Sir Simon Bagot Knight
- Born: Bagot's Bromley, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, England
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: Bef 1203, Bagot's Bromley, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, England 942
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 784
Simon de Bagot, was the great grandson of Bagod, referred to in the Domesday book as, Dominus medietatis Bramele, who held Bramele of Robert de Stafford. Simon de Bagot possessed the same estates of Bromely, as appears by the following deed: "Sciant tam presentes et futuri quod ego Rads. de Mutton et heredes mei quietum clamavimus Simoni Bagot et heredibus uis in perpetuum omne me et omnem clameus quot ego et heredes mei habuimus versus eundem Simonem et heredes suos in villa de Bromleg pro duobus marcia de argento et uno puncino de precio unius marce quo predictus Simo mihi dedit. Hijs testibus Hervio Bagot Herveio herede suo-cum multis alijs." It likewise appears, by several deeds recited in the pedigree, that this Simon had two sons: Sir Hugh, his heir; and Sir William, who differences his arms by bearing the field Argent, and left a son and heir Henry.
~Collin's Peerage of England, Vol. VII, Brydges, 1812, p. 523
• Background Information. 1051
From Memorials of the Bagot Family, p. 6:
"The Pedigree in the possession of Lord Bagot, (attested by Sir William Dugdale, Gregory King, and others, and supported by a most extrordinary mass of original Deeds, and other family muniments) commences with Bagod, Lord of Bromley. The name of his son is not recorded, by Simon Bagot, his great grandson, possessed the same Estate, and hat two sons: Sir Hugh, his heir; and Sir William his second son, who appears by the Pedigree to have a son named Henry. Simon Bagot (living during the reigns of Richard I and John) wrote for his eldest son, Hugh, soon after purchased a fourth part of it from on Henry, the son of Wymar, in "Fee Farm," paying to him and his heirs two marks yearly."