The Pipe Roll records the manor of Alveston to "Fulko son of Fulko fitz Warin" in Michaelmas 1171. The Red Book of the Exchequer, listing scutage payments in [1190/91], records "Fulco filio Garini" paying "x s, i militem" in Warwickshire, Leicestershire. The 1194/95 Pipe Roll records "Fulcho f Warini et Hawisa uxor eius" in Wiltshire. 1
(c) . . . Fulk fitz Warin (living in Nov 1194), married Hawise, daughter and coheir of Josce de Dinan. The last named Fulk was son and heir of Fulk fitz Warin of Whittington and Alveston, who d. in 1170 or 1171, son of the shadowy or mythical Warin, of Metz in Lorraine. 2
The following is excerpted from a post to SGM, 3 Jan 2004, by John Ravilious:
1.1 Fulk fitz Warin
Death: aft 6 Nov 1194, of Whittington, co. Salop and Alveston, co. Gloucester.
'Fulko, son of Fulko fitz Warin', held the manor of Alveston at Michaelmas 1171 [Delafield p. 608, cites Eyton; 1171 Pipe Roll]
'Fulcho, son of Fulcho fitz Warin', gave a virgate and a half in Tadlow, Cambs. to Shrewsbury Abbey, 'to set at rest a controversy concerningthe patronage of the Church of Alberburi ' (witnesses: Ralph, Richard and Warin, sons of Fulcho) [Delafield p. 608, cites Eyton VI:103]
'In 1194 Fulk II, Hawise [de Dinan, his wife], Sibil, and Alan de Plugenay brought a suit of mort d'ancestor against Herbert Fitz Herbert for the manor of Stanton (now Stanton Fitzwarren), and a more detailed record of this suit indicates that Herbert was also being sued for the manor Calstone..... Apparently Fitz Herbert won the first round of the suit, for in a new round of lawsuits beginning in 1228, Fulk III is listedas the plaintiff and Peter Fitz Herbert (Herbert Fitz Herbert's son) is referred to as the tenant of Stanton.' (Meisel, p. 94)
named in gift of son Fulk fitz Warin of land for his foundation at
Alberbury ca. 1220-1230, made ' pro anime mee &.... Fulconis patris mee ...' (Nichols III/1, p. 332 charter 2) [dated by Meisel as '1221-26' - p. 91].