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Saturday, August 8, 2020

Baron Pain Peverell

 159919246. Baron Pain Peverell

~1085, Payn born in France, s/o 319832066. Baron William Peverel & 319832067. Lady Adeline ?.

8/2/1100, Henry I succeeded William Rufus as King of England.

Payn, lord of Brunne.

Payn, standard bearer to Robert Curthose in the holy lands.

~1110, King Henry I granted the lands of Robert, heir & s/o Picot [sheriff of Cambridgeshire], to Pain Peverel.

12/1116, Notification … that the king, … appointed to that office Robert bishop of Lincoln … being present with the magnates of the realm, namely Robert count of Meulan (318232092), Stephen count of Mortain, Richard earl of Chester, William de Warrene (319832122), Earl David the queen’s brother (319832120), Walter (Giffard) earl of Buckingham, Ranulf the chancellor, … William Peverel (159916034), Pain (159919246) his brother, … Hugh de Gornai.

Aft. 1130, Payn died holding the barony of Bourne, cos. Camb. & Hunt.

(S) Hist. of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, V5, 1973, Bourn. (S) Facsimiles of Royal and Other Charters, British Museum, V1, 1903, P.xxci.

Family notes:

1121-2, William Peverel [of Dover], and Hamon his brother, witnessed a royal notification to Robert, bishop of Coventry. (S) Aristocracy of Norman England, Green, 2002, P249. [They had a brother Robert who had a son William Peverel of Brunne; who identified his mother as Adelicia.]

A manuscript history of the foundation of Barnwell Priory names ‘quatuor sorores … Pagani filias … primogenita Mathildis de Doure … Alicia … Roisia … Ascelina’ as the heiresses of ‘Gul. Peverell filius Pagani’, adding that Alice married Hamonis Feche senioris by whom she had ‘filii et fili√¶, primogenitus … Gilbertus Pecche primus et secundus … Gaufridus Pecche’ and lists their descendants. The Liber Memorandorum Ecclesie de Bernewelle names Aelicia as 1 of the 3 sisters of Willelmi Peuerel who inherited the share of their oldest sister Matilda, the text indicating that she was the oldest of the surviving sisters, adding that she married Hamonis Peche senioris by whom she had ‘filii et filie’. (S) FMG. [Order of births of sisters does not fit the timeline.]

Children of Pain and ?:

i. William Peverel, born 1105 in France.

1147, William died on crusade, his 4 sisters his heirs. (S) Facsimiles.

ii. Roysia Peverell (79959623), born ~1110 in France.

iii. Asceline Peverel, born ~1115 in England.

1131, ‘Geoffrey de Walterville’ in Northampton receiving an allowance ‘in perdonis’. [Geoffrey’s seal styles him as ‘dapifer [con]sulis’ of Robert, earl of Gloucester (d.1147), and held the same office under his son.

Asceline married Geoffrey de Waterville.

~1136, ‘puela Ascelina’ witnessed a grant by William Peverel to Hamo Pichard, their brother-in-law, of half a knight’s fee in cos. Camb. And Salop. (S) Facsimiles.

7/1141, Geoffrey witnessed a charter of Empress Matilda. (S) Facsimiles.

1154, Grant by Geoffrey de Waterville to Kirkstead abbey, co. Lincoln … for 8 marks of silver. Asceline his wife is the first witness. (S) Facsimiles.

1156, William Waterville abbot of Peterborough (1155-77), established a nunnery of St. Michael at Little Wothorpe, Lincolnshire. (S) Hist. of Stamford, Lincoln, Drakard, 1822, P593. [William a younger brother of Geoffrey & Robert.]

1161, Geoffrey paid scutage on 5 knights’ fees in cos. Camb. & Hunts. (S) Facsimiles.

1162, Geoffrey died. (S) Facsimiles.

[––Asceline––]

1162, Asceline paid scutage on 5 knights’ fees in cos. Camb. & Hunts. (S) Facsimiles.

Aft. 1156, Asceline de Waterville gave a third of the church of St. John the evangelist in Corby to the nunnery of St. Michael at Little Wothorpe, Lincolnshire. (S) Hist. of Stamford, Lincoln, Drakard, 1822, P595.

Alice died.

[––Post Morten––]

1185, Ascelina’s share of her sister Maud’s estate went to Leonia, widow of Robert de Stuteville.

Son[I]: Ralph de Waterville. 1174-75, Ralph in forfeiture. 1185, Ralph died; his 2 sisters his heirs.

Daughter[II]: Maud de Waterville. Maud married William de Dive. Aft. 1156, Maud, and Ralph de Dive, her son, gave a third of the church of St. John the evangelist in Corby to the nunnery of St. Michael at Little Wothorpe, Lincolnshire. (S) Hist. of Stamford, Lincoln, Drakard, 1822, P595.

Daughter[II]: Asceline de Waterville. [See descendent: 121684549. Ela de Camoys.]

v. Alice Peverel (189127985), born ~1120 in England.

iv. Maud Peverel, born ~1125 in England.

Maud married Hugh de Dover of Chilham, Kent.

1185, Maud died, her 3 sisters her heirs.

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