Wednesday, October 31, 2012

G27: 121691312 Stafford


121691312. Sir Nicholas de Stafford & 121691313. Joan ?

~1250, Nicholas born in England, s/o 243382624. Robert de Stafford & 243382624. Alice Corbet.

Bef. 6/4/1261, Nicholas’ father died. Nicholas’ wardship and marriage granted to Edward, the king’s son. (S) CPRs.

6/15/1263, Nicholas’ wardship and marriage granted to Geoffrey de Langeleye. (S) CPRs.

1272, Nicholas de Stafford, son of Robert, mortgaged all his demesne land in the vill of Bradley for 12 marks to Sir William de Caverswall. (S) Victoria History of Stafford, V4, 1958, P77.

1274, Nicholas in a suit against Walter le Warner over tenements in Ricardescote.

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

8/6/1276, Protection with clause volumus, for two years, for Nicholas de Stafford, going beyond seas with Edmund, the king’s brother. (S) CPRs.

5/1/1278, Joan, wife of Nicholas de Stafford, a coparcener in Acton and Henley, concurred with her husband in selling her share (1/6th) of the estate, to Robert de Stretton. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V11, Eyton, 1860, P377.

5/16/1279, Inquisition taken at Clomele, Ireland, … jurors:– William fitz Jordan, … Nicholas de Stafford, … (S) Cal. of Doc.’s Relating to Ireland, 1877, P298.

1279, Nicholas de Stafford held Tifoe as part of his barony by the service of one knight’s fee. (S) Antiquities of Warwickshire, V1, 1730, P544.

9/10/1281, Enrolment of a grant from Thomas de Audelyme … Witnesses: … Sir Nicholas de Stafford … Sir William de Stafford … knights … (S) CCRs.

1282, Nicholas heir to his father.

6/28/1283, Nicholas, baron de Stafford, 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.

1285, William de Caverswall holding Billington of William de Stafford, and he by knight’s service of Nicholas de Stafford. (S) Victoria History of Stafford, V4, 1958, P79.

1287, Nicholas, Baron of Stafford, summoned to service in Wales.

1287-8, Nicholas killed at Droselan castle, Wales.

Child of Nicholas and ?:

i. Edmund de Stafford (60845656), born 7/15/1272 in England.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

G27: 121691306 Percy-Warren


121691306. Sir Henry de Percy & 121691307. Eleanor de Warren

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

1228, Henry born in York, England, s/o 486765190. William de Percy & 243382614. Eleanor Baliol.

1245, Henry heir to his father.

1246, Elena, widow of William de Percy, claimed against Robert de Brus … The defendants called to warrant Henry de Percy, son and heir of William de Percy, who was under age and in ward to the king … (S) Yorkshire Arch. Journal, V1, 1892, P276.

8/30/1247, Licence for Henry de Percy, for a fine of 600 marks, to marry whom he will, provided that he find sufficient pledges for the fine. (S) CPRs.

1/17/1249, Mandate to all the tenants to do their homage and service to Henry de Percy their lord, the son and heir of William de Percy, the king having taken his homage. (S) CPRs.

11/27/1252, Commission to Henry de Percy and William de Middleton … homicide done in the church of Tiverington … York … (S) CPRs.

1253, Ebor … Dominus Eadwardus filius domini regis. Robertus de Vertri Ponte. … Willelmus de Ros. Robertus de Nevill. Rogerus de Mubray. … Johannes de Warenna. … Petrus de Brus. Henricus de Percy. … Willelmus de Stotevill. … Adam de Everingham, … Simon de Steyngrif. … (S) Survey of the County of York, 1867, P432.

~1255, Eleanor born in England d/o 23639780. Earl John de Warren & 243382614. Alice de Lusignan.

1255, Henry de Percy, who was the advocatus of Salley Abbey, caused the monks to surrender to him some woodland which had been given to them by one of his tenants, and extracted from the monks a covenant that they would not purchase land in his fee without his consent. (S) Medieval English Conveyances, Kaye, 2009, P213.

By 1257, Henry knighted.

1257, Henry summoned to attend the King at Brisol with horses and arms to march against the Welsh.

6/4/1257, Henry de Percy made an agreement with his brothers William and Walter, and Elena, their mother, regarding her dower. (S) NEHGR, Vs37-52, 1951, P287.

3/1258, Henry de Percy summoned with other northern barons to prepare with horses and arms to rescue King Alexander III during the revolt of Walter Cumming, earl of Mentieth. (S) Surtees Society, V88, 1895, P17.

2/10/1259, Inspeximus … Andrew, prior of St. Swithun’s, Winchester, … witnesses, Roger le Bigod, earl of Norfolk, … Henry de Percy, … (S) CChRs.

6/19/1258, Protection for Peter de Percy, who bears himself laudably in the king’s service and is unduly disquieted by Henry de Percy and others of his parts … (S) CPRs.

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

1263, Henry intially sided with the barons in revolt. [Submitted himself to the king and was restored.]

10/20/1263, Protection of the abbey of St. Mary of York … Hugh le Bigod and Henry de Percy are enjoined to assist … (S) CPRs.

5/14/1264, Henry captured with King Henry at the battle of Lewes, “at the Mill of the Hide”. Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.

8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham; ending the barons’ revolt.

12/13/1265 at Windsor, Henry de Percy with other barons supported the king in a compromise made by the king of the statutes made at Oxford, and to abide by the determination of the King of France [who arbitrated.]

2/7/1266, Henry de Alemannia to defend the parts of the counties of York, Nottingham, and Derby. Writ of aid for him directed to … Peter de Brus, … Henry de Percy, Robert de Neville, John de Eyvill, … (S) CPRs.

9/8/1268, Henry married Eleanor.

6/15/1270, Letters patent commanding Henry de Percy to do homage to Edmund the King’s son fo rthe lands which he holds of the honor of Pickering. (S) Reports of Commissioners, 1870, P11.

10/16/1271, Henry granted a market and fair at Tadcaster, Yorkshire. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.

3.26/1272, Sir Henry de Percy, patron of the parsonage of Greyregrave. (S) Register of Walter Giffard, Brown, 1904, P34.

8/29/1272, Henry of Lincolnshire died; buried at Sallay near his father.

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

11/29/1272, Dower to be assigned to the said Eleanor de Percy. (S) CCRs.

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

1276, Eleanor de Percy, by fine, granted land back to Simon ?. (S) The Percy Chartulary, 1911, P395.

5/2/1278, Eleanor’s son John, a minor, with representation, brought an assize of mort dancestor against his mother. (S) The English Parliament, Richardson, 1981, P554. [Eleanor asked that the assize be respited until she could discuss the matter with Eleanor, the queen-mother.]

8/7/1278, The assize of mort de ancestor was settled between “Alianora que fuit vxor Henrici de Percy” and “Johannis de Percy”. (S) English Parliament, Richardson, 1981, P555.

5/10/1279, The underwritten hav quittance of the common summons in co. Sussex … Eleanor de Percy. (S) CCRs.

1279, Alienora was holding the town of Petworth, Sussex and its liberties by enfeoffment of her late husband Henry de Percy, for the term of her life. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.

10/4/1279, Pardon, at the instance of Eleanor de Percy, the king’s kinswoman, to … (S) CPRs.

Bef. 1/7/1282, Eleanor died. (S) CPRs. [“… lands late of Elena de Percy; deceased, tenant in chief, … held in dower of Henry de Percy, deceased, …”]

(S) Sussex Arch. Coll.’s, V14, 1862, P3. (S) Collins’s Peerage, V2, 1812, P238.

Child of Henry and Eleanor:

i. Henry de Percy (60845652), born 3/25/1273 in England.

Monday, October 29, 2012

G27: 121691298 FitzRoger-Zouche


121691298. Baron Robert Fitz Roger & 121691299. Margery la Zouche



1247, Robert born in Northumberland, heir & s/o 243382596. Roger Fitz John [de Balliol] & 243382597. Isabel of Dunbar.
8/14/1249, Robert age 1½ at the death of his father. Robert placed under wardship of William de Valence, the king’s brother.
~1250, Margery born in England, d/o 243376344. Alan la Zouche & 243376345. Helen de Quincy.
10/17/1251, Appointment of William de Valencia, the king’s brother, to hold the manors of Linton and Neuburn and Wauton, which Ada de Baillolo held [Robert’s paternal grandmother] … during the minority of the heirs of Roger son of John, … (S) CPRs.
1263, Robert heir to his cousin Stephen de Cressy inheriting the barony of Blythburgh, Suffolk.
1265, Robert married Margery.
1266, 1269, Robert involved in miscellaneous land deals.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
1277, 1282-3, 1291, Robert summoned against the Scots.
9/11/1277, Contract of John to marry Hawise. When John reachers the age of 20 his father to enfeoff him of £100 land as her dower. Robert Tybetot to pay Robert FitzRoger 600 marks, 400 to be retained if Hawise dies underage of 13 without heirs. (S) CPRs.
11/29/1279, Robert son of Roger, lord of Warkworth and Horsford, confirmed the deed founding the priory of St. Faith at Dorsham, Norfolk. (S) Monasticon Anglicanum, Dugdale, 1846, P635.
4/30/1280, Covenant of Robert son of Roger, lord of Wirkewood … (S) Patterns of Medieval Society, Adams, 1969, P280.
6/28/1283, Robert summoned to attend the King at Shrewsbury by writ “Roberto filio Rogeri”. (S) Northumberland Families, V1, 1968, P163.
8/7/1291, Robert granted a market and fair at Newton-on-the-Moor, Northumberland. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
12/1292, King Edward visited Robert at Warkworth. (S) Warkworth Castle, Blair, 1969, P5.
1293, Robert held the market and fair at Corbridge, Northumberland. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
1294, Robert served in Gascony.
1294, Robert fitz Roger claimed and established a market and fair at Walton. (S) History of Northumberland, Pt2, V1, 1827, P377.
11/2/1295-1309, Robert, Lord Fitz Roger, summoned to parliament.
9/11/1297, Robert captured at the battle of Stirling, Scotland.
11/4/1297, Robert, Captain of the Scotch Marshes.
7/22/1298, Robert at the battle of Falkirk and the defeat of William Wallace.
3/18/1299, Robert son of Roger, knight, John de Clavering, knight, … acknowledge that they owe to William Persone, …, 100 marks. (S) GBPRO, 1906, P297.
12/29/1299, Robert son of Roger, lord of Clavering.
1300, Robert and his son John at the siege of Caerlaverock castle.
2/12/1301, Robert signed the Baron’s Letter to the Pope.
1302, Robert joined John de Segrave in a foray from Berwick.
7/22/1304, Robert fitz Roger at Warkworth in the presence of Sir John de Swynburne, Sir Roger Corbet, … set his seal to an agreement with Lucia the widow of Thomas de Dyvelston respecting boats crossing the water of Tyne at Corbridge. (S) History of Northumberland, 1899, P29.
4/27/1306, Pardon at the instance of Patrick de Dunbar, earl of March, …. to Alan de Clavering, in consideration of the service of Robert son of Roger, for the death Roger de Clavering his brother. (S) CPRs.
6/19/1306, Robert serving under Aymer de Valence when he defeated the Scots at Methvin near Perth.
10/19/1306, Pardon, at the instance of Robert son of Roger, to Beatrice late the wife of Roger de Claveryngg, for the death of Hervey de Blyton. (S) CPRs.
1307, Robert given a grant of free warren.
2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.
3/25/1310, Robert 1 of 15 barons appointed as Lords Ordainers.
Bef. 4/29/1310, Robert, knt. of Warkworth, Northumberland and Clavering, Essex died. (S) CIsPM.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P210.

Children of Robert and Margery:
i. John de Clavering (60845682), born ~1266 in England.

2/20/1327, John granted the town of Corbridgge [which was in bad shape because of attacks by the Scots] for life, free from any payment of rent, because he had not been provided a suitable marriage for one of his sisters. (S) CPRs. [Euphemia was already deceased.]

ii. Eupheme de Clavering (60845649), born ~1270 in England.

G27: 121691296 Neville-FitzRanulph


121691296. Robert de Neville & 121691297. Mary Fitz Ranulph



By 1240, Robert born in England, heir & s/o 243382592. Robert de Neville.
~1240, Mary born in England, coheir & eldest d/o 243382594. Ralph Fitz Ranulph & 243382595. Anastasia de Percy.
3/31/1270, Mary’s father died leaving his 3 daughters as his heirs.
~1260, Robert married Mary.
1270, Mary received Middleham manor of the honor of Richmond as her part of the partition of her father’s lands.
4/1270, Robert de Neville and Robert de Tattershall, husbands of daughters of Ralph fitz-Ranulph, did homage for their thirds of the daughters’ inheritance. (S) Judges of England, Foss, 1848, P331.
6/1270, Robert did homage for Mary’s third of her father’s inheritance.
1271, Anastasia, widow of Ralph fitz Ranulph, claimed agains the Abbat of S. Agatha’s one third of a house, … as her dower. The abbat vouches to warrnty Robert de Neville junior and Mary his wife, Robert de Tateshale and Joan his wife, and John Haunsard and Anastasia his wife. (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V17, P46.
8/6/1271, Robert died before his father; buried at Coverham abbey. [Apparently after being mutilated by a female – ‘genitalia praecidi fecerunt’. (S) Old Yorkshire, Wheater, 1885, P245.]
Bef. 4/28/1272, Mary coheir to her younger sister, Anastasia Hansard; inheriting the manor of Snape, Yorkshire.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
1277, Mary proferred military service.
1280, Mary of Milldeham, widow of Robert, in possession of the castle, called to show by what warrant she had free warren. (S) Old Yorkshire, Wheater, 1885, P245.
1282, Mary proferred military service.
2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.
1310, Mary proferred military service.
1313, Grant by Maria de Nevill, of Middleton, to John de Merk’ of the mill of Aykescharth … (S) Desc. Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, 1890, P242.
1316, Mary of Middleham founded a chantry at Thoraldby for heir own soul and those of the father and mother, and of Sir Robert de Neville formerly her husband. (S) History and Topography of the City of York, V2, Wheeland, 1859, P123.
Bef. 4/11/1320, Mary, “Domina de Middleham” died; buried in the choir at Coverham beside Robert, her heir her son Ranulph. (S) CPRs.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P616.

Child of Robert and Mary: [5 sons, 4 daughters]
i. Ranulph de Neville (60845648), born 10/18/1262 in England.

G27: 121691270 Mauley-Gaunt


121691270. Sir Peter de Mauley IV & 121691271. Nicholaa de Gaunt

1249, Peter born in England, s/o 243382540. Peter de Mauley III.
~1255, Nicola, d/o 243382542. Gilbert de Gant.
1274, Nicola’s father died.
11/27/1274, Confirmation of a demise made for 12 years by Peter de Malo Lacu … town of Doncaster … saving to Peter son of the said Peter and to Nicholaa his wife the rents and tenements which he had conferred in marriage to dower her before making the present writing. (S) CPRs.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
1276, Summoned for service against Lewellyn, Prince of Wales, to assemble at Worcester … Earl of Richmond, John de Warren, earl of Surrey, Henry de Laci, earl of Linclon, … Peter de Maulay, … (S) Historic Yorkshire Mansions, V1, Wheater, 1888, P54.
3/13/1279, Richard de Twenge of Mikelby, knight, visited Peter at Mulgreve castle and learned of the birth of Peter’s son. Richard’s wife was present with Nicholaa at the castle during purification.
1279, Peter’s father died.
8/21/1279, Peter de Mauley, age 30, paid 100£ for relief of his lands, held by barony of the king.
7/8/1280, Curia domini Regis apud Ebor. … Coran Johanne de Vallibus, … Inter Petrum de Malo Lacu pententem, … (S) Cartularium Prioratus de Gyseburne, V89, 1894, P38.
6/8/1281, Admission and institution of Stephen de Mauley to the church of Bayntone, on the presentation of Sir Peter de Mauley, knight. (S) Register of William Wickwane, 1907, P109.
12/25/1281, Charter of Peter de Mauley for the prior and brethren of the House of Grosmont in Eskdale. (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V23, P13.
5/4/1282, Suit of writ of right between Peter de Malo Lacu, demandant, and the abbot of Whiteby, tenant. (S) CCRs.
1282-4, Peter served in Wales.
6/4/1283, Presentation and institution of Master Richard de Jarum to the church of Lokingtone, on the presentation of Sir Peter de Mauley, knight. (S) Register of William Wickwane, 1907, P115.
3/29/1284, Inquisition … upon their oath that Sir Peter de Mauley holds the tenements of which he proposes to enfeoff the prior and brethren of Grosmont, with the whole barony of Mullegrave, of the king in chief. (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V23, P14.
1284, Nicholaa died. (S) Antiquities of the Parish of Hemingsbrough, Burton, 1888, P253.
5/13/1285, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Peter de Malo Lacu to the prior and brethren of the house of Grammon in Eskedale of land … 20£ … (S) CPRs.
12/23/1285, Commission of oyer … appeal which Emma, late the wife of Benedict le Carpenter of Hoton, brings in the county of York against … and Peter de Malo Lacu, for the death of her husband. (S) CPRs.
1286, Peter de Maulay held Bramham in demesne, while he subinfeudated the lands in Clyfford to the heirs of Baldwin Wake. (S) Historic Mansions of Yorkshire, V1, 1888, P29.
1287, Indenture between Edmund de Mortimer and Peter de Mauley for service against Rhys ap Maredudd – lists the values of the horses in Peter’s retinue, has a provision that Mortimer was to compensate Peter for any mounts lost during his service. (S) English Aristocracy at War, Simpkin, 2008, P117.
7/23/1287, Protection with clause volumus for the following, gone on the King’s service into Wales … Peter de Malo Lacu. (S) CPRs.
1288, Peter de Malo-lacu bound in arrears of rent due him to be received from mills in Doncastre. (S) Antiquities of the Parish of Darlington, Longstaffe, 1973, P406.
4/17/1290, Inquisition of Ranulph de Neville for the prior and convent of Kirkham … That marsh is of Peter de Mauley’s fee, held of him by knight’s service … (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V23, 1898, P105.
6/20/1291, Protection with clause volumus for Peter de Malo Lacu, staying in Scotland on the king’s sevice. (S) CPRs.
1294, Peter de Malolacu gave his mill, pool, water, and fisheries at Egton on condition of adding 2 chaplains to sing by note the obit of his father and mother, of himself, and of Nichola his wife, in the church of St. Mary.
6/23/1295, “Petro de Malo-lacu” 1st summoned to parliament.
Bef. 1297, Nicholaa died; her son the heir of her brother Gilbert de Gant.
1297, Peter served in Gascony.
8/21/1297, Sir Peter de Mauley, for services in Gascony, granted the marriage of Thomas, the son and heir of Thomas de Multon of Gillesland, deceased. (S) CPRs.
8/14/1298, Order to deliver to Edmund, earl of Cornwall, the purparty falling to Peter son of Peter de Malo Lacu, kinsman and third heir of Gilbert de Gaunt, tenant in chief, … (S) CPRs.
1300-3, Peter served in Scotland.
2/12/1301, Peter signed the barons’ letter to the Pope. Seal: “S : Petri : De : Malolaco : TertII :” (S) Archaeologia, V21, 1827, P209.
1302, Peter de Maylay held Bramham for a fourth part of a knight’s fee. (S) Historic Mansions of Yorkshire, V1, 1888, P29.
6/19/1304, Peter de Malo Lacu has letter to the justices of the Bench for an assize of novel disseisin that William Danyel and Lucy, his wife, arramed against him … (S) Cal. of Various Chancery Rolls, 1912, P77.
5/26/1305, Association of … commission of oyer and terminer, directed to Peter de Malo Lacu, Edmund de Eyncurt, … counties of York, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancaster, Nottingham, Derby, Warwick, Leciester and Lincoln. (S) CPRs.
12/7/1305, Commission of oyer … on complaint by Peter de Malo Lacu, touching the persons who broke his park at the manor of St. Julians, co. York, while he was in Scotland on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.
1306, Peter de Malo Lacu named multiple times in cases as a justice of oyer and terminer. (S) CPRs.
1307, Peter de Malo Lacu named multiple times in cases as a justice of oyer and terminer. (S) CPRs.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
2/25/1308, Peter attended the King’s coronation. (S) Historic Mansions of Yorkshire, V1, 1888, P139.
12/12/1309, Peter summoned to parliament.
1310, Peter died; his son Peter succeeding.
(S) Dictionary of Peerages, Burke, 1831, P345. (S) Historic Peerage, Nicolas, 1857, P318. (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V37, 1906, P5.

Children of Peter and Eleanor:
i. Peter de Mauley, born 3/10/1279 in England.

Bef. 5/19/1298, Peter, age 18, coheir to his uncle Gilbert de Gant, junior.
Peter married Eleanor, d/o Sir Thomas Furnival.
7/8/1300, Peter de Mauley, junior, proved his age before the King. [Peter was already married at this time and seeking the inheritance of his mother.]
1303, Peter de Malo Lacu, the younger, has letters to the justices of the Bench for an assize of novel disseisin. (S) Cal. of Various Chancery Rolls, 1912, P73.
5/22/1306, Peter knighted with Edward, Prince of Wales.
1313, Peter admonished by the archbishop for an affair with Alyna, his wife’s sister; who promised to abslove him for 100 marks.
1315, Know ye Peter de Maulay, lord of Mulgrave, wished to grant to Alina, daughter of Thomas de Furnival, his manor of Skendelby, Linclon, to hold for life.
Petro de Malolaco “le quint” summoned to parliament.
1329, Alaina de Furnival fined 10£ for licence to acquire the reversion of the manor of Skendelby from Peter de Maulay.
1333, Peter died.

ii. Nicole de Mauley (60845635), born ~1283 in England. 

Saturday, October 27, 2012

G27: 121691268 Multon


121691268. Baron Thomas de Multon & 121691269. Isabella ?



~1260, Thomas born in England, s/o 243382536. Thomas de Multon & 243382537. Margaret ?.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
4/26/1286, Protection with clause volumus for one year for Thomas de Molton the younger, going beyond seas with the king. (S) CPRs.
7/1287, Thomas de Multon, father and son, summoned to appear with horses and arms at a military council at Gloucester before Edmund, earl of Cornwall.
4/16/1291, “Matill’ de Multon d’n’s de Gilsland”, and Thomas de Multon senior and junior, summoned to military service. (S) Registry of the Priory of Wetherhal, 1897, P307.
1293, Thomas did homage for his lands after his father died.
8/22/1293, Pardon to William le King of Melmorby of his outlawry for a trespass in the park of Thomas de Multon of Gillesland, at Kirkoswald. (S) CPRs.
Bef. 2/12/1295, Thomas, Baron of Gillesland, holding lands including Burgh-upon-Sands, Kirk-Oswald, and Donham, Norfolk, died.
5/12/1295, IPM of Thomas at Brampton: Thomas had enfeoffed his son, and Isabel his wife jointly in the manor of Krikesowald.
6/3/1295, Order to cause dower to be assigned to Isabel, late the wife of Thomas de Multon of Gillesland, tenant in chief, as she has taken oath before the king that she will not marry without his licence. (S) CCRs.
6/21/1295, Dower to Isabel the Manor of Denham with Askreton, Fulwode, Waltonwode, and moiety of Le Northmore in Barony of Gillesland, with lands at Burgh on Sands and several knights’ fees. Livery to her of Krikoswald Manor, park and advowson of which Thos. De M., sen. Had enfeoffed them jointly. (S) Pubs. of the Harleian Soc., V82, 1930, P238.
7/21/1295, Order to deliver to Isabel, late the wife of Thomas de Multon of Gillesland, tenant in chief, the manor of Denham, co. Suffolk, … the king has assigned it to her in dower. (S) CCRs.
10/9/1298, Licence for Isabella, late the wife of Thomas de Multon of Gillesland, tenant in chief, to marry John de Castre, but if she is not joined to the said John in matrimony, the  right pertaining to the king of her marriage is to be reserved. (S) CPRs.
6/15/1310, Licence for Thomas de Multon of Gillesland to grant the reversion of the manor of Kirkeoswald to John de Castre, who with Isabella his wife holds as her dower of the inheritiance of the grantor. (S) CPRs.
(S) A Gen. and Heraldic Dic., Burke, P380. (S) Yorkshire Inquisitions, 1902, P8.

Child of Thomas and Isabella:
i. Thomas de Multon (60845634), born 8/1/1282 in England. 

G27: 23640996 Criol-Auberville


23640996. Nicholas de Criol & 121691159. Joan de Auberville



10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
~1220, Nicholas born in England, 3rd s/o 19989592. Bertram de Criol & 19989593. Emma Aurifaber.
~1225, Joan born in England, d/o 243382318. Sir William de Auberville.
1244, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Chapel, Sandwich: Sir Henry de Sandwich. (S) English Archaeologist’s Handbook, Godwin, 1867, P113.
1245, Joan’s father died.
12/28/1246, Nicholas de Cryoll granted a market and fair at Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
1247, Royal gifts included two bucks for Nicholas de Criel, ten bucks for the Countess of Leicester, … (S) The Royal Forests of England, 1720.
1247, Joan married 2nd Henry de Sandwico, s/o Simon de Sandwico. [No children.]
2/18/1248,The king has taken the homage of Henry of Sandwich for the lands and tenements which he ought to hold of the king in chief by reason of Joan his wife, daughter and heiress of William d’Auberville. (S) FRsHIII.
[–––Henry & Joan–––]
1248, Henry, son of Sir Simon, did homage for lands he held of the King in capite in right of his wife Joan.
1248, Henry and Joan his wife dealt with various properties, including lands in Walmer, Romney Marsh, and Stockbury, Kent, previously owned by the Auberville family.
8/8/1248, Protection with clause … going to Gascony on the king’s service … Nicholas de Crioyl. (S) CPRs.
4/26/1250, Nicholas de Criel is distrained for the £37 16s. from the same time which he received from the sheriff of Kent of the farm of the aforesaid county. (S) FRsHIII.
4/28/1250, The king has granted to Henry of Sandwich that, of the 50 m. which he owes … for his relief of the third part of a barony that William de Auberville held, he may render … (S) FRsHIII.
12/16/1252, Grant to John Maunsel, provost of Beverly, to the use of a nephew of his, of the marriage of the daughter and heir of Joan, daughter of William de Auberville. Mandate to Henry de Sandwyco to deliver the said daughter to the said John. (S) CPRs.
Henry, lord of a moiety of Ham, Kent; lord of the Cinque Ports, Constable of Dover castle; died before his father;  “death seized him beyond the sea”.
[–––Nicholas & Joan–––]
Nicholas married Joan. “Nicholas de Crioll and w. Joan … Simon de Sampwyc [Sandwich]; a third part of the manors of Preston, Ripple, Wadling [in Ripple], Ham; Dene [in Margate], Margate and Asseton [in Margate], … as the reasonable dower of Joan, whereof Henry s. and h. [of Simon] and Juliana formerly his wife endowed her at the church door where they were espoused …”
1253, Nicholas de Cryoll and Joan his wife v. Bertram de Crioll in Hinton, Cambs and in Lincoln, … (S) East Anglian – Sufflok, V6, 1869, P376.
7/8/1253, Protection with clause … crossing to Gascony with the king … Nicholas de Crioll. (S) CPRs.
1253-4, Nicholas de Criol assessed aid for the manor of Walmer.
4/10/1254, Protection … William de Waleton, serjeant of Nicholas de Crioll, going with the latter to the king in Gascony. (S) CPRs.
8/12/1254, King Henry’s retinue in camp at Bordeaux, France.
11/20/1254, King Henry’s retinue in camp at Orleans, France.
1/1255, King Henry returned to England.
Bef. 5/28/1256, Nicholas’ father died.
8/9/1257, Going on the king’s service to Wales … Nicholas de Crioll. (S) CPRs.
4/28/1258, Nicholas de Cryell and w. Joan, …; concerning … that when William de Abervill father of Joan whose heir she is, gave by his charter …
5/10/1260, Mandate to Nicholas de Crioll, constable of the castle of Dover, … (S) CPRs.
1262, Agreement (marriage of Julian/Julien, daughter of Joan de Abervile, and Will, son of Roger Lieburne): Sire Nicole de Criel and Sire Roger de Leyburne; Location: Canterbury etc. Kent.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
6/9/1263, Commitment during pleasure to Nicholas de Crioyll of the wardenship of the Cinque Ports, … (S) CPRs.
9/23/1263, Mandate to Nicholas de Criollis … keeping of the county of Kent … Teste, H. le Despenser, justicary of England. (S) CPRs.
5/14/1264, King Henry captured at the battle of Lewes, “at the Mill of the Hide”. Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.
7/26/1264, Some time ago, at the instance of the king’s beloved and faithful Nicholas de Criel, the king pardoned to Bertram, son of John de Criel, the £12 …. (S) FRsHIII.
3/15/1265, Safe conduct … for the envoys of the king of France coming to England … the king is sending Nicholas de Criollis, knight, … to conduct them. (S) CPRs.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham; ending the barons’ revolt.
8/13/1271, Inspeximus … charter, whereby Roger de Rollyng … gave to Sir Roger de Leyburn, and dame Eleanor de Vallibus, countess of Winchester, his wife, … manor of Stockton, which he had of the gift of Sir Nicholas de Crioll … (S) CChRs.
Bef. 2/16/1272, Nicholas of Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire, Sarre, Kent, Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire, Benhall, Suffolk, etc., Warden of the Cinque Ports died. (S) CPRs.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
(S) History of Walmer, Elvin, 1894, P42.

Child of ? and Joan:
i. Juliane de Auberville (60845579), born ~1250 in England. [Heir]
Child of Nicholas and Joan:
i. Nicholas de Criol (11820498), born by 1260 in England.

G27: 121691156 Leyburn


121691156. Sir Roger de Leyburne

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

~1220, Roger born in England, s/o 243382312. Roger de Leyburn & 243382313. Alianor de Thurnham.

1250, Roger’s father died.

1250’s, Roger, Steward of the Household of Prince Edward.

12/17/1251, Presentation … church of Hedecrume, … by reason of a grant … of the said church Roger de Leyburne made to the king for the hospital of Ospreng, … (S) CPRs.

10/20/1252, Grant to Roger de Leyburn of the king’s peace, and protection for his men, land and possessins, and mandate to all not to molest him on account of the death of Arnulf de Munteny, lately killed by accident at a round table. (S) CPRs. [Roger pardoned for killing a Norman knight at a tournament in Saffron Walden, co. Essex.]

7/22/1253, Grant, for life, to Roger de Leyburn of 40 marks a to maintain him in the king’s service. (S) CPRs.

8/6/1253, Roger with King Henry as he left for Gascony from Portsmouth with 300 ships to suppress a rebellion.

2/18/1254, at Bazas, France [east of Bordeaux], Charter granting to Roger de Leyburn, for his homage and service, all the land, … which Roger Cauvell held in Renham, co. Kent, … to hold to him and his heirs … (S) CPRs. [Roger also pardoned for 300 marks for the prest of his father Roger de Leiburn.]

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 to England.

4/22/1255, Roger de Leyburn has a charter renewed under the great seal of the lands late of Roger Cannel in Kent … formerly given to the said Roger de Leyburne in Gascony … (S) CChRs.

1256, Liberate to Roger de Leyburn, after payments as above, 20 marks for the same term of his yearly fee of 40 marks. (S) Cal. of the Liberate Rolls.

2/26/1257, Charter, whereby Henry son of Robert le Gras quit-claimed to Sir William de Valencia, earl of Pembroke … Witnesses, Guy de Rupe Forti, Roger de Leyburn, … (S) CChRs.

6/1258, King Henry signed the Provisions of Oxford. These limitations by parliament [led by Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester] granted money to Henry in exchange for administrative reform. A “Council of 15” was formed to enforce the reforms. Sir Roger de Leybourne was a supporter of the Provisions. (S) Memories of Malling, Fielding, 1893, P25.

1259, Marcher lords Roger Clifford, Hamo Lestrange and John de Vaux were members of Lord Edward’s entourage [the “bachelors of England” including Henry of Almain, John de Warren and Roger de Leyburn], and distrusted and disliked by the Queen, when Edward made an agreement with Simon de Montfort pledging to the furtherance of reform. (S) Eleanor of Provence, Howell, 2001, P163.

10/26/1259, “Edward, son of the king. … Witnesses: Lords Roger de Mont Alto, seneschal of Chester, …, Roger de Leyburn, …, Roger de Clifford, …, William la Zusche.” (S) UKNA.

5/13/1260 at Mortlake, Simon de Monte Forti, earl of Leicester, John, earl of Warren, Roger de Leyburn, Peter de Monte Forti, Roger de Clifford, and Hamo Lestraunge witnessed a charter of Edward, the king’s eldest son, to Robert de Tybetoto for his homage and service. (S) CChRs, 1906, P147.

6/13/1261, Ratification of a sale by Erard de Valery of the wardship of the manor fo Derteford and Wymering, late of William de Fortibus, … to Roger de Leyburn and Nicholas de Leukenor. (S) CPRs.

Roger married Eleanor de Ferrers, widow of Roger de Quincy, d/o William de Ferrers & Sybilla Marshall.

3/1262, King Henry repudiated the Provisions of Oxford.

1262, King Henry rescinded the grant of a manor to Roger de Leyburn in Kent. (S) 13th Century England, Coss, 1995, P95. [Associated with the King Henry’s disagreement with his son Edward.]

1262, Agreement (marriage of Julian/Julien, daughter of Joan de Abervile, and Will, son of Roger Lieburne): Sire Nicole de Criel and Sire Roger de Leyburne; Location: Canterbury etc. Kent.

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

8/18/1263, Roger de Leyburn, John de Vaux, Ralph Basset, Hamo Lestrange and John Giffard issued letters patent giving their full support to Lord Edward. (S) Edward I, Prestwich, 1988, P41.

9/18/1263, Pardon to Roger de Clifford, Roger de Leyburn, John de Vallibus, Hamo Lestrange, John Giffard and Ralph Basset of Dreyton of all trespasses … reason of non-observance of the Provisions of Oxford … (S) CPRs.

1/20/1264, Hugh le Bygod and Robert Aguyllun will procure that Roger de Clyfford, Roger de Leyburn, John de Vallibus, Ralph Basset of Drayton, John Gyffard, Hamo Lestraunge, … William de Huntingefeld, … who are blamed for injuries by B. archbishop of Canterbury shall make competent amends … the king and the said Hugh and Robert have appended their seals to this. (S) CPRs.

Aft. 1/23/1264, when King Louis IX of France found in arbritration for King Henry, Roger de Leybourne defected from the revolting barons.

1264, Roger’s wife Eleanor, and other royalist barons’ wives, captured at Gloucester by the rebels.

3/6/1264, Roger arrived a Rochester castle to prepare for a siege. He had come from the king at Windsor. Roger began provisioning Rochester castle with carcases of oxen, sheep and bacons, with fish and wine, which he stored in the castle keep. Roger also paid for a messenger to “enquire about the rumours.”

4/14/1264, Roger de Leyburn visited at Rochester castle by the Earl Warren and William de Breuse. [With other knights as 24 sextaries of wine and of cider were consumed, and 164 horses were fed within the castle.]

4/15/1264, The rebel barons laid siege to the castle.

4/18/1264, King Henry and Prince Edward broke Montfort and Gilbert de Clare’s siege of Rochester castle.

4/20/1264, Roger arranged to buy 1400 eggs for the castle from the town.

4/29/1264, Roger de Leyburne and the Earl Warrren left the castle with a large contingent of forces to join the king’s army.

5/13/1264, Roger de Leybourne took part in the negotiations the day before the battle of Lewes.

5/14/1264, Roger supporting King Henry when the King and his son were captured at the battle of Lewes. An estimated 2700 died. Simon de Montfort became the effective ruler of England.

1264, On the return from the battle to Kent, Rochester castle was turn over to Simon de Montfort. Roger’s losses for provisions and horses came to 600£.

7/7/1264, Safe conduct … for … Roger de Mortuo Mari, … Roger de Leiburn, Roger de Clifford, Warin de Bassinburn, …, and other knights … together with their household, horses and good which they bring with them. (S) CPRs.

Bef. 5/28/1265, Roger was able to visit the King at Pershore, and Lord Edward at Kenilworth. [The date Lord Edward escaped captivity.]

8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated and killed Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham; ending the barons’ revolt. Roger de Leybourne rescued King Henry III during the battle.

8/24/1265, Lord Edward sent Roger de Leybourne and Nicholas de Leukenor to the Cinque Ports to establish precautionary measures against foreigners entering the kingdom.

9/28/1265, Roger, having secured the Tower, escorted the 40 leaders of London to Windsor to surrender the city to King Henry III. (S) Chronicles of the Age of Chivalry, 2000, P98. [Roger maintained the Tower for 3 months, expensing the king 40s a day.] [After Roger completed his post-Evesham duties for the king, the king acknowledged owing Roger 3094£ 10s 1.5d for expenses.]

1/5/1266, Roger sent by the king to the Cinque Ports with horses and arms to repress the malice of the sailors. [Roger was involved in this activity for 43 days, expensing 124£ 12s 8d.]

1/16/1266, Roger de Leyburn attacked and captured the city of Sandwich; losing horses valued at 200£. Roger left his son William and and Simon de Creye in charge of Sandwich. From Sandwich Roger went to Hastings to muniton the castle, then to Winchilsea to drive out the disaffected [which took 3 days.]

2/1266, Remission, at the instance of Roger de Clifford and Roger de Leyburn, to Isabel and Iseult daughters and heirs of Robert de Veteri Ponte, who held in chief, of the trespasses of said Robert in adhering to Simon de Monte Forti … they shall not be molested as regards the lands of their father … (S) CPRs.

5/6/1266, Roger began an assault on rebels still holding out in Essex with 34 knights, 7 men at arms, 7 of the king’s valets, 7 of the king’s balistarri, and some Welshmen and trackers, and 500 archers of the Weald.

5/15/1266, Roger’s forces engaged and captured the Earl of Ferrers at the battle of Chesterfield. [The last engagement with rebel forces.]

1266, Roger given the 13 manors of Henry fitz Aucher, and the house of Peter de Montfort in Westminster.

1/7/1267–3/25/1268, Roger de Leybourne holding Rochester castle [as well as Nottingham and Carlisle]; expenses include William de Leybourne going by the king’s command from Oxford to Nottingham with 8 knights and 30 ‘servientes ad arma’, and 64 horses, to receive the said castle for Sir Reginald de Grey, and the said William and his household stayed 4 days, and returned to Oxford with 6 knights.

3/20/1267, Whereas the king lately granted to Roger de Clifford and Roger de Leyburn the wardship … of Robert de Veteri Ponte, with the marriage of the heirs, and Idonia one of the daughters and heirs by licence of the king married Roger son of Roger de Leyburn, … (S) CPRs.

4/1267, Roger moving from Canterbury to Huntingdon to pursue Sir John de Eyvill.

1267, Roger crossed the Channel and stayed at Calais and Witsand with the Earls of St. Paul [the king’s son-in-law] and Boulogne for 10 days. [He was overseas a total of 26 days.]

3/9/1268, Pardon to Roger de Leyburn and those of his household and fellowship of all trespasses committed by them by occasion of the non-observance of the Provisions of Oxford, … (S) CPRs.

1268, The lands of Roger de Veteri Ponte were divided by convenant between Sirs Roger de Clifford and Roger de Leyburn, guardians of the lands, … to Roger de Clifford … castles of Appelby and Bruham … to Roger de Leyburn … castles of Brough and Marlestang … county Westmerland … (S) CPRs.

12/1/1269, Grant to Roger de Leyburn of 1000£ out of the money due at Christmas from Llewelin. (S) CPRs.

7/10/1270, … 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 … Roger de Leyburn … (S) FRsHIII.

8/1270, Roger left on the 8th crusade with Lord Edward.

11/10/1270, Roger, with Lord Edward, arrived in Tunis.

7/4/1271, James de Audley, justiciary of Ireland, … inspected letters of the Lord Edward … regarding … Roger de Leyburne, Alienor his wife, Hugh de Mortimer, and Agatha his wife, and their co-parceners of the county of Kildare, … (S) Cal. Of Documents Relating to Ireland, 1877, P154.

1271, Roger, of Kent, died on crusade.

(S) History and Description of Leeds Castle, Martin, 1869, P103. (S) Memories of Malling, Fielding, 1893. (S) The Archaeological Journal, V21, 1864, P29ff.

Family notes:

·         Bef. 8/27/1311 in London, Katherine d/o William de Leyburne, deceased, confrmed a grant in fee of all the lands at Sainte Croix-du-Monte in Gascony, granted to Roger de Leyburne her grandfather … was bequeathed to her by her father. (S) CPRs, 8/27/1311.

Children of Roger and ?:

i. William de Leyburne (60845578), born ~1240 in England. [Heir]

ii. Sir Roger de Leyburne, born ? in England.

Roger married Idoine de Vipont, d/o Robert de Veteri Ponte.

1/10/1271, at Westminster, Roger de Leybourne as witness to a royal charter. (S) Royal Charter Witness Lists, 2001, P189.

6/5/1281, Commission to Geoffrey de Nevill, … to make a perambulation of the bounds … between the land of John de Britannia, earl of Richmond in Richmond, in the county of York and the land of Roger de Clifford and Isabella his wife, Roger de Leiburn and Idonai his wife in Brough, co. Westmoreland, … (S) CPRs.

6/28/1283, Roger Leyburn 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.

Friday, October 26, 2012

G27: 121691152 William de Say


121691152. Sir William de Say & 121691153. Sibyl ?

~1205, William born in England, s/o 243382304. Geoffrey de Say.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
8/19/1230, William’s father died. William of age, in service beyond the seas.
9/20/1230, Upon the death of Geoffrey de Say, the king took the homage of William de Say, his son and heir, for all that Geoffrey held of the king in chief. (S) FRsHIII.
12/17/1233, Pledges for the Bishop of Exeter having the custody of the land and heir of W. d’Avranches: Earl Roger Bigod for 100 m. … William de Ros for 40 m. William de Say for 40 m. … Upon the barony of the same bishop, 300 m., by the king. (S) FRsHIII.
2/24/1234, Respite till the quinzaine of Easter, for William de Saye, touching prest of Ireland. (S) Cal. of Doc.’s Relating to Ireland, 1875, P310.
3/20/1235, Inspeximus … Maud de Mandeville, countess of Hereford and Essex, … Witnesses, William de Say, Geoffrey de Say, … (S) CChRs.
12/5/1235, William leased the castle of Grenewiz, co. Kent, to Katherine, widow of Henry de Edelmeton for 13 years. (S) CPRs.
1236, William de Sey holds 1 fee in Linton of the honor of Richmond. (S) Feudal Cambridgeshire, P66.
9/25/1237 at York, By treaty, Alexander II of Scotland asserted to King Henry of England that he was owed Northumberland as dowry of Joanna. King Henry acknowledge a grant of Tynedale in Northumberland, as well as the Earldom of Chester. … witness … W. de Say … (S) POMS.
5/28/1238, Protection for William de Say going on pilgrimage beyond the seas. (S) CPRs.
1241, William de Say, lord of Linton, Cambridgeshire, given a market and fair. (S) England in the 13th Century, Harding, 1993, P116.
4/7/1242, Protection for William de Say going beyond the seas with the King. (S) CPRs.
5/20/1242, Hugh X de Lusignan and his step-son King Henry III arrived at Royen, France with a small contingent; but with 30 tons of gold. They were soon joined by French nobles with Hugh as their leader against the forces of the Count of Poitou and King Louis IX.
7/1242, The 2 armies met at the battles of Taillebourgh and Saintes. At the battle of Saintonge, William de Say took John de Barres and 6 other knights prisoner. They were afterwards exchanged for English prisoners. (S) Matthew Paris’s English History, V1, 1889, P422.
9/27/1242, King Henry returned to England arriving at Portsmouth.
8/14/1244, William’s wife given 3 deer by the King.
6/11/1245, William de Say going to Wales on the King’s business exempted from suits of counties and hundreds and from all pleas, so long as he is in those parts. (S) CPRs.
5/27/1246, William granted a market and fair at Linton, Cambridgeshire. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
8/12/1247, For Hugh Peche and Ida de Seagrave [Ida is Maud’s sister]. Hugh Peche and Ida, his wife, who was the wife of Stephen of Seagrave, have made fine with the king by £500 for the trespass that Hugh made in abducting (rapiendo) the aforesaid Ida, …. The pledges for the said £500 are Gilbert Peche for £100, William de Say for £100 and Phillip Darcy for £100. (S) FRsHIII.
3/20/1248, Grant to the prior and convent of Norwich … witnessed by William de Say. (S) Royal Charter Witness Lists, 2001, P28.
4/23/1249, Inspeximus … Roger de Gyneses … Witnesses, Sir Peter de Sabaudia, … Sir Bertram de Crioll, … Sir William de Say and Sir Goeffrey de Lucy, … (S) CChRs.
1250, William given 2 deer by the King.
3/19/1252, Grant for William de Say, for life, that he may freely hunt the wolf, the hare, the fox, the cat, and the otter without nets in the water through all the king’s forests and rivers on this side of Trent, provided that he take none of the king’s deer. (S) CChRs.
5/30/1253, Protection for William de Say going to Gascony with the King. (S) CPRs.
8/6/1253, King Henry finally left for Gascony from Portsmouth with 300 ships to suppress a rebellion.
12/20/1253 at Bazas, France [east of Bordeaux], Charter to Robert Walerand … Witnesses:- … Humphrey de Boun, earl of Hereford and Essex, John de Plessetis, earl of Warwick, Roger de Sumery, John de Burgo, John Haunsard, William de Say … (S) CPRs.
3/19/1254, Henry’s army in camp at Meilhan, France [south of Bordeaux, near the Spanish border].
5/1254, William de Say with Earl Roger Bigod and others given permission by the king to follow after Simon, earl of Leicester in France [Seneschal of Gascony]. (S) Matthew Paris’s English History, 1854, P77.
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 to England.
1255, William de Say summoned to a great Council at Westminster. (S) Battle Abbey Roll.
5/1255, William de Say acquits the Prior and Convent of Cumbwell of all suit of court … (S) Archaeologia Cantiana, V5, Kent Arch. Soc., 1863, P220.
1256, William de Say founded the priory of St. Nicholas, parish of Brompton. (S) Publications – Somerset, 1914, P54.
2/10/1258, Inspeximus … brother Andrew, prior of St. Swithuns, Winchester … witnesses, Roger le Bigod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, Roger de Quency, earl of Winchester, Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford, William de Fortibus, count of Aumale, Hugh le Bigod, chief justiciar of England, John son of Geoffrey, William de Say, … (S) CChRs.
1259, William de Say made governor of Rochester castle. (S) History of the County of Kent, Dunkin, 1855, P28.
William married 2nd Mary ?.
5/19/1260, Appointment by the counsel of magnates, of William de Say to keep the castle of Roucestre; John de Cobbeham to deliver the castle to him. (S) CPRs.
12/4/1260, Licence for William de Say to enclose his wood of Hanger within the forest of Pambere with a hedge and ditch to make a park of it. (S) CPRs.
5/12/1261, Pardon at the instance of William de Say to Ralph de Nigun for the death of Roger de Corpesty and Robert Toly. (S) CPRs.
10/17/1263, William de Say [one of many] to come to the king at Wyndesor with the horses and arms … (S) CPRs.
5/14/1264, William supported King Henry, who was captured by Simon de Montfort, at the battle of Lewes. Simon de Montfort became effective ruler of England. William, the Earl Warrenne, and others fled to Pevensey castle, and from their to the continent.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated and killed Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham, ending the barons’ revolt.
8/8/1265, William surrendered the county of Kent to Roger de Leybourne. (S) CPRs.
4/2/1266, Safe conduct at the instance of G. de Clare, earl of Glouceser, and William de Say, for Hugh Peche and Robert and Thomas his brothers in coming to the king’s court to treat of their peace. (S) CPRs.
6/19/1266, Grant, at the instance of William de Say, to John le Mareschal and William his brother, sons of William le Mareshcan, deceased, minors, that if they can purchase to themselves … lands … of Alina le Mareschal … their grandmother … (S) CPRs.
11/20/1267, William de Say granted the marriage of John le Marescall heir of Alina le Marescall lately deceased, or of William brother of the said John. (S) CPRs.
1/30/1268, William de Say has letters of the king to conduct Robert Peche to the king’s court to treat for peace. (S) CPRs.
Bef. 2/12/1272, William, Knt., of West Greenwich, co. Kent died.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P727.
Family notes:
·         There is also a ‘William de Say of Stratfeld’ [Southampton] contemporary.

Children of William and Sibyl: [1 son, 2 daughters]
i. William de Say (60845576), born 11/20/1253 in England.
ii. Dau? de Say (30424233), born ? in England.



Thursday, October 25, 2012

G27: 39979038 Basset-Malbank


39979038. Thomas Basset & 39979039. Philippa Malbank

~1165, Thomas born in England, s/o 94555976. Thomas Basset & 94555977. Alice de Dunstanville.

~1180, Philippa born in England, d/o §William fitz Hugh Malbank & Ada de Beauchamp, d/o Hugh de Beauchamp.

1186, Thomas’ father died, his brother Gilbert succeeding.

2/1192, Letter commanding Hugh, bishop of Lincoln, to impose spiritual penalties against Count John of Mortain … those immediately subject to excommunication … [3 bishops] William Marhal, … Hugh Bardulf … Gerard de Camville, the earl of Salisbury, … Gilbert Basset, Thomas Basset, … (S) English Episcopal Acta, Karn, 2006, P211.

4/25/1194, A charter granted to Thomas Basset. (S) Pipe Roll Society, V10, 1888, P112.

9/1197, Confederation between Richard of England and Baldwin, count of Flanders and Hainaut, against Philip, king of England. … Thomas Basset … The above witnesses were sworn in Normandy, before the king of England and the Count of Flanders … (S) Life of Philippe Auguste, Rigord, 1826.

1197-8, …  Witnesses:- Sirs Thomas Basset, William de Uffinton, Thomas de Berghfeld, William Banastre of Silamested. (s) UKNA.

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

1201, Thomas constituted governor of Oxford castle.

1202, Thomas heir to older brother Gilbert.

8/2/1203, Thomas succeeded as lord of Hedenden, at the service of 1 knight’s fee and 20£ yearly.

1204, Thomas appointed sheriff of Oxford, with Richard le Turri as his undersheriff. [Thomas would serve until 1216.]

1204, Thomas granted the manor of Hedendon, Oxon, in fee farm. (S) Extinct Baronage, Banks, 1807, P23.

1205, Thomas Basset to deliver the castle of Deddington to Guy de Dyve. (S) Notices of the Parish of Deddington, Marshall, 1879, P7.

1205, Waleran de Newburgh, Earl of Warwick, died; Thomas placed in charge of all his lands. Thomas purchased the wardship and marriage of the heir, Henry de Newburgh, earl of Warwick, for 500 marks. (S) The Lady in Medieval England, Coss, 2000, P121.

1206, A trial before Thomas, sheriff of Oxon, and a jury of 12 men of Yarnton to declare whether 2 carucates belonged to the Lay Fee of Thomas de St. Wallery. (S) Oxford Hist. Soc., V24, 1893, P207.

1207, Thomas appointed Robert de Armory as his undersheriff. (S) Deanery of Bicester, Oxon, V8, 1894, P5.

1208, King John grante a fair to Sir Thomas Basset, to be held for 7 days at Colyton. (S) Journal – Bath and West Counties, V12, 1864, P265.

1212, Thomas stood firmly with King John while under the Pope’s interdict.

1213-20, Grant by William, the prior, and the canons of Blakemore. … Witnesses:- Sir Fulk Basset, provost of Beverley, Sir John de Sanford, Sir Thomas Basset, and Sir Warin, brothers, Sir Adam de Periton, …, Gilbert de Sanford. (S) UKNA.

6/19/1215 at Runnymede near Windsor, Thomas with King John as he was forced to agree to the terms of the Magna Carta.

1216, Letters patent for the delivery of Warwick castle to the earl of Warwick and Thomas Basset. (S) UKNA.

1216, Thomas served a fourth of a year as sheriff of Oxfordshire; replaced by Ralph de Normanville.

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

1218, Thomas, Sheriff of Oxon and Berks.

1218, Thomas assessed £42 10s in Headington, and £20 for the fee farm in the said Honor. (S) 3 Oxford Parishes, Stapleton, 1893, P9.

1219-20, Thomas, lord of Headington, Oxford and Colynton and Whitford, co. Devon died. (S) Pipe Roll Society, V10, 1888, P108.

1220, Philippa, widow of Thomas, confirmed a deed by Thomas to Wombridge priory. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Vs1-2, Eyton, 1854, P284.

(S) Three Oxfordshire Parishes, Stapleton, 1893, P9. (S) Church of Great Haseley, Oxfordshire, Weare, 1840, P41. (S) Oxforshire: Lords Lieutenant, Davenport, P24.

Children of Thomas and Philippa:

i. Philippa Basset, born ? in England.

Philippa married Henry, earl of Warwick.

10/10/1229, Henry died.

By 11/4/1229, Philippa married 2nd Richard Siward.

1242, Philippa’s marriage to Richard annulled.

1265, Philippa died.

ii. Joane Basset, born ? in England.

Joane married Reginald Valletourt.

iii. Alice Basset (19989519), born ~1215 in England.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

G27: 121691072 Bardolf-Gournay


121691072. Sir William Bardolf & 121691073. Julian de Gournay



~1230, William born in England, s/o 243382144. William Bardolf.
1237, Julian born in England, d/o 243382146. Hugh de Gournay & 4997409. Matilda ?.
1238, Julian’s father died.
7/23/1238, Grant to William de Cantilupo the younger, … for a fine of 500 marks, of the custody of the lands, &c. of Juliana, the daughter and heir of Hugh de Gurnay, with the marriage of the said Juliana, together with the custody and marriage of the child when born, whereof Maud late the wife of the said Hugh says she is pregnant … (S) CPRs.       
By 1241, Julian’s mother remarried.
4/20/1247, Concord between Brother Robert de Sanford, Master of the Knights Templars and William Bardolf, deforciant, of 1 mark annual rent for his mill of Reskinton … William, son of the said William Bardolf, who held the manor of Reskinton with the mill of the gift of the said William, present in the court. (S) Lincolnshire Notes and Queries, V7, 1904, P109.
5/3/1254, Protection with clause volumus for the following who are going with the queen to the king in Gascony ; … William son of William Barduf … (S) CPRs. [Prince Edward would marry Leonore at Las Huelgas in Burgos, which the queen attended.]
1254, William, lord Bardolf, of Wirmegay in Norfolk, lord of Castre in right of Julian his wife. (S) An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, Blomefield, 1810, P202.
8/15/1254, Grant to William Bardulf, the younger free warren in his demesne lands in Phillingeham, co. Lincoln, Conte’ and Castro, co. Norfolk, and Berlyng and Estden’, co. Sussex. (S) CPRs, 4/26/1380.
1259, Julian age 22 when her son was born.
1261, William Bardolf, senior, v. William Bardolf, junior, and Juliana his wife of manors of Canteleg’ and Castre. (S) Feet of Fines for Norfolk, V1, 1885, P98.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons. William the younger a supporter of Simon de Montfort.
5/14/1264, William’s father, a royalist at the battle of Lewes, taken prisoner with the King.
1264-5, Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.
4/14/1265, William “the younger” granted a market and fair at Ruskington, Lincolnshire. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham; ending the barons’ revolt in England.
3/28/1267, William “the younger” granted a market and fair at Birling, Sussex. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
1272, John de Chausy would not permit William Bardolf, Junior, & Julian, his wife, to have common in Mapeldurham Chausy. (S) Oxford Hist. Soc., V48, 1906, P132.
11/16/1272, King Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
1274-5, William, succeeding his father and doing homage, had livery of his lands, lying in the counties of Leicester, Lincoln, Nottingham, Norfolk, and Sussex [and soon after obtained charters for fairs and market to be held at his different manors]. (S) CFRs.
5/7/1276, The king has granted to William Bardolf that he may render the 150£ he owes the king for his relief … (S) CCRs.
5/20/1276, William Bardolf, chief lord of the manor of Haluton, came to the king’s presence and put themselves on the inquitions [Geoffrey de Leukenore vs. Theobald, son of Peter de Nevill.] (S) CPRs.
Bef. 3/1277, William Bardolf impleaded by John Corpel for a third part of the manor of  Rungeton, Wyrmegeye, Stowe, and Wimneberg. (S) CCRs.
7/3/1277, Protection with clause volumus for the following going to Wales on the king’s service … William Bardolf. (S) CPRs. [Knights in William’s retinue included Sir John de Gournay, Roger de Colvill and Gui de Botetourt.]
1278, In Billesdon, scutage of one fee paid to William Bardolf and Adam de Everingham by equal portions. (S) History of Market Harborough, Hill, 1875, P38.
11/4/1278, Enrolment of a deed … Sir Thomas de Clar’ … Witnesses: Sir Payn de Chaurces, Sir William Bardulf, Sir Rogert Typetot, … (S) CCRs.
1279, William Bardolf listed as holding lands in co. Lincoln. (S) Publications of the Lincoln Record Society, V20, 1925, P86.
3/3/1280, John de Burgh, the younger, holding the manor of Portslade of Sir William Bardulf by service of 10 knights’ fees. (S) Early Yorkshire Charters, Farrer, 1949, P35.
4/1281, William Bardolf, son of William, made enrolment of his charter to Hugh his son and heir, and to Isabel his wife, of the manor of Plumpton, Sussex. (S) Record of the House of Gournay, Gurney, 1845, P222.
4/1282, All the chiefs of the March-men, including William Bardolf, summoned to be at Worcester because the Welsh had captured Roger de Clifford, senr., and slain his men. (S) Historic Mansions of Yorkshire, V1, 1888, P54.
6/28/1283, William Bardolph 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.
7/8/1283, Commission … touching persons who broke the free warren of William Bardolf, while he was on the king’s service and under the king’s protection in Wales, at Stowe, Wormegeye, Ryngeton and Whynebergh, co. Norfolk. (S) CPRs.
9/30/1283, Grant by Robert de Vere, Earl of Oxford, to William de Warenne, eldest son of John, Earl Warenne, and to Joan, Earl Robert's eldest daughter, of the manor of Medmenham and land in Cestresham, … Witnesses: Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, William de Valence, Lord Pembroke, Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, Sirs William Bardolf … (S) UKNA.
5/29/1284, William Bardolf requests that he be granted the right to hold a market and two annual fairs at Hallaton [1 of 2 in Hallaton], an annual fair at Tilney, a market and annual fair at Whinburgh, and an annual fair at Cantley [Cantley previously held by his father-in-law]. (S) UKNA.
1/20/1285, Enrolment of a grant by Walter de Wygtone … Witnesses: Sir John de Vescy, Sir Otto de Grandisono, Sir Robert Tibetot, Sir William Bardolf, … knights … (S) CCRs.
4/30/1286, Order to cause William Bardulf to have in the forest of Shirewode 6 bucks, of the king’s gift. (S) CCRs.
2/15/1287, Protection with clause volumus for William Bardolf, going beyond seas, until the morrow of the Ascension. (S) CPRs.
3/5/1288, Edmund Bardolf instituted at Gedling, Nottingham, by patron Sir William Bardolf. (S) History of the Parish of Gedling, Gerring, 1908, P41.
1289, “William Bardolf: Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Norfolk, Leicestershire, Sussex, Lincolnshire, Oxfordshire” died. (S) UKNA, IPM. [William held Castre in capite as part of the Barony of Gourney.]
~1292, Lady Juliana de Gurney made a grant to her sons. (S) Berkshire Arch. Journal, Vs30-33, 1926, P123.
1294-5, “Juliana the wife of William Bardolf, alias Bardulf: Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Sussex, Norfolk” died, son Hugh her heir. (S) UKNA, IPM.
(S) A Gen. and Heraldic Dictionary, Burke, 1831, P25.

Child of William and Julian:
i. Hugh Bardolf (60845536), born 9/29/1259 in England.

Monday, October 22, 2012

G27: 121690976 Strange-Someri


121690976. John le Strange IV & 121690977. Joan de Someri

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
~1225, John born in England, s/o 121697006. Sir John le Strange III & 121697007. Lucia de Tregoz.
~1225, Joan born in England, d/o 486765256. Baron Roger de Someri & 486765257. Nichole D’Aubigny.
2/18/1249, Inspeximus … charter whereby Robert de Muscegros granted to Joan de Sumery, her heirs and assigns, the manor of Midelton … a pair of gilt spurs or 6d at Easter … Craucumbe … (S) CChRs.
John married Joan.
8/3/1253, A letter of Queen Eleanor appoints John and Robert de Grendon to look into trespassing in the woods of Ellesmere by Griffin de Brumfeud.
10/1255, Thomas Corbet brought a suit against John le Strange [the younger] alleging that he had taken goods worth 700 marks from his manors.
5/10/1257, Mandate to Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, Humphrey de Bohun his son, 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.
4/8/1258, William de Clare died; John le Strange, junior, on behalf of William, delivered the castle of Winchester to the king. (S) The Great Hall, Portal, 1899, P31.
9/15/1258, John le strange “the younger” had letters of protection for being at Chester in the King’s service.
6/1258, After the parliament at Oxford, John the younger with the barons and Simon de Montfort.
9/15/1259, John le Strange, Junior, captured 2 fallow-deer in the forest of Shropshire. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Eyton, V10, 1860, P272.
1260, John assigned custody of Mongomery castle. [John was summoned multiple times by the King about this appointment, but refused to attend.]
6/29/1260, While James de Audley was away at court, Fulk fitz Warin, Griffith ap Gwenwynwyn, and John le Strange sent Welshmen to ravage James’ lands, burning 3 vills, killing 8 men, wounding 10, taking 10 prisoners, 260 oxen …
8/1/1260, John le Strange one of the vassals to the crown summoned to muster at Chester with horses and arms against Lewellyn ap Griffith. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V7-8, 1858, P26.
1262-3, Sir John le Strange, … Sir John le Strange Junior, witnesses to a deed of Henry le Gyros. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V6, Eyton, 1858, P226.
1262-67, John enfeoffed by his father in Rowelton and Elleworthyn.
3/7/1265, John Lestrange the younger was given custody of Montgomery castle [which had been held by his brother Hamon.] John was then to proceed to meet with the king “on special business.” (S) CPRs.
3/25/1269, John succeeded his father by doing homage at Westminster.
1269-75, John confirmed to his sister Alice 10 solidates of rent in Tottynton, Norfolk. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Eyton, V10, 1860, P274.
1/26/1271, Joan and her sisters made a claim of lands of her maternal grandmother.
11/16/1272, King Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1273, Joan heir of her mother and father’s estates on the death of her father.
4/12/1274, John obtained Joan’s share of Caumpeden and other manors of her father and mother.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
12/28/1275, John died.
6/1/1276, Joan settled on son John V and his wife Alianore the manor and advowson of Midelton, Cambridgeshire.
1278, Joan died.
(S) A Chronicle of the Early Le Stranges, Le Strange, 1916.

Child of John and Joan:
i. John le Strange V (60845488), born ~1253 in England.

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