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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Baron William de Auberville & Lady Maud de Glanville

 973529272. Baron William de Auberville & 973529273. Lady Maud de Glanville

~1135, William born in Kent, England, s/o §§Baron Hugh de Albertvilla.

1139, William’s father died, Turgis de Abrincis paid 100 marks of silver, 1 mark in gold, and a Courser for custody of the lands and of William, a minor.

~1150, Maud born in England, eldest d/o 1947060754. Ranulf de Glanville & 1947060755. Bertha de Valoines.

~1163, William married Maud [acquiring Benhall].

4/29/1182, William de Alvervill a justice of the Curia Regis at Westminster. (S) CH&I.HII, P247.

1182, Ranulf de Glanvill’s foundation charter of Leystone attested by ‘John, son of the Lord the King’; William de Auberville; … (S) CH&I.HII, P249.

2/29/1188, William de Haubervill, an opponent of the Monk’s of Canterbury’s negotiations with the King at Clarendon. (S) CH&I.HII, P285n.

1192, William de Auberville, with consent of his wife Maud, gave the church associated with his manor to Langdon abbey.

1194, William de Auberville a member of a petit jury in Wiltshire.

1203, Sir W. de Auberville in a suit with Lucy, Thomas de Arderne’s widow [Thomas a relative.] (S) Priory and Manor of Lynchmere and Shulbrede, Ponsonby, 1920, P40.

William died [William had a son William and daughter Emma, both of whom died in his lifetime.]

Family notes:

§§1130, Hugh de Albertvilla in the pipe roll of Kent.

Child of William and ?:

i. Hugh de Auberville (486764636), born ~1170 in England.

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