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1/14/1248, Petronilla, who was the wife of Oliver de Vallibus, plaintiff, and Roger de Huntingfeld, deforcianr, … custody of William, son and heir of Thomas de Pyncebeke, … Thomas held his land of her by knight service. Petronilla quitcalimed all right to Roger and his heirs for 20£. (S) Lincolnshire Notes and Queries, V7, 1904, P135.
(S) The Bigod Earls of Norfolk in the Thirteenth Century, Morris, 2005, P62. (S) History of the Welles Family in England and Normandy, Welles, 1876, P22. (S) The History and Antiquities of Boston, Thompson, 1856, P505.
· Isabella Basset likely d/o 94555976. Thomas Basset & 94555977. Cicely de Dunstanville.
· 1190, Wydo de Croun accompanied King Richard I on crusade.
· « Dns Wydo de croun, qui venit cum Willmo Conqueftore in Angliam, genuit filiun nomine Alanum. Alanus de Croun, fundator prioratus de Freston tempore regis Henriei primi, genuit filium nomine Mauritium. Mauritius de Croun, genuit filiun nomine Widonem, tempore Stephi regis. Wydo de Croun fecundus, tempore Rici regis, genuit filiam noie Petronillam, que nupfit domino Willielmo de Longchampe, cognato Willielmi Longchampe episcopi Eliensis. Petronilla de Croun, uxor Willi Longchampe … Petronilla nupfit cuidam de la Mare … Petronilla tertio nupfit Olivero de Vallibus … » (S) The History and Antiquities of Croyland-abbey, 1856, P39.
i. William de Vallibus, born ? in England. [Heir]
William married Eleanor, d/o William de Ferrers & Sybilla Marshall.
5/26/1250, A charter records the restoration of property, granted to Margaret Countess of Lincoln, to William de Vescy and Agnes [de Ferrers] his wife, Reginald de Moun and Isabel [de Ferrers] his wife, William de Fortibus and Matilda his wife, …, William de Vallibus and Alienor [de Ferrers] his wife, …. (S) Calendar of Documents of Ireland, V1, 1875.
1252 William died; his brother John his heir.
1253, Memorandam that Roger de Quincy earl of Winchester came before the king at Windsor on Friday next after Hilary and there put himself (‘misit se’) on the king’s mercy for 300 m. for a trespass that he made in taking to wife Eleanor [de Ferrers] who was the wife of William de Vallibus who was in the king’s gift without the king’s licence. (S) Fine Rolls of Hnery III.
ii. John de Vaux (4997498), born ~1215 in England.