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Patrick de Cadurcis

  • Born: Abt 1052, Sourches-en-Maine
  • Marriage: Maud de Hesdin 278,368
  • Died: After 1133 and before 1155, Sourches-en-Maine

bullet   Other names for Patrick were Patrick de Chaorces and Patrick de Chaworth of Kempsford, Gloucestershire, England.

bullet  General Notes:

~Boyer's Medieval English ancestors of Robert Abell, p. 55, made a grant of certain mills in Gloucestershire to the monks of the St. Peter's Abbey.

~ Domesday Descendants, K.S.B. Keats-Rohan, A Prosopography of Persons Occuring in English Documents, 1066-1166, Volume II. Pipe Rolls to Cartae Baronum , p. 391

~Plantagenet Ancestry, W. H. Turton, p. 116

~Information obtained from my distant Canadian/English cousin, Chris Chaworth Noble, 2007, that the Chaworth's came from Sourches in Sarthe, Le Mans.

~The Visitation of the County of Nottingham, 1569 & 1614, "Chaworth Pedigree," pp. 123-124, calls him Patrick de Carducis whose Ancestors came from Bretagne.

bullet  Information about this person:

• Family.
His ancestors came from Brittany in France.

Paganus de Chaworth
Robert de Caducis, in the time of Henry I, called "Sir Thomas de Chaworth, Knight, called long Thomas."

Those listed in Boyer's Medieval English ancestors of Robert Abell, pg. 52:

Patrick de Caducis , married Wilburga de Mundublei

Sybil, married Walter Fitz Edward de Salisbury of the family d'Evereux, who died 1147.

• From Gen-Medieval Archives: Pain de Chaworth and the Chaworth Family . 193
Subject: Pain de Chaworth and the Chaworth Family
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 05:43:02 EST

Just to give a sketch from I. J. Sanders, English Baronies, a staple of scholarly works covering this period, but not without fault, page 125:

1. The honour of Kempsford, Gloucs., was brought by Maud (daughter of Ernulf de Hesding) to her husband Patrick I de Chaworth, both living 1133. They had:

2. Patrick II de Chaworth (m. Wilburga, daughter of Pain de Mundubleil), dead by 1155, when succeeded by his son:

3. Pain I de Mundubleil, d. 1170. He was succeeded by his son:

4. Patrick III de Chaworth, who "seems to have d. 1199." His son:

5. Pain II de Chaworth d. 1237 (m. Gundred, daughter and heir of William de la Ferte by Margery de Briwere, sister and coheir of William). Farrer, Honors and Knights Fees 3:414 says that the sheriff of Devon was ordered to give Pain seisin of lands that were William de la Ferte's in 1216. He was succeeded by his son:

6. Patrick IV de Chaworth (m. Hawise, daughter and heir of Thomas de London, lord of Kidwelly), d. 1258. He proffered 500 pounds for livery of lands which descended to him from his father Pain and grandmother Margaret. He left a minor heir (aged 14):

7. Pain III de Chaworth, d.s.p. 1279, leaving as heir a brother Patrick V de Chaworth (m. Isabel de Beauchamp, daughter of William, Earl of Warwick), aged 25, who died 1283 leaving as heir a daughter Maud de Chaworth, b. 1282, who brought the honour to Henry, 2nd son of Edmund of Lancaster (d. 1345).

I didn't know if you already had this material, but thought I'd post it


• Background Information. 535

Patrick de Cadurcis was a native of Little Brittany. He was given a grant of certain mills in Gloucestershire to the monks of St. Peter's Abbey. He was the father of another Patrick de Cadurcis. He was living during the latter end of King William the Conqueror's reign.

~ A genealogical history of the Dormant. Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire, 1866 Edition, p. 111

Patrick married Maud de Hesdin, daughter of Ernulph de Hesding and Emmelina 721.,986 (Maud de Hesdin was born about 1057 in Toddington, Bedford, England.)

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