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Wednesday, April 11, 2012
G26: 47281512 Foliot-Cardynan
47281512. Jordan Foliot & 47281513.
Alice de Cardynan
~1170, Jordan born in England, s/o §Jordan Foliot & Margery
~1190, Jordan’s father died. “To all … Jordan Foliot, son of
Jordan Foliot, greeting. … I confirm by this my charter all the gifts which my
ancestors confirmed … as the charter of my father Jordan witnesses. …”
~1195, Alice born in England, d/o §Robert de Cadynan &
John crowned king of England.
1206, Jordan Foliot involved in a dispute in the Common
Bench about a knight's fee at Saxby in Lincolnshire.
11/7/1208, Final concord between Jordan Foliot and Henry
Vernoil … 36 acres in Ramesholme.
1210, Jordan Foliot held 3 knight’s fees of the Honor of Lascy
in Friseby, Aketone, Streton and Yngeham of Roger de Lacy deceased.
1211, Jordan Foliot held a fee of Roger de Lacy, deceased.
~1212, Jordan Foliot witnessed a charter of William de Aula,
s/o Richard of Pontefract.
1212, Jordan Foliot summoned to King John because of worries of
a plot against the king [King John feared he might be deserted on the battle
field or handed over to his enemies.]
1212, Jordan Foliot held a knight’s fee in Saxeby of Rob. de
Tatesale. (S) Records of the Templars, Lees, 1935.
6/1213, Jordan Foliot summoned to join King John’s army at
1213, Jordan Foliot and 19 other knights bound to the king for
the payment of 7,000 marks owed by John, constable of Chester. (S) Pubs. Of the
Thoresby Soc., V2, 1891, P4.
1213, Jordan Foliot came to an agreement with the Templars
about the advowson of the church at Saxby.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1/1/1219, John de Aulnay gives the king one mark for having a
writ to attaint the twelve jurors, before the itinerant justices in
Lincolnshire, against Jordan Foliot, concerning his free tenement in Firsby.
1225, Robert Bardolf of Great Carlton, Lincolnshire, and Hoo,
Kent, died; his lands in Kent, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire were divided
between his two nephews, Jordan Foliot and Ralph Paynel, and his niece Isolda
de Gray. Jordan got Grimston, co. York.
7/1/1225, The king has taken the homage of Jordan Foliot,
Isolda de Gray and Ralph Paynel for the portions that fall to them of the lands
formerly of Robert Bardolf, their uncle [brother and heir of Hugh Bardolf who
died in 1203], which he held of the king in chief. … to have full seisin of
their portions … accepted security from Robert Wolf, in the place of Matilda
Bardolf, his mother, who is one of the heirs of the aforesaid Robert, … to keep
safely the portion falling to the son and heir of Hugh Poinz , who is similarly
one of the heirs of the same Robert and is under age and in the custody of the
king. (S) FRsHIII.
11/26/1227, King Henry stayed with Jordan. [Jordan’s home was
near King Henry’s in Clipstone in Sherwood, which was under renovation.]
1/4/1228, Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to place in respite
the demand that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Jordan Foliot to the
king’s use for a debt of the Jews. (S) FRsHIII.
1/4/1228, King Henry stayed with Jordan. Order to the sheriff
of Yorkshire to place in respite the demand that he makes by summons of the
Exchequer from Jordan Foliot to the king’s use for a debt of the Jews. (S)
1229, Jordan Foliot developed a private park at Grimston. (S)
13th Century England, Gregynog Conf., 2005, P198.
12/17/1229, King Henry stayed with Jordan.
8/2/1231, Raloh Haket of Towton acted as attorney for Jordan
Foliot in a quitclaim f the advowson of Bramwith church. (S) Hist. & Arch.
Desc. of the Priory of S. Mary Magdalene, Walker, 1926, P6.
9/30/1233, Jordan Foliot of Wellow, plaintiff. (S) 13th
Century England, V11, 2007.
1236, Jordan Foliot acknowledged the advowson of the church of
Saxeby to be the right of the prior of S. Katherine, which was the gift of
William Foliot, his uncle.
Bef. 3/5/1236, Jordan of Grimston and Wellow died.
(S) Henry III Fine Rolls Project. (S) Court Rolls of the Manor
of Ingoldmells, 1902, P24. (S) Chartulary of St. John of Pontefract, Holmes, 1899.
(S) Transactions Thoroton Soc. of Nottinghamshire, V112, 2008.
·1159, Charter of Jordan Foliot and his wife
Beatrice to the monks of Pontefract of the West Mill of Norton for 10 marks
silver; confirmed by Henry de Lascy and his son Robert de Lascy. Jordan identified
his father as William Foliot. [1 of 2 charters given that year by Jordani
Folioth.] In a charter of Henry de Lascy the same year, Jordan Foliot is
designated as “the elder.”
·Before 1185, Jordan Foliot gave the church of
Firsby to the Templars.
·Jordan Foliot, the younger married to Margery.
[confirmed in the West Mill of Norton and other properties]. Jordan Foliot’s
mother was one of the five sisters and co-heirs of Robert Bardolf.
1200s] Jordan Folyot grants to church of St Andrew of Tywardraith 1/2 mark of
silver from his land of Helset in Cornwall which Robert de Cardynan gave him in
marriage with Alice his wife, to provide wax candles (cerei) for daily mass
there, paying at Michaelmas through Ralph Gyffard and his heirs, or whoever
else shall hold the tenement; sealed; witnesses Robert de Cadynan [sic], Isabel
his wife, Alice my wife, Odo son of Fer'uin' [Frewin], Simon de Pyn' then
sheriff of Cornwall, Thomas my clerk, William my servant, Ivo (Yuo) chaplain
and many others. (S) UKNA.
·3/5/1236, Jordan Foliot did not hold of the king
in chief save for the fifth part of a knight’s fee in Hoo in Kent, and that
Richard Foliot, son and heir of the same Jordan , is not yet of full age, the
same Richard has made fine with the king by 25 m. for his relief and for having
seisin of all lands formerly of the same Jordan, of which he was seised as of
fee on the day he died and which fall to Richard by inheritance . Order that,
having accepted security from Richard for rendering the aforesaid 25 m. to the
king, he is to cause him to have full seisin without delay of all lands formerly
of the same Jordan, which he took into the king’s hand by reason of his death,
notwithstanding that Richard is not yet of full age, as aforesaid. (S) FRsHIII.
·Richard Foliot [One a s/o Sampson, another a son
of Jordan], Walter Foliot [sheriff of Oxon and Berks], and Henry Foliot are
also in records of this time.
Children of Jordan and Alice:
i. Beatrice Foliot (121688629), born ~1215, in England. ii. Richard Foliot (23640756), born ~1220 in England.