, to Henry Scurlag … (S) CPRs. [King Edward had captured Berwick-upon-Tweed, an important Scottish port of northeast England, sacked the town and massacred thousands of its inhabitants.]

9/30/1297 at Gaunt in Flanders, … Agreement between John de Hastingges and William Martyn … Witnesses: … Sir William de Brewuse, Sir Walter de Beauchamp, steward of the household, … (S) CPRs, 11/3/1297.

11/29/1297, Grant to William de Brewosa, staying with the king in Flanders, of the marriage of John (5910160) son and heir of Roger de Moubray, tenant in chief, so that he may be married to Alina (5910161) his daughter. Mandate to Roesia, late the wife of the said Roger, to deliver the said John. (S) CPRs.

3/29/1298, King Edward arrived back in England.

7/22/1298, William at the battle of Falkirk.

7/22/1298, King Edward defeated Sir William Wallace (Braveheart) at the battle of Falkirk, Scotland. The Scots defensive position was strong, but based on spearmen with support of some cavalry and archers. Edward’s armored knights were repulsed by the amassed spear points. King Edward brought up his Welsh longbowmen. They cut gaps into the Scottish ranks through which the mounted English knights could charge. The Scots were routed, but Wallace escaped.

1299-1332, William summoned to parliament by writ.

10/28/1299, Commission … to enquire … whether William de Brewose and his ancestors form the time when the land of Gower with the lordship thereof come into their hands by grant of John, sometime king of England, … power … tenants to come to their court of Sweyneseye … as the said William avers, … (S) CPRs.

3/28/1300, “Royal letters patent: inspeximus and confirmation of Magna Carta … Witnesses: … William de Breous', …” (S) UKNA.

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 … Surrey and Sussex, with William de Brewosa. (S) CCRs.

6/25/1300, King Edward led his forces north from Carlisle.

7/9/1300, Siege of Caerlaverock castle in Scotland began.

2/12/1301 at Lincoln, William joined in the barons’ letter to the Pope.

9/25/1302, Association … commission … touching the discords between Mary, late the wife of William de Brewose [William’s stepmother] and William son of William de Brewose, … (S) CPRs.

2/20/1303, William de Brewosa in a suit touching his liberties claimed in Pembroke. (S) CPRs.

10/4/1304, William de Brewosa, lord of the castle, manor, honor and rape of Brembre, and the 5 hundreds within that rape, … (S) CPRs.

10/19/1304, Pardon … on testimony by William de Brewosa of his service in Scotland. (S) CPRs.

11/12/1305, Commission … petitions of Wiliam de Brewosa’s men and tenants of Guwer and Sweyneseye … divers trespasses of the said William … (S) CPRs.

2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.

7/25/1313, Confirmation of a grant, for life, by William de Brewosa to John Iweyn of the entire town of Lotharn, … (S) CPRs.

8/5/1316, William de Braose and John de Mowbray and Alina his wife granted a market and fair at Bramber, Sussex. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.

11/13/1316, The king lately, by fine of £200 made by John de Moubray, granted licence to William de Brewosa the elder to grant his manors of Knappe, … and 3,000 acres … co. Sussex, which Mary de Brewosa holds, for her life, in dower of his inheritance … to regrant the same to the said William … remainder to John de Moubray and Aline his wife … 40 knights’ fees … (S) CPRs.

[––William––]

7/28/1319, Commission to make inquisition in the parts of Gower in the march of Wales and other neighbouring parts what lands William de Brewosa, lord of Gower, and his ancestors in the times of the king's progenitors and of the king have alienated in the said land of Gower, and to whom. (S) CFRs.

11/13/1320, Order to the escheator on this side Trent to go in person to the land of Gower in the march of Wales, which John de Moubray acquired of William de Bruosa, who held the same in chief, and entered without licence … (S) CFRs.

6/1/1322, Grant to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and Eleanor his wife, of the king’s reversion … which William de Brewosa holds for life of the inheritance late of John de Moubray, a rebel, … will fall into the king’s hands by forfeiture. (S) CPRs.

6/16/1324, Licence for Aline, late the wife of John de Moubray, … which William de Brewosa, the elder, holds for life fof the inheritance of the said Aline. (S) CPRs.

1326, William, 2nd Lord Brewes of Bramber, Sussex died.

5/1/1326, Writ for IPM of William de Brewosa. Kent: Wykham. The manor and advowson, held for life, by the demise of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester … Sussex: Kneppe and Beaubusson and the town of Horsham for life as part of the barony of Brembre … as of the inheritance of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, as appears by a fine levied in the king’s court between Aline late the wife of John de Moubray and the said earl. And the said William lately held the castle and manor of Brembre with the town of Shorham, for life as part of the aforesaid barony … La Kneppe. The manor … St. Leonard’s. The forest … he held for life 16 1/2 knights’ fees … Aline late the wife of John de Moubray, and John de Bohoun son and heir of Joan late the wife of James de Bohoun, are his next heirs, and of full age. (S) CIsPM. [The Despensers, favorites of King Edward II, by force taking over the lands of others, led to the Despenser War and the downfall of Edward II.]

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P137.

Children of William and Mary:

i. Joan de Brewes, born ~1285 in England.

Joan married Lord Richard Foliot, s/o 11820378. Lord Jordan Foliot & 11820379. Margery de Newmarch.

ii. Aline de Brewes (5910161), born 1289 England.


Baron Roger de Mowbray & Lady Rohese de Clare

11820320. Baron Roger de Mowbray & 11820321. Lady Rohese de Clare

10/17/1252, Rohese born in England, heir & d/o 9994764. Richard de Clare & 9994765. Maud de Lacy.

1257, Roger de Moubray born in England, s/o 23640640. Roger de Mowbray & 23640641. Maud de Beauchamp.

1262, Rohese’s father died.

10/18/1263, Grant to Richard, king of the Romans, of the wardship of the lands late of Roger de Mowbray … and with the marriage of the heir … . (S) CPRs.

1270, Rohese age 15.

[––Roger & Rose––]

Bef. 7/15/1270, Roger married to Rose.

Bef. 4/4/1273, Roger’s mother died.

8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.

12/3/1276, Roger de Munbray, a minor in the king's ward. (S) CFRs.

1/10/1277, Roger, son and heir of Maud de Moubray, in the king's ward. (S) CFRs.

1278, Seisin to Roger de Mowbray, son and heir of Roger de Mowbray deceased, of all the lands of his father.

8/7/1278, Order to cause Roger de Mowbray, imprisoned in that castle [Windesore] for certain trespasses … and for a contempt done to the king, to be delivered to Maurice de Berkley, Nicholas de Sedgrave, Emeric de Sancto Amando, Ralph Basset, … and John de Sancto Johanne, who have mainperned to have him before the king. (S) CCRs.

1279, Seisin to Roger de Mowbray, son and heir of Roger de Mowbray deceased, of his part of the lands of Amice de Beauchamp. (S) Journal of the House of Lords, V108, P195.

5/20/1279, Order to the sheriff of Lincoln to take into the king's hand the lands in Butterwik which Roger de Mubrey, tenant in chief by barony, granted without licence to Hugh de Elaund. (S) CFRs.

6/10/1280, Roger negotiated scutage of all knights fees due for 1277 for Wales for a fine of 200 marks. (S) CFRs.

1282-3, Roger summoned against the Welsh.

12/1282, King Edward defeated Llewelyn ap Gruffydd at the battle of Radnor in eastern Wales.

1283, King Edward continued his Welsh campaign, capturing and executing Dafydd, brother of Llewelyn; completing the conquest of Wales.

6/28/1283, Roger summoned to Shrewsbury by writ from Rhuddlan to the king to hold a colloquium to ordain what should be done with David, brother of Llewellyn, formerly prince of Wales. (S) The Titular Barony of Clavering, 1891, P16.

1284, Adjournment from the Assizes of an Amerciament against Roger de Mowbray, he being a baron.

Bef. 3/10/1288, Rohese’s mother died.

1291, Roger summoned to Scotland with the King; Miles de Stapleton in his retinue. [The heir of Scotland and died. 14 rivals claimed succession.]

1293, Roger de Molbray held a market at Thirsk, North Riding, Yorkshire. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.

1294, The Gascon War began between England and France, lasting 9 years.

1294, Roger going to Gascony in the King’s service.

6/24/1295, Roger summoned to parliament by writ. [1st of 5 summons to parliament.]

1295, Roger de Moubray witnessed a charter of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford. (S) CPRs, 8/15/1295.

10/4/1295, IPM of Isabel late the wife of Simon de Bello Campo. Bedford: Wottone. The manor  held in dower, by the assignment of the said Simon with the consent of William de Bello Campo his father, of the heirs of the barony of Bedford. As for the heirs of the said barony, Roger, aged 30 and more, son of Maud de Moubray (23640641) sister of the said Simon, Joan the wife of Ralph Paynel, aged 30, daughter of Ela sister of the said Simon, Isabel the wife of Simon de Pateshulle, aged 24, daughter of Ida daughter of the same Ela, and Elizabeth the wife of John de Horbur’, aged 34, daughter of the same Ela, are parceners of the inheritance with the heirs of the body of Beatrice sometime sister of the said Simon. (S) CIsPM.

2/1/1296, To escheator this side of Trent, Order to deliver to John Buteturte, who is in the king's service in Gascony, and Maud, his wife, the following purparty of the manor of Wotton, co. Bedford, which belonged to Simon de Bello Campo, tenant in chief, and which Isabel, late the wife of the said Simon, held in chief of the inheritance of Roger de Moubray, Ralph Paynel and Joan, his wife, Isabel, late the wife of Simon de Pateshull, John de Horbury and Elizabeth, his wife, and the said John Buteturte and Maud, the heirs and parceners of the lands that belonged to Simon on the day of Isabel's death … if Roger, Ralph and Joan, Isabel, John and Elizabeth come to the king's court … (S) CCRs.

1296, Roger obtained a charter of free Warren.

8/23/1297, Edward left England with 500 ships to attack France and assert his rights. Because of the refusal of many barons, Edward only had a small contingent of knights. The army sailed for Flanders to seek additional support.

1297, Roger, 1st Lord Mowbray, Baron of Thrisk, Yorkshire died in Ghent, Flanders; buried at Fountains Abbey.

[––Rose––]

11/21/1297, Writ for IPM of Roger de Moubray. York: Hovingham in the wapentake of Ridal. The manor … John his son, aged 11 on the day of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 25 Edw. I, is his next heir. Kyrkebymalsard. The manor … Thresk. The manor … Burton in Lonesdale. The manor … Lincoln: Eppeworth. The manor with its members in the Isle of Haxiholm … Leicester: Melton Moubray. A messuage with 7 1/2 virgates of land … Northampton: Crek. A capital messuage, … Assignment of dower to Rose (Roisia) late the wife of the said Roger in the manor of Eppeworth with the townships and hamlets pertaining to the same in the Isle of Haxhiholm … a grange … oxhouse … windmill … rabbit warren … the townships of Ouston and Ferie with the hamlets of Gunthorp and Gidescarth, with the market and fair of Ferie, and rents, services and suits of freemen, villeins and cottars … (S) CIsPM.

11/29/1297, Grant to William de Brewosa, staying with the king in Flanders, of the marriage of John (5910160) son and heir of Roger de Moubray, tenant in chief, so that he may be married to Alina (5910161) his daughter. Mandate to Roesia, late the wife of the said Roger, to deliver the said John. (S) CPRs.

1316, Rohese living.                          

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P599. (S) Journal of the House of Lords, V108, P195.

Children of Roger and Rose: [7 sons, 3 daughters]

i. John de Mowbray (5910160), born 9/4/1286 in Yorkshire, England.

2/20/1304, John, son and heir of Roger de Moubray, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's ward. (S) CFRs.


Saturday, July 30, 2011

Baron Robert de Scales & Lady Isabel Burnell

11820296. Baron Robert de Scales & 11820297. Lady Isabel Burnell

~1250, Robert, born in England, heir & s/o 23640592. Robert de Scales & 23640593. Alice de Rocester.

~1260, Isabel Isabel born in England, d/o 121689412. Sir Hugh Burnell & 121689413. Sybil ?. [Niece of Robert Burnell, Bishop of Bath and Wells, Lord Chancellor and Treasurer of England.]

Bef. 5/18/1267, Robert heir to his father, including the advowson of Islington.

6/28/1270, Robert granted markets and fairs at Barkway, Hertfordshire; Tilney Cum Islington, Norfolk; and Worlington, Suffolk. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.

1271, Robert granted the manor of Rivenhall by Robert de Weston, holding the lands during his wardship.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

1273, Robert Lord Scales held Scales-How, in Islington, &c. one fee and a quarter. (S) Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V8, 1808, South Lynn.

8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.

8/14/1275, Robert did homage for his lands of Tilney, Clenchwarden, Wygenhale, and Howe … 1.25 knight’s fee, and to have assize of bread. (S) CCRs.

7/18/1277, Robert de Scales, gone with Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln to Wales on the king’s service against Llywelyn. (S) CPRs.

1277, King Edward was in Chester where he cleared a road through a dense forest, and started construction on the castles of Flint and Rhuddlan. King Edward made forays into the Welsh lands of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, prince of Wales, capturing Snowdonia and the isle of Anglesey.

By 1278, Robert married Isabel.

1280, Robert son of Sir Robert de Scales a benefactor of the cathedral priory of Norwich. (S) Monaticon Anglicanum, Cathedral Priory of Norwich, 1827.

3/16/1283, Robert Burnel, bishop of Bath and Wells, chancellor …  issue writs for Robert de Scales and his men. (S) UKNA.

11/11/1286 at  London, Debtor: Robert de Scales, knight. Amount: 13m. (S) UKNA.

3/5/1287, Robert de Scales, going to Gascony, nominating … (S) CPRs.

6/1287, Robert sent to Wales.

8/15/1287, An army of 6,700 joined an earl’s force of 4,000 at Rhys ap Maredudd’s castle of Dryslwyn, Wales, and began a siege. They built a trebuchet to attack the castle. [The castle was captured; but Rhys escaped.]

1290, Robert obtained a grant of free warren at Wetherden.

7/12/1290, The abbot of St. John's, Colchester, … acknowledge that they owe to Robert de Scalys 66 marks 6s 8d. (S) CCRs.

3/10/1291, Protection with clause volumus, … 3 years …, for Robert de Scales, going beyond seas. (S) CPRs.

1293, Robert le Waleys was Steward of Robert de Scales in Herefordshire. (S) The Origins of the English Gentry, Coss, 2003, P152.

8/8/1295, Commission of oyer … touching the person who broke the park of Robert de Scales at Rowenhale, co. Essex, while he was on the king’s service in Wales and under his protection. (S) CPRs.

8/28/1296 at Berwick-on–Tweed, Pardon for services in the Scotch war to Adam Dune of Leveryngton … at the instance Robert de Scales. (S) CPRs.

1297, Robert held 1 knight’s fee in capite of Wetherden.

1297, Robert, with 2 knights and 8 troopers serving the King in Flanders. (S) The Welsh Wars of Edward I, Morris, 1901, P278.

4/1298, Robert sent to Flanders.

7/22/1298, Robert, with 7 men in his retinue, at the battle of Falkirk. (S) The English Aristocracy at War, Simpkin, 2008, P192.

7/22/1298, King Edward defeated Sir William Wallace (Braveheart) at the battle of Falkirk, Scotland. The Scots defensive position was strong, but based on spearmen with support of some cavalry and archers. Edward’s armored knights were repulsed by the amassed spear points. King Edward brought up his Welsh longbowmen. They cut gaps into the Scottish ranks through which the mounted English knights could charge. The Scots were routed, but Wallace escaped.

2/6/1299, Robert, 1st Lord Scales, created Baron Scales by writ and summoned to parliament. (S) The Book of Dignities, 1851, P557.

7/9/1300, Robert at the siege of Caerlaverock castle; “the handsome and amiable Robert de Scales bore red, with shells of silver.”

2/12/1301 in Lincoln, Robert was a signer of the baron’s letter to Pope Boniface VIII.

3/23/1301, Grant by Robert de Scales, lord of Middleton, to the Friars Minor of Lynn for the soul of his wife Isabella. (S) UKNA.

7/6/1301, Sir Robert de Scale with 2 knights and 11 horsemen in the retinue of Edward, prince of Wales in Scotland.

2/12/1301 in Lincoln, “Robertus de Sacles Dominus de Neuseles” signed the baron’s letter to the Pope. (S) Baronia Anglica Concentrata, V1, 1844, P389.

5/1/1304, Writ de intend in favor of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, directed to … Robert de Scales … with respect to their fealty and other services of knight’s fee which they hold of the said earl, … (S) CPRs.

1/22/1305, Robert summoned to parliament.

1305, “Robert de Scales: Norfolk, Suffolk” died.

[––Isabel––]

9/4/1305, IPM of Robert de Scales. Norfolk: Middelton. A capital messuage, a windmill, a water-mill, … [multiple of these] … held jointly with Isabel his wife, … Robert his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. Suffolk: Weidon … (S) CIsPM.

10/13/1305, Order to deliver to Isabel, late the wife of Robert de Scales, the manor of Neuseles, Hertford … certain lands in Middleton, Norfolk … Robert and Isabel were jointly enfeoffed by Robert Burnel, late Bishop … (S) CCRs.

7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.

2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.

7/3/1314, Licence, … Friars Minors of Lenne to retain a well in North Rungeton … from Thomas Bardolf and Robert de Scales, and to lead the water from the well by an underground conduit to their house in Lenne. (S) CPRs.

9/1/1315, Licence for Robert de Scales [son] to enfeoff Isabella de Scales of his manors of Hoo and Islington, co. Norfolk, and of his manor of Rewenhale, co. Essex, held in chief, … (S) CPRs.

11/25/1324, Isabel late the wife of Robert de Scales to retain a quarter of the manor of Haslingfield acquired by herself and Robert from William de Monte Caniso, by fine of 60s. (S) CPRs.

3/25/1332, Commission of certiorari de feodis for Robert de Skales (2955074). Norfolk: Hokewold. The advowson of the church of St. Mary is of the inheritance of Robert son and heir of the said Robert, a minor and in the king’s wardship …  Isabel, late the wife of Robert de Scales grandfather of the same Robert son of Robert, holds in dower of his inheritance … [knights fees listed] … (S) CIsPM, (S) CFRs 9/13/1332.

Bef. 7/26/1333, Isabella died, her grandson her heir. (S) CCRs.

(S) Topo. Hist. of the Co. of Norfolk, V8, Blomefield.

Child of Robert and Isabel:

i. Robert de Scales (5910148), born 1279 in England.


Lord William le Latimer & Lucy de Thweng & Lord Nicholas de Meynell

11820294. Lord William le Latimer & 11820295. Lucy de Thweng & 30420116. Lord Nicholas de Meynell

1269, William’s grandfather of the same name died.

~1268, William born in England, s/o 15208896. Lord William Latimer & 15208897. Alice Ledet.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

3/24/1278, Lucy born in York, England, d/o 23640590. Robert de Thweng & 23640591. Maud Hansard.

~1275, Nicholas born in England, s/o 60840232. Nicholas de Meynell & 60840233. Christiana ?.

1284, Lucy’s father died.

1284, Lucy’s uncle Marmaduke was assigned custody of Lucy who was raised at Kilton castle.

2/27/1285, Grant to William le Latymer [William’s father], for service in the expedition into Wales, of the custody of Lucy, daughter and heiress of Robert de Twenge, tenant in chief, of the following lands late of the said Robert, … manor of Broughton with the hamlet of Skynergryne, … manor of Jarum, … manors of Daneby and Lelum. (S) CPRs.

2/20/1290, Order to Thomas de Normanvill … to defray the expenses of Lucy, daughter and heir of Roger de Tweng, a ward of the crown, with her governess and maid, from 3/22/1285 to 6/2/1286, at sixpence per day, for robes, linen, shores, &c., £10 17s 4d (S) Notes & Queries, 6th Series, V2, 1880, P436.

1292, Lucy, Thomas le Latimer and others unknown, ejected Walter de Rokesley and took the issues of the manor of Kyrkbrunn. (S) Proof of age of Lucy.

11/16/1299, Assignment of dower to Christiana (60840233), late the wife of Nicholas de Meynill … in the presence of Nicholas son and heir of Nicholas, who is of full age and consenting to the assignment. (S) CCRs.

1/14/1300, Order to be at the exchequer at York on Friday next to treat with the treasurer and barons of the exchequer and others of the king's council of certain affairs touching him and the community of that county. Walter de Faucumberge and Nicholas de Meynill in the North Riding. (S) CCRs.

 [––William & Lucy––]

By 1293, William married Lucy.

1293, William son of William Latymer, Lucy his wife, Thomas Latymer and others unknown violently ejected Walter de Rokesley again from the manor of Kyrkbrunn. (S) Proof of age of Lucy.

1/22/1294, Lucy daughter and heir of Robert de Thweng and kinswoman and heir of Marmaduke de Thweng. Proof of age. York: The jury say that the said Lucy was born at Kylton on Friday before Palm Sunday, 7 Edw. I, was baptized the Sunday following (as above), was 15 years of age on Friday before Palm Sunday, 22 Edw. I, and will be 16 on Friday before Palm Sunday, 23 Edw. I. … (S) CIsPM.

7/22/1298, William at the battle of Falkirk.

7/22/1298, King Edward defeated Sir William Wallace (Braveheart) at the battle of Falkirk, Scotland. The Scots defensive position was strong, but based on spearmen with support of some cavalry and archers. Edward’s armored knights were repulsed by the amassed spear points. King Edward brought up his Welsh longbowmen. They cut gaps into the Scottish ranks through which the mounted English knights could charge. The Scots were routed, but Wallace escaped.

7/19/1299, William le Latymer, the K.’s captain and lieutenant in the Marches of Scotland, … (S) Cal. of Doc’s Relating to Scotland, 1884, P274.

8/1299, IPM of John de Seton. York: Seton. The manor held of William le Latimer and Lucy his wife by service of 1/4 knight’s fee. (S) CIsPM.

11/16/1299, Protection … for William le Latimer, the younger, going to Scotland with the king. (S) CPRs. [Fulk Lestrange going with William.]

1299-1305, William “junior” summoned to parliament.

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 … Warwick and Leicester, with Eustace de Hacche. (S) CCRs.

5/1300, William keeping the castle and town of Berwick, Scotland.

6/25/1300, King Edward led his forces north from Carlisle.

7/9/1300, Siege of Caerlaverock castle in Scotland began.

1300, William at the siege of Caerlaverock castle.

1301, To William le Latimer junior, for his own wages at 4s daily, and those of 1 knight at 2s daily and 6 esquires, each at is daily, from 20 July, when the horses were valued, until 22 Sept., by an account made with him at Bothwell on that date, £39. To William le Latimer, 200 marks. For 56 men at arms at Berwick, from 21 May to 17 July, £173 17s. For crossbowmen at Berwick, £97 7s 6d, for archers there, £202 5s 8d. (S) 1301 Account Book of Wages for the Scottish War. [These wages were only documented for bannerets and their retinues.]

1303, William le Latymer, John de Segrave and Robert de Clifford, leaving Dunfermline, appointed to attend in a ‘chivauchee’ from the said town … to the water of Forth, they are to search strictly … if they find any strangers, to arrest them with horses and harness …  (S) Cal. of Doc’s Relating to Scotland, 1884, P375.

8/25/1303, Order to supersede the execution of the exigent against William le Latimer, the younger, until Christmas or until his return to England from Scotland. (S) CCRs.

12/12/1303, William le Latimer, the younger, granted a market and fair at Sinnington, North Riding, Yorkshire. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.

2/12/1304, Pardon to William le Latimer, the younger, who was impleaded before the justices of the bench, by the abbot of Whyteby, of the unjust detention of the abbot’s beasts, and was convicted … of impounding them, killing them and consuming them in his household, … (S) CPRs.

5/26/1306, Grant in fee simple to William le Latimer of 2 parts of the manor of Lambynby … co. Cumberland, … forfeited … by the rebellion of Christopher de Seton … (S) CPRs.

5/8/1309, Commission … on complaint by William le Latimer that Hamo Gruscy … broke his house in [the city of York]. (S) CPRs.

7/16/1309, William le Latimer, going beyond seas on the king’s service, has letters … (S) CPRs.[Thomas de Styveton going on the service of William.]

8/3/1311, Grant to William le Latymer [for 700 marks] of the custody of the lands of Nicholas Pointz, … during the minority of the heirs, with knights’ fees, advowsons of churches, reversions of dowers and of lands held for life of his inheritiance, … with the marriage of the heir. (S) CPRs.

1/23/1312, Appointment … of William le Latimer to the custody of the castle of Scardeburgh, … (S) CPRs.

[––Lucy & Nicholas & William––]

By 1299, Nicholas’ father died, his mother surviving.

1299, Nicholas, s/o Nicholas de Meynell had sesin of his father lands.

7/21/1299, Pursuant to an inquisition shewing that Nicholas de Meynill held in chief the manor of Castel Levynton and that Christiana late his wife was jointly enfeoffed with him thereof, to hold to them and the heirs of Nicholas by the service of finding a serjeant on horseback in the king's army for 40 days, and that he held his other manors of the archbishopric of Canterbury, to deliver to Nicholas, son and heir of the said Nicholas, the lands of his said father, he having done homage. (S) CFRs.

1302-03, All the lands of Nicholas de Meynell in the wapentake of Langbaurgh were held of the archbishop, and were consequently not subject to geld.

1303, Lucy was abducted from the manor house [sources indicate she was not happy in her marriage.]

Bef. 12/15/1304, William’s father died, William succeeding to a moiety of town and hundred of Corby, and half the barony of Waldon, Northamptonshire. (S) CPRs.

4/1305, William was given power to arrest the abductors and take back his wife Lucy. [He was not successful.] Lucy became the mistress of Nicholas Meinill, lord of Whorlton.

6/21/1305 at York, Debtor: Nicholas, the son of Nicholas de Meynell, knight, of Langbargh. Amount: 200m. (S) UKNA.

1305, Lucy began divorce proceedings, claiming consanguinity. William was excommunicated for not paying legal fees. William appealed to Rome and had the excommunication lifted.

4/28/1307, Order to cite Sir Nicholas Meynell and Lucia, daughter of Sir Robert de Tweng, to answer a charge of adultery. [Both eventually found guilty.]

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

11/11/1308 at York, Debtor: Nicholas de Meynell, knight of Langbargh. Amount: £20. (S) UKNA.

5/18/1309 at York, Debtor: Nicholas de Meynell, knight of Langbargh. Amount: £40. (S) UKNA.

1309, Lucy, guilty of adultery, was ordered to Watton priory, but could not be found.

9/4/1309, …

1/1310, Lucy and Nicholas agreed to separate and Lucy was fined £40 [Nicholas fined £50].

2/4/1310 at York, Debtor: Nicholas de Meynell, knight [of Langbargh, and John de Meynell, his brother. Amount: 50m. (S) UKNA.

2/10/1311, Whereas William le Latimer and Lucy his wife, daughter and heir of Robert de Twenge, quit-claimed to the king the manor of Daneby in Balkhoumor, co. York, late of Peter de Brus, … which were of the inheritiance of the said Lucy ; … the king, of special grace, has given the said William all the foregoing, the be held by him for life … remainder to William son of the said William and Lucy … (S) CChRs. [Part of Lucy’s loss of lands due to her behavior.]

6/3/1312, Order to permit Nicholas de Meynill to fell, sell, and carry whithersoever he likes 200 oaks in his wood of Aldewerk within the bounds of the forest of Galtres, which the king has granted him licence to do. (S) CCRs.

[––Divorced––]

Bef. 7/1312, Lucy and William’s divorce was finalized. Lucy had to grant William the manor of Sinnington for life. Lucy was now free to remarry; and married Robert de Everingham, a household knight. [A curious story is told of one Robert Bordesdeyne, who swore before the assize that he had been hired by Nicholas de Meynell to kill William Latimer, and later reversed his evidence and declared that William Latimer had paid him for a false accusation against Nicholas.]

8/25/1312, Exemption for life, for William le Latimer in respect to this houses in the town of Westminster from livery of stewards, chamberlains, marshals and other ministers of the king. (S) CPRs.

1312, Lucy again abducted from her manor by Nicholas Meinill; but was soon returned.

1/17/1313, William and others to abstain from attending a tournament at Newmarket. (S) CPRs.

[––Lucy & Robert––]

5/23/1313, Licence for Robert de Everingham and Lucy his wife to enfeoff … their manor of Jarum, co. York, … remainder failing such issue to Nicholas de Menhille, son of the said Lucy, … (S) CPRs.

5/29/1313, William le Lateymer going beyond the seas on the king’s service. (S) CPRs. [King Edward and Queen Isabella left from Dover for a trip to France.]

6/18/1313, William le Lateymer staying beyond the seas on the king’s service. (S) CPRs. [They would arrive back at Doven 7/15/1313.]

10/7/1313, William le Latymer, to whom the king granted the custody of the land and heir of Hugh de Poynz and the marriage of the heir, came into chancery at Westminster, …, and offered marriage to Nicholas son and heir of the said Hugh, to wit Joan daughter of John le Latymer, in the presence of Henry de Bello Monte, Nicholas de Segrave, … knights … (S) CCRs.

[––William & Sibyl––]

William married Sibyl ?.

2/3/1315, Order to assign to Sibyl, wife of William le Latymer, dower of the lands of her late husband William de Huntingfeld, … manor of Eye, … having married William le Latymer without the king’s licence. (S) CCRs.

2/3/1315, Commission … on complaint by William le Latymer that, whereas certain Scots, lately come under his conduct from Scotland to England to seek a sum of money in which he was bound to his creditors in Scotland, … [were robbed on their return] (S) CPRs.

1316, Lucy’s husband, Robert de Everingham, killed fighting the Scots.

4/4/1316, IPM of Robert de Everingham. York: … The manor was held jointly by the said Robert and Lucy, by the enfeoffment of the said Henry to them and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to Nicholas de Meynill, son of the said Lucy, and his heirs. (S) CIsPM.

[––Nicholas––]

1314-15, Mary (d.10/18/1322) daughter of Margery de Muschaunce to settle half the manors of Wooler, Heathpool, Heatherslaw, Lowick, and Belford on herself for life, with remainder to Nicholas de Meynill (30420116) and the heirs of his body, remainder to Nicholas (15210058) son of Lucy daughter of Robert de Twenge and the heirs of his body, remainder to the heirs of Nicholas de Meynill. N'humb. (S) UKNA.

5/24/1315, Commitment during pleasure to Nicholas de Meinyll of the castle and county of York. (S) CFRs. [Held until 10/20/1315.]

1315, Nicholas settled on his natural son (Nicholas) by Lucy the reversion of Whorlton and other manors if he himself should die without male issue.

1/30/1316, Nicholas Meynill, when sheriff of York, to save the fish in the stew of Fosse caused a trench to be made in order that the course of the water might flow through it until he should cause the mill-pond, which had been carried away by flood, to be re-constructed. (S) CCRs.

5/18/1316, Order to deliver to Lucy, late the wife of Robert de Everyngham, tenant in chief, the manors of Brotton and Kirkeburne, 10 marks of yearly rent in Skynnergrene, and a moiety of the bailiwick of the wapentake of Langebergh, … she and her husband were jointly enfeoffed … remainder, in default of issue, to Nicholas de Meynill her son, …  the king having taken her fealty. (S) CCRs.

5/29/1318, William son of John de Barton of Osewaldkirk acknowledges that he owes to Nicholas de Meynill £1,000; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. York. (S) CCRs.

1320, Nicholas de Menyll (Meinill) requests that the king and council grant a writ of warranty in Cleveland, [North Riding of Yorkshire]. (S) UKNA.

4/26/1322, Nicholas died, his natural son Nicholas his heir.

5/10/1322, Writ for IPM of Nicholas de Menyll. (S) CFRs.

[––Lucy & William––]

11/19/1316, Commission … on complaint by William le Latymer … carried away his goods at Fraunkton, co. Lincoln. (S) CPRs.

By 1318, Lucy married Bartholomew de Fanacourt, a Frenchman.

10/22/1318, Pardon to ... Nicholas de Segrave, Robert de Holand, Stephen de Segrave, William le Latimer, Fulk Lestrange, William Tuchet, … knights, of all felonies and trespasses committed before 7 August last, adherents of Thomas, earl of Lancaster. (S) CPRs.

1/28/1319, Protection with clause volumus for 1 year for William le Latymer. (S) CPRs.

4/4/1319, John de Moubray (2955080), lord of the Isle of Axholme and of Gower; and John his eldest son and Maud, the son's wife. ... Witnesses: Sir Thomas earl of Lancaster, Sir William de Roos of Helmsley, William le Latymer, Edmund Dayncourt (15212290), ... (S) UKNA.

9/7/1319, King Edward besieged Berwick-upon-Tweed.

12/21/1319, King Edward signed a peace agreement with Robert Bruce.

2/6/1321, Licence … meadow in Sithestan and Belton, held of William le Latymer by service … (S) CPRs.

7/28/1322, Grant … Witnesses, Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, … Sirs William de Ros, William le Latemer and Henry de Beaumund, barons. (S) CPRs.

6/1/1323, Appointment of William le Latimer and William de Herele to receive in the king’s name the oath to be made on behalf of Robert de Brus, and the oaths of other magnates in the land of Scotland … to observe the truce for 13 years and to receive the hostages for Thomas Randolf, earl of Moray. (S) CPRs. [William also appointed as guard and leader of the envoys of Robert de Brus.]

2/6/1327, Pardon of the trespass of Nicholas de Menyll, deceased … remainder to Nicholas son of Lucy de Tweng, in tail … (S) CPRs.

2/18/1327, Licence for William le Latymer to grant his manor of Corby, held in chief, the William, his son, in tail, … in default to Thomas, another son, … and Thomas le Latymer, of Werdon and Warin, his son, in tail make, … (S) CPRs.

Bef. 3/8/1327, William died. (S) CPRs.

[––Lucy––]

3/8/1339, Lucy and Bartholomew received lands from Robert de Fanacourt, who had received them from Adam de Everingham, older brother of Robert. (S) CPRs.

2/10/1346, Lucy and Bartholomew granted lands to John Darcy junior and his wife Elizabeth, to hold for Lucy’s lifetime, in return for 50 marks rent. [Elizabeth was Lucy’s granddaughter by her son Nicholas Meinill.] (S) CPRs.

1346, Lucy died; buried at Guisborough with Robert de Everingham.

(S) Baronia Anglica Concentrata, P276. (S) 13th Century England, V9, Prestwich, 2003, P153. (S) Some Hist. Mansions of Yorkshire, V2, Wheater, 1889, P173.

Family notes:

·         10/6/1359, Inspeximus … letters … ordaining of Thomas de Thweng, rector and patron of the church of Lythom, … for the good estate of the said Thomas … Robert de Thweng, Maud, his wife, Marmaduke Thweng, Lucy, his wife, Marmaduke de Thweng, Isabel, his wife, Marmaduke, William, Robert, John and Nicholas, brother of the said Thomas, … (S) CPRs.

Child of William and Lucy:

i. Christian le Latimer (5910147), born 1294 in England.

Child of Nicholas and Lucy:

i. Nicholas de Meynell (15210058), born ~1305 in England.


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