Fauconberg of Yorkshire
Walter de Faucomberge, Lord of Rise and Withernwick, b abt 1140, of Holderness, Yorkshire, England, d abt 1216. He md Agnes Fitz Simon abt 1160, daughter of Simon Fitz Simon. She was b abt 1144.
Child of Walter de Faucomberge and Agnes Fitz Simon was:
Peter de Faucomberge, Lord of Rise and Withernwick, b abt 1175, of Holderness, Yorkshire, England, d aft May 1230. He md Margaret de Montfitchet aft 1206, daughter of Sir Richard de Montfitchet, Lord of Stanstead Mountfichet, and Millicent.
Walter de Faucomberge [a], Lord of Rise and Withernwick, b abt 1220, of Holderness, Yorkshire, England, d 1304. He md Agnes de Brus abt 1240, daughter of Peter II de Brus and Hawise/Helwise de Lancaster.
Sir Walter de Faucomberge [b], Knight, b abt 1245, d 31 Dec 1318. He md Isabel de Ros abt 1278, daughter
of Sir Robert de Ros, Baron of Ros, and Isabel d'Aubigny.
John de Fauconberg [c] b abt Jun 1290, d 18 Sep 1349. He md (prob) Eve de Bulmer abt 1320, daughter of Sir Ralph de Bulmer. She was b abt 1305, d bef 1349.
a. He was on the King's service in Gascony with the Earl of Leicester, and having forfeited his estates in that Earl's rebellion, they were given to Robert de Brus, from which he redeemed them in 1268. He was summoned to military service 17 Jan 1257/58 to 7 Nov 1302, and to attend the King at Shrewsbury 28 Jun 1283, also to attend the King wherever he might be 8 Jun 1294. He was summoned to Parliament from 24 Jun 1295 to 13 Sep 1302, whereby he is held to have become Lord Faucomberge. Upon his marriage to Agnes, sister and coheir of Sir Piers de Brus III, they had had livery of her purparty of her brother's lands (the castle, park, and forest of Skelton, the manors of Marske, Eastburn, etc. in co. York, etc.) 14 Dec 1272. While she was still living 29 Oct 1275, Agnes appears to have been deceased by 25 May 1280, when Walter, alone, had a grant to him and his heirs, of free warren in his demesne lands in Skelton, Marske, Eastburn, etc.
b. Second, but first surviving son, he was aged 40 or more at his father's death in Nov 1304. He was summoned for military service from 10 May 1306 (being knighted by the Prince of Wales 22 May 1306) to 20 Jul 1318, and to Parliament from 12 Nov 1304 to 25 Aug 1318. After Isabel's death, he married secondly, Alice, the daughter of Sir John de Killingholm.
c. Third, but first surviving son (his elder brother, Walter, having died s.p. and v.p. at the battle of Bannockburn), he had livery of his father's lands 10 Feb 1318/19. He was on the King's service against the Scots in Aug 1322, in the retinue of the Earl of Arundel, and on 22 Aug 1323, the King ordered his arrest and imprisonment in Pickering Castle for trespass of venison in Pickering Forest, but the order was superceded upon payment of fine. He then attended the King to Flanders in Jul 1338. He served as Escheator and Sheriff of co. York, and was appointed keeper of Berwick-on-Tweed. He was summoned to Parliament from 22 Jan 1334/36 to 10 Mar 1348/49. His wife, Eve, probably the daughter of Sir Ralph de Bulmer, predeceased him. He died at age 59.
CP Vol V[267-272]; AR: Line 184B[7-8], Line 208[30-31].
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