Sir Bartholomew de Creke Knight
- Born: North Creake, Docking, Norfolk, England
- Marriage: Alicia de Cokefeld 1313,1314
- Died: Cir 1232, Norfolk, England
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 996
Robert de Creke married the daughter and heiress of William, and granddaughter of Hervey de Glanville. Robert de Creke was the son and heir of Sir Bartholomew de Creke, Lord of North Creak, Norfolk, by whom Agnes de Glanville had a son, Bartholomew de Creek, who during the reign of Henry III, gave land to the Monastery of St. Osyth's, in Essex, for the soul of Hervey de Glanville, his mother's grandfather.
~Records of the Ango-Norman House of Glanville from A.D. 1050 to 1880, pp. 56-57
• Background Information. 1315
The town (North Creak) takes its name from its site, on a small river or creak, and it is probable that Turston abovementioned was ancestor of the family of the de Crekes, who were lords of this town, and took their name from it; 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. of Roger Bigot, father of Hugh Bigot Earl of Norfolk.
~An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk, Vol. VII, p. 66
Bartholomew married Alicia de Cokefeld, daughter of Robert de Cokefeld and Unknown 1313.,1314 (Alicia de Cokefeld was born in Cokefeld Mannor, Suffolk, England.)