~1270, Roger de Seymour born in England, s/o 60841984. Roger de St. Mauro.
~1290, Joan born in Devon, England [heiress of her father.]
Bef. 1300, Roger de Sancto Mauro, Lord of Penhow and Woundy, succeeding his father.
12/29/1306, The tenants of Roger de Sancto Mauro at Landogyn and Penhow, those of Bevis de Cnovile (15212338) at Landogyn, …, those of the earl of Gloucester at Picotesfeld and Talgar … ought each to carry timber, if necessary, from the wood of Wentwode to the castle of Strogoil every Tuesday from Hokeday to the Gule of August with 2 oxen, if he shall have them, but if it is not necessary he shall not carry or pay anything. (S) CIsPM.
3/12/1307, Penho. 1 Welsh knight’s fee held by Roger de Seymor. (S) CIsPM.
1307, Gift by Bartholomew de Mora, knight, … witnesses, Sir Robert son of Payn, … Sir Roger de Sancto Mauro, … knights, … (S) CChRs.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
12/29/1307, IPM of Roger le Bigod, earl of Norfolk. Monmouth: … The castle with the borough and other members … The tenants of Roger de Sancto Mauro at Landogyn and Penhow … (S) CIsPM.
~1308, Roger married Joan.
5/7/1313, John Darcy before his withdrawal from those parts drew to himself Roger de Seinmor, William Gamache, … and many others of the tenants of the honor by livery of robes … (S) E.II, V1, P599.
9/18/1315, Redcastle (Rubro Castro, Monmouth). 1/2 fee held by Roger Seymor and William Martel. (S) CIsPM.
2/12/1317, IPM of John de Knoville: … The escheator went to certain lands, &c. which the said John, …, and found there Roger de Sancto Mauro, asserting himself to be steward of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, in the parts of Stroguil, who maintained himself there by force, and would not permit him to execute his office. (S) CIsPM.
10/4/1320, Grant by Cicilia Byle to Roger de Sancto Mauro, of her right to 2 acres of land in Moragonslond, in the fee of Lobenent. (S) Report on Maunscripts in Various Collections, 1907, P176.
3/16/1322, Battle of Boroughbridge in Yorkshire. Thomas, Earl of Lancaster and the Marcher Lords, against King Edward II and the Dispensers. The rebel forces of about 700 knights and men-at-arms, against about 4,000 in the royal forces. An effective use of longbow against calvary. [Rebeling barons lost and retreated to Tutbury castle.]
6/22/1323, Order to Roger de Seymor of the county of Gloucester, keeper of certain lands late of certain the king's enemies and rebels, to deliver … (S) CFRs.
9/5/1325, John de Sancto Mauro, going beyond seas, has letters nominating Roger de Sancto Mauro … (S) CPRs.
9/27/1326, King Edward and the Despensers were in the Tower when they heard that the Queen had landed in England with a great army [which was incorrect – she only had 700 soldiers.]
10/30/1326, Pardon to Roger de Sancto Mauro, … and all of whatsoever condition of the parts of Netherwent, for their rebellion and adherence to rebels and all felonies from 12 October last, on condition that they do not rise against the king again or assist the rebels. (S) CPRs.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
1335, Roger died. (S) Annals and Antiquities of the Counties and County Families of Wales, 1991, P194.
(S) Peerage of England, Collins, 1812, P145.
Children of Roger and Joan:
i. John Seymour, born ~1310 in England.
1359, John, heir to his father, died.
Children: Roger Seymour, born 1341 in England, heir.
ii. Roger Seymour (15210496), born ~1315 in England.