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Thursday, September 3, 2020

Lord Nicholas Fitz Martin & Lady Maud de Bryan & Baron Geoffrey de Camville

 47283732. Lord Nicholas Fitz Martin & 47283733. Lady Maud de Bryan & 60835762. Baron Geoffrey de Camville

~1235, Nicholas born in England, heir & s/o 94567464. Nicholas fitz Martin & 94567465. Isabel de Bonville.

~1235, Geoffrey born in England, s/o 121671524. William de Camville & 121671525. Lucy ?. (S) Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1907, P111.

12/25/1242, Maud born in Devon, England, d/o 94567466. Guy de Bryan & 94567467. Eve de Tracy.

 [––Nicholas & Maud––]

By 1256, Nicholas married to Maud.

2/1260, Geoffrey’s father died.

4/1260, Staff. Matilda, widow of Richard de Kamwill, sued Geoffrey de Kamwill for one-third of two parts of the manor of Clifton; and Lucy (121671525), widow of William de Kamvill, for one-third of one-third of the same manor, as her dower; and Lucy called Geoffrey to warranty for the third of the manor held by her. A concord was made by which Geoffrey conceded to Matilda for her life 12 marks of rent from the said manor in the name of dower. (S) Staffordshire Hist. Coll’s, V4, 1883, Plea Rolls, Banco Roll no.101.

1/1261, Staff. William le Mathun sued Geoffrey de Camvill in a plea that he should warrant to him a virgate of land in Clifton, for which he holds the charter of William de Camvill, the father of Geoffrey. (S) Staffordshire Hist. Coll’s, V4, 1883, Plea Rolls, Banco Roll no.116.

3/17/1265, Safe conduct to Nicholas son of Martin, serjeant In the munition of the castles of Kermerdin, Kardiagan and Kilgaran, coming to the king wherever he may be in England. (S) CPRs.

5/1267, Nicholas granted 10 oaks in Melksham forest.

1268, Nicholas, justice of Surrey, allowed 50 marks for his expenses.

8/28/1269, Pardon at the instance of Nicholas son of Martin, … (S) CPRs.

3/1/1270, The king’s son Edmund granted Nicholas the castles and counties of Kermerdyn and Kardigan. (S) CPRs.

11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England.

1273, Nicholas son of Martin, lord of Cemais, granted to Phillip Fychan and 5 other freeholders of Bayvil a quitclaim of services and privileges, including 3 days' reaping and one day's ploughing yearly and freedom to buy and sell everywhere in Cemais outside the franchises of Newport except when the fair at that town was being held. (S) Welsh Journals Online, National Library of Wales.

By 1273, Maud’s mother died before her maternal grandfather.

1273, Maud, age 31, inherited the barony of Barnstaple, Devon, from her grandfather Henry de Tracy. (S) Devon, V9, Pt2, Phillimore, 1985, P1-38.

10/1273, Nicholas acknowledged owing suit to the Earl of Pembroke for his land of Kemeys.

1274, Nicholas charged with waste in Kilgarran, Pembrokeshire. [Which had been delivered to Maud’s father in 1265 by Nicholas’ father.]

1274, Nicholas, of Kemes, died before his father. (S) History of Cilgerran, Phillips, 1867, P89.

[––Geoffrey & Maud––]

By 8/21/1274, Maud married 2nd Sir Geoffrey de Camville. (S) The Reliquary, V18, 1878, P23.

9/24/1276, Maud and Geoffrey had livery of her grandfather’s lands.

Bef. 9/29/1279, Maud died; her lands passed to her son William fitz Martin. (S) Devon, V9, Pt2, 1985, P1-38.


11/15/1283, Order to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to cause enrolment to be made pursuant to the king's pardon to Geoffrey de Caunvill of £100 of the £200 wherein he is held to the king for the wardship of the land and heir (30417880) of Henry de la Pomereye (60835760). (S) CFRs.

3/23/1284, King's grant to Geoffrey de Caunvill that of £100 of the £200 wherein he was held to the king for the wardship of the land and heir of Henry de la Pomereye, whereof the king pardoned him £100, he pay £20 a year; in lieu of a grant that he pay 50 marks a year. (S) CFRs.

1/20/1291, Grant to Guy Ferre, for a fine of £40 made by him with the executors of the wlll of queen Eleanor, the king's consort, of the marriage of the said Amice (30417881), which Henry de la Pomereye (60835760), of whom the said James de Boulay held his land by knight service, granted to the said queen. (S) CFRs. [Geoffrey must have granted the marriage away – usually because of debt.]

1294, Geoffrey summoned to Portsmouth with horse and arms to embark with the king for Gascony.

10/9/1294, English forces left Portsmouth for France, arriving and going up the Gironde estuary seizing the towns of Castillon, then Macau, then Bourg and Balye.

11/1294, The English began an unsuccessful 10-day siege of Bordeaux. They then went upstream and captured Rions, Podensac and Villeneuve, then back to Bordeaux. [Captured 1/1295].

6/23/1295, Geoffrey, baron of Clifton, Staffordshire, summoned to parliament.

1305, William de Campo Arnulphi (60844068) a tenant of Geoffrey de Camville. (S) Report and Transactions, Devonshire, V49, 1917, P378.

2/22/1307, Geoffrey, baron of Clifton, Staffordshire, summoned to parliament.

1308, Geoffrey died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P31. (S) Gen. & Hera. Dic. of Peerages, Burke, 1846, P107.

Child of Nicholas and Maud:

i. William Martyn (23641866), born 1257 in England.

Child of Geoffrey and Maud:

i. Amicia de Camville (30417881), born 1275 in England.

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