~1120, Robert born in Fonteney, Normandy, France, s/o 159918176. Robert Marmion & 159918177. Adelise ?.
12/22/1135, Stephen of Blois succeeded Henry I as King of England.
~1142 in Normandy, Robert Marmion, with Milisent [this Robert’s stepmother] his wife and Robert his son, made a grant to the abbey of Bardney, com. Linc.
1143, Robert [this Robert] received Henry II and Thomas à Beckett at Tamworth castle in England. [Robert the father in France.]
Early/1144, Ranulf, earl of Chester, attacked Roberts lordships lying between his castles of Mountsorrel and Donnington, and the borough of Coventry. (S) Reign of King Stephen, Crouch, 2014.
9/1144, Robert succeeded his father. (S) The Church Historians of England, Pt1, 1856, P417.
[Undated] Grant by Robert Marmiun, son of the Robert Marmion who died excommunicate, to the church of Lichfield … (S) The Manuscripts of Lincoln, 1895, P227.
By 1146, Robert Marmion made a charter to Polesworth attested by Hugh de Cuilli and William de Rezem. (S) From Alfred the Great to Stephen, Davis, 1991, P224.
1153 at Southwell by charter, King Stephen restored and granted to Robert Marmion all the land of Roger his grandfather, and of Robert Marmion his father.
1154-55, Witecote, Warwickshire, granted by Robert Marmion to William fitz Ralph. (S) Antiq’s of Warwickshire, V2, Dugdale, 1730, P1042.
12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.
1155, Charter of Henry II confirming the charter of Henry I granting Robert Marmion free warren in Warwickshire. (S) Feudal England, Round, 1895, P192.
1156-65, Robert, Lord of Tamworth, died. [Assumed by 11-year break in records, and improbability of timeline with no break.]
Child of Robert:
i. Robert de Marmion (39979544), born ~1140 in Normandy, France.