Thursday, June 7, 2012

G27: 79849850. Cornhill-Curci

79849850. Henry de Cornhill & 79849851. Alice de Curci

~1145, Henry born in Lukedale, England, s/o 159699700. Gervase de Cornhill.

~1160, Alice de Coucy, born in England, d/o 159699702. William III de Curcy.

1173-77, Henry de Cornhill the sheriff of Surrey. (S) Natural History … Surrey, V1, Aubrey, 1719, P26.

1177, Alice’s father died; her brother succeeding.

1182, Henry de Cornhill one of the justices paid for expenses associated with the ship Henry de Schornis, which sailed to Spain for the infanta of Portugal. (S) Judges of England, V1, Foss, 1848, P251.

Aft. 5/9/1183, Henry’s father died.

9/1185, Idem Vicomes (Henry de Cornhill) r.e. de 15£ 8s of land … (S) History of Staffordshire, V2, 1881, P10.

1186, Henry de Cornhill one of the justices in Dorset, Somerset, Devon, Hants and Wilts.

Bef. 9/1186, Henry de Cornhill received a grant from the crown.

1188, Acknowledgement by Henry de Hastings that he has borrowed 5 marks of silver from Henry de Cornhill. (S) Pipe Roll Soc., V10, 1888, P90.

9/29/1188, Henry de Cornhill elected one of the 1st sheriffs of London [with Henry fitz Eylwine]. (S) Camden Series, V33, 2012, P-II.

By 1189, Notification by John, son of Andrew Bacuinte, the he has made Gervase de Cornhill, and Henry his son, his heirs of all his rights in land and chattels. This was done as well at the hustings of London as in the King’s court at Wesminster. (S) Reports from Commissioners, 1874, P16.

1189-90, William de St. Marlae, bishop of London, attested some accounts of Henry de Cornhill, sheriff of London. (S) Biographia Juridica, Foss, 1870, P582.

7/5/1189, Henry de Cornhill witnesses a royal charter at Chinon in France.

7/6/1189, Henry de Cornhill with King Henry II when he died at Chinon.

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

4/4/1190 at Canterbury, Henry de Cornhill received a grant by King Richard I. (S) CChRs.

6/1190, King Richard departed on the 3rd Crusade. [Richard would not return to England until 1194.]

1190-92, Henry the sheriff of London; succeeded by brother Reginald. (S) The Gentleman’s Magazine, 1856, P152.

1191, Henry of Cornhill renders account of £2,250 received from the Treasury,  £1300 in white silver and £950 in Pence; and £2500 which he receive from William Puintell, constable of the Tower of London; and £100 received from Richard, archdeacon of Canterbury … (S) Crusade of Richard I, Archer, 1888, P11. [Henry had charge of the mint.]

1192, Henry de Cornhill accounted for the profits of the cambium [coin production] of all England except Winchester. (S) Bankers Magazine, V26, 1872, P17.

12/21/1192, King Richard was captured near Vienna [the most likely story] by Leopold V, Duke of Austria. Richard was initially imprisoned in the small town of Durnstein. [King Richard released for ransom on 2/4/1194.]

1193, Henry de Cornhill died.

10/1194, Alice, wife of Warin fitz Gerald, heiress to her brother William de Curcy, governor of Ulster in Ireland. (S) A Discoverie of Certaine Errours, Brooke, 1724, P100.

1197, Alice de Curcy married 2nd Warin Fitz Gerold, the king’s chamberlain [who held Curcy in 1212 in her right].

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

By 1212, Alice died.

(S) Court, Household, and Itinerary of Henry II, Eyton, 1878.

Family notes:

·         One of Alice de Curcy’s grandmothers was Avice de Bayeux.

Child of Henry and Alice:

i. Joan de Cornhill (39924925), born ~1180 in England.

Child of Warin and Alice:

ii. Margaret fitzGerald, born ? in England.

Margaret married 1st Baldwin de Reviers.

Margaret married Falkes de Bréauté.