10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
~1225, Robert born in England, s/o 11817120. Geoffrey de Neville & 11817121. Joan de Monmouth.
Bef. 9/29/1242, Robert’s father died.
1246, Robert did homage for the lands of his paternal grandfather.
1251, Robert de Neville and his brother, Geoffrey, taking venison in the forest of Galtres for the King's Christmas larder. (S) Ancestry of Chamberlain Grant, Henderson, 2000, P272.
1253, Ebor … Dominus Eadwardus filius domini regis. Robertus de Vertri Ponte. … Willelmus de Ros. Robertus de Nevill. Rogerus de Mubray. … Johannes de Warenna. … Petrus de Brus. Henricus de Percy. … Willelmus de Stotevill. … Adam de Everingham, … Simon de Steyngrif. … (S) Survey of the County of York, 1867, P432.
1254, Robert Neville paid into the Queens garderobe £15 6s 3d for his relief.
1255, Robert give free warren in his lands in York.
9/26/1255, Exemption for life, at the instance of Robert de Nevyle, of William Haket … .
9/13/1256, Licence for life for Robert de Nevyle to hunt with his own dogs the hare, the fox and the cat through the forest of the county of York.
8/8/1257, Protection for Robert de Nevyle, going on the king’s service into Wales.
3/30/1258, Whereas the king requested Robert de Ros that in the instant war and disturbance of Scotlan, he should commit to Robert de Nevyle, sheriff of Northumberland, his castle of Werk, … and to receive the said Robert and his men … the sheriff to deliver back the castle immediately after the conclusion of the war.
4/2/1258, The king has committed to Robert de Nevill W. bishop of Durham’s castle of Norham for the war in Scotland … [Robert also receiving the castles of Baunburg and Newcastle upon Tyne.]
6/1258, Robert a signer the Provisions of Oxford; an agreement between King Henry and the barons over governement reform.
8/6/1259, Grant to Robert de Nevill, keeper of the castle of Baunburg, of 500 marks for expenses in going several times to Scotland on the king’s service.
8/16/1260, Safe conduct for the king of Scotland and his queen the king’s daughter, … coming to England … the king has sent to the said king and queen his special messengers … Robert de Nevill, Hugh de Bolebek, William le Latymer … to ask them to come to the king, and to come with them personally.
6/14/1261, Robert appointed justiciar of the forests beyond the Trent. [Receiving 100 marks a year.]
3/15/1262, Appointment of Robert de Nevill, Hugh de Bolebek, … to go on eyre for pleas of the forest in counties Nottingham, York, Northumberland, Cumberland and Lancaster.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
5/6/1263, Commitment to Robert de Nevill of the castle of Devizes with the town, the manor Rudes, and the forests of Peusham. [Given to Philip Basset, justiciary of England, the next month.]
6/12/1263 at London, Robert appointed King’s Captain in the county of York. (S) CPRs. [The next day Robert given the co. and castle of York.]
7/18/1263, Commitment, by the counsel of the magnates, to John de Eyvill, of the castle of York; Robert de Nevill to deliver it. [Two days later Robert had to deliver to John de Eyvill the forests beyond Trent.]
12/16/1263, John de Eyvill to deliver the keeping to the castle of York back to Robert de Nevill.
3/1/1264, Mandate to the mayor and citizens of York to be counsel and aid to Robert de Nevill, … as the king has heard tha John de Eyvill detains the said castle from him by force, …
4/20/1264, Robert de Neville to munition the castle of York with victuals, to remain to the king unless they are spent by reason of war.
5/14/1264, King Henry captured at the battle of Lewes, “at the Mill of the Hide”. Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.
6/27/1264, Mandate to John de Eyvill, keeper of the peace, and Robert de Nevill, to deliver the county of York to William de Boszeall.
10/6/1264, Robert de Neville and other barons of the north, “to repair to the King, having been drawn for the liberation of Prince Edward.” (S) Old Yorkshire, Wheater, P243.
5/28/1265, Lord Edward escaped captivity by feigning participation in a horse race.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham; ending the barons’ revolt.
10/25/1265, Robert de Nevill to deliver the forests beyond Trent to Roger de Leyburn.
5/5/1266, Mandate to Henry son of the king of Almain, John de Balliolo, Robert de Brus, Peter de Brus, Robert de Nevil, and the rest of the barons and knights with them in the north, to come with horses and arms to Northampton towards the castle of Kenilwurth to attack the king’s enemies and take that castle.
5/9/1266, Robert appointed governor of manor and castle of Pickering.
6/21/1266, King Henry began the siege of Kenilworth castle [lasting almost 6 months, the largest siege in the country of England.]
11/14/1266, Grant to Robert de Nevill, to whom the king lately committed the castle of Bramburgh, … his expenses …
12/13/1266, Kenilworth castle surrendered.
9/17/1267, Commission to Robert de nevill, Roger de Sumer and John le Bretun … award of Kenilworth shall be fullfilled … appointed them as justices to do and complete the inquisitions … counties of Lincoln, Northampton, Leciester, Warwick, Rutland, Oxford, Berks, Buckingham and Bedford.
2/6/1268, Commission to Robert de Nevile, … justicies of oyer and terminer, touching pleas of lands … county of Warwick …
9/6/1269, Wheras A. king of Scotland, and Margaret, queen of Scotland, his consort, the king’s daughter, are coming to England … to enjoy themselves with the king … Edmund the king’s son, and Robert de Nevill to come, stay and depart at their own will … the king them and the men they bring with them into his protection.
5/13/1270, Grant to Robert de Nevill of the marriage of the heirs of Henry de la Vale who held in chief.
10/30/1270, Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Nevill, … trespasses committed by Roger de Lancastre, … against the king’s son A. king of Scotland, …
11/16/1272, King Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1273, Robert married 2nd Ida de Bertram, d/o Roger.
4/13/1273, Thomas de Prendewik came before the king, … against Robert de Nevill and Ida his wife. (S) CCRs.
1273, William of York brought a case against Robert de Neville and Elias de Rylleston. (S) Early Yorkshire Charters, V7, 2013, P158.
8/19/1274, Robert de Neville did homage to King Edward at his coronation. (S) Making of the Neville Family, Young, 1996, P54.
4/21/1275, … Master Gilbert de Tuwe was amerced before Robert de Nevill and his fellows … (S) CFRs.
1275, Robert held the castle of Bamburg for the King.
11/10/1275, Order to Robert de Nevill to deliver to Thomas de Normanvill the demesnes and town of Bamburg with the receipts thereof. (S) CFRs. [Thomas receiving stewardship of many properties of the king after the death of Edmund, the king’s brother.]
11/12/1275, Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Nevill, … disputes between the mayor, citizens, and bailiffs of York …
6/7/1276, Commitment during pleasure to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, of the castle of Baunburg, saving to Robert de Nevill, to whom the king committed the castle of late, his own goods therein. Order to the said Robert to deliver the castle to him. (S) CFRs.
12/13/1276, Commitment during pleasure to Robert de Nevill of the castle of Scardeburg. (S) CFRs.
4/21/1278, Protection with clause volumus for Robert de Nevill, going beyond seas.
1279, Robert de Neville a justice itinerant in the palatinate of Durham. (S) County Palatine of Durham, Lapsley, 1900, P176.
8/1282, Robert died.
8/17/1282, Order to the sheriff of York to take into the king's hand the lands late of Robert de Nevill, deceased, tenant in chief.
2/10/1183, IPM of Robert de Nevill. Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln to extend the lands, &c. of the said Robert, the king proposing to demise them to Ranulph his grandson and heir until his full age. Lincoln: Burrethe and Randeby manors … Middle Rasen. A free court … Ranulph (de Nevill, his grandson and heir) was aged 20 on the day of St. Luke last. York: Raskelf, Sutton and Schrievehoton manors … [many knights fees, a few lands] … Memorandum. That the demesne lands of Hoton and Raskelf are sown with winter seed. (S) CIsPM.
5/25/1283, Order to assign dower of the knights' fees that belonged to Robert de Nevill, tenant in chief, to Ida, late the wife of the said Robert.
(S) Old Yorkshire, Wheater, 1885, P243. (S) Calendar of Patent Rolls.
Child of Robert and ?:
i. Robert de Neville (121691296), born by 1240 in England.