Sir Henry de Tibetot Knight
- Born: Bef 1196, Wymondham, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England 141
- Marriage: Alda 141
- Died: Bef 26 Dec 1241, Edmondthorpe, Melton Mowbary, Leicestershire, England 141
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 141
Henry Tybotot was probably of the same family. In May 1217 John de Boterel and Henry Tybotot were granted the lands of Adam Painel in Yorks and Linconshire, and in 1223 the sheriff of Leicester county was ordered to seize the lands of Henry Tybotot, who had attended a tournament against the King's wiii.
Henry Tybotot had connections with Essex as early as Apr 1228, and in Sep 1229 he was granted custody of the lands and heir of William de Haye in that county. He was given timber from Essex to build a mill and a house in 1232 and 1233; and in April 1233 he was granted the manor of Shopland, Essex, to keep him in the King's service.
Henry, who may have served in Ireland during the reign of King John, was granted protection, Oct 1229, for the expedition which was to go to Brittany and in Apr following he crossed to France with the King. In May 1234, he was among those asked to supply a knight for service in Brittany. He married Alda and died some time before 26 Dec1241. Alda survived him but the date of her death is not known.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. XII/2 pp. 89-90
Henry married Alda.141