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Agnès de Paganell (Paynel)

Also Known As: "Agnes /Paynell/", "Agnes De Paynel", "9758"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Barnstaple, Devon, England or St. Clair-sur-Elle, Normandie, West Francia (now France)
Death: Died in Skelton, Middleham, Yorkshire, England
Place of Burial: Scotland
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Fulk Paynel and Béatrix FitzAnsculf de Picquigny, Dame of Dudley Castle
Wife of Richard Harcourt and Robert I de Bruce, seigneur de Brix
Mother of Robert II de Brus, 2nd Lord of Annandale; Agatha FitzRibald; Adam de Brusse of Skelton Lord of Cleveland; Pagon De Brus and Luce de Bruce
Sister of Ralph Paynel, Lord of Dudley

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About Agnès Pagnel of Carlton

Wikipedia for Robert de Brus:

Robert is said to have married twice: (1) Agnes, daughter of Geoffrey Bainard, sheriff of York and (2) Agnes, daughter and heiress of Fulk de Pagnall, Lord of Carleton, Yorkshire[5][6]

There were two sons, but it is unclear by which spouse. -------------------- SOURCES:

GENEALOGY: Royal Ancestors of Magna Charta Barons; Page; 226; G929.72;

C6943ra; Denver Public Library; Genealogy

A distant cousin of Robert de Brusse 3rd. -------------------- IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0

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Agnes Pagnel Pedigree

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Birth:  About 1070   , , Scotland 

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Death:  About 1140    

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 Spouse:  Robert de Brus                                              Family 
 

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Robert de Brus, 1st Lord of Annandale

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Robert I de Brus (died 1142) was an early 12th century Norman baron and knight, the first of the Bruce dynasty of Scotland. A monastic patron, he is remembered as the founder of Gisborough Priory in Yorkshire in 1119.[1]

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1 Biography

2 Marriage

3 Footnotes

4 References


[edit] Biography

Nothing is known of Robert's father, except that he was a landowner in Normandy.[2] An early modern historiographical tradition that he was the son of a Norman noble named Robert de Brus who came to England with William the Conqueror has been found to be without basis.[2]

Modern historians contend that Robert may have come from Brix, Manche, near Cherbourg in the Cotentin Peninsula, and came to Britain after King Henry I of England's conquest of Normandy (i.e: at the same time as Alan FitzFlaad, ancestor of the Stewart Royal Family). David fitz Malcolm (after 1124 King David I of Scotland), was present in France with King Henry and was granted much of the Cotentin Peninsula. It is suggested that Robert de Brus's presences and absences at Henry's court coincide with David's.

Robert de Brus went to Scotland, where the new King, David, made him Lord of Annandale in 1124,[3]. although there is scant evidence that this Robert took up residence on his Scottish estates.

After the death of King Henry, David turned against Henry's successor, King Stephen. As a result Robert de Brus and King David parted company, with Robert bitterly renouncing his homage to David before taking the English side at the Battle of the Standard.[4]

[edit] Marriage

Robert is said to have married twice: (1) Agnes, daughter of Geoffrey Bainard, sheriff of York and (2) Agnes, daughter and heiress of Fulk de Pagnall, Lord of Carleton, Yorkshire[5][6]

There were two sons, but it is unclear by which spouse:

Robert de Brus, 2nd Lord of Annandale, who inherited the Lordship of Annandale.

Adam de Brus, whose descendants continued to hold lands in England as Lords of Skelton. When Peter de Brus III, last Bruce Lord of Skelton, died in 1272, his sisters were co-heiresses. One of them, Laderia, carried Carleton to her marriage with John de Bellew, whose daughter, Sybil married Sir Miles de Stapleton (k. 1314, at the Battle of Bannockburn), whose family were subsequently designated "of Carleton".[7][8] This appears to confirm the de Brus and de Pagnall of Carleton connection. Sir Miles Stapleton's son and heir, Sir Gilbert (d. 1321) married Agnes, daughter of Bryan FitzAlan, Lord FitzAlan,[9] and a granddaughter of Devorguilla of Galloway (d. 1290) wife of John de Balliol, Lord of Barnard Castle, whose son was King John of Scotland.[10]

[edit] Footnotes

1.^ Sherlock, Stephen. "Gisborough Priory: Information for Teachers" English Heritage. 2001. 1 Oct 2008.

2.^ a b Duncan, ODNB

3.^ Donaldson, Gordon, Scottish Historical Documents, Edinburgh, 1970, ISBN 7011-1604-8 :19, "David by the grace of God King of Scots, to all his barons, men, and friends, French and English, greeting. Know ye that I have given and granted to Robert de Brus Estrahanent (i.e: Annandale) and all the land from the boundary of Randolph Meschin; and I will and grant that he should hold and have that land and its castle well and honourably with all its customs," &c. This is a new charter and not a reconfirmation.

4.^ Burton, John Hill, The History of Scotland, New revised edition, Edinburgh, 1876, vol.1, p.437

5.^ Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford, 1904 (online version available Duncan, ODNB

6.^ Burke (1883) p.80

7.^ Burke (1883) p.504

8.^ Foster, Joseph, The Dictionary of Heraldry - Feudal Coats of Arms and Pedigrees, London, 1989 (reprint of 1902 original), p.180-1

9.^ Richardson, Douglas, Plantagenet Ancestry, Baltimore, Md., 2004, p.682, ISBN 0-8063-1750-7

10.^ Norcliffe, Charles Best, of Langton, MA., editor, The Visitation of Yorkshire in the years 1563-64 by William Flower, Esq., Norroy King of Arms, London, 1881, p.295.

[edit] References

Duncan, A.A.M., 'de Brus, Robert (I), Lord of Annandale (d. 1142)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004, doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/3748. Retrieved 28 October 2008.

Oram, Richard, David: The King Who Made Scotland, (Gloucestershire, 2004)

Preceded by

New Creation Lord of Annandale

1113 x 1124-1138 Succeeded by

Robert II de Brus

-------------------- SOURCES:

GENEALOGY: Royal Ancestors of Magna Charta Barons; Page; 226; G929.72;

C6943ra; Denver Public Library; Genealogy

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Agnès Pagnel of Carlton's Timeline

1050
1050
Europe
1076
1076
Barnstaple, Devon, England or St. Clair-sur-Elle, Normandie, West Francia (now France)
1091
1091
Age 15
Normandy, , Normandy, France
1103
1103
Age 27
Annandale, Dumfries, Scotland
1105
1105
Age 29
Skelton Castle, Yorkshire, England
1105
Age 29
Skelton Castle, Yorkshire, England
1107
1107
Age 31
Carrick, Argyllshire, Scotland
1135
1135
Age 59
Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
1140
1140
Age 64
Scotland
1170
1170
Age 94
Skelton, Middleham, Yorkshire, England