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Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Lord Saire de Quincy & Lady Maud de Saint Liz & Baron Robert fitz Richard

 159116048. Lord Saire de Quincy & 159116049. Lady Maud de Saint Liz & 243396784. Baron Robert fitz Richard

By 1090, Robert born in England, youngest s/o 639664896. Richard de Clare & 639664897. Rohais Giffard.

~1090, Saire born in England.

~1105, Maud born in England, d/o 318232098. Simon de Saint Liz & 319832121. Countess Matilda.

8/2/1100, Henry I crowned King of England.

8/3/1108, Louis VI crowned King of France.

1110, King Henry granted the barony of Little Dunmow to Robert fitz Richard after it was forfeited by William Baynard.

1111, Maud’s father died.

1228, Saher succeeded to the lands of his grandmother, Matilda de Dyve, at Hinxton and Arrington, Cambridgeshire. (S) Essays on Nobility of Medieval Scotland, Stringer, 1985, P114.

[–––Robert & Maud–––]

By 1129, Maud married Robert fitz Richard. (S) Gen. Hist. of the Dormant, Burke, 1866, P119.

Robert a steward of King Henry I.

1134, Robert, baron of Little Dunmow, Essex, died.

[–––Saire & Maud–––]

1134-35, Saire married Maud.

12/22/1135, Stephen crowned king of England.

1136, Saher De Quinoy I, Tenant of Anselm de Chokes at Long Buckby, Northamptonshire. (S) Descent from a Hundred Kings, Davis, 1964, P58.

8/1/1137, Louis VII succeeded as king of France.

1/12/1146, Saerus de Quinci dominus de Daventre attested a charter. (S) Book of Seals, Hatton, 1950, P195.

12/19/1154 at Westminister, the coronation of King Henry II.

8/1155, A royal charter in favour of Seiher de Quinci attested by Robert, bishop of Lincoln, Thomas the Chancellor, Earl Reginald of Cornwall, and the earls of Hereford and Essex. (S) Court, Household, and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878, P12.

1155-56, King Henry II granted Long Buckby to Saher de Quency and his heirs as Anselm de Chokes had held it. (S) Medievalia et Humanistica, Is9-12, 1955, P4.

~1156, Saier, Lord of Bradenham, Northamptonshire died.


[Undated], Matilda de St. Liz, granting land of her dower in Essex, attested by Walter fitz Robert, her son, and by Saher, her son. (S) NEHGR, V112, 1958, P63.

1158, Matilda pardoned taxes in respect of her holdings in Essex. (S) NRH&GR, V112, 1958, P63.

Aft. 1158, Matilda of Senliz gave Daventry a windmill. (S) Harvesting the Air, Kealey, 1987.

Bef. 1166, Matilda died.

(S) Northampton Record Society, V15, 1950, P194-5.

Child of Robert and Maud:

ii. Walter Fitz Robert (121698392), born 1130 in England.

iii. Maud Fitz Robert (39979977), born by 1134 in England.

Children of Saire and Maud:

i. Saherus de Quincy II, born ~1137 in England.

Saherus, heir to Lord Saire, inheriting all English lands.

1155-6, Long Buckby granted to Saher de Quency and his heirs. (S) Fuedalism and Liberty, Painter 1961, P232.

1158, Saher de Quincy was pardoned 25s ‘danegeld’ in Northamptonshire.

1162, Saher de Quency pardoned 8 shillings.

12/1170, Saher one of those appointed by King Henry II to arrest the archbishop of Canterbury.

2/11/1188 at Geddington, Saher de Quinci attested a royal charter of King Henry II.

(S) Court, Household, and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878.

ii. Robert de Quincy (79958024), born ~1138 in England.

iii. Alice de Senlis (3782411845), born ~1140 in England.

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