Monday, January 23, 2012

G26: 39819144 Aguillon

39819144. William Aguillon

1195, William Aguillon was claiming a knight's fee in Nutbourne against Manser and Richard Aguillon. (S) The Victoria History of the County of Sussex, V4, 1997, P108.

5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.

1200, William offered his son William to King John as a hostage.

9/14/1206, Nicholas son of Hugh and Cecily, his wife, plaintiffs, …, and William Aguillun, tenant, concerning the reasonable dower which was belonging to Cecily herself from the free tenement which was Amaurus Aguillun's, formerly her husband, in Wharram-le-Street. (S) Feet of Fines, Yorkshire.

Aft. 4/7/1208, Joan’s 1st husband, Ralph le Parmentier, king’s serjeant, died without heirs.

~1210, William Aguillon held 3 knights’ fees of the honor of Arundel. (S) Sussex Archaeological Collections, V3, 1850, P55.

Bef. 11/5/1212, Henry fitz Aylwin [married to Margaret], first Lord Mayor of London, died. William Aguillun had already made fine for the custody and marriage of Joan, the granddaughter and heiress of the said Henry, widow of Ralph le Parmentier, who was in the custody of William de Harcourt, seneschal of William Marshall, earl of Pembroke. The sheriffs of Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, Norfolk and Suffolk were ordered to deliver the lands of Henry and Ralph to William.

William married Joan, d/o Bartholomew Cheney of Addington, Surrey. (S) Literary and Biographical Magazine, V10, 1793, P300.

1214, Mandate to the Barons of the Exchequer … 300 marks … respite to Wm. Aguilon.

9/1214, Willelmum Aguillun named in a letter from King John to Peter des Roches.

1/1215, Willelmo Aguillono named in a letter of King John.

1215, … “et hereditas Johanne uxoris Willelmi Aguillum” in a letter of King John.

6/19/1215 at Runnymede, William, an adherent of King John, swore to obey the mandate of the 25 barons chosen as Conservators at the signing of the Magna Carta.

Bef. 12/13/1215, William sided with the barons against King John.

King John took William’s lands.

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England. William was a supporter of Henry’s ascension, and in right of his wife prepared a dish called Malpigernoun in the king’s kitchen on coronation day and served it to the king.

9/17/1217, William’s lands were restored.

1218, William of Aguillon gifted a wind mill to Merton Priory, previously rented by Bartholomew of Kensington for 2s.

9/17/1219, William Aguillon and Joan, his wife, give the king half a mark for having a pone before the justices at Westminster at Michaelmas in five weeks against Ralph of Clere, concerning the manor of Greatham with appurtenances. (S) FRsHIII.

Bef. 6/5/1222, Alan, son of the mayor of London, died without issue; his lands falling to William Aguillum in right of his wife.

1223, William Aquilon possessed 1 fee of the manor of Greatham of the earl of Warren.

1223, William Aguillon [and others] complained that Matilda, the wife of Richard de Toreini had more dower than she was entitled.

6/15/1227, Grant to Godfrey de Crawcumbe … of the gift of William Aguilun, his land at Weycumbe and la Newelande, … (S) CChRs, V1.

William left England.

8/1/1227, Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to place in respite, …, the demand of 35 m. that he makes … from Eudo de Longvillers for the debt that he owed, as is said, to William Aguillon, who has abjured the realm, …. (S) FRsHIII.

William returned to London.

1230, Grant by William Agulun to Roger Duk, citizen of London … in the parish of St. Botulph without Bisshpesgate. (S) Desc. Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, 1890, P188.

1230s, William Aguillon, steward of Pevensey, commissioned to try prisoners at Chichester gaol. (S) English Government in the 13th Century, Jobson, 2004, P105.

1233, Bartholomew Cheney holding in Addington, Surrey, [by deputy-service of his son-in-law William Aguillon] office of making hasitas in the king’s kitchen on the day of coronation. (S) Fragmenta Antiquitatis, Blount, 1815, P53. [Surreia. Willelmus Agulon, quit habet heredem Bartholmei de Cheney in uxorem, … (S) De Antiquis Legisbus Liber, Stapleton, 1846, P-XV.]

1234, William attended parliament as baron of Addington. (S) Victoria History of te County of Surrey, V4, 1912, P195.

9/7/1234, Order to the sheriff of Surrey to place in respite the demand he makes from William Aguillon by summons of the Exchequer for the scutage that he does not owe, as he says, from his land of Addington, …. (S) FRsHIII.

1235, A grant to Eleanor daughter of Gilbert de Addington witnessed by William Aguillon. (S) The 1235 Surrey Eyre, 2002, P165.

1235, William Aguillon claimed 7/8 fee against Margaret, wife of Nicholas de Lymesy.

8/24/1235, Order to the sheriff of Surrey to place in respite the demand for scutage that he makes from William Aguillon … until Michaelmas …, and to cause his livestock, …, to be delivered to him in the meantime. (S) FRsHIII.

Bartholomew de Chennay died.

1236, William Agulun called upon to show cause why he should not be assess for the service of half a knight, because his father-in-law Bartholomew de Chennay had been assessed in the Toulouse scutage in 1159 for two marks. (S) A History of Surrey, Malden, 1900, P96. [The jurors found for William because Bartholomew had held by sergeantry.]

1241, William Aguillon remised to Walter de Limesi a third part of a fee in North Merdon for 16 marks. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, Farrer, 1923, P43.

9/25/1241, Willemus Agilun tuenet unum feodum militis in Percinges … heredes Bartholomei de Kaisneto …

7/8/1243, Pardon to William Agulun of his flight and outlawry for the death of Adam de Munceaus and for robbery and breach of the peace ; with the usual conditions. (S) CPRs.

Bef. 10/3/1244, William died.

(S) The Manors of Suffolk, Copinger, 1905, P46. (S) De Antiquis Ligebus Liber, Cronica Maiorum et Vicecomitum Londoniarum, 1846.

Family notes:

·         There are also records of “Bartholomew de Cheney” in Surrey in 1161, 1165, 1190, 1212.

·         1147, William Aguillon, sieur de Trie, attended Louis VII on crusade; dying within a year, succeeded by his son Manasser Aguillon [died bef. 1194.]

·         4/22/1171, William Aguillon, lord of Tarragona, killed Hugh, bishop of that city, for maintaining the privilidges of his church. (S) The Complete Works of Flavius Josephus, Whiston, 2008, P757. [The same year Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury was killed.]

·         1185, William Aguillon appears in Receipt Roll of the Exchequer for Michaelmas. (S) Harvesting the Air, Kealey, 1987, P307.

Child of William and ?:

i. William Aguillon (19909572), born by 1200 in England.