George Redgrave

(before April 1855 - )
     George Redgrave was born before April 1855 in Highgate, London. He was the son of Elijah Redgrave and Caroline Wafford. Caroline, Elijah, George, Rebecca and Angelina were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1861 census in 15? York Street?, St Pancras, London. Catherine, Maria, George, Rebecca, Angelina, Ezra, William and Ernest were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1871 census in 15? York Place, St Pancras, London.

George E Redgrave

(circa 1853 - )
     George E Redgrave was born circa 1853 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. He was the son of Elisha Redgrave and Mary Williams. Alfred, George, Agnes, Arthur and Ann were listed as the children of Elisha Redgrave in the 1861 census in 26 Exeter Row, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Alfred, George, Agnes, Arthur, Ann, Fanny, Florence, Frederick and Mary were listed as the children of Elisha Redgrave in the 1871 census in Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Gertrude Redgrave

(September 1871 - )
     Gertrude Redgrave's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1871 in Birmingham, Kings Norton RD, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of Elisha Redgrave and Mary Williams. Agnes, Ann, Fanny, Florence, Frederick, Gertrude and Alfred were listed as the children of Elisha Redgrave in the 1881 census in 100 Balsall Heath Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Agnes, Gertrude and Arthur were listed as the children of Elisha Redgrave in the 1891 census in 10 Hales St, Coventry, Warwickshire.

Maria Redgrave

(before April 1853 - )
     Maria Redgrave married John Stanbridge. Maria Redgrave was born before April 1853 in Highgate, London. She was the daughter of Elijah Redgrave and Caroline Wafford. Catherine, Maria, George, Rebecca, Angelina, Ezra, William and Ernest were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1871 census in 15? York Place, St Pancras, London. Maria, Rebecca, William, Ernest, Angelina and Arthur were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1881 census in 15 High St, St Pancras, London. Maria Redgrave and John Stanbridge were listed in the 1891 census with Elijah Redgrave and Emma Thornton in 33 Grovedale Rd, Islington, Middlesex.

Mary A Redgrave

(circa 1868 - )
     Mary A Redgrave was born circa 1868 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of Elisha Redgrave and Mary Williams. Alfred, George, Agnes, Arthur, Ann, Fanny, Florence, Frederick and Mary were listed as the children of Elisha Redgrave in the 1871 census in Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Rebecca Redgrave

(before April 1857 - )
     Rebecca Redgrave was born before April 1857 in Highgate, London. She was the daughter of Elijah Redgrave and Caroline Wafford. Caroline, Elijah, George, Rebecca and Angelina were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1861 census in 15? York Street?, St Pancras, London. Catherine, Maria, George, Rebecca, Angelina, Ezra, William and Ernest were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1871 census in 15? York Place, St Pancras, London. Maria, Rebecca, William, Ernest, Angelina and Arthur were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1881 census in 15 High St, St Pancras, London.

Thomas Redgrave

(1790 - )
     Thomas Redgrave was born in 1790 in Crick, Northamptonshire. See http://www.redgrave.net/index.phpfor more on this family.
Thomas Redgrave married Mary Whitnell in 1809.
     Thomas Redgrave was recorded on the 1841 census in Lambeth, Surrey. Thomas Redgrave, 30, bootmaker, Mary Ann, 35,/ Thos Redgrave 45, Mary 45, Elijah 14, Elisha 12, Stephen 10, Emily 8, none born in the county.

Children of Thomas Redgrave and Mary Whitnell

William Redgrave

(before April 1862 - )
     William Redgrave was born before April 1862 in Highgate, London. He was the son of Elijah Redgrave and Caroline Wafford. Catherine, Maria, George, Rebecca, Angelina, Ezra, William and Ernest were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1871 census in 15? York Place, St Pancras, London. Maria, Rebecca, William, Ernest, Angelina and Arthur were listed as the children of Elijah Redgrave in the 1881 census in 15 High St, St Pancras, London.

Alfred Redgrove

     The marriage of Alfred Redgrove and Evelyn Henrietta Sheridan, daughter of William Henry Sheridan and Henrietta Adelaide Galton, was registered in West Ham RD, Essex, in the March 1918 quarter.

Edward Redman

(circa 1454 - 1510)
     Edward Redman was born circa 1454. He was the son of Richard Redman.
Edward Redman married Elizabeth Huddleston (Leghe). She was a widow.
     Edward died in 1510 in England. He was the sheriff of Cumberland.See https://thehistorydatabase.blog/author/thehistorydatabase/page/2/ for his burial effigy & notes.

Child of Edward Redman

Children of Edward Redman and Elizabeth Huddleston (Leghe)

Eliza Jane Redman

(circa 1859 - )
     Eliza Jane Redman was born circa 1859.
Eliza Jane Redman married John Joseph Evans, son of John Evans and Sarah Baker, on 19 April 1891 in St Thomas, Birmingham, Warwickshire.
     Eliza Jane Redman and John Joseph Evans were recorded on the 1901 census in 52 Hope St, Birmingham, Warwickshire. John J Evans, head, 49, harness stitcher; Eliza J Evans, wife, 43, shop keeper, Lily J Evans, Daughter, 8; Rose F Evans 5; Ernest J     Evans, son, 2; all born Birmingham, Warwickshire. Eliza Jane Redman was an executor of John Joseph Evans's estate on 13 September 1905.

Ellen Redman

     Ellen Redman was the daughter of Edward Redman and Elizabeth Huddleston (Leghe).

Henry Redman

     Henry Redman was the son of Edward Redman and Elizabeth Huddleston (Leghe).
Henry Redman married Alice Pilkington.

Child of Henry Redman and Alice Pilkington

Jane Redman

(circa 1416 - )
     Jane Redman was also known as Joan in records. She was born circa 1416. She was the daughter of Richard Redman and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh.
Jane Redman married Thomas Wentworth, son of William Wentworth. She was the daughter of Sir Richard Redman of Harwood, Kt.

Child of Jane Redman and Thomas Wentworth

Johanna Redman

(before 1515 - )
      William Gascoyn, knight, guardian of Johan Redmayne, daughter and heir of Henry, and cousin and heir of Edward Redmayn, esquire. v. Richard Redmayn, John Thwaytes, clerk, Henry Dykes, Henry Kyrssha (Creshawe), clerk, and Dame Elizabeth Lee, widow.: Detention of deeds relating to the said Johan's manor of Harewood .... Johanna Redman was born before 1515. She was the daughter of Henry Redman and Alice Pilkington.
Johanna Redman married Marmaduke Gascoigne, son of Sir William Gascoigne and Alice Frognall.

Matthew Redman

(say 1400 - 20 September 1419)
      His descendants shared Harewood Castle with the Rythers.
     Monastic chancery proceedings Yorkshire (Y.A.S. Record series v.88) mention [1518-1529] a Richard Redmayne Esq being patron of a chantry of 6 priests in the parish church of Harwood; 1529-1532 Richard Redmayne Esq. is now possessed and seised of and in the Castle of Harewood ... [E.C.P. 483 1 & 670 41 Bolton Priory]. Matthew Redman was born say 1400. He was the son of Richard Redman and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh.
Matthew Redman married Joanna Tunstall.
     Matthew died on 20 September 1419.
     Matthew Redman was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Yorkshire in November 1437 RICHARD REDMAN, Knight. 123 Writ melius inquirendo. ‡ 3 November 1437. [Wymbyssh].
Regarding CIPM XXII, no. 736, an inquisition taken in 1426. It was found that Richard Redman, knight, died seised of 1/2 manor of Harewood by grant of John Ingelby and William Asthorp to Richard and Elizabeth his wife for their lives, with remainder to Matthew son of Richard and Elizabeth, and the heirs male of his body. Richard Redman son of Matthew Redman, knight , was kin and next heir of Richard Redman, knight , as son of Matthew son of Richard Redman, knight . Inquire as to whether and which Matthew died and the identity and age of his next heir.
YORKSHIRE. Inquisition [indented]. Sherburn in Elmet . 11 November 1437. [Thwaytes].
Jurors: William Otour ; John Scargill ; John Burton ; Richard ?S...y...ur [hole in ms: 2 letters missing initially, then one]; John Esthorp ; John Barne ; Richard Elesson ; Henry Barlay ; Robert Dryffeld ; Thomas Freman ; Thomas Acastre ; and John Flemyng .
Matthew Redman, knight , died on 20 September 1419. Richard Redman is his son and next heir, and was aged 21 years on 18 October last.
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Children of Matthew Redman

Matthew Redman

(circa 1528 - before 1585)
     Matthew Redman was born circa 1528 in England. He was the son of Richard Redman and Dorothy Layton. Matthew Redman was the heir of Richard Redman at the Inquisition Post Mortem held in Appleby, Westmorland, on 14 August 1545 Inquisition taken at Appleby, Co. Westmoreland, the 14 Augt., 36 Hen. VIII. (1545), p.m., Richard Redmayn—Jurors say that said Richard was seized of the Manor of Lewyns in said Co., and of 40 messuages, 1,000 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 300 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood, 40s. rent, 50 acres of moor, 80 acres of moss or turf, 40 acres of furze in Lewyns (Levens), Malynball, Hyndcastle, Brythwaith, Synderbarow, Brygster, ffostwayts, Lesgyll, Selside, and Kirliby-in-Kendal, and by indenture between him and Richard Layton, clerk, deceased, concerning a marriage between said Richard and Dorothy, daur. of Wm. Layton, Esqr., granted the aforesaid Manor and premises to said Richard Layton, John Tunstall, chaplain, and another to the use of aforesaid Dorothy. And Sir Richard Redmayn was also seized of 6 messuages, 100 acres of land, etc., in Lupton and Hutton Ruff, and granted the same to Richard Fletcher and others to certain uses specified. Richard Redmayn, of Harwood, grants to Sir Anthony Brown the wardship and marriage of his son, Matthew ; and being seized of a capital messuage and lands, etc., in Hutton Ruff, granted the same to Richard Layton and others, to the use of Francis Redmayne, Cuthbert Redmayne and Richard Redmayne for terms of their lives. And Matthew Redmayne is son and heir of said Richard, and 17 years old at his father's death. (File 137, No. 3.)
Innquisition taken at Snayth, Co. York, 14 Aug., 36 Hen. VIII., p.m.—Richard Redman, who died seized of a moiety of the Castle and Manor of Harwood and advowsons of the churches, chantries, etc., belonging to the said castle. .
Matthew Redman married Bridget Gascoigne, daughter of William Gascoigne and Margaret Fitzwilliam.
     Matthew died before 1585.

Matthew Redman

     Matthew Redman married Lucy Unknown.

Child of Matthew Redman and Lucy Unknown

nine siblings Redman

     Nine siblings Redman was the son of Richard Redman and Dorothy Layton.

Richard Redman

(before 1360 - 22 May 1426)
     Richard Redman bore arms: Gules, three cushions, pendant at the corners, ermine, buttoned and tasselled, or. He was born before 1360 in Levens, Westmorland. He was second son and heir of Sir Matthew Redman of Levens, Westmorland and his wife Lucy. He was the son of Matthew Redman and Lucy Unknown.
He probably served on campaign in France and Spain in the 1370s and 1380s. His connections with the Earl of Oxford, who was convicted of high treason by the Merciless parliament of 1388, did him no lasting harm, and he became a fixture of the northern administration for over thirty years, including six terms as Sheriff of Cumberland. Master of the Horse to Richard II, with whom he travelled to Ireland during the 1390s, he rallied to the Lancastrians after 1399, and remained loyal to Henry IV throughout the early rebellions
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Elizabeth de Aldeburgh married secondly Richard Redman say 1394 in Yorkshire. She was Aged 28 & more in 1392, widow of Sir Bryan Stapleton who was son & heir of Sir Brian Stapleton of Carlton Yks but d v p. She married secondly between 7 Sep 1393 and 16 July 1399 Sir Richard Redman of Levens, Westmorland. Her heir was her grandson Brian Stapleton. Her second husband's heir was Richard Redman, his grandson.
     Around 1397, Richard's second marriage to the widowed Elizabeth, daughter and eventual co-heiress of William, 1st Lord Aldburgh, brought the Redmans a share of large estates around the manor of Harewood, and after disinheriting Elizabeth's son, Sir Brian Stapleton, Richard's family shared Harewood with the other co-heirs the Rythers, for many years. Matthew, Richard's only son from his first marriage, died young and childless, while his elder son by Elizabeth, another Matthew, also predeceased his father, leaving a son Richard (b.1416).      
Richard Redman was the Member of Parliament. He sat for Yorkshire in five parliaments (1406-21), and Speaker in the short Northampton parliament of 1415, conducted during Henry V's absence by the Duke of Bedford., Redman's overlord at Levens/ Speaker of the House of Commons.
Richard Redman married secondly Elizabeth Gascoigne say 1420. Richard Redman was buried circa 22 May 1426 in Church of the Black Friars, York, Yorkshire. There is a magnificent tomb chest for him and his wife in Harewood Church. It is illustated with comments at: https://thehistorydatabase.blog/author/thehistorydatabase/page/2/.
     Richard died on 22 May 1426 in Harewood. His heir was his grandson Richard Redman.

Children of Richard Redman and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh

Richard Redman

(say 1400 - 1544)
      Some sources state that he married Ann, the sister of Isabel/Elizabeth Gascoigne the wife of William Ryther. Richard Redman was born say 1400. He was the son of Richard Redman and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh.
     Richard died in 1544.

Richard Redman

( - before August 1545)
     Richard Redman was born. He was heir to his brother. He was the son of Edward Redman and Elizabeth Huddleston (Leghe).
     Richard Redman was named in the 1539 muster roll for Harewood. Harwood Castell, the household of Richard Redman, Esquyer and the workfolkes: 8 archers, abill persons, horsed and harnessed: 7 Billmen, abill persons, parcel harnessed. These at all tymez shalbe redy to the KIng's service, orsed and harnessed at Mr Redman cost.
Richard Redman married secondly Dorothy Layton. She was his second wife. He had 5 sons and 4 daughters probably all by Dorothy. His first wife was Elizabeth daughter of William Gascoigne.
     Richard died before August 1545.
     Richard Redman was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Appleby, Westmorland, on 14 August 1545 Inquisition taken at Appleby, Co. Westmoreland, the 14 Augt., 36 Hen. VIII. (1545), p.m., Richard Redmayn—Jurors say that said Richard was seized of the Manor of Lewyns in said Co., and of 40 messuages, 1,000 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 300 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood, 40s. rent, 50 acres of moor, 80 acres of moss or turf, 40 acres of furze in Lewyns (Levens), Malynball, Hyndcastle, Brythwaith, Synderbarow, Brygster, ffostwayts, Lesgyll, Selside, and Kirliby-in-Kendal, and by indenture between him and Richard Layton, clerk, deceased, concerning a marriage between said Richard and Dorothy, daur. of Wm. Layton, Esqr., granted the aforesaid Manor and premises to said Richard Layton, John Tunstall, chaplain, and another to the use of aforesaid Dorothy. And Sir Richard Redmayn was also seized of 6 messuages, 100 acres of land, etc., in Lupton and Hutton Ruff, and granted the same to Richard Fletcher and others to certain uses specified. Richard Redmayn, of Harwood, grants to Sir Anthony Brown the wardship and marriage of his son, Matthew ; and being seized of a capital messuage and lands, etc., in Hutton Ruff, granted the same to Richard Layton and others, to the use of Francis Redmayne, Cuthbert Redmayne and Richard Redmayne for terms of their lives. And Matthew Redmayne is son and heir of said Richard, and 17 years old at his father's death. (File 137, No. 3.)
Innquisition taken at Snayth, Co. York, 14 Aug., 36 Hen. VIII., p.m.—Richard Redman, who died seized of a moiety of the Castle and Manor of Harwood and advowsons of the churches, chantries, etc., belonging to the said castle. .

Children of Richard Redman and Dorothy Layton

Richard Redman

(18 October 1416 - 1476/77)
     Richard Redman was born on 18 October 1416 in Harewood, Yorkshire. He was the son of Matthew Redman.
Richard Redman married Margaret Middleton. She was the daughter of Thomas Middleton, Esq., a descendant of the Lords Berkeley, De Ferrers, &c..
     Richard died in 1476/77.

Child of Richard Redman

Robert Redman

( - 1545)
     Robert Redman was the son of Edward Redman.
Elizabeth Gascoigne married secondly Robert Redman circa 1510.
     Robert died in 1545.

Wlliam Redman

(before 1419 - )
     Wlliam Redman was born before 1419. He was the son of Matthew Redman.

Eliza Redmile

(circa 1811 - 12 April 1884)
     Eliza Redmile was born circa 1811 in Ryhall, Rutland.
Eliza Redmile married George Robinson Bowker, son of George Robinson Bowker and Joanna Aveling, on 5 February 1839 in the Independent church, Stamford, Lincolnshire. The Lincolnshire chronicle on 8 Feb 1839 reported: On Tuesday last, at teh Independent Chapel, Star-lnae, Stamford, Mr. Geo. Robinson Bowker, second son of Mr. Bowker, farmer and grazier, of Water Newton, to Eliza eldest daughter of Mr. Redmile, maltster, etc., f Ryhalll. After the ceremony, which was novel andinteresting, the happy couple started fro Kedttering, where they intend spending their honeymoon.
     Eliza Redmile and George Robinson Bowker were recorded on the 1841 census in Geddington, Northamptonshire. G R Bowker, 35, grocer, Eliza 30, George 1, none born in the county. They shared a building with the Freeman family.
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     Eliza died on 12 April 1884 in Laura, South Australia. On the 12th April, at her son's residence, Laura, of senile decay, Eliza, relict of the late George Robinson Bowker, formerly of Water
Newton Lodge, Huntingdonshire, England, in her 74th year.

Children of Eliza Redmile and George Robinson Bowker

Baldwin de Redvers

(circa 1216 - circa 1245)
     Baldwin de Redvers was born circa 1216 in England. He succeeded his grandfather who died September 1216. He was the son of Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight and Margery or Margaret FitzGerald.
Baldwin de Redvers married Amicia de Clare circa 1225.
     Baldwin died circa 1245.

Children of Baldwin de Redvers and Amicia de Clare

Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon

(1 January 1236 - before January 1263)
     Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon was also known as de Lisle in records. He was born on 1 January 1236. He was the son of Baldwin de Redvers and Amicia de Clare.
     Baldwin died before January 1263.
     Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in January 1263. Baldwin de Insula Earl of Devon: writs 13 Jan & 13 July 47 Hen III [1263]. Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle (Alba Marla, Albemaria, Aubemarle, Aubemara), late the wife of the Earl of Albemarle, his sister, age variously stated as 24 and more and 25, is his heir through the death of his son. He held lands in Parva Fakenham, Suffolk, Freshwater manor, etc. in the Isle of Wight, Yorks - Harwode manor (full extent given with names of tenants in orig), including lands etc in the fields of Wetecrofth, Rugemund, Pulehale and Fites (?) services from the township of Lofthus, lands in Neuhale, and pannage, windfalls, etc. in the wood of Swindene; Plimpton castle, etc. Devon inc. lands held by Countess Amice, mother of the late earl Baldwin & Worthbrough, Stratton manor, etc. in Wilts.

Child of Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon

Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight

(circa 1200 - 1 September 1216)
     Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight was born circa 1200 in Vernon, England. He was the son of William de Redvers (Earl of Devon & Albemarle?).
Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight married Margery or Margaret FitzGerald, daughter of Warin FitzGerald and Alice de Curci, circa 1215.
     Baldwin died on 1 September 1216. He predeceased his father, and was the only son. His estates went with his widow to Fulk de Breant. At the inquisition into the death of his grandaughter Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Albemarle, Cal Inq p.m. 13 Mar & 8 April 5 Edw II, he was described as Baldwin de Vernoun and his lands were to be inherited by Hugh de Curtnay & his wife Margery's by Robert de Insula.

Child of Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight and Margery or Margaret FitzGerald

Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale

(circa July 1237 - 10 November 1293)
     Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale was born circa July 1237. Isabella de Fortibus as she is usually called, was daughter of Baldwin de Redvers, Earl of Devon and lord of the Isle of Wight. She was the daughter of Baldwin de Redvers and Amicia de Clare.
Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale married William de Fortibus Count of Aumale, son of William de Fortibus and Aveline de Montfitchet, circa 1241. He married three times. First Devorgilla daughter of ... who died without issue; secondly Constance or Christiana, daughter of Alan, Lord of Gallaway (who died 1234) died without issue, thirdly Isabel, daughter of Baldwin Rivers, Earl of Devonshire.
Isabel married William de Fors or de Fortibus, Earl of Albemarle. The correct modern spelling of this name is Aumale, a place situated on the river Brele in Normandy. The Latin form is Alba Marla or Aumalcum. In the 13th century it was called in France Aubemarle or Albemalle. [Oxf Rec Soc V XIV intro].
Isabel de Fortibus... presents to Harewood church Jan 1241, Jan 1291, also to Thorpe Sep ...., 1275, 80 patron of church, 1281 Com Alb 1291 Eundam 1299, 1309 Rex 1310 Rob de Insula. Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale was the heir of Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon at the Inquisition Post Mortem held in January 1263. Baldwin de Insula Earl of Devon: writs 13 Jan & 13 July 47 Hen III [1263]. Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle (Alba Marla, Albemaria, Aubemarle, Aubemara), late the wife of the Earl of Albemarle, his sister, age variously stated as 24 and more and 25, is his heir through the death of his son. He held lands in Parva Fakenham, Suffolk, Freshwater manor, etc. in the Isle of Wight, Yorks - Harwode manor (full extent given with names of tenants in orig), including lands etc in the fields of Wetecrofth, Rugemund, Pulehale and Fites (?) services from the township of Lofthus, lands in Neuhale, and pannage, windfalls, etc. in the wood of Swindene; Plimpton castle, etc. Devon inc. lands held by Countess Amice, mother of the late earl Baldwin & Worthbrough, Stratton manor, etc. in Wilts.
Kenneth C Rogers (1979). Lacock Abbey Charters. Devizes, Wiltshire.
Notification that, whereas there has arisen a difference about certain liberties in the Isle of Wight between Isabel de Forz countess of Aumale and Devon and the abbess of Lacok, at length, Isobel for her soul and that of her mother Amice, formerly countess of Devon, and her sister Margery, formerly a nun of Lacok, has granted to the abbess that she may have in future all the amercements of her men of her manor of Schorewell, which she had by gift of Amice, as often as they shall happen to be amerced in her (ie Isabel's) court of Neuport, and the abess shall levy the amercements by estreats which she shall receive in the court from Isabel's bailiffs, saving however, amercements arising in any way from trespasses done to her, her bailiffs and ministers by the abbess or her men. All the abbess's men of her manor of Schorewell shall come to the view of frankpledge or law-day (Lagheday) or hundred of Westmedine at Caresbrok twice a year before Isabel's bailiffs as touching the king's peace, and shall there make presentments and answers as others of the hundred do concerning all the articles which belong to the view of frankpledge according to the customs used in those parts. And if any of the men and tenants of the abbess ought to be punished for breaking the assize of bread and ale or for any other crime for which they merit judgment by the bailiffs and the consideration of the court, let judgment be carried out on them according to the law and custom of the realm. The abbess grants that if in future any writing should be found in her hands by which her tenants ought to be quit of or accustomed to leave Isabel's hundred which is called law-day (Lagheday) or view of frankpledge, or by which the abbess could hold a view of frankpledge for her men and tenants, then that writing shall be held for nothing as far as it concerns the matter of view of frankpledge, because by this writing the abbess has remised and quitclaimed her right or claim to hold it to Isabel for ever. Witnesses: Sir John of the Isle, Sir Jordan de Kynggeston, Sir Richard de Affeton, Sir Robert de Glamorgan, Sir William de Estur knights: Otes de Cumpton, Geoffrey del Idle, William de la Clive, William de Goddeshull


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In 1279 the Countess of Aumarl was free tenant of Goring, Oxfordshire.
     Isabel died on 10 November 1293. Harewood was escheated to the Crown on her death. She died without living issue and was succeeded in part by her cousin Warin's son, Robert.
Isabel's heir was her kinsman Robert de L'Isle, Lord of Rougemont. An entry in the Originalia Roll for 1309 states that Robert de L'Isle - then long since dead - held the manor of Harewood of the King's father (i.e. Edward I) in chief, and that it was in the King's hand by reason of the minority of the heir. The difficulty that arose, owing to the claim of Hugh de Courtenay to the Redvers estates, gave the Crown the pretext for seizing them until Hugh came of age. Meanwhile, Warin le L'Isle, son of Robert, also died leaving his son Robert a minor. Eventually the estates were partitioned between the claimants and Harewood was among the manors allotted to Robert, son of Warin De L'Isle, as heir of the FitzGerald blood.
In 1301, Hugh de Curteney, son and heir of Hugh de Curteney petitioned the King stating that while he was underage and in the King's wardship after his father's death, Isabel de Forz, Countess of Aumale and of Devon, whose heir he is, died. And the King gave him the lands that were his father's and some of the Countess' lands, but some of the Countess' lands he withheld and still withholds, namely the Isle of Wight and Christchurch in Hampshire, Vauxhall in Surrey and the honour of Walbrook in London, of which the King falsely claims to have been enfeoffed by the Countess. Hugh will suffer this at present, and asks the King to be advised and to do justice to him on another occasion when he understands better. But as for the manors of Breamore and Lymington in Hampshire, and Honiton in Devon, of which the Countess died seised in her demesne as in fee, have nothing to do with these other lands, Hugh asks that as he is of age and has done homage to the King, and as the King has no title to them, the King might give them to him as the Countess' next heir. He also asks that, as the Countess' next heir, he might have the manors of Upper Heyford and Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, Pishiobury and Sawbridgeworth in Essex, Harewood and Kirkby Overblow in Yorkshire, and the advowson of the church of Brigham in Cumberland, as the King has seized these lands only because of his minority. And he will be prepared to answer to all those who wish to claim right in them.
Isabel de Fortibus, Countess of Albemarle & Devon, Lady de L'isle confirmed to the monks of Bolton 2 curacates of land in Weeton & Halthwaite, a gift confirmed by Edward II in 1307. Ditto, confirmed by Edw III (1327-77). She was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held on 13 March 1312. Isabel de Fortibus, sometime Countess of Albemarle. Writ to the escheator. Whereas before the justices of oyer and terminer it was agreed that, of the lands etc. that were of the said Isabel, the manor of Hayford Warin, co. Oxford, excepting 2 1/2 virgates land, and the manors of Passebury, co. Hertford, and Harwode & Kirkeby, co. York, excepting a messuage and 1 carucate land in Lofthous in Harewode, ought to descend to Robert de Insula, as her next heir of the inheritance of Margery, the wife of Baldwin de Vernoun, her grandmother; and that the manor of Newenham, co. Oxford, 2 1/2 virgates land in Hayford Warin, and a messuage and 1 carucate land in Lofthous, ought to descend to Hugh de Curtenay, as her next heir of the inheritance of the said Baldwin her grandfather; he is to enquire whether the advowson fo the church of Briggeham, co. Cumberland, which was of the said Isabel, pertains to the said Hugh or to the said Robert, 13 March, 5 Edw II.
Cumberland. Inq. Saturday 8 April, 5 Edw II.
Brigham. The advowson of the church is not of the inheritance of the said Baldwin nor of that of the said Margery, but one Thomas de Hothwayt who married Joan daughter of one of the heirs of John de Brigham, sometime lord of the manor and advowson of Brigha, and who, after the said Joan's death, held a moiety of the same by the courtesy of England, by fine levied before the justices of King Henry III, quitclaimed the said advowson to the said countess and heirs for ever; by reason whereof she was seised of the advowson at alternate turns, and Hugh de Curtenay who is her nearest kinsman on the side of her said grandfather, and not Robert de Insula, is her next heir of this advowson , because she thus acquired it, and by reason of the dignity of male blood
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Children of Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale and William de Fortibus Count of Aumale