~1140, Ingelram born in Picardy, France.
~1145, Sybil born in France, heiress & d/o 189118354. Faramus Tingry & 1891183545. Matilda ?.
1183-84, Sybil’s father died.
Bef. 1189, Ingelram de Fiennes, constable of Dover castle, steward of the Household of King Henry II.
7/6/1189, Richard I succeeded Henry II as King of England.
12/12/1189, King Richard I departed England on the 3rd Crusade. Richard commandeered 63 ships and ordered them to Dover to move his forces to France. The fleet was then to move to Marsailles to meet up with the combined English and French troops. [30 additional ship coming from Normandy.]
7/2/1190, The English and French armies met at Lyons.
9/22/1190, King Richard’s army arrived at Sicily.
1191, Richard captured the city of Messina, Sicily, after they had refused to let the English ships land.
5/1191, Richard captured Cyprus, which he would use as a supply base for his forces.
6/5/1191, Richard set sail for Acre.
1191, Ingelram died at the siege of Aeon [Acre].
Aft. 1191, Sybil confirmed her father’s charter “Omnibus fidelibus ecclesire, tam preseutibus quam futuris, Faramus filius Willelmi de Bolonia ... ego recognosco et ex parte mea concede donationem quam antecessores mei, scilicet Gaufridus filius comitis Eustacii de Bolonia, avus meus, et Willelmus de Bolonia, filius ipsius, pater meus, fecerunt ecclesire Sanctae Mariae Becci, scilicet unam hidam in Belghehem, quae pertinebat ad manerium de Clopham …” [… Faramus son of William de Bolonia … a donation to and from the ancestors … Geoffrey, son of Count Eustace de Boulogne (grandfather of my father) …]
3/15/1207, Warrant to the sheriffs of 2 counties to give William possession of the lands his mother Sibyl “gave up before us in our court” and to allow her a reasonable provision.
10/1207, Charter of William de Fiennes, … of Faramus de Tingry, confirming the donation to the abbey of Saint-Josse the Dark made by his grandfather in 1171. … with the noble Pharamus Tingry my grandfather, the agreement Sibille my mother, … (S) Charte de Faramus de Boulogne.
Sybil, a well-documented patron of the Norman abbey of Bec, died.
Child of Ingelram and Sybil:
i. William de Fiennes (47279588), born ~1170 in Picardy, France.