22 de mar. de 2023 · Roger son of Henry de Hexton received a grant of land in Arley from William de Gerrus in 1295. (fn. 68) It was probably this Roger who in 1312–13 obtained from Henry son of Henry de Hexton, his brother, a recognition of his right to land in Arley.
13 de mar. de 2023 · Roger De Pitres BIRTH 1035 France DEATH 1083 (aged 47–48) England BURIAL Gloucester Cathedral Gloucester, City of Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England MEMORIAL ID 114878919 . High Sheriff of Gloucester. Family Members Spouse Eunice De Baalun De Pitres 1036 – unknown. Children Walter de Gloucester 1065–1129
- Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
- circa 1035
1 de mar. de 2023 · 1216, (17 of John's reign) Robert de Gloucester, presented by the King, in the vacancy of the see of Ely, he was archdeacon of Stafford. John Walerand , rector, an . 41 Henry III. 1252, John de Chishull , presented by the King, the see void; he was afterwards Bishop of London .
27 de feb. de 2023 · He had no heir, because he was a bastard, and in March 1352 the king granted the tenements in Goose Lane in the parish of St. Mary le Bow, which he had by the death without heir of John de Holegh, citizen and draper, a bastard, to William de Essex, citizen and mercer, and his heirs.
16 de mar. de 2023 · Robert was presumably the Robert Delamare (de Mara) who was among the Earl of Gloucester's knights in 1166, and both Robert and William made grants of land in Rendcomb. Part of Hardwicke then descended with Rendcomb, and at her death in 1263 Parnel Delamare held 2 plough-lands and rents in Hardwicke from the honor of Gloucester
13 de mar. de 2023 · Gloucester's most obvious importance to the new rulers of England was its strategic position in relation to South Wales. The crossing of the Severn controlled by the town was rapidly secured by a castle, which was rebuilt on a more substantial scale in the early 12th century.
20 de mar. de 2023 · From the earlier 18th century Gloucester had a number of private schools, most of them boarding academies for young ladies. (fn. 354) Typical was one kept at a house in College Green from 1743 by Ann Counsel; the girls were taught needlework, music, and dancing and a writing master attended.