243397376. Robert Mauduit & 243397377. Agnes de la Mar
12/19/1154, Henry II succeeded King Stephen of England.
~1165, Agnes born in England, d/o §Robert de la Mare & Aliza ?.
5/12/1172, Hampshire. Et item in corredio Regis … Et pro vi carettariis ad opus Regis liberatis Roberto Malduit et Hugoni de Kewilli £8 per breve Regis.
4/1173, The eldest 3 sons of King Henry rebelled against their father with the support of the mother, the queen.
7/1173, Et in liveracione nacis qua portavit thesaurum cum Roberto Malduit ad Oistreham 40s. per breve Ricardi de Luci.
7/8/1174, Wiltshire. Et Roberto Malduit £10 ad procurationem Regince per breve Regis [Queen Elianor was imprisoned in Wiltshire – Robert Malduit was her gaoler.]
12/1174, at Vaudreuil, Normandy. Robert Malduit attested a royal writ to Alan de Nevile and the King’s Foresters.
1175, In corredio Reginae £128. 13s. 6d. per breve Regis per testimonium Roberti Malduit.
1175, Warminster, previously held by William fitz Hamon, granted to Robert Mauduit. (S) History – Wiltshire, V8, 1965. [Robert also held estates in Buckinghamshire.]
9/1176, Relating to Queen Elianor and her imprisonment at Winchester – the Fermor of Winchester charges, - Et Robert Mauduit 56s. ad acquietanda corredia Reginae apud Wintoniam.
9/1179, Robert Malduit appointed sheriff of Wiltshire. (S) Lists and Indexes, V9, 1898, P112.
9/1180, Robert appointed sheriff of Wiltshire.
[1181, A relative of this Robert, also ‘Robert Maudit’, chamberlain of the King, wife Isabel, died without heirs. Some genealogies say this Robert was the brother of William Mauduit, the chamberlain.]
1181, Robert the sheriff of Wiltshire.
1182, Robert the sheriff of Wiltshire.
Robert married 2nd Agnes.
1183, Robert the sheriff of Wiltshire, imprisoned captured Oliver de Tracy [released in 1186.] (S) Bischofsmord Im Mittlalter, Fryde, 2003, P259.
1184, Robert the sheriff of Wiltshire.
1185, Robert the sheriff of Wiltshire. [Until Michaelmas.]
4/1187, Robert the sheriff of Wiltshire [ending half a year.]
By 1188, Robert Mauduit of Warminster granted the church of Shalden to Southwick priory. (S) Inst. of Historical Research, Vs49-50, 1976, P18.
9/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England.
9/1189, Robert had arrears of his account of the Wiltshire manors of Bretford and Cumbe of £10 6s 7d.
1190, Robert holding the manor of Warminster, having paid a fine of £200, of which he had made payments of £3 2s 4d and £33 6s 8d.
9/1191, Robert charged with debts of 33 6s 8d.
1191, Robert died.
1193, Agnes’ father died. “Agneta de la Mare” made a fine for her relief of the land which had belonged to her father, Robert de la Mare, of whom she was the nearest heir.
4/25/1194, The King, at Portsmouth, confirmed the gift of Robert de la Mare and Agnes his daughter to Haughmond abbey.
Bef. 9/1194, Agnes married 2nd Ralph de Arderne, justiciar and sheriff of Herefordshire.
2/14/1195, Agnes and Ralph quitted all claim to Uffington, receiving 40 marks from the abbot.
By 1199, Agnes died.
(S) Court, Household and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Eyton, V4, P57.
· Agnes d/o Robert de la Mare; s/o Richard de la Mare & Emma de Pulverbatch [d/o Reginald]. 1256, William Mauduit, in a suit about Oxenbold with the prior of Wenlock, gave his title of descent: Robert de la Mare [Henry II], to Agnes his daughter and heir, to Thomas her son and heir, to Robert and Thomas his sons who died without issue, to William their brother, the present plaintiff.
· By 1172, Robert de la Mare had succeeded his father at Uffington.
· 1186, Robert de la Mare attested an act of Herbert de Castello.
· 1192, Robert de la Mare was with King Richard on crusade.
· 1193, On his return from crusading, Robert arrived at Benevento, Italy, where he became sick and died.