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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Lord Henry le Tyeys & Joan Foliot

23639012. Lord Henry le Tyeys & 23639013. Joan Foliot

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.

~1230, Henry born in England, s/o 47278024. Henry le Tyeis & 47278025. Isabel ?.

1237, Henry’s father died.

~1240, Joan born in England, heiress and d/o 47278026. Sampson Foliot.

3/8/1250,… for certain trespasses … from Henry le Tyeys for the same ½ mark. (S) CPRs.

1255, Henry ordered to the Tower to work on crossbows for the king.

4/18/1256, To Henry le Tyeys, engineer to the King, of the war slings, who receives 4.5d per day … for 166 days. (S) Issues of the Exchequer, 1837, P34.

9/1256, Liberate to Henry le Tyeys, fitter of the king’s crossbows at the Tower of London, his liveries of 4.5d from the Purification in the 39th year, when he first came to the Tower by order of the king. (S) Cal. of the Liberate Rolls, 1959, P251.

1257, Liberate without delay to Henry le Tyeys 20s. to buy the great needed … (S) Cal. of the Liberate Rolls, 1959, P352.

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~1258, Henry married to Joan. (S) A Hist. of the Co. of Oxford, V6, 1959.

11/11/1260, Lease from Kirklees Priory to Sir John de Heton, … Witnesses, Sirs John de Hoderod, … Thomas de Hopton, Henry le Tyeys, … (S) UKNA.

4/1263, Henry le Tyeys who receives 4½d. per day, 67s. 10½d. (S) CLRs, V5.

7/21/1267, Roger de Hinkele of Warwick pardoned for offenses during the disturbance in the realm by mainprise of Henry le Tyeys of the county of Northampton. (S) CPRs.

6/13/1271, Henry le Tyes in Alwerton’ gives half a mark for having a writ ad terminum. (S) FRsHIII.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

1273, Walerand Teutonicus with Henry le Teyes in the Hundred Rolls of Sommerset.

1275, Commission of gaol delivery address to Robert Malet … Henry le Tyeis, and Peter de la Mare. (S) 44th Annual Report, 1883, P279.

7/10/1275, Henry le Tyeys acknowledges that he owes to John de Ubbeston, usher of the king’s chamber, 18 marks. (S) CCRs.

10/7/1277, Indenture of covenant between Thomas Danvers, Sheriff of Oxford, and Dom. Henry le Tyeys, Custos of the King’s Town of Oxford, concerning the latter’s pledges for the custody of the said town. (S) Descr. Catalogue of the Charters and Muniments in the Possession of Lord Fitzharding at Berkeley Castle.

1278-81, Witnesses:- Sir Geoffrey Russel, steward of the honour of Walingeford, Sir Alan son of Roward, sheriff of Oxfordshire, Sir Henry le Tyeys, knight, and others (named): [Oxford.] . Grant by Robert de la Hulle … (S) UKNA.

1279, The Le Tyeys family, whose chief seat was eventually ChiltonFoliot (Wilts.), held Shirburn. The Sir Henry le Tyeys (or Teutonicus) who held it was lord of Fritwell and Albury as well as of estates in several other counties. (S) A Hist. of the Co. of Oxford, V8, 1964.

1279-81, Grant by Robert de la Hulle, … Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey Russel, steward of the honour of Walingeford, Sir Alan son of Roward, sheriff of Oxfordshire, Sir Henry leTyeys, knight, and others . (S) Ancient Deeds, V1, 1890.

1280, Sir Henry le Tyeys remits and quit-claims to the prior and convent of St. Frideswide all his right in one tenement … and … land and 12 acres of wood in Huddene and Edeneton. (S) CChRs.

1280, Sir Henry le Tyes, lord of Alverton, founded a chantry to S. Mary with an endowment of £4. (S) A Short History of Penzance, Lach-Szyrma, 1878, P79. (S) Official Guide to Penzance, 1876.

4/1281-2, Robert, bishop of Bath and Wells, querent; an Henry le Tyeis and Joan his wife, deforciants;  for 18 messuages, 2 tofts, 2 gardens, 15 cellars, 12 shops, and 62s rent, and a moiety of 2 mills, in Birstoll, and in Stapleton co. Gloucester; … Eston in co. Somerset … for this the bishop granted to Henry and Joan the manor of Parva Rysindon in co. Gloucester for their lives, … (S) Somerset Record Society, V6, 1892, P388.

1281, Assize of novel disseisin arrainged by Henry le Tieys and Joan his wife against Alexander de Duno … (S) Ann. Rpt. Dep. Keeper, V49, 1888, P60.

11/6/1281, The prior of Llanthony Prima in Wales acknowledges that he owes to Henry le Tyeis £6. (S) CCRs.

1282, Henry died. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, Farrer, 1923, P236. [Son Henry a minor, custody of his lands was given to Peter de la Mare. (S) Sessional Papers, 1845, P92.]

11/22/1282, Order to the sheriff of Somerset, escheator in that county, to take into the king's hand the lands late of Henry le Tyeys, deceased, tenant in chief. (S) CFRs.

Family notes:

·         Charter-roll contains 62 charters of grant to Sampson Foliot or Henry le Tyeis, of lands in cos. Cornwall, Dorset, Wilts, … Temp. Hen. III–Edw. I. (S) Desccriptive Catalogue of the Charters,  Fitxhardinge, 1892, P271.

·         The Hundred of Penwed … King Henry … gave the same manor to Richard, earl of Cornwall, his brother, and the said earl Richard gave the said manor [1234-37] to Henry le Tyes, father of Henry le Tyes, who now holds the same manor [early reign of Edward I]. (S) A Report of the Trial at Bar, Rowe, 1830, P10.

Child of Henry and Joan:

i. Henry le Tyeys (11819506), born ~1260 in England.