~1235, Roger de Carminou born in Cornwall, England, s/o §§Roger de Carminow.
~1240, Sarra born in Cornwall, England, d/o §§Gervais Hornicote.
~1258, Roger married Sara.
1270, Sir Roger accompanied Lord Edward [I] on crusade.
8/19/1270 from Dover, Lord Edward and consort Eleanor left on the 8th crusade.
9/1172, Lord Edward, leaving soldiers to defend Acre, began his journey home.
1274, Roger de Carmynou had by customery right the parking of all distresses taken in Kerrier hundred, with the right to demand a penny for each animal parked. (S) The Hundred and the Hundred Rolls, Cam, 1960, P82.
1276, Roger’s sister Maud, married to Sir Robert Heligan died.
Roger died. [Assumed by 14-year break in records.]
1302, Assize roll: Sarra de Hornyacote mother of Roger de Carmynowe.
[Undated] Sara heiress to her niece Margery, d/o her sister Cenota.
(S) Journal, Royal Institution of Cornwall, 1889, PP149&222. (S) Publications of the Harleian Society, V9, 1874.
· 1173, Roger de Carminow held 1 knights’ fee in Moteland, Cornwall.
· 1220, §§Roger de Carminow witnessed a charter relating to Trenant, Cornwall.
· §§Gervais Hornicote, s/o Robert de Tintagel (d.1224), s/o Jervais de Hornicote (d.1207).
· 1245-57, Grant of Robert, prior of Launceston, …, by the wish of Earl Richard of Cornwall. Witnesses: Richard, earl of Cornwall, lord Richard, bishop of Exeter, lord John, archdeacon of Cornwall, John of Lamford, steward of Cornwall, Reginald of Botreaux, Gervase de Hornicote, … (S) UKNA.
Child of Roger and Sarah:
i. Roger Carmynow (30422304), born ~1260 in England.