- Born: Abt 1150, Letcombe Basset, Oxfordshire, England
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: Jan 1123, Letcombe Basset, Oxfordshire, England about age -27 1216
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 766
Robert Mauduit married Isabella, daughter of Lord Thurston Basset, by whom he had two sons, William and Robert.
~History and Antiquities of the Newport Pagnell Hundreds, pg. 109-110
• Background Information. 852
Robert Malduit died about Jun 1222, or 6 Henry III. His widow was Isabella, daughter of Thurstan Basset.
~Biographi Juridica, p. 424
• Background Information. 1216
Richard Basset was in possession of the manor of Letcome Bassett in about 1158. It was held in 1201 by Richard's son, Thurstan, who died about 1222, leaving six daughter as his heirs. One of these, Isabel, married Robert Mauduit, and left a son William, who held the manor in 1231 under a grant from his grandfather.
~A History of the County of Berkshire, Vol. IV, pp. 217-222
• Web Reference: The Inheritance of Thurstan Basset from the Henry III Fine Rolls Project.
Thurstan died in January 1223. His property was then divided among his 6 daughters and heirs, each of whom paid a fine to the king to receive her portion of Thurstan's estate, as revealed in the fine roll for 29 January [CFR 1222-23, no. 55]. According to the fine, all of the daughters were married: Isabel to Robert Mauduit (who had died in 1222) [CFR 1221-22, no. 196] , Joanna to Robert de Burneby, Egelina to Richard Burdun, Alice to John le Brun, Matilda to Bartholomew de Packington, and Laurencia to Ralph de Wedon. The last two husbands are not named in the entry, which simply notes that Matilda and Laurencia married without the king's licence after Thurstan died.