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Wednesday, November 23, 2011
G25: 23640206 Munchensi-Marshall
23640206. Warin de Munchensi & 23640207. Joan Marshall
~1192, Warin de Monte Canisio born in England, s/o 47280412. William de
Munchensi & 47280413. Aveline de Clare.
5/27/1199, John crowned king
Warin’s father died, his
brother William succeeding.
5/7/1204, King John
confirmed custodiam terre et heredum Willelmi de Mutkanes to Willelmo com
Arundell, as well as maritagium Aveline que fuit uxor ipsius Willelmi.(S) FMG.
[William, earl of Arundel, the 2nd husband of Warin’s paternal
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.
12/23/1213, Guarinus 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
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1217, Warin’s lands restored.
1219, Richard, prior of Teford, v, Warin de Monte Canisio, of advowson
of Hocham. (S) Feet of Fines, Norfolk.
~1219, Warin married Joan.
By 1222, The earls of Pembroke and Salisbury had branted 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
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
10/1229–4/1230, 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.
11/8/1233, The fine of Hugh d’Aubigny for having his lands.
Pledges of the said Hugh … Warin de Munchesney for 100 m. … Bertram de Criel
for 20 m. … Hugh Wake for 50 m. … John de Vieuxpont for 50 m. John de Vaux for
20 m. Payn de Chaworth for 40 m. … William de Percy for 200 m. … (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.
7/1242, Warin a member of the army of King Henry III in France
at war with King Louis IX. The 2 armies met at the battles of Taillebourgh
[6/19] and Saintes [7/22], with the superior sized French force winning. Warin distinguished
himself at the battle of Saintes.
Bef. 10/21/1242, Warin married 2nd Dionysia, d/o
Nicolas de Anesty [she died in 1294.] “Warin de Montechanes and Denise his wife.”
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) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
8/13/1247, Warin’s daughter 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) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
12/26/1254, Warin at Dover to meet Henry III arriving from
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.
2/26/1257, Grant to Denise late the wife of Warin de Monte
Canisio, … that she may marry whomsoever she will … (S) CPRs.
(S) Lay Subsidy Roll, A.D. 1603, for the County of Worcester, Amphlett,
1901, P-XII. (S) The Reign of Henry III, Carpenter, 1996. (S) Essay Towards …
Norfolk, Blomefield, 1775.
Children of Warin and Joan:
i. John de Munchensi, born ~1230 in England.
John died before his father.
ii. Joan de Munchensy (11820103), born ~1235 in England.
iii. William de Munchesi, born ~1240 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
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.