~1160, Simon de Tillolf born in England, s/o §§Peter de Tilliol.
1183, Simon’s father died.
1184, Simon de Tilliol, in possession of the manor of Scaleby by a fine of 30 marks.
4/6/1199, John succeeded Richard I as King of England.
1201, Simon de Tiloyl paid a fine of 100s that he might not be compelled to serve abroad.
1201, Simon de Tyliol died; his son and heir Peter, and his wife surviving.
1204, Simon’s widow and son Peter in the guardianship of Geoffrey de Lucy (47282818). Geoffrey paid 20 marks and a palfrey for having the marriage of the widow with her assent and that of her friends. [Wife had not reached age 21.]
(S) The Ancestor, V4, 1903, P88ff. (S) Jersey: ses antiquites, ses institutions, son historire, Croix, 1859, P117. [French.]
· 1130, Sir Richard the Ridere, [Aka ‘Richard the Knight’], grandfather of Peter de Tilliol, accounted for 20s for his land. [‘Richard Rider’ occurs only in the great inquest of 1212.]
· 1157, §§Peter de Tilliol succeeded his grandfather, paying 50s for seisin. (S) Victoria History of the County of Cumberland.
· 1158, Peter de Tilliol paid 50s to enter into the lands of his grandfather, Richard the Rider, the manor of Scaleby, Cumberland [6 miles from Carlisle].
Child of Simon and ?:
i. Peter de Tilliol (23641408), born ~1200 in England.