1233, Henry born in England, heir & s/o 243368000. Sir Geoffrey Esturmy & 243368001. Matilda ?.
~1243, Laurencia born in England.
By 3/6/1245, Henry’s father captured by the Welsh.
1245-46, Henry’s father declared dead.
4/20/1246, Robert de Muscegros has made fine with the king by 300m. for having the custody of the land and heirs of Geoffrey Esturmy until the [lawful] age of the same heirs and for the marriage of the same. (S) FRsHIII.
3/24/1254, The king has rendered to Henry Esturmy, son and heir of Geoffrey Esturmy, all the bailiwick that the same Geoffrey had in the forest of Savernake. (S) FRsHIII.
1254, Henry, of age, became Warden of Snaverake forest. (S) The Wardens of Savernake Forest, 1949, P45.
6/6/1255, Appointment of the following foresters … Henry Estormy, keeper of Savernak } Wilts. (S) CPRs.
6/29/1256, Respite to Henry Esturmy from knighthood for 4 years for a fine. (S) PRsHIII.
1257, Henry attended the Forest Eyre.
1259, In a perambulation, Henry’s Savernake forest lost part of its lands to Chute Forest.
1259, Henry Esturmy received 25 marks sterling for his recognition of a claim of Lady Avicia.
1259-60, Release by Henry de Foxcote, to Henry Esturmy, of a rent in Lys. (S) UKNA.
1260, Restoration of the forest to Henry Esturmy. (S) A History of the Town of Marlborough, Waylen, 1854.
9/29/1260, Whereas the king some time ago granted to Henry Esturmy that he might render to him 50m. each year at the Exchequer for the debts in which his father was bound to the king …, and whereas Henry ought to be girded with the belt of knighthood … together with John of Brittany, …, the king, wishing to do him special grace in this matter, at the instance of the aforesaid John of Brittany, has pardoned to Henry 20m. of the aforesaid debts, … By the king, John Mansel and Robert Walerand, the justiciar, the earl of Gloucester and Phillip Basset. (S) FRsHIII.
1261, De damis datis. – Mandatm est Henrico le Esturmy, custodi foreste de Savernaco, quod in eadem foresta … (S) CCRs.
[––Henry & Laurencia––]
~1261, Henry married Laurencia.
1262, Grant by Robert de Ros, lord of Beaveir, to Sir Philip Bassety … Witnesses: — Sirs William de Insula, …, Henry Sturmy, Robert le Ghaumberleng, and Richard Sturmy, knts., …
1263, Henry, heir of Geoffry fil. Geoffrey Hose, of 1 knights fee in Wilts. (S) Knights of Edward I, Moor, 1929, P259.
9/24/1264, Mandate to Robert Waleraund, Warin de Bassingburn, John de Muscegros and Robert de Tipetot, … to deliver the castles of Marleberg and Lotegereshale [Wiltshire], which they lately committed to Henry Estormy to keep [pending this decision], … to Robert de Insula. (S) CPRs.
4/18/1266, Mandate to the constable of the castle of Marleberg and Henry Sturmy to go in person to the said castle to enquire by jurors of the county of Wilts what money Roger de Clifford, sometime constable of that castle, laid out on the works thereof. (S) CPRs.
7/21/1266, Wiltshire. The abbot of Bec–Hellouin gives half [a mark] for an assize to be taken before Martin of Littlebury and Henry le Esturmy. (S) FRsHIII.
1270, Inquisition made at Hardene … by Henry Esturmy, forester, and … whether it be to the damage of the king … Matthew de Columbarius … (S) The Index Library, V37, 1908, P57.
11/26/1271, Robert Walerand, Nicholas of Yattendon, Sampson Foliot, Henry le Esturmy, …, John de St. Lupo, Peter de Neville, Richard of Ospringe and John of Havering in the king’s presence constituted (constituti) together with the executors of the testament of Phillip Basset lately deceased …. (S) FRsHIII.
7/11/1272, Pardon to Henry le Esturmy for taking 2 hinds in the forest of Windesore, without warrant. (S) CPRs.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.
1272-3, Henry Esturmy owed 2 marks annually for the the hundred of Liss. (S) Camden Fourth Series, 1987, P13.
1276, Henry acquired Wolfhall, the family residence for several generations. (S) UKNA.
1277, Agreement, Dame Margaret Husee and Sir Henry Esturmy, knight, concerning forthcoming marriage between Henry, son and heir of said Sir Henry, and Margaret, daughter and co-heiress of Sir Hubert Husee, to whom Sir Henry gives manor in Wolfhall, Great Bedwyn, in free marriage. (S) UKNA. [“Know all men present and future that I, Henry Esturmy, son of Geoffrey Esturmy, have given … to Henry my son as a free gift on his marriage with Margaret daughter of Hubert Husee, the whole of the manor of Wolfhall. (S) Wardens of Savernake Forest, Brudenell-Bruce, P47.]
1279, Wilts. Assise of novel disseisin arrainged by Roger son of Reginald de Stutescumb against Henry le Estormy and others … (S) House of Commons Papers, V44, 1887, P40.
2/25/1280, Order to the sheriff of Wilts to deliver Henry Husee (121684002) from prison, the king, for a fine of £100, having pardoned him his trespass in taking a doe in the forest of Penber without licence. Henry has found pledges for payment thereof, to wit, Henry Esturmy, Richard de Cumbe. Richard Esturmy, … of Wilts. (S) CFRs. [Vacated.]
1280, Henry Esturmy summoned to show warrant for his taking assize of bread and beer at Elvetham pleaded that his ancestors had enjoyed the privilege since the time of King Richard I. (S) Battle Abbey Roll, V2, 1889, P15.
5/12/1281, Licence for Richard Fukeram the younger … in pursuance of an inquisition taken by Henry Estormy, keeper of the king’s forest of Savernake, to assart and cultivate … (S) CPRs.
7/15/1292, Order to Henry Sturmy, keeper of the forest of Savernake to cause William son of Warin to have in that forest 6 bucks of the king’s gift. (S) CCRs.
[Undated] Grant by Henry Esturmy, son of Geoffrey Esturmy, to hospital of Easton of a messuage with a virgate and a half of land with appurtenances in Easton and 50a. wood in Savernake which they have by gift of Stephen of grantor's father as set forth in father's charter; also 10s. annual rent which they have by father's grant for soul of Matilda, grantor's mother, viz. out of tenement which Roger the shepherd holds in Durley. (S) UKNA.1295, Henry died. (S) UKNA.
1295, Henry died.
9/27/1295, IPM of Henry Sturmy alias le Estormi, de Stormy, Esturmy. Worcester: Rushuc. A messuage which cannot maintain itself and garden … Henry his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. Wilts: Borbach. The manor, with its members Durleye and Couelesfeld … by serjeanty of finding an esquire armed in the king’s army in Wales, and for keeping the bailiwick of the king’s forest of Savernak. Southampton: Pollynges in the hundred of Odyham. A grange with a little curtilage, 120a. arable, … Hydebernard, viz.:— Lys. £10 yearly rent … Ulvetham. A capital messuage &c., the advowson of the church … Heir as above, aged 28. (S) CIsPM.
12/3/1295, Order to deliver to Henry Sturmy of Wilts, son and heir of Henry Sturmy, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage ; retaining in the king's hand the dower of Laurencia, late the wife of the said Henry the father. (S) CFRs.
1/10/1296, Order to assign dower to Laurencia, late the wife of Henry Sturny, tenant in chief, as she has taken oath before the king that she will not marry without his licence. (S) CCRs.
11/17/1317, Licence for Henry Sturmy (30421000, grandson) to grant his reversion in the manor of Lyshe Sturmy, co. Southampton, held in chief, which Laurencia late the wife of Henry Sturmy, his grandfather, whose heir he is, holds in dower, to Robert de Hungerford and Gena his wife for their lives, with reversion to himself and his heirs. (S) CPRs.
(S) Easton Royal Conservation Area Statement, 9/2004.
Child of Henry and Laurencia:
i. Henry Esturmy (60842000), born ~1263 in England.