~1120, Hubert de Vallibus born in England.
~1125, Grecia born in England.
~1143, Hubert de Vaux of Gilsland married Grecia ?.
1149, Hubert de Vaux with Duke Henry [II] at Devizes on his way to Scotland.
1149 at Rouen, Hubert witnessed a charter of Henry II.
Bef. 1154, The county of Cumberland was attacked by Scots trying to disposess Hubert. (S) Short Hist. Account of Laner Cost, Ferguson, P2.
10/25/1154, Henry II succeeded Stephen as King of England.
1157, Hubert de Vaux fought with King Henry II in recovering Cumberland from the Scots. (S) Short Hist. Account of Laner Cost, Ferguson, P3.
1158, King Henry II gave the barony of Gilesland to Hubert [who started castles at Naworth and Corby]. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.lix. [The barony held for 2 knights’ fees. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.xxviii.]
1158, … renders account … Unto Hubert de Vaux, £18 13s 3d. … pardons … Unto Hubert de Vaux, 63s 10d. … (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.227.
8/1/1158 at Newcastle upon Tyne, Robert de Stuteville (189129294) a witness to a charter of King Henry II to Hubert de Vallibus. (S) CH&I.HII; P33.
2/1159 at Rouen, Hubert de Vaux witnessed 2 charters of King Henry II. (S) CH&I.HII; P44.
1160, The sheriff of Carlisle renders account … Unto Hubert de Vaux £18 13s 3d. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.229.
1162, The sheriff renders accounts of the knights of Carlisle … And unto Hubert de Vaux £18 and 1 mark. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.230.
1164, In pardons by the king’s writ. Unto Hubert de Vaux £18 13s 3d. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.231.
1165, Hubert died, his son Robert succeeding. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.lix.
(S) The Judges of England. (S) Pipe Rolls of H.II, R.I, and John, Soc. of Antiquaries of Newcastle, 1848.
Children of Robert and ?:
i. Robert de Vallibus born ~1145 in England.
Robert married Ada, widow of Simon de Morville, heiress & d/o William de Engain.
1167, Robert de Vaux … £18 13s 3d. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.233.
1171, Aid levied in Cumberland for the marriage of the King’s daughter, Robert de Vaux, for 2 knights’ fees, 2 marks. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.xxxiii.
1173, And unto Robert de Vaux £20 to hold knights in the castle of Carlisle, by writ of Richard de Lucy. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.239.
1178, Robert de Vaux renders £130 by tale for the old farm of Cumberland. … he owes 67s. … parsons … Robert de Vaux £18 13s 1d … and he is quit. … Same Robert renders 10 marks of the old tax of the forest of Cumberland. … pardon … 10 marks. And he is quit. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.243.
1184, Robert held the castle of Sowerby as sheriff. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.xxx.]
1188, Robert de Vaux fined 100 marks for various disseisins, escape of prisoners, and sustaining the currency of the old coinage. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.xl.
1195, Robert died without heirs, his brother Ranulf succeeding. (S) Pipe Rolls, 1848, P.lx.
(S) Pipe Rolls of H.II, R.I, and John, Soc. of Antiquaries of Newcastle, 1848.
ii. Ranulf de Vallibus (378250328), born ~1151 in England.
iii. Eustace de Vaux, born ? in England.
Eustace, Lord of Castle Carrock and Hayton, married Alice, sister & co-heiress of Robert, son of Bueth.
iv. Beatrice de Vaux (189118347), born ~1158 in Stoke Devonshire, England.