Tuesday, November 15, 2011

G24: 11819506


11819506. Lord Henry de Tyeys & 11819507. Hawise ?

~1264, Henry born in England, s/o 23639012. Henry le Tyeys & 23639013. Joan Foliot.

1282, Henry’s father died. Henry heir to the manors of Alverton and Tywarnhayle in Cornwall, and Shirburn, Oxfordshire.

1284, Henry underage. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, Farrer, 1923, P236.

1285, Henry the grandson and heir of Samson Foliot, which included 7 manors in Berks, Wilts, Oxon, and York. (S) A History of the County of Oxford, V6, 1959.

7/1287, Henry le Tyes acknowledges that he owes to John Marmion of Chakinden 10£. (S) CCRs.

3/6/1297, Protections … [multiple] by testimony of Henry le Tieys. (S) CPRs.

8/22/1297, Sir Henry de Tyeys appeared with other barons appeared at the exchequer about a grievance associated with “the eighth and taking of wool.” (S) English Historical Documents, Douglas, 1996, P482.

7/22/1298, Henry at the battle of Falkirk and the defeat of William Wallace.

1299-1308, Henry summoned to parliament.

1300, Henry le Tieis at the siege of Carlaverock castle. (S) A Tour in Scotland, 1772, Pennant, P411. [“Henry le Tyes had a banner whiter than a smooth lily, with a red chevron in the middle.” (S) The Siege of Carlaverock.]

9/5/1300, Tuesday market and annual fair grant by K Edw I to Henry le Tyeys; to be held at the manor of Mousehole, Cornwall. (S) Gazeteer.

2/12/1301, Henry, lord of Chilton, joined in the Baron’s Letter to the Pope. (S) Roll of Arms, Wright, 1864, P19.

1302, Henry held a fair in the vill of Mousehole.

2/3/1303, Robert de Leuekenore and Sir Henry le Tyeis, knight. … Robert has quitclaimed to Henry the annual rent of 4s. 10d. which Henry ought to render for a cottage which was of Cecilia Galian and for a plot called Estpond with the cottage which was of William Apslan in the vill of Shirebourn. (S) UKNA.

1306, John de Grimstede, … Witn. Dom. Henry Tyeis, …, John de Popham, … (S) UKNA.

1307, “Henry Tyeis alias Thyeys, Tyheys: Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Cornwall, Wiltshire” died. (S) UKNA, IPM.

Son Henry assigned his mother Hawise the manor of Draycot, Wilts, inherited in 1285 from Simon Foliot. Hawise then released Draycot back to Henry for a yearly fee.

1322, Hawise alive when her son Henry died.

Bef. 1334, Hawise died, her daughter Alice her heir of the manor of Draycot.

(S) A History of the County of Wiltshire, V9, 1970.

Family notes:

·         Inventory of goods of Henry Tyeis at Scurbourn, and deliveries made; including a hood, a coverlet furred with miniver, four linen cloths, a robe de peres with 2 overtunics and a hood, price 53s. 4d., boots, shoes … delivered to Hugh de Harfeld, chamberer of the said Henry, as a legacy; a robe price 3s. delivered to John de Stanton, of Oxon.; a cloak with hood and a set of body mail price 6s. 8d. delivered to Reginald his esquire; and delivered to Henry [Tyeis] his heir a horse price 3 marks.

Children of Henry and ?:

i. Alice Tyeys (5909753), born ~1285 in England.

Ii. Henry Tyeys, born ? in England.

1313-21, Henry summoned to parliament.

1322, Henry, 2nd Baron Teyes, captured at the battle of Boroughbridge, beheaded as an adherent of the Earl of Lancaster. (S) The Chronicle of Lanercost, Maxwell, 1913, P236.

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