39979920. Richard Engayne & 39979921. Margery Fitz Urse
Richard Engaine born in England, s/o §Richard Ingaine.
1135, Margery born in England, d/o 79959842. Richard Fitz Urse & 79959843. Maud de Boulers.
12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.
1166, Richard Engaine, royal forester who had to atten the King quis et arminand with his hunting-horn around his neck, held his lands of Fulk de Lisures [Other records indicate Richard was required to hunt wolves daily]. (S) English and the Norman Conquest, Williams, 1997, P116.
1167, Richard Engayne (Ingania) holding Baltherwick, Laxton and Pytchley. (S) Pipe Roll Society, 1966, P27.
Bef. 1168, Margery’s father died.
12/29/1170, Margery’s brother Reginald involved in the death of archbishop Becket.
1177, Richard of Pisley, Northants, died.
Margery married 2nd Geoffrey Brito; without license.
1185, Margery, age 50, has “been in the gift of the Lord King for the past eight years”. Magaret holding 6£ of land in Pytchley, being 50 years old, and has an heir Richard Engaine. (S) Women’s lives in Medieval Europe, Amt, 1993, P155. [In 1185 King Henry II ordered the identification of all women and children under his feudal teneants.]
1196, Margery died.
(S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Eyton, P129.
· Richard a descendant of Richard Ingaine, chief engineer to William the Conqueror.
· Richard Ingaine [the father], forester of Northamptonshire, holding by service of wolf-hunting.
· 4/1241, From a plea: Vitalis s/o Richard, s/o Margaret fitz Urse, d/o Richard fitz Urse & Matilda de Bollers, d/o Baldwin de Bollers, to whom Henry I gave the Honor of Montgomery with Sebilla de la Maleyse, relation of the King. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V4, 1883, P91.
Child of Richard and Margery:
i. Richard Engayne (19989960), born ~1160 in England. [Heir]