Friday, February 10, 2012

G26: 39976544 Marmion-Beauchamp

39979544. Robert de Marmion & 39979545. Matilda de Beauchamp & 378241761. Philippa ?

~1130, Matilda born in England, d/o 79959090. Walter de Beauchamp & 79959091. Emmeline d’Abitot.

~1135, Robert born in Normandy, France, s/o 79959088. Robert de Marmion.

8/1/1137, Louis VII succeeded as king of France.

~1142 in Normandy, Robert Marmion, with Milisent his wife and Robert his son, made a grant to the abbey of Bardney, com. Linc.

1144, Robert succeeded his father, who died excommunicated. (S) The Church Historians of England, Pt1, 1856, P417.

1153 at Southwell by charter, King Stephen restored and granted to Robert Marmion all the land of Roger his grandfather, and of Robert Marmion his father.

12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.

1167, Robert’s fief in England consisted of 16+ knights.

1172, Robert, as mesne-tenant, owed the service of 4 knights at Beaumont-le-Roger of the honour of the Comtes of Meulan, Normandy.

1177, Robert a Justiciar at Caen.

1177-78, Robert Marmion, by gift, founded the abbey of Barbery in Savigny, fulfilling a promise of his father; and for his soul, the souls of his wife and children, and the souls of his mother and father.

Robert 1st married Matilda.

1181, Matilda living.

10/1181, Robert granted exemptions in all his land of Normandy and England to the monks of Barbery abbey.

1/25/1185, Fine arranging the division of the inheritance of William de Say made before Ranulf de Glanville, Robert Marmiun, … Hugh Bardolf, … (S) Pleas Before the King, V3, 1952, P-IXIX.

4/1185, Robert, sheriff of Worcester. (S) Lists and Indexes, I8, 1897, P157.

1186, Robert, sheriff of Worcester.

1187-94, Robert a Justice itinerant for multiple counties including Warwickshire.

9/1187, The fiscal results of the Iter of Robert Marmiun and his associates … (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V1, 1880, P132.

Robert married 2nd Philippa. [4 sons including Robert, the younger.]

11/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England.

1193, The burgesses of Bristol charged with disrespect for the king’s justices, Robert Marmiun and his fellows. (S) Bristol Past and Present, V1, 1881, P108.

1195, Robert with King Richard in Normandy.

1197, Robert witnessed the treaty between King Richard and Baldwin of Flanders.

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

7/16/1200, King John confirmed to Robert, son of Robert Marmyon, which Robert Marmyon his father and Robert Marmyon his brother, had made to him of the land of Wintringham.

1204-5, Robert a Justice.

Robert sided with the barons against King John.

1216, Geoffrey and Robert Marmiun held fees in Stok Marmion. (S) The Place-Names of Oxfordshire, V1.

Bef. 5/15/1218, Robert, lord of Fontenay, died.

1221, Philippa living.

(S) DNB, P190. (S) Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae, V2, 1844.

Family notes:

·         Undated: Grant by Robert Marmiun, son of the Robert Marmion who died excommunicate, to the church of Lichfield … (S) The Manuscripts of Lincoln, 1895, P227.

Children of Robert and Matilda:

i. Robert de Marmion (19989772), born ~1170 in England.

ii. Mabel de Marmion (19989857), born ~1175 in England.

Children of Robert and Philippa:

i. Robert de Marmion (189120880), the younger, born ~1185 in England.

1215, Robert married Avicia (189120881), heiress & d/o Hugh fitz Gernagan, lord of Tanfield in the honour of Richmond, paying 300 marks for possession of her father’s lands.

Bef. 1238, Robert died.

ii. William de Marmion, the younger, born ~1190 in England.

1238, William Marmion, clerk, gave parcels of land for the souls of his father and mother, and his brother Robert Marmion junior.

1242, William the tenent of Wintingham [formerly of his brother Robert] with 3 knights’ fees.