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Friday, August 28, 2020

Lord Fulk fitz Warin & Hawise de Dinan

 94559158. Lord Fulk fitz Warin & 94559159. Hawise de Dinan

~1150, Fulk born in England, s/o §§Fulk fitz Warin.

~1155, Hawise born in England, d/o §§Joscelin de Dinan.

1170, Fulk’s father died at Alveston in Gloucestershire.

~1173, Fulk married Hawise.

1177, Fulk’s amerced for 40 marks for a forest-trespass. (S) Shropshire Pipe Roll.

~ 1180, Fulk successfully disputed the right of Shrewsbury Abbey to the advowson of Alberbury.

1194, Fulk fined 10 marks to be excused transfretation to Normandy. (S) Rot. Canc. De 30 Joannis, 1833, P.122.

11/6/1194, Hawise de Dinant names her husband as Fulk fitz Warin, and Hugh de Plugenai names his wife as Sibil in a mort d’ancestre.

Aft. 1194, Fulk paid a fine of £100 for the lands Hawise acquired in the suit. (S) Rot. Pipe, 2 Ric II. Wilts.

7/6/1189, Richard I succeeded Henry II as King of England.

1195, Fulk amerced 40 marks for the castle of Whittington adjudged to him in curia regis.

Bef. 1197, Fulk of Alderbury made a claim to Whittington against Meurich, son of Roger de Powis. (S) Collectanea Archaeologica, V1, 1862, P40.

1197, Fulk died at Thornbury in Gloucestershire.


1198, Hawise made a fine of 30 marks to not be forced to marry again. (S) Rot. Pipe, 10 Ric I, Wilts.

1201, Sibil, widow of Hugh de Plugenai, and Hawise, coparceners in Lamburn, Berkshire.

1204, Hawise de Dinan and her sister Sibil claimaints against Oliver de Dinan for estates in Somersetshire and Devonshire.

Aft. 1226, Hawise died. (S) Testa de Nevill, 1807, P.128

Family notes:

·         9/1157 in Wiltshire, Fulk fitz Warin a witness to a charter of King Henry II. (S) CH&I,H.II.

Children of Fulk and Hawise:

i. Fulk fitz Warin (94563740), born ~1175 in England.

ii. Eve Fitz Warin (47279579), born ~1180 in England.

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