Thursday, February 28, 2013

G28: 243394000 ApGruffydd-Gwynedd


243394000. Owain-Cyfeiliog ap Gruffydd  & 243394001. Gwenlian verch Owain-Gwynedd

Bef. 1128, Owain born in Wales, s/o §Gruffudd ap Maredudd.
1128, Owain’s father died; his uncle Madog ap Maredudd succeeding.
~1145, Gwenlian born in Wales, d/o 79958920. King Owain Gwynedd ap Gruffydd & 486788003. Christina verch Goronwy.
1149, Madog ap Maredudd gave Cyfeiliog to his nephews Owain Cyfeiliog and Meurig. [Near the end of the year.] Owain’s share of his inheritiance formed the principality of southern Powys, later called Powys Wenwynwyn.
1153, owain attacked by Rhys ap Gruffydd.
1156, Owain freed his brother Meurig ab Gruffydd who was  being held captive at Maelor. [Owain either wrote, or had written by the court poet, “The Drinking Horn of Owain”, the story of this raid.]
1160, On the death of Madog ap Maredudd, Owain, holding Cyfeiliog, became the ruler of most of southern Powys.
1162, Howel ab Leuaf of Arwystli invaded the cantref of Cyfeiliog and captured Tafalwern castle.
1162, Owain invaded Arwystli, defeated Hywel, and rebuilt Talfolwern Castle. (S) Domen Fawr, Tafolwern.
1163, Owain joined with Owain Fychan [his cousin, s/o Madog ap Maredudd] to capture and destroy the royal castle of Carreghofa.
1165, Owain allied with other Welsh princes under Owain Gwynedd against the expedition into Wales by the English in the Berwyn area.
1166, Owain joined with Owain Fychan to drive Iorwerth Coch from Mochnant, which they divided between them.
1167, Owain was again a supporter of English rule.
1167, Owain attacked by Owain Gwynedd and Rhys ap Gruffydd who seized the commote of Caereinion [which Owain soon regained with the help of the English.]
1170, Owain established the Cistercian monastery of Strata Marcella. (S) Sheriffs of Montomeryshire, Lloyd, 1876, P362.
1173, Owain supported English activities in the area. [Rebellion was widespread because of the rebellion of the sons of King Henry.]
1177, Owain attended King Henry of England’s council at Oxford.
1188, Owain excommunicated for failing to support the 3rd crusade. [Owain refused to Baldwin, archbishop of Canterbury, in his recruiting in Wales.]
1195, Owan gave up rule to his son Gwenwynwyn and retired to the abbey of Strata Marcella.
1197, Owain-Cyfeiliog ap Gruffydd, Prince of Powys died; buried at Strata Marcella.
(S) Medieval Wales, Walker, 1990, P91. (S) History of Wales, V2, Lloyd, 1912. (S) Welsh Biography Online.

Family notes:

·         Gruffudd ap Maredudd, s/o Maredudd ap Bleddyn ap Cynfyn & Hunydd verch Eunydd.
·         Owain married 2nd a d/o Rhys ap Gruffydd.

Child of Qwain and Gwenlian:
i. Gwenwynwyn ap Owain-Cyfeiliog (121697000), born ~1160 in Wales.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

G28: 243393928 Mauduit-Senlis


243393928. William Mauduit & 243393929. Isabelle de Senlis

12/22/1135, Stephen crowned king of England; ursuping Empress Matilda, d/o King Henry I; and starting a civil war.
~1140, William, s/o 486787856. William Mauduit & 486787857. Matilda of Hanslope.
~1150, Isabel born in England, d/o 486787858. Simon de Senlis & 486787859. Isabelle de Beaumont. (S) FMG.
12/19/1154, Henry II succeeded King Stephen of England.
By 1158, William’s father died.
2/1158, The King gives to William Malduit, son of William Malduit, my Chamberlain, the Barony which was his father’s on the day that he became the King’s man at Wudestoc, to wit, Hameslape and Maneton, which I gave to his father at Nottingham.
1158-74, Simon de Senlis [brother of Isabel] confirmed to ‘Willelmo Malduit camerario domini regis et Isabelle uxori sue’ land in Grendon which ‘comes Simon pater meus dedit Willelmo Malduit et Isabelle uxori sue in libero maritagio.’ (S) FMG.
1160, Henry fitz Gerald and William Mauduit in the pipe roll. (S) Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 1932, P74.
1/1164,Constitutions of Clarendon … in the fourth year of the papacy of Alexander, in the tenth year of the most illustrious king of the English, Henry II., in the presence of that same king, … in the presence of the following: [10 counts], Richard de Luce, …, Roger Bigot, Reginald de Warren, …, William de Braiose, Richard de Camville, Nigel de Mowbray, Simon de Bello Campo, … Hugo de Moreville, William Madut, chamberlain, … and many other chiefs and nobles … (S) Yale Law School, The Avalon Project.
9/29/1165, William Mauduit in the Curia Regis at Westminster attested a quit-claim of Robert, abbot of St. Albans.
1166, William Mauduit, Camerarius, holding Porchester castle. (S) Herald and Genealogist, V5, 1870, P143.
7/1167, Southampton. ‘Et in liberacione … cum Willo Maledocto Camerario et thesauro £6 10s.’ [Willliam Mauduit of Hanslape, chamberlain of the Treasury.]
6/24/1169, The Sheriff of Southampton chartered a ship laden with treasure, and another ship to carry the horses of [William] the Chamberlain by royal writ. [William was taking money to the King in Normandy.]
9/1169, A suit in the presence of ten “Barons of the Exchequer” viz., Richard de Luci; … Henry fitz Gerold, chamberlain; Richard the Treasurer; William Mauduit; Alan de Nevill; Reginald de Warren; William Basset; …
1174-89, Grant by John de Crioil to Henry de Cornhull … Witnesses … John Mareschal, William Malduit, the King’s chamberlain, … (S) Reports From Commissioners, 1874, P16.
1175, Alan de Nevill … pleas of the forest in Northamptonshire … pardoned to … William Malduit the chamberlain 75s. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, V2, Farrer, 1925, P240.
9/1179, William appointed sheriff of Rutland. (S) Lists and Indexes, V9, 1898, P112. 
12/15/1179, “Et in careagio thesauri a Norhant’ usque ad Notingeham per Willielmem Malduit Camerarium [chamberlain] …”
1/1/1180, Notts and Derbyshire. ‘Et pro … per Johannem Cumin et Willielmum Malduit.’ … ‘Doncaster. Et ad … per Willm. Malduit Camerarium 5s.’
9/1180, William Mauduit, chamberlain, and John Cumin to convey the treasury from Northampton to Nottingham. (S) Biographical Dic. of the Judges of England, Foss, 2006, P210.
1180-89, William Mauduit issued a charter. (S) Early Yorkshire Charters, V7, 2013, P75.
8/1181, “Et pro deferendo thesauro a Norhanton’ … usque Winton’ per Johannem Cumin et Willielmum Malduit Camerarium 35s per breve Regis.”
1184, Member of the Exchequer: William Malduit, Chamberlain.
12/16/1184, Persons presiding in the Court of the Exchequer: Randulf de Glanville the King’s Justiciar; … William Mauduit, Chamberlain ; Roger de Glanville.
6/1188, William removed as sheriff of Rutland.
9/3/1189, Richard I succeeded King Henry II of England.
9/1189, William appointed sheriff of Rutland. (S) Lists and Indexes, V9, 1898, P112.
1193, William Mauduit made a payment to the Exchequer in order to have enrolled on the pipe roll a tenurial transaction. (S) Westminster Abbey and Its People, Mason, 1996, P171.
10/2/1194, William died. (S) Beauchamp Cartulary, Mason, 1980, P54.
(S) Court, Household and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878. (S) Chapters in the Administrative History of Medieval England, Tout, 1920.

Child of William and Isabelle:
i. Robert Mauduit (121696964), born ~1170 in England.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

G28: 243393932 Newburg-Warren


243393932. Earl Roger de Newburgh & 243393933. Gundred de Warren

8/2/1100, Henry I crowned King of England.
1101-2, Roger born in Normandy, s/o 486787864. Henry de Newburgh de Beaumont & 486787865. Marguerite de Perche.
~1118, Gundred born in England, d/o 319832122. Earl William de Warenne II & 319832123. Isabel de Vermandois.
1119, Roger’s father died.
4/15/1123, Roger succeeding his father as Earl of Warwick, witnessed the royal charter to Plympton priory.
Bef. 10/20/1123, ‘Henry, King of the English, to T., Bishop of Worcester, and R., Bishop of Chester, and Earl Roger … barons of Warwickshire, greeting. … Church of All Saints, Warwick, have all its customs and the ordeals of iron and water, … (S) History of Warwick School, Leach, 1906, P-XVIII.
1124, King Henry forced Roger, earl of Warwick, to concede 17 knights’ fees to Geoffrey de Clinton, sheriff of Warwickshire. (S) Ideals and Practice of Medieval Knighthood, Harper-Bill, 1988, P-7.
1125 in Normandy, Roger, earl of Warwick, witnesses the royal charter founding an abbey at Reading in Berkshire.
9/1126, Earl Roger returned to England from Normandy with King Henry.
1126, King Henry exchanged the royal property of Sutton with Roger de Newburgh, Earl of Warwick. (S) History of Sutton Coldfield, Bedford, 1891, P3.
5/24/1127-5/23/1128, Charter of Simon, bishop of Worcester, effecting the translation of the church of All Saints within the castle of Warwick, … decided with … the mutual consent of Roger, earl of Warwick, … (S) Cartulary of St. Mary’s, Fonge, 2004, P25.
1129-30, Earl Roger of Warwick receiving Danegeld exemptions, a sign of royal favor. (S) The Beaumont Twins, Crouch, 2008, P25.
1130, Roger likely complicit in the accusations of treason against Geoffrey de Clinton. (S) Aristocracy of Norman England, Green, 2002, P289. [The trial took place at Woodstock before King Henry and King David of Scotland.]
1130, Earl Roger accounts for £72 16s 8d and two war horses for his forestry. Roger’s mother Margaret, Countess of Warwick is named.
1130, Earl Roger granted lands at Pwllcynan and Pennard in Gower to Neath abbey.
9/8/1131, Earl Roger attends the council at Northampton and witnesses the charter to Salisbury.
12/1/1135, King Henry I, protector of the Clinton family, died. Roger, earl of Warwick, at once decalred war on the Clintons. Roger took back his lands, besieged Kenilworth, and pillaged the estates of the priory Geoffrey de Clinton had founded near the castle.
12/22/1135, Stephen crowned king of England; ursuping Empress Matilda, d/o King Henry I; and starting a civil war.
1/1/1136, In a sea battle, with the forces of the Roger, earl of Warwick, the Welsh, under Hywel ap Maredudd, were victorius, killing over 500 Anglo-Normans. [Roger lost control of Gower .]
4/1136, Robert witnessed King Stephen’s 2nd Charter of Liberties.
1136, Roger, earl of Warwick, witnessed King Stephen’s confirmation to the monks of Cluny of the manor of Letcombe Regis in Berkshire.
1138-39, Roger attended courts of King Stephen.
4/30/1139 at Worcester, Roger, earl of Warwick, at the Easter court of King Stephen.
9/1139, King Henry’s daughter Empress Matilda invaded England.
1140 at Stamford, Attending King Stephen’s court: Ranulf, earl of Chester; Gilbert, earl of Pembroke; Earl Simon; Roger, earl of Warwick; Earl Robert de Ferrers; William Martel; … Richard de Camville; Richard Fitz Urse; Eustace fitz John; … Hugh Wake; …
1140, Earl Roger’s forces involved in the battle for Nottingham.
2/2/1141, King Stephen captured at the battle of Lincoln.
4/7/1141 at Winchester, Empress Matilda acknowledged as “Lady of England and Normandy” by Bishop Henry.
9/1141, From Oxford, Empress Matilda marched an army on Winchester, to secure the treasury. Roger, earl of Warwick, was now a member of her army serving under Matilda’s brother, Robert, Earl of Gloucester.
9/14/1141, Roger taken prisoner at the siege of Winchester with most of the forces of Robert, Earl of Gloucester.
11/1/1141, Roger released in a prisoner exchange for captured King Stephen.
12/25/1141, Stephen again crowned King, and held a Christmas court. [The civil war would continue for 12 more years.]
1142, Roger returned his allegiance to King Stephen.
Aft. 1144, Roger, earl of Warwick, a benefactor of Pipewell abbey for the soul of his [maternal] uncle Rotrou. (S) Power and Border Lordship in Medieval France, Thomashon, 2002, P81.
1146, Roger took the cross of a crusader along with Waleran de Beaumont, count of Meulan [his paternal uncle], Earl William de Warren [his brother-in-law], and many other nobles.
6/1147, Roger joined King Louis VII of France on a crusade.
1/4/1148, The crusaders fought in a battle at Laodicea against the Turks.
1/7/1148, The crusaders in a night battle in the area of Mount Cadmus, where Turks ambush the main train of infantry and non-combatants well behind the main force.
3/19/1148, The crusaders reached Antioch.
By 4/1149, The crusaders failed to retake Damascus.
1149, Roger had returned to England.
9/18/1153, Roger, Earl of Warwick, died; son William succeeding. [Roger’s mother still living. Note: the same year, King David of Scotland, Earl Ranulf of Chester, and Earl Simon de Senlis also died.]
12/19/1154, Henry II [s/o Empress Matilda] succeeded King Stephen of England.
1155, Countess Gundred turned Warwick castle over to King Henry II.
1160, Gundreda, widow of Roger, earl of Warwick, granted remission of the scutage of 20 knights’ fees held in dower. (S) Lancashire Pipe Rolls, Farrer, 1902, P394.
1166, Gundreda holding Walton, co. Warwick in dower of her son William, earl of Warwick.
(S) Warwick Castle and Its Earls, Warwick, 1903. (S) Official Baronage of England, Doyle, 1886, P572. (S) King Stephen, King, 2010. (S) Numismatic Chronicle, V1, 1901, P444.

Children of Roger and Gundred:
i. Gundred de Newburg (189128125), born ~1135 in England.

Aft. 1156, William de Lancaster … by the advice and consent of William, my son and heir, and Gundreda my wife [the daughter], … souls of Gilbert my father, and Godith my mother, and Jordan my son, and Margaret, daughter of the Countess …  Witnesses: Gundreda, daughter of the Countess. (S) Lancashire Pipe Rolls, Farrer, 1902, P394.

ii. William de Newburgh, born bef. 1140 in England.

6/12/1153, William succeeded as earl of Warwick.
William married 1dt Margery, d/o John d’Eiville.
1167, William held 102 knights’ fees.
Bef. 12/28/1175, William married 2nd Matilda, d/o William de Percy & Alice de Tonbridge.
1184, William took the cross of a crusader.
11/15/1184, William died in the Holy Land; his brother Waleran succeeding.

iii. Waleran de Newburgh (121696966), born ~1140 in England.
iv. Agnes de Newburgn, born ? in England.

Bef. 1152, Agnes married to Geoffrey de Clinton, the chamberlain. (S) 1042-1189, Douglas, 1996, P1149.

v. Margaret de Newburgn, born ? in England.

Margaret died young.

Monday, February 25, 2013

G28: 243393920 Beauchamp-Braose


243393920. William de Beauchamp & 243393921. Maud de Braose

~1110, William born in England, s/o 79959090. Walter de Beauchamp & 79959091. Emmeline d’Abitot.
~1120, Maud de Braose, d/o 159916036. Philip de Breuse & 159916037. Aenor de Totenies.
1131, Walter’s son William de Beauchamp confirmed in his father’s lands [Elmley castle, Gloucester], and office of Dispenser. (S) Colonial England, Holt, 1997, P134.
12/22/1135, Stephen crowned king of England; ursuping Empress Matilda, d/o King Henry I; and starting a civil war.
1138, William’s brother Walter joined the entourage of Waleran, count of Meulan, and King Stephen’s Lieutenant in Normandy.
1139, Waleran, count of Meulan, created earl of Worcester by King Stephen. [William had his own claims to the castle and shrievalty of Worcester.]
9/1139, King Henry’s daughter Empress Matilda invaded England.
10/1139, King Stephen, at Worcester, conferred on William de Beauchamp the shrievalty of Worcester, and fief of Gloucester, forfeited by Milo, constable of Gloucester, owing to his revolt. (S) A Cotteswold Shrine, Baddeley, 1908, P10.
11/1139, William de Beauchamp defended Worcester castle against the forces of Empress Matilda.
1139-40, William de Beauchamp changed allegiance to Empress Matilda.
2/2/1141, King Stephen captured at the battle of Lincoln. [Waleran de Beaumont’s capture, who had escaped, likely a result of the defection of William de Beauchamp, sheriff of Worcester.]
4/7/1141 at Winchester, Empress Matilda acknowledged as “Lady of England and Normandy” by Bishop Henry.
1141 at Oxford, Empress Matildis by letters patent restored to William de Beauchamp the castle and honour of Tamworth, to hold as freely as Robert le Despenser, brother of Urso d’Abetot enjoyed. (S) Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae, Stapleton, P99. [William grandson of Urso.]
7/30/1141, Empress Matilda granted William de Beauchamp the office of sheriff of Worcester. “Also I give and concede to him the lands and inheritance of his close relatives who have been against me in my war and are not able to come to terms with me, unless another of his closer relatives shall have served with me in the war.”
9/14/1141, Empress Matilda’s forces defeated at the battle of Winchester; her brother Robert, earl of Gloucester, captured.
11/1/1141, King Stephen exchanged by Empress Matilda for Robert, earl of Gloucester.
12/25/1141, Stephen again crowned King, and held a Christmas court. [The civil war would continue for 12 more years.]
1145, Waleran, count of Meulan, wrote to William de Beauchamp, sheriff of Worcester, telling him of his imminent departure on crusade. Waleran appointed William to the lordship of Worcester. (S) War and Chivalry, Strickland, 1996, P287.
7/3/1147, A letter of Pope Eugenious to 4 English prelates naming John the Marshall, with William Martel, Hugh de Bolbec and William de Beauchamp as being accused of plundering the lands of Abingdon and of exacting forced labor for castle-building. (S) War and Chivalry, Strickland, 1996, P86. [‘… Willelmus Martel, Hugo de Bolebec, Willelmus de Bellocampo, Johannes Marescallus …’  (S) Geoffrey de Mandeville, Round, 1892, P416.]
Bef. 1148, William de Bello Campo quitclaimed to the prior and monks of the Church of St. Mary Worcester the forestage of Tibritune. (S) Historia Regum Britanniae of Geoffrey Monmouth, P82.
4/13/1149 at the castle of Devizes, ‘Henry, son of the Duke of Normandy and Earl of Anjou. … Know that I have restored to the church of Sarum … in the presence of Roger Earl of Bedford, Patrick Earl of Sarum, John Fitz-Gilbert, …, W’m de Bello Campo, Elias Giffard, Roger de Berkley, John de Saint John, Hubert de Valibus, Thomas Basset, … (S) Journal of the British Arch. Assoc., V40, 1884, P146.
1149-54, William de Andeville, a monk of Christ Chruch, Canterbury, excommunicated William de Beauchamp for breaking down the walls of the cemetery and robbing the church. (S) History of Evesham, May, 1834, P59. [William de Andeville had attacked William’s castle of Bengeworth.]
6-7/1150, King Stephen, in an attempt to reduce the influence of Waleran, count of Meulan and earl of Worcester [who was in residence in Normandy], attacked the city of Worcester garrisoned by William de Beauchamp. King Stephen’s forces ravaged the country side, but were not able to take William and his forces in the castle.
6-8/1151, King Stephen again besieged Worcester, now supported by William de Beauchamp. Robert, earl of Leicester [brother of Waleran], captured William and “kept him in close confinement.” (S) FMG. [Roger, earl of Hereford, was instrumental in William’s release.]
1/1153, Duke Henry [s/o Empress Matilda] landed in England with 140 knights and 3,000 infantry in 36 ships.
1153, King Stephen took the castle of Tamworth from William de Beauchamp and restored it to Robert Marmion.
12/19/1154, Henry II [s/o Empress Matilda] succeeded King Stephen of England.
By 1155, William replaced by William Comin as sheriff of Worcester. (S) Proceedings – Battle Conference, 1991, P97.
5/1155, William de Beauchamp with King Henry II as the siege of Bridgnorth during the rebellion of Hugh de Mortimer.
8/1155 at Worcester, William de Beauchamp witnessed a royal charter to the Norman abbey of St. Martin at Troarn, Bayeux, France.
11/1255, Staffordshire. William de Beauchamp, fermor of Trentham, has paid £15 to Geoffry Monk in the Camera Curiae.
1/1156 at Dover, William de Beauchamp witnessed a royal charter to Christ Church, Canterbury.
1156, William de Beauchamp, farmer of the royal manor of Bisley.
1156-1163, William de Beauchamp high sheriff of Gloucester. (S) History of Gloucester, Atkyns, 1803, P61.
1157, William the sheriff of Warwickshire and Gloucester.
1157, ‘Wills de Bello Capo’ at Trentham in Staffordshire with revenue of £30. (S) FMG.
1157, William de Beauchamp with King Henry at Worcester. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V2, Eyton, 1855, P64.
4/1158, William de Beauchamp and Manasser Biset with the King at Worcester. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V2, Eyton, P64.
1158, William de Beauchamp, farmer of the royal manor of Bisley, assumed the shievalty and accounted for the old farm pro Walter of Hereford. (S) Accession of Henry II, Amt, 1993, P43.
1159, William de Beauchamp accounts for the Fermorship of Trentham. (S) Collections – Staffordshire, V1, 1880, P27.
1159, William de Beauchamp accounted for the farms of Robert fitz Hugh in Warwickshire. (S) Restoration and Reform, White, 2000, P138.
By 9/1160, William de Beauchamp rendered accounts to king Henry II for sums expended upon the armour of the king of the islands, in Worcestershire; and in Gloucestershire, for his allowance. (S) Lords of the Centrial Marches, Holden, 2008, P152. [Sheriff also of the county of Hereford.]
By 1162, ‘Henry King of England … to his Sheriff and Minister of Salopescire … that ye cause a recognition to be made … let William de Beauchamp see the doing thereof. – Witness: Mannasser Biset, Dapifer. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V2, Eyton, 1855, P64.
6/1164, Worcestershire. Pro vino Regis … Idem Vicecomes (Willelmus de Bellocampo) reddit compotum de verteri firma de Gloucestria.
9/1164, William de Beauchamp, sheriff of Worcestershire, accepting the ferm of Trentham of £30. (S) Collections – Staffordshire, V1, 1880, P38.
6/1165, Worcestershire. William de Beauchamp, the Sheriff, charges – In liverae obsidum remanentium £13 10s 8d. …
1165, Herefordshire. Sheriff William de Beauchamp charges – Et Radulfo de Grosmund £8 5s 6d ad liveracionem Servientum de Grosmund …
3/1166, King Henry left England from Southampton. The defence of the country was left to sheriffs Geoffrey de Vere and William de Beauchamp, assissted by Richard de Luci and the Earl of Arundel. (S) Red Book of the Exchequer, Pt2, Hall, 1896, P-CXCIX.
1166, William de Beauchamp of Worcestershire an exception to under-reporting of knights [reporting 7] in servitude in the inquest of that year. (S) Feudal England, Round, 1895, P243.
1167, By writ of Richard de Luci, William de Bello Campo rendered £4 3s 8d for privisions for the castle of Chirk.
1169, William, sheriff of Worcester.
1170, William died; buried at Worcester. (S) Annales Monastici, V4, 1869, P65. [Hugh Poer replaced his as sheriff of Worcester.]
(S) Court, Household and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878. (S) King Stephen, King, 2010.

Child of William and Maud:
i. William de Beauchamp (121696960), born ~1150 in England.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

G28: 243383552 Berners-Barrow


243383552. Ralph de Berners & 243383553. Maud de Barrow

~1190, Ralph born in England, s/o §Sir William de Berners & Beatrix of Cokefield.
~1200, Maud born in England, d/o §Walter Fitz Walter of Barrow.
1212, The sheriff of Essex directed to give Ralph de Berners the younger seisin of 2 fees in Streethall. (S) Honors and Knights’ fees, Farrer, 1925, P214.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
9/1220, William de Berniers, pi. Ralph de Berniers, impedient. Manor of Iseldon with appurts. Plea of warranty of charter. (S) Feet of Fines, Essex, 1899.
1223, Ralph de Berniers the impedient vs. William de Berniers, plaintiff. (S) Starrs and Jewish Charters, V2, Lincoln, 1930, P236.
5/4/1224, Pledges for John of Bassingbourn: … Lambert of Moulton for 5 m. Robert Marmion junior for 10 m. Robert de Crèvecoeur for 5 m. … Robert Arsic for 10 m. Phillip d’Aubigny for 10 m. William Luvel senior for 5 m. … Hugh de Vivonne for 10 m.William de Cantilupe for 10 m. … Ralph de Berners for 5 m. … Ralph son of Bernard for 10 m. Phillip of Kyme for 10 m. … (S) FRsHIII.
9/25/1225, Essex. John de Berners gives the king half a mark for having a precipe against Ralph de Berners that he will acquit him of the service that G. bishop of Ely exacts from him. (S) FRsHIII.
4/14/1227, Ralph de Berners gives one mark for having a pone before the justices at Westminster , concerning a knight’s fee with appurtenances in Wixoe. (S) FRsHIII.
8/26/1234, Ralph de Berners gives the king 40s. for having his letters of conduct lasting for two years from Michaelmas in the eighteenth year, so that his ship, which Sewal of Maldon captains, may come safely and securely into the king’s power with all his property and merchandise aboard. (S) FRsHIII.
1235, Ralph died.
(S) Yseldon: a Perambulation of Islington, Tomlins, 1858, P98.

Family notes:

·         1166, Ralph de Berners held of Henry fitz Gerold, the chamberlain.
·         1190, Ralph de Berners held of Roebert de Helion’s fee.
·         1203, Fulk de Lisours, brother of Hugh, was his attorney in a plea against Ralph de Berners, who claimed his wife’s dower in a certain mill. (S) Pubs. Northamptonshire, V2, 1927, P75.
·         Sir William de Berners, of Berners Rothing, co. Essex; s/o Ralph de Berners [heir to his uncle Payne Burnel] & Isolda de Say; s/o Ralph de Berners & Nesta Burnel; s/o Hugh de Berners.

Child of Ralph and Maud:
i. Ralph de Berners (121691776), born ~1220 in England.

G28: 243382850 Duston-Erdington


243382850. Sir William de Duston & 243382851. Mary de Erdington

~1185, Mary born in England, d/o 486765702. Thomas de Erdington.
~1190, William de Duston born in England, s/o §William de Duston.
[–––Mary & William FitzAlan–––]
Mary 1st married William FitzAlan, s/o 189118208. William Fitzalan.
3/3/1215, William FitzAlan succeeded his father, doing homage at the Tower of London.
4/19/1215, William FitzAlan died. [No children.]
9/1215, The burgesses of York were order to pay William de Duston £50 towards the wages of the seargents at Scarborough castle.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
10/13/1217, Mary’s dower included the manor of Nortun; and lands in Norfolk and Suffolk.
[–––William de Duston & Mary –––]
Bef. 9/7/1218, William’s father died.
6/1219, William still under age, a minor in the wardship of Maud le Bigod.
William married widow Mary.
6/1220, William de Duston and Mary his wife called to answer John FitzAlan and show by what warrant they hold in the manor of Meleham, Norfolk, which John claims as his right and inheritance. Mary claims dower right from his brother William. (S) Curia Regis Rolls, V9, P57.
1223, Dionisia, widow of William fitz Geoffrey, appeared on the fourth day against William de Duston, in a plea of the one-third part of the vill of Langenhalre (Longner), which she claimed in dower. (S) Plea Rolls for Staffordshire, V4, 1883.
1224 in Northampton, Joan, formerly the wife of Henry FitzRalph, sued William for dower in Duston. (S) The Genealogist, 1904, P223.
6/1225, Willliam de Duston sued Thomas Coigne for the service of owing to him for the free tenement in Hulmo. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V4, 1883, P34.
11/12/1227, William de Duston in an agreement with Walter and Thomas Coyngne; 16 acres in Hulme. (S) Feet of Fines.
By 8/21/1231, William, of Duston, Northamptonshire, died. (S) FRsHIII.

Family notes:

·         Wakelin de Duston retired to the abbey of St. James, where he became Abbot.
·         1/28/1206, Walkelin de Duston died; his son William de Duston succeeding; receiving all the lands his fathere possessed at the time ‘he put on the habit of a religious.’
·         (S) Journal of Northamptonshire, V13, 1906, P244.
·         9/9/1214 in York, William de Duston [the father] paid a 10 mark seizin fine.
·         12/1215, William de Duston in rebellion against King John.
·         6/1216, William de Duston appointed by King John as sheriff of Northamptonshire.
·         10/13/1217, William gave allegiance of King Henry III.
·         5/15/1218, William of Duston pledged 30 m. for Robert Marmion in court to Ralph de Neville. (S) FRsHIII.
·         1218, Henry III committed to William of Duston and Ralph de Norwich the custody of Alnwick castle.
·         Bef. 9/7/1218, William of Duston [the father] died [his heirs his son William and a daughter Joan]. (S) FRsHIII. [Lands siezed in Staffordshire, Shropshire and Nothamptonshire.]
·         (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V8, Eyton, 1859, P206.

Children of William [de Duston] and Mary:
i. Isabel de Duston (121691425), born ~1225 in England.
ii. Roisia de Duston, born ? in England.

Roisia married Sir John d’Oyley.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

G28: 243382848 Grey


243382848. Robert de Grey & 243382849. Amice ?

~1190 Robert born in England, s/o 94560768. John de Gray.
1215, Robert’s brother, Walter de Gray, appointed Archbishop of York.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1219, Robert’s eldest brother Henry died.
10/25/1223, Lincolnshire. Amercements made before Robert of Lexington and his associates, justices constituted to take an assize of novel disseisin between Robert de Gray and Amice, his wife, and John de Baiuse and Ralph Reeve, concerning the free tenement of Robert and Amice in Thoresway. (S) FRsHIII.
Bef. 1245, Robert of Rotherfield died before his brother Walter, the archbishop of York.
(S) English Baronies: A Study of Their Origin and Descent, 1086-1327, Sanders, 1960, P36.

Child of Robert and Amice:
i. Walter de Grey (121691424), born ~1220 in England.

G28: 243382624 Stafford-Corbet


243382624. Robert de Stafford & 243382625. Alice Corbet

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
~1220, Robert born in England, 2nd s/o 486765248. Hervey de Stafford & 486765249. Petronila de Ferrers.
~1230, Alice born in England, d/o 486765250. Thomas Corbet & 486765251. Isabel de Valletort.
Bef. 6/20/1237, Robert’s father died, his brother Hervey succeeding; paying 500 marks for relief of his lands. (S) FRsHIII.
Bef. 10/3/1241, Robert heir to his brother Hervey. (S) FRsHIII.
10/24/1241, Robert fined 100£ for relief of his brother’s lands. (S) FRsHIII.
1241-61, ½ mark to the lord Robert de Stafford for all secular services owed by Ralph … (S) UKNA.
4/26/1242, The king has granted to Robert of Stafford that, of all debts which he owes him, he may render at two terms each year. (S) FRsHIII.
10/15/1242, The king has granted to Robert of Stafford that he may render 100s., which he owes to him for his relief by reason of the bishopric of Coventry and Lichfield being in the king’s hand from one knight’s fee that he holds from the same bishopric. (S) FRsHIII.
5/10/1243, Final concord between David, Prior of Kenilewurth, complainant, and Robert de Stafford.
5/3/1244, The king has granted to Robert of Stafford that he is to render 20 m. per annum to him at the Exchequer, … from year to year at the same terms until the whole of the debt has been paid to the king, for the £336 17s. 1d. that he owes him for several debts. (S) FRsHIII.
1245, Robert fined 60£ for 60 knights’ fees in aid for the marriage of the king’s daughter.
12/17/1246, The king has granted to Robert of Stafford that he is to render 100s. each year at Easter and 100s. at Michaelmas, until all money is paid to the king, for the £60 which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer towards marrying the king’s first-born daughter, and for the £314 7s. 1d. which he owes the king beyond those £60. (S) FRsHIII.
2/3/1248, Final concord between Brother William, Master of the Hospital of St. John of Stafford, complainant, and Robert de Stafford. (S) Collections – Staffordshire, V4, 1883, P240.
1250, Robert de Stafford [unsuccessfully] claimed the wardship of Isabel de Mutton, d/o Ralph. (S) Victoria History of Stafford, V4, Page, 1958, P82.
1250, Robert de Stafford son of Hervey was accused of having entered by force into the manor of Clopton. (S) Victorian History – Warwick, Doubleday, 1945, P262.
1/20/1251, Final concord between Robert, son of Vivian de Stanford, complainant, and Robert de Stafford. [Robert acknowleged the marriage of Isabel de Mutton as the right of Robert, son of Vivian de Stanford.]
4/21/1252, Final concord between Ralph Basset, complainant, and Robert de Stafford.
5/6/1253, Inspeixmus … of a charter whereby Robert de Stafford, knight, conveyed to Master Robert de Stafford, his uncle, the manor of Wotton, to deliver from Judaism the said grantor in respect of 200 marks due from him to Aaron of York … (S) CChRs.
5/30/1253, Protection for the following going with the king to Gascony … Robert de Stafford …(S) CPRs
6/9/1253, Final concord between Ralph Basset, complainant, and Robert de Stafford.
8/6/1253, King Henry left for Gascony from Portsmouth with 300 ships.
10/23/1253, King Henry’s army in camp at Benauge, France [east of Bordeaux].
12/28/1253, King Henry’s army in camp at Bazas, France [southeast of Bordeaux].
3/19/1254, King Henry’s army in camp at Meilhan, France [south of Bordeaux, near the Spanish border].
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 his army to England.
Robet married 2nd Joan ?.
1256, ‘Noverint universi presens scriptum visuri vel audituri Robertus de Safford salutem. … quietclamasse … villa de Coppenhale. …’ (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, 1908, P129.
6/20/1256, Grant to Robert de Stafford that the execution of his will shall at no time be impeded by reason of any debts … (S) CPRs.
1258, Robert summoned to the king at Chester with horse and arms to go against the Welsh.
1259, Lord Edward led King Henry’s campaign against Welsh prince Llywelyn ap Gruffydd.
1260, Robert summoned to the king at Shrewsbury. [Prince Llywelyn had invaded the Marches of Wales.]
Bef. 6/4/1261, Robert de Stafford died; wardship of land and heirs assigned to Edward the king’s son. (S) CPRs
(S) The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Percy, 1838, P279. (S) Papers Relative to the Two Baronies of Stafford, 1807, P2. (S) Collections – Staffordshire, V4, 1883.

Children of Robert and Alice:
i. Nicholas Stafford (121691312), born ~1250 in England.
ii. Rosia de Stafford, born ? in England.

Rosia married Richard de Stretton.
7/30/1294, Richard testifed in the proof-of-age inquitision of Nicholas’ son and heir Edmund.

G28: 243382596 FitzJohn-Dunbar


243382596. Baron Roger Fitz John & 243382597. Isabel of Dunbar

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
Aft. 1219, Roger Fitz John de Balliol born in England, heir & s/o 486765192. John Fitz Robert & 486765193. Ada de Balliol.
~1220, Isabel born in Scotland, d/o 486765194. Patrick of Dunbar & 486765195. Eupheme de Brus.
1240, Roger’s father died.
Bef. 6/22/1249, Roger, of Warkworth, Northumberland, Clavering, Essex died in Normandy.
Isabel married 2nd Simon Bayard of Northumberland.
5/19/1262, Simon Bayard and Isabella, his wife, are in amercement for many defaults, versus William Comyn and Euphemia, his wife. Simon and Isabella were summoned to answer to William and Euphemia in a plea that they should deliver to them 540 marks which they owe. William and Euphemia, by attorney, say that a certain Euphemia, grandmother of Euphemia [paternal mother of Isabella], infeft the latter in the manor of Athelgalthwyn in Scotland of the grandmother’s heritage. (S) POMS.
4/28/1266, Simple protection without term for Simon Baard.
1268, Newcastle assize; Richard de Gosebek of Gosebek in Suffolk and his wife brought an action against Simon Baard and Isabella his wife to enforce covenants made between them regarding the manor of Aydon. (S) History of Northumberland, Hinds, 1914, P342.
1269, ‘Assisa venit recognitura si Isabella, quae fuit uxor Rogeri filii Johannis, Simon Bayard, … (S) 3 Early Assize Rolls for the County of Northumberland, XIII, 1891, P175.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P210.

Family notes:

·         1/6/1252, Roger son of John’s lands extended at 120£ 19s 8.5d.

Children of Roger and Isabel:
i. Robert Fitz Roger (121691298), born 1247 in England.
ii. Eupheme Fitz Roger, born ? in England.

Eupheme married 1st Sir William Comyn.
Eupheme married 2nd Sir Andrew de Moray.

G28: 243382594 FitzRanulph-Percy


243382594. Lord Ralph Fitz Ranulph & 243382595. Anastasia de Percy

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1218, Ralph born in England, s/o 486765188. Ranulph Fitz Robert & 486765189. Mary le Bigod.
~1220, Anastasia born in England, d/o 486765190. William de Percy & 486765191. Joan Briwere.
4/24/1242, Ralph son of Randolf given protection with clause volumus as long as he be beyond seas with the king. (S) CPRs.
5/20/1242, King Henry III arrived at Royen, France, with a small contingent; but with 30 tons of gold. They were soon joined by French nobles 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, with the superior sized French force winning.
9/27/1242, King Henry returned to England arriving at Portsmouth.
Bef. 12/7/1252, Ralph age 34 at the death of his father.
5/30/1253, Ralph son of Randolf given protection for going with the king to Gascony. (S) CPRs.
8/6/1253, King Henry left for Gascony from Portsmouth with 300 ships.
10/23/1253, King Henry’s army in camp at Benauge, France [east of Bordeaux].
12/28/1253, King Henry’s army in camp at Bazas, France [southeast of Bordeaux].
3/19/1254, King Henry’s army in camp at Meilhan, France [south of Bordeaux, near the Spanish border].
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 his army to England.
5/11/1257, Settlement of disputes between Sir Ralph son of Rannulph and lady Avice Marmyun [heir & d/o Gernagan fitz Hugh, widow of Robert Marmion] about common of pasture … of Welle, Tanefeld, Nosterfeld, Karethorp, and Fagherwall. (S) Yorkshire Deeds, V2, Brown, 2013, P180.
1258, Ralph Fitz-Ranulph, lord of Middleham, founded a house of Franciscas in conjunction with the Scropes. (S) Handbook of Yorkshire, Murray, 1904, P361.
1261-62, Ralph Fitz-Ranulph a justice itinerant.
1262, Ralph a justice for pleas of the forest under Robert de Neville. (S) Honor and Forest of Pickering, V4, Turton, 1897, P182.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
10/20/1263, As the king has taken under his protection the abbey of St. Mary, York, he commands Peter de Brus and Ralph son of Randolf to defend the abbot and monks … when it is needful … Hugh le Bigod and Henry de Percy are enjoined to assist … (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.
1264-65, Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.
7/10/1264, Ralph, Lord of Middleham manor, 1 of the barons with Robert de Neville and other barons of the north, “to repair to the King, having been drawn for the liberation of Prince Edward.” (S) Old Yorkshire, Wheater, P243.
1/17/1265, Safe conduct for John de Balliolo, Peter de Brus, Robert de Nevill, … Gilbert Haunsard, Ralph son of Randolf, … coming to the king … . (S) CPRs.
5/28/1265, Lord Edward escaped captivity by feigning participation in a horse race.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham; ending the barons’ revolt.
10/30/1265, Simple protection, at the instance of Ralph son of Ranolf, for John, parson of the church of Torneton in Lonesdale. (S) CPRs.
2/10/1266, Writ of aid for Henry de Alemannia to defend the counties of York, Nottingham, and Derby directed to … Peter de Brus, John de Baillol, Ralph son of Randolf, Henry de Percy, Robert de Nevill, John de Eyvill, Richard Foliot, Thomas de Furnivall, … and Alesia de Lacy. (S) CPRs.
5/13/1266, Mandate to Henry de Aleimannia and John de Balliolo, as the king wishes that they shall retain with him the services at present due from the bishop of Durham, Peter de Brus, … and Ralph son of Randolf for the defence of the northern parts and the grieving and subduing of the king's enemies there, … bring them to the town of Northampton.
5/1266, King Henry began a siege of 7 months of Simon de Montfort’s [Jr.] forces at Kenilworth castle.
12/1/1269, Ralph son of Randolf claims 10 bovates in Thorp in Hertenesse against John Gylet. (S) CPRs.
2/20/1270, Ratification of a lease by John de Brittannia, earl of Richmond, to Ralph son of Randolph of the town of Beynebrugg, for six years. (S) CPRs.
3/31/1270, Ralph, knt. of Middleham and Barton, Yorkshire, died; buried at the quire of Coverham Abbey.
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.
Bef. 4/28/1272, Anastasia died.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P616. (S) The Judges of England, Foss, P331.

Children of Ralph and Anastasia:
i. Mary Fitz Ranulph (121691297), born ~1240 in England.
ii. Joan fitz Ranulf (94560391), born ~1242 in England.
iii. Anastasia fitz Ranulf, born ? in England.

6/18/1270, Grant to Edward the king’s son of the wardship of the lands belonging of hereditary right to the ‘postnatam’ daughter and one of the heirs of Ralph son of Randolf … with the marriage … (S) CPRs.
8/13/1270, Whereas the king latelay gave to Edward his son the wardship of Anastasia, daughter and one of the heirs of Ralph son of Randolf … of the lands falling to her by inheritance, with her marriage, and Edward grant the said wardship and marriage to Gilbert Haunsard, for a fine of 400 marks, the king accepts the grant. (S) CPRs.
Anastasia married to John Haunsard.
By 1272, Anastasia died.

Friday, February 22, 2013

G28: 243382592 Neville


243382592. Robert de Neville

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
~1225, Robert born in England, s/o 11817120. Geoffrey de Neville & 11817121. Joan de Monmouth.
Bef. 9/29/1242, Robert’s father died.
1246, Robert did homage for the lands of his paternal grandfather.
1251, Robert de Neville and his brother, Geoffrey, taking venison in the forest of Galtres for the King's Christmas larder. (S) Ancestry of Chamberlain Grant, Henderson, 2000, P272.
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.
1254, Robert Neville paid into the Queens garderobe £15 6s 3d for his relief.
1255, Robert give free warren in his lands in York.
9/26/1255, Exemption for life, at the instance of Robert de Nevyle, of William Haket … .
9/13/1256, Licence for life for Robert de Nevyle to hunt with his own dogs the hare, the fox and the cat through the forest of the county of York.
8/8/1257, Protection for Robert de Nevyle, going on the king’s service into Wales.
3/30/1258, Whereas the king requested Robert de Ros that in the instant war and disturbance of Scotlan, he should commit to Robert de Nevyle, sheriff of Northumberland, his castle of Werk, … and to receive the said Robert and his men … the sheriff to deliver back the castle immediately after the conclusion of the war.
4/2/1258, The king has committed to Robert de Nevill W. bishop of Durham’s castle of Norham for the war in Scotland …  [Robert also receiving the castles of Baunburg and Newcastle upon Tyne.]
6/1258, Robert  a signer the Provisions of Oxford; an agreement between King Henry and the barons over governement reform.
8/6/1259, Grant to Robert de Nevill, keeper of the castle of Baunburg, of 500 marks for expenses in going several times to Scotland on the king’s service.
8/16/1260, Safe conduct for the king of Scotland and his queen the king’s daughter, … coming to England … the king has sent to the said king and queen his special messengers … Robert de Nevill, Hugh de Bolebek, William le Latymer … to ask them to come to the king, and to come with them personally.
6/14/1261, Robert appointed justiciar of the forests beyond the Trent.  [Receiving 100 marks a year.]
3/15/1262, Appointment of Robert de Nevill, Hugh de Bolebek, … to go on eyre for pleas of the forest in counties Nottingham, York, Northumberland, Cumberland and Lancaster.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
5/6/1263, Commitment to Robert de Nevill of the castle of Devizes with the town, the manor Rudes, and the forests of Peusham. [Given to Philip Basset, justiciary of England, the next month.]
6/12/1263, Robert appointed King’s Captain in the county of York.
7/18/1263, Commitment, by the counsel of the magnates, to John de Eyvill, of the castle of York; Robert de Nevill to deliver it. [Two days later Robert had to deliver to John de Eyvill the forests beyond Trent.]
12/16/1263, John de Eyvill to deliver the keeping to the castle of York back to Robert de Nevill.
3/1/1264, Mandate to the mayor and citizens of York to be counsel and aid to Robert de Nevill, … as the king has heard tha John de Eyvill detains the said castle from him by force, …
4/20/1264, Robert de Neville to munition the castle of York with victuals, to remain to the king unless they are spent by reason of war.
5/14/1264, King Henry captured at the battle of Lewes, “at the Mill of the Hide”. Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.
6/27/1264, Mandate to John de Eyvill, keeper of the peace, and Robert de Nevill, to deliver the county of York to William de Boszeall.
10/6/1264, Robert de Neville and other barons of the north, “to repair to the King, having been drawn for the liberation of Prince Edward.” (S) Old Yorkshire, Wheater, P243.
5/28/1265, Lord Edward escaped captivity by feigning participation in a horse race.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham; ending the barons’ revolt.
10/25/1265, Robert de Nevill to deliver the forests beyond Trent to Roger de Leyburn.
5/5/1266, Mandate to Henry son of the king of Almain, John de Balliolo, Robert de Brus, Peter de Brus, Robert de Nevil, and the rest of the barons and knights with them in the north, to come with horses and arms to Northampton towards the castle of Kenilwurth to attack the king’s enemies and take that castle.
5/9/1266, Robert appointed governor of manor and castle of Pickering.
6/21/1266, King Henry began the siege of Kenilworth castle [lasting almost 6 months, the largest siege in the country of England.]
11/14/1266, Grant to Robert de Nevill, to whom the king lately committed the castle of Bramburgh, … his expenses …
12/13/1266, Kenilworth castle surrendered.
9/17/1267, Commission to Robert de nevill, Roger de Sumer and John le Bretun … award of Kenilworth shall be fullfilled … appointed them as justices to do and complete the inquisitions … counties of Lincoln, Northampton, Leciester, Warwick, Rutland, Oxford, Berks, Buckingham and Bedford.
2/6/1268, Commission to Robert de Nevile, … justicies of oyer and terminer, touching pleas of lands … county of Warwick …
9/6/1269, Wheras A. king of Scotland, and Margaret, queen of Scotland, his consort, the king’s daughter, are coming to England … to enjoy themselves with the king … Edmund the king’s son, and Robert de Nevill to come, stay and depart at their own will … the king them and the men they bring with them into his protection.
5/13/1270, Grant to Robert de Nevill of the marriage of the heirs of Henry de la Vale who held in chief.
10/30/1270, Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Nevill, … trespasses committed by Roger de Lancastre, … against the king’s son A. king of Scotland, …
11/16/1272, King Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1273, Robert married 2nd Ida de Bertram, d/o Roger.
1273, William of York brought a case against Robert de Neville and Elias de Rylleston. (S) Early Yorkshire Charters, V7, 2013, P158.
8/19/1274, Robert de Neville did homage to King Edward at his coronation. (S) Making of the Neville Family, Young, 1996, P54.
1275, Robert held the castle of Bamburg for the King.
11/12/1275, Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Nevill, … disputes between the mayor, citizens, and bailiffs of York …
1276, Robert held the castle of Scardeburg for the King.
4/21/1278, Protection with clause volumus for Robert de Nevill, going beyond seas.
1279, Robert de Neville a justice itinerant in the palatinate of Durham. (S) County Palatine of Durham, Lapsley, 1900, P176.
Bef. 8/20/1282, Robert died.
(S) Old Yorkshire, Wheater, 1885, P243. (S) Calendar of Patent Rolls.

Child of Robert and ?:
i. Robert de Neville (121691296), born by 1240 in England. 

Thursday, February 21, 2013

G28: 243382542 Gant


243382542. Gilbert de Gant

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
~1215, Gilbert born in England, s/o 94556042. Earl Gilbert de Gant.
Bef. 1/22/1242, Gilbert’s father died.
2/23/1242, The king has taken the homage of Gilbert de Gant for all lands and tenements formerly of Gilbert de Gant, his father, which fall to him by hereditary right.
5/5/1242, Gilbert de Gant has made fine with the king for the same by 200 m. Order to the sheriffs of Berkshire, Northamptonshire , Lincolnshire , Yorkshire , Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire and Oxfordshire to cause him to have his scutage.
6/5/1242, Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire that, having accepted security from Gilbert de Gant, son of Gilbert de Gant that he will render £100 to the king for his relief …, he is to permit him to have peace in the meantime.
1242, Gilbert paid scutage to not go overseas with King Henry on his expedition to Poitou.
1243, John de Orreby held Orreby and Ingoldmells by the third part of a knight’s fee of Gilbert de Gaunt. (S) Lincolnshire Notes & Queries, V9, 1907, P117.
4/15/1244, Robert of Willoughby gives 1 m. for having a writ for summoning Gilbert de Gant from the county court of Lincolnshire to Westminster to show by what warrant he raised a warren in the land of the same Robert and took and detained the dogs of the same.
5/22/1244, The king has granted to Gilbert de Gant that he is to pay him £50 per annum, … until all the debt is paid to the king, for the £790 2s. 7d. which he owes him for several debts, both from the time of his father and from his own time.
10/14/1245, In the camp at Deganwy. The king has given respite to Gilbert de Gant, …, from the aid generally granted to the king to marry his first-born daughter. [Gilbert assessed £68 on 68 knights’ fees.]
4/15/1246, Merton. The king has pardoned to Gilbert de Gant 10 m. of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the justices of the Bench for a default that he made against Thomas de Linleg’.
1252, The Abbat of Ryvall v. Gilbert de Gaunt, to permit him to have in Gilbert's wood in Swaledale dogs, horns, and all necessaries for his houses, hedges, hearths, folds and lodges, and other easements in the forest. (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V17, 1895, P177.
1254, Robert de Wylughby held a seventh part of a fee in Welton of Gilbert de Gaunt. (S) Historical Account of Wainfleet, Oldfield, 1829, P257.
2/3/1256 at Lincoln, Between Ralph abbot of Croyland, Gilbert de Gaunt, Robert de Well, Robert de Wylgeby, Nicholas de Grendal', Jollan de Hamby and Gilbert de Orreby, querents, and William de Gaunt and Alice his wife, deforciants, of a certain sewer which they claimed to have in the lands of William and Alice in Munby and Hogestorp. (S) Final Concords of the County of Lincoln: 1244-1272, 1920.
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.
7/19/1258, It has been provided by the council of magnates that Gilbert de Gaunt shall have the keeping of the castle of Scardeburg … Robert de Neville to deliver the castle to him. (S) CPRs.
8/28/1259, Mandate to Gilbert de Gaunt, … committed to the keeping of the castle of Scardeburg … to maintain and defend the ancient prises and other liberties and customs belonging thereto … (S) CPRs.
1260, Gilbert summoned to parliament by King Henry. (S) Battle Abbey Roll.
5/19/1260, Mandate to Gilbert de Gaunt to deliver the castle of Scardeburgh to Hugh le Bigod, justiciary of England. (S) CPRs.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
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.
9/16/1264, Power to … to examine and amend the form of peace between the king and the barons; … and the king wills that peace shall be made between him and the earl of Leicester … directed to Simon de Monte Forti, earl of Leicester, Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, John son of John, John de Burgo the elder, William de Monte Canisio, Henry de Hastinges, Gilbert de Gaunt and the rest of the barons and magnates of England. (S) CPRs.
12/14/1264, Gilbert summoned to parliament by Simon de Montfort.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham, ending the barons’ revolt. Gilbert de Gaunt fought with the barons under John de Mucegas, constable of Salisbury. Gilbert became a prisoner of Lord Edward. (S) The Barons’ War, Blaauw, 1871, P326.
9/25/1265, Commitment to John de Vallibus of the keeping of the lands of Robert de Welles, lately deceased, which lans the said Robert held of the fee of Gilbert de Gaunt, the king’s enemy. (S) CPRs.
10/13/1265 in London at parliament, King Henry had all of his opposing barons disinherited.
10/31/1266, The Dictum de Kenilworth allowed those who had opposed the King their lives for a loss of liberties of 3 to 5 years. [Gilbert also paid 3000 marks to redeem his estates.]
9/15/1268, Remission to Gilbert de Gaunt of the king’s indignation and rancour … tresspasses … in the time of the late disturbance and pardon of the said trespasses; ratification also of the restitution made to him by H. son of the king of Almain, of his lands. (S) CPRs.
11/16/1272, King Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1274, Gilbert died.
(S) Historic Peerage, Nicolas, 1857, P209. (S) Fine Rolls of Henry III.

Family notes:

·         Sir Gilbert de Gaunt, ‘barre of six, or and azure, a bend gules.’

Children of Gilbert and ?:
i. Gilbert de Gant, born 1250 in England.

1274, Gilbert succeeded his father and summoned to parliament.
7/5/1277, John de Pothou, going with Gilbert de Gaunt on the king’s service to Wales. (S) CPRs.
6/8/1294, Gilbert summoned to parliament.
1/26/1297, Gilbert summoned to parliament.
1297, Gilbert died.

ii. Margaret de Gant, born ? in England.

Margaret married William de Kerdeston.
Child: Roger de Kerdeston, born 1273; 1297, heir to his uncle Gilbert.

iii. Nicolaa de Gaunt (121691272), born ~1255 in England.
iv. Julian de Gant, born 1257 in England.

1297, Julian, age 40, heiress to her brother Gilbert.
Aft. 1309, Julian died unmarried.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

G28: 243382540 Peter de Mauley


243382540. Peter de Mauley III

~1226, Peter born in England, s/o 486765080. Peter de Mauley II & 486765081. Isabel de Turnham.
2/6/1235, Grant to ‘Petrum de Malo Lacu et Isabella uxorem eius’ and her heirs, for half a knight’s service, of a moiety of the disputed manor of Cliffe and a carucate of land called the Ness, both of which they recognise as belonging to the bishop and his church of Durham. (S) Durham, Snape, 2002, P319. [Grant to Peter and the heirs of Isabel in the year ‘anno regni regis Henrici filii regis Iohannis decimo nono’.]
9/27/1237, Acceptance of a marriage contracted between Peter son and heir of Peter de Brus, and Hilary eldest daughter of Peter de Malo Lacu, also a marriage contracted between Peter son and heir of the said Peter de Malo Lacu and Joan, eldest daughter of the said Peter de Brus. (S) CPRs.
Bef. 12/22/1241, Peter’s father died.
5/24/1242, The king has committed to Gerard la Grue all lands formerly of Peter de Maulay … Gerard is to keep the castle of Mulgrave at his own costs and is to find Peter’s mother [Christiana, step-mother] all that she will need, …. (S) FRsHIII.
10/12/1242, Provision made for the marriage of Peter and his brother Robert. (S) English Historical Review, V11, 1896, P517.
Joan de Brus died [or the marriage contract was anulled.]
10/13/1243, Grant to the archbishop of York of the marriage of Peter de Malo Lacu, son and heir of Peter de Malo Lacu, and in case of his death of Robert de Malo Lacu, brother of the said Peter. (S) CPRs.
12/5/1243, The king has granted to Guy de Roussillon all lands formerly of Peter de Maulay, to have at farm until the lawful age of the heirs of the same Peter for 500 m. (S) FRsHIII.
1/27/1244, Grant to Guy de Russilun … 400 marks of rent … 200 marks … out of the lands late of Peter de Malo Lacu … (S) CPRs.
3/20/1244, Peter de Malo Lacu holding a market at Glatton. (S) Gazetter of Markets and Fairs.
12/12/1245, From the lands of Peter de Maulay. From Egton, 4 m.; From Hutton Malgrave, 3 m.; From Bitha, Goldsborough, Barnby and Sandsend, 4 m.; From Lockington, 2 m.; From Bainton and Neswick, 6 m. 3s. 4d.; From Birdsall, 2½ m.; From Cliffe, 3 m.; From Rossington, 5 m.; From Hexthorpe and Balby, 1 m.; From Sandal, 60s.; From Wheatley, 16s. 4d.; From Bawtry with appurtenances, 16 m.; From Doncaster, 27 m. (S) FRsHIII.
1247, Peter did homage for his lands.
By 1249, Peter married Nicholaa.
1253, John son and heir of Robert de Hotham in the custody of Peter de Mauley. (S) Transactions – East Riding, V13, Pt2, 1907, P165.
8/6/1253, Peter with King Henry left for Gascony from Portsmouth with 300 ships to suppress a rebellion. [Peter’s lands in the wardship of Nicholas de Molis.]
10/1/1253, Protection with clause for Peter de Malo Lacy for so long as he is in the king’s service in Gascony. (S) CPRs.
11/8/1253, St. Macaire, France. Grant to Peter de Malo Lacu, who received a loan of 100 marks … if he died … (S) CPRs.
12/28/1253, King Henry’s army in camp at Bazas, France [southeast of Bordeaux].
3/19/1254, King Henry’s army in camp at Meilhan, France [south of Bordeaux, near the Spanish border].
2/9/1254, Bazas, France. Charter granting Peter de Malo Lacu and his heirs free warren in all his demense lands of Saudeshend, Lithe, … [22 manors listed] provided that they are not within the metes of the forest. (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 his army to England.
12/16/1255, Confirmation of a 1255 lease for 3 years by Peter de Malo Lacu to Matthew de Bridelington … (S) CPRs.
3/1256, Simple protection until Midsummer for Peter de Malo Lacu, gone by licence of the king to Pontigny. (S) CPRs.
1257, Peter de mauley fined 60 marks for failing to send knights to campaign in Wales. (S) Henry III Fine Rolls Project.
7/30/1257, Licence for Peter de Malo Lacu, in order to do the service due to the king for the present expedition to Wales, to let his manor of Danecastre to farm, for 5 years. (S) CPRs.
1259, Peter acquired a charter for a weekly market at Egton and a yearly fair. (S) History – City of York, V2, Whellan, 1859, P825.
1260, Peter de Malo Lacy, baron of Mulgrave and Doncaster, summoned by writ. (S) Norman People, 1874, P326.
4/10/1262, Simple protection for 1 year for Peter de Malo Lacu. (S) CPRs.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
12/24/1263, Appointment as keeper of the counties with mandate to all persons to be of aid with horses and arms … to Peter de Malo Lacu [and others] in the counties of York, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancaster. (S) CPRs.
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.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham, ending the barons’ revolt.
11/14/1265, Grant for 5 years for Hagin son of Master Mosseus, Jew of London, that the king will not … quittance … debts wherein Peter de Malo Lacu, William de Monte Caniso of Edwardeston, … are bound to him … (S) CPRs.
1/27/1267, Grant … Jews of London, to John Giffard of a debt of 2,000 marks … where in Peter de Malo Lacu was bound to the said Jews, … (S) CPRs.
1/12/1268, Assigned to Hagin, son of Master Moses, Jew, of London, … the debts in which Peter de Mauley was bound to the said Hagin, and which we granted to John Giffard. (S) Cal. of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews, 1905, P193.
11/3/1270, Grant to Hagin … Jew of London, … that for 4 years the king will make to … quittance … debts … Peter de Malo Lacu, William de Monte Caniso of Edwardeston, … are bound to him … (S) CPRs.
3/7/1271, … to take an inquisition upon which John Giffard and Peter de Malo Lacu put themselves before the justices appointed for the keeping of the Jews, touching a fee of 67£ wherein the said Peter is bound to certain Jews. (S) CPRs.
4/26/1271, Stephen de Mauley instituted, on the presentation of Sir Peter de Mauley, to the living of Bainton-onthe- Wolds. (S) Parish of Hemingsbrough, Burton, 1888, P51.
9/1271, Sir Peter de Mauley, kt., pays archbiship Giffard 20£ of the debt owed to Sir J. Giffard. (S) Fasti Eboracenses, V1, Dixon, 1863, P312.
11/27/1274, Confirmation of a demise made for 12 years by Peter de Malo Lacu [this Peter] … 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.
1277, Peter de Malo Lacu demands against the Abbat of Wytteby the manors of Newenham, Scalesby, … as his right. (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V17, 1895, P223.
1279, Peter de Malo Lacy held 160 acres arable land at Cucket Nook, and 307 at Goldsborough. (S) Moorland & Vale-Land, Is32, 1967, P13.
Bef. 11/15/1279, Peter died.
(S) Dictionary of Peerages, Burke, 1831, P345. (S) English Historical Review, V11, 1896, P517.

Child of Peter and ?:
i. Peter de Mauley (121691270), born 1249 in England. 

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

G28: 243382536 Multon


243382536. Baron Thomas de Multon & 243382537. Margaret ?

~1240, Thomas born in England, heir & s/o 47281290. Thomas de Multon & 47281291. Maud de Vaux.
1270, Thomas succeeded his father and did homage for his lands.
Bef. 10/1/1272, Helewise de Levynton, widow of Eustace de Baliol, died leaving Thomas, of full age, as heir to a moiety of the barony of Burgh-upon-Sands. [Thomas already held the other moiety by inheritance.] (S) CIsPM. [Helewisa d/o Radulph Boyvill of Levington & Ada Gernun. (S) Register of the Priory of Wetherhal, 1897, P247.]
11/16/1272, King Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1/15/1273, The K. to … escheator … lands of Helewysa de Levyntone, … at the request of Thomas son of Thomas de Multon of Gilleslande, one of her heirs, … escheator to hold an inquisition …
7/28/1276, Inquisition … Sr Thomas de Synterton, Kt. … From Thos. de Multon of Gillesland, Sr Thos. de S. took Denham Manor, Norf., to farm ... (S) Knights of Edward I, Moor, 1931, P256.
1/16/1279, Pleas of the Crown … Matillidis de Vaus holds the manor of Erthingtone with the barony of Gilleslaunde of the K. as a fee of two knights. … Thomas de Moletone of Burgh holds the manors of Burgh, Ayketone, Kirkesosewalde and the barony of Burgh of the K. by cornage. … The jurors attest that Thomas de Moltone of Gilleslaunde, as his ancestors have done from time immemorial, take fines from all illegal nets in the water of Edene at a place called Pell… William de Boyville took 100s from Thomas de Multone to delay makin the inquisition which the heirs of Eustace de Balliol had …
1281, Thomas de Multon de Gilleslaund was holding the market of Holbeach, Lincoln; claimed by charter [of his father in 1252]. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
11/25/1281, Licence for Thomas de Molton, for life, to take sturgeons in the king’s fishery of Carlisle, at a yearly rent of 13s 4d. (S) CPRs.
6/28/1283, Thomas de Multon of Gillesland 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.
1284-85, Thomas de Multon de Gillesland tenet villam de Holebeke de Thoma filio Lamberti de Multon, … (S) Inquisitions and Assessments Relating to Feudal Aids, 1904, P369.
4/30/1285, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Multon of Gilleslaund to the abbot and convent of Holmcoltram an acre of land in the town of Burgh-upon-the-Sands, for the enlargement of their court. (S) CPRs.
9/3/1286, Inquisition … extent of the lands of the late Patrick de Sutheyk … held of Thomas de Multon of Gilleslande land in the vill of Ayketon by homage …
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.
1289, Hubert de Multone holds of Sir Thomas de Multon of Gillesland.
4/16/1291, “Matill’ de Multon d’n’s de Gilsland”, and Thomas de Multon senior and junior, summoned to Durham for military service in Scotland. (S) Registry of the Priory of Wetherhal, 1897, P307.
1292, The market at Kirk-Oswald, Cumberland, was held by Thomas son of Thomas de Multon de Gilleslaund, who claimed to be the heir of Hugh de Morevill. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs.
8/20/1292, The under-written have quittance of the common summons [of the eyre] for common pleas in co. Cumberland … Thomas de Multon of Gillesland. (S) CCRs.
9/29/1292, Escheator Thomas de Normanville renders under the county of Cumberland an account of the rents of lands of Thomas de Multon of Gillesland, held in chief. (S) Yorkshire Inquisitions, 1902, P8.
Bef. 6/24/1293, Thomas’ mother Maud died. “Order to deliver to Hubert de Multon, son of Maud de Multon, the manor of Surlingham, … by reason of her death, … she held the manor of Hubert for life, with reversion to him, … and Thomas de Multon, her son and heir, has granted before the king that the manor shall revert to Hubert by the form of a fine. (S) CCRs.
1293, Thomas, Baron of Gillesland and Burgh-upon-Sands, holding the manors of Kirk-Oswald, Cumberland, and Donham, Norfolk, died.
(S) A Gen. and Heraldic Dic., Burke, P380. (S) Cal. of Doc.’s Relating to Scotland, 1884.

Family notes:

·         4/1313, A day is given to Thomas de Multon of Gillesland hier and hold of the lands which were Eustace de Balliol’s, and Helewysa his wife daughter and heir of Ada de Fournival [sister and heir of Helewysa widow of Richard de Vernoun], to answer to Eustace and Helewysa’s relief in Ada’s lands, when she died in the time K. Henry, grandfather of the K. (S) Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland, 1887, P60.

Child of Thomas and ?:
i. Thomas de Multon (121691268), born ~1260 in England. [Heir]

G28: 243382318 Auberville


243382318. Sir William de Auberville

William born in England, s/o §Hugh de Auberville.
1213, William’s father died; William a minor.
1213, William de Ainesford paid 1200 marks for the wardship of William and his lands.
1214, William de Ainesford sold the custody of William and the lands to William Brewer.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1230, ‘Willelmus de Aubervill’, summoned in a case involving his cousin Thomas de Ardern.
1235, William increased the endowment of his father-in-law in the asylum of West Somerton for persons with leprosy.
1236, William de Auberville gave the advowsons of Suffolk to Adam, prior of Butley.
1239-40, William de Auberville disputed warren in Benhall, Kelton and Farnham against William Russell. (S) Eye Priory Cartulary, Pt2, Brown, 1994, P62.
5/30/1241, Mandate to deliver to Bernard de Sabaldia, or to William de Aumbervill, his serjeant, the castle of Reygate. (S) CPRs.
4/7/1242, Protection with clause volumus for William de Aumbervill so long as her be beyond seas with the king. (S) CPRs.
5/20/1242, King Henry III with arrived at Royen, France with a small contingent; but with 30 tons of gold. They were soon joined by French nobles 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, with the superior sized French force winning.
9/27/1242, King Henry returned to England arriving at Portsmouth.
1245, William died.
(S) History of Walmer, Elvin, 1894, P42.

Family notes:

·         1130, Hugh de Albertvilla in the pipe roll of Kent.
·         William de Auberville [the grandfather], s/o Hugh de Auberville.
·         1139, Hugh died; Turgis de Abrincis paid 100 marks of silver, 1 mark in gold, and a Courser for custody of the lands and of William, a minor.
·         William married Maud [acquiring Benhall], d/o Ralph de Glanville.
·         1192, William de Auberville, with consent of his wife Maud, gave the church associated with his manor to Langdon abbey.
·         1194, William de Auberville a member of a petit jury in Wiltshire.
·         1203, Sir W. de Auberville in a suit with Lucy, Thomas de Arderne’s widow [Thomas a relative.] (S) Priory and Manor of Lynchmere and Shulbrede, Ponsonby, 1920, P40.
·         Bef. 1206, William died; Hugh succeeding. [William had a son William and daughter Emma, both of whom died in his lifetime.]
·         1206, Ralph fitz Robert paid a fine fo 200 marks for having a third part of he land in Braham and Leburn which belonged to William de Stuteville in right of his wife Berta, neice of Ranulph de Glanville; and for 2 precipes before the king for a third part of the free tenements … one against Thomas de Arden, the other against Hugh de Auberville. (S) Judges of England, Foss, 1848, P333.
·         8/29/1212, ‘Mandamus vobis quod mittatis nobis per bonos portitores omnes aves qui fuer’nt Hugo de Auberville quod bene forme fuerent.’ (S) Anglo-Norman House of Glanville, Richards, 1882, P45.
·         1213, Hugh died.
·         8/12/1225, Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take into the king’s hand without delay all land of Joan d’Auberville with its appurtenances in Benhall and Kelton, and to keep it safely until the king orders otherwise, saving to Joan her reasonable maintenance that he is to take from the issues of the same land in the meantime. (S) FRsHIII.

Child of William and ?:
i. Joan de Auberville (121691159), born ~1225 in England. 

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