~1175, Eudo born in Yorkshire, England, s/o 47268488. Eudo de Lungvilers & 47268489. Eva de Reinville.
~1180, Clemence born in England, d/o §§John de Maherbe & Matilda fitz Swain.
Aft. 1196, Eudo’s father died.
5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.
~1200, Eudo married Clemence.
Bef. 1209, Eudo de Longillers, seneschallus of Pontefract. (S) History of Pontefract, Fox, 1827, P64.
4/30/1209, Reyner fitz Ralph claimed land in Birtwisle against Eudo. (S) Record Society, V39, 1899, P30.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
7/29/1224, Notingham. … justiciari ad assisam de morte antecessoris … Eudonem de Lunvilers, pententem [plaintiff], et Nicholayn de Lattres, tenentem [holder], de villa de Wetele … (S) CPRs.
1226-28, In Appelby sunt xx. librate terre unde Eudo de Lungvilers tenet medietatem cum uxore sua per dominum regem et Galfridus de Nevill' aliam medietatem, et sunt eschaeta. (S) Liber Feidorum, Pt1.
1227, Eboracum. … Walterus de Percy, … justiciarii ad assisam … quam Henricus de Hunegeden aramiavit versus Eudonem de Lungvilers et Celementiam uxorem ejus et Galfridum de Nevil et Mabiliam uxorem ejus, … (S) CPRs.
8/1/1227, Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to place in respite, …, the demand of 35 m. that he makes by order of the king from Eudo de Longvillers for the debt that he owed, as is said, to William Aguillon, who has abjured the realm. (S) FRsHIII.
3/25/1228, Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to place in respite, …, the demand of £15 that he makes … from Geoffrey de Neville [wife Mabel] and Eudo de Longvillers [(47268488) wife Clementia] for Roger de Montbegon, so that it might be inquired then before the barons of the Exchequer whether they themselves ought to pay the aforesaid debt to the king for Roger, as is said, or whether Henry of Monewden [great-grandson of Agnes, only sister of Roger, grandfather of this Roger], Roger’s heir, ought to render that debt himself. (S) FRsHIII. (S) Record Society, V48, 1903, P62. [See Family notes.]
8/4/1228, Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to place in respite the demand of £15 that he makes from Geoffrey de Neville and Eudo de Longvillers for Roger de Montbegon, … [repeat of order of March.] (S) FRsHIII.
10/25/1229, Eudo de Lungvilers, Philippus filius Johannis, … constituti sunt justiciarii ad assisam nove dissaisine capiedam … (S) CPRs.
[Undated] Eudo de Longvillers, with the consent of his wife, Clence, and his heir, John (11817122, gs), confirmed lands in Cononley given by William of Goldsborough [to Bolton priory.] (S) Bolton Priory, Legg, 2004, P18.
1232, IPM of Roger of Monte Vego (d.1227): … before his death he gave that land to a certain John de Lunguilers, … (S) Henrici de Bracton De Legibus, I70, V1, 1878, P399. [Roger the half-brother of Clemence, a coheir; John (11817122) is her son.]
1238, Clementia de Lungvilliers, widow, confirmed a grant to the monks of Pontefract of the advowson of the church of Silkston.
1/16/1240, Clemencia de Longvillers gives 1m for having a writ to attaint 12 jurors. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc. (S) FRsHIII.
[Undated, Robert Nevylle, of Hornby, Chivaler, sued John del Cotes, Chaplain, and John de Clifton,] for the manor of Appleby, which Clemence de Lungvilers gave to Eudo, her son, and the heirs of his body. (S) De Banco. Mich. 1. Hen. 4. m. 103.
1246, Clemencia de Lungvilers died. (S) UKNA, IPM.
(S) Chartulary of St.John of Pontefract, 1902, P402.
· [See 3/25/1228] §§Matilda, d/o §§Adam fitz Swain (d.1159), married 1st Adam de Montbegon [Monte Vego], lord of Hornby [(S) Early Yorkshire Charters, V3, 2013, P156.], who’s son Roger died in 1227 without heirs. Matilda married 2nd §§John Malherbe. Children: son John died bef. 1/2/1216; daughter Mabel married Geoffrey de Nevill; daughter Clementia (47268489) married Eudo de Longvilers. Matilda married 3rd to Gerald Glanville.
· §§Matilda’s sister Amabel married 1st William de Nevile, 2nd Alexander de Crevequer.
· 1384, Assize between the Abbat and Robert de Neville and Joan his wife as to rents in Cleckheaton and Farnley: Assisa … Rogertus de Neuill de Hornebi miles et Johanna vxor eius iniuste, … Eudo de Lungel’ [Recital of a grant by Eudo Longillers] … Johannis de Longuilers [and of another by John de Longillers] … (S) Miscellanea, V8, Thoresby Society, 1904, P282.
Child of Eudo and Clemence:
i. John de Lungvilliers (11817122), born ~1203 in England.
[Undated] Eudo de Longvillers (23634244), with the consent of his wife, Clence, and his heir, John (11817122), confirmed lands in Cononley given by William of Goldsborough [to Bolton priory.] (S) Bolton Priory, Legg, 2004, P18.