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Payne de Chaurces
(Cir 1191-1237)
Gundred de la Ferté
(1190-)
Sir Thomas de Londres Lord of Kidwelly
(-Bef 1221)
Eve Fitz Warine
(Abt 1179-)
Sir Patrice de Chaurces Knight & Lord of Kdwilly
(Cir 1221-1258)
Hawise de Londres
(-1244)
Eve de Chaurces
(Abt 1250-)

 

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Sir Robert de Tibetot Knight

Eve de Chaurces

  • Born: Abt 1250, Kempsford, Gloucestershire, England
  • Marriage: Sir Robert de Tibetot Knight before 18 Oct 1269 141
  • Died: Before 30 Auf 1300 141

bullet   Another name for Eve was Eve de Chadworth.

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 141
Robert de Tibetot married, some time before 18 Oct 1269, Eve (*), and died at Nettlestead, 22 May 1298, aged about 70. Eve died shortly before 30 August 1300.

(*) When Robert was making arrangements to join the Crusade, provision was made, 12 Jul 1270, for the care of his heirs should he die. Dugdale, Baronage, Vol. ii, p. 38, says that Eve was daughter of Payn de Chaworth, but he gives no proof. Payn was a close associate of Robert during the wars against Simon de Montfort, he was with Robert in the Crusade and the name Payn was borne by Roberts 2nd son. Payn was, however, aged only 13 or 14 in 1258 and died s.p. or s.p.s. before 20 Sept 1279, when his brother Patrick was his heir. Assuming a Chaworth marriage, it seems likely that Eve was Payn's sister and daughter of Patrick Chaworth by his wife Hawise de Londres. In a pedigree of Tybotot in Thoroton's Notts, Vol. i. pp. 203-04, Robert's wife is called Eve, daughter of P . . . de Chaworth. In the Visitation of Notts, Harlein Society, p. 124, Eve, daughter of Patrick and sister of Payn and Patrick Chaworth, Lords of Kidwclly, appears as the wife of Sir John (sic) Tiptofte. Payn himself mentions his sister Eve in a grant made by him, Trin. 1270, to the monks of Blanchland, in South Wales. In April 1283 Robert made a grant to Mottisfont Priory, Hants, of which the Chaworth family held patronage. The grant is sealed with the arms a saltire lozengy, legend 'S. Roberti de Tibotot'. He bore silver, a saltire engrailed gules.

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. XII, p. 93


Eve married Sir Robert de Tibetot Knight, son of Sir Henry de Tibetot Knight and Alda, before 18 Oct 1269.141 (Sir Robert de Tibetot Knight was born in 1228 in Wymondham, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England 141 and died on 22 May 1298 in Nettlestead, Bosmere, Suffolk, England 141.)


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