~1185, Richard de Greinville born in England, s/o §§Richard de Grenvile & Gundreda ?.
4/6/1199, John succeeded Richard I as King of England.
1204, Richard’s father died; his mother Gundreda surviving.
4/27/1205, Richard under age; given in wardship to Richard Fleminge for 600 marks and 6 palfreys. “Johannes Dei gratia … Ricardo Fleming custodiam terrarum et haeredum Richardi de Greinville, … et maritageo Gundredae uxoris praedicti Ricardi. …”
1206-7, Richard paid 5 marks to have the privileges of the inhabitants of Bideford equalised with those of Exeter.
1207, A confirmation charter of King John of Richard to Neath abbey. “Johannes Deo Gratia etc. Sciatis nos dedisse et concessisse et presenti carta nostra confirmasse Deo et ecclesie sancte Trinitatis de Neth et monachis ibidem Deo servientibus locum ubi castellum Ricardi de Granavilla …” (S) Cartae et Alia Munimenta, V2, 1910, P309.
~1208, Sir Richard Grenvile married his father’s ward, d/o Thomas fitz Nicholas of Middleton, who held 10 knights’ fees of the Honor of Middleton. (S) Journal of the Royal Inst. of Cornwall, V10, 1891, P379.
1210, Sir Richard Grenvile held 3 knights’ fees and a half in Devon and Cornwall of the honour of Gloucester.
1211, Sir Richard Grenvile held 3 knights’ fees and a half in Devon and Cornwall of the honour of Gloucester.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1217, Richard died.
(S) History of the Granville Family, Granville, 1895, P34ff. (S) Rept.&Trans., Devonshire, V16, 1884, P682.
· 1200, Richard de Grenvile [“SIGIL. RIC. DE GRENVILE”], lord of Bedyford and Kilkhamoton, paid 40 marks and a palfry to have assize of the advowsons of those churches agains the Abbot of Twekesbury.
Child of Richard and ?:
i. Richard de Grenvile (33555968), born ~1210 in England.