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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Lord Lambert de Multon & Amabel de Lucy

 121690408. Lord Lambert de Multon & 121690409. Amabel de Lucy

~1205, Lambert de Moulton born in England, s/o 47282320. Thomas de Multon & 47282321. Sara de Fleet.

~1210, Amabel born in England, d/o 47282322. Richard de Lucy & 47282323. Ada de Moreville.

1214, Amabel’s father died.

1214, Thomas de Multon [Lambert’s father] received the custody of the daughters of Richard de Lucy of Egremont, Amabel and Alice.

10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.

By 1217, Lambert’s mother died.

2/1218, Lambert’s father married Amabel’s mother.

5/2/1224, Pledges for John of Bassingbourn: … Lambert of Moulton for 5 m. … (S) FRsHIII.

[––Lambert & Amabel––]

~1228, Lambert married Amabel de Lucy; acquiring land in Egremont and Copeland.

1231, Fine to levy the apportionments fo the estates of Richard de Lucy, Alan de Muleton and Alice his wife, and Lambert de Muleton and Amabil his wife, the moiety of the manor of Egremond, Aspatric, Caudebec, Braythwaite and Husacre. (S) Transactions of Cumberland and Westmorland, V7, 1907, P221.

2/16/1236, Cumberland. John of Haile gives the king 40s. for having 4 knights to take the assize of darrein presentment to the church of Haile , which he arraigned against the abbot of Calder and Lambert of Moulton. (S) FRsHIII.

Amabel died.


Lambert married 2nd Ida, d/o Geoffrey de Odilli. [No children.]

1239, Lambert’s father died.

1241, Lambert de Molton sealed and counter-sealed a document with his personal seal. (S) Notes from the Muniments of St. Mary Magdalen College, Macray, 1882, P112.

1242-3, Lambert de Muleton holds 1 knight's fee in Turstanton in chief of the King, of the honour of Lancaster. (S) Lancashire Inquests, V48, 1903, P110.

1243, Robert de Cubbeldick held of Lambert de Multon, who held of the Honor of Richemond, the eighth part of a knight's fee in Frampton and Kyrketon. (S) Reports and Papers – Arch. Soc.’s, V28, 1905, P1.

1243-4, Lambert de Multon, Alan de Multon, Thomas de Greystoke and John de Reyney pay various sums “pro passagio” [instead of serving abroad.] (S) Pipe Rolls of Cumberland and Westmorland, 1905, P99.

7/14/1244, Lamber de Multon granted a market at his manor of Flete, and free warren at the manor; witnessed by William of Cantilupe. (S) CChRs.

1245-6, Aid towards marrying the King’s eldest daughter, Lambert de Multon pays £1 for the old feoffment of Copeland. (S) Pipe Rolls of Cumberland and Westmorland, 1905, P111.

1246, Lambert obtained from the pope the privilege that no one should have the power to excommunicate him except by special mandate of the pope. (S) Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages, Burke, 1831, P379.

1246, Lambert, Lord of Egremont and Copeland, died at Multon in Lincolnshire.

[––Post Mortem––]

11/29/1246, If Thomas of Moulton (47281290) will give him good security that he will answer the king for debts which Lambert of Moulton (121690408), his brother, owed the king, if he was bound to the king in any debts, then he is to permit him and the remaining executors of Lambert’s testament to have free administration of all goods and chattels formerly of Lambert in order to make execution of his testament. (S) FRsHIII.

Child of Lambert and Amabel:

i. Thomas de Multon (60845204), born ~1230 in England.

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