23640892. Sir John D’Eiville & 23640893. Maud ?
~1240, John born in England, s/o 47281784. Robert D’Eiville & 47281785. Dionis Fitz Thomas.
Aft. 6/1242, John’s father died.
1256, Earl Richard de Clare paid John de Eyville 400£ for the advowson of Aldingfleet, Yorks, with land in the village. (S) Tradition and Change, Greenway, 2002, P248.
1/16/1257, IPM of Richard de Gaterhalb. … Soheghawe, 60a. held of Sir John de Eyville for homage only. … (S) CIsPM.
By 1260, John of full age.
5/24/1260, Appointment of John de Eyvill to keep the forests beyond Trent for another two years … in continuation of his former appointment for three years from 41 Henry III. (S) CPRs.
8/1/1260, Grant to John de Eyvill, justice of the forest beyond Trent, of 60 marks a year by his own hand. (S) CPRs.
7/18/1263, Commitment, by the counsel of the magnates, to John de Eyvill, of the castle of York; Robert de Nevill to deliver it. (S) CPRs. [Also reappointed to the forest, but not as justice; and appointed keeper of the peace in York.]
10/17/1263, John de Eyvile [one of many] to come to the king at Wyndesor with the horses and arms … (S) CPRs.
12/16/1263, John de Eyvill to deliver the keeping to the castle of York back to Robert de Nevill. (S) CPRs.
Maud 1st married James de Audley.
3/1/1264, Mandate to the mayor and citizens of York to be counsel and aid to Robert de Nevill, … as the king has heard that John de Eyvill detains the said castle from him by force, … (S) CPRs.
6/27/1264, Mandate to John de Eyvill, keeper of the peace, and Robert de Nevill, to deliver the county of York to William de Boszeall. (S) CPRs. [Ordered by Simon de Montfort.]
8/20/1264, Licence for John de Eyvill and his heirs to enclose a place of his called la Hode co. York, with a t dyke and a wall of stone and lime and to crenellate it, and to hold it so fortified. (S) CPRs.
12/1/1264, Commitment … to John de Eyvill of the castle of Scardeburgh. (S) CPRs.
1265, John occupied the Isle of Axholme with Simon de Montfort, the younger, as rebel barons.
8/4/1265, The defeat of Simon de Montfort’s army at the battle of Evesham [Simon the rebel leader].
12/1265, Prince Edward captured many of the remaining revolting barons at the Isle of Axholme in the fens of northern Lincolnshire. They surrendered under the promise that their lives would be spared. [Some of the barons that surrendered at Axholme, including John, joined forces with another group at Ely.]
1266, John, one of the barons that seized the Isle of Ely, captured Lincoln, and plundered Norwich and Cambridge.
1/18/1266, Protection and safe conduct for John de Eyvill, Robert de Eyvill his brother, … knights … provided they behave faithfully to the king … instrument of the mise made at Bikerdik to which he submitted himself, … (S) CPRs.
5/1267, John, leading a group of barons against the rule of Henry III, were defeated by Prince Edward at the battle of the Isle of Ely, in the fens of the Ouse River in northern Cambridgeshire. [This battle ended the 2nd Barons War.]
7/1/1267, Admission into the king’s peace of John de Eyvill, … pardon to them of their trespasses … (S) CPRs. [Under the Dictum of Kenilworth.]
12/12/1267, John de Eyvill’ gives half a mark for an assize to be taken before Richard de Middleton. (S) FRsHIII. [John’s cousin, William de Percy, sued him over the advowson of Catton, Yorkshire.]
1267-68, William de Percy claimed the advowson of Catton agains John de Eyvile. (S) Register of Walter Giffard, 1904, P52.
1/14/1268, Whereas John de Eyvill has now ransomed from Queen Eleanor his lands, … (S) CPRs.
1268-69, Maud [de Clare] sued her son Gilbert and John de Eyville, holder of the advowson of Aldingfleet church, Yorkshire. (S) Portraits of Medieval Women, Mitchell, 2003, P38.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
Bef. 11/7/1273, James de Audley died.
Edward I crowned king of England.
Bef. 2/5/1275, John married Maud.
10/9/1275, Extent of the lands and tenements of John de Eyville in the County of York, before Alexander de Kirketon, sheriff of the county. (S) Yorkshire Inquisitions, 1910.
10/27/1278, John v. Clementia de Lungevillers [d/o John de Longvilers and Ellen de Daiville], John awarded the manor of Egmanton, Nottinghamshire [which he exchanged with Clementia for Barneburgh, co. York, for her life.] (S) UKNA.
10/24/1279, Mainpernors fo Robert de Balliolo : John de Eyvile of co. York, … (S) CCRs.
11/10/1280, Grant to the church of St. Oswald … of the gift of John de Eyvile, a bovate in Herlington. (S) CChRs.
6/9/1281, John granted free warren at Egmanton.
1282, John served with King Edward I [who he had lost to at the battle of Ely] in Wales as a knight banneret. (S) The English Aristocracy at War, Simpkin, 2008, P116.
2/5/1283-4, Commission from the archbishop to the official of York to try the case between Dyonisia de Lintone and Sir John de Eyville about at marriage, alleged to have been contracted between the said Dyonisia and Sir Adam de Eyville, deceased. (S) Record Series, V17, 1895, P331.
1284, William, prior of Newburgh, v. John de Eyville, to hold to a fine … woods at Kylleburn. (S) Record Series, V17, 1895, P146.
5/30/1290, John de Eyville acknowledges that he owes Richard Guidicionis, … merchants of Lucca, … 49£ 3s 8d. (S) CCRs.
Bef. 10/1291, John knt., of Aldingfleet, Yorkshire and Egmanton, Nottinghamshire died.
(S) Plantagenet Ancestry, P287. (S) The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, V2, 1790.
Child of John and Maud:
i. John D’Eiville (11820446), born ~1275 in England.