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Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Lord William de Champernoun & Joan ?

 60844068. Lord William de Champernoun & 60844069. Joan ?

~1245, William de Campo Arnulphi born in England, eldest s/o 4990592. Lord Henry de Chambernon & 4990593. Dionisia de English.

~1250, Joan born in England.

~1268, William married Joan ?.

2/16/1269, William de Chaumbernun was claimant to 1 messauge, 20 acres in Cowick, in St. Thomas.

11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.

7/1279, William, knight, witnessed a dispute settlement between the abbot and convent of Glastonbury.

5/1281-2/1284, William’s father died.

5/22/1285, Sir William de Champernon and William de Cornubia came to an agreement over the boundaries of Crenmore. (S) History of Newenham Abbey, Count of Devon, Davidson, 1843, P184.

1285, William, lord of Coryton.

5/15/1287, William going overseas in the king’s service. [The king and queen were in Gascony at this time.]

1289, William de Campo Arnulphi returned as holding inter alia 1 knight’s fee in Oterham on aid for the marriage of the king’s eldest daughter. (S) Journal, Royal Institution of Cornwall, V11, 1895, P258.

1294, William, knight, called into service in Wales against Madog.

1295, William de Champernoun patron of the Jacobstowe in Cornwall. (S) Register of John de Grandisson, 1899, P1672.

11/1295, William a knight of the shire for Cornwall.

1296, William called into service against the Scots.

3/30/1296, King Edward invading Scotland with a force of 25,000, captured Berwick-upon-Tweed, an important Scottish port of northeast England, sacked the town and massacred thousands of its inhabitants.

5/1298, William a knight of the shire for Devon.

1301, William called into service against the Scots.

6/1301, King Edward attacked Scone, Scotland and removed the Scot’s ancient coronation stone, installing it at Westminster.

11/13/1301, IPM of Edmund, earl of Cornwall. Truardai and Luden. 21 fees held by William de Campo Arnulphi. (S) CIsPM.

2/4/1303, To the sheriff of Devon … William de Camp Arnulphi, tenant of the knights’ fees in that county that are called ‘little fees of Mortain’ … to receive from William 25s for each of the small fees. (S) CCRs.

1303, William held Birch Barton, Southcott and Ilfracombe.

4/20/1304, John Dun, fine of £1 and at instance of Sir William de Campo Arnulphi. (S) Exeter Freemen, Rowe, 1973, P8.

1305, William de Campo Arnulphi a tenant of Geoffrey de Camville (60835762). (S) Report and Transactions, Devonshire, V49, 1917, P378.

1305, William de Champernon died.

2/21/1305, IPM of William de Campo Arnulphi. Cornwall: Tywardraith. The manor, including a water-mill …  held of the king in chief by service of 20 knight’s fees of Mortain. Trevelowen. The manor … Henry his son, aged 33 and more, is his next heir. Devon: Ilfridecoumbe. The manor … The hamlet, including a salmon fishery between Michaelmas and Christmas, and a messuage, … Colrigg. The manor … Clist. The hamlet … (S) CIsPM.


3/1308, Dame Joan de Champernoun, relict of Sir William, presented to the church of Jacobstowe, co. Cornwall.

11/1309, Dame Joan de Champernoun, presented John de Campo Arnulphi, a subdeacon, as the new rector.

Child of William and Joan:

i. Henry de Campo Arnulphi (30422034), born ~1270 in England.

3/24/1305, Order to deliver to Henry, son and heir of William de Campo Arnulphi, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said father, he having done homage. (S) CFRs.

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