Gilbert de Bereham
|Death:||Died in Barham, Kent, England|
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In the chaper library at canterbury is the original charter by which "Gilebertus filius Warini de Berham granted to the prior and convent of Christchurch Canterbury a rent-charge upon a portion of his lands at Berham "for the lights and other uses of the alter of the blessed mary in the nave of that church" the charter is not dated. Among witnesses are Thomas de Ocholte, Ralph de Berham, and Robert de Hamme.
1243 Calender of Patent Rolls 28 Henry III - SAC pg113 - dated 26 nov 1243 "Pardon to Gilbert de bereham for the death of Richard de Tapinton whom he killed my disadventure with a lance in justing; on condition that he make his peace with the relatives and stand is trial if anyone will proceed against him. Mandate of Sheriff of Kent to permit him to remain in his bailiwick to restore to him any goods he may have taken.
1246 Feet of Fines Kent 39 Henry III - SAC pg114 - Gilbert de Berham and Lucy his wife were parties to several fines of lands in Barham and the neighbourhood between 1246 and 1249. Gilbrt died before 24 Jul 1255 on which date Lucy his widow was the wife of Henry de Berham.