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Thursday, June 28, 2012
G27: 79959620. Galfrid FitzPayn
79959620. Galfrid fitz Payn
Geoffrey, s/o §Ralph
Paganel. (S) Yorkshire Arch. And Topo. Journal, V9, 1886, P72.
8/2/1100, Henry I
crowned King of England.
1113, Foundation charter of St. Neot’s Priory: ‘… propria manu
confirmavi. [seals] … Signum Gaufridi filii Pagani. (S) History and Antiquities
of Eynesbury, Gorham, 1820, P-CV.
1114, Geoffrey Fitz-Pain gave the chapel of All Saints,
Skewkirk, to Nostel priory.
1114-16, Geoffrey fitz Payn held 4 carucates and 3 bovates in
Ulceby. (S) Notes on Ulceby, Fletcher, 1885, P6.
1115-18, Geoffrey fitz Pain held 1 car. 4 bov. In Ribi, in
Yarborough wapentake; and 1 car. 2 bov. In Sualwa, which Widmund held of him.
(S) Record Society, V48, 1903, P100.
1121, Geoffrey fitz Pain witnessed the King’s grant of marriage
to Milo of Gloucester of Sybill de Newmarch. (S) Women of the English Nobility,
Ward, 1995, P27.
1131 at Waltham, Grant of the King for the use of the canons of
the church of the martyrs Gervase and Protase of Sees … attested … Waleran
count of Meulan, Hugh Bigot and Humphrey de Bohun sewers, Miles of Gloucester,
… Payn fitz John, … Henry de Ferrers, … Geoffrey fitz Pain, … (S) English
Historical Review, V34, 1919, P563.
1132, Grant to the hospital of Falaise … attested by … William
earl of Warren; the sewers Hugh Bigot, Humphrey de Bohun, and Robert de Curci;
Geoffrey fitz-Pain, Miles of Gloucester, Pain fitz-John, … and Aubrey de Ver,
1132, Galfrid Trussebut founded the priory of Wartre.
crowned king of England.
·Geoffrey’s lands in Lincolnshire were derived
from the estates of Roger of Poitou, who forfeited in 1102. (S) Anglo-Norman
Warfare, Strickland, 1992, P49.
·Temp, Henry I: Geoffrey held 11 carucates and
35.5 bovates. (S) Reports and Papers of the Archit. & Arch., V16, 1881.
Child of Galfrid and ?: i. William Trussebut (39979810), born ~1120 in England.