Sir Waren de Lisle Knight
- Born: Bef 1277, Kingston Lisle, Sparsholt, Berkshire, England
- Marriage: Alice de Tyeys 141
- Died: Shortly After 16 Mar 1322, England 141
- Buried: Chilton, Wiltshire, England 141
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 141
Warin de Lisle, son and heir was, as a knight, summoned for military service from May 1298 to May 1319. In 1303 he and others were accused of theft and assault in Berks, but in 1308 he was a conservator of the peace in the town and University of Oxford, and in of the same year was made Keeper of Windsor Castle, holding that office till superseded in 1319. In 1315 commissioner of Oyer and terminer in Oxfordshire and Berks. In September 1370 he was accused of inciting to assault and murder and of protecting the assailants at his manors of Kingston and Beedon, Berks. In 1371 he joined with Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford, and others against the Despensers, thus allying themselves with Thomas, Earl of Lancaster. Next year, described as a banneret, he was in arms against the King at Boroughbridge, 16 Mar 1321/2, and was captured, condemned as a traitor, and executed at Pontefract, dragged by horses and hanged, and was buried in the Black Friars' church there.
Warin de Lisle married Alice, sister and heir of Henry, and daughter of Henry Teyes, Lord Tyes, who was aged 30 and more in 1327. In 1334 his widow obtained leave to transfer his body and that of her brother Henry (also executed and buried in the Carmelites' church in London, to Chilton, Wilts, where her ancestors were buried and where chantries were founded. Though her husband's forfeited estates were given to the Despensers and others, she was allowed maintenance. In Dec 1326 she had a grant of the custody of Kingston and other of her husband's manors, and in March following had a further grant of all the goods of her late husband and her brother Henry. As all proceedings against Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, and his adherents were annulled in the Parliament of 1 Edward III, the forfeiture of her brother Henry was presumably reversed and she would, according to modern doctrine, be held to have become Baroness Teys or Tyes. In 1330 she received a general pardon and in 1332 obtained a charter for markets and fairs at Penzance and other manors in Cornwall, and in 1336 a charter for the free warren at Chilton, Kingston Lisle, etc. She died 2 August 1347.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. VIII, pp. 48-49
Waren married Alice de Tyeys, daughter of Henry de Tyeys Baron Tyes and Hawise.141 (Alice de Tyeys was born in Fritwell, Oxfordshire, England and died on 2 Aug 1347 in England 141.)