10/19/1216, Henry III, age 9, succeeded John as King of England.
~1220, Nicholas de Barentyn born in England, s/o 94561540. Nicholas de Barenton & 94561541. Joan Montoft.
~1220, Agnes born in England, d/o §§Sir William de Chetwynd.
~1238, Nicholas married Agnes and his father settled Barrinton Hall at Triplow, Cambridgeshire on him and his wife.
1259, Roger de Quency, earl of Winchester granted to Nicholas de Barenton and Agnes his wife, and to his heirs by her, all the land they held of the fee in the town of Cington, Wiltonshire by half a knight’s fee. Nicholas paid 100s.
[Undated] Nicholas wrote his will and died before his father: … to Lady Agnes his wife … son John 6 marks … Humphrey his brother a horse … Sir Nicholas his father ... Agnes his wife … executors … to be buried at Triplow.
1263, Lady Agnes de Barenton, sometime wife of Nicholas de Barenton, made an agreement with Peter Nicholas … to have to hold all her lands for 6 years.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1279, Agnes held Barrinton Hall in dower; with a view of frankpledge and the assize of bread and ale.
(S) Transaction of the Essex Archaeological Society, 1878, P257. (S) History of the County of Cambridge, V8, 1982. (S) Barrontage of England, Betham, 1801, P72.
· 1227, The abbot of Combe agreed to hold Perimulne of §§Lord Robert de Chetwode & Sybil ? and her heirs by a rent of 3s. and to make a bridge over the mill-pond near the old ford, for the carriage of their hay and the driving of their cattle. Under Robert's son William de Chetwode 'the mill of Perie' was charged with a yearly payment of 20s. to the Staffordshire abbey of Haughmond. (S) Hist. of Warwick, V6, 1951, Wolston.
Children of Nicholas and Agnes: [2 sons, 4 daughters]
i. Elizabeth de Barenton (23640385), born ~1240 in England.
ii. Margaret de Barenton, born ? in England.
Margaret married Sir Martin Suchemer.