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Richard Talbot
(Abt 1050-)
Mademoiselle Gournay
Walter Lord de Lacy 1st Lord of Weobley
(Abt 1036-1085)
Geoffrey Talbot
(Abt 1080-After 1139)
Agnes de Lacy
Sybil Talbot
(-After 1137)


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Payn Fitz John of Ewayas

Sybil Talbot

  • Born: England
  • Marriage: Payn Fitz John of Ewayas 141
  • Died: After 1137, England

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• Background Information. 141
Payn married Sibyl, daughter of Geoffrey Talbot, by Agnes, probably daughter of Walter de Lacy. Payn gave Sibyl as dower land from his own inheritance. He was killed when pursuing Welsh marauders by a javelin which pierced his head, and so died s.p.m. 10 July 1137 and was buried in the chapter-house of Gloucester Abbey. Sibyl survived him*.

* Shortly after her husband's death the Bishop of Salisbury, as Chief Justiciar, ordered her to restore the property of her late husband removed by her since the confirmation of his possessions to their elder daughter, Cecily and her husband Roger, son of Miles de Gloucester, in particular the wheat, hay and wine. As Sybil de Lacy, for her soul and for the soul of her lord Pay FitzJohn, she confirmed a grant to her uncle, Walter de Lacy, Abbot of Gloucester.

~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. IXB, p. 271

Sybil married Payn Fitz John of Ewayas, son of John "Monoculus" Fitz Richard of Saxlingham and Cecily.141 (Payn Fitz John of Ewayas was born in Ewyas, Herefordshire, England.)

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