Nigel d’Oyly Constable of Oxford
(1040-Abt 1115)
Robert d’Oyly Constable of Oxford
(Abt 1070-1157)


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Edith de Greystoke

Robert d’Oyly Constable of Oxford

  • Born: Abt 1070, Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, England
  • Marriage: Edith de Greystoke 865
  • Died: 1157, Bicester, Oxfordshire, England about age 87 854
  • Buried: Eynsham, Oxfordshire, England 865

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• Background Information. 535
Robert d'Oily, succeeded his father, Nigel, as the king's constable and in the barony of Hocknorton. he married Editha, daughter of Forn, Lord of Greystock and had two sons and a daughter. Henry was his successor; Gilbert, who became the ancestor of the d'Oilys of Chiselhampton; and Editha, who married Gilbert Basset of Bicester in Oxfordshire.

~A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies . . ., p. 165

• Background Information. 854
Robert d'Oyley, founder of Oseny Abbey, died Jun 1157. He lerft Henry, his son and heir, who was sheriff of the counties of Oxford and Berks.

~The History of Wallingford, p. 280

• Background Information. 865
Robert d'Oyly, 3rd Baron of Hooknorton, succeed, 1112, founded Oseney abbey, co. Oxon, 1129. Robert d'Oyly died circa 1150 and was buried Eynsham, co. Oxon. He married Editha, daughter of Fornus de Greystock, Lord of Greystock, Cumberland.

~ Topographer and Genealogist, Vol. I, d'Oyly Pedigree, p. 368

Robert married Edith de Greystoke, daughter of Forne Greystoke Lord of Greystoke and Unknown.865 (Edith de Greystoke was born about 1074 in Greystoke, Cumberland, England and died in 1152.)

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