Thursday, August 4, 2011

G24: 11820506 Fauconberg-Brus

11820506. Lord Walter de Fauconberg & 11820507. Agnes Brus

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~1230, Walter born in England, s/o 23641012. Sir Piers de Fauconberg & 23641013. Margaret  de Montfichet.

~1230, Agnes born in England, d/o 23641014. Peter de Brus & 23641015. Helwise de Lancaster.

8/21/1268, Acknowledgement by Walter de Faucunberg, knight, that he is bound to Robert de Brus, lord of Annandale, in 150£, … for the ransom of his lands … through the foreiture of the said Walter in the time of the disturbance … for further security … sureties … Sirs Marmaduke de Tweng, … (S) CPRs.

1270, Witn. Sir William le Cunestabil, Sir Walter de Faucumberge, Sir Simon le Cunestabil, …, Herbert de St. Quintin, …; (S) UKNA.

1271, Walter’s father died.

1271, Peter, 7th Baron Langbaugh, died leaving a will: To the daughter, Agnes and her husband Walter de Fauconberg:- The castle of Skelton with the Park around the castle. The profits of the boats at Coatham and Redcar. Rights and royalties appertaining to the village of Skelton. The manor of Marske, Redcar, Upleatham, Stanghow and Gerrick. The forest of Skelton with Haia and great park. Aysdale and the Chase of Westwith. Areas of forest towards Danby and Commondale and hunting rights. A quarter part of the 'wreck of the sea' between Yarm and Runswick. … (S) History and Topography of the city of York, Whellan, 1859, P813.

1272, Agnes coheir to her father Peter de Brus, Lord of Skelton. William became lord of Skelton and Sheriff of Langbaugh.

10/30/1272, Grant … of the heirs of Peter de Brus, … the portion contingent on Walter de Faukenberg and Agnes his wife, one of the heirs of the said Peter. (S) CPRs.

5/26/1273, To Marmaduke de Tweng and Lucy his wife. … Walter de Faukenberge and Agnes, his wife, … partition late made in the king’s court of the inheritance of Peter de Brus’ between the said Walter and Agnes, Marmaduke and Lucy, and the other heirs and parceners, there was assigned to Walter and Agnes the castle of Skelton, … Marmaduke and Lucy have withdrawn a certain forest, … of Jarum … Marmaduke and Lucy daily cause them to be withdrawn by Robert de Tweng, their son, … contrary to the form of the partition, … orders Marmaduke and Lucy to permit Walter and Agnes to hold in peace … (S) CCRs.

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

1275, Walter, lord of Skelton Castle, accused of abusing the right to sea wrecks.

1275, Marmaduke de Thweng and his wife Lucia came to an agreement with Walter de Faucumbert and his wife Agnes [eldest paternal aunt of Lucia] over the advowson of the priory of Guisbrough.

1279, Agnes died.

5/25/1280, For Walter de Fauconberg. The King to Archbishops, & c. greeting. Know ye that we have granted, and by this our charter confirmed to our beloved and faithful Walter de Facunberge, that he and his heirs for ever have free warren in all his demesne lands of Skelton, Stanghow and Mersk, Uplithum, Redker, Grenrig and Estbrune in the County of York.

1291, Walter settled a dispute between Skelton castle and the Guisborough Priory over encroachment of deer.

1293, Walter holding the market at Skelton of the inheritance of his wife. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.

9/27/1293, Witnesses: …, Sir Walter de Fauq'berg, Sir Walter his son, Sir John his son, Herbert de St. Quintin, … (S) UKNA

1295, Walter summoned to parliament as 1st baron Fauconberg.

11/2/1304, Walter of Tyse, 1st Lord Fauconberg died.

(S) The History and Antiquities of the Seigniory of Holderness, 1840, P404.

Child of Walter and Agnes:

i. Walter de Fauconberg, born 1261 in England.

1/1/1305, Pardon to Walter de Fauconberge son and heir of Walter de Fauconberge, tenant and chief, of his relief … by the death of his father. (S) CPRs.

11/21/1305, IPM of Walter’s father: Walter de Fauconbert is son and hier of the said Walter, and is 44 years of age.

ii. Joan de Fauconberge, born ? in England.

Joan married Sir John le Fleming, s/o Reiner.

iii. Amicia de Fauconberg (5910253), born ~1270 in England.