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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Lord Warin de Munchensi & Dame Joan Marshall

23640206. Lord Warin de Munchensi & 23640207. Dame Joan Marshall

~1192, Warin de Monte Canisio born in England, s/o 47280412. William de Munchensi & 19909644. Aveline de Clare.

5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.

1204, Warin’s father died, his brother William succeeding.

Bef. 5/29/1205, Warin’s mother Aveline married Geoffrey FitzPiers, Earl of Essex.

~1208, Joan born in England, 5th d/o 94559174. William Marshall & 94559175. Isabel de Clare.

By 1212, Warin’s brother William died; Warin his heir, put in wardship of the earl of Arundel. 12/23/1213, Guarinus [Warin] de Munchainesy gave King John 2000 marks to gain his inheritance.

1214, Warin had livery of the family lands.

1215, King John forfeited Warin’s lands when he sided with the opposing barons.

6/19/1215 at Runnymede near Windsor, King John forced to agree to the terms of the Magna Carta.

5/12/1216, Prince Louis [future VIII] of France, after a successful landing, crowned King of England in London. In June, Louis captured Winchester and controlled half of England.

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

5/20/1217, English forces, with the aid of previous rebel barons, defeated the French forces at Lincoln, killing the Count of Perche in the battle.

9/12/1217, For 10,000 marks and land exchanges, Louis forfeited his claim to the English crown by the treaty at Kingston-on-Thames. A principal provision of the treaty was amnesty for English rebels.

1217, Warin’s lands restored.

1219, Richard, prior of Teford, v, Warin de Monte Canisio, of advowson of Hocham. (S) Feet of Fines, Norfolk.

[––Warin & Joan––]

~1219, Warin married to Joan.

By 1222, The earls of Pembroke and Salisbury had granted to Reginald de Blancmuster, Eudo fitz Warin, and Warin de Muchensy the royal demesne manor of Shrivenham. (S) The Minority of Henry III, Carpenter, 1990, P287.

1223, Warin served in Wales with his brother-in-law William Marshall.

1224, Warin’s mother died.

1224, Prior de Suwere vs. Warinum de Monte Canisio … ecclesiam de Suanescamp … advocacionem  which comitissa Cecilia avia sua [Cecilia, countess of Hereford, Warin´s great-aunt] granted to Jacobum le Sauuage. (S) FMG.

1227, Thomas de Holcham released to Sir Warin de Montchensi, who had a charter of free warren, common pasture … having his own right of common.

4/1230, Waring served overseas with King Henry III.

4/20/1230, Rex … in protectionem et defensionem nostram homines, terras, … partes transmarinas profectus … Warinus de Monte Canasio. (S) CPRs.

4/30/1230, from Portsmouth, King Henry invaded Brittany in hopes of recovering Normandy. They established their camp at Nantes, and captured a small castle. [Returning in October.]

11/8/1233, The fine of Hugh d’Aubigny for having his lands. Pledges of the said Hugh … Warin de Munchesney for 100m.  … Bertram de Criel for 20m.  … Hugh Wake for 50m. … John de Vieuxpont for 50m.  John de Vaux for 20m.  Payn de Chaworth for 40m. … William de Percy for 200m. … (S) FRsHIII.

Bef. 1234, Joan died. (S) The Letters of Adam Marsh, V1, 2006, P60.


1235, William de Banham held 2 fees in Ecois manor, Banham, of Warin de Munchensi, which he held of Roger Bygod.

4/1239, Will. De la Merse quer. and Jo. de Sancto Claro; that J. acquit W. against Warin de Monte Caniso of the service which Warin demands … in respect of the free holdin in Merse. (S) Feet of Fines, Buckingham, 1940.

4/7/1242, Protection for the following so long as they are on the king’s service beyond seas … Warin de Munchanese … (S) CPRs.

5/20/1242, King Henry III arrived at Royen, France with a small contingent; but with 30 tons of gold. They were soon joined by French nobles against the forces of the Count of Poitou and King Louis IX.

7/22/1242 at Saintes, the 2 armies met with the superior sized French force winning.

Bef. 10/21/1242, Warin married 2nd Dionysia, d/o Nicolas de Anesty. “Warin de Montechanes and Denise his wife.” (S) FMG. [Walter of Bibbesworth wrote ‘Le Tretiz’, addressed to Dionisie de Munchensi to help her teach her children French. (S) The Familiar Enemy, Butterfield, 2009, P345.]

1244, Alexander II of Scotland invaded north England.

5/1244, Warin summoned to serve against the Scots.

6/1245, Warin summoned to serve against the Welsh.

10/21/1245, Warin de Munchensey and Denise his wife granted a fair at Ridgewell, Essex. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.

8/13/1247, Warin’s daughter Joan married King Henry’s half brother, William de Valence. King Henry confirmed to Warin the charter of Henry II to Ralph de Monte Canisio, which quitted the men of Ralph and his heirs of suit of county and hundred courts. [Warin withdrew his men from the courts in Kent, Essex, and Norfolk.]

By 6/1249, In a letter to Robert Gorsseteste, Adam Marsh stated that Warin had been falsely accused of mistreating his wife. (S) The Letters of Adam Marsh, V1, 2006, P60.

1249, Warin de Munchensy and John de Plessy held the part of Banham called Banham Haugh.

1250, Warin had livery of the lands of his uncle Ralph.

8/1252, Warin served in Gascony, France.

4/8/1253, Warin de Munchanesy granted a market and fair at Painswick, Gloucestershire. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.

12/26/1254, Warin at Dover to meet Henry III arriving from Boulogne.

1255, The earls of Gloucester, Cornwall, and Leicester, Warin de Monte Canisio, William de Valence, and Peter of Savoy with others accused of preventing sheriffs from entering their lands and liberties to make attachements and distraints.

7/20/1255, Warin de Montchensi died, leaving a fortune of 200,000 marks. (S) Report on Manuscripts, Royal Commission, 1907, P314. (S) Yorkshire Archeological Journal, V4, 1877, P411.

(S) Lay Subsidy Roll, A.D. 1603, for the Co. of Worcester, Amphlett, 1901, P-XII. (S) The Reign of Henry III, Carpenter, 1996. (S) Ess. Tow’s … Norfolk, Blomefield, 1775. (S) Domesday Studies, 1881, Eyton, P85.

Children of Warin and Joan:

i. John de Munchensi, born ~1228 in England.

John died before his father.

ii. William de Munchesi, born ~1230 in England.

1255, William inherited the family estates, but as a minor was put as a ward of his brother-in-law William de Valence, married to his sister Joan.

William married Amy ?, widow of Sir John de Hull.

~1282, Amy died; buried in Grefriars church, London. (S) Register of Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Winchester, P360.

1288, William killed at the seige of Dyryslwyan castle, Wales.

ii. Joan de Munchensy (11820103), born ~1232 in England.