~1170, Philip de Oreby born in England, s/o §§Herbert de Orreby.
~1175, Alicia born in England, d/o §§Thomas de Bamfield of Storeton, forester of Wirral.
1194-95, Philip de Orby the constable of Coventry. (S) Lordship and Medieval Urbanisation: Coventry, Goddard, 2004, P81.
1202, Philip appointed justice of Chester. (S) Hist. of the City of Chester, Hemingway, 1831, P251.
1202-29, Quitclaim by Philip de Orreby … 6 sellions of land in Furlongesgreues and 2 sellions of land in Stapelford … Witnesses: Richard de Sondbache Sheriff of Cheshire, William de Malpas, … (S) UKNA.
1203, Philip de Orby the ‘senescaldo comitis’, steward of Ranulf III, earl of Chester. (S) Lordship and Medieval Urbanisation: Coventry, Goddard, 2004, P81.
By 1204, Philip de Horreby a witness to the charter of the Earl of Chester to the burgesses of Coventry. (S) Florilegium Urbanum, Early Records of Medieval Coventry, V11, 1986.
1208-26, Philip de Kima and Sir Ranulf earl of Chester. … Witnesses: … P[hilip] de Orrebi, justice of Chester, Henry de Aldidel, John Lestrange, Guarin de Vernon, T. Despenser, John de Arden, … (S) UKNA.
1209-28, Ranulf earl of Chester and Lincoln and Stephen de Segrave … Witnesses: Philip de Orreby, justice of Chester, Baldwin de Ver, Ralph de Bray, William de Vernun, … (S) UKNA.
6/19/1215 at Runnymede near Windsor, King John forced to agree to the terms of the Magna Carta.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
7/12/1219, Philip de Orreby has asked Pandulf, bishop elect of Norwich, for the custody of the land held by the late Thurstan Banastre whose son has married the daughter of the said Philip. (S) UKNA.
7/17/1219, Phillip of Orby, justice of Chester , has made fine with the king by 50m for having the custody and marriage of Robert, son and heir of Thurstan Banaster. (S) FRsHIII.
7/1219, William de Vernon, sheriff of Lancaster, to Hubert de Burgh, justiciar: the value of Thurstan Banastre's lands; the heir to these is married to the daughter of Philip de Orreby, justiciar of Chester. (S) UKNA.
5/31/1222, Fine before Ranulf Earl of Chester & Lincoln and Philip de Orreby Justiciar of Chester, … the mill pond of Stapelford and 6 perches of land pertaining to the chapel of Stapelford. (S) UKNA.
Bef. 1228, Henry III, in his minority, granted a market on Tuesday and a fair every year to Philip de Orrebi. (S) Pictorial Relics of Ancient Liverpool, Herdman, 1843, P39.
By 1229, Philip’s son and heir Philip died.
1229, Philip de Orreby purchased from Roger de Montalt the custody of Agnes (16886925), daughter of Philip de Orreby the younger, and of his wife Leuca, daughter of Roger de Montalt, and of the inheritance descended from him in Elleford and Cassinglond, and the disposal of her in marriage, with consent of friends.
1229, William de Vernon succeeded Philip de Orreby as Justiciary of Chester. (S) Staff. Hist. Coll’s, V4, 1883, Plea Rolls.
1230-31, Philip died.
1/1231, … and he further stated that Philip de Orreby had the custody of the heir, and after the death of Philip, the said William had committed the heir to a nunnery in Cheshire … (S) Staff. Hist. Coll’s, V4, 1883, Plea Rolls.
Alicia married 2nd Sir William de Vernon.
By 1244, Alicia died.
Children of Philip and Alice:
i. Philip de Orreby (33773850), born ~1195 in England.
ii. Fulco de Orreby, born ? in England.
1243-44, Fulco released his rights to his mother’s dower lands to Philip’s heir Agnes (16886925).
1259, Fulco a justiciary, replacing his relative Roger de Montalt.
1261, Fulco died.