94560390. Baron Robert de Tatteshall
10/19/1216, Henry III, age 9, succeeded John as King of England.
1222, Robert born in England, s/o 189120780. Robert de Tatteshall & 189120781. Matilda d’Aubigny.
5/7/1243, Robert’s mother Matilda a co-heiress to her brother, Earl Hugh D’Aubigny. Robert acquired the castle and manors of Bukenham, Wimondham, &c. for their capital seat.
By 1243, Robert’s mother died.
11/27/1243, Of the lands late of H. earl of Arundel … the king has assigned to Robert de Tateshall, son of Robert de Tateshal, the eldest born of the heirs of the said earl, the castle and manor of Bukeham, … (S) CPRs.
1244, Alexander II of Scotland invaded north England.
5/25/1244, Protection with clause volumus … going on the king’s service to Scotland and Wales … Robert de Tateshal. Robert de Tateshal the younger. … (S) CPRs. [Alexander II of Scotland had invaded north England.]
7/12/1145, Order to the sheriff of Surrey [and] Sussex concerning the lands of Robert of Tattershall junior for the reason that he tourneyed at Cambridge against the king’s prohibition. (S) FRsHIII.
Bef. 1248, Robert, son of Robert de Tateshale, benefactor of Old Buckenham priory. (S) Index Monasticus, Taylor, 1821, P29.
1248, Robert’s father died.
1249, Reginald de Sprouton held land and tenements in Kypton of the service of a knight’s fee of Robert de Tateshale. (S) Essay Towards … Norfolk, V3, 1769, P825.
7/8/1252, An assize of novel disseisin arramed by Robert de Tatteshale against William de Ferrariis, earl of Derby. (S) CPRs.
5/30/1253, Protection for the following going with the king to Gascony … Robert de Tateshale … (S) CPRs.
7/27/1253, Confirmation of a covenant between Robert de Tatteshale and Oliver son of Alan of the manor of Shaldesburne, which Robert has demised to Oliver for 7 years. (S) CPRs.
8/6/1253, King Henry finally left for Gascony from Portsmouth with 300 ships [to quell a rebellion in Gascony.]
10/23/1253, Henry’s army in camp in France at Benauge; then Bazas, Meilhan, Bordeaux; then in 1254, Orleans.
1/1255, King Henry returned to England.
8/6/1257, Protection … Robert de Tateshale … going on the king’s service into Wales. (S) CPRs. [After a defeat of English forces the prior June.]
9/15/1257, The King, at the instance of Robert de Tateshale, granted that Peter Giffard should not be put on assizes and juries, … (S) Collections – Staffordshire, 1902, P87.
7/1/1259, Robert de Tateshale of Holland, Lincolnshire, sold 70 sacks of wool to Arnold Griffin and associates for delivery the following year. (S) The English Wool Market, Bell, 2007, P159.
9/5/1260, Robert de Tateshall granted free warren. (S) The Topographer, V1, 1789, P328.
1261, Robert and Peter of Savoy in a suit over “tronage.” (S) Medieval History of Boston, 1970, P6.
1262, Robert de Tattershall held 25 knights’ fees.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons.
1263, Henry de Hastyngs, active against the king, beseiged Robert’s castle of Bukenham.
9/12/1263, Whereas … and Robert de Tatteshale shall finish the eyre of the king’s justices … common pleas in the county of Lincoln … (S) CPRs.
5/14/1264, Robert a supported of King Henry who was captured at the battle of Lewes, “at the Mill of the Hide”. An estimated 2700 died. Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England. (S) The Barons’ War, Blaauw, 1871, P369.
5/30/1264, Mandate to the tenants of the lands of Robert de Tateshale, at the instance of the said Robert, to be intendant, in all that concerns the keeping of the lands, to Robert his son and heir, as the said Robert cannot attend to them himself at present. (S) CPRs.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham, ending the barons’ revolt.
6/9/1266, Appointment of Robert de Tatreshale as keeper of the peace in the county of Lincoln. (S) CPRs.
3/5/1267, Writ of aid … in favour of Robert de Tateshall, lately deputed by the king to keep the keep in those parts … (S) CPRs.
11/1/1268, … the manors of Wyset, Nettlested, Little Wykes, Hinton, Baynebrigg and Algargarth and the fair of Boston in the rent of Robert de Tatteshall and John de Vallibus are of the ancient demesne of the earldom and honour of Richemund, … (S) CPRs.
3/31/1270, Joan’s father died leaving his 3 daughters as his heirs.
4/1270, Robert de Neville and Robert de Tattershall, husbands of daughters of Ralph fitz-Ranulph, did homage for their thirds of the daughters’ inheritance. (S) Judges of England, Foss, 1848, P331.
6/12/1270, Commission … an assize of darrein presentment which Robert de Nowers arramed … writ against Robert de Tateshall touching the church of Knossinton … (S) CPRs.
1271, Anastasia, widow of Ralph fitz Ranulph, claimed agains the Abbat of S. Agatha’s one third of a house, … as her dower. The abbat vouches to warrnty Robert de Neville junior and Mary his wife, Robert de Tateshale and Joan his wife, and John Haunsard and Anastasia his wife. (S) Record Series – Yorkshire, V17, P46.
1273, Robert died. [He was not immediately buried.]
8/16/1273, Writ for IPM of Robert Tateshale alias Tahteshale. Norfolk: Tybeham. The manor, held of the king in chief by barony. … Robert his son, aged 24 on the eve of St. Nicholas in the said year, is his next heir. Topecroft. The manor … held by barony … Babbinggele. The manor … held by barony … Frethebrigg. The hundred held of the king in chief by serjeanty of butlery … Bukenham. The manor with the castle … The body of Sir Robert, deceased, lies unburied in the castle of Tateshal. … Suffolk: Shelle. The manor … pertaining to the barony of Tibeham … Leicester: Bredon. The manor … Lincoln: Candleshou. The manor … Tateshal. The castle and 2 parts of the manor … by barony … Sussex: … (S) CIsPM.
(S) Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, V1, 1805, Hundred of Shropham. (S) Record Series, Yorkshire, V37, 1906, P126.
· Topcroft. Sir John de Cove was lord in 1319 and in 1330, in right of Eve his wife, daughter of Robert de Tibetot, and relict of Robert Lord Tateshale (brother of 3 sisters). On the death of the last Lord Tateshale (Robert, b.1287), a minor, his inheritance came to his 3 [grand]aunts, Emma (47280195), married to Sir Osbert Caily; Joan (47280219), to Sir Robert de Driby, and Isabel, to Sir John de Orreby. (S) An Essay towards a Topo. Hist. of the Co. of Norfolk, V10, 1809.
· 2/8/1395, Order to John Knyvet (1477504), escheator in the county of Norfolk, to take the fealties of (1) Constantine de Clyfton (1477506), son of Constantine [John (2955012)] the son of Adam (11820048) the son of Margery (23640097) the daughter of Thomas Cayly the son of Emma de Tateshale (47280195) the sister of Isabel the mother of Philip de Orby the father of John the father of Joan the mother of Mary late the wife of John de Roos of Hamelak, ' chivaler,' and kinsman and one of the heirs of the said Mary, and (2) Ralph de Crumwell (5910026), knight, who has taken to wife Maud, daughter of John Bernak (11820054) the son of Alice (23640109) late the wife of William de Bernak, knight, the daughter of Joan de Dryby (47280219), the sister of the aforesaid Isabel, kinswoman and other heir of the said Mary, make a partition into 2 equal parts of all the lands which Mary held of the king in chief or was seised of in demesne as of fee on the day of her death, and cause the said Constantine and Ralph and Maud to have full seisin … (S) CFRs.
Children of Robert and ?:
i. Emma de Tattershal (47280195), born ~1242 in England.
ii. Robert de Tattersall, born 12/24/1250 in England.
Robert married Joan, d/o 243382594. Lord Ralph Fitz Ranulph & 243382595. Anastasia de Percy.
1295, Robert summoned to parliament.
1298, Robert died.
9/8/1298, IPM of Robert de Tateshale, the elder. Lincoln: Tatteshale. The castle together with the manor of Candelesby and Boston … Norfolk: Wymondham. … Bokenham. … by service of butlery … Babbingll(e). The manor, …, held of the barony of Tateshale, … [see 8/16/1273] … York: West Wytton. … Welle. … [many small properties] … The said Robert had nothing in the said manors of Welle, Crakehale and Thoraldeby on the day he died, save by reason of Joan daughter of Ralph son of Ralph, his wife, to whom the said manors descended and were assigned as her pourparty of the inheritance … Robert and Joan, who survives, held the same jointly, … (S) CIsPM.
3/7/1309, Order to deliver to Joan, late the wife of the said Robert de Tateshale, the following knights' fees: … [total value £270 66s.] (S) CCRs.
1310, Joan died. (S) CIsPM, 4/3/1310.
Child: Robert de Tateshale (b.1282-83, d.1/1306); married Eve, d/o Robert de Tibetot.
· 1/30/1306, IPM of Robert son and heir of Robert de Tateshalle. York: Hundmanby. The manor … Thomas son of Adam de Caylly, aged 24 and more, Joan de Dryby, aged 30 and more, and Isabel the wife of John de Orreby, aged 29 and more, are his next heirs. Leicester: [rents] … Norfolk: Bokenham. The manor, including a castle with a fortalice … Tybenham. The manor … Frethebrigg. The hundred … Lincoln: Tateshal. The castle and manor with the hamlets of Thorp and Kirkeby … [very long list of properties and knights’ fees in various counties.] (S) CIsPM.
· Eve married 2nd Sir John de Cove.
· 4/8/1350, IPM of Eve (d.3/22/1350), late the wife of Robert de Tateshale, knight. Berks: … Schaldeburn. The manor held for her life by way of dower, after the death of Robert her husband, of the inheritance of Adam de Clifton and John de Orreby, both surviving, kinsmen and heirs of Robert de Tateshale … (S) CIsPM.
iii. Joan de Tattershal (47280219), born ~1255 in England.
iv. Isabel de Tattershall, born ~1260 in England.
Isabel married Sir John de Orreby.
1/26/1309, Licence for John de Orreby and Isabella his wife to grant to Joan, late the wife of Robert de Driby, 19 messuages, 4 tofts, 138 acres, … in Attleburgh, Besthorpe, New Bokenham, Old Bokenham and Elungham, held in chief. (S) CPRs.
Son: Philip de Orby (b.~1285), father of John (b.~1310), father of Joan (b.~1340), mother of Mary (b.~1360) the wife of John de Roos of Hamelak (s/o 1477620), 'chivaler,'. 2/8/1395, Mary’s heirs identified as Constantine de Clifton (1477506) descendent of Isabel’s sister Emma, and Ralph de Crumwell (5910026) descendent of Isabel’s sister Joan.
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