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Sunday, August 30, 2020

Baron Robert de Stuteville & Helewise ?

 79958472. Baron Robert de Stuteville & 79958473. Helewise ?

~1120, Robert born in England, s/o §§Robert de Stuteville & Emeburga ?.

12/22/1135, Stephen crowned king of England.

~1125, Helewise born in England.

Aft. 1138, Robert’s father died.

[––Robert & Helewise––]

By 1142, Robert married to Helewise.

By 1142, Robert and Helewise founded cistercian St. Mary priory, Yorkshire. (S) Monastic Matrix, Ohio State Univ.

1147, William and Robert de Stuteville involved in a plea against the monks of Coxwold for land that Roger de Mowbray had granted. (S) Foundation History of the Abbeys of Byland and Jervaulx, Burton, 2006, P20.

12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.

Bef. 1157, Robert witnessed a deed of William of Aumale. (S) Battle Conference, Lewis, 2005, P69.

8/1/1158 at Newcastle upon Tyne, Robert de Stuteville a witness to a charter of King Henry II to Hubert de Vallibus (756500656). (S) CH&I,HII; P33.

1170-71, Robert a justice itinerant in Cumberland and Northumberland. (S) CH&I,HII; P145.

1170-75, Robert high sheriff of Yorkshire.

4/1173, At the outbreak of the revolt of King Henry’s son Henry, Robert de Stuteville and his sons were adherents of the King. (S) CH&I,HII; P172.

6/1173 at Lillebone, France, Robert de Stutevill a witness to a charter of King Henry II to the abbey of St. Geroge at Bocherville. (S) CH&I,HII; P174.

1173-4, Robert de Stuteville held Appleby and Brough; eldest son William held Topcliffe, and son Nicholas held Liddel.

4/1174, Robert in custody of Knaresborough and Appleby castles when they were captured by David, earl of Huntingdon. (S) CH&I,HII; P178.

1174, Robert de Stuteville excused himself of accounting for the Shrievalty of Yorkshire. (S) CH&I,HII; P179.

7/13/1174, Robert a member of King Henry’s forces defeated and captured King William I of Scotland at the Battle of Alnwick, Northumberland. William, besieging the castle, was surprised at dawn by a small contingent of seasoned English knights and captured.

8/10/1175, at York, William de Stuteville and Robert de Stuteville witnessed a royal charter to St. Bartholomew’s nunnery at Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

10/1175 at Worcester, Robert de Stuteville a witness to a charter of King Henry II to the Abbot of Buildwas. (S) CH&I,HII; P196.

5/1176 at Westminster, Robert de Stutevill a witness to a charter of King Henry II to Ranulf de Glanvill. (S) CH&I,HII; P203.

12/25/1176 at Nottingham, Robert at Christmas court with King Henry, and his sons Goeffrey and John. (S) CH&I,HII; P209.

3/13/1177, Robert at a Great Council at London over matters of dispute with Spanish potentates. (S) CH&I,HII; P212.

3/16/1177, Robert witness the Spanish award.

6/30/1180 at Caen, Robert witnessed the award of the office of Constable to William de Humez, s/o Richard. (S) CH&I,HII; P233.

3/1181 at Ivry, Robert signed a ratification to Wenlock Priory, made in 1180, between Geoffrey de Say (39979668) and his wife Adeliza, widow of Hugh de Periers, and the priory. (S) CH&I,HII; P239.

1183, Robert of Kirkby Moorside died.

(S) Court, Household, and Itinerary of King Henry II, 1878. (S) Early Yorkshire Charters, V9, Clay, 2017, PP8-9. (S) PhD Thesis, Sarah Speight; Family, faith and fortification: Yorkshire 1066-1250; Univ. of Nottingham, 1993.

Family notes:

·         1106, Robert de Stuteville fought for Robert Curthose [older brother of King Henry I] at the Battle of Tinchebrai in Normandy. Captured, his lands were forfeited.

·         1135-54, Robert de Stuteville struck silver pennies with his own name. (S) BBC, A History of the World.

·         1138, §§Robert de Stuteville fought against the Scottish invasion.

Children of Robert and Helewise:

i. William de Stuteville, born ~1155 in England.

William married Bertha de Glanville [niece of Ranulf de Glanville.]

5/1177, William granted the castle of Knaresburgh for 3 knights’ fees for services of the king in the civil wars.

1178, William, knight of the king’s household, granted custody of Roxburgh.

1191, King Richard for £2000 granted William continued possession of the castle of Knaresburgh.

4/22/1199, William obtained a ratification of their father’s charter from King John.

4/1200, King John issued a charter to William de Stutville [who gave 3000 marks] promising justice for his ancestral claim to William de Mowbray’s barony, given to his father Robert de Stuteville: a fee of 10 knights.

1201, King John visited William, sheriff of Yorkshire, and and his brother Nicholas at their seat of Baynard castle.

1203, William died; his son Robert, a minor, his heir.

Child: By 1205, Robert died; his uncle Nicholas succeeding.

ii. Helwise de Stuteville (94564647), born ~1158 in England.

iii. Nicholas de Stuteville (39979236), born ~1160 in Kimberley, Norfolk, England.

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