~1255, Edmund de Eyncourt born in England, s/o 30424580. John Deyncourt & 30424581. Agnes de Neville.
Bef. 10/14/1257, Edmund’s father died.
1/8/1269, Comfirmation of a demise by Queen Eleanor to whom the king gave the wardship of the lands and heirs of John de Eyncourt, to Agnes late the wife of the said John of the manors of Graneby, … on condition that Edmund the son and heir of the said John, whose homage, though a minor, the king has taken at the instance of the queen, should die … the queen shall have wardship … (S) CPRs.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]
4/27/1277, Norman de Arcy acknowledges that he owes to William le Botillier of Werington 170 marks … and Edmund de Eyncurt, who constituted themselves principal debtors … levied, in default, of their lands and chattels in cos. Lancaster, York, and Nottingham. (S) CCRs.
1277, Edmund de Eyncourt requests inquests in the counties of Lincoln and Nottingham to establish his right to lands that he used to hold in chief of the king. (S) UKNA. [Not known why lands were ‘lost’.]
4/27/1277, Order to cause Edmund de Eyncourt to be acquitted of £70 that they exact from him for his scutage of Wales in the 41st year (1257) of the late king's reign. (S) CCRs.
7/5/1277, Protection for the following going with Gilbert de Gaunt into Wales on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.
1277, King Edward was in Chester where he cleared a road through a dense forest, and started construction on the castles of Flint and Rhuddlan. King Edward made forays into the Welsh lands of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, prince of Wales, capturing Snowdonia and the isle of Anglesey.
[––Edmund & Isabel––]
~1278, Edmund married Isabel.
1282, Edmund served in Wales.
1283-85, Petitioners: Edmund Deyncurt (Deyncourt) … request associated with scutage. (S) UKNA.
5/12/1285, Letters patent of Edward I being a confirmation of a grant … of the manor of Langare and Barneston … also the homage and service of Edmund de Eyncourt and his heirs … Derbyshire. (S) UKNA.
1/20/1292, Protection with clause volumus, until Michaelmas, for Edmund de Eyncurt, going beyond seas. (S) CPRs.
1294, Edmund served in Wales.
1295, William fitz William (future son-in-law) served in the retinue of Edmund Deyncourt.
3/5/1295, William, earl of Warwick, defeated a large Welsh force at Maes Moydog near Montgomery.
12/1/1297, Wylton. Institution of John de Seleby, subdeacon, to the church of Brunneby on the presentation of Sir Edmund de Eyncourt, Knt. (S) Surtees Society, V13, 1841, P206.
2/6/1298-99, Edmund became baron Deincourt when summoned to Parliament.
11/16/1299, Protection with clause volumus, until Michaelmas, for the following, going to Scotland, Eustace de Mortayn, going with Edmund de Eyncurt. (S) CPRs.
4/1/1300, … ordered … to cause all and singular of … knights, esquires or others having £40 yearly of land … to provide themselves with horses and arms … be with the king at Carlisle at Midsummer next, ready to set out with him at his wages against the Scots. (S) CCRs.
7/1300, Sir Edmund de Eyncourt did homage “pro ten. In Bruneby.” (S) Survey – County of York, Kirkkby, 1834, P404.
7/9/1300, Siege of Caerlaverock castle in Scotland began.
7/18/1300, ‘Edmundus De Eyncourt dominos De Thurgerton’ did homage for his lands in Burnby, co. York to the Archbishop of York.
1301, Edmundus de Eyncourt, Dns de Thurgerton, a signer of the Baron’s letter to the Pope.
5/12/1302, Walter Chyt of Halton and Margaret his wife to Thomas Catel of Gt. Steeping, Lincolnshire, who holds by villein service of Edmund Deyncourt. (S) UKNA.
2/28/1305, Councillors present who did not receive a writ … [Barons] Aymer de Valence, Henry Percy, Robert Clifford, Hugh le Despenser, Hugh Vere, Walter Teye, Adam Welles, Thomas de Berkeley, William Grandison, … Edmund Deyncourt, … John Hastings, John Segrave, … Robert fitz Roger, [Others] John Botetourt – Warden of the Scottish march, John Havering, Seneschal of Gascony, Ralph Sandwich, Constable of the Tower of London, … John Drokenesford, Keeper of the Wardrobe, … (S) Rec’ds of Parliament, Maitland, 2012, P.cvi.
1305, Baron Edmund present when the king refused permission to the bishop of Durham to present a foreign bishop, on the Pope's recommendation, to the priory of Coldingham.
7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.
8/10/1309, Grant by Anthony, bishop of Durham, to the king of the castle of Somerton … Witnesses: … Henry, earl of Lincoln; Thomas, earl of Lancaster; Peter, earl of Cornwall; Edmund de Eyncurt, Philip de Kyme, Robert son of Payn, William de Inge, and Thomas de Burham, knights. (S) CCRs.
5/3/1310, ‘Edmundus De Eyncourt dominos De Thurgerton’ did homage for his lands in Burnby, co. York to the Archbishop of York.
1311, Scutage assessed in Scarvedale Hundred … Edmund de Eyncourt, 1 in Elmton and Holmfield. (S) Feudal History – Derby, Yeatman, 1886, P464.
9/14/1311, Quitclaim with warranty by John Sampson … all rights and interest in the manor and the advowson of Eperston, Notts … Witnesses: Lord Robert of Clifford, Lord Edmund of Eyncourt, Lord Bandewyn of Maners, Lord William of Hereford, Lord Thomas of Mountercy, Lord William of Eyncourt [unknown relation], … (S) UKNA.
9/3/1312, Edmund [and others] ordered to prohibit the Earl of Lancaster and others from repairing to the King with horses and arms.
1313-14, Edmund de Eyncourt to grant a messuage and land in Timberland and Blankney to a chaplain in the chapel of St. Mary, Blankney [Lincoln]. (S) UKNA.
By 1314, Isabel died before Edmund.
2/18/1314, Licence, … on account of his good service to Edward I and the the king, to Edmund Deyncurt, who affirms that his sirname and arms after his death will be lost from memory in the person of Isabella daughter of Edmund Deyncurt, his heir apparent, … to enfeoff whomsoever he will … whom he shall so enfeoff may bear the surname of the said Edmund Deyncurt and his arms in memory of him. (S) CPRs.
9/20/1314, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Edmund Dayncourt of a message … in Blaunkeneye … to a devine chaplain … daily in the chapel of St. Mary, Blaunkeneye, for the souls of the grantor, Philip de Metheryngham, Master Robert de Blaunkeneye, and of all departed souls … 40s. (S) CPRs.
1/1315, William Gainsborough, archbishop of York requests … Edmund Deyncourt, John de Insula and John de Doncaster … assigned to enquire upon the contents in the petition … (S) UKNA.
8/30/1315, A charter for a market granted to Edmund de Eyncurt, to be held on a Tuesdays at his manor. (S) CChRs.
1/29/1316, At parliament, petitions … concerning John of Norwich, John of Chichester, and Roger of Salisbury, bishops; Edmund Deyncourt, Philip of Kyme, … (S) Parliament Rolls, 2005.
5/15/1317, Licence, after recitation that Edmund Deyncourt fears that his name and arms may become extinct in the person of Isabella his daughter and heir apparent … for him to enfeoff Master Oliver Deyncurt and John Deyncurt of Parkhalle, of the manor and soke of Balunkeneye, the manors of Braunston and Mere, a messuage … Lincoln, … Nottingham … for them to regrant the same to him for life, with remainder to William (15210574) son of John Deyncourt and the heirs of his body. (S) CPRs.
5/20/1317, Licence for Edmund Deyncurt to enfeoff William son of William de Elmeleye (7606144), of … for the latter to regrant the same to Joan late the wife of Edmund (121690946) son of John Deyncourt for her life, with remainder to Isabella daughter of Edmund son of John Deyncourt and the heirs male of her body. (S) CPRs.
6/18/1317, Licence for Edmund Deyncurt to enfeoff William son of William de Elmeleye, of … to regrant the same to Edmund for life … successive remainders to Hamo de Mascy and Joan (widow of 121690946) his wife for her life, and upon the death of Isabella, daughter of Edmund son of John Deyncurt, and the heirs male of her body, and failing such issue, to the said Edmund and his heirs. (S) CPRs.
10/1318, William de Stoketh of Lincolnshire requests that a remedy be ordained for him … People mentioned: Edmund [of Almain], Earl of Cornwall; Thomas de Burnham, Steward of the earl of Cornwall; [Margaret], Countess of Cornwall; Edmund Deyncourt; Simon le Chamberleyn … (S) UKNA.
4/4/1319, John de Moubray (2955080), lord of the Isle of Axholme and of Gower; and John his eldest son and Maud, the son's wife. ... Witnesses: Sir Thomas earl of Lancaster, Sir William de Roos of Helmsley, William le Latymer, Edmund Dayncourt, ... (S) UKNA.
1323, IPM of John de Blyton of … Lincoln. Lincoln: … Braunceton. 24a. arable held of Sir Edmund de Eyncourt in chief, by service of doing suit at his court of Braunceton. (S) CIsPM.
12/27/1324, Licence for Wm son of Wm (7606144) to enfeoff Edmund Deyncourt of the manor of Emeleye ... and for the said Edmund to regrant the same in tail to the said Wm and Isabel his wife. (S) UKNA.
12/27/1325, “To William Fitzwilliam (7606144) and Isabel (7606145), his wife, to levy a fine to Edmund Deyncourt. In the manor of Emeleye, held of the King, as of his manor of Wakefield; and his manor of Darthington, held of the King as of his Honour of Pontefract, as the King is informed by Inquisition … To be to the use of William and Isabella. …” (S) UKNA. [This agreement is also documented in the IPM of John fitz William (475384), Edmund’s gggs, 6/17/1418.]
2/9/1326, Final Concord. Plaintiffs: William Fitzwilliam and Isabel, his wife. Deforciant: Edmund Deyncourt. Manors of Emeleye and Darthington, with all appurtenances. (S) UKNA.
1326, Edmund died.
1/8/1327, Writ for IPM of Edmund Deyncourt. Nottingham: Graneby. The manor, held for life … remainder to William Dayncourt (15210574) and the heirs of his body, his kinsman, aged 26 and more … Derby: Holmesfeld and Elmeton. The manors … excepting a messuage, 312a. land, … which ought to remain to Hamond de Mascy and Joan his wife for the life of the said Joan. … Lincoln: Blaunkenaye and Braunceston. The manors with the soke … (S) CIsPM.
2/7/1327, Order to deliver to William Deyncourt the manor of Blaunkeneye and Braunceston … Edmund Deyncourt held … of … by fined levied by the late king’s licence … the king having taken William’s homage … saving to Hamund de Mascy and Joan his wife, late the wife of Edmund son of John Deyncourt kinsman of the aforesaid Edmund Deyncourt, the said Joan’s dower according to the form of a deed made by the said Edmund, when the said Edmund s/o John espoused her at the Church door … (S) Lincolnshire Ns&Qs, V8, 1905, P17.
· By 1/8/1327 record, Edmund (15212290, b.~1255, d.1326) & Edmund (121690946, b.~1250, d.1317) are related, and both sons of ‘John’. The relationship is unknown. Neither is their relationship to William (15210574, b.~1300, d.1364), heir of Edmund (15212290) by deed, also a s/o ‘John’.
· Most pedigrees give the lineage as Isabel, d/o Edmund, s/o John, s/o Baron Edmund. By the lastest possible date of Isabel’s birth, ~1290, the Baron would have lived to be a minimun of 90 [males marrying at 16]. There are pedigrees indicating that Baron Edmund had a son William that died at the battle of Bannockburn (1324). This cannot be because Isabel is the sole heiress by 1314.
Child of Edmund and Isabel:
i. Isabel Deincourt (7606145), born ~1280 in England.
ii. John Diencourt, born ? in England.
By 1314, John died before his father.