Robert de Thwenge
(Bef 1130-After 1130)
Robert de Thwenge
(Bef 1164-Cir 1190)


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Emma de Lund

Robert de Thwenge

  • Born: Bef 1164, Thwing, East Riding of Yorkshire, England 770
  • Marriage: Emma de Lund 141
  • Died: Cir 1190, Yorkshire, England

bullet  General Notes:

~Visitation of Yorkshire, p. 371, held a half a kingt's fee in Thwing in 1164, gave the Church of St. Thomas in Legsby to the Gibertian priory of Sixhills, Lincolnshire, married to Emma. 770

~Fenwick Allied Ancestry, p. 157, Pedigree 131, Sir Robert de Thweng, Kinght, Lord of Kilton-Castle in Cleveland, father of Marmaduke. [Bank's Extinct Peerage, vol. I, p. 426] 726

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 141
Robert de Thweng was styled, Robert Fitz Robert, and held a kinight's fee of the old feoffment of William de Percy in 1166. As Robert, son of Robert, with the assent of Emma, his wife, he gave the vill of Legsby, Lincolnshire, to Sixhills priory, and also, as Robert, son of Roberd de Tegneg, the church of the vill. Robert married Emma, who can be identified as one of the three sisters and coheirs of Duncan Darel, of Lund, E.R. York.
Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, (Thweng), Vol. XIIA, p. 735

Robert married Emma de Lund.141

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