~1210, Roger born in England, s/o §§Lord Hugh de Herdeberg.
10/19/1216, Henry III, age 9, succeeded John as King of England.
Aft. 10/1224, Roger’s father died.
1232, Hugh de Loges quitclaimed 16 virgates in Harborough Magna to Roger de Herdebergh. (S) Hist. of Warwick, V6, 1951, Harborough Magna.
1249, Roger de Herdebergh v. the Abbot of Preaux in Normandy. (S) Antiq’s of Warwickshire, V1, Dugdale, 1730, Willey.
1249-50, Agnes de Rattlesden claimed 1/4th fee in Overstrand and North Repps against Richer de Reymes, and the latter called Roger de Herdeberg to warrant him. (S) Suffolk Inst. of A&NH, V23, Pt2, Family of Reymes, P95.
1251-52, Roger Herberwe alias Herbergh' and his son Roger, charged with the death of William Burrich', are not guilty. (S) Essex Record Office, D/DH VD1-38.
5/23/1253, Roger de Herdebergh’ gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. He has paid and is quit. (S) FRsHIII.
By 1254, Roger died.
· 1166, Robert de Raines reported to the King that Roger de Hardeburge held the 'better part of Mescinges' of his demesne, he knew not by what title. (S) Essex Record Office, D/DH VD1-38.
· 1215, §§Hugh de Herdeberg was in arms against King John, but returned to obedience 1 Henry III, and had his lands restored. (S) Essex Record Office, D/DH VD1-38.
· 10/1224, Hugh de Herdeberg, tenant of 16 virgates of land in Herdeburgh. (S) Staffordshire Hist. Coll’s, V4, 1883, Coram Rege Roll, No.2, Tower Records.
Child of Roger and ?:
i. Hugh de Herdeburgh (23640220), born ~1230 in England.