~1175, William born in England.
1190, William de Turvill held Fulbrook as half a knight’s fee.
1198, William de Bereford granted 2 mills in Fulbrook, Warwickshire, to William and Isabel.
1206, William de Turville granted the manor of Weston Turville for a term of 13 years to Geoffrey Fitz Piers, Earl of Essex.
1217, William de Turville assented to endowing his son William’s wife, Maud de Hastings, with the manor of Pailton, Warwick.
1217, William died. (S) FRsHIII.
1220, Isabel claimed the manor of Fulbrook against Maud de Hastings.
(S) Hist. of Warwick, V6, 1951, Bilton & Leek Wooton. (S) Hist. of Warwickshire, V3, 1908, Fulbrook.
Child of William and ?:
i. William de Turville, born ? in England.
William married Maud de Hastings.
1217, William died, his heirs his sisters.
1217, Maud, on the death of William, claimed the manor of Pailton, Warwick in dower.
ii. Cecily de Turville (33773891), born ~1200 in England.
[Cecilia was a daughter of Isabel de Turville. (S) UKNA, 5/24/1224.]
iii. Pernel de Turville, born ? in England.
Pernel married Simon de Crewelton. [Simon took the name Turville.]
1235, Simon de Turville and Roger de Craft answered for ½ knight's fee in Fulbrook and Woodcote. (S) Hist. of Warwick, V3, 1945, Fulbrook.
iv. Isabel de Turville, born ? in England.
Isabel married Walhamet le Poure. [No children.]