~1235, Fulk Bainard born in England.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
7/7/1281 at London, Robert Burnel, bishop of Bath and Wells … Witnesses: Sir Ralph de Hengham, Sir John de Cobham, …, Sir Robert de Insula, Sir Serlo de Frivile, …, Fulk Baynard, Henry son of Auger, … (S) CCRs.
1/20/1287, Commission to enforce the articles of the statutes made at Winchester for the preservation of the peace … Fulk Baynard, … in Norfolk. (S) CPRs.
9/14/1289, Commission to Richard de Boylaund, Fulk Baynard and Robert de Bosco to deliver Norwich gaol … (S) CPRs.
5/25/1290, Commission to William Pakeham and Fulk Baniard to enquire touching the persons … at the said places in the county of Norfolk. (S) CPRs.
12/10/1295, Commission to Fulk Baynard and Richard de Belhus to deliver Est Derham gaol of all prisoners except those indicted for trespasses agains the men from Hoyland … (S) CPRs.
1/23/1296, Commission to Fulk Baynard and Richard de Belhus to deliver Eye gaol [and Ipswich and Merton gaols on 3/18, and Norwich gaol on 6/16, and St. Edmund’s gaol on 9/18, and Eye gaol again on 11/9] of all prisoners except those indicted for trespasses agains the men from Hoyland … (S) CPRs. [These releases continue in 1298, adding Great Yarmouth gaol.]
4/26/1298, Fulk and Richard de Belhus testified that John Bogeys killed John Sengle of Colecestre in self defense. (S) CPRs.
6/16/1298, Commission to Fulk Baynard and Richard de Belhus to deliver Norwich gaol of all prisoners except those indicted for trespasses agains the men from Hoyland … (S) CPRs. [Last of the series of gaol deliveries.]
5/17/1299, Commission to William de Deen and Fulk Baynard, on complaint by Alice de Bello Monte, … co. Norfolk. (S) CPRs.
5/1300, Letters patent of Fulk Banyard, knight, undertaking to preserve the prior and convent of Lewes from any damage that might arise to them on account of their having presented Walter de Berdewelle his chaplain to the church of Mertone, Norwich diocese. (S) Ancient Deeds, Norfolk, V2, 1894, A.3089.
1302, Fulk Banyard held in Norfolk of Robert son of Walter: Merton – 1 fee, Kerdeston – ½ fee, Riston - 1 fee, Wyleby - ¼ fee, Bonewell - ¾ fee.
1302, Robert Banyard held 1 fee in Chategrave … He also held jointly with his mother, Johanna, 2 fees in Quetakir.
1303, Fulk Banyard held in Norfolk: Skeketon, Crosthweyt, Berton, Tybenham.
1304, Isolde Rust brought a case against Fulk Banyard, son of Robert Banyard. (S) CP 40/149, m. 206.
1305, Fulk died.
6/10/1305, Writ for IPM of Fulk Baynard. Norfolk: Hadeston. The manor. Merton. The manor … by service of 8 1/2 knights’ fees, and 28s. at the end of every 24 weeks for the guard of Baynard’s Castle … Robert his son, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. (S) CIsPM.
· There are many possibilities for the parents of Fulk. E.g., see (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, Blomefield, 1809, P124. There are records of Fulk Baynard, Geoffrey Baynard, William Baynard, Simon Baynard and Eustace Baynard contemporary with these Roberts.
Child of Fulk and Johanna:
i. Robert Banyard (5908658), born 1265 in England.