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Robert Fitz Hugh de Tateshal
(Abt 1130-1185)
Isabel de Welles
(Abt 1135-After 1212)
William Pantulf of Breedon on the Hill
(Abt 1140-)
Joan de Goldington
(Abt 1158-)
Sir Walter de Tateshal Knight
(1160-1199)
Iseult Pantulf
(Abt 1178-)

Robert de Tateshal
(Abt 1195-1249)

 

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Maud d’Aubigny

Robert de Tateshal

  • Born: Abt 1195, Tattershall, Lincolnshire, England
  • Marriage: Maud d’Aubigny 141
  • Died: 6 Jul 1249, Tattershall, Lincolnshire, England about age 54 141

bullet  General Notes:


~American Genealogist, "the Bulkeley Descent from Piers de Gavaston: Third Paper," 37:1, pg. 50

~Weis' The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, 132:2

~English Baronies: A Study of Their Origin and Descent, 1086-1327, pgs. 2, 70, 88

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 141
Robert de Tateshal was the nephew and heir to his uncle, Robert de Tateshal, and he was the son of Walter who died 1199/1200, by his wife, Iseult, daughter and eventually heir to her father Willim Pantulf, of Breedon-on-the Hill, Leicestershire. Robert was a minor in 1214. In 1223, he was in the King's service with horses and arms, and he obtained livery of the lands of his mother, Iseult Pantulf, which had been taken into the King's hand by reason of her debt to the Crown.

In 1224 he joined in the pursuit of Fawkes de Breauté across England, and in 1226 and 1227 he was given the custody of the castles and towns of Bolsover, Derbyshire (until 19 February 1232/3) and Lincoln. He served his King at the siege of Biham Castle in 1221 and in the Welsh campaign of 1228. In October 1229 he was going overseas in the King's service; and he served in Brittany in 1230. In March 1242 orders were issued for him to be supplied with one or two ships to accompany the King abroad, In 1244 he and his son Robert were going on service in Scotland and Wales.

Robert was a Commissioner in May 1242 to enforce peace, to swear to arms and to hold an assize of arms in Lincolnshire. In July 1245 he was summoned before the King's Court at Chester for having tourneyed in defiance of the royal conimands. He married, first, at some date before 1222, Maud, sister and in her issue coheir of Hugh, Fifth Earl of Arundel, and eldest daughter of William d'Aubigny, the Earl of Arundel, by Mabel, 2nd daughter of Hugh le Meschin, also styled de Kevelio, Earl of Chester. She died between 1238 and 1242. He married, 2ndly, before 1242, a daughter of John de Grey, with whom he obtained the manor of Shalbourne, Wilts. He died 16 July 1249.

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, (Tateshal), Vol. XIIA , pp. 648-649


Robert married Maud d’Aubigny, daughter of William d’Aubigny Earl of Arundel and Mabel of Chester.141 (Maud d’Aubigny was born in 1196 in Arundel, Sussex, England and died in 1238-1242 in Tattershall, Lincolnshire, England 141.)


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