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Baron John de Kilpec & Lady Julian ?

 39979548. Baron John de Kilpec & 39979549. Lady Julian ?

~1165, John born in England, s/o §§Lord Henry II de Kilpeck.

~1168, Julian born in England.

9/1183, John’s father died [or was relieved of his duties]. (S) Publications of the Pipe Roll Society, 1974, P108.

By 1187, John married Julian.

Aft. 1189, John’s father died.

11/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England.

1193, John de Kilpeck, son of Henry, purchased the barony of Purbeck [Pulverbach], co. Salop, for £100; from Emma, wife of Herbert de Castello. (S) A History of Shropshire, Page, 1968, P134. [Emma d/o Reginald de Pulverbatch.]

1196, John received full of livery of the manor acquired in 1193 on the death of Emma.

5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.

1200, John de Kilpeck and his heirs were granted the jurisdiction of all the forests of Herefordshire in perpetuity by King John.

9/1200, John de Kilpeck demands against the abbot of Hagman the customs and right servces, … (S) Select Civil Pleas, Baildon, 1890, P25. [See 10/1203.]

1203, John de Kilpec for a fine of 1 merk with the king that he might see the Charter of Herbert de Castello. (S) Rot. Pip. 5 John, Salop.

10/1203, 4 knights summoned to choose 12 to make recognition between the Abbot of Hagemon and John de Kilpec concerning the service owed in Bebrig. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V3, Eyton, 1856, P83.

1204, John died. (S) Companion and Key, Fisher, 1832, P586.


1204, Julian paid 50 marks to King John to marry whom she pleased. (S) The Athenaeum, 1870, P249.

1205, Julian had dower of Rokeslegh and La Teme.

1207, Julian died; her son succeeding to office of Custodian of the royal forests of Herefordshire.

(S) Antiquities of Shropshire, Eyton, P196.

Family notes:

·         Henry I de Kilpeck, s/o Hugh fitz Norman, s/o William fitz Norman.

·         1140, Henry I de Kilpeck fined 100 marks for trespass in the King’s forest of Treville. (S) Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Club, 1871, P60.

·         1154, §§Henry I de Kilpec, founded Kilpec in Herfordshire, dedicated to St. David. (S) The History of the Antient Abbeys, Stevens, 1722, P271. [Sometimes read as 1134, which seems unlikely.]

·         1169, Henry II de Kilpec succeeded his father.

·         1175, Henry II de Kilpec, lord of Kilpec castle. (S) Companion and Key, Fisher, 1832, P586.

·         1189, §§Henry II de Kilpeck in arrears for 13 marks for the forest of Trivel.

Children of John and Egidia:

i. Hugh de Kilpec (19989774), born 1188 in England.

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