Thursday, November 8, 2012
G27: 121696964 Mauduit-Basset
~1170, Robert born in England, s/o 243393928. William Mauduit.
~1170, Isabella born in England, d/o §Lord Thurston Basset.
9/3/1189, Richard I succeeded King Henry II of England.
10/1194, Robert’s father died. (S) Beauchamp Cartulary, Mason, 1980, P54.
1196, Robert Maudit brought a lawsuit against Walter de Cauz. (S) Rutland Record, Is1-7, 1980.
Aft. 1197, Robert succeeded his father as the king’s chamberlain. [Fined 100 marks for his father's land, together with the castellanship of Rockingham, to hold during pleasure.]
1198, Hugh the miller and Robert Mauduit jointly owed 24s in Buckinghamshire for the chattles of a fugitive.
5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.
1199, Robert Mauduit paid 100£ for custody of the forests of Rockingham and Selveston. (S) Archaeological Journal, V35, 1878, P223.
1200-1214, Abbot Ralph de Arundel at the petition of Robert Mauduit, Chamberlain to King John, and Isabel his wife, decreed that the names of all who conferred gifts on the altar should be inscribed in the monastery’s bede-roll. (S) Medieval Westminster, 1200-1540, Rosser, 1989, P48. [Robert and Isabel were setting up a house at the abbey end of Tothill Street.]
1201-1212, Robert Mauduit held a fee of Fonthill. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, 1902, P9.
11/1200-1/1214, Confirmation by Isabel, wife of Robert Mauduit, the king’s chamberlain, of two messuages in Westminster which she bought from John Testard, to provide lights for St. Mary’s altar in Westminster abbey. (S) Bulletin of the Inst. of Hist. Research, Green, 1976, P20.
10/27/1201, Final concord between William son of Robert, plaintiff, and Robert Mauduit, tenant, concerning half a knight’s fee in Hanslope, regarding which William Wolf called Robert Mauduit to warranty.
1202-3, An assize to declare if Robert Mauduit and Rannulf the clerk of Weston disseized Thomas Fresel. (S) Early Northamptonshire Assize Rolls, 1930, P159.
1/1203-1/1214, Confirmation by Thomas, son of William the butler of Hurley and Pavia of Westminster, of his mother' s quitclaim to the king's chamberlain, Robert Mauduit, of all her land in Longditch. (S) Beauchamp Cartulary, Mason, 1980, P113.
1206, Robert’s lands given to custody of Hugh de Nevill. Later the same year, Robert’s lands were restored.
1206-7, Grant by William son of Robert Jud, parker of Hanslope, to the king 's chamberlain, Robert Mauduit, of his tenement in Mitcham, Surrey, inherited from William Bataille. (S) Pipe Roll Society, V82, 1974, P120.
1207, Robert son of Anketill obtained a writ of summons against Robert Mauduit for the custody of the land and heir of William Wolf. (S) Hist. of Buckingham, V4, 1969, P355.
4/27/1208, A suit concerning land in Rutland, brought by Simon Colle against Robert Mauduit, postponed. [The suit was transferred to Westminster.]
1208-9, Robert Mauduit, the king's chamberlain. (S) UKNA.
1209, Robert Mauduit owed 20 marks for his purparty of the lands which formerly belonged to Robert Giffard, to be held of Robert de Mandeville as the eldest coheir. (S) Hist. of Staffordshire, 1902, P10. [The heirs were Robert de Mandeville, Robert Mauduit, William Cumin, and William de Fontibus.]
1210, Thomas Mauduit grants to Salop abbey the homage of Henry fitz Sweyn … vill of Clia, … Witnesses: Robert Mauduit, … (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Vs3-4, Eyton, 1856, P77.
5/17/1211 at Chester, Robert Mauduit brought two suits concerning land in North Luffenham. (S) Rutland Record, Is1-7, 1980.
11/2/1211, By a final concord made in the king's presence at Reading, Robert Mauduit granted 3 mills … (S) Beauchamp Cartulary, Mason, 1980, P126.
1212, Robert Mauduit held Brought on Pogys, Wc, Oxon, in right of his wife.
1215, The king granted to Robert mauduit and Alan de Boclaund the castle of Dadinton to keep at his pleasure. (S) History of Banbury, Beesley, 1841, P88.
1215, Robert and his son William joined the barons in revolt against King John.
6/15/1215 at Runnymede, King John forced to sign the Magna Carta.
8/18/1216, An order was issued to the Sheriff of Oxford to give seisin to Robert Mauduit … Dadington castle (S) The Genealogist, 1922, P97.
10/18/1216, King John died.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
3/11/1217, William Mauduit granted safe-conduct for 8 days to negotiate his father Robert’s release with William Marshall. (S) Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, Vs49-50, 1976, P12.
10/10/1217, Robert was restored his lands when he swore homage to King Henry III.
10/30/1217, Robert allowed to levy a scutage on his knights and free tenants.
Bef. 3/1218, Robert granted a chapel in his curia at Mitcham by the prior of Southwark, Surrey. (S) Beauchamp Cartulary, Mason, 1980, P121.
1219, Robert Mauduit granted the substantial tenancy of 3 carucates to William de Teyll. (S) The 1235 Surrey Eyre.
1220, Waleran de Newburgh [the son] was only able to pay 92 of 200 marks which he owed to Robert Mauduit. (S) Rutland Record, Is1-7, 1980, P240.
12/1220-1222, Writ of Robert, son of Henry I … he has restored to William Mauduit the land which his brother Robert held of him. (S) Pipe Roll Society, V82, 1974, P96.
Bef. 6/19/1222, Robert died. (S) Flores Historium, V3, 1890, P12.
1/29/1223, To the keeper of the honour of Wallingford . Isabella who was the wife of Robert Mauduit, who is one of the heirs of Thurstan Basset, has made fine with the king by 20 m., …, for having her rightful portion that falls to her of the lands formerly of Thurstan, her father. Robert of Burnby and Joan, his wife, sister of Isabella, who is one of the heirs of Thurstan, have made fine with the king by 30 m. and one palfrey, …, for having the rightful portion of the same Joan that falls to her of the lands formerly of Thurstan, her father. Richard Burdun and Egelina, his wife, sister of Isabella, who is one of the heirs of Thurstan, have made fine with the king by 30 m. and one palfrey, …, for having the rightful portion of Egelina that falls to her of the lands formerly of Thurstan, her father. John le Brun and Alice, his wife, sister of Isabella, who is one of the heirs of Thurstan, have made fine with the king by 30 m. and one palfrey, …, for having the rightful portion of Alice that falls to her of the lands formerly of Thurstan, her father. (S) FRsHIII.
10/24/1225, Thomas de Venuz has made fine with the king by 10 m. for having to wife Isabella, who was the wife of Robert Mauduit. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire that, having accepted security from Thomas for the aforesaid 10m., he is to permit Thomas to have Isabella as his wife if she will consent to this. (S) FRsHIII.
(S) History and Antiquities of the Newport Pagnell Hundreds, Rarcliff, 1900, P109. (S) Pipe Roll Society, V82, 1974.
Children of Robert and Isabella:
i. William Mauduit (60848482), born ~1190 in England.
ii. Robert Mauduit, born ? in England.
Robert married Beatrice, d/o Ralph Murdac (243377350).
Robert, Lord of Warminster, baron of lands in Wiltshire and Somersetshire.2/29/1224, Pledges for Osbert Gifford … Robert Mauduit for 20 m. … (S) FRsHIII.