~1250, Peter de Seyville born in England, s/o §§Sir John Savile.
~1255, Maud born in England.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]
By 1278, Peter’s father died.
1277-78, Peter de Seyville complained of Master Robert de Kirkesmetheton [Kirk Smeaton] and Alan de Kirkesmetheton, for disseisin of his tenement in Scelbrock. (S) Assize Roll 1238, m. 6.
1279, Peter demised 4 bovates of land in Smeaton of the Earl of Lincoln to his uncle William de Seyville. (S) CIsPM, 5/18/1286.
1280, Peter, of sound mind, demised Aldenham to John de Warnwell for 4 marks yearly. (S) CIsPM, 5/18/1286.
1282, Peter gave a mill at Golcar to his sister Agnes de Seyville. (S) CIsPM, 5/18/1286.
1282, Peter became incapable of managing his affairs due to insanity.
5/18/1286, The Escheator held an inquiry as to the mental condition of Peter de Seyville: held the manor Golcar, as to 3-4ths of the heir of Richard le Botiler of Sandal, and as to one-4th of Sir John de Heton, by the service of 3d. yearly; 3½ bovates of land in Skelbrooke of Sir Ranulf de Blamustre, by the service of 10s. a year; and rent of 42s. in Thurlston and land worth 60s. in Aldham held of the heir of John de Hoderdode and the heir of Roger de Wombwell. Peter’s sister Pleasance is named as wife of John de Dychton. Peter’s wife and children were to be supported out of the issues of the lands. (S) CIsPM. [John de Dychton was not considered knowledgeable enough to handle Peter’s affairs.]
1286, Maud died before Peter.
10/23/1286, Order to the escheator beyond Trent, … Peter de Seyvill is a manifest madman (freneticus) and idiot and insufficient to the rule of his lands, to deliver to John de Eton, a near kinsman of Peter, the wardship of the body, lands and chattels of Peter, to hold during pleasure ; after taking security from John that he will find proper sustenance for Peter from the issues of the lands. (S) CFRs.
Aft. 1286, Hugh son of Richard le Butler of Sandal gave to John de Heton, knt., the homage and service of Peter de Sayvilla and his heirs, viz., of 3 parts [i.e., 4ths] of the ville of Goulacres [Golcar], with wardships, reliefs, etc., which in any way could belong to the grantor and his heirs.
By 1302, Peter apparently recovered.
1302, Peter de Seyville discontinued his assize of novel disseisin against Roger son of Thomas de la Wodehalle concerning a tenement in Wyrkeburg.
1302-03, Agnes widow of Nicholas le Cordwaner of York sued Peter de Sayvill, John son of Walter de Sayvill, and others, for debt.
By 1308, Peter died.
5/31/1308, Elcok de Lynthayt, charged with seizing the cattle of Maude widow of Peter de Seyville and driving them from the Earl of Warenne's fee to the Earl of Lincoln's fee, admits it, and is amerced 3s. 4d.
· 1/4/1236, John de Syvill’ gives the king 20s. for having 4 justices to take the assize of novel disseisin that he arraigned against Richard Butler, Baldwin Teutonicus and others, concerning a tenement in Silkstone. (S) FRsHIII.
· 1251-2, Assize Rolls. Sir John de Seyvill summoned concerning a messuage in Pontefract.
· Sir John Savile s/o §§Sir John de Saville & Agnes, s/o §§Sir Henry de Saville.
Child of Peter and Maud:
i. John de Savile (5908480), born ~1275 England.