~1165, Philip born in Vassy, diocese of Bayeux, France.
9/18/1180, Philip Augustus succeeded as King of France.
1195, Philip de Vassy noted as a debtor in the bailiwick of Le Passeis for 31 marks 12s 8d sterling of the fine of Hugh de Couterne. Philip owed 6 li. for non-performance of service of the King at Nonancourt, and 100 li. for his right of sharing in the land against his brothers.
1198, Philip succeeded to his lands in Vassy.
1204, Eudo and Philip de Vassy in the ‘accompts’ of debts in the Bailiwick of Condé.
1205 at Rouen, Charter … Barons of Normandy: Richard d’Argences … Guillaume Chambellian de Tancarville, … Henry de Ferrieres, Philippes de Vassy, Guillaume de Mortemer, … (S) Historie Genealogique de la Maison de Harcourt, V2, 1662, P1175.
1213 at Rouen, France, Philip de Vassy a member of the commission to divide the inheritance of Richard d’Argences among his 3 daughter and their husbands. [Petronilla wife of William Paynell, Joanna wife of Robert Bertrand, Matilda wife of Richard d’Harcourt.] (S) Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae, Stapleton, 1844, P.lv.
1213, Philip de Vassy granted land to the parish of Sainte-Marie-de-la-Haie d’Aigullon on the foundation of an abbey by Jordan, bishop of Bayeux. (S) The Battle Abbey Roll, V1, P9.
7/27/1214, Philip de Vassy at banneret of Normandy at the Battle of Bovines. (S) Forum du Collectif Bouvines 1214. [Other bannerets: Robert Marmion, Henri de Ferrières, Guillaume de Mortemer - le chambellan de Tancarville, Robert Malet - le sire de Creuilly, Richard d'Argences.]
7/27/1214, English forces supporting Otto IV of Germany against France, at the Battle of Bouvines, near Tournai in Flanders. The French King’s forces of 10,000 defeated an alliance of England, the Holy Roman Empire and rebellious French principalities, numbering 15,000.
1220, Philip held Vassy by 2 knights’ fees.
[Undated] Philip gave to the abbey of Aunay 2 gerbs of the tythe of Vassy.
(S) Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae, V2, Stapletone, 1844, P.civ & P.clxxvii & P.clxxviii.
· At least 1 original act of Philip survives, but without its seal. (S) Seals and Their Context, Schofield, 2015.
Child of Philip and ?:
i. Juliane de Vassy (19989773), born ~1190 in France.
10/22/1246, Philippus Marmion (9994886) names Roberti Marmiun (9994886) patris mei, et Willelmi Marmiun patrui mei … Juliane de Vauceio (19989773) matris mee in a charter which records the sale of Fontenay le Marmion. (S) FMG. [Philip, Robert his father, William his uncle, Juliane his mother.]