~1200, Henry Teutonicus born in England.
10/28/1216, Henry III, age 9, crowned king of England.
1221 Henry Tyes granted lands in Tywarnhaile, Cornwall to sustain him in the King’s service.
1221, Henry le Tyeis and Isabel his wife appear in a lawsuit in London.
By 1227, Grant by Henry le Tyeys (’Teutonicus’) of a yearly rent of 6s 8d; early 13th cent ; and confirmation thereof by John de Lascy, Constable of Chester. (S) Monasticarchives.org.uk.
10/3/1227, Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take into the king’s hand all land that Henry Teutonicus had by bail of the king in his bailiwick. (S) FRsHIII.
1228-29, Henry le Tyeys held lands in alverton and Tywarnhaild, Cornwall, and in Shirburn, Oxon. (S) Complete Peerage.
1230-31, Richard, earl of Cornwall, granted to Henry le Tyes the manor of Shirburn, as part of the barony of Robert, earl of Dreux, as of the honour of St. Walerie. (S) Journal of the British Archaeological Assoc., V1, 1895, P293.
5/26/1231, Grant to Henry Teutonicus and his heirs of the manor of Grendon, late of Robert de Tybovill, which the said Henry previously held of the king’s bail, … (S) CChRs.
1233, Henry le Tyeis given given royal permission to take timber in his own wood of Long Crendon to make a windmill. (S) Bernwood: The Life and Afterlife of a Forest, Broad, 1997, P7.
1234-37, Richard, earl of Cornwall, exchanged land for that of Grendon Underwood in Bucks with Henry le Tyeys. (S) A History of the County of Oxford, 1996, Salzman, P183.
1235-36, The King to his Archbishops … granted … St Mary and the monkes of Kirkeley … of the guift of Henry Teutonicus, 1 marke yearly rent in the mill of Slathweyt, … (S) Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, V8, 1884, P29.
1236, Sir Henry was granted Slaithwaite Manor from Roger de Laci.
1237, Henry le Tyeys died holding lands in alverton and Tywarnhaild, Cornwall, and in Shirburn, Oxon. (S) Complete Peerage.
Child of Henry and Isabel:
i. Henry le Tyeys (23639012), born ~1230 in Engand.