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Robert I de Everingham
(-1246)
Isabel de Birkin
(-Bef 1252)
Sir Adam Everingham Knight
(-1280)
Sir Robert de Everingham Knight
(Abt 1256-)

 

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Alice de la Hyde

Sir Robert de Everingham Knight

  • Born: Abt 1256, Sherburn, Yorkshire, England
  • Marriage: Alice de la Hyde 141

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• Background Information. 141
Sir Robert de Everingham, of Laxton, Notts, Everingham, Kipling Cotes, and Sherburn, co. York, Westborough, co. Lincoln, &c., son and heir of Sir Adam de Everingham, of the same (who died 8 Dec 1280), by his 1st wife, whose name is unknown. He did homage and had livery of his father's lands, 9 Feb 1280/1, being then aged 24. He was summoned for Military Service frorn 6 Apr 1282 to 14 Mar 1282, to attend the King at Shrewsbury, 28 Jun 1283, and to a Military Council, 14 Jun 1287, by writs directed Roberto de Everingham. He was sometirne hereditary Keeper of Sherwood Forest.

Sir Robert de Everingham married, in or before 1271, Alice de la Hyde*, daughter of [Robertde la Hyde, it is said] by Cecily (to whom she was coheir), daughter of Sir William Walerand, of Longford, Wilts, Siston and Frampton Cotterell, co. Gloucester, &c.Sir Robert de Everingham died shortly before 21 Jul 1287. On that day his widow was given the manor of Everingham to hold in tenancy till her dower was assigned, i.e., until 11 September following. She married Sir Thomas de Normanville, of Empingham and Normanton, Rutland. He died shortly before 9 Aug 1295. She was living 1 April 1326.

*footnote (f) She is called Alice de la Hide in the Close Roll, 15 Edw I, m.3. In the Inq. p.m. on John Waleraund [Ch., Edw. II, files 11, 12), and in the Coram Rege Roll, Mich. 3 Edw. II, m. 126, Alice de Everingham occurs as daughter and coheir of Cecily, daughter of William Walerand. By a fine levied from St. Michael in fifteen days 7 Edw. I, Walter de la Hyde quitclaimed 62 acres of land &c., in Eglinton, co, Herford. to wit whatever Robert de Everingham and Alice his wife formerly held in that vill, to Robert and Alice and the heirs of Alice. By a fine, levied from St. Hilary in fifteen days 8 Edw. I, the same Robert and Alice conveyed to Walter de Helium and Alice his wife a moiety of two messuages, &c., in La Hyde and Wodemanton, co. Herford, to be held by Walter and Alice and the heirs of Walter, of Robert and Alice and the heirs of Alice [Feet of Fines, case 81, file 18, nos. 33, 37: cf. Close Roll, 7 Edw. I, m.2d] By his charter, Robert Walerand granted to Alice de la Hyde the reversion of one-third of the manor of Garthorp, co. Leicester, expectant on the death of Denise, widow of William Gaugy, who held the same in dower. [Ch. Misc. Inq., file 66, no.14]

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. V, pp. 184-186


Robert married Alice de la Hyde, daughter of Robert de la Hyde and Cecily Wallerand.141 (Alice de la Hyde was born in Garthorpe, Melton-Mowbray, Leicestershire, England and died after 1 Apr 1326 in England 141.)


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