Richard "Pincerna" LE BOTELER
(-Abt 1119)
William HELGOT
Robert "Pincerna" LE BOTELER
(-Aft 1157)


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  • Died: 1219

  General Notes:

compiler's 26 x great grandmother

  Research Notes:

Pipe Roll, 4 John, 1202-3. Matilda, who was the wife of Roger de Somervill, renders account of 4 marks and one palfrey that she be not distrained (to marry) as is contained in the second roll. Into the treasury 2 marks; and she owes 2 marks and one palfrey.


Matilda, who was the wife of Roger de Sumervill, offers to the lord the King 10 marks and one palfrey not to be constrained to marry, since she holds nothing of the King, or of the earl of Chester, who has given her to William de Chacumb. 1


Plea Roll No. 9.

Headed, "In Octabis Sancti Michaelis." [6th October, 1220.]

Leic.-Derb. Ralph Grim and Idonea his wife, Geoffrey de Griseleg and Margery his wife, Simon de Berkeston and Elizabeth his wife, were attached to answer by what warrant they intruded themselves into the land which Matilda de Sumervill had held in Cusinton, which land should descend, it is said, by hereditary right, after the death of Matilda, to Roger de Sumervill, who is within age, and in ward to the King; and they appeared and denied the intrusion, and stated that they hold the land as hereditary right of Idonea, Margery, and Elizabeth, which descended to them from the said Matilda their mother, who died seised of it for long after the death of Roger de Sumervill, father of the said Roger. They also stated that Matilda did not hold that land nor any other of the King; and because Roger fitz Roger is the brother of the said Idonea and the others, et est de masculo, it is considered that he has the greater right. Let him have therefore seisin, and the others be in misericordiâ. m. 9, dorso. 2

  Marriage Information:

Matilda married Roger DE SOMERVILL, son of Walter DE SOMERVILL and Cecily DE LIMESI. (Roger DE SOMERVILL died about 1202.)


1 Rotuli de oblatis et finibus in Turri Londinensi asservati, tempore regis Johannis, Thomas Duffus Hardy, xxxiv.

2 British History Online, Plea Rolls for Staffordshire: 1219-20, citing Staffordshire Historical Collections, Vol. 4, ed. George Wrottesley (London, 1883), pp. 9-14.

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