Ansfrid de Cormeilles
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: After 1086
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 1366
In 1086 the manor of Winstone was held by Ansfrid de Cormeilles who had received it on his marriage to a niece of Walter de Lacy, [Dom. Bk. (Rec. Com.), i. 169v.-70 ] although Walter's son Hugh may have held the estate at some stage. [Reg. Regum Anglo-Norm. ii, App., no. xv] The overlordship of the manor descended with the honor of Cormeilles, [Trans. B.G.A.S. lvii. 73; Bk. of Fees, i. 50] passing in the early 13th century, at the division of the honor among the daughters of Walter de Cormeilles.
~A History of the County of Gloucester, Volume 11, pp. 147-148
• Background Information. 1367
The manor of Bullinghope (modern Bullingham, on the southeastern outskirts of Hereford) did not belong to the church of Hereford at Domesday but was divided between 3 tenants in chief, Roger de Lacy, Ansfrid of Cormeilles and Gilbert son of Thorold [DB I 184b, 186b, 186d]. By 11 March 1219 the chapter owned a third of the tithe of the demesne of Richard of Cormeilles at Bullinghope [Capes, Charters p. 49].
~Fasti Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ 1066-1300, Volume VIII, pp. 31-32