Robert de Cokefeld
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: 1191, Cokefeld Mannor, Suffolk, England 1314
Another name for Robert was Robert de Cokfeld.
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 939
Adam de Cokefeld was succeeded by his son Robert the issue of Adam's wife Adeliza. Robert de Cokefeld died in 1191 leaving a son Adam de Cokefeld who succeeded him and three daughters: Alicia married to Bartholomew Creke of North Creke, co. Norfolk, Beatrix married to Sir William Baerners, knt. and Gunnora married to William Drayton of Drayton co. Norfolk.
~ The Manors of Suffolk: The Hundreds of Babergh and Blackbourn, p. 83
• Pedigree. 1314
Pedigree Chart given in the Appendix of Chronica Jocelini de Brakefonda, p. 144 had
Lemmerus, living in the time of King Stephen married to Hunna [Regist. Kempe, fo. 88].
Their child is Adam de Cokefeld, de Castello de Lileset, in Suff. filius et hæres married to Adeliza. [Regist Curteys, pars I.fo. 319].
The son of Adam and Adeliza is Robertus de Cokefeld, filius et hæres; ob 1192.
Robert's children, in birth order are:
Adam de Cokefeld, ob. 1198, married Roesia, daughter of Thomas Erdinton in Warwick, ob. 1218. They had a daughter, Nesta de Cokefeld, who died without issue circa 32 Henry III.
Alicia de Cokefeld married to Bartholomew de Creke, of North Creke in Norfolk, ob. circa 34 Hen II. They had a son Robert de Creke, b. circa 16 Hen III who married Agnes, daughter of William Glanville, and niece of Roger de Glanville, 10 Richard I. Children of Robert de Creke and Agnes Glandville given are: Bartholomew de Creke, the heir of Nesta de Cokefield whose own children died without issue; Margaret de Creke, married to John de Thorpe, and where the parents of Robert de Thorpe and grandparents of John de Thorpe; and Isabella de Creke, married to John de Valonis of whom Isabella had a son named Robert de Valonis
Beatrix de Cokefeld, married to William de Berners, and they had a son, Randulf de Berners, married to Matilda.
Gunnor de Cokefeld married to William de Drayton of Drayton in Norfolk. Their daughters were Alicia and Agnes de Drayton.