- Born: Wartling, Hailsham, Sussex, England
Orthographic variations: FILLIOL, FYLIOL
Acknowledgement by Hagin of Lincoln, for himself, his heirs and assigns, in favour of Giles de Fenes and Sibil, his wife, their heirs and assigns, of quitclaim and release of all the right &c., that he had or might have by reason of the said Giles’ and Sibil’s tenure of the lands and rents with appurtenances, in respect of a debt of £66, under the names of the said William Fyliol and Aaron, son of Abraham, which he, Hagin, has by livery of the King out of the Treasury, or in respect of any other debt owing by the said William, or his ancestors, to the said Hagin, or his ancestors, from the beginning to the end of the world. Clause providing for further acquittance. Done at the instance of the Lady Eleanor on the Wednesday next after the quindene of the Purification of Blessed Mary in the 54th year.
Calendar of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews, p. 1273
Sibyl married Sir Giles DE FIENNES, son of Ingelram II DE FIENNES and Isabelle DE CONDÉ. (Giles DE FIENNES was born in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England and died before 1293.)