~1240, John born in England, s/o 121688628. Simon de Steyngreve & 121688629. Beatrice Foliot.
~1255, Ida born in England, d/o 4997404. Baron Baldwin Wake & 121688631. Ela de Beauchamp.
4/12/1263, Simon de Montfort returned to England to lead a rebellion of young barons. [John was apparently not part of the rebellion, although his daughter’s father-in-law was.]
5/14/1264, King Henry captured at the battle of Lewes by the forces of Simon de Montfort.
1264, Simon de Montfort effectively ruled England.
5/30/1264, Protection and safe conduct until Michaelmas for John de Steingreve. (S) CPRs.
8/4/1265, Lord Edward defeated and killed Simon de Montfort at the battle of Evesham, ending the barons’ revolt.
Bef. 1266, John’s father died, his brother Peter the hier.
1267-8, John heir to his older brother Peter.
1267-68, John de Steyngreve demands against the abbey of Vaudey 108 acres … Henry de Steyngreve, kinsman of the said John, whose heir he is, … who died without heir of himself, the right descended to one William his brother and heir, to one Simon [father of John] as son and heir, to one William as son and heir [brother of John], to one Joan as daughter and heir, and from Joan to one Peter as uncle and heir, to that John who now demands as brother and heir.
1267-8, John de Stayngreve, plaintiff, v. Richard de Breuse, as to the manor of Thurgramby. (S) Register of Walter Giffard, Brown, 1904, P43.
5/24/1268, Grant to John de Stayngrive that of the debts of his ancestors at the Exchequer he may pay 10 marks a year until they are paid off. (S) CPRs.
1269, John’s excommunications by the Archbishop of York over the issues of Stonegrave Church brought about his submission.
[––John & Ida––]
By 1271, John married Ida.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
7/10/1273, Assise of novel disseisin arraigned by John Passemer’ against John de Steyngreve and others. (S) Annual Rpt. of the Dep. Keeper, V42, 1881, P630.
2/28/1275, Order to respite … the demand upon John de Steyngreve for the debts due of William de Steingreve, his late brother. (S) CCRs.
1275, Assise of novel disseisin arraigned by Ernald de Percy against John de Steingrave and others. (S) Rept. of the Dep. Keeper, V43, 1883, P151.
1276, Complaint was made that John de Stonegrave prevented the king’s ministers from entering his lands for any purpose.
5/7/1277, Grant to John de Steynegryve that the may hold the manor of Staynton, which he has of the demise of Margaret de Staynton, and which is of the fee of Tickhill, for 5 years without challenge. (S) CPRs.
1277, Hugh son of Henry and Albreda his wife demand against John de Steyngreve the third part of the manor of Ffriseby, as the dower of Albreda of the dotation of one William de Steyngreve [John oldest brother], her 1st husband. (S) 46th Rept. of the Dep. Keeper, 1886, P237.
8/22/1277, Confirmation of a grant, for life, made by John le Botiller of Hokerton to John de Steyngrive of the manor of Steynton. (S) CPRs.
6/26/1278, Writ from the King … assigned … to Roger de Munbray [Mowbray], John de Steyngryve and Ida his wife, John de Horbiry and Elizabeth his wife, Michael Pihot and Joan his wife, and William de Mountchensy (de Monte Caniso) of Edwardeston and Beatrix his wife, heir of William Beauchamp (de Bello Campo) of Bedford, their reasonable shares which fell to them fro the inheritance … which Amicia, William Beauchamp’s widow, lately deceased, held in dower. (S) Yorkshire Inquisitions of the Reignes of Henry III and Edward I, 1902, P10. [This William, brother of Ela de Beauchamp, died 8/1262, leaving as his heir his brother Simon, William’s wife Amicia holding dower. Simon left a daughter Joan that died 1266-7. Joan having no heir, the estates were distributed under the Dictum of Kenilworth.]
1/28/1279, Grant to John de Garton … as it appears by inquisition of Geffrey Aguyllun and John de Steyngreve that he has not land to the value of £20 a year. (S) CPRs.
3/12/1279, Commission … to distrain those who have land to the value of £20 yearly … who have not received knighthood … Geffrey Aguillon, John de Steingrave and Ralph le Botiler in co. York. (S) CPRs.
1279, John de Steyngrave [of York] claims the manor of Thorgramby, Sussex as his right. (S) History of the Castles, Mansions, and Manors of Western Sussex, Elwes, 1876, P278.
1279-81, John asserted immemorial right to amendment of the assize of bread and ale, and claimed free warren in Stonegrave, West Ness, &c., under the charter of Henry III.
1281, John de Staingrave vs. William, abbot of Rievaulx. (S) Pubs. of the Suretees Soc., V85, 1890, P97.
1/20/1283, Commission to Nicholas de Stapelton and John de Steyngreve to enquire … (S) CPRs.
1284-5, John de Steingrave held part of Linslade in right of Ida. (S) Victoria History of the County of Buckingham, V3, Page, 1969, P389.
6/4/1285, IPM of Robert de Ros of Beuveyr: … York. … Ricolf. Held by Sir John de Steyngrave, rendering 2lb pepper. (S) CIsPM.
6/8/1285, Enrolment of a release by James fitz Gilbert de Ilketeshal … Witnesses … Sir John de Steingreve, … (S) CCRs.
6/20/1285, Grant to John de Staingreve to pay off his ancestors’ debts by yearly installments of 10 marks. (S) CPRs.
5/31/1287, John de Barton, subdeacon, to the church of Nonington on the pres. of Sir John de Stayngreve, knt. (S) Register of John Le Romeyn, Lord Archbishop of York, V1, 1913, P163.
7/20/1287, Protection with clause volumus, for the following going to Wales on the king’s service … John de Steyngreve, until a fortnight after Michaelmas. (S) CPRs.
8/15/1287, An army of 6,700 joined an earl’s force of 4,000 at Rhys ap Maredudd’s castle of Dryslwyn, Wales, and began a siege. They built a trebuchet to attack the castle. [The castle was captured; but Rhys escaped.]
1/1288, IPM of John Paynel: … York. Stayngreve. Nonington and Nesse. 2.5 fees held by John de Steynreve. (S) CIsPM.
1288, Ida died before John. “Johannes tenuit per legen Angliae post mortem ejusdem Idae.”
6/16/1291, Protection with clause volumus, until Christmas, for John de Steyngreve, staying in Scotland on the king’s service. (S) CPRs.
5/8/1292, Sir William de Estdene, priest, to the church of Stayngreve, on the pres. of Sir John de Stayngreve, knt. (S) Register of John Le Romeyn, Lord Archbishop of York, V1, 1913, P172.
1/15/1294, Master Thomas de Suwerk', deacon, to the church of Staingreve on the pres. of Sir John de Staingreve, knt. (S) Register of John Le Romeyn, Lord Archbishop of York, V1, 1913, P181.
4/20/1295, Johannes de Steyngreve, alias Stayngrif died.
4/23/1295, IPM of John de Steyngreve, alias Stayngrif. Essex: 72a. arable, 4a. meadow, 3a. pasture, 22a. wood, 16s. 4d. assised rent, and works of customers with gavelacre, cocks and hens, worth 20s. … Isabel his daughter, aged 24, by whom Simon de Pateshull has lawfull issue, is his next heir. Bedford: Caysho. The manor … due to mowers of custom 20d., to customers 15s. 9d. for ploughing 31 1/2a., and to the king 4s. 5 1/2d. for view of frankpledge. He died on Wednesday before St. Mark, 23 Edw. I. Heir as above, aged 22 [&23], the wife of Simon de Pateshulle. Lincoln: Fryseby. 36 bovates of land [let to farm at £18 yearly] and a moiety of a water-mill, held of Richard Folyot, which Jordan Folyot his father gave in free marriage with Beatrice (121688629) his daughter to Simon de Steyngreve, father of the said John. Heir age 23 and more. York: Nunington. 6 carucates of land, making a knight’s fee, … a messuage and 5 cottages … Wesby. A messuage and a carucate … Stayngrif. A messuage, 3 carucates … a water-mill, 10 cottages, and a meadow … Schonesby. A messuage, 2 cottages, a water-mill, and 3 carucates … Kelkefeld. A messuage and a bovate … Schotton. A carucate … (S) CIsPM.
(S) Calendarium Genealogicum, V2, 1865, P504. (S) Lincolnshire Notes and Queries, V9, 1907, P25. (S) History of the County of York North Riding, V1, 1914.
Child of John and Ida:
i. Isabella de Steyngreve (30422157), born 1272 in England.
2/22/1296, Order to cause Isabel, late the wife of Simon de Pateshull, to have seisin of the lands that Simon held … the king has taken her homage. Isabel, daughter of John de Steyngreve, kinswoman and third heriess of Ela, second sister and heiress of Simon de Bello Campo, tenant in chief. (S) 1288-96, GBPRO, 1904, P474.