Friday, February 17, 2012
G26: 40003842 Bardolf
~1140, Hugh born in England, younger s/o 1947057152. William Bardulf.
1168, Hugh Bardolf held two knights’ fees in Lincoln.
1176, Hugh Bardolf amerced for trespassing in the King’s forests.
10/1183, Hugh Bardulf attested a royal writ to the constable of Cherbourg on behalf of the canons of Notre Dame de Voeu.
4/1184, Hugh Bardulf, the sewer [Dapifer Regis], sheriff of Cornwall.
1184, Hugh Bardulf, William Rufus, and Geoffrey de Luci justicies taking pleas in Worcestershire.
1184-89, Hugh Bardulf answered for revenues of Bristol castle and town. (S) Accounts of the Constables of Bristol Castle, Sharp, 1982, P78.
1184-85, Hugh Bardulf, King’s justice, renders 119£ 7s 5d from the issues of Bristol. (S) Memoirs Historical and Topographical of Bristol, V1, 1821, P503.
12/6/1184 at Gisors, France [where King Henry was meeting King Philip of France] Alvered de St. Martin … paid [by order of the King] to Hugh de Morwic and Hugh Bardulf 100£ “for corrody of the King.”
1/25/1185 at Melkesham, A fine dividing the inheritance of the two daughter of William de Say; Beatrice, wife of Geoffrey fitz Piers; and Matilda, wife of Hugh de Bochland … justices … Ranulf de Glanvill, Robert Marmion, … Hugh Bardulf, Dapifer, … (S) Pleas Before the King, V3, 1952, P-IXIX.
1185-6, Hugh, vicount of Cornwall.
1186, Hugh Bardulf as a justice in eyre visited Wiltshire, Somersetshire, Dorsetshire, and Devonshire.
1186, Hugh Bardolf left as one of the lieutenants of England when the King went to Normandy.
10/2/1186 at Winchester, Hugh Bardulf witnessed a royal charter to the church of St. Peter at York.
1186-87, Hugh Bardulf had custody of Isabel, d/o William, earl of Gloucester [future bride of Prince John.] (S) Constables of Bristol Castle, Sharp, 1982, P73.
2/1187 at Clarendon, Hugh Bardulf, Dapiferi, attested a royal charter in favour of Ranulf de Glanvill.
1189, Hugh Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset; and justice in eyre.
11/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England. [Which began a change in assigning sheriffs in England.]
11/11/1189, Hugh Bardulf, William Longchamp, and William Brewer assigned as justices with Hugh de Puiset, chief justiciar. (S) DNB, 1896, P13.
4/1190, Hugh appointed sheriff of Staffordshire. (S) History of Staffordshire, V2, 1881, P6.
11/1190, Hugh Bardolf in Messina, Sicily. [Likely with Queen Eleanor who was visiting her son King Richard, from where he was launching his crusade. Queen Eleanor arrived with Richard’s future bride.] (S) Historical Introduction to the Rolls Series, Stubbs, 1902, P207.
9/1191, Hugh sheriff of Yorkshire [Replaced in Staffordshire by Hugh, bishop of Coventry].
2/16/1192, [John, count of Mortain, had joined with King Philip of France against his brother King Richard] Letter commanding Hugh, bishop of Lincoln, to impose excommunication against … William Marshall, Geoffrey fitz Peter, William Brewer, Hugh Bardulf, … Gerard de Camville, the earl of Salisbury, … Henry de Vere, … Hugh Bardulf is excepted if he warns William de Stuteville to hand over Scarborough castle, Yorkshire, and Westmorland without delay. (S) English Episcopal Acta, Karn, 2006, P211.
4/1193, King Richard removed Hugh Bardulf as justice of Yorkshire and Westmorland.
1193, Hugh Bardulf owed 20 oxen, 4 horses, 100 sheep and 51 lambs of the chattels of Robert de Broc [deceased]. (S) History of Staffordshire, Pt1, 1907, P195.
4/1194, Hugh sheriff of Northumberland [then soon replaced when Hugh of Durham paid 2000 marks for the office].
11/3/1194, King Richard sent a letter to Willam de Ste Mere Englise and Hugh Bardulf concerning archbishop Geoffrey de Muschamp’s illegal use of the royal seal at the time of the death of King Henry II. (S) Engish Episcopal Acta, Lovatt, 2004, P96.
5/1195, Hugh obtained from King Richard a justiciar position with Hugh of Durham.
9/1198, Hugh Bardulf, sheriff of Northumberland “in person”.
5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.
4/1200, Hugh sheriff of Nottingham and Derby.
4/27/1200, Hugh Bardolf, custos of the castle of Tickhill, granted a market at Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.
1200, Robert Ros, William Stuteville, Henry Neville, Hugh Bardolf, Eustace Vesci and Robert Fitz Roger bondsmen for Peter de Brus for 1000 pounds sterling.
1202, Henry de Duly, chaplain to Hugh Bardulf, admitted to the church of Meleburn, Derbyshire. (S) Register of the Priory of Wetherhal, 1897, P496.
1203, Hugh died leaving a widow, Amabilis [Mabel] de Limsey, daughter of Gerard de Limsey [who would be of the same age as his daughter, and who remarried to Robert of Ropsley.] (S) The Household Knights of King John, Church, 1999, P88. [Amabilis paid a fine of 2000 marks to not be forced to remarry.]
(S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs. (S) Court, Household, and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878. (S) Lists and Indexes, V9, 1898. (S) Judges of England, Foss, 1848, P32.
· Hugh founded the castle and settlement of Castle Carlton, Lincolnshire.
· Hugh’s scutage in all counties was excused “pro liberate sedendi ad Scaccarium.”