- Born: Abt 1247, Colwick, Notthinghamshire, England 1114
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: 1333, Colwick, Notthinghamshire, England about age 86 1109,1114
Taken from Alan Cook's History of Colwick , "de Colwick Pedigree:"
William de Colwick
Reginald de Colwick, d. 1253
Philip de Colwick, d. 1274
William de Colwick, 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 1109
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. 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
• Background Information. 1114
William de Colewyke was twenty-eight at the time of his father's death in 1275. In 1293, this William held Colwick and part of Willoughby, and he died in 1333 holding the same.
~ Honors and Knight's Fees, p. 250