Sunday, September 30, 2012

G27: 121688174 Segrave-Lucy


121688174. Lord Nicholas de Segrave & 121688175. Maud de Lucy

~1235, Maud born in England, d/o §Geoffrey de Lucy.

12/17/1238, Nicholas born in England, s/o 243376348. Gilbert de Segrave & 4997461. Amabil de Chaucombe. (S) Magna Britannia Antiqua & Nova, Cox, 1738, P590.

6/11/1239, Maud’s father Geoffrey granted a market and fair at Weybridge, Surrey. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.

1254, Nicholas’ father died.

12/17/1254, Nicholas, age 16, identifed as the hier to his father Gilbert. (S) 5 Papers, Parlaiment Lords, 1876, P7.

4/18/1258, Nicholas de Segrave gave homage to the king for his lands. (S) 5 Papers, Parlaiment Lords, 1876, P7.

3/28/1259, Protection with clause, until Midsummer, for Nicholas de Sedgrave, going on pilgrimage to Pontigny. (S) CPRs.

10/28/1259, Of those who are crossing with the king to France and have protection … Nicholas de Segrave … (S) CPRs. [French King Louis and Queen Margaret hosted a family Christmas gathering in Paris that included King Henry III and Queen Eleanor. Margaret and Eleanor were sisters.]

12/7/1261, Notification that the king has made peace with the barons, and they are not to be charged with anything unless any of the following have not put his seal to the said peace withing 15 days, … the earl Marshal, the earl of Leicester, the earl of Warenne, Roger de Mortymer, Hugh le Despenser, William Bardolf, John de Burgo, Henry de Hastinges, John le Fiz John, Robert de Vespont, William de Muntchenesy, John le Fiz Alezn, Nicholas de Segrave, Geoffrey de Lucy. (S) CPRs.

1262, Indenture of fine made at Warwick in five weeks of Holy Trinity, between Walter de Laungeleye and Alice his wife, plaintiffs, and Nicholas de Segrave. (S) UKNA.

4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.

1263, Nicholas a leader in the revolt of the barons of Nottingham against Henry III. (S) The Historians’ History of the World, 1907, William, P381.

1263, Nicholas de Segrave summoned to receive the Order of Knighthood from the king. (S) 5 Papers, Parlaiment Lords, 1876, P7.

4/6/1264, King Henry attacked Northampton. Nicholas escaped and fled to London, where is was proclaimed commander by the citizens.

4/18/1264, Nicholas with Gilbert de Clare and Henry de Hastings at the siege of Rochester.

5/14/1264, At the battle of Lewes, Nicholas led the unit of Londoners that were attacked and routed by Prince Edward in the initial stages of the conflict. King Henry was captured by the barons. (S) The History of England: From the Earliest Times to the Death of George II, Goldsmith, 1771, P371.

12/24/1264, Nicholas, Baron Segrave, summoned to Montfort’s parliament.

1264-65, Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.

1264-68, Nicholas de Segrave, custodian of the forest between the bridges of Oxford and Stamford. (S) Medieval Fish, Vs1-2, Aston, 1988, P53.

1/14/1265, Simon de Montfort held a parliament in London that included 2 burgesses from each town, and 2 knights from each shire [county].

2/16/1265, Prohibition to Simon de Monte Forti, earl of Leicester, Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester, … Nicholas de Segrave, … going … to Dunstaple to tourney there, upon pain of forfeiture of all lands, … (S) CPRs.

8/4/1265, Nicholas wounded and captured at the battle of Evesham; the defeat of Simon de Montfort, which ended the barons’ revolt.

1/12/1266, Letters patent granting to Edmund of Lancaster the lands etc. forfeited by the earl of Leicester and Nicholas de Seagrave. (S) UKNA.

9/30/1266, Grant for life to Ralph le Butiler of the manor of Knyton late of Nicholas de Segrave, the king’s enemy, … (S) CPRs.

10/31/1266, Nicholas pardoned under the Dictum of Kenilworth.

5/12/1270, … Protection with clause volumus, for four years from Easter, for Robert de Ufford, crusader, who is going with the King and with Edward the king’s son to the Holy land. The like for the following crusaders … Nicholas de Seagrave … (S) FRsHIII.

8/19/1270, Nicholas left on the 8th crusade with Lord Edward. [Nicholas left John de Digby as his attorney.]

11/10/1270, Nicholas, with Edward, arrived in Tunis. [The French had already made a treaty and were prepared to leave.]

1/15/1271, King Edward and the crusaders returned to Sicily. [Nicholas’ name appears on a list of crusaders for 1271. (S) Inst. of Hist. Research, Vs48-49, 1975, P132.]

By 5/1271, King Edward moved his forces to Acre; waiting for support to arrive [which never came.]

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while returning from crusade.

1273, King Edward traveled over land through Italy, across the alps, and into Savoy, where he was met by English prelates and barons.

8/1274, King Edward and the English [likely including Nicholas] returned home.

8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.

7/21/1276, Ralph de Crumbewelle acknowledges he owes the merchants of Luca 1,000 marks if Nicholas de Sedgrave fails to pay. (S) CCRs.

1277, Barons, knights, and tenants made their proffer of service before Sir Bartholomew Baldesmere, lieutanant to the constable of England, and Sir Nicholas de Segrave, marischal of the king’s host. (S) Desc. View of the County of Northumberland, Mackenzie, 1825, P323.

1277-95, … Sir Nicholas de Segrave and Lady Maud his wife. … (S) UKNA.

8/7/1278, Order to cause Roger de Mowbray, imprisoned in that castle [Windesore] for certain trespasses … and for a contempt done to the king, to be delivered to Maurice de Berkley, Nicholas de Sedgrave, Emeric de Sancto Amando, Ralph Basset, … and John de Sancto Johanne, who have mainperned to have him before the king. (S) CCRs.

1279, Nicholas de Segrave has 11 v. in the vill of Stanton in socage, which belong to the manor of Stantone. (S) Feudal Cambridgeshire, P204.

1280-90, An outbreak of sheep scab devastating the flocks of England.

6/28/1283, Nicholas summoned to Shrewsbury by writ from Rhuddlan to the king to hold a colloquium to ordain what should be done with David, brother of Llewellyn, formerly prince of Wales. (S) The Titular Barony of Clavering, 1891, P16.

9/8/1284, Charter of grant to Thomas de Clare of a weekly market … Witnesses … Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster, Richard de Bruce, Reginald de Grey, Nicholas de Segrave, … (S) Cal. of Doc.s Relating to Ireland, 1879, P526.

1/23/1285, Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster, and Nicholas de Segrave contracted to sell 50 sacks of woll for delivery over 2 years, each sack to be a “great sack” of Ireland of 42 stones of woll. (S) English Wool Market, Bell, 2007, P169.

10/20/1286, Order not to molest Nicholas de Segrave for the trespasses … during the time of the disturbance in the realm … the king has pardoned him. (S) CCRs.

10/24/1287, Letters of protection for Nicholas de Segrave, traveling to Ireland.

5/18/1288, Grant … to Nicholas de Segrave of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands of William de Ferrariis, tenant in chief, in Groby, Neubotle, Farndon, Fairsted, Boulton and Leylond, … (S) CPRs.

1289, Nicholas de Segrave still owed 200 marks on his fines by the Dictum of Kenilworth in 1266. (S) 13th Century England, Coss, 1986, P5.

9/1290, Nicholas a commissioner of oyer and terminer in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.

1291, Nicholas a commissioner of oyer and terminer in Warwickshire.

4/17/1292, Nicholas given letters of protection, staying in Scotland on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.

1292, Receipt by Nicholas de Segrave, castellan of Dumbarton and Ayr, for 40£. received from the Chamberlain of Scotland and his associate in part payment of his wages. Edinburgh. (S) UKNA.

7/14/1292, Nicholas de Seagrave, the elder, granted a market and fair at Mountsorrel, Leicestershire. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516.

10/18/1293, Nicholas de Segrave, the elder, acknowledges he owes Master William de Pykering 20£. (S) CCRs.

5/28/1294, Geoffrey de Segrave, clk., granted custody of the squestration in the church of Bonington’ at Thorpe by Sir Nicholas de Segrave. (S) Register of John le Romeyn, V1, Brown, 1913, P321.

11/25/1294, Nicholas witnessed a royal charter.

2/13/1294-5, Stephen de Segrave, clk., granted custody of the squestration in the church of Bonington’ at Thorpe, presented by Sir Nicholas de Segrave, knt., his father. (S) Register of John le Romeyn, V1, Brown, 1913, P325.

8/1295, Nicholas summoned to parliament.

11/12/1295, “Nicholas de Segrave, the elder: Huntingdonshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire” died. (S) UKNA, IPM.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P176. (S) History of the County of Derby, Pt1, Glover, 1829, P398. (S) DNB, V51.

Children of Nicholas and Maud:

i. John de Segrave (4997378), born 1256 in England.

ii. Nicholas de Seagrave, born ? in England.

6/13/1282, William le Botiller of Werinton owes to Nicholas de Segrave, the younger, 20 marks. (S) CCRs.

Bef. 1/20/1297, Sir Nicholas de Segrave, Lord Segrave, of Stowe, Northamptonshire, married Alice de Armenters, widow of Gerard de Lisle.

1305, Sir Nicholas challenged Sir James de Cromwell to battle, but King Edward I would not authorize the contest; whereon Nicholas challenged Cromwell to meet him in France.

iii. Eleanor Segrave (60844087), born ~1270 in England.

iv. Geoffrey de Segrave, born ? in England.

6/18/1304, Grant to John de Segrave the younger, in consideration of the service of him and of John de Segrave the elder, of the marriage of some heir who has 500£ a year of land … to Geoffrey de Segrave, brother of John de Segrave the elder, … marriage … 200£ a year of land. (S) CPRs.

Saturday, September 29, 2012

G27: 121688172 Zouche-Longespee


121688172. Sir Roger la Zouche & 121688173. Ela Longespee

1241, Roger born in England, heir & s/o 243376344. Alan la Zouche & 243376345. Ellen de Quincy.

~1245, Ela born in England, coheir & elder d/o 243376346. Stephen Longespee & 243376347. Emmeline Ridelisford.

Bef. 1267, Roger married Ela.

6/1270, Engaged in a lawsuit with John de Warren, Earl of Surrey; Alan and his son Roger attacked and wounded by the Earl before the Justices of Westminister hall.

8/10/1270, Roger’s father Alan died of the inflicted wounds.

10/20/1270, The king has taken the homage of Roger la Zusche son and heir of Alan la Zuch’ lately deceased for all the lands and tenements which the same Alan his father held of the king in chief on the day he died. (S) FRsHIII.

12/28/1270, Ellen late the wife of Alan la Zouche; going beyond seas, nominates her attorney, Roger la Zuche. (S) CPRs.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.

10/14/1275, Laurence de Ceatria acknowledges tha the owes to Roger la Zuch 4£ 10s 0d … (S) CCRs.

Bef. 7/19/1276, Ela died.

1277, Roger summoned against the Welsh.

11/17/1276, Whereas the king learns … executors of the will of Alan la Zuch have sufficient goods  … for the 80£ 16s 10.5d that are exacted from Roger la Zuch, son and heir of Alan, for the arrears of Alan’s account for the time he was sheriff of Northamptonshire, … Roger to be acquitted … (S) CCRs.

1279, John de Ripariis holds one knight's fee of the Honour of Wallingford under Roger la Suche. (S) Publications, V88, 1930.

1281, … Dobis de Dno Roger la Zouche, et idm Roger ten in cap de dno rege postquam … (S) Noices of the Churches of Cambridgeshire, Hill, 1880, P104.

1281, William la Suche called to warranty Roger la Sushe, who stated that Black Torrington, with its fair had been held by Joelus del Meyne. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.

1282, Roger la Zuch holds a third part of the Fiendish Hundred; and a third part of the vill of Fulburne of the honor of Richmond in socage for a pair of spurs and hn. for royal service.

1282-3, Roger summoned against the Welsh.

6/28/1283, Roger la Zusche summoned to Shrewsbury by writ from Rhuddlan to the king to hold a colloquium to ordain what should be done with David, brother of Llewellyn, formerly prince of Wales. (S) The Titular Barony of Clavering, 1891, P16.

Bef. 10/15/1285, Roger, knt. of Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire, died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P176. (S) Feudal Cambridgeshire.

Child of Roger and Ela:

i. Alan la Zouche (60844086), born 10/9/1267 in England.

G27: 121688162 Martel


121688162. Sir Roger Martel & 121688163. Joan ?

10/22/1272, Grant of a weekly market on Tuesdays at Hinton Martel to Roger Martel, Dorset, to be held at the manor. (S) Royal Charter Witness Lists of Henry III, Morris, 2001, P292. [Also granted a market at Great Glen, Leicestershire.]

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.

1275, Appointment of John de Cobeham and Elias de Beckingham to take the assise of darien presentment arraigned by Roger Martel against Margaret Martel, touching the church of Merston, Sussex. (S) Report of the Deputy Keeper, V43, 1883, P184.

1275, Assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Robert de Moyne Martel and Roger Kamyn against Roger Martel … common pasture in Hodemein, Dorset. (S) Report of the Deputy Keeper, V44, P138.

1278, Mesne tenants under the overlords included Roger Martel who held Carlton of Alan la Zouche. (S) Carlton Curlieu, A History of the County of Leicestershire, V5, 1964.

1279, Roger Martel a commissioner for gaol delivery at Ilchester. (S) House of Commons Papers, V44, 1887, P97.

2/21/1280, Roger died at Shireburne; his heirs his daughter Ela age 7; her younger sister Joan. (S) Christchurch Priory Cartulary, Hanna, 2007, P484.

5/16/1280, To the sheriff of Dorset. Order to cause dower to be assigned to Joan, late the wife of Roger Martel, tenant in chief, upon her taking oath not to marry without the king’s licence. (S) CCRs.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, 108.

Family notes:

·         6/26/1280, Inspeximus … A charter where by Eleanor, the king’s mother, lady of Ireland and duchess of Aquitaine gave … witnesses … Sir Roger Martel … (S) CChRs.

·         1223-38, a likely ancestor named Roger Martel, and heir of Jordan de St. Martin, is notable in historical records.

Children of Roger and Joan:

i. Ela Martel (60844081), born 1273 in England.

ii. Joan Martel, born ? in England.

Friday, September 28, 2012

G27: 121688160 FitzPeter-Vivonne-Stanford


121688160. Sir Reynold FitzPiers & 121688161. Joan de Vivonne & 60841863. Alice de Stanford



~1220, Reynold [or Reginald] born in Wales, 2nd s/o 9994954. Peter Fitz Herbert & 243376321. Sibil de Dynaunt.
1235, Reynold’s father died.
6/6/1235, Reginald’s older brother Herbert did homage for their father’s lands.
Bef. 5/27/1248, Reynold heir to his older brother Herbert Fitz Piers.
1249, Reginald fitz Peter suing Thomas Corbet over a fined Thomas had levied with his brother Herbert.
[–––Reynold & Alice–––]
Bef. 9/1249, Reynold married Alice.
12/28/1249, John de Hybernia gone to Ireland on the affairs of Reginald son of Peter and Alice his wife. (S) CPRs.
11/1250, Reginald fitz Peter’s suit with Thomas Corbet still pending.
1251, Joan born in England, coheir & eldest d/o 243376322. William de Fortibus & 243376323. Maud de Ferrers.
1252, Ralph Bethune and his wife Elizabeth released their right to land in Mowthorpe held of Reginald fitz-Peter, tenant of the archbishop. (S) Early Yorkshire Charters, Farrer, 1915, P338.
8/6/1253, Reynold with King Henry as he left for Gascony from Portsmouth with 300 ships to suppress a rebellion.
10/15/1253 at Benauge, France [east of Bordeaux], Licence for life for Reynold son of Peter to hunt with his own dogs the hare and fox … counties of Southampton and Berks … (S) CPRs.
10/17/1253, Mandate to Walerand le Tieis … to go in person to the court of Reginald son of Peter of Beleinlenevy and cause to be recited a plea … (S) CPRs.
12/28/1253, Henry’s army in camp at Bazas, France [southeast of Bordeaux].
3/19/1254, Henry’s army in camp at Meilhan, France [south of Bordeaux, near the Spanish border].
8/12/1254, Henry’s retinue in camp at Bordeaux, France.
11/20/1254, Henry’s retinue in camp at Orleans, France.
1/1255, King Henry returned his army to England.
1255, Reginald assessed aid for the knighting of Prince Edward.
1255, William de Horton does suit for half a hide which he holds in Wodecote under Sir Reginald fitz Peter.
6/29/1256, Whereas Robert de Sancto Johanne, with the king’s consent, has given to Reynold son of Peter the marriage of John his son and heir, to the use of Alice daughter of the said Reynold and has married the said John to Alice, the king confirms the said marriage … (S) CPRs.
5/10/1257, Mandate to Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, …, Reynold son of Peter, Roger de Mortuo Mari, … Walter de Clifford, … Thomas Corbet, John Lestrange, John son of Alan, Fulk son of Warin, Griffin son of Maddoc and Ralph le Botiller, to be of counsel and aid to John de Grey, appointed by Edward the king’s son to keep the march of Wales … and to be captain of his army … (S) CPRs.
1258, Reynold summoned to service in Wales with 92 other tenants in chief [listed ahead of Thomas Corbet.] (S) Barons of the Welsh Frontier, Miesel, 1980, P120.
1259, Reginald fitz Peter seeking a suit to compel Thomas Corbet to have boundaries drawn between Pauntesbir’ and Caus.
1259, Reginald summoned to aid Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford, in defense of the Marches against Welsh prince Llywelyn ap Gruffydd.
8/2/1259, Joan age 8, her marriage granted to Ingram de Percy of Dalton Percy.
1260, Reginald excused of scutage for service in Wales.
2/3/1261, Suit of novel disseizin arraigned by Baldwin de Bolers and his wife against Reginald fitz Peters and others, … tenement in Mariton.
6/17/1261, Grant to Reynold son of Peter of 60 marks … until the king provide for him more bountifully in wards and escheates. (S) CPRs.
7/9/1261, Reginald apponted sheriff of Southampton and constable of Winchester castle. (S) CPRs.
[–––Joan & Ingram de Percy–––]
1262, Joan 1st married to Ingram de Percy.
7/2/1262, Mandate to ... to deliver the manor of Freitmauntell to Reynold son of Peter … (S) CPRs.
10/1262, Ingram died. [No children.]
10/10/1262, Joan’s marriage right granted to Queen Eleanor.
12/1262, P. de Monte Forti wrote to Henry III King, reporting that he "found the Welsh march in great confusion" and names dominorum Humfridi de Boun, Reginaldi filii Petri …
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
4/1263, Reginald son of Peter, 30m. for Easter term year 47 of his annual fee of 60m. Paid to the same in tallies. (S) CLRs VI, 2356.
1263, Reynold fought battles in Wales.
10/28/1263, Mandate to the constable of the castle of Porecestre to permit the wife of Reynold son of Peter to dwell in the castle until the disturbance in the realm be appeased. (S) CPRs.
12/24/1263, … King Henry II bought a place in Winchester … the king grats it to Reynold son of Peter and his heirs for ever at a rent of 10s a year. (S) CPRs.
1/23/1264, Reginald associated with the decision by the king of France as to the invalidity of the Provisions of Oxford.
3/20/1264, Mandate to the knights and freemen of the county of Southampton … to come with horses and arms … to Oxford by Mid Lent … and R. son of Peter, sheriff of Southampton, has been commanded to ask and induce them to do this, to whom they are to be intendant … (S) CPRs.
 [–––Joan & Emery de Roche Chaward–––]
4/1264 in Poitou, Simon de Rochechouart [future archbishop of Bordeaux] announced the marriage contract between his nephew Aimery IX and Maud [Joan’s mother], their 2 older children were also contracted to marry – Aimery’s two older sons to Maud’s 2 older daughters, including Joan. Maud settled the Pembroke manor of Carlion (Caerleon, Wales) on Joan.
5/14/1264, King Henry captured at the battle of Lewes, “at the Mill of the Hide”.
1264-65, Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.
7/31/1265, Reynold fought at Kenilworth in support of Henry III against the Barons headed by Simon de Montfort.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham, effectively ending he barons’ revolt.
8/24/1265, Protection until Easter for Reynold son of Peter and Alice his wife. (S) CPRs.
9/1266, 500 acres of land and 500 acres of bose in Pauntesbir’ in dispute between Reginald fitz Peter and Thomas Corbet.
Alice, 1st wife of Reynold, died.
10/3/1267, Remission … of the king’s indignationa and rancour … by occasion of trespasses which he is said to have done at the time of the disturbance … Reynold son of Peter … (S) CPRs.
12/1/1268, Pleas at Fordingbridge, Hampshire. Reginald fitz Peter one of the guarantors for William of Ross. (S) Functions of the Medieval Parliament, Sayles, 1988, P117.
1268-9, Aimar de Rochechouart and Maud de Kyme, his wife, exchanged Corlyon for the manor of Kilsmersdon in Somerset with Maud’s daughter Joan. (S) History of the Parish of Kilmersdon, Hylton, 1910, P4.
7/15/1269, Aunsell de Gurnay and his wife Sibyl warranted Emery de Roche Chaward, son of Emery de Roche Chaward, and Joan his wife, Sibyl, Mabel and Cecily, the daughters and heirs of William de Fortibus relating to land in Corfton.
12/26/1269, Pardon to Reynold son of Peter and household who were faithful at the said time [of the disturbance]. (S) CPRs.
Aimery “Emery” de Rochechouart, Joan’s 2nd husband, died [or the marriage was annulled.]
[–––Reynold & Joan–––]
Reynold of Wales, … married Joan.
10/1272, At the assizes Reginald fitz Peter is entered as not prosecuting his Plea de fine facto against Thomas Corbet.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1/1273, Reginald in a suit with the abbot of Brecknock.
1273, Reginald rebuked for his assaults on castles in Brecknock against the earl of Hereford’s lands. (S) English Aristocracy at War, Simpkin, 2008, P56.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
10/1274, Reginald fitz Peter holding half a fee in Thomas Corbet’s barony and as owing suit to the court of Caus.
5/1/1275, Admission of David de pauntesber’ to the church orf Lonesburgh on the presentation of Sir Reginald fitz Peter. Register of Walter Giffard, Brown, 1904, P288.
10/28/1275, Letters and protection with clause volumus for Reginald son of Peter, going beyond seas, nominating … (S) CPRs.
7/22/1276, Edward I granted the manor of Freemantle with the royal houses, park and all appurtenances to Reginald FitzPeter, for life. (S) CPRs. [6 months later the houses were surrendered to Pain de Chaworth, who had them torn down for the timber.]
6/1277, King Edward was in Chester where he cleared a road through a dense forest, and started construction on the castles of Flint and Rhuddlan. King Edward made forays into the Welsh lands of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, prince of Wales, capturing Snowdonia and the isle of Anglesey.
7/19/1277, Reginald son of Peter in service in Wales with the King. (S) CPRs.
10/13/1278, The bishop of Pontesbury recited that Sir Reginald fitz Peter ha broken the locks and doors of the Prenbendaries’ barns, carried off their good and fruits, … .
1280, Reginald Fitz Peter claimed the right to tumbril and the fines of the assize of bread and ale in Wolverton. (S) Victoria Hist. of Hampshire, Doubleday, 1973, P272.
1280, Reynold served in Wales.
1280, Joan, wife of Reginald fitzPiers, in a suit with Peter de Saint Hilaire over the manor of Corston Denham.
11/24/1281, Commission of oyer … touching person who hunted and took deer in the park of Reginald son of Peter at Bedhampton, co. Southampton. (S) CPRs.
1282, “dominus Reginaldus filius Petri” among those sent to fight Llywelyn Prince of Wales. [King Edward set up residence at Rhudlan castle, Flintshire, where he held court.]
12/1282, King Edward defeated Llewelyn ap Gruffydd at the battle of Radnor in eastern Wales.
1283, Licence for Reginald son of Peter to sport along the whole river Kenette during this season. (S) CPRs.
1/14/1284, Protection with clause for Reginald son of Peter going beyond seas. (S) CPRs.
8/13/1284, Frater Johannes wrote to Reginaldo Filio Petri asking him to cease molesting the priory of Brecon. (S) Registrum Epistolarum Fratris Johannis Peckham, Pt3, 1885, P810.
By 5/5/1285, Reynold of Blaen Llyfni in Cathedine, Breconshire, Wales died. (S) IPM held 1/21/1285-6.
12/15/1290, letters to Joan de Vivonia, going beyond the seas, nominating Henry de Somery and Roger de Essex her attorneys for one year.
1293, Johanna de “Vinonia” claimed the market of Market Weighton, Yorkshire, in dower of the inheritance of John son of Reginald [Reynold], son of the grantee. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516.
1300, Cecily de Beauchamp purchased her sister Sibyl’s share of their inheritiance for £1000 with approval of her sister Joan de Vivonia, and their nephew Aymer de Archiaco.
7/4/1300, Joan, late the wife of Reginald son of Peter to grant the manor of Chuyton (being her share of the inheritance of William de Fortibus) to Peter son of Reginald; Peter re-granting it to Joan for life. (S) CPRs.
7/18/1301, Licence for a fine by Peter son of Reginald, for Joan, late the wife of Reginald son of Peter, to grant … Chuyton … remainders in fee tail, to the said Peter, Reginald son of Reginald, and William son of Reginald, his brothers, with reversion to the next heirs of Joan. (S) CPRs.
7/21/1301, Letter for Joan de Vivonia, going beyond seas, nominating … attorneys for two years … [Joan spent much of her time in France.] (S) CPRs.
6/10/1304, Licence granted by the sheriff of Bedford for Joan, late the wife of Reginald son of Peter to grant part of the manor of Luyton, being her purparty of the inheritance of Matilda de Kyme her mother [as by her 1st marriage], to Reginald son of Peter. (S) CPRs.
6/20/1304, Licence granted by the sheriff of Somerset for Joan, late the wife of Reginald son of Peter, to grant part of the manor of Midsummer Norton, her purparty of the inheritance of William de Fortibus her father, to Reginald son of Reginald.
1304, Joan receiving a dower of 200 livres from the viscountcy of Rochechouart.
6/6/1306, Agatha Taillard at her death held … seventh of the manor of Stuministre Marshall of the grant of Eleanor, late countess of Winchester, and that Joan de Vivona and Cecily de Bello Campo, Eleanor’s nieces, Aymer de Archiaco, her kinsman, and Sibyl wife of Guy de Rupe Cauardi, her niece, James de Bohun, deceased, and John de Mohun, her nephews, and Agatha de Mortuomari, her sister, are her next heirs and are of full age. (S) CCRs.
1307, Joan de Vivonia sued her nephew Aymer de Archiaco for a debt.
10/1/1310, Joan de Vivonia to grant parts of the manor of Oarbry, Ireland to Reginald son of Reginald.
6/1/1314, Joan died; son Peter her heir.
(S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V7, 1858. (S) Magna Carta Ancestry, 107. (S) Portraits of Medieval Women, Mitchell, 2003, P25.

Family notes:

·         Descended from Herbert fitz Herbert, whose brother William, treasure of the church of York, and afterwards archbishop … Reginald Fitz Peter’s father, Peter fitz Herbert, married Sibil, daughter and co-heiress of Joceus de Dynaunt, … Hawyse, the other heiress, married Fulk fitz Warine. The descent is set out in a suit in 1346 … William fitz Warine … plaintiff, and Reginald fitz Peter’s great grandson, Matthew fitz Herbert, the defendant. (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V23, 1898, P46.
·         6/8/1314: IPM of Joan de Vivonia: Bedford … held for life by the demise of Reginald son of Reginald son of Peter, … Southampton … held in dower … by the assignment of his son John, … the said John long before he died enfeoffed Herbert [age 40] his son and heir … Essex … in dower … Berks … in dower … Somerset … by service … Chiwton … remainder to Peter son of Reginald … Dorset … Peter son of Reginald and of the said Joan, aged 40 and more, is her next heir … (S) CIsPM.

Children of Reynold and Alice:
i. Alice Fitz Peter (30420931), born ~1250 in England.
ii. Eleanor Fitz Peter (23641867), born ~1252 in England.
iii. John fitz Reginald, born bef. 1273 in England. [Heir]

John married Agnes ?.
6/8/1294, John 1st summoned to parliament.
8/6/1307, John last summoned to parliament.
4/2/1308, Grant for life to John son of Reginald son of Peter of the castles, towns and manors of Bleynleveny and Blockedynas, … (S) CPRs.
By 1309, John died.

Children of Reynold and Joan:
i. Peter Fitz Reynold (60844080), born 1273 in England.
ii. Alice fitz Reynold, born ? in England.

Alice married Peter de Barneville.
6/14/1317, Licence for Peter son of Reginald to grant a messuage … in Westkyngton to Peter de Barneville and Alice his sister, for their lives, with reversion to himself and his heirs. (S) CPRs.

iii. Reginald fitz Reginald, born ? in England.
iv. Margery fitz Reynold, born ? in England.

Margery married Peter de Wilteshire.
12/20/1317, Licence for Peter son of Reginald to enfeoff Peter de Wilteshire of a messuage … in Westkynton, co. Wilts, … to Margery, late the wife of Aymer de Wilteshire, and Philip her son, to hold to them and the heirs of Philip. (S) CPRs.

v. William fitz Reginald, born ? in England. 

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

G27: 121685152 Brewes-Clare


121685152. Baron William de Brewes & 121685153. Maud de Clare

1175, William born in England, heir & s/o 189118344. William de Braose & 189118345. Maud de Saint Valery.

~1175, Maud born in England, d/o 39979056. Richard de Clare & 39979057. Amicia, Countess of Gloucester.

Bef. 1198, William married Maud, acquiring the town and manor of Buckingham.

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

By 1203, William [the father] had demised much of his English and Welsh lands on his son William.

1207, A tenant of the honour of Bramber brought a recognition against William the elder for 4 knights’ fees. William the elder responded that he could not comply because his son William held the land.

3/13/1208, William became a “hostage” of King John, but was placed in the custody of his brother-in-law Walter de Lacy.

1208, William had to provide his sons John and Giles as hostages to King John. [King John, facing a papal interdict, was taking hostages from any nobles who’s loyalty was suspect. King John at the time was also focused on issues with Scotland.]

1210, William de Broase [the father] initially a supporter of King John, had to flee England for Ireland.

6/10/1210, King John going to Ireland, landed at Waterford, and looked for rebel William. King John recieve homage from the Irish Chieftains who helped in the quest. William escaped, but his wife and son [Maud & William, and a daughter] were captured [probably in Scotland]. King John had them transported to Windsor Castle where they were put in a dungeon.

1210, William, “Willielmus iunior, dominus de Brecheniauc”, starved to death with his mother in Windsor castle, Corfe, England by King John. [A major factor in the future revolt of the barons.]

8/9/1211, William [the father] died in exile in Corbeil, France.

7/28/1213, Maud restored to her father.

1/1214, William’s sons John and Giles were transferred to a new custodian.

10/18/1216, King John died.

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.

1217, Maud had letters of conduct to return to England.

1219, Maud sued her brother-in-law Reynold de Brewes over her dower lands.

7/10/1220, Maud living.

(S) King John, the Braoses, and the Celtic Fringe, Holden. (S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P133.

Family notes:

·         William the younger, “domini mei”, made a grant to Brecon priory.

·         There is a “William de Braose/Brausa/Bruse” in at least 8 records of Henry III between 1223 and 1234 [died bef 5/18/1234]. (S) CPRs, FRsHIII. [This William associated with lands in Wales.]

Children of William and Maud: [4 sons, 1 daughter]

i. John de Brewes (60842576), born 1197 in England.

iv. Walter de Brewes, born ? in England.

By 6/1222, Walter married 23639789. Hawise de Londres, heiress of Kidwelly, Wales.

1233, Walter and his wife Hawise sued the abbot of Gloucester for the church of Hannington, Wiltshire.

Bef. 1/14/1234, Walter died.

i. Maud de Brewes (189134935), born ~1205 in England.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

G26: 60845206 Burgh


60845206. Earl Richard de Burgh & 60845207. Margaret ?

1259, Richard de Burgo born in England, heir & s/o 121690412. Walter de Burgh & 121690413. Aveline Fitz John.

Margaret a member of Queen Eleanor’s household.

1271, Richard, “the Red Earl”, heir to his father as Lord of Connaught and Munster, Ireland.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.

1/5/1281, Richard took livery of his lands.

2/15/1282, Protection, in Ireland, with clause volumus, for 3 years, for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, staying with the King in England. (S) CPRs.

6/28/1283, Grant to Richard de Burgo and Margaret his wife of all the land which Emelina, late the wife of Hugh de Lascy, sometime earl of Ulster, held in Ulster, for the life of the said Margaret. (S) CPRs.

1283, Queen Eleanor granted Richard and Margaret her manor of Roteneche, Ireland.

7/22/1284 at Caernarfon, Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster, attending a tournament with King Edward, witnessed a royal charter. (S) Foundations of Medieval Scholarship, Brand, 2008, P76.

1/20/1285, Grant to Christiana de Mariscis that she may sell … land of Lossemak, in Ireland, of the fee of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster … (S) CPRs.

1/23/1285, Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster, and Nicholas de Segrave contracted to sell 50 sacks of woll for delivery over 2 years, each sack to be a “great sack” of Ireland of 42 stones of woll. (S) English Wool Market, Bell, 2007, P169.

1286, Richard claimed the lands of Theobald de Verdon in Meath and forcibly took possession of them.

1286-88, Richard invaded Connaught, plundering monasteries and churches and taking hostages. His major opponent was John Fitz Thomas, later 1st Earl of Kildare.

6/4/1290, After capturing the Isle of Man with Thomas de Clare of Thomond, Richard and the “Turnberry” band turned the Isle over to King Edward. (S) CPRs.

10/26/1291, Grant to Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, who has graciously granted to the king a 15th of his moveables … his liberties in Ireland, that this shall not be to his prejudice … (S) CPRs.

1292, Richard attacked Magnus O’Connor, king of Connaught, and forced him into submission at his castle of Milic.

1293, Richard de Burgh granted his brother William the town mill and 5 carucates of land at Carnmoney (Coule). (S) Anglo-Norman Ulster, McNeill, 1980.

1294, Richard summoned to serve against the French. [King Edward was involved in a long war to protect lands in Gascony from Philip IV of France.]

12/6/1294, Richard captured with his brother William and held prisoner at the castle of Ley by John Fitz Thomas.

3/12/1295, Richard and William liberated by order of the Parliament held at Kilkenny, giving as hostages Richard’s 2 sons; and a 2 year truce was initiated. (S) Earls of Kildare, Fitz-Gerald, 1858, P25.

1/3/1296, The K. to Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster, Geoffrey de Geynville, … summoned to be Whytheweyhamme on the first of March to depart in the King’s service. (S) Cal. of Doc.’s Relating to Ireland, 1881, P126.

4/27/1296, Richard provided an Irish army of about 3000 for King Edward as he invaded Scotland with a force of 25,000, and won the battle of Dunbar against the forces of John Comyn and his son.

5/13/1296, Richard feasted with King Edward at the castle of Roxburgh in Scotland. (S) Irish Arch. Soc., V10, 1846, P24.

6/14/1296, King Edward captured Stirling castle, and then Edinburgh castle in an 8 day seige. The defeat was such that the Scot king, John de Baliol, abdicated and went into exile in France.

9/5/1296, Pardon, for his services in the Scotch war, to Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, of all homocides, robberies and trespasses in Ireland charged against him. (S) CPRs.

10/10/1296, Confirmation of a charter of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster and lord of Cannaught, to James, steward of Scotland, and Egidia the earl’s sister, granting to them … in free marriage his castle of Roo, and the borough … (S) CPRs.

1297, Richard coheir to his uncle Richard Fitz John, 1st Lord Fitz John.

8/23/1297, Richard with King Edward left England with 500 ships to attack France and assert his rights. Because of the refusal of many barons, Edward only had a small contingent of knights. The army sailed for Flanders to seek additional support.

1298, Through an exchange of lands, Richard and the Fitz John family came to a truce.

1299, Richard served in the army of King Edward. (S) History of the Viceroys of Ireland, Gilbert, 1865, P127.

11/16/1299, Protection with clause volumus, for 1 year, for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, staying in Ireland. (S) CPRs.

1/17/1300, Appointment of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, … to pray and require, in the king’s name, a subsidy from the earls, barons, knights and others in Ireland, as the king proposes … to set forth against the Scots. (S) CPRs.

1300, Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, founded the convent of Loughrea for Carmelites. (S) Ecclesiastical History of Ireland, Brenan, 1840, P40.

1301, Richard did not send support to King Edward’s invasion of Scotland.

6/8/1302, Letters for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, staying in Ireland, nominating … (S) CPRs.

1303, Before departing for Scotland, Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, created 33 knights at the castle of Dublin. (S) History of the Viceroys of Ireland, Gilbert, 1865, P127.

7/1303, Richard and Eustace le Poert raised invaded Scotland in aid to the King of England with 4000 infantry. They captured the castle of Inverkip and Rothesay. (S) A History of Clan Campbell, V2, Campbell, 2000, P55.

9/1303, The army of Richard and Eustace returned to Ireland, but Richard stayed with King Edward.

1304, Margaret died.

4/1304, Richard with King Edward at the 90-day siege of Stirling castle.

7/22/1304, Grant to Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, with the assent of Margaret, queen of England, the king’s consort, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the land and heir of Ralph Pypard, tenant in chief. (S) CPRs.

8/15/1304, Pardon, in consideration for his service in Scotland, to Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, of all debts due from him. (S) CPRs.

6/24/1305, Letters for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, staying in Ireland, nominating … (S) CPRs.

1305-6, Richard, aided by his son-in-law Thomas de Multon, who brought a retinue of 19, including 2 knights, set up the defence of his estates against Robert de Bruce. (S) 13th Century England, 2005, P225.

4/28/1306, Licence, … for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, of land and rent … to 24 chaplains celebrating devine service daily in a chapel in Loghre or Typerbryde, newly built, for the souls of the earl and his ancestors. (S) CPRs.

2/3/1307, Simple protection, for 2 years, for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, staying in Ireland. (S) CPRs.

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

6/1308, Richard appointed Lt. of Ireland, then immediately canceled in favor of Piers de Gavaston.

1308-18, Richard summoned to attend the English parliaments.

1309, Richard present at the Kilkenny parliament with the Viceroy, Piers de Gaveston.

9/12/1309, Writ to the treasurer, King Edward owed Richard de Burgh £4000 for his wages in the Scotch war, of which £2150 15s was still due – the king ordered payment. (S) Irish Archaeological Society, V2, 1842, P47.

1310, Richard present at the Kilkenny parliament with John Wogan, Justiciary. (S) Annales Hiberniae, Grace, 1842, P57.

1310, King Edward granted Kilsarin to Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster. (S) Colonisation and Conquest, Smith, 1999, P130.

1311, King Edward, expecting a war with Scotland, sent instructions to the Earl of Ulster [Richard] and others to find a way to settle or defer their quarrels. (S) Invasion of Ireland, Colvin, 1901, P8.

1312, Richard fortified Galway by strengthing the town walls and erecting a “great gate.” (S) Celtic Ireland West, Lavin, 2003, P81.

4/1313, King Edward summoned all the Irish chiefs under his obediance to come with Richard de Burgh, earl of Ulster, to meet him at Berwick to go agains the Scots. (S) Cameos from English History, Yonge, 1869, P415.

1313, Richard’s eldest son John murdered in Ireland. (S) Companion … History of England, Fisher, 1832, P109.

Bef. 6/8/1314, Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, testified to the fitness for office of Nicholas de Staveleye – custody of the writs and rolls of the Bench, Dublin. (S) CPRs.

3/12/1315, Petition of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, who had sent to Gascony his ship ‘la Grace Deu’ from Ireland, which had had its cargo confiscated on the return trip at Cornwall. (S) CPRs.

1315, Richard raised an army against Robert de Brus’ army invading Ireland, but was beaten in battle at Connor in Antrim.

1316, Richard and the other Irish lords took an oath to defend the country.

9/24/1316, Safe conduct for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, coming to England by the King’s command, and for his family. (S) CPRs.

2/21/1317, Richard arrested by the Mayor of Dublin.[Apparently because he failed in resisting the invasion of Robert Bruce.]

5/8/1317, Richard freed from imprisonment. (S) The Bruce, Barbour, 1997, P582.

7/11/1318, Licence for Robert de Monte Alto and Emma his wife, who hold of Whaddon, … in dower of the said Emma of the inheritance of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster … licence for the earl of Ulster to grant his reversion … (S) CPRs.

1319, Richard de Burgo expelled Domnall from Tir nEogain in favor of the descendants of Aed Buide. (S) Medieval Ireland, Duffy, 2005, P793.

9/19/1322, Notification, on behalf of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, that he has borne himself well towards Edward I and the king. (S) CPRs.

4/8/1323, Simple protection, until Christmas, for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, and William de Burgo, coming to the king on the king’s business. (S) CPRs.

9/15/1324, Toirdhealbhach O Conor, king of Connacht, acknowledged himself bound to behave towards Earl Richard de Burgh and his men according to the former best behaviour of his father, Aodh O Conor. (S) England and Ireland, Otway-Ruthven, 1981, P215.

7/29/1326, Richard, knt., 3rd Earl of Ulster, died at the monastery of Athassel-on-the-Suir, Tipperary; his heir his grandson William [who succeeded 4 years later]. (S) King Edward II, Haines, 2003, P300.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P150.

Children of Richard and Margaret: [4 sons, 6 daughters]

i. Margaret de Burgh, born ? in England/Ireland.

Margaret married Gilbert de Clare, s/o 4997382. Earl Gilbert de Clare & 4997383. Joan of Acre.

ii. John de Burgh (60842364), born ~1280 in England.

iii. Eleanor de Burgh (30422603), born 1283 in England.

iv. Catherine de Burgh, born ? in England/Ireland.

8/5/1312 at Greencastle, Catherine married Maurice fitz Gerald, 1st earl of Desmond.

iv. Joanna de Burgh, born ? in England/Ireland.

Joan married Thomas fitz Gerald, 2nd earl of Kildare.

7/3/1329, Joan married John d’Arcy, 1st baron Darcy de Knayth. (S) DNB, V19, P146.

v. Elizabeth de Burgh, born ? in England/Ireland.

1302, Elizabeth married Robert the Bruce.

1306, Robert the Bruce crowned King of Scotland.

10/26/1327, Elizabeth died; buried at Dunfermline abbey.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

G27: 121684552 Cobham-Septvans


121684552. John de Cobham & 121684553. Joan Septvans


1230, John born in England, s/o 243369104. John de Cobham & 243369105. Maud FitzBenedict.
Joan born in England, d/o §Sir Robert de Septvans.
1251-2, John, a minor when his father died, became a ward of his uncle Reginald.
By 1258, John’s uncle Reginald died.
12/18/1259, John de Cobeham appointed sheriff of Kent. (S) Lists and Indexes, V9, 1898, P67.
5/19/1260, Mandate to John de Cobbeham to aid William de Say at Rouecestre. (S) CPRs.
5/13/1261, Appointment of John de Cobbeham, sheriff of Kent, to receive the knights, freemen and others of that county who lately did not do their fealty to the king, the fealty due by them to him. (S) CPRs.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
4/18/1264, Under Simon de Montfort, John at the siege of Rochester castle being held for the king by Earl John Warrenne.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham in Worcestershire, ending the barons’ revolt.
8/14/1266, Pardon to John de Cobeham, Simon de Chilton, … for the death of John de Wautham, … not guilty of the said death in deed or assent, aid, procuring or receiving. (S) CPRs.
1267-71, John an itinerant justice of the Common Pleas.
8/24/1268, Appointment of … and John de Cobeham as justices in eyre for common pleas … Surrey. (S) CPRs.
1269-70, John de Cobham divided a portion of the landed goods that fell to him among his stepbrothers, the sons of his father’s 2nd wife Ione, d/o Hugh Nevill. (S) Thomas de Cobham, Bishop of Worcester, 1923, P4.
1270, John a justice of the Common Pleas with a grant of £40 yearly for the office.
2/1271, John, a Justice of the King’s bench at Westminster.
1272, Eyre at Cambridge, … justiciarij itinerantes apud Cantebrigian : videlicet magister Rogerus de Seytone, Adam de Greneuile, Johannes de Cobeham, … milites … (S) Liber Memorandorum, Clark, 2011, P129.
1273, Whereas the sheriff had mandate to distrain John de Cobbeham, … and Roger de Northwud, … (S) Calendar of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews, 1910, P105.
1273-4, John a Jusice Itinerant in Middlesex.
1273-4, John de Cobham justice for the delivery of Newgate Gaol. (S) Selden Society, V15, 1902, P21.
1275, John, a King’s Serjeant-at-law, Justice of the King’s bench, and Baron of the Exchequer.
12/10/1276, Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bobham and Hamo Hauteyn … (S) CPRs.
1/14/1277, Association of … and John de Lovetot with Roger de Northwode and John de Cobham to inquire whether Roger de Leyburn in his lifetime was indebted to the Jewry. (S) CPRs.
6/5/1277, To John de Cobham, … Order to assess 4,000 marks … upon the Jews of the realm, … (S) CCRs.
1278, Appointment of John de Cobham and Elias de Bekingham to take the assise of novel disseisin …. Abbat of Westminster … (S) 46th Annual Report, 1886, P317.
1279-80, John appointed Constable of the castle and city of Rochester for life.
10/29/1279, Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Northwod and John de Cobeham, … (S) CPRs.
6/4/1280, John de Cobham appointed constable of Kent. (S) The Castle Community, Rickard, 2002, P275.
10/29/1281, Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Northwod and John de Cobeham, … (S) CPRs.
10/13/1283, Roger Bigod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, has granted to Otto de Granson, … Witnesses: John de Vescy, Reginald de Grey, Robert de Tibetot, …, John de Cobham, Henry de Cobham, his brother, … (S) The Bigod Earls of Norfolk, Morris, 2005, P223.
8/20/1284, Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Northwod and John de Cobeham, … (S) CPRs.
5/20/1285, Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Northwod and John de Cobbeham, … touching certain lime-kilns constructed in the city and suburb of London and at Suthwerk, … (S) CPRs.
1286, Justice John de Cobham “who sate at Exon.” (S) Proceedings – Somerset, 1898, P110.
1287, For the hearing and determining Trespasses and Injuries. } The King, to his dear and faithful Ralph de Hengham, John de Cobham, and Robert de Burghull, Greeting … we have assigned you … County of Caermarthen … between Us and Rees ab Meredydd … (S) Royal Charters, Daniel-Tyssen, 1878, P83.
6/23/1288, John involved with the Queen in a suit over the manors of Lockerley and Avon. (S) Eleanor of Castile, Parsons, 1997, P172.
1289-1293, John de Cobham summoned [with others] to hear a case between Roger Doget and Margery his wife v. William de Saham at Chichester. (S) State Trials, RHS, 1906, P46.
1292, On the representation of Sir John de Cobham a visitation of Hollingborne was made by Richard de Clyve. (S) Story of Hollingborne, Cave-Brown, 1890, P44.
4/1293, Crown Roll of the county of Kent … touching bridges … the king sent John de Cobham to enquire who ought to repair the same … (S) CPRs, 2/28/1350.
1293, Joan died.
John married 2nd Methania Kirkeby.
1295, John summoned to Parliament as the senior baron of justice. (S) DNB, V3, P106.
1297, King Edward granted the lands of Adam de Bavent to John de Cobeham in order to repay John's loan to Edward of 500 m. to expedite the king's ‘urgent business.’ (S) 13th Century England, Coss, 1986, P59.
1297-8, John called to service in Scotland.
7/22/1298, John at the battle of Falkirk, the defeat of William Wallace.
1299, The liberties of John de Cobeham and Matania his wife in Orewell; …. (S) Fuedal Cambridgeshire, P239.
2/1300, John summoned judges to a council at a parliament at Westminster.
3/1300, John, age 71, died.

Family notes:

Bef. 10/6/1300, “Oblations divided at mass before Prince Edward in his chapel, for the soul of Sir John de Cobham, deceased, buried that day.” (S) Liber Quotidianus, 1787, P32.
(S) Archaeologia Cantiana, Kent Arch. Soc., 1877, P55. (S) History of England, V4, Pt2, 1747.
Family notes:
·         Joan a coheir to Rose, widow of Stephen de Penchester.

Child of John and Joan:
i. Henry de Cobham (60842276), born 1260 in England.

Friday, September 21, 2012

G27: 121684550 FitzWarin-de la Pole


121684550. Fulk Fitz Warin & 121684551. Mabel de la Pole

~1250, Mabel born in England, d/o 60848500. Gruffud ap Gwenwynwyn & 60848501. Hawise le Strange.

9/1251, Fulk born at Whytinton, England, heir & s/o 47281870. Fulk Fitz Warin & 47281871. Constance ?.

5/14/1264, Fulk’s father killed at the battle of Lewes fighting as a royalist.

12/20/1264, Fulk fitz Warin, junior, to surrender Whittington castle to Peter de Montfort. [The castle was not surrendered.]

4/16/1266, Whereas the king granted to Fulk son of Warin the younger the wardship of a carcuate of land in Staunton late of Fulk son of Warin, deceased, who held in chief, and before that he had assigned the same land to Constance late the wife of the said Fulk the elder, as part of her dower ; he grants to the said Fulk the younger that he will provide for him in a ward or escheat of the value of 10£. (S) CPRs.

1/20/1267, Constance sues her son “Fulk de Leyham” for one-third of the manor of Auberbyr’.

1271-82, Fouke le fitz Warin complains to God and to our Lord and King … (S) Calendar of Ancient Petitions Relating to Wales, Rees, 1975, P466.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

4/29/1273, Fulk, “about 22” gave proof of age and did homage for his lands. (S) Index Library, V30, 1903, P75.

1274, [date of 1st writ] IPM of Thomas Corbeth. The manor (extent given) with names of free tenants holding knights' fees and doing suit at the court of Caus, viz.—…, Robert Corbeth, Fulk son of Fulk son of Warin, John de Arundel, …, and Robert Burnel without suit, 1 fee each. (S) CIsPM.

6/12/1274, IPM of Maud late the wife or Robert Corbet: Balisleye in the Marches of Wales, township held of Sir Fulk son of Warin. (S) CIsPM.

11/27/1274, Sir Fulk fitz Warin foreman of the Jury, inquest of Ford Hundred.

1275, Theobald le Botyller demands against Agnes Bacun … Agnes vouched to warrant Fulk, son of Fulk fitz Warin, who vouched for John le Vavasur, … (S) Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, V1, 1892, P278.

3/1276, Sir Fulk fitz Warin one of 4 knights on the inquest after the death of John le Strange.

1276, It was alleged that Fulk fitz Warin had used violence to compel people to attend his fair at Wantage, Berkshire.

12/12/1276, Fulk summoned for military service.

2/25/1277, An inquest held at Shrewsbury by Bogo de Knovill where some history of Fulk and his father are documented, including conflicts with the Corbet and the marriage of Fulk and Margaret. (S) Montgomeryshire Collections, V8, 1875, P88.

11/26/1279, Fulk son of Warin doing homage for 1.75 fees in Rafhtafli, Kilkenny, Ireland. (S) CPRs. [Which his father held in 1247.]

1282, Fulk in the army of Wales.

6/28/1283, Fulk fitz-Warren summoned to Shrewsbury by writ from Rhuddlan to the king to hold a colloquium to ordain what should be done with David, brother of Llewellyn, formerly prince of Wales. (S) The Titular Barony of Clavering, 1891, P16.

6/16/1284, Fulk granted free warren, and a market and fair at Alberbury, Shropshire. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.

12/1/1284, Protection with clause volumus for the following going beyond seas with the king … Fulk son of Warin for one year. (S) CPRs.

Aft. 12/29/1284 [date of 1st writ] IPM of John de Ripariis: Foteswycke within the manor of Waneting. 115s. rent, held of Fulk son of Fulk son of Warin, which rent Fulk son of Warin, grandfather of Fulk that now is, gave to William de Ripariis, father of the said John, with Eleanor his daughter in free marriage.

1285, Fulk fitz Warin received a licence to set up booths in his weekly market, pulled down by the justices on the last eyre in Berkshire, on a presentment by some rivals that they had been erected after a previous eyre in the time of Henry III. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.

7/1/1285, Grant to Fulk son of Warin, of the marriage of his eldest son, and in case of his death, of the next heir. (S) CPRs.

6/24/1286 from Dover, King Edward traveled to Gascony where he would stay for 3 years.

6/14/1287, Fulk fitz Warin sent a writ of assistance for Edmund, the king’s brother, to join him at Gloucester with horses and arms to go against Rhys ap Maredudd, lord of Towy in Wales. (S) Lestrange Records, Lestrange, 1916, P202.

4/15/1288, Agreement between Adam de Stratton and Sir Fulk son of Warin, with ratification by Constance, mother of Sir Fulk, widow. (S) Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, V3, 1900.

8/4/1288 at Oleron in Bearn, The king granted Fulk fitz Warin the marriage of the son and heir of John de Gousle, tenant in chief, to the use of one of his daughters. (S) Record Series, V23, 1898, P169.

1292, Fulk in the army of Wales.

3/25/1292, Fulk fitz Warin attested a deed of Richard, earl of Arundel at Shrawardine castle.

10/3/1292, Fulk fitz Warin of Alberburi summoned to answer Fulk fitz Warin of Wytinton … the manor of Alberburi … Fulk fitz Warin of Alberburi replied that Fulk fitz Warin, his brother, and the father of Fulk fitz Warin of Wytinton, had given him the manor simply and unconditionally.

2/14/1293, Richard, earl of Arundel, entered Fulk’s lands at Whytington with horses and arms and banners displayed, spoiled the inhabitants of their goods, slain some of Fulk’s men, … .

9/12/1294, Grant to Fulk, son of Warin, tenant in chief, going to Gascony on the king’s service, ... demise … manor of Waneting, … in case of his death … be of full force. (S) Wantage Past and Present, Gibbons, 1901, P48.

10/27/1294, Richard by writ the commander of forces sent to relieve Bere castle [Wales], along with Fulk fitz Warin, Roger l’estrange, Bogo de Novol, and Peter Corbet. [King Edward was involved in a long war to protect lands in Gascony from Philip IV of France.] (S) The Welsh Wars of Edward I, P252.

1295, Fulk fitz Warin accused Richard, earl of Arundel, of ravaging his lands at Whittington.

6/24/1295, Fulk 1st summoned to parliament.

6/15/1299, Grant to Fulk son of Warin of the marriage of Margaret daughter and heir of Ralph de Gousle, tenant in chief, in compensation of the grant of 1284. (S) CPRs.

2/14/1293, Fulk fitz Warin returned as a holder of lands or rents of the yearly value of £40 and upwards, both in Gloucestershire and Yorkshire.

2/12/1301, Fulco filius Warini, Cominus de Whitington, joined the Barons’ Letter to pope Boniface VIII.

8/10/1301, The King ordered Fulk fitz Warin and Richard Fitz Alan, earl of Arundel, to abstain from attacking each other.

4/14/1302, Licence for Fulk son of Warin the elder to grant in fee simple to Fulk his son the manor of Dalestan, co. Gloucester. (S) CPRs.

11/23/1303, Fulk son of Warin of Swetinton named in a commission to provide a jury in the Marches of Wales. (S) CPRs.

2/28/1305, Fulk Fitz Warin attended parliament at Westminster. (S) Records of the Parlaiment, Maitland, 1893, P-CXIV.

1306, Infant heiress Joan of Bluntesdon held by knight service of Fulk fitz Warin. (S) Legislation of Edward I, Plucknett, 1949, P118.

1307, Robert de Tony brought a writ against John Pride who vouched to warranty Fulk fitz-Warin, who essoined himseld de malo veniendi … (S) Chronicles and Memorials, 1879, P504.

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

9/28/1309, Licence upon fine for Fulk son of Warin to grant to Walter de Gloucester, for the life of the latter, the manor of Aleweston, co. Gloucester, held in chief. (S) CPRs.

2/28/1310, Licence to Fulk son of Warin the elder to enfeoff John de Bello Campo of Somerset of the manor of Whytyngton … to regrant it to the former for life, with remainders to Fulk son of Warin, the younger, and Eleanor his wife, and their issue. (S) CPRs.

6/18/1310, Fulk summoned against the Scots.

6/1/1311, Licence for Fulk son of Warin to grant in fee to Fulk son of Fulk son of Warin two parts of a moiety of the manor of Staunton, co. Wilts, held in chief. (S) CPRs.

3/3/1312, Edmund, earl of Arundel, certifies, … he has received the homage of Griffin de la Pole [Margaret’s brother] for his manor of Longenolre … Witnesses, – Fulk le Strange, Peter Corbet, Roger Corbet, Fulk fitz Warin, … Knights … (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V6, Eyton, 1858, P63.

5/21/1313, Protection for one year for Fulk son of Warin, staying beyond seas. (S) CPRs.

10/16/1313, Fulk pardoned as an adherent of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, in any part of the death of Piers de Gavaston.

Bef. 4/29/1315, Fulk died. (S) CFRs.

(S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V11, 1860, P40-1. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V7, Eyton, 1858, P84.

Family notes:

·         Fulk fitz Warin of Alberburi [uncle] and Fulk fitz Warin of Wytinton [nephew] may have some records intermixed because of a lack of specificity.

Children of Fulk and Margaret:

i. Hawise Fitz Warin (60842275), born ~1275 in Wales.

ii. Fulk fitz Warin, born ? in England.

10/21/1299, Protection with clause … for Fulk son of Fulk son of Warin, going to Scotland on the king’s service.

6/24/1305, Fulk son of Fulk son of Warin, addressed to the sheriff of Gloucester, for the manor of Alwestan. (S) CCRs.

Fulk married Eleanor ?.

1311, Fulk son of Fulk son of Warin to grant a messuage and land in Stanton Fitzwarren to Richard de Abyndon, retaining land in Wantage (Berks) and the castle and hundred of Whittington (Salop). (S) UKNA.

4/19/1322, Fulk son of Warin, lord of Witinton, to select 100 footmen and conduct them to Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (S) CPRs.

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