Monday, February 13, 2012

G26: 39979810 Trussebut-Harcourt

39979810. Baron William Trussebut & 39979811. Albreda du Harcourt

~1120, William born in England, s/o 79959620. Galfrid fitz Payne.

~1125, Albreda de Harcourt born in Neuberg, Normandy, heiress & d/o §Rollo de Harcourt & Roysia Peverell.

12/22/1135, Stephen crowned king of England.

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

1138, William the governor of Bonneville-sur-Touque in France, a hereditary office.

By 1149, Roysia coheiress to her brother William who died on crusade. [Her sisters: Maud wife of Hugh de Dover of Chilham, Kent; Alice wife of Hamo Peche; and Asceline wife of Geoffrey de Walterville.]

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

1166, William, the younger, acquired as tenant-in-chief most of the lands of Geoffrey FitzPayne [his brother].

1175-6, William of Warter, Yorkshire, Baron of Hunsingore, died.

Albreda de Harcurt, relict of William Trussebut, son of Geoffrey fitz Payne, commanded her bailiffs to support the canons of the church de Bosco-Woodkirk, given to the chapel of Schokirk.

(S) Some Historic Mansions of Yorkshire, V2, 1889, P165. (S) Collins Peerage, V4, 1812, P431.

Family notes:

·         One of the brothers listed apparently left a son Simon prominent in the period.

·         Rollo de Harcourt [settled in England], s/o Robert de Harcourt & Colede D’Argouges. Robert [the Strong] and his older brother Errand attended William the Conqueror in his invasion of England in 1066.

·         Roysia Peverell, d/o Pain Peverell, lord of Brunne, standard bearer to Robert Curthose in the holy lands.

Children of William and Albreda:

i. Richard Trusbut, born ? in England [no heirs.]

ii. Hilaria Trusbut, born ? in England [no heirs.]

Eularia married Robert de Bullers.

1212, Eularia named in a suit of the Vicar of Knaresburgh, who had obtained wood from her when his church burnt down.

1213, Eularia named in a suit involving her nephew Robert de Roos.

1217, Hilaria Trussebut “habet litteras de conductu”. (S) CPRs.

[Eularia and her sister Agatha were patrons of the Ribstan Templars.]

iii. Roese Trussebut (19989905), born 1152 in England.

iv. Geoffrey Trusbut, born ? in England [no heirs.]

1166, Galfrid [Geoffrey] Trussebut, William’s brother, died at sea.

v. Robert Trusbut, born ? in England [no heirs.]

vi. Agatha Trusbut, born ? in England [no heirs.]

Agatha married Hamo Meinselin [Hamo Fitz Hamo.]

1166, Hamo answered for 12 knights’ fees of his own barony and for Agatha’s inherited of Rollo de Harcourt.

9/29/1198, Agatha married 2nd William de Albini, widower of Margaret de Umfreville.

1201, William paid a fine of 600 marks for marrying Agatha.

7/1216-10/1216, Agatha raised money to pay William’s fines [captured by King John at Rochester castle].

 8/6/1216, On a guarantee of 6000 marks, Agatha given seisen of all of William’s lands.

William de Albini gave to the monks of Belvoyr out of every acre of Belver, Walsthorp, Botelesford, Oskington, and Stokes one sheaf of grain for the soul of Agatha his wife, and for the soul of Margery, his former wife; witnessed by his sons William, Odinellsu, Robert and Nicholas.

5/7/1236, William died.

8/8/1236, Protection without term … Agatha Trussebut. (S) CPRs.

1/18/1237, Protection … for Agatha Trussebuth to go beyond seas to sue her rights which are being detained from her in the power of the King of France. (S) CPRs.

3/25/1237, Licence for Agatha Trussebuth to make her will of her goods. (S) CPRs.

6/19/1238, Licence, until Easter next, for Agatha Trussebut to go beyond seas on the king’s affairs ; and mandate to bailiffs to do no damage to her or her men in the meantime. (S) CPRs.

Bef. 11/26/1249, Agatha died. (S) CPRs; her lands going to Willam de Ros, her grand nephew.

[Agath’s seal: + SIGILL’ AGACE · TRVSBVT]