Glfrid de Albemarle
- Born: Woodbury, Devonshire, England
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: Abt 1226, Woodbury, Devonshire, England 1333
William Pole's, Collections Towards a Description of the County of Devon, & Report and Transactions - The Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art, Volume 37 have a descrepency in the order and placement of this line. (See Below) I chose to follow Report and Transactions because they supplied sources and dates while William Pole did not.
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 1333
" Reginald de Alba Mara holds 1 fee in Wodebrye (Woodbury) of our lord the King in chief.
"This is Wodeberie [W. 68, p.44], an earl's land, 3190 acres, £23 value, held by the King in Domesday and afore time by Githa. Henry I gave it to Roger de Mandervil, castellan of Exeter [Testa, 1343, p. 194a], whose son William conveyed it to William Carbonel. Carbonel's heiress, Alice held it in 1174 [Pipe Rolls, 21 Hen. II), and brought it to Reginald de Albemarle, alias Daumarle, or Damerell [Trans. xxxiii, 290], who in 1189 "acounted for £144 4s 11d for recognition of Wodnesbiri" [Pipe Rolls, 1 Ric. I]. In 1200 [Trans. xxxiii. p. 369], in 1221 and up to 1226 (in which year William Briwer died) Galfrid de Albemarle held it [Hundred Rolls, 11]; after him Reginald de Albemarle in the time of Robert de Hoehesham (who died in 1255); and in 1274 [Hundred Rolls 11] and 1285 [Feudal Aids, p. 325] William de Albemarle until 1288 [A.-D. Inq. 17 Ed. I No. 22, p. 99(471); in 1303 Galfrid Daumarl [Feudal Aids, p. 364] until 1320 [A.-D. Inq. 14 Edw. II. No. 33, p. 296(1295)];in 1346 William Daumarle [Feudal Aids, pp. 426, 436] until 1362 [A.-D. Inq. 36 Ed. III. No.5, p.246(2300)]; in 1373, Margaret, wife of William Bonevile and heiress of Galfrid de Albamarlia (A.-D. Inq. 47 Ed. III. No. 66, p. 331 (2545)]; in 1428 William Bonvyll [Feudal Aids, p.488]."
Alice Carbonel (1174)
Reginal de Albemarle (1189)
Glfrid de Albemarle (1221-1226)
Reginald de Albemarle (1255)
William de Albemarle - (1274, 1285-1288)
Galfrid Daumarl - (1303- 1320 Inq. p.m.)
William Dumarle (1346-1362)
Margaret married to William Boneville (1373)
~Report and Transactions - The Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art, Volume 35, pp. 288-289