39979090. Sir Robert de Creke & 39979091. Agnes de Glanville
~1165, Robert de Crek born in North Creke, co. Norfolk, England, s/o §§Bartholomew de Creke.
~1170, Agnes born in England, heiress & d/o 79958182. William de Glanville.
By 1189, Robert’s father died. Sir Robert de Creke, son of Bartholomew, succeeded his father herein, who held 8 fees of the old feoffment in the reign of Henry II. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V7, 1807, North-Greak.
~1186, Robert married Agnes.
11/3/1189, Richard I crowned king of England.
1199, Agnes heiress to her uncle, Roger de Glanville. [Roger de Glanville, baron of the Exchequer, Viscount of Northumberland.]
1199, Countess Gundreda de Glanville sued Robert de Creke for a reasonable dower which had belonged to her late husband, Roger de Glanville [his 2nd wife]. Geoffrey de Lodnes, husband of Alice, daughter of Harvey de Glanville, vouched to warranty the wife of Robert de Creke as daughter and heir of William de Glanville.
5/27/1199, John crowned king of England.
By 1203, Robert de Crek succeeded to Roger de Glanville’s fee of Middleton church.
1206, Bartholomew de Glanville granted to Sir Robert de Creke and Agnes his wife, who was daughter of William de Glanville, 2 carucates of land in Combes, Suffolk, and to her heirs. (S) Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, V3, 1769, P768.
Robert remarried to Richemeia ?.
1208, in Suffolk, Cambe. Robert de Crek renders account of £11 3s. 4d. of farm.
1208-09, Hubert de Randeston sued Jeffrey de Lodne … Jeffrey pleaded that he had the land by the marriage of the daughter of Hervey de Glanvile; so that Robert de Creke, who married the daughter of William de Glanvile, ought to warrant it. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V10, 1809, Loddon.
1209 … Camb’. Robert de Crek renders account of £22 6s. 8d. of farm.
1210-20, Camb’. Robert de Crek renders account of £22 half a mark, and 30s. yearly scutage.
Bef. 1221, Robert de Crek has given William son of Adric, his family and tenement, …
By 1221, Robert de Crek confirmed the gift of Middle church.
1221, Robert granted his Combes, Suffolk, properties to his son Bartholomew.
5/21/1223, Geoffrey of London, the Red, gives the king one mark for having a precipe upon Robert de Crek, for the 7 m. that he owes him. (S) FRsHIII.
By 1225, Charter of Robert de Creake to Robert de Nerford, 4 acres in the town of Crek for his homage. (S) A Cartulary of Creake Abbey, Bedingfeld, 1966, P13.
By 1232, Robert died. (S) Chronica Joceline de Brakelonda, 1840, P146.
1233, Richemeia, Robert’s widow, lady of the manor of Rundenhale, resigned it to Sir Bartholomew de Creke. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V5, 1806, Fundenhale.
(S) The Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England, Banks, 1807, P187. (S) Records of the Anglo-Norman House of Glanville, Richards, 1882. (S) Suffolk Charters, Mortimer, 1979, P84. (S) 3/6/1306, IPM of Roger son of Peter son of Osbert.
· 5/2/1330, Writ of certiorari for Robert son of John de Thorp (11820448) … Suffolk: … In a book extracted from divers inquisitions taken ‘ex officio’ in the time of King Henry [III, 1216-72], the king’s great-grandfather, in Norfolk and Suffolk, under the title of socage, it is thus found:— Cambas, held by Bartholomew de Crek [s/o (39979090)] at fee farm of the king, rendering £22 half a mark, and 30s. yearly for scutage. Cambes, held by Robert de Crek (39979090) of the king at fee farm, rendering the farm at the exchequer, and … In the great roll of 10 John , in Norfolk, Cambe. Robert de Crek renders account of £11 3s. 4d. of farm … in the great roll of 11 John  … Camb’. Robert de Crek renders account of £22 6s. 8d. for this year … From 12 John  to 4 Henry III , the said £22 half a mark, and 30s. yearly scutage, are exacted under the name of Robert de Creke; from 5 Henry III  to 13 Edward I , under that of Bartholomew de Creke; from 14 to 16 Edward I [1286-1288], under that of John son and heir of the said Bartholomew; from 17 Edward I , to 1 Edward II [1307-08], under the names of Roger son of Peter and Sarra his wife; from 2 to 14 Edward II [1308-1320], one moiety of the said sums is required from John de Thorpe (11820448), kinsman and heir of Margaret (94563585), one of the paternal aunts and heirs of the said Sarra, and the other moiety from Edmund de Pagenham and Rose his wife, one of the kinswomen and heirs of Isabel (19989545), another of the paternal aunts and heirs of the said Sarra; from 15 Edward II, to the present time, one moiety of the said sums is exacted from the said John de Thorpe (s/o Robert (5910224)], kinsman and heir of the said Margaret, one of the heirs of the said Sarra, who is heir of John de Creke and late the wife of the said Roger son of Peter, and from the heirs of the said John, and the other moiety from Robert de Ufforde and Cicely (2498693, ggd/o Isabel) his wife, and from the heirs of the said Cicely, as is contained in the yearly rolls. (S) CIsPM.
Children of Robert and Agnes:
i. Isabel de Creke (19989545), born ~1187 in England.
ii. Bartholomew de Creke, born by 1190 in England.
Bartholomew married Margaret, d/o Geoffrey de Haynes & Sarra ?. (S) Catalogue of the Stowe Manuscripts, 1895, P752.
By 1219, Bartholomew de Creke gave land to St. Osyth’s, Essex, for the soul of his mother’s grandfather, Hervey de Glanville.
1221+, Camb’. Bartholomew de Crek renders account of £22 half a mark, and 30s. yearly scutage.
5/26/1224, De protectione. … Robertus Marmiun, Bartholomeus de Crek, Galfridus Martel, … (S) CPRs.
9/2/1232, Amercements taken in Norfolk. From Bartholomew de Crek, for disseisin, 40s. (S) FRsHIII.
1236, Norfolk. Robert de Crek’ [unknown relation] gives the king half a mark for having a writ of warranty of charter before the justices of the Bench against Bartholomew de Crek. (S) FRsHIII.
Children: sons Robert, Geoffrey, John, and daughter Sarra. Sons died without heirs, Sarra died – her heirs the descendents of her aunts Margaret and Isabel.
ii. Margaret de Creke (94563585), born ~1197 in England.
Child of Robert and ?:
i. Peter de Creke, born aft. 1206 in England.
1233, Peter claimed that land given to his brother Bartholomew, that had been seized by Earl Roger Bigod, had been given to him by their father when Peter was only 8 years old. [The jury found for Peter.] (S) Jury, State, and Society in Medieval England, Masschaele, 2008, P63.
12/13/1241, Robert Tholi gives half a mark for having a precipe against Peter, son of Robert de Crek’, [to remove a plea] from the county court of Norfolk to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. (S) FRsHIII.
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