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Enguerrand (Ingelram) de Fiennes, seigneur de Fiennes, baron de Tingry et Ruminghen

Also Known As: "Ingelram /de Fiennes/"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Tolleshunt, Essex, England
Death: 1265 (72-73)
Manor of Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England
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Son of Guillaume, seigneur de Fiennes et de Tingry and Agnes de Dammartin
Husband of Isabelle de Condé, dame de Morialmé
Father of Reginald de Fiennes; Robert I de Fiennes, Seigneur de Heuchin; Enguerrand de Fiennes; Guillaume Ii de Fiennes, baron de Tingry, Lord of Wendover; Maude de Fiennes and 2 others
Brother of Michel de Fiennes; Baudouin de Fiennes; William de Fiennes and Mahaut de Fiennes, dame de Heuchin

Occupation: seigneur de Fiennes, baron de Tingry et Ruminghen
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ENGUERRAND [II] de Fiennes, son of GUILLAUME [I] Seigneur de Fiennes & his wife Agnes de Dammartin (before 1 Jan 1203-after 18 Jul 1267). “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…"[635].

m ISABELLE de Condé, daughter of NICOLAS Seigneur de Condé et de Bailleul & his wife Elisabeth de Morialmes. Enguerrand [II] & his wife had four children:

1. GUILLAUME [II] de Fiennes (-killed in battle Courtrai 11 Jul 1302). An enquiry in 1267 adjudged property of “Philippus olim comes Bolonie et...Matildis” to “Matheus comes Domni-Martini, domini Guillelmus de Fienes, Baldoinus de Fienes, Michael de Fienes, Ingerannus de Pinquegniaco et Renaudus de Pinquegniaco, heredes comitisse Matildis Bolonie”[636]. “Willaume chevalier sires de Fienles” approved an exchange of property between Notre-Dame de Licques and “me sire Ingheran de Journi”, for the souls of “mi, de dame Blanche me feme...”, by charter dated 14 Jun 1276[637]. The Chronique Artésienne records “mesires de Fiennes” among those killed at the battle of Courtrai 11 Jul 1302[638]. m (contract 18 Jan [1266 or 1267], before Feb [1266 or 1267]) BLANCHE de Brienne, daughter of JEAN de Brienne dit d’Acre & his first wife Jeanne de Châteaudun (-after 8 Oct 1285). A charter dated 18 Jan 1266 records an agreement between "Jean d’Acre bouteiller de France" and "Robert de Drous" under which the former gave revenue from the manor of Louplande to "damoiselle Blanche sa fille"[639]. Dame de Loupelande. "Jean fils le roy de Jérusalem" notified his promise to "monseigneur Enguerran seigneur de Fieules el nom de Guillaume son aisné fils mary damoiselle Blanche nostre fille" relating to revenue from Louplande by charter dated Feb 1266 (presumably O.S.)[640]. “Willaume chevalier sires de Fienles” approved an exchange of property between Notre-Dame de Licques and “me sire Ingheran de Journi”, for the souls of “mi, de dame Blanche me feme...”, by charter dated 14 Jun 1276[641]. An “order to cause Blanche wife of William de Fenes to have in [the] forest [of Selewode] twelve leafless stumps for her fuel, as the king’s gift” is dated 8 Oct 1285[642]. Guillaume [II] & his wife had [six] children:

a) JEAN de Fiennes (-after 1333). Châtelain de Bourbourg. Seigneur de Tingry. m (after 1307) ISABELLE de Flandre, daughter of GUY Count of Flanders & his second wife Isabelle de Luxembourg Ctss of Namur (-1323). Jean & his wife had [six] children:

i) ROBERT de Fiennes ([1308/09]-[1384]). "Robers seigneur de Fienles et chastellainde Saint Aumer à cause de nostre...compaigne chastellaine dudit lieu" confirmed exemptions by charter dated 19 Jul 1353[643]. m firstly BEATRIX de Gavre Dame de Fauquemberghes et Châtelaine de Saint-Omer, daughter of RASSO [XV] Heer van Gavre & his wife Eléonore de Saint-Omer ([1300]-before 12 Dec 1363). An order of parlement dated 1365, relating to a dispute concerning the county of Faucquemberghe and châtellenie of Saint-Omer, records that "Guillelmus comes Falsibergensis et castellanus S. Audomari" had married "quandam filiam comitis tunc Guinarum", by whom he had "filius…Guillelmus et…filia Mathildis", that their son Guillaume had married "filiam domini de Varenis" and had "filia…Alienor" who married "domino de Gaure" by whom she had "Beatrix uxor quondam dicti defensoris [=Roberto domino de Fienlis consanguineo nostro constabulario Franciæ]", and that Mathilde had married "castellano eo tempore de Bellomonte (nomine Balduino) patre Florencii quondam comitis dicti loci patris dicti actoris [=Sansone de Bellomonte milite comite Falsibergensi]"[644]. m secondly (before 1365) as her second husband, MARGUERITE de Melun, widow of JEAN de Noyers Comte de Joigny, daughter of JEAN [II] de Melun Vicomte de Melun, Comte de Tancarville & his wife Jeanne Crespin (-1 Apr


). The necrology of the Abbaye du Jard records the death "Kal Apr" of "domine Margarete de Meleduno condam domnina de Fiennez et comitissa de Joygniaco" and her donation[645].

ii) JEANNE de Fiennes (-after 3 Jun 1353). The marriage contract between “monsieur Iean comte de S. Pol” and “mademoiselle Ieanne fille de monsieur Iean seigneur de Fienlles” is dated Dec 1329[646]. A court register dated 23 Feb 1344 (O.S.?) record a claim by “comitem et comitissam Attrebatensem” and “Ioannem de Landas ac Ioannam eius uxorem comitissam Sancti Pauli, tenentem ballum Guidonis comitis Sancti Pauli dicta comitissæ Sancti Pauli filii”[647]. Her two marriages are confirmed by a judgment dated 7 Jan 1348 relating to a claim by “Ioannes Maleti miles et Lienordis de Sancto Paulo eius uxor” against “comitissam de Sancto Paulo et Ioannem de Landas militem eius maritum, ut habentes ballum liberorum Ioannis de Sancto Paulo ultimo defuncti fratris dictæ Lienordis”[648]. A parliamentary register dated 28 Feb 1356 (O.S.?) records a claim by “defunctam Beatricem de Sancto Paulo quondam dominam de Nigella” against “defunctum Ioannem de Landas...et eius uxorem, ut habentes ballum...comitis Sancti Pauli et aliorum liberorum dicti defuncti”, naming “domicella de Landas hæres dicti defuncti Ioannis”[649]. m firstly (contract Dec 1329) JEAN de Châtillon Comte de Saint-Pol, son of GUY [IV] de Châtillon Comte de Saint-Pol & his wife Marie de Bretagne (-before 1344). m secondly (before 23 Feb 1345) JEAN de Mortagne Seigneur de Landas et de Bouvignies, son of --- (-19 Dec 1356).

iii) MATHILDE de Fiennes . m JEAN de Bournonville Seigneur de Bournonville, son of HUGUES de Bournonville Seigneur de Bournonville & his wife Yolande de Leaulmes (-1360).

iv) AGNES de Fiennes (-[after 1355]). Nun at Messines. Berlière states that “il y avait en 1355 à Bourbourg une religieuse, fille de noble Jean de Fiennes, sœur d’Agnès religieuse de Messines”[650].

v) --- de Fiennes (-after 1355). Nun at Bourbourg. Berlière states that “il y avait en 1355 à Bourbourg une religieuse, fille de noble Jean de Fiennes, sœur d’Agnès religieuse de Messines”[651].

vi) [ISABELLE de Fiennes (before 1323-). Her two marriages are confirmed by the following: accounts dated 1349 record "Monsr. de Waurin qui a pris me dame qui fu femme monsr Will de Dossemer” for “le bail de le tere de Dourier...tenue du castel de Hesdin en fief”[652]. The primary source which confirms her family origin has not been identified. The date of her second marriage suggests that Isabelle was the daughter of Jean de Fiennes. Her first marriage is confirmed by accounts dated 1382 which name [her daughter] "madame Yolent de Mortaigne, dame du Quesnoy” for “[le] fief de Dourier, esqueu à ledite dame par le succession de monsr de Waurin jadis son frere”[653]. Brassart notes that Yolande de Mortagne married "Gossuin sire du Quesnoy et de Braffe chevalier, avec lequel elle vivait en 1371”[654]. m firstly GUILLAUME de Mortagne Seigneur de Dossemer, son of --- (-before 1349). m secondly ([1349]) ROBERT [V] de Wavrin Seigneur de Wavrin et de Lillers, son of ROBERT [IV] Seigneur de Wavrin & his wife --- (-[Apr 1360/20 Apr 1364]).]

b) ROBERT de Fiennes (-before 1365). Seigneur de Roubecq. Sénéchal de Poitou.

c) YOLANDE de Fiennes .

d) MARGUERITE de Fiennes (-1334). A manuscript narrating the foundation of Wigmore Abbey records that “Edmundus de Mortuomari…Rogeri de Mortuomari…secundogenitus” married “Margaretam…filiam domini Willielmi de Fendles de Hispania”, adding that she was “dominæ Alianoræ reginæ Angliæ…consanguineam”[655]. m EDMUND [I] de Mortimer of Wigmore, son of ROGER [IV] de Mortimer of Wigmore & his wife Matilda de Briouse (before 1251-Wigmore Castle 17 Jul 1304, bur Wigmore).

e) [JEANNE (-before 26 Oct 1309). The Complete Peerage comments that the wife of John Wake "is said to have been a daughter of Sir John FitzBernard of Kingsdown, Kent; but a medieval ped. roll calls her daughter of William de Fenes a Count in Spain"[656]. If the latter is correct, she would presumably have been the daughter of Guillaume [II] de Fiennes. m (before 24 Sep 1291) JOHN Wake, son of BALDWIN Wake & his second wife Hawise de Quincy ([1268]-before 10 Apr 1300). He was summoned to Parliament in 1295 whereby he is held to have become Lord Wake.]

f) [AGNES de Fiennes (-after 1 Jan 1318). Nun at Maubuisson. Accounts for 1318 record a payment to “suer Agnes de Fiennes nonnain de Maubuisson...pour certain moulins qui furent le segneur de Fiennes...” dated 1 Jan[657]. From a chronological point of view, it is more likely that Agnès was the daughter of Guillaume [II] de Fiennes than of his son Jean. The reference in the text to ownership of the mills in question in the past tense suggests that the previous holder may have been deceased at the time.]

2. MATHILDE de Fiennes (-6 Nov before 1298, bur Walden, Essex). The History of the foundation of Walden abbey names “Matilda de Fenis” as wife of “Humfridus de Boun comes Herefordiæ et Essexiæ”[658]. A manuscript which narrates the descents of the founders of Lanthony Abbey records that “Humfredus septimus de Bohun” married “Matildem de Fenes”, adding that she died “in festo S. Leonardi” and was buried “apud Waldene”[659]. An inspeximus dated 15 Jun 1275 records the dower promised by “William de Fenles lord of Fenles” to “Sir Humphrey de Boun” with “his sister Maud de Fenles in marriage”[660]. m (1275) HUMPHREY [VII] de Bohun Earl of Hereford & Essex, son of HUMPHREY [VI] de Bohun & his first wife Eleanor de Briouse of Abergavenny ([1249]-Pleshey 31 Dec 1298, bur Walden, Essex).

3. JEAN de Fiennes . Seigneur de Colemberg. m BEATRIX de Montegnies, daughter of ---.

4. ROBERT [I] de Fiennes . Père Anselme records his parentage (no other details)[661]. Seigneur de Heuchin. m --- Dame du Bois, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her family origin and marriage (no other details)[662]. Robert & his wife had three children:

a) ROBERT [II] de Fiennes . Père Anselme records his parentage (no other details)[663]. Seigneur de Heuchin. m --- de Jausse, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her family origin and marriage (no other details)[664]. Robert [II] & his wife had two children:

i) ROBERT [III] de Fiennes . Père Anselme records his parentage (no other details)[665]. Seigneur de Heuchin. m MARIE de Montagnies, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her family origin and marriage (no other details)[666].

ii) JACQUES de Fiennes . Père Anselme records his parentage (no other details)[667]. Seigneur de Plangnes. m BARBE de Raineval, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her family origin and marriage (no other details)[668].

b) HENRI de Fiennes . Père Anselme records his parentage and fief (no other details)[669]. Seigneur du Bois d’Esquerdes (inherited from his mother). m MARIE de Saint-Venant, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her family origin and marriage (no other details)[670]. Henri & his wife had two children:

i) HENRI [II] du Bois . Père Anselme records his parentage (no other details)[671]. Seigneur du Bois. m JACQUELINE Bauffremont, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her family origin (“Beaufremont”) and marriage (no other details)[672]. - SEIGNEURS du BOIS, COMTES de CHAUMONT, VICOMTES de FRUGES, MARQUIS de FIENNES[673].

ii) TRISTAN du Bois (-after 13 Jan 1384). Père Anselme records his parentage, noting documents dated 20 Nov 1383 and 13 Jan 1384 (N.S.) in which he was named[674]. Seigneur de Raincheval. m FLORISSE de Tormanil, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her family origin and marriage (no other details)[675]. Tristan & his wife had two children:

(a) JEAN du Bois dit Mansart . Père Anselme records his parentage (as “Mansart”) (no other details)[676]. Seigneur de Raincheval. m JEANNE de Créquy, daughter of [JEAN [III] Seigneur de Créquy & his wife Jeanne de Haverskerque. Père Anselme records her family origin and marriage (no other details)[677]. The chronology suggests that Jeanne was the daughter of Jean [III], considering the birth of her daughter, who had one child by her first husband who died before 1403 and more children by her second husband some of whom were probably born after [1420], estimated to [1380/85]. Jean & his wife had two children:

(1) PIERRE du Bois dit Morlet . Père Anselme records his parentage (no other details)[678]. Seigneur de Raincheval. - SEIGNEURS de RAINCHEVAL[679].

(2) JEANNE de Doudeauville ([1380/85?]-[after 14 Feb 1451?]). Dame de Garences, de Ponches, de Nouvion et de Caumartin. Père Anselme records her parentage and two marriages[680]. Her Bois/Fiennes family origin is confirmed by the 4 Jul 1444 marriage contract of her daughter Jeanne. The age of her son Colart recorded in 1420 suggests the date of her marriage. A register of the Parlement de Paris dated 1404 records a lawsuit brought by “Guillelmus de Estoutevilla dominus de Blainvilla ac Joanna de Dondeauvilla eius uxor” against “Nicolaum de Dondeauvilla dictum Gadifer scutiferum”, relating to the successions following the death 30 Nov 1343 of “defunctus Ioannes dominus de Dondeauvilla” leaving children “Ioannem, Nicolaum supradictum, Balduinum et Joannem dictum Gauvain” and the death 26 Apr 1383 of “Joannes de Dondeauvilla miles primogenitus” leaving “Joanna supradicta filia eius sola”, noting that the latter married firstly “Radulpho de Raineval filio Walerandi de Raineval militis” by whom she had an only son who died “post patrem in minori ætate” and secondly “Guillelmo præfato”[681]. Europäische Stammtafeln records that she died “1449†”[682]. However, a charter dated 2 Feb 1450 (O.S.?), connected with the marriage contract of her daughter Michelle, records promises made “feu Messire Guillaume d’Estouteville son…pere et par Madame sa mere, soit par lez de testament ou autrement”[683], in which her mother is not “feue”, in contrast to her father, suggesting that she may have been living at the time. m firstly RAOUL de Raineval, son of VALERAN de Raineval Seigneur de Raineval, de Fouilloy et de Fluy, Comte de Fauquemberghe & his wife Jeanne de Varennes (-before 1403). m secondly ([1403?]) as his second wife, GUILLAUME d'Estouteville Seigneur de Torcy, son of COLART d’Estouteville Seigneur de Torcy & his first wife Blanche de Blainville Dame de Blainville ([1379]-19 Nov 1449, bur Torcy).

(b) GAUCELIN du Bois (-after 3 Dec 1414). Père Anselme records his parentage, citing documents dated 24 Apr 1411 and 3 Dec 1414 in which he was named[684]. Seigneur de Raincheval. m BEATRIX de Roye, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her family origin and marriage (no other details)[685].

c) PAULUS de Fiennes . Père Anselme records his parentage (no other details)[686]. m MARIE, daughter of ---. Père Anselme records her marriage (no other details)[687].

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Earlier data __________

Was Civil War in time of Henry III

The line goes further back. When I get time, I'll continue to check it out & add what I can confirm. It is listed at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=chan83&id...

ID: P26622 Birth: 1192 in Conde, France _APID: 1,7249::109510975 1 Death: Age: 75 1267 _APID: 1,7249::109510975 1 Name: *INGELRAM ENGUERRAND II DE FIENNES _APID: 1,7249::109510975 1 Sex: M 2

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Father: *GUILLAUME WILLIAM DE FIENNES SHERIFF OF WENDOVER SIR LORD BARON b: 1160 in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England Mother: *AGNES DE MELLO DEDAMMARTIN b: 1185 in Dampmartin, I-de-F, France

Marriage 1 *ISABEL DE CONDE b: 1210 in of Bucks, England

Children

   Has Children *WILLIAM II DE FIENNES BARON TINGRY b: 1245 in Wendover, Bucks, England
   Has No Children Maud De Fiennes b: 1246
   Has No Children Giles De Fiennes Sir b: 1250 in Wendover Manor, Bucks, England

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Enguerrand II de Fiennes, baron de Tingry et Ruminghen's Timeline

1192
1192
Tolleshunt, Essex, England
1220
1220
Buckshire,England
1233
1233
Lot-Et-Garonne, Aquitaine, France
1235
1235
France
1240
1240
1245
1245
Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England
1254
1254
Wendover, Buckinghamshire, England
1265
1265
Age 73
Buckinghamshire, England
1833
November 11, 1833
Age 73