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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Lord Robert Marmion & Juliane de Vassy

19989772. Lord Robert Marmion & 19989773. Juliane de Vassy

~1170, Robert Marmiun, the elder, born in Fontenay, Normandy, France, s/o 39979544. Robert de Marmion & 39979545. Matilda de Beauchamp.

~1190, Julianna born in Normandy, France, d/o 39979546. Philip de Vassy.

9/18/1180, Philip Augustus succeeded as King of France.

4/6/1199, John succeeded King Richard I as King of England. [Richard made his brother John his heir, but previously had named Arthur of Brittany, who was next in line.]

7/16/1200, King John of England confirmed to Robert [junior, half brother (189120880)], son of Robert Marmyon, which Robert Marmyon (39979544) his father and Robert Marmyon (19989772) his brother, had made to him of the land of Wintringham. [The father was dividing his lands in England and France between his sons.]

10/19/1216, Henry III, age 9, succeeded John as King of England. Louis of France also claimed the throne.

By 1217, Robert married Julianne.

Bef. 5/11/1218, Robert’s father died.

5/15/1218, Robert Marmion junior has made fine with the king by £500 for having custody of Tamworth castle and of the lands formerly of Robert (39979544), his father, of which he was seised on the day he died, until the time when the lands of England and Normandy will be together, so that Englishmen will have their lands in Normandy and Normans their lands in England. If by chance before the lands are together in the aforesaid manner, his brother, Robert senior (19989772), shall come to the king’s peace, so that he recovers the lands formerly of their father in England, of which he was vested on the day he died, Robert senior is to render to Robert junior as much of the aforesaid fine as he will have paid to the king before he recovers the lands, …. (S) FRsHIII. [Under King John the barons of England had lost most of their lands in France.]

1220, Philippa (stepmother) brought a writ of assize against Robert senior for dower associated with Tamworth. (S) Staffordshire Hist. Coll’s, V4, 1883, Plea Rolls.

11/20/1220, Robert returned to England and obtained lands left to him by his father.

11/25/1220, Henry III King of England ordered that the lands of Roberti Marmiun (39979544) be granted to Robertum Marmiun filium suum primogenitum (19989772), except for agreements with Robertum Marmiun juniorem (189120880) fratrem suum. (S) FMG.

8/29/1222, Adam Blund of London gives the king 1 mark for having a precipe against Robert Marmion, concerning 22½m. (S) FRsHIII.

1224, Robert returned to Normandy.

1224, Robert Marmion le jeune, fils de Mathilde de Beauchamp donated property to Sainte-Marie-de-Barberie. (S) FMG.

1226, Robert and Juliana confirmed to the abbey of Aunay 2 gerbs of the tythe of Vassy, which Philip de Vassy, her father had formerly given.

1233, Robertus Marmion, filius Matillis de Bello Campo granted property to Radulfo Porto Aloe de Roquancourt for his loyal service. (S) FMG.

7/27/1233, Robert Marmiun, first born son of Robert Marmiun, conveying to P. bishop of Winchester, … all his land in England … with the custody and marrige of Philip Marmiun, his son and heir, to hold for 7 years, … S. de Sedgrave, justiciar of England, … Sir Amaury de Sancto Amando, … (S) CChRs.

1236, Robert and Juliana exempted the monks of the abbey of Aunay from customs and tolls in Bretteville-sur-Laize and Vassy.

1241, Robert, knight, lord of Fontenay gave a charter to the abbey of Barberie. (S) Matthew Paris.

Bef. 1243, Robert died in Normandy.

(S) DNB, P190. (S) Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae, V2, Stapleton, 1844.

Child of Robert and Juliane:

i. Philip de Marmion (9994886), born 1218 in England.