~1185, Fulk de Belfou born in England.
5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.
[1199-1216] Fulk de Beaufo, Lord of Hockwold and Wilton, held of Earl Warren [in the reign of King John].
(S) EssayTowards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, Blomefield, 1805, P178.
Children of Fulk and ?:
i. Margery de Beaufo (47281185), born ~1205 in England.
ii. Emma de Beaufo, born ? in England.
1212, Emma de Belfou held land in South Creake in chief.
1219, Emma was in the king’s gift, her land in Flitcham being worth £30 a year.
1236, Emma held of the king in chief ½ fee in South Creake which Ralph de Belfou held of her.
1237, Henry III confirmed to Emma the manor of …
[Undated] Emma gave her share of the family lands to her sister Agatha.
Bef. 12/7/1239, Emma de Beaufoi died. (S) FRsHIII.
(S) Honors and Knight’s Fees, Farrer, 1923, P114.
iii. Joan de Beaufo, born ? in England.
Joan married Thomas de Ingaldesthorp.
iv. Agatha de Beaufo, born ~1215 in England.
Agatha married Sir Robert Aguillon of Perching.
Agatha died. [Robert married 2nd Alice de Merley, who brought suit against his daughters’ families in 1250. (S) Ess Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V9, 1808, Wiveton.]
Daughters: Agatha married Sir Adam de Cockfield; Joan married Sir Ralph fitz Bernard (d.1239) & Imbert Pugeys (47281432); Margery married Sir Giles de Argenton & Jordan de Sackville. [Multiple sources give Isabel de Aguillon (60845537, b.3/1258, married Luke de Poynings, 4997392) as d/o this Robert. Both this Robert and his 1st wife Agatha were deceased in 1250.]