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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Baron Payn de Tibetot & Lady Agnes de Roos

30421144. Baron Payn de Tibetot & 30421145. Lady Agnes de Roos

1280, Pain born in Nottinghamshire, England, s/o 121691366. Robert de Tibetot & 121691367. Eve de Chaworth.

~1290, Agnes born in England, d/o 2498748. Lord William de Roos & 2498749. Maud de Vaux.

3/1/1297, at Bayonne, France. Robert de Tibetot made arrangements for the marriage of his son Payne.

[––Payn & Agnes––]

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.

5/22/1298, Payn’s father died.

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.

6/1301, Payn served with King Edward when he attacked Scotland and removed the Scot’s ancient coronation stone from Scone [installing it at Westminster.]

1302-03, Pain de Tybetot held the land late of John de Berners in Streethall of the bishop of Ely for 1 fee. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, Farrer, 1923, P216.

1303, Pain served in the wars against the Scots.

2/24/1303, An English invasion force, coming by Borthwick castle near Catcune, were decimated by Scotish archers in the third and last skirmish of the battle of Roslin Muir [aka Roslin Glen]. English forces under John de Seagrave and Ralph de Confreys had already been defeated.

8/1304 at Weymuster, John de Segrave lord of Segrave, and John de Mohun, lord of Dunsterre, agreed that John de Mohun, eldest son of the latter is to marry Christiana, daughter of the former, … Witnesses: Payn Tibetoft, … Nicholas de Segrave, … Stephen de Segrave, knights, … (S) CPRs.

9/1304, Pain granted letters of protection to accompany Edward, Prince of Wales, across the seas. Prince Edward went to Amiens to do homage to Philip, king of France, for the duchy of Aquitiane.

12/28/1304, Commission of oyer … By K. at the instance of Payn de Tibotot. (S) CPRs.

3/5/1306, Robert the Bruce had himself crowned king of Scotland. Although 67 and in bad health, King Edward I marched north with his army.

1306, Payn de Tibetot, a knight with a retinue, served under Thomas of Lancaster, in Scotland. (S) The English Aristocracy at War, Simpkin, 2008, P146.

10/18/1306, King Edward ordered the seizure of the lands of the following for withdrawing from Scotland before the war ended: Payn Tybotot, Robert de Tony, Gilbert de Clare, Peter de Gavaston, Walter de Bello Campo, William de Bello Campo, Giles de Argenteym, Roger de Mortuo Mari, John de Haudlo, Ralph Basset, Henry de Bohun, Humphrey de Bohun, Thomas de Verdun, [and others] …

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

8/18/1307, Commitment during pleasure to Payn Tybotot of the office of justice of the forest beyond Trent. (S) CFRs.

1307-13, Pain summoned to parliament by writ.

1308, Pain given a letter of protection to accompany the King across the seas. [For the wedding of the king at Boulogne.]

4/1309, Sir Payn de Tipetoft, a banneret baron, present at the Dunstable tournament in which 235 knights participated in retinues, and 70 independently. Payn bore “argent, a saltire engrailed gules.” [His son John bore the same at the 1334 Dunstable tournament.] (S) Some Feudal Coats of Arms, Foster, 1902, P243.

1309, Pain wrote a letter with other nobles to the Pope complaining about abuses in the church.

10/24/1309, Order to all persons of the counties of Chester and Flynt and the cantred of Engelfeld to be intendant to Payn Tybotot, to whom the king has committed the office of justice of Chester and the castles of Chester, Rothelan and Flynt and the county of Flynt. (S) CFRs.

1310, Pain served in the wars against the Scots.

1310, King Edward, invading Scotland, would spend a year on the expedition with no major conflicts, using Berwick as his base of operations.

1310, Sir Ralph Bigod acknowledged a debt of 40 marks to Payn de Typetot. (S) Norfolk Antiquarian Miscellany, 1906, P132.

1310, Pain supported the appointment of the Lords Ordainer, a group of 8 earls, 7 bishops, and 6 barons to council the King.

4/14/1311, “Payn Tybotot” granted a market and fair at Epperstone, Nottinghamshire. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.

By 1311, Payn married Agnes.

9/3/1311, Payn Tybotot [Tiptoft] and Agnes his wife granted a market and fair at Market W8on, Yorkshire. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.

1/25/1312, Mandate to Payn Tybotot, late justice of Chester, in consquence of his neglect to obey a former mandate of the king, … to deliver … the office of Chester … to Robert de Holand … (S) CPRs.

1/17/1313, Prohibition, directed to all earls, barons, knights and men-at-arms, of a tournament at the town of Newmarket. … Payn de Tybotot … under pain of forfeiture … (S) CPRs.

2/20/1314, Commission of oyer … on complaint by Payn Tibotot that Roger de Scales, … forcibley entered his free warren at Netlestede and Braunfor, co. Suffolk, … (S) CPRs.

1314, Pain given a letter of protection to accompany the Earl of Gloucester and Queen Isabel across the seas. [Isabella testified in the adultery case in France involving her two sister’s in law Marguerite and Joan.]

6/24/1314, Pain, knt. of Burwell, Cambridgeshire, 1st Lord Tibetot, slain at the battle of Bannockburn.

6/24/1314, Battle of Bannockburn, Scotland, a victory for the Scots, unusual in that it lasted for 2 days. The Scots, commanded by Robert Bruce, were laying siege to Stirling castle, held by the English. As the English attacked across the brook, Robert counter-attacked along a 2000-yard front. King Edward attempted to flank the Scot’s left with archers, but they were driven back the Scot cavalry. The English front broke against the Scottish spearmen. It was the largest loss of English knights in a single day. This was the battle in which organized foot-soldiers [primarily pike men] defeated heavily armored mounted knights.


7/18/1314, IPM of Payn de Tybotot. York: Wighton. … held of the gift of William de Ros of Haumelak to him and Agnes his wife of the king in chief by service of petty serjeanty. John son of the said Payn and Agnes, aged 1 year and 2 months, is his next heir. Nottingham: Eperiston. The manor … held jointly by the said Payn and Agnes his wife … Langar. The manor … held jointly … Suffolk: Nettlistede. The manor … Leicester: Barkeston. The manor … Thorp Edmer. The manor … Essex: Strathale. The manor … Cambridge: Borewelle. A manor … Lincoln: Merseton. A capital messuage … (S) CIsPM.

Agnes married 2nd Sir Thomas de Vere, s/o Robert, 6th Earl of Oxford. [No children.]

6/17/1315, Pardon to Thomas de Veer for marrying without licence Agnes late the wife of Payn Tibotot, tenant in chief. (S) CPRs.

7/12/1316, Licence for Robert de Veer, earl of Oxford, to grant the manor of Swafham Bolebek, co. Cambridge, and the manor of Doddyngherst, co. Essex, … to Thomas de Veer and Agnes his wife … (S) CPRs.

7/25/1318, The king … sold to Bartholomew de Badelesmere for 1000 makrs … custody … lands and tenements, late of Payn de Typetot, … minority of John son and heir of the said Payn … together with the marriage … Afterwards Thomas de Veer and Agnes his wife, late the wife of the said Payn, … sought to recover … a third part of the manor of Bentele, … which as dower … (S) CPRs.

4/10/1320, Licence for John de Lancastre to enfeoff Robert de Veer, earl of Oxford, … remainders to Roger de Lancastre for his life, then to Thomas de Veer and Agnes his wife … (S) CPRs.

12/2/1322, The king learns by inquisition … Gervase de Clifton holds the manor of Clifton of Thomas de Veer and Agnes. (S) CCRs.

10/10/1327, IPM of Robert de Clifton. Nottingham: Clifton and Wilford. The manors … held for life of Thomas de Veer and Agnes, his wife, as of the right of the said Agnes. (S) CIsPM.

3/3/1328, Grant, at the request of John de Warenna, earl of Surry, and Roger de Mortuo Mari, to Thomas de Veer and Agnes, his wife, tenants for the life of Agnes of lands which belonged to Robert and Payn Tibetot, … half-yearly instalments of 10 marks … (S) CPRs.

1329, Thomas died.

5/12/1329, IPM of Thomas de Veer. (S) CIsPM.

6/1329, Agnes died.

7/22/1329, Grant to … the lands which Agnes late the wife of Payn Tibetot, deceased, whom Thomas de Veer took to wife, held in dower or otherwise for life of the inheritance of John, son and heir of the said Payn, a minor in the king's ward. (S) CFRs.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P821.

Child of Pain and Agnes:

i. John de Tibetot (15210572), born 7/20/1313 in England. [Heir]