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Geoffrey I de Mandeville, Sire of Essex, Constable of the Tower of London

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Birthplace: Mandeville (Magna Villa), Eure, Haute Normandie, France
Death: Died in Westminster, Middlesex, England
Place of Burial: ?? (source? ) Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex
Immediate Family:

Son of Ernulf de Mandeville and Alice (Angleterre) de Mandeville
Husband of Lesceline de Mandeville; Unknown de Mandeville and Adeliza (Adélaïs, Athelaise) (Alice) NN
Father of William I de Mandeville, Sire of Essex, Constable of the Tower of London; Beatrice Mandeville de Boulogne; Geoffrey de Mandeville; Walter de Mandeville; Robert De Mandeville and 2 others

Occupation: Comte, d'Essex, Justicier, de la Tour de Londres, Constable of the Tower, Constable of the Tower of London
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GEOFFREY de Mandeville (-after 1104). “…Josfridi de Magna Villa…” witnessed the charter dated to [1070/75] under which William I King of England donated Plumstead to St Augustine´s, Canterbury[489]. “Godefridus de Magnavilla” founded Hurley Priory, Berkshire, for the souls of “uxoris meæ Lecelinæ…Athalaisæ primæ uxoris meæ, matris filiorum meorum iam defunctæ”, by undated charter witnessed by “Lecelina domina uxor mea, Willielmus de Magnavilla…”[490]. "…Goffridum de Mannavilla…" witnessed the charter under which William I King of England confirmed the rights of Ely abbey[491]. He held the manors of Great Waltham, Saffron Walden, High Easter and Pleshey, in Essex, as well as other manors in other counties in Domesday Book[492]. A charter dated 1104 records donations to the abbey of Saint-Sauveur by "Nigellus presbyter de Geroville et Rogerus frater eius et Briennius filius ipsius", witnessed by "Rogero de Magnevilla et Gaufrido fratre suo…"[493].

m firstly ADELAIS, daughter of --- (-before [1085]). “Godefridus de Magnavilla” founded Hurley Priory, Berkshire, for the souls of “…Athalaisæ primæ uxoris meæ, matris filiorum meorum iam defunctæ”, by undated charter[494].

m secondly (before [1085]) LESCELINE, daughter of ---. “Godefridus de Magnavilla” founded Hurley Priory, Berkshire, for the souls of “uxoris meæ Lecelinæ…”, by undated charter witnessed by “Lecelina domina uxor mea, Willielmus de Magnavilla…”[495].

Geoffrey & his first wife had four children:

a) WILLIAM de Mandeville (-[1116][496]). “Godefridus de Magnavilla” founded Hurley Priory, Berkshire, for the souls of “uxoris meæ Lecelinæ…”, by undated charter witnessed by “Lecelina domina uxor mea, Willielmus de Magnavilla…”[497]. ”Walterus de Gant, filius et hæres Gisilberti de Gant” restored Bardney Abbey in 1115, witnessed by “Roberto de ---, Willielmo nepote meo constabulario Cestriæ, Willielmo de Mandevill…”[498]. m ([1100/05]) as her first husband, MARGUERITE, daughter of EUDES de Rie, dapifer, of Colchester, Essex & his wife Rohese ---. The Genealogia Fundatoris of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names “Margareta” as daughter of “Eudoni dapifero Regis Normanniæ”, adding that she married “Willielmo de Mandavill” by whom she was mother of “Gaufridi filii comitis Essexiæ et iure matris Normanniæ dapifer”[499]. According to the Complete Peerage, this genealogy is “probably erroneous” but it does not explain the basis for the doubts[500]. She married secondly ([1116/19]) Otuell. This second marriage is suggested by the charter dated [1141/42] under which Empress Matilda made various grants of property including a grant to "Willelmo filio Otuel fratri…Comitis Gaufredi"[501]. The only contemporary Ottiwell who has so far been identified was Ottiwell FitzHugh, illegitimate son of Hugh Earl of Chester. William & his wife had [three] children:

i) GEOFFREY ([1100/05]-Mildenhall, Suffolk 14 or 16 Sep 1144, bur 1163 New Temple Church). The Genealogia Fundatoris of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names “Gaufridi filii comitis Essexiæ et iure matris Normanniæ dapifer” as son of “Willielmo de Mandavill” and his wife “Margareta”[502]. He was created Earl of Essex in 1140 and 1141.

ii) BEATRIX ([1105]-[Rickling, Essex] 19 Apr [1197 or before], bur Walden Abbey). A manuscript listing property of Walden abbey states, quoting a charter of Stephen King of England dated 1147, that “sororem suam…Beatricem” (referring to "Galfridus Essexiæ comes") married "Hugoni Talebot" from whom she was divorced and secondly "Willielmo de Saye"[503]. She became the heiress of her nephew William de Mandeville Earl of Essex, her son by her second husband, Geoffrey, being allowed to occupy her place in view of her age[504]. The History of the foundation of Walden abbey records that “Beatrix de Mandavilla domina de Say, soror Galfridi primi, fundatoris, et amita Willielmi” succeeded her nephew[505]. The History of the foundation of Walden abbey records the death in 1200 of “Beatrix de Say, soror fundatoris nostri et uxor Willielmi de Say” and her burial in the abbey[506]. m firstly (divorced) HUGH Talbot, son of [RICHARD Talbot & his wife Amicie de Gournay]. m secondly WILLIAM de Say, son of [JORDAN de Say & his wife Lucy de Rumilly] (-[1155][507]). He fought with his brother-in-law at the siege of Burwell Castle in Aug 1144.

iii) [ALICE . Round suggests Alice´s parentage and marriage based on a charter in which "Adelid" Capra names William Earl of Essex as her "nepos"[508]. m WILLIAM "Capra", son of ---. Empress Matilda made various grants of property by charter dated to [1141/42] including a grant of "terram patris sui" to "Willelmus Cap´"[509].]

b) WALTER . He held the manor of Broomfield, Essex from his father in 1086[510]. m ---. The name of Walter´s wife is not known. Walter & his wife had [one possible child]:

i) [WILLIAM . m ---. The name of William´s wife is not known. William & his wife had three children:

(a) WALTER de Mandeville . m firstly ADELISA, daughter of ---. m secondly MIRABEL, daughter of OGER of Broomfield & his wife ---.

(b) GILBERT . He succeeded his brother Walter[511].

(c) GEOFFREY FitzWilliam de Mandeville (-after 1200). [512]m MATILDA, daughter of JOHN de Bidun & his wife Alice Mauduit. Geoffrey & his wife had one child:

(1) WILLIAM . m OLIVA, daughter of --- Beauchamp & his wife ---. Heiress of the Beauchamp family of Eaton.

c) RICHARD . The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.

d) BEATRIX . William I King of England confirmed the donations in Balham and Walton by "Godfrey son of Count Eustace on behalf of his wife Beatrice, with the consent of Geoffrey de Mandeville", by charter dated to [1076/84][513]. m ([1076/85]) GEOFFROY de Boulogne of Carshalton, illegitimate son of EUSTACHE [II] Comte de Boulogne & his mistress --- (-after 1100).

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Geoffrey de Mandeville (11th century)

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Geoffrey de Mandeville (d. c. 1100) was Constable of the Tower of London. His surname comes from the town of (Thil-)Manneville (Magnavilla, Mannevilla)[1] or Magna Villa near Valognes in Manche on the Cotentin Peninsula.[2]

An important Domesday tenant-in-chief, de Mandeville was one of the great magnates of the reign of William the Conqueror. William granted him large estates, primarily in Essex, but in ten other shires as well. He served as sheriff in London and Middlesex, and perhaps also in Essex, and in Hertfordshire.

He married firstly Athelaise (Adeliza), by whom he had a son William, and a daughter Beatrix (Beatrice), and possibly others. He married secondly Lescelina, by whom he had no children. About 1085 he and Lescelina founded Hurley as a cell of Westminster.

His lands were inherited by his son William de Mandeville. His daughter Beatrix (Beatrice) was the wife of Geoffrey, whom some have speculated was a natural son of Eustache II, count of Boulogne.

References

  1. ^ “The Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families”, Lewis Christopher Loyd, Charles Travis Clay, David Charles Douglas.
  2. ^ "The Battle Abbey Roll", Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina Powlett, Duchess of Cleveland.
   * Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis, Line 158A-23.

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The succession of Geoffrey de Mandeville (fn. 61) to the estates of Ansgar the Staller explains his position as one of the largest landowners in Middlesex. Out of a total of 99 hides valued at £112 5s. he held in succession to Ansgar and his men 82 hides 2 virgates. His 10-hide manor of Ebury (65) he seems to have acquired from William the Chamberlain, and the balance was made up of a number of small estates held in some instances by unknown predecessors. He also held as under-tenant of the Archbishop of Canterbury 2 hides in Elthorne Hundred (5).

His estates were spread over eleven counties (fn. 62) but Surrey is the only county where none of his lands had belonged to Ansgar or his men. (fn. 63) In Northamptonshire his entire estate and in Warwickshire 30 out of 31 hides had been held by Ansgar; in Cambridgeshire the whole had belonged to Ansgar's homines; while in Essex about half of Geoffrey's estate had been taken over from Ansgar. (fn. 64)

Although Geoffrey de Mandeville is particularly associated with Essex, (fn. 65) in which county his fief was larger than that of any layman except Count Eustace, his connexion with Middlesex was hardly less close. He seems quite early (c. 1067) to have been given the office of Sheriff of London and Middlesex, (fn. 66) to which was later added the sheriffdoms of Hertfordshire and Essex. He is a good example of the post-Conquest baronial sheriff who was usually a magnate and obtained, by virtue of his office, the dominant influence within the shire.

That Geoffrey de Mandeville could claim to rank among the greater magnates is demonstrated by the fact that his daughter was considered a fit match for Geoffrey the son of Count Eustace. (fn. 67) His wealth and office made him one of the most influential barons of the south-east and explain why his grandson and more famous namesake was created Earl of Essex by King Stephen.

The first Geoffrey de Mandeville was generous in his gifts to religious houses. (fn. 68) According to Westminster traditions he gave the manor of Eye [Ebury] to that abbey in memory of his first wife Athelais whose death occurred before 1086. (fn. 69) Apart from these alienations, his Domesday fief seems to have passed intact to his son William and his grandson Geoffrey the first earl.

On the death of William the third earl in 1189 there was no male heir and since his next of kin, his aunt Beatrice, sister of the first earl and widow of William de Say, was about 90 years of age she appears to have made over her claim to her younger son Geoffrey de Say. He, however, failed to pay the fine or relief which he had promised and was deprived of the fief which was secured by Geoffrey fitz Peter, husband of another Beatrice de Say, daughter of Geoffrey de Say's elder brother.

Geoffrey fitz Peter who was made Earl of Essex is said to have secured the whole of Earl William's fief. (fn. 70) In a return of 1235–6 (fn. 71) Enfield, Northolt, Greenford, and Mimms (included in Edmonton in Domesday) constitute that part of the honor of Mandeville which lay in Middlesex, but the largest of the Domesday manors, Edmonton (with Mimms detached), formed part of the 'barony of William de Say'.

In the return of 1242–3 (fn. 72) Northolt, Enfield, and Mimms are in the hands of the Earl of Hereford, for the honor of Mandeville had, on the death of Geoffrey fitz Peter's grandson William passed to his sister Maud, wife of Humphrey de Bohun.

Edmonton is again entered as belonging to the barony of Say. In the accounts of the earldom of Essex and the barony of Say in the Complete Peerage (fn. 73) no reference is made to a partition of the Mandeville estates after Earl William's death in 1189 but it is clear that some unrecorded arrangement must have been made.

When in 1214 Geoffrey de Say, son of the man who had secured the Mandeville honor for a time in 1190, claimed the lands of Earl William from Geoffrey fitz Peter's son, the latter stated among other things that he did not hold the whole of Earl William's honor. He said that Aubrey de Vere, Earl of Oxford, was holding Digswell (Herts.) and Geoffrey de Say the claimant was in possession of the manors of Sawbridgeworth (Herts.), and Edmonton, all of which rightly belonged to the honor. (fn. 74)

It would appear, therefore, that the elder Geoffrey de Say was able to retain at least two valuable manors when he was deprived of most of Earl William's lands and that Geoffrey fitz Peter did not secure the whole honor.

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GEOFFREY de Mandeville (-after 1104). “…Josfridi de Magna Villa…” witnessed the charter dated to [1070/75] under which William I King of England donated Plumstead to St Augustine´s, Canterbury[489]. “Godefridus de Magnavilla” founded Hurley Priory, Berkshire, for the souls of “uxoris meæ Lecelinæ…Athalaisæ primæ uxoris meæ, matris filiorum meorum iam defunctæ”, by undated charter witnessed by “Lecelina domina uxor mea, Willielmus de Magnavilla…”[490]. "…Goffridum de Mannavilla…" witnessed the charter under which William I King of England confirmed the rights of Ely abbey[491]. He held the manors of Great Waltham, Saffron Walden, High Easter and Pleshey, in Essex, as well as other manors in other counties in Domesday Book[492]. A charter dated 1104 records donations to the abbey of Saint-Sauveur by "Nigellus presbyter de Geroville et Rogerus frater eius et Briennius filius ipsius", witnessed by "Rogero de Magnevilla et Gaufrido fratre suo…"[493].

m firstly ADELAIS, daughter of --- (-before [1085]). “Godefridus de Magnavilla” founded Hurley Priory, Berkshire, for the souls of “…Athalaisæ primæ uxoris meæ, matris filiorum meorum iam defunctæ”, by undated charter[494].

m secondly (before [1085]) LESCELINE, daughter of ---. “Godefridus de Magnavilla” founded Hurley Priory, Berkshire, for the souls of “uxoris meæ Lecelinæ…”, by undated charter witnessed by “Lecelina domina uxor mea, Willielmus de Magnavilla…”[495].

Geoffrey & his first wife had four children:

a) WILLIAM de Mandeville (-[1116][496]). “Godefridus de Magnavilla” founded Hurley Priory, Berkshire, for the souls of “uxoris meæ Lecelinæ…”, by undated charter witnessed by “Lecelina domina uxor mea, Willielmus de Magnavilla…”[497]. ”Walterus de Gant, filius et hæres Gisilberti de Gant” restored Bardney Abbey in 1115, witnessed by “Roberto de ---, Willielmo nepote meo constabulario Cestriæ, Willielmo de Mandevill…”[498]. m ([1100/05]) as her first husband, MARGUERITE, daughter of EUDES de Rie, dapifer, of Colchester, Essex & his wife Rohese ---. The Genealogia Fundatoris of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names “Margareta” as daughter of “Eudoni dapifero Regis Normanniæ”, adding that she married “Willielmo de Mandavill” by whom she was mother of “Gaufridi filii comitis Essexiæ et iure matris Normanniæ dapifer”[499]. According to the Complete Peerage, this genealogy is “probably erroneous” but it does not explain the basis for the doubts[500]. She married secondly ([1116/19]) Otuell. This second marriage is suggested by the charter dated [1141/42] under which Empress Matilda made various grants of property including a grant to "Willelmo filio Otuel fratri…Comitis Gaufredi"[501]. The only contemporary Ottiwell who has so far been identified was Ottiwell FitzHugh, illegitimate son of Hugh Earl of Chester. William & his wife had [three] children:

i) GEOFFREY ([1100/05]-Mildenhall, Suffolk 14 or 16 Sep 1144, bur 1163 New Temple Church). The Genealogia Fundatoris of Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire names “Gaufridi filii comitis Essexiæ et iure matris Normanniæ dapifer” as son of “Willielmo de Mandavill” and his wife “Margareta”[502]. He was created Earl of Essex in 1140 and 1141.

ii) BEATRIX ([1105]-[Rickling, Essex] 19 Apr [1197 or before], bur Walden Abbey). A manuscript listing property of Walden abbey states, quoting a charter of Stephen King of England dated 1147, that “sororem suam…Beatricem” (referring to "Galfridus Essexiæ comes") married "Hugoni Talebot" from whom she was divorced and secondly "Willielmo de Saye"[503]. She became the heiress of her nephew William de Mandeville Earl of Essex, her son by her second husband, Geoffrey, being allowed to occupy her place in view of her age[504]. The History of the foundation of Walden abbey records that “Beatrix de Mandavilla domina de Say, soror Galfridi primi, fundatoris, et amita Willielmi” succeeded her nephew[505]. The History of the foundation of Walden abbey records the death in 1200 of “Beatrix de Say, soror fundatoris nostri et uxor Willielmi de Say” and her burial in the abbey[506]. m firstly (divorced) HUGH Talbot, son of [RICHARD Talbot & his wife Amicie de Gournay]. m secondly WILLIAM de Say, son of [JORDAN de Say & his wife Lucy de Rumilly] (-[1155][507]). He fought with his brother-in-law at the siege of Burwell Castle in Aug 1144.

iii) [ALICE . Round suggests Alice´s parentage and marriage based on a charter in which "Adelid" Capra names William Earl of Essex as her "nepos"[508]. m WILLIAM "Capra", son of ---. Empress Matilda made various grants of property by charter dated to [1141/42] including a grant of "terram patris sui" to "Willelmus Cap´"[509].]

b) WALTER . He held the manor of Broomfield, Essex from his father in 1086[510]. m ---. The name of Walter´s wife is not known. Walter & his wife had [one possible child]:

i) [WILLIAM . m ---. The name of William´s wife is not known. William & his wife had three children:

(a) WALTER de Mandeville . m firstly ADELISA, daughter of ---. m secondly MIRABEL, daughter of OGER of Broomfield & his wife ---.

(b) GILBERT . He succeeded his brother Walter[511].

(c) GEOFFREY FitzWilliam de Mandeville (-after 1200). [512]m MATILDA, daughter of JOHN de Bidun & his wife Alice Mauduit. Geoffrey & his wife had one child:

(1) WILLIAM . m OLIVA, daughter of --- Beauchamp & his wife ---. Heiress of the Beauchamp family of Eaton.

c) RICHARD . The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.

d) BEATRIX . William I King of England confirmed the donations in Balham and Walton by "Godfrey son of Count Eustace on behalf of his wife Beatrice, with the consent of Geoffrey de Mandeville", by charter dated to [1076/84][513]. m ([1076/85]) GEOFFROY de Boulogne of Carshalton, illegitimate son of EUSTACHE [II] Comte de Boulogne & his mistress --- (-after 1100).

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Geoffrey de Mandeville (11th century)

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Geoffrey de Mandeville (d. c. 1100) was Constable of the Tower of London. His surname comes from the town of (Thil-)Manneville (Magnavilla, Mannevilla)[1] or Magna Villa near Valognes in Manche on the Cotentin Peninsula.[2]

An important Domesday tenant-in-chief, de Mandeville was one of the great magnates of the reign of William the Conqueror. William granted him large estates, primarily in Essex, but in ten other shires as well. He served as sheriff in London and Middlesex, and perhaps also in Essex, and in Hertfordshire.

He married firstly Athelaise (Adeliza), by whom he had a son William, and a daughter Beatrix (Beatrice), and possibly others. He married secondly Lescelina, by whom he had no children. About 1085 he and Lescelina founded Hurley as a cell of Westminster.

His lands were inherited by his son William de Mandeville. His daughter Beatrix (Beatrice) was the wife of Geoffrey, whom some have speculated was a natural son of Eustache II, count of Boulogne.

References

 1. ^ “The Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families”, Lewis Christopher Loyd, Charles Travis Clay, David Charles Douglas.
 2. ^ "The Battle Abbey Roll", Catherine Lucy Wilhelmina Powlett, Duchess of Cleveland.
  * Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis, Line 158A-23.

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Geoffrey I de Mandeville aka de Mandeville

Born 1036 in Manneville - Seine Inferieure - Normandy - Francemap Son of Ernulf Mandeville and Alice d (Angleterre) England [sibling(s) unknown] Husband of UNKNOWN Lesceline — married [date unknown] [location unknown] Husband of Adeliza Balts — married 1061 in Great Waltham, Essex, Englandmap Father of Beatrice Mandeville, William de Mandeville, Miss de Mandeville and Geoffrey Mandeville Died 1087 in Rycott - Oxfordshire - Englandmap Profile managers: Jacques Pictet private message [send private message] and Katherine Patterson private message [send private message] This page has been accessed 565 times. Nominate for Profile of the Week by posting the link http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Mandeville-11 in our G+ Community. Vote by clicking the +1 button above.

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Geoffrey I de Mandeville, Sire of Essex, Constable of the Tower of London's Timeline

1036
1036
Mandeville (Magna Villa), Eure, Haute Normandie, France
1054
1054
Age 18
Great Waltham, Essex, England
1061
1061
Age 25
Rycott,,Oxfordshire,England
1064
1064
Age 28
Rycott, Oxfordshire, England
1066
1066
Age 30
Great Waltham, Essex, England
1070
1070
Age 34
1085
1085
Age 49
Westminster, Middlesex, England
1085
Age 49
?? (source? ) Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex
1098
1098
Age 49
Of,Elmley,Kent,England
1933
May 13, 1933
Age 49