William de Colwick
(-Bef 1198)
Sir Reginald de Colwick Knight
(Abt 1152-1252)
Sir Philip de Colwick Knight
(Bef 1240-1274)

 

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Sir Philip de Colwick Knight

  • Born: Bef 1240, Colwick, Notthinghamshire, England 1006
  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: 1274, Colwick, Notthinghamshire, England 1109

bullet  General Notes:


Taken from Alan Cook's History of Colwick , "de Colwick Pedigree:" 1109

William de Colwick
|
Reginald de Colwick
, d. 1253
|
Philip de Colwick
, d. 1274
|
William de Colwic
k, d. 1333
|
John de Colwick
, d. 1349=Joane, daughter of Robert de Staunton
|
William de Colwick
, d. 1361
|
Joane de Colwick (heir to her brother Thomas)=Sir Richard Byron

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 1110
In 1280, a jury found that Reginald de Colwick, grandfather of William, lived a hundred years, and that he and Philip, his son & father of William, had their part enclosed with hedge and ditch at their pleasure.

A History of Nottinghamshire, pp. 47-48

• Background Information. 1111
In 1262, an exchange was made between Roger the Prior, and the Covent of Lenton, and John Barre of Tollerton. The witnesses to the exchange were Sir Philip de Colwick (of Nether Colwick), and Sir John de Viller (of Kinoulton) [Thorton, p.42].

~The History of the Parish and Priory of Lenton, p. 126

• Background Information. 1006
"Reginald de Colwyke lived a hundred Years, but was dead 36 Henry III. He died seized of 19 bovats of Land in Willughby-en-the Weulds, for which he gave the King an Horfe of 5s. 4d. Price, and was find Sacc and Broch when the Army went into Wales; Philip his Son and Heir was then avove forty Years old. William de Colwick, d. 16 Edward I. held the third Part of a Carucat here."

~ Thoroton's The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, Vol. I, p. 69

• Records and Notes. 1114
"In 1252 the king took the homage of Philip son and heir of Reginald de Colewyke, who gave 10 marks for relief of his lands in Nottinghamshire. In 1275 Philip de Colewyc, knight, held ˝ carucate in Colwick of the fee of Peverel, but the inquest taken after his death in that year states that he held 1 carucate by rendering at each coming of the king to Nottingham 12 barbed arrows without feather; William his son was aged 28 years."

~ Honors and Knight's Fees, p. 250


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