Tuesday, May 14, 2013
G29: 486754496 Pateshull-Braybrooke
~1165, Simon born in England, s/o §Walter de Pateshull & Margery de Argentem.
~1170, Margery born in England, d/o §Robert de Braybok.
By 1189, Simon de Pateshull’ witnessed a confirmation by William de Hotot in favour of Hugh de Nevil. (S) Reports from Commissioners, 1874, P16.
9/3/1189, Richard I succeeded King Henry II of England.
1191, Simon given custody of the castle of Northampton by terms between Prince John and William de Longchamp.
1193, Simon a king’s justiciar.
1195, Simon appointed as sheriff of Northampton, Essex and Hertford.
1196-97, Simon the High Sheriff of Northampton.
1198, Simon de Pateshull, justice of the Jews: ‘Conventio autem haec facta fuit in Curia Regis apud Westm. Coram Galfrido filio Petre et … et Simone de Pateshull et … tunc curam haverunt Iudacorum.’ (S) English Historical Review, 1921, P325.
1199, Simon de Pateshull a baron of the Exchequer, and justice of the Jews.
5/27/1199, John succeeded King Richard I of England.
6/17/1199 at Shoreham, Simon de Pateshill witnessed King John’s charter granted to London. (S) Transactions of Lancaster and Cheshire, Vs35-7, 1886, P54.
1199, King John granted Simon 2 houses in Northampton, which had belonged to Benedict the Jew.
8/24/1200, Simon, justiciar, in session [Iter] at Oxford; then 9/1/ at Gloucester; then 9/9 at Hereford; then 9/12 at Leominster; then 9/14 at at Worcester.
4/1201 at Porchester, Simon de Pateshull, Eustace de Faucunberg and Ralph de Stoks justices with King John before he left for Normandy.
6-7/1201, Simon de Patishull in court at Sheburn, Ilchester, Taunton, Exeter and Launceston.
6/1202, Simon de Patishull in court at Lincoln [then: July at Leicester, August at Coventry and Northampton, September at Bedford, October at Dunstable.]
3/1203, Simon de Patishull and Ralph de Stok in court at Bristol.
1204, Simon granted 60 acres in a wood called Letty.
7/24/1204, Simon de Pateshill is order to give seizin to Geoffrey, the King’s son, of the land which was of the Count of Perche, and is now in Simon’s custody. (S) History – Borough of Newbury, Money, 1887, P104.
9/1204, Simon removed from the office of sheriff of Northampton.
1204-5, Simon traveled as a justice with King John: ‘coram ipso domino Rege.’
2/26/1205, Simon de Pateshull a justice of assize a Lancaster. (S) Lancaster Assize Rolls, V47, 1904, P12.
1206, ‘Rex Sim. de Pateshull et sociis suis, justiciis suis.’ [‘Iters’ resumed, Simon in the Eastern counties.]
5/13/1207 at Winchester, King John to the barons of the Exchequer … T. Simon de Pateshull [the only attestor.] (S) Oxford Hist. Soc., V24, 1893, P207.
1207, Simon de Patshull obtained from Ralph Triket his right of 6 virgates of land in Hillesdon, Bucks.
1207, Simon and James of Potterne fined 100 marks each for granting a term in a cause without licence of the king. [Afterwards pardoned. The case involved Eustace de Vescy and Richard de Umfraville over the custody of Henry Batail.] (S) Magna Carta, Holt, 1992, P185.
10/5/1208 [to 12/7], Simon de Pateshull a justice in eyre at Lancaster. (S) Lancaster Assize Rolls, V47, 1904, P12.
1209, ‘Iters’:, Simon in the Northern counties.
1209, Simon confirmed in the grant of the manor of Rethoresthorp, Northamptonshire by William de Bethune, advocate of Arras.
1209, King John gifted Simon with 2 dolia of good Angevin wine.
1210, ‘Et hoc mandatum fuit Baronibus de Scaccario a Curia Regis, per Simonem de Pateshull.’
6/6/1210, King John launched successful attacks in Ireland [which he split Ireland into shires ruled by the crown from Dublin]. King John launched 700 ships in the attack.
1210, Simon sent by King John to ireland. [Bruno of Cologne was paid for his services of transporting Simon de Pateshull to Ireland.] (S) Family, Commerce and Religion; Huffman, 2003, P166.
1211, Margery’s father died.
1212, Walter de Preston and Simon de Pateshull in custody of Fotheringay castle.
1212, Simon paid 2 marks scutage for the Welsh expedition, holding 1.5 fee of the honor of Lexington in Milton Malsor and Collingtree; and Waddesdon, Bucks., of the honor of Wallingford.
1214, Simon, baron of the Exchequer, in a case involving Jews.
1214, Simon de Pateshull a justice “de Curia” and “ad Scaccarium”.
1215, Simon accused of being a member of the revolting barons; his lands seized.
5/1215, King John granted Simon safe conduct “if it is so as the Abbot of Woburn tells us on your part, we will relax the anger and indignation we had against you.”
6/19/1215 at Runnymede near Windsor, King John forced to agree to the terms of the Magna Carta.
12/1215, Simon’s lands were restored.
3/30/1216, Simon a justice of the bench, sent with Maruice de Andeley to Northampton to hear a dispute about the presentation of the church of Oxenden.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
By 1217, Simon died.
(S) Judges of England, Foss, 1848, P100. (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, Farrer, 1925, V2. (S) DNB, V44, 2010, P29. (S) Fines, Sive Pedes Finium: V1, 1835.
· Margery’s brother Henry de Braybroke married to Christina Ledet.
· Margery de Argentem, d/o Richard de Argentum & Emma de Broy.
· A ‘Martin of Pattishall’ was a clerk for Simon, and in 1217 became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas. His relationship is unknown [possibly a younger brother of Simon.]
Children of Simon and Margery:
6/1/1234, Appointment of Hugh de Pateshull to the custody of the treasuership of the Exchequer, London. (S) CPRs.
12/10/1235, Mandate to the barons of the Exchequer to discharge Hugh de Patheshull of the following debts … which the king has pardoned … 1 mark for the debt of his brother Walter de Patheshull; … (S) CPRs.
1/22/1240, Hugh [de Pateshull] elect of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer. (S) CChRs.
2/6/1230, Inspeximus … Testibus, … Simone de Pateshill … (S) CChRs.
1232, Simon de Pateshull a justiciar. (S) Chronological Historian, V1, Toone, 1828, P50.
5/27/1237, Grant to Baldwin de Bethune … of the manor of Gayton and the homage and service of Simon de Pateshull … (S) CChRs.
5/10/1245, Inspeximus … Testibus, … Simone de Pateshull … (S) CChRs.
4/15/1252, Inspeximus … Testibus, … Simone de Pateshull … (S) CChRs.
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