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Sunday, October 30, 2011
19989964. Eustace de Greinvil &
19989965. Joan Arsic
11/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England.
~1190, Joan born in England, d/o 39979930. Robert Arsic & 39979931.
Sybilla de Crevequer.
1206, Eustace de Greinville held a third of a knight’s fee of
Peter de Roches, bishop of Winchester.
Bef. 1210, Grant from Aumaric, earl of Gloucester, son of
Aumaric, count of Evreux, to Eustace de Greinville, of 100s of land in his
manor of Mapeldurham … by the service of the third of one knight’s fee.
1215, Eustace the constable of the Tower of London.
King John died.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1217, Eustace de Greinville, the king’s steward and guardian of
the land and heir of William Bastard. (S) History of the County of York North
Riding, V1, 1914. [Eustace styled ‘senescallus noster’.]
1218-19, Eustace de Graynvil in the plea rolls and assizes for
Yorkshire. (S) Rolls of the Justices in Eyre, Stenton, 1937.
1219, County of York, boys and girls who to be in custody of
the lord of the king: Frethensantha, who had been the wife of Geoffrey Luterel,
and daughter of William Paynell, … Henry de Newmarch has her … The daughter of
Isabella, sister of the aforesaid Frethesanta, is of the donation of the lord
the king. Eustace de Greinville has her. Her land is worth 7£.
1219-20, The king to the sheriff of Yorkshire: Know ye that we
have committed to our beloved and faithful Eustace de Greinville, to support
himself in our service, … the manor of Barton … which the lord King John had
granted to Geoffrey Luterell …
1220 Eustace de Greinville claimed presentation at Barton by
royal grant as escheat from Fulk Paynel, who, he maintained, had presented the
last parson. (S) History of the County of York North Riding, V1, 1914.
1223-24, Eustace de Greinvill obtained half the town of
Hallaton by fine from Robert Arsic and Sybill his wife. (S) Victoria History of
the County of Leciester, V5, 1964. 2/29/1224, Pledges for Osbert Gifford. William Brewer for 20 m.
… Robert Mauduit for 20 m. … Eustace de Greinville for 10 m. Robert de Vaux for
20 m. (S) FRsHIII.
8/30/1224, Pledges for Walter de Goderville. Osbert Gifford for
30 m. … Eustace de Greinville for 10 m. John de Beauchamp for 10 m. … Ralph de
Tany for 30 m. Geoffrey d’Avranches for 10 m. (S) FRsHIII.
9/2/1224, Pledges for Henry de Trubleville. W. de Mandeville,
earl of Essex, for 40 m. Robert de Turville for 10 m. Hugh of Windsor for 10 m.
John de Beauchamp for 20 m. … Geoffrey de Lucy for 20 m. Eustace de Greinville
for 10 m. Richard de Redvers for 20 m. Henry son of Reginald for 10 m. Hugh de
St. Philibert for 10 m. John son of Richard for 10 m. (S) FRsHIII.
1226, Confirmation by P. bishop of Winchester to Eustace de
Greinville of all the lands and tenetments which Amauric earl of Gloucester …
9/23/1226, Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take into the
king’s hand … the land that Eustace de Greinville held in Barton by bail of the
king, … committed to Phillip Marc to sustain him … saving to Eustace his corn
that he had sown in the same land and his other chattels that he has in the
same land. (S) FRsHIII.
1228, Eustace named in the muster of the king to go into
Montgomery in Wales.
Aft. 6/6/1229, Joan’s father died.
1/18/1230, Oxfordshire. Order to cause all chattels formerly of
Robert Arsic in his bailiwick, … to demise them for the same value … to the
king’s beloved and faithful Eustace de Greinville. (S) FRsHIII.
1/31/1230, The king has taken the homages of Eustace de
Greinville and Thomas de la Haye, who took to wife Joan and Alexandria,
daughters and heiresses of Robert Arsic, for the lands formerly of the same
Robert which he held of the king in chief and which fall to the same by
10/28/1231, Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in
respite the demand they make from Eustace de Greinville for the scutage of
Poitou after the first crossing of the king. (S) FRsHIII.
11/30/1233, Eustace de Greinville has made fine with the king
by 100 m., for himself and Joan, his wife, and for Thomas de la Haye and
Alexandria, his wife, for having the year and day which pertains to the king
and the seisin of the manor of Tunstall with appurtenances, which Hubert de
Burgh had of the gift of Robert Arsic, father of Joan and Alexandria, whose
heirs they are. … Pledges for Eustace.: Ralph de la Haye for 100s.William
Mauduit for 5 m. John de Beauchamp for 5 m. John de Plessetis for 5 m. … William
de Cantilupe junior for 5 m. … (S) FRsHIII.
10/19/1234, Order that, of the 100 m. by which Eustace de
Greinville made fine with the king for himself and Joan, his wife, and Thomas
de la Haye and Alexandria, his wife, for having the year and day that pertain
to the king, and for having seisin of the manor of Tunstall [Ireland], which
Hubert de Burgh had of the gift of Robert Arsic, father of the aforesaid Joan
and Alexandria, they are to cause both Eustace, Joan, Thomas and Alexandria and
their pledges to be quit, because they did not have that for which they made
fine. (S) FRsHIII.
2/16/1237 at Kingstone, Grant from P. bishop of Winchester,
confirming to the prior and canons of Seleburne all the land of Sithe, with the
mill, which they have by the gift of Eustace de Greinville in the manor of
The jury say that Joan Arsic, daughter of Robert Arsic, holds
£7 ½ worth of land in Somerton of the king in chief, and she is in the king’s gift.
Alexandra her sister holds £7 ½ worth of land in the same vill, likewise of the
king in chief, and she is in the king's gift and has married Thomas de Haya. (S)
Joan remarried to Stephen Simeon [her attorney.]
12/27/1241, Grant to W. archbishop of York … of the land of
Coges, which the said archbishop bought from Joan Arsic, … (S) CChRs. [The plea
involved Thomas de la Haye and Alexandria, Joan’s sister.]
1242, Joan’s husband presented to Wilcote church. (S) A History
of the County of Oxford, V12, 1990.
1242-3, Barton Ede held of Joan Arsic. (S) A History of the
County of Oxford, V11, 1983.
1245, Walter de Grey, son of Robert de Grey of Rotherfield and
nephew of Walter de Grey, Archbishop of York, purchased from Joan Arsic and her
2nd husband Stephen Simeon their right to half of Fringford. (S)
History of the County of Oxford, Salzman, 1996, P127.
(S) Dormant and Extinct Baronage, Banks, 1807, P5. (S) Calendar
of Charters and Documents relating to Slelborne, Pt2, 1894, P63-5. (S)
MemoirsIllustrative, Vs1-2, 1847, P123-5.
(S) Pipe Roll of the Bishopric of Winchester, P36. (S) The Peerage of Ireland,
V3, 1789, P300.
·1186, Sir Eustace de Greneville gave 100 marks
to have the lands that had belonged to his uncle Gerard de Greinvil.
·Eustace witnessed the gift to the abbey of
Nutley made by William Marshall.
·1195, Sir Eustace attended King Richard in his
invasion of Normandy and was excused from paying scutage.
Child of Eustace and Joan:
i. Gilbert de Greinville (9994982), born ~1210 in England.