Thomas de Camville Lord of Arrow
- Born: Arrow, Alcester, Warwickshire, England
- Marriage: Agnes
- Died: 1235
Noted events in his life were:
• From Gen-Medieval Archives: Camville.
From: "Ivor West" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: de CAMVILLE
Date: Sun, 4 Jun 2000 16:31:54 +0100
DNB has Thomas, d.1235, as third son of William de Camville, brother of Gerard, and Albreda, daughter of Geoffrey de Marmion. He held Westerham in Kent, Senefield and Fobbing in Essex. His widow was Agnes and his son was Robert who married a daughter of Hamo de Crevequer.
[source: Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. 08, Stephen, L. (ed.), et al., (Name: Macmillan and Co.; Location: N.Y. & London; Date: 1886;), pp. 404-05.]
• Background Information. 1025,1496
William de Camvile, 16 H. III = Albreda fil. et her. Galfredi Marmion, 4 H. III
Will'mus de Camvile D'ns de Sekendon Galfrid's Camvile de Clifton
=Isend ux. eius. et Arow in Com' Warw.
Thomas Camvile de Sekendon 6 E. I Will'mus Camville
Galfredus Camvile 16 E. I Galfredus Camvile
The Visation of the County of Leicester in the year 1619, Vol. II, p.23 shows only one generation of Thomas between William & Iseuda and Gerard de Camville, brother of Amicia de Camivlle. In A History of the County of Warwick Vol. IV: Hemlingford Hundred, pp. 198-200, Thomas, father of Gerard is called the Grandson of the younger William de Camville, son of William de Camville and Aubreye Marmion, which would call for another generation of Thomas de Camville besides the one given in The Visitation.
Thomas married Agnes.