Sir Henry de Tyeys Knight
- Born: Abt 1235, Alverton, Cornwall, England
- Marriage: Joan Foliot 141
- Died: Bef 22 Nov 1282, Wales 141
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 141
Henry Tyeys, son and heir, was going to Germany in 1262 with Richard, Earl of Cornwall, whose charters he witnessed, circa 1260-70. He may be the Henry Tyeys who was one of the bailiffs of the Earl of Gloucester in Somerset, temp. Henry III; he was involved in lawsuits in Somerset, 1272 and 1280; and pledged his lands in Cornwall and Oxon. as security for his debts in 1275 and 1279. In May 1282 he and his wife Joan gave to the Bishop of Bath and Wells certain messuages, cellars, shops, &c., in Bristol, also a messuage, &c., in Easton, Somerset, in exchange for the manor of Little Rissington, Gloucester, for their lives; and he was ordered to muster at Rhuddlan, 2 Aug 1282, as a knight for the said Bishop.
Henry Tyeys married Joan, apparently daughter and (or in her issue) heir of Samson Foliot (living 30 May 1281), of Fritwell, &c., Oxon., Hardwell, Berks, and Chilton Foliat and Draycot Foliat, Wilts. Henry Tyeys died, probably in Wales, shortly before 22 Nov 1282. Joan, who was living in May 1282, presumably died before 1284.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. XIIB, p. 102
Henry married Joan Foliot, daughter of Samson Foliot and Unknown.141 (Joan Foliot was born about 1240 in Chilton, Foliot, Wiltshire, England and died before 1284 in England 141.)