30421144. Lord Pain de Tibetot & 30421145. Agnes de Roos
4/25/1298, The king confirmed the marriage agreement by which Robert’s son Payn would marry Anneyse, d/o William de Ros. (S) Yorkshire Inquisitions, 1902, P85.
3/3/1299, The King took at Certeseye the homage of Payne, son and heir of Robert de Tibotot, of the county of Notts., for the manor of Langar, which the said Robert and Eva, his wife, and the said Payne were jointly enfeoffed. (S) Record Series, V31, 1902, P85.
11/21/1299, The King granted to Eva, widow of Robert Tibotot, the marriage of Payne, Robert’s son and heir, a minor. (S) Yorkshire Inquisitions, 1902, P85.
8/24/1300, William de ros of Belvoir acknowledges that he owes to Payn de Tybotot 200£. (S) CCRs.
1303, Pain served in the wars against the Scots when King Edward I again invaded.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.