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Saturday, September 5, 2020

Lord Reginald Gernet

 47268616. Lord Reginald Gernet

~1165, Reynold Gerneter born in England, s/o §§Lord Roger de Gernet & 94537233. Mabilla Fitz Urse.

4/6/1199, John succeeded Richard I as King of England.

~1215, Vitalis Engaine and Roger Gernet brought William de Cantilupe and Mazilia his wife to court to claim back a carucate and a half of land at Worle. They also sued Elias de Beauchamp for the same amount of land in the manor. (S) Early Worle, Brown, 2014. [The suit against Elias claimed right through ancestor Richard fitz Urse.]

~1216, Sheriff of Somerset to require Elye de Beauchamp to deliver seisin to Vitalis Engaine and Roger Gernet.

[Undated] Reginald Gernet sold his claim to the honor of Montgomery to William de Cantilupe.

10/19/1216, Henry III, age 9, succeeded John as King of England.

Bef. 1220, Reginald died. (S) Lancashire Inquests, Extents, and Feudal Aids, Farrer, 1903, P188.               

(S) Coll.’s for a Hist. of Staffordshire, V4, 1883, P91.

Child of Reginald and ?:

i. Roger Gernet (23634308), born ~1190 in England.

4/8/1241, Placita coram Domino Rege: Vitalis Engayne (9994980) s/o Richard (19989960), s/o Margaret fitz Urse (39979921), d/o Richard fitz Urse (79959842) & Matilda de Bollers (79959843), d/o Baldwin de Bollers (159919686), to whom Henry I gave the Honor of Montgomery with Sebilla de la Maleyse (159919687), relation of the King. Vitalis Engayne (9994980) and Roger Gernet (23634308) claim the Honor of Montgomery, as descendants of the first wife of Baldwin de Buller, living temp. Henry I. Giles de Erdington claimed it on account of a grant made to his father Thomas by Stephen de Stanton, a descendent of Baldwin by a second wife. William de Cantilupe derived his claim from Reginald Gernet (47268616), one of the co-heirs. (S) Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V4, 1883, P91.

ii. William Gernet, born ~1195 in England.

William married Cecily de Mascy.

Bef. 1234, William died; his brother Roger his heir.

Cecily remarried to William le Vilein.

1233-34, Adam de Preston, attorney for William le Vilein and Cecily his wife, sued Roger de Gernet, brother and heir of William Gernet, in a plea to warrant to them the manor of Fishwic.

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