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Wednesday, June 27, 2012
G27: 79959356 Salisbury-Talvas-Warenne
79959356. Earl Patrick of Salisbury &
79959357. Adela Talvas & 189118242. Earl William de Warenne III
~1115, William born in England, s/o 319832122. Earl William de Warenne II & 319832123.
Isabel de Vermandois.
~1120, Patrick, born in England, s/o §Walter of Salisbury & Sibyl de Chaworth.
~1120, Adela born in Pontgieu, France, d/o 378236486. William III Talvas, Compte of Ponthieu
& 378236487 Helen of Burgundy.
4/24/1124, David I
crowned King of Scotland.
1130, William de Garenne [the father] donated property to St
Faith, Longueville, witnessed by ‘Ysabel comitissa uxor comitis et Willelmo et
Radulfo filii eorum.’ (S) FMG.
5/1133, Most of London
including the church of St. Paul the Apostle was destroyed by fire.
1135, Patrick of Salisbury enfeoffed with 40 knights’ fees.
crowned king of England; usurping Empress Matilda, d/o King Henry I, and
starting a civil war.
[–––William & Ela–––]
Ela 1st married William de Warenne.
6/1137, William de Waren was with King Stephen’s army at
Lisieux. (S) DNB, V20, 1909, P832.
8/1/1137, Louis VII
succeeded as king of France.
1138, William, 3rd Earl of Surrey after the death of
12/18/1138, Waleran, count of Meulan [William’s half-brother],
was in Rouen meeting with William de Roumare, King Stephen’s justiciar in
Normandy. William, earl of Warren, Robert de Newbourg, and baron Waleran de
Meulan, were also at the meeting.
1139-48, William, earl of Warrene held the fair at Thetford.
(S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
9/1139, Empress Matilda invaded England, based at Bristol, to
claim the crown of England.
~1140, Walter of Salisbury [Patrick’s father] and Patrick, earl
of Salisbury, witnessed a gift of the church of Durnford by Isabel de Tony,
wife of Walter fitz Richard, to the cathedral for the soul of her husband. (S)
Fasti Ecclesiae Sarisberiensis, Jones, P377.
1140, William de Warenne, earl of Surrey, founded the priory of
the Holy Sepulchre at Thetford.
2/2/1141, William fought at the battle of Lincoln; when King
Stephen was captured.
4/7/1141 at Winchester, Empress Matilda acknowledged as “Lady of England and Normandy” by Bishop
12/25/1141, Stephen again crowned King. [The civil war would
continue for 12 more years.]
6/23/1141, Matilda’s forces expelled from London by the
citizens and an army of Queen Matilda, wife of King Stephen. William was in the
forces that pursued Empress Matilda from Winchester, and captured her
half-brother Robert, Earl of Gloucester.
1141, [After the battle of Winchester] Patrick, earl of
Salisbury, sent word to John fitz Gilbert, supporter of Matilda, that if he
would wait, they would attack him the next day. (S) Armies, Chivalry and
Warfare, Strickland, 1998.
11/1/1141, Matilda exchanged King Stephen for her brother
12/25/1141, Stephen again crowned King. [The civil war would
continue for 12 more years.]
1142, Walter of Salisbury [Patrick’s father] founded the priory
of Bradenstoke in the vale of Malmesbury.
12/1142, William de Warren with King Stephen at his Christmas
7/1143, Patrick of Salisbury, constable, received the earldom
of Wiltshire from Empress Matilda. [Patrick usually styled ‘Earl of Salisbury’.]
9/1143, William, earl of Surrey, assisted with the capture of
Geoffrey de Mandeville. (S) DNB, V20, 1909, P832.
1144, William de Warren, earl of Surrey, held Rouen against
Geoffrey Plantagenet. (S) Dukes of Normandy, Duncan, 1839, P213. [Geoffrey
captured Rouen that year.]
1144-47, Patric, earl of Salisbury attested documents.
1144-50, Patric, earl of Wiltshire, witnessed a charter of
Henry [II], son of the Empress.
1145-6, Patrick, earl of Salisbury in a dispute with John fitz
Gilbert [husband of Patrick’s sister Sibyl.] (S) Law and Government, Garnett,
3/31/1146, William took the vows of a crusader at Vezelay with
King Louis VII of France.
2/1147, William was at Etampes with King Louis.
4–6/1147, William with a great assembly of French nobility in
Paris meeting with the Pope and King Louis VII.
6/29/1147, Waleran de Meulan and William de Warenne joint
leaders of an anglo-norman crusade force at Worms.
1147, Patrick’s father died. (S) King Stephen, Davis,
12/25/1147, On Christmas day on the coast of modern-day Turkey,
encamped by a river, a tremendous storm washed away much of the supplies of the
French. They decided to take a route over the mountains to Antioch.
1/4/1148, The crusaders fought in a battle at Laodicea against
1/7/1148, William’s forces in a night battle in the area of
Mount Cadmus, where Turks ambush the main train of infantry and non-combatants well
behind the main force. King Louis VII, his bodyguard of Templar Knights, and
Noblemen valiantly charged the Turks. Most of the knights were killed,
including William, and Louis barely escaped with his life. The battle is
recorded by Odo de Deuil, personal chaplain to Louis, in his book De
Profectione. (S) The Capetians, Bradbury, 2007, P155.
1/19/1148, William died in battle at Laodicea. (S) FMG.
1148, Empress Matilda returned to Normandy [never to return to
By 1148, Patrick’s 1st wife Mathila died: ‘Comes
Patricius Sarum’ donated property to Bradenstoke priory, constructed by ‘pater
meus Walterus de Saresbiria’, for the soul of ‘Matildis comitissæ uxoris meæ.’
Adela married 2nd Patrick, Earl of Salisbury.
4/13/1149, at the castle of Devizes, Patrick, earl of Sarum,
witnessed a charter of Henry, duke of Normandy and earl of Anjou. (S) Journal
of the British Arch. Assoc., V40, 1884, P146.
1/1153, Duke Henry landed in England with 140 knights and 3,000
infantry in 36 ships.
4/9/1153, at Stockbridge, Hampshire, Reginald, earl of
Cornwall; the earl of Gloucester; Patrick, earl of Salisbury, and other barons
met with the archbishop of Canterbury, and the bishops of Winchester,
Salisbury, Bath and Chichester, to discuss peace in England, and the restoring
the castle of Devizes to the diocese of Salisbury. (S) King Stephen, King,
5/24/1153, Malcolm IV
succeeded King David I of Scotland.
1153, Patrick, earl of Salisbury, a supporter of Duke Henry
when he met with King Stephen at Malmesbury, Wiltshire. (S) Henry II, New
Interpretations, 2007, P24.
11/6/1153, Signed at Westminster, the Treaty of Wallingford,
Duke Henry recognized by his cousin King Stephen of England as his heir.
Stephen was to reign without dispute until his death. Patric, earl of Salisbury
was a signer of the treaty. (S) Memoirs Illustrative … Wiltshire, Royal Arch.
1153-54, Duke Henry sent Patrick, earl of Salisbury, to destroy
a castle. [Likely a part of the treaty.]
10/25/1154, King Stephen died.
12/19/1154, Henry II crowned
King of England [Empress Matilda’s son].
3/1155 at Westminster, Earl Patric of Salisbury attested a
royal charter to Roger, earl of Hereford.
1/1156 at Dover, Earl Patric of Wiltshire present when King
Henry created Alberic as earl of Oxford.
1156, Patrick, earl of Salisbury, held 72£ in ‘terre’. (S)
Accession of Henry II, Amt, 1993, P162.
1156-60, Patrick the sheriff of Wiltshire. (S) Cambridge
Meidieval History, V6, Bury, 1929.
5/1157, Patrick, earl of Salisbury, attended the King for 6
days at Colchester where he held court.
2/1158 at Salisbury, Earl Patric attested a royal charter to
1163, Patrick appoint by King Henry to command his military
forces in Aquitaine. (S) Henry II, Warren, 1973, P103.
1/30/1164, Patrick, earl of Salisbury, a witness to the
Constitutions of Clarendon.
12/9/1165, William the
Lion succeeded King Malcom IV of Scotland.
1166, Patrick of Salisbury, held 59 knights’ fees in England
and Wales. (S) War, Government and Aristocracy in the British Isles,
Given-Wilson, 2008, P15. [Assessed on the aid of marrying the King’s daughter.]
1166, ‘Walterus de Sireburne’ used to hold 1 knight’s fee from
the abbot of Glastonbury in Somerset ‘tempore Regis Henrici’; ‘comes Patricius’
now holds the same. (S) FMG.
1167-68, Patric appointed lieutenant of Acquitaine for King
1168, A rebellion in ‘Pictavi et Aquitani ex maiori parte’
during the course of which King Henry captured ‘Lizennoium castrum’ where he
left ‘regina cum comite Patricio Salesberiense avunculo Rotrodi comitis
Perticensis.’ (S) FMG.
3/27/1168, Patric, earl of Sarum, killed in and attempt to
capture Queen Eleanor, an ambush by Guy of Lusignan s/o Hugh. They were
returning from a pilgrimage to the shrine of Saint Iago in Gallicia. Patrick
buried in the church of St. Hilary in Poictiers, France.
By 1174, Thomas Becket Archbishop of Canterbury wrote to ‘Alæ
comitissæ Warennæ’ concerning the retention from the monks of Lewes of tithes
from her dower lands. (S) FMG.
12/10/1174, Adela died.
(S) Feudal Assessments, Keefe, 1983. (S) Transactions – Bristol
and Gloucestershire, V12, 1888, P251. (S) Court, Household, And Itinerary of
King Henry II, Eyton, 1878. (S) Plantagenet Ancestry, P747.
·[Undated] William, Earl of Warren, and the
Countess Isabel his mother, and Radulfus his brother, given to the Monks of
Lewes the church of Chingestona.
·Walter of Salisbury, s/o Edward of Salisbury;
1136 witnessed a charter of King Stephen; became a monk after the death of his
·Sibyl de Chaworth a descendent of Domesday
tenent Ernulf de Hesding, who’s heir was Pain of Mundubleil. The other
descendent holding Ernulf’s lands was William fitz Alan, s/o Alan FitzFleald
& Aveline de Hesding. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V7, Eyton, 1858, P241.
·Patric brother of Sibyl, married to John FitzGilbert
“the Marshall”; brother of Hawise, married to Rotrou, comte de Perche, then
Robert of France, comte de Dreux. Patric attests charters at various times as
“Earl of Wiltshire” [1155, 1156, 1164], and as “Earl of Salisbury” [1155,
1157], and “Earl of Sarum” .
Child of William and Adela: i. Isabel Warren (94559121), born 1137 in Surrey, England. Child of Patrick and Adela: i. William Fitz Patrick (39979678), born aft. 1148 in England.