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Friday, September 11, 2020

Robert de Welles

 19989952. Robert de Welles

~1155, Robert de Welle born in Lincolnshire, England, s/o §§William de Welles.

~1165, Robert de Well married to a sister of Gilbert de Gant, s/o Walter, s/o Ragemer, tenant in 1114.

Robert’s father died.

11/14/1195, Robert de Well plaintiff in a fine concerning the advowson of Alford church. Robert quitclaimed all right to Gilbert de Riglesbi and his heirs for ever.

1197-98, A certain agreement made between the township of Cokerington and the township of Sumercote … These have pledged their faith to keep this concord, and have confirmed it with their seals … on the part of Sumercotes, Robert de Welle, … (S) Final Concords of the County of Lincoln, 1920, App.V.

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

6/8/1202, Between Haco de Steim, plaintiff, and Robert de Welles, deforciant of the advowson of the chapel of Steim. Robert acknowledged the said advowson to be the right of Haco, and for this Haco gave him 20s.

1205-6, Robert, son and heir of William de Welle, witnessed a grant by R. son of Goschelin de Ristun to the chapter of S. Mary of Lincoln.

By 1207, Robert died.

(S) Lincolnshire Notes and Queries, V6, 1901, P55. (S) Lincolnshire Rec’s, Abstracts of Final Concords, V1, 1896.

Child of Robert and ?:

i. William de Welles (9994976), born by 1187 in England.

1207, Willaim de Welle, son and heir of Robert gave 50 marks to have 1 fee in Grenesby of the honor of Richemund, which was of William [de Grainsby], father of Emma, wife of the said William de Well, whose heir she is.

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