Monday, December 5, 2011

G25: 23641012 Fauconberg-Montfichet

23641012. Sir Peter de Fauconberg & 23641013. Margaret  de Montfichet

Peter born in England, s/o §Sir Philip Fauconberg & Cecily Scotney, d/o William Scotney.

Margaret born in England, d/o §Richard de Montfichet & Milicent ?.

1203-04, Maud’s father died.

Margaret 1st married Hugh de Bolbec. (S) Transactions, V1, 1901, P210.

1228, Ricardus de Percy … Adam de Novo Mercato … constituti sunt justiciarii … capiendam utrum Petrus de Caucunbert et antecessores … (S) CPRs.

1228, One of the vassals of Peter de Fauconberg brought suit seeking confirmation of his right to hunt hares in the warrens of Holderness. (S) Proceedings, American Philosophical Society, 1971, P245.

~1230, Margery widow of Gilbert de Foston … in Waxam … given to her by her mother Amy on her marriage with Gilbert …. Witn. Sir Peter de Falkenberg, Sir Andrew his brother, …, William de Redburn then seneschal of Holderness. (S) UKNA.

1231, Sir Peter de Fauconberg held 8 carucates at Withernwick of the Count of Aumale.

1235-49, Alan formerly nativus of Sir Peter de Falconberg gave the convent 22 acres of plough land. (S) Chronica Monasterii de Melsa, V3, 1868, P-LIII.

Peter married Margaret [her 2nd].

Bef. 1241, William de Forz, count of Aumale, gave 1 carucate and 3 bovates in Elstronwick, and the tenants of the land, to (Sir) Peter de Fauconberg on his marriage with the countess’ sister Margaret [de Montfichet].

1258, Margaret a co-heiress with her two sisters to her brother Richard de Montifichet.

Margaret died.

1271, Peter, 7th Baron Langbaugh, died leaving a will: To the daughter, Agnes and her husband Walter de Fauconberg:- The castle of Skelton with the Park around the castle. The profits of the boats at Coatham and Redcar. Rights and royalties appertaining to the village of Skelton. The manor of Marske, Redcar, Upleatham, Stanghow and Gerrick. The forest of Skelton with Haia and great park. Aysdale and the Chase of Westwith. Areas of forest towards Danby and Commondale and hunting rights. A quarter part of the 'wreck of the sea' between Yarm and Runswick. … (S) History and Topography of the city of York, Whellan, 1859, P813.

(S) The History and Antiquities of the Seigniory of Holderness, 1840, P404.

Family notes:

·         1243, Another “Peter de Fauconberg” is archdeacon of Essex. (S) FRsHIII.

·         2/18/1254 at Bazas, France, Exemption for life of Philip de Fauconberg from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions. (S) CPRs.

·         Philip Fauconberg s/o Peter de Falkenberge & Beatrix, Peter s/o Walter de Falconberg & Agnes de Arches, sister & coheir of Anselm de Stuteville.

·         9/11/1266, Pardon … to Peter de Faucumberg of St. Omer for the death of Robert Totold of Len. (S) CPRs.

Child of Peter and Margaret :

i. Walter de Fauconberg (11820506), born ~1230 in England.