|Muriel DE LINCOLN Heiress of Brattleby
Muriel DE LINCOLN Heiress of Brattleby
- Born: Abt 1085, Brattleby, Lincolnshire, England
Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated May 1111 which records that “Picotus filius Colwani Linc. cum uxore et quodam nepote…Ricardi et quadam nepte…Cecilia” donated revenue from "villa…Suttona et Luttona" to Spalding Monastery, in the presence of "ipso Pichoto uxore eius Beatrice…" Henry I King of England confirmed the possessions of Holy Trinity, Lessay, including the donations by "Robertus de Haia Ricardus et Eudonis nepos" [which appears to be garbled] with the advice of "Muriele uxoris sue et filiorum suorum Ricardi…Radulfi", by charter dated 1126. Henry II King of England confirmed the possessions of the abbey of Lessai, including donations by "Turstini Haldup et Eudonis filii eius" confirmed by "Roberti de Haia et Murielis uxoris sue et Richardi et Radulfi filiorum eorum", by charter dated [1185/Jan 1188].
Muriel married Robert DE LA HAYE of Halnaker, son of Ranulf DE LA HAYE of Halnake and Unknown daughter HALDUP. (Robert DE LA HAYE of Halnaker was born in 1075-1080 in Halnaker, Sussex, England and died in 1150.)