Sir Henry Arderne Knight
- Born: Abt 1125, Radbourn, Warwickshire, Englad
- Marriage: Olivia
- Died: After 1166
Another name for Henry was Sir Henry de Arden Knight.
~The Visitation of the County of Warwick in the Year 1619, p. 177, Sir Henricus de Arden dedit terras prioratus de Kenelworth cius charta mentio fit Oliuć uxois suć Herberti filić eorun, et in alia Charta consensu d'cć Oliuć et Gulielmi filij eoru' dedit Felicić sorori terras de Bachinton. Ob. quas d'ca sua soror dedit ei Anulum aureu cuius rei testes est Hugo frater eius. He was Lord of Ratley & Rodburne in Warwickshire. 1385
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 1025
The manor of Packington was held in the time of Edward the Confessor by Alward as 4 hides, and in 1086 by Turchil of Warwick, who let it to his brother Godmund. [V.C.H. Warw. i, 318] Either Turchil or his son Siward granted it to Geoffrey de Clinton, who gave it to the Priory of Kenilworth. [Dugd. 988 quoting Reg. de Kenilworth, 9] This grant was confirmed by Hugh and Henry de Arden, sons of Siward, and by King Stephen, under whom it was assessed at half a knight's fee. [Ibid. quoting Reg. de Kenilworth, 145, 29, 30. Cf. Dugdale, Mon. Angl. vi, 221, 224]
~A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 4, pp. 180-184
• Background Information. 1026
Turchil's grandson, Henry de Arden, is said to have granted Baginton, which Roger de Wirenhale held of him and of his father Siward, to his sister Felice to hold by the yearly render of a hawk. The manor returned to Henry and was given by him in marriage with his sister Lettice to Geoffrey Savage. [Dugd. 228, citing deeds in the possession of Arden of Parkhall.]
A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 6, pp. 22-26
Henry married Olivia.