Patrick DE CHAOURCES
- Born: St. Symphorien, Sarthe, Maine/Pays de la Loire, France
- Married: Before 14 Sep 1100
- Died: After 1133, Kempsford, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
Also called Patrick DE CHAWORTH.
Compiler's 26/28/31 x great-grandfather
The Historia sancti Petri Gloucestriæ records that "Patricius de Cadurcis filius Patricii" donated the mill at “Horcote in villa de Kynermaresforde" with the consent of "rege Henrico seniore…tempore Willelmi abbatis" [abbot from 1113 to 1131] and that "Patricius de Cadurcis" donated "tria molendina in Kynemerefforde" confirmed by "rex Willielmus junior…tempore Serlonis abbatis" [abbot from 1072 to 1104]. It is uncertain whether "Patricius de Cadurcis" who made the earlier donation (undoubtedly [this] Patrice) was the same person as "Patricius de Cadurcis filius Patricii" who made the later donation. The latter could also have been Patrick [his son]...
He succeeded his father-in-law at Weston, near Bath, and at Kempsford in Gloucestershire. The Historia sancti Petri Gloucestriæ records that "Ernulphus de Hesdyng" donated "ecclesiam de Heythrop, Lynkbolt…et ecclesiam de Kynemerforde", confirmed by "Patricius de Cadurcis et Matilda uxor eius", and by "hæredum suorum" in "quatuor cartæ", in the fourth of which "Paganus filius Patricii" donated "decimam domini sui de Kynermerforde", that "Johannes episcopus" confirmed and donated "quatuor marcas annuas in ecclesia de Kynermerforde", with the confirmation of "Rex Henricus senior…tempore Serlonis abbatis" [abbot from 1072 to 1104]. "Patricius" donated "v hidas terræ de Westona" to Bath St Peter, for the souls of "…Hamelini et Winebaldi de Baalun…ac…Arnulfi de Hesding…et Warini clerici mei", by charter dated 14 Sep 1100, witnessed by "Hamelinus et Winebaldus de Baalun…". “Patricius Caurtiarum dominus…et Paganus filius meus” donated land at “Brullon, de Bernei, de Sancto Medardo de Balardone” to Saint-Pierre de la Couture by charter dated to .... "…Patricius de Caorgis…" subscribed a charter of Henry I King of England dated 1101 for Bath St Peter. Henry I King of England confirmed that "Patricius de Cadurcis" donated land "de Amenel et…de Kenemereforde" to Gloucester St Peter by charter dated to [1100/12]. “Patricius de Cadurcis et uxor mea Mathildis” donated “ecclesiam de Dedintona” to Saint-Pierre de la Couture, for the soul of “Ernulfi de Hodine”, by charter dated to . A manuscript which lists donations to Gloucester St Peter includes a record of the donation by "Ernulphus de Hesdyng", confirmed by “Patricius de Cadurcis et Matildis uxor eius”, of “ecclesiam de Kynermerforde", and the later donation by "Paganus filius Patricii". "Patricius de Caurz…" subscribed a charter dated 28 Jun 1121 under which "Willelmus filius regis" donated "terra…Grenta de Stoca" to Bath St Peter.
Military fee certifications in the Red Book of the Exchequer, in 1166, record that "Patricius de Chaurcis avus Pagani de Mundublel" held fees in Gloucestershire during the life of King Henry I. "Patricius de Cadurcis" donated land "apud Ameneye de feodo suo…[et] apud Ameneye Sancti Nicholai" to Gloucester St Peter, with the confirmation of "rege Henrico seniore", by undated charter but dated to "tempore Willelmi abbatis". "Patricius de Cadurcis" donated "molendinum de Horcote" to Gloucester St Peter, undated "tempore Willelmi abbatis". The 1130 Pipe Roll records "Patric de Cadurc" in Oxfordshire and in Wiltshire. "Patricius de Cadurcis et Matilda uxor mea" donated "unam virgatam in Kynemereforde" to Gloucester St Peter by charter dated 1133. 1
Patrick married Mathilde DE HESDIN, daughter of Seigneur Ernulf (Arnulf) DE HESDING and Emmelina DE BALLON, before 14 Sep 1100. (Mathilde DE HESDIN was born in Hesdin, Artois/Pas-de-Calais, France and died after 1133 in Toddington, Ampthill, Bedfordshire, England.)