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Monday, August 24, 2020

Lord Ernauld V de Bois & ‘Emma’ de Bassingham

 243377348. Lord Ernauld V de Bois & 243377349. ‘Emma’ de Bassingham

~1170, Ernald V born in England, s/o 486754696. Ernald de Bosco & 486754697. Emma de Houghton.

~1175, ‘Emma’ born in England.

1184, Ernald’s father, Ernald IV died.

1196, Ernald de Bois granted Elmsthorpe to William de Charnel. (S) Transactions of the Leicestershire Arch., V4, 1878, P173.

5/27/1199, John succeeded Richard I as King of England.

1199, Ernald de Bosco released to Maud Grimbaud and the heir of her body by Richard del Pech, her decased husband … (S) Honors and Knights’ Fees, V2, Farrer, 1924, P37.

1203, Ernauld de Bois , lord of Bois-Arnault, steward of the earl of Leicester, dispossed by King Philip Augustus of France. (The lands were given to Roger des Essarts.)

Bef. 1201, “Robert, comte de Leicester, seigneur de Breteuil … Toutes le donations (Eabbays de Lyre) … Ernauld-du-Bois a donne 10 s. de dunois a toujours payables a la fete de Sainte-Croix, en mai …” (S) Des Baux-de-Breteuil, 1872, P21.

1204, Ernauld de Bois transferred his loyalty to Roger de Quincy after the death of Robert de Quincy (brother of Roger).

1205-06, Ernald [V] died; Roger de Basingham owing 700 marks and 7 palfreys for having the wardship of the land and heir [Ernald VI], and for having the marriage of the said heir, and the marriage of his sister – the relict of said Ernald.

Family notes:

Ernauld married a sister [‘Emma’ used from daughter’s name] of Roger de Basingham [Bassingham]. Ernauld’s son had multiple interactions with “Robert de Bassingham”.

Child of Ernauld and ?:

i. Ernauld [VI] de Bois (121688674), born ~1195 in Leicestershire, England.

ii. Emma de Bois, born ? in Leciestershire, England.

Aft. 1216, Ernauld de Bois gave Great Cleybroke and  Little Cleybroke in frank marriage to Nicholas de Haversham in marriage to his sister Emma (sealed “two bars and a Canton, wherein is a Lion passiant.”) (S) The Description of Leicestershire, Burton, 1777, P67.

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