~1248, Nicholas de Bonevyle born in Somerset, England, s/o 60844064. William de Boneville.
Aft. 1265, Nicholas’ father died.
1269, Reymund first born son of John Clerk … remissions and quitclaims between Avicia de la More his mother and sir Nicholas de bolevill' in the manor of Wisco'b. (S) UKNA.
~1270, Hawisia born in Shete, Devon, England, d/o §§Robert de Salley.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
[––Hawyse & Thomas––]
Hawisia 1st married Thomas de Pyn.
1278-9, Thomas and Hawisia, reserving a third in dower to Hawisia, granted the manor of Dulverton to the queen.
1281, The King and Queen regranted Dulverton to Thomas and Hawisia at a rental of one penny, payable at Easter.
Aft. 7/20/1287, Thomas died.
1/2/1291, Hawisia, widow of Thomas, in a suit with Thos. De Sallay.
3/5/1291, Indented Sir Henry de Ralegh to Nicholas de Bonevile. Manor of Wyssecomb for the life of Joan wife of Sir Henry. (S) UKNA.
10/1/1291, Nicholas de Bonevill acknowledges that he owes to Robert, bishop of Bath and Wells, £20; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Somerset and Devon. (S) CCRs.
[––Nicholas & Hawyse––]
1292, Nicholas married Hawyse. Nicholas, of Shute, by right of his wife. (S) Greater Medieval Houses, Emery, 2006, P633.
1294, Nicholas de Bonville, constable of the castle of Taunton [Somerset]. (S) Forests & Deer Parks, Greswell, 1905, P182.
1294, IPM of Philip Burnell. Somerset: … Sok Denays. A moiety of the manor, and of the advowson of the church, held of Nicholas de Bonevile by service of a pair of gilt spurs yearly. (S) CIsPM.
1295, “Nicholas de Bonevill, alias de Bolevil, de Bonevile: Devon, Somerset” died. (S) UKNA. [Grant to John Wogan of the custody, during the minority of the heir of Nicholas de Bonevill, … (S) CPRs.]
2/12/1295, Writ for IPM of Nicholas de Bonevill. Devon: Schete. The manor held of the inheritance of Hawis his wife … Combe. The manor similarly held … Somerset: Dulverton. A moiety of the manor, including a hundred (court), … Hawis his wife, who was enfeoffed of the said moiety jointly with one Thomas de Pyn, sometime her husband … Lydiard Punchardun. A moiety of the manor … Ivelcestre. A moiety of a ‘haywardwik’ … Sok Denays by Ivelcestre. The capital messuage with a moiety of the manor … Nicholas his son, aged 2 on the feast of All Saints last, is his next heir. Dulverton. The said Hawis was enfeoffed of the manor jointly with Thomas de Pyne … (S) CIsPM.
8/15/1295, Order to cause Hawisia, late the wife of Nicholas de Bonevill, who held by knight service of John, son of John de Bello Campo, … the manor of Dulverton … (S) CCRs.
8/16/1295, Order to cause dower to be assigned to Hawisia, late the wife of Nicholas de Bonevill, … as she has taken oath before the king that she will not marry without his licence. (S) CCRs. [Hawisia held the manor of Shete, co. Devon, by heirship, in free socage, of Thomas de Sandford.]
1/14/1300, Lic. for Wm. de Lughteburgh, for his services in Gascony, Wales, and Scotland, to marry Hawysia, late the wife of Thomas du Pyn. (S) CPRs.
Hawisia married 3rd William de Lughteburgh.
10/16/1306, The king granted William and Hawisia his wife, for the life of Hawisia, a Thursday market at Dulverton.
Bef. 1331, Hawisia died. IPM of Hawisia Pyn: … held 2 parts of the manor of Dulverton by concession, … the third part in her own demesne … Nicholas de Bolevyle her next heir, aged 30 and more.
(S) Strife of the Roses and Days of the Tudors in the West, Rogers, 2003, P40. (S) Proceedings, Somerset, Vs27-29, 1882, P71. (S) Kinghts of Edward I, Moor, 1931, P69.
· 2/14/1306 at Exeter, Debtor: Robert de Salley of [Shute in Shobrook, West Budleigh Hundred] Devon. Amount: £6. (S) UKNA.
· 4/27/1306 at Exeter, Debtor: Robert de Salley of [Shute in Shobrook, West Budleigh Hundred] Devon. Amount: 22m. (S) UKNA.
Child of Nicholas and Hawyse:
i. Nicholas Bonevill (15211016), born 10/30/1293 in England.
11/13/1331 at Shete, Quitclaim with warranty. Gilbert de Umfravill to Nicholas de Bolevill and Joan his wife, … Capital messuage of Shete and ½ manor of Shete and lands and tenement(s) in Wydeslade, excepting those lands which Robert de Sallee once held in the manor of Shete and Wydeslade. … (S) UKNA.