Ingelram I DE FIENNES
(Abt 1152-1218)
Sibylle DE TINGRY
(-Aft 1223)
Cte Aubrey II DE DAMMARTIN, seigneur de la Ferté-Alais et de Lillebonne
(-1200)
Mathilde DE CLERMONT-EN-BEAUVAISIS
(-Aft 1218)
William I DE FIENNES, Lord of Wendover
(Est 1175-1240)
Agnès DE DAMMARTIN
(-Aft 1244)
Ingelram II DE FIENNES
(Abt 1203-Abt 1267)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
Isabelle DE CONDÉ

Ingelram II DE FIENNES

  • Born: Before 1 Jan 1203, Tolleshunt, Essex, England
  • Married:
  • Died: After 18 Jul 1267

  Also called Seigneur Enguerrand II DE FIENNES, Baron de Tingry et Ruminghen 1

  Research Notes:

Willelmus filius Ingelrami dominus de Fielnes” donated property to Andres, with the consent of "uxore mea Agnete et filio meo Ingelramno", by charter dated 1 Jan 1203 witnessed by "Radulfo de Fielnes patruo meo…Joanne de Tingri…" 2

------------------------------

After 12 Jul 1240, Buckinghamshire

The king, upon the death of William de Fiennes, has taken homage from Enguerrand, son and heir of the same William , for the lands that he held of the king in chief. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security for his relief.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 24 Hen. III, 135

------------------------------

1 Sep 1242, Bordeaux

The king has granted to Enguerrand de Fiennes that he may have respite, until 15 days from Easter in the twenty-seventh year, from the 15 marks which he owes him for several scutages and the debts that are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer and from the £10 which he owes for his relief for the lands that he holds from the king in chief. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 26 Hen. III, 572

------------------------------

23 Mar 1243, Bordeaux

The king has pardoned Enguerrand de Fiennes the £10 which he owed him for his relief; and the king has given him respite until the quindene of Michaelmas in the twenty-seventh year from the 15 marks which he owes him for several prests that are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer . Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid £10 and to have that respite from the aforesaid 15 m.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 27 Hen. III, 441

------------------------------

10 Apr 1244, Westminster

Order to the sheriff of Somerset to hand the manor of Martock with appurtenances, formerly of Enguerrand de Fiennes, which he took into the king’s hand by reason of an inquisition into the lands of the Normans and of aliens, to John Reeve and William Freuwar’ to keep until Trinity, in order to do with the issues of the same manor that which the king has enjoined upon them. He is to permit Agnes, mother of the same Enguerrand to have free administration of all chattels and property, namely both of corn and of other things, formerly of the aforesaid Enguerrand in the same manor, and, moreover, of the rents of the same manor from Easter term past.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 28 Hen. III, 164

------------------------------

31 Mar 1251, Fen Ditton

Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to place in respite the distraint that he makes upon Enguerrand de Fiennes for 40 marks of the debts of Robert de Guines until the quindene of Easter.

17 Aug 1251, Westminster

Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas next to come, the demand for 40 marks that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Enguerrand de Fiennes for a debt of Robert de Guines.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 35 Hen. III, 425, 964

------------------------------

11 Jan 1255

The king has given until three weeks of Easter in the thirty-ninth year respite to Engeram de Fenes from all the debts and demands touching the same. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Engeram to have that respite.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 39 Hen. III, 73

------------------------------

10 Feb 1257

The king has pardoned Ingram de Fiennes the below-written debts that are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer of the debts of William de Fenles his father, namely 12 marks of the scutage of Kery, £12 of the scutage of Poitou, £6 of the scutage of Elveyn, 5 marks for a licence to agree, £6 of the aid towards the marrying of the king’s daugther, 15 marks of several prests, 6 marks of the scutage of Poitou, 40s. of the scutage of Elveyn. And the king has similarly pardoned him his relief which he owes to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Ingram to be quit of the aforesaid debts and relief, and to place in respite until they shall have had another order from the king the demand for four knights which they made from him by summons of the Exchequer which he does not acknowledge.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 41 Hen. III, 422

------------------------------

2 May 1258, Westminster

The king has pardoned Enguerrand de Fiennes the £81 which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer, namely £8 for the portion falling to him of the scutage of Montgomery from the fees of the count of Guines from the time when William de Fiennes, Enguerrand’s father, and Henry de Trubleville had custody of the lands of the same count by bail of the king, and for £33 8d. which Enguerrand owed the king for the debts of Sibyl de Fiennes. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Enguerrand to be quit from the aforesaid £81.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 42 Hen. III, 576

------------------------------

5 Dec 1260

Moved by the affection that he has towards Enguerrand de Fiennes, the king has pardoned to him all arrears which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the services of the knights’ fees that he holds from the king in chief. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Enguerrand to be quit from the aforesaid arrears. By the king.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 45 Hen. III, 122

------------------------------

On 18 Jul 1262, Ingram de Fenes was a witness to a charter confirming a grant...made by Henry the king's great-grandfather (proavus) and Stephen, sometime king of England... to the infirm of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalene, Boulogne, of 20l. of yearly rent in the manor of Bucton co. Kent... (CPR, Hen. III, vol. 6, p. 727)

------------------------------

8 Dec 1265, Westminster

Protection with clause volumus,for one year, for Ingram de Fenes, going beyond seas on the king's affairs.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Hen. III, vol. 5, p. 519

  Marriage Information:

Ingelram married Isabelle DE CONDÉ, daughter of Seigneur Nicolas DE CONDÉ et de Bailleul and Elisabeth DE MORIALMÉ, Dame de Beloeil et de Fraire-La-Grande. (Isabelle DE CONDÉ was born in Condé, Calvados, France and died on 9 Sep 1296 in Wendover Manor, Buckinghamshire, England.)

Sources


1 Seigneurs de Fiennes, Etienne Pattou, 2004, p. 3.

2 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Enguerrand [II] de Fiennes.


Home | Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List

This Web Site was Created 30 Nov 2015 with Legacy 4.0 from Millennia