~1240, Roger born in England, heir & s/o §§William de St. Mauro.
1269, Roger de St. Maur, lord of Undy.
1270, Roger de Seymour, knight, summond to Chepstow for service on a jury. (S) An Historical Tour in Monmouthshire, V1, Coxe, 1801, P32.
11/16/1272, Edward I ascended to the throne while on crusade.
1280, Roger de Seymour, William de Gamage and their tenants in Woundy are answerable im pleas of the Crown in the court of Caerleon. (S) Notes on Penhow Castle, Morgan, 1867, P27.
3/28/1285, Commission … to deliver the gaol of Oxford of Roger de Sancto Mauro of Hanneye, who was put in exigent after the least eyre in the county of Berks for the death of Robert Lullay, and has since surrendered. (S) CPRs.
Roger, Lord of the manor of Woundy; his seal circumscribed with “Sigill. Rogeri de Seimor.”
Bef. 1300, Roger de Sancto Mauro died.
(S) Peerage of England, Collins, 1812, P145.
· ~1240, Gilbert Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, assisted William of St. Maur in order to wrest Woundy out of the hands of the Welsh.
Children of Roger and ?:
i. Roger Seymour (30420992), born ~1270 in England.