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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Baron Hugh Pantulf & Lady Cristina Fitz Alan

 121696900. Baron Hugh Pantulf & 121696901. Lady Cristina Fitz Alan

~1153, Hugh born in England, s/o 243393800. Ivo Pantulf & 2433938001. Burga de Stuteville.

~1153, Christina born in England, d/o 378236416. William Fitz Alan & 16886917. Christina ?, [Niece of Robert the Consul, earl of Gloucester].

12/19/1154, Henry II succeeded King Stephen of England.

By 1160, Christina’s father died.

[––Hugh & Christina––]

Bef. 6/24/1170, Hugh married Christina. King Henry II assigned as a portion for the bride the manor of Badminton, Gloucester, which came to her father as a coheir of Arnulf de Hesding, her paternal grandmother’s father. (S) Coll.’s for a Hist. of Staffordshire, V1, 1880, P221.

(S) Barons of the Welsh Frontier, Meisel, 1980, P28.

6/24/1170, King Henry II authorised deduction from the FitzAlan estates of revenue from the manor of Badminton,  assigned as the marriage portion of William fitz Alan´s daughter.

1175, Hugh’s father died.

7/1175, Hugh Pantulf witnessed a royal charter of King Henry II to Roger Mussun.

1176-79, A charter for the sale of ‘terram … de Wogheresforlong et de Dorfaut’, witnessed by ‘Hugone Pantun, Hamelino fratre eius, Bricio fratre eius.’ (S) FMG.

1179, Hugh, sheriff of Shropshire.

1186, Hugh Pantulf, sheriff of Shropshire. (S) Reading in Medieval History, Geary, 2010, P723.

7/17/1186, at Feckenham, Hugh Pantulf witnessed a royal charter of King Henry II to Hughmond abbey, Shropshire.

8/13/1186, Hugh Pantulf, Robert Marmion, Ralph de Ardern, William fitz Stephen and Thomas Noel, justiciars in session at Litchfiield, Staffordshire.

6/14/1188 at Gaitinton, Final concord … Hugh, bishop of Durham; … Rannulf de Glanville; William de Humez; Bertram de Verdun; … Hugh Pantulf. (S) Hugh de Puiset – Bishop of Durham, Scammell, 2011, P284.

2/8/1189, William fitz Alan (189118208, brother-in-law of Hugh), Thomas Noel, Hugh Pantulf, … sitting justices at Salop. (S) Antiquities, V6, P368.

9/3/1189, Richard I succeeded King Henry II of England.

9/1189, Charter confirming to Robert son of Maurice de Berkelai the king’s father’s grant of Berkelai and Berkelai hernesse to Robert's grandfather Robert FitzHarding and earl Robert of Gloucester's grant of Bedministra, witnessed by … bishop of Durham, … bishop of Chester, … bishop of Bath, earl William de Mand[eville], John the marshal, Robert de Witefeld, Hugh Bardulf, Geoffrey son of Peter, Hugh Pantulf, Thomas Noel, and given, under the king's former seal, by the hand of William de Longchamps, chancellor. (S) UKNA.

9/1189, William fitz Alan replaced Hugh Pantulf as sheriff of Shropshire. (S) Collections – Staffordshire, V2, 1881, P152.

1192-93, Gift by Amicia, sister of Hugh Pantulf, and damsel (domicella) of Alienor queen of England, to the church of St. Mary at Fontevrauld of land in Winterslow. (S) Cal. of Doc’s Preserved in France, 1899, Anjou, Pt1. [Amicia in France.]

1197, Hugh Pantulf received 40s for land which Hugh was to have by gift of the King. (S) Antiq’s of Shropshire, P131. [Repeated in 1198 & 1199.]

1197, A release from marriage of Thomas de Erdington witnessed by ‘Willelmo filio Alani, Hugone Pantolfe, Roberto Corbet, Johanne Extraneo, Radulfo Basset … William Bagot.’

5/27/1199, John succeeded King Richard I of England.

~1200, Bartholomew son of Peter de Mortun has given to Richard de Lacs the mill pond of Lacon … Witnesses:- Hugh Pantulf, William Pantulf his son, Ivo Pantulf his brother, Alan his brother, Hugh his brother … (S) UKNA.

1203, Hugh Pantulf a pledge for William the Reeve of Ercall for a fine 1 mark for an inquest. (S) Select Pleas of the Crown, Maitland, 1888, P35.

8/10/1204, Robert Corbet and Hugh Pantulf appointed by King John to escourt Wenunwin de Kevelloc to England.

2/2/1306 at Nottingham, Charter of King John made a grant to the Abbot and convent of Croxden, Staffordshire. (S) Antiq’s of Shropshire, P115.

11/3/1207, At King John’s court at Malmesbury, William fitz Alan, Hugh Pantulf, and John le Strange witnessed an agreement with Wenhunwyn son of Hoen de Keveliac.

10/28/1208, at Shrewsbury, Gwenwynwyn of Powys required to give 20 named hostages for his life, witnessed by marcher barons William fitz Alan, Robert Corbet, Hugh Pantulf, and John L’Estrange. (S) King John, Church, 1999, P279.

1211, Hugh Pantulf  in possession of the 20 denariates of land in Newport of the gift of King Richard I, in an exchange for 7 librates of land in Stanfold, Herefordshire. (S) Transactions – Shropshire, 1885, P234.

1212, Hugh Pantulf holding 5 knights’ fees in capite. (S) Magna Carta Commemoration Essays, Malden, 2005, P72.

1/1215, 10 marks paid to Henry fitz Count, Hugh Pantulf, and William his brother, by a trusted agent of King John.

1215-18, Hugh Pantulf donated his rights in the church of Badminton to Lilleshall abbey.

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.

~1224, Rodbert of Wottenhul to Thomas son of William, Chaplain of Prees … Witnesses: Hugh Pantulf, William Pantulf, [multiple names the same as in ~1200 record.] (S) UKNA.

Bef. 12/28/1224, Hugh died.

(S) CH&I,H.II.. (S) Foundation for Medieval Genealogy.

Family notes:

·         Hugh held the manor of Stanford, Hertfordshire, for keeping a greyhound [brachet] for the king. (S) Companion Animals, Podberscek, 2005, P52.

·         Other sons: (S) FMG, ~1200.

Children of Hugh and Christina:

i. William Pantulf (60848450), born ~1175 in England.

ii. Ivo Pantulf, born ~? in England.

Ivo married Christina ?.

iii. Alan Pantulf, born ~? in England.

iv. Hugh Pantulf, born ~? in England.

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