~1215, Simon de Pattishall born in England, s/o 243377248. Walter de Pateshull.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1232, Simon’s father died.
1236, Simon de Pateshull, son and heir of Walter, of age and in a plea of 1 virgate in Barford, co. Bedsford. [His uncle Hugh de Pateshull also in the suit.]
1237, Simon de Pateshull, a midland tenant of the St. Valerys, had granted Ashford mill in North Leigh to the Benedictine priory of Snelleshall, near Whaddon in Buckinghamshire. (S) Studies in 13th Century Justice, Meekings, 1981, P15.
1240, Simon given respite from knighthood for a few months.
1241, Sir Simon de Pattishall succeeded to the estates of Bishop Hugh de Pattishall. (S) Langley Cartulary, V31, 1980, P25.
1242, Simon in a suit with the prior of Dunstable over a fee farm rent in Grimscot.
1242-3, Simon held ¼ fee in Pattishall of Saher de Wahull.
12/19/1254, Pro Willelmo de Bello Campo de Bed'.—Quia Thomas de Gresl', Simon de Pateshull' et Ricardus de Waldebod manuceperunt … (S) CCRs.
12/28/1257, Essex. Simon of Pattishall gives 1 mark for having a writ of trespass before the justices of the Bench. (S) FRsHIII.
6/1258, King Henry signed the Provisions of Oxford. These limitations by parliament [led by Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester] granted money to Henry in exchange for administrative reform.
8/4/1258, To 4 knights of each county: Mandate to enquire touching excesses, trespasses and injuries committed, in pursuance of an ordinance lately made in the parliament of Oxford, … Simon de Pateshull } Bedford. (S) CPRs.
10/23/1258, Commitment to Simon de Pateshull to the keeping of the counties of Buckingham and Bedford. (S) CPRs.
1259, Simon de Pateshull sheriff of Northamptonshire. (S) History, Topography – Northamptonshire, Whellan, 1874, P92.
1260, Ida, late the wife of William de Beauchamp, charged with waste in Simon de Pattshull’s manor of Crawley.
1261, Simon de Pateshull sheriff of Northamptonshire. (S) History, Topography – Northamptonshire, Whellan, 1874, P92.
3/1262, King Henry repudiated the Provisions of Oxford.
6/29/1263, The Manor of Isleworth hosted a gathering of Earl Simon de Montfort’s rebellious noblemen who held a conference with the King that sowed the seeds for England’s first true Parliament.
6/27/1264, Commitment to Simon de Pateshull of the counties of Buckingham and Bedford. (S) CPRs.
4/6/1264, King Henry and Lord Edward attacked Northampton, the garrison surrendering the next day.
4/6/1264, At the siege of Northampton, Simon was holding the castle with Simon de Montfort the younger. Captured, Simon was imprisoned.
5/14/1264, Lord Edward (I) and his father King Henry III captured by Montfort at the battle of Lewes, Sussex, “at the Mill of the Hide”. An estimated 2700 died. Lord Edward and his knights penetrated the center of Montfort’s army, but was flanked on both sides by armored calvary.
1264-65, Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.
6/4/1264, Whereas peace has been made … all prisoners taken in the conflict at Northampton, … shall be brought to the king in London, … to come without horses and arms to treat with the king … in order that exchange may be made of the said prisoners for prisoners taken at Lewes or the prisoners released on sufficient mainprise. (S) CPRs. [Simon was released under this agreement.]
11/26/1264, Simon de Pateshull, sheriff of Buckingham. (S) CPRs.
7/31/1265, Lord Edward [I] defeated Simon de Montfort’s son Simon at the battle of Kenilworth, Warwickshire. Simon de Pattishall was a member of the retinue of Simon. Most of Montfort’s forces were captured, but Simon and others escaped. (S) DNB, V15, 1909, P415.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward [I] defeated Montfort’s army at the battle of Evesham, Worcester, ending the Baron’s Revolt and freeing his father. Montfort and 2 of his sons were killed.
3/18/1266, Safe conduct for Simon de Pateshull in coming to the king’s court to treat for peace, provided that he stand trial. (S) CPRs.
5/1266, King Henry began a siege of 7 months of Simon de Montfort’s [Jr.] forces at Kenilworth castle, which included Simond de Pattishall.
10/31/1266, The Dictum de Kenilworth allowed those who had opposed the King their lives for a loss of liberties of 3 to 5 years. The only exception was the Montfort family.
6/25/1267, Remission to Simon de Pateshull, bachelor of G. de Clare earl of Gloucester and Hertford, of the king’s indignation towards him by occasion of the dissension long had between the king and the earl after the latter’s retirement from Wales to London, and acquittance to him, with the assent of the magnates of the realm, of all things done by him since then. (S) CPRs.
3/12/1268, Remission to Simon de Pateshull of the king’s indignation and rancour of mind conceived towards him by occasion of trespasses he was said to have committed at the time of the disturbance in the realm, and ratification of a quitclaim made to him by John Giffard, to whom the king had given his said lands by occasion of the said trespasses. (S) CPRs.
11/18/1269, Inspeximus … Ingram, lord of Fienlies, … witnesses, Sir Simon de Pateshull, … (S) CChRs.
1269-74, Sir Simon de Pateshull, a former Montfortian sheriff, among those experiencing a “miracules” at the tomb of Simon de Montfort. (S) 13th Century England, Coss, 1986, P4.
1270, Simon de Pateshull bestowing houses on the Friars of the Sack. (S) Victoria History – Northampton, Constable, 1930, P58.
8/26/1273, IPM of Roger de Somery. Buckingham: … Little Craule. ¼ fee held by Simon de Pateshull. … (S) CIsPM.
4/1274, Simon died.
(S) Honors and Knights Fees, Ferrar, 1923, P93.
Child of Simon and ?:
i. John de Pateshull (60844312), born ~1240 in England.