~1115, Herbert son of Herbert born in England, s/o 79959632. Herbert Fitz Herbert & 79959633. Sybilla Corbet.
12/22/1135, Stephen crowned king of England.
1140, Herbert’s father died; Herbert gave £333 silver for livery of his father’s lands in Hampshire. [Herbert’s older brother Robert got most of the estates.]
1140-1154, Writ of King Stephen informing his justices, barons, sheriffs and officers of Sussex and Mddx. that, since Abbot Herbert proved his title to the land of Parham (Suss.) and Mapelefort (Mddx.) against Herbert Fitz Herbert, in the presence of King Henry's barons at the Exchequer. (S) Wesminster Abbey Charters, 1988, Cal. of Royal Doc’s, no.117. [Herbert likely brought suit after the death of his father.]
1148, Of the private estates, the properties of Herbert son of Herbert the chamberlain in Winchester were fewer in number and less valuable than his father's. (S) Winchester in the Early Middle Ages, Barlow, 1976, P505.
12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.
By 3/1155, Herbert’s older brother Robert became chamberlain to King Henry II.
1156, Herbert fitz Herbert excused his quota of scutage, as a military tenant under the abbeys of Hide and Abingdon.
Aft. 1157, Herbert’s mother died.
1158, Herbert quitclaimed the forest of Dene and other lands to Henry II.
1161-65, Herbert heir to his brother Robert to property in Wiltshire.
1165, Herbert of Winchester died holding 4 knights’ fees tenure-in-capite in Berkshire on which he owed Serjeantry as royal chamberlain; 2 fees of the bishop of Winchester, 3 fees of the archbishop of York, 1 fee of the abbot of Abingdon, 1 fee of John de Port of Hampshire, and half a fee of the earl of Gloucester.
(S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V7, Eyton, 1858. (S) Gen. and Heraldic HIst. of the Commoners, V4, Burke, 1838, P728.
Child of Herbert and ?:
i. Herbert Fitz Herbert (19989908), born ~1140 in England.