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Ivo Pantulf, 3rd Feudal Baron of Wem

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Birthplace: Wemme, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Death: after circa 1175
Wem, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Pantulf, 2nd Feudal Baron of Wem and Unknown wife NN
Husband of Unknown 1st wife and Alicia de Verdun
Father of Hugo Pantulf, 4th feudal baron of Wem; Hamelin Pantulf; Brice Pantulf; William II Pantulf, seigneur d'Emiéville and Norman Pantulf
Brother of Alexander Pantulf

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About Ivo Pantulf, 3rd Feudal Baron of Wem

Ivo Pantulf

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Ivo Pantulf was an Anglo-Norman nobleman and feudal baron of Wem in Shropshire.

Pantulf was the son of Robert Pantulf, who was lord of Wem.[1] He was probably born around 1114.[2]

Pantulf is the witness on a document from Nicholas de Stafford to Kenilworth Priory in October 1130.[3] He was a witness on a royal charter in 1137 or 1138.[2]

Pantulf became lord of Wem on his father's death, which occurred sometime before 1137 or 1138.[1] His holding of the lordship of Wem is considered to have made him the third Baron of Wem.[4]

Pantulf gave lands to Shrewsbury Abbey between 1141 and 1155.[3] He also gave lands to Combermere Abbey in the same period.[2] He witnessed a few more charters between 1152 and 1160. Late in his life he gave land to Haughmond Abbey.[3]

Pantulf married twice. From his first marriage, he had three sons – Hugh, Hamelin, and Brice. The second marriage was to Alicia de Verdun,[1] either the daughter of Bertram II de Verdun and sister of Norman de Verdun of Alton Castle[5] or the daughter of Norman de Verdun. He had two more sons – William and Norman – from his second marriage.[1]

Pantulf died in 1175. His lands at Wem and its lordship went to his son Hugh.[1]

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from fmgMedlands

IVO Pantulf, son of [ROBERT Pantulf & his wife ---] (-after [1175/76]). Eyton records that Robert had a son named Ivo, ancestor of the later Pantulf family, but he does not cite the primary source on which the information is based[30]. Ivo’s date of death indicates that he was not the same person as Ivo, son of William Pantulf. "…Ivo Pantulf…" witnessed the charter dated to [1130] under which "Nicolaus filius Roberti de Stafford et Robertus primogenitus et heres meus" donated "ecclesiam Sancti Wlfadi de Stanis" to Kenilworth priory[31]. A charter of King Henry III dated 4 Apr 1266 records donations to Cumbermere, including the donation of “Clivam” made by “Yvonis Pantulph et Bricii filii sui”[32]. "Ivo Pantul" donated "terram…Hida…ad manerium Hales" to Haughmond abbey, with the consent of "Willielmi filii Alani", by undated charter (dated to [1175/76]) witnessed by "Ivone capellano, Alexandro fratre meo, Waltero Meverello, Radulpho Diablo"[33]. The 1175/76 Pipe Roll records "Willelmus Purcel et Gaudefridus de Codewalton homines Yvonis Pantolf" accounting in Staffordshire[34]. [m firstly ---. No direct confirmation has been found of this supposed first marriage. However, the charter quoted below which names Ivo’s wife Alice names her two sons, which suggests that Ivo’s oldest son and heir was not her son.]

 

m [secondly] ALICE de Verdun, daughter of [NORMAN de Verdun & his wife Lesceline de Clinton]. Her marriage is confirmed by the undated charter under which "Normannus Panton" confirmed to "Ranulpho de Tetesworth" the rights granted by "Alicia de Verdon mater mea, consensu Willi Panton fratis mei" in "villa de Rudierd"[35]. Her precise parentage is not known, but both the chronology and the name of her son suggest that Alice was probably the daughter of Norman de Verdun.

Ivo & his [first] wife had three children: 1. HUGH Pantulf (-before 28 Dec 1224). Eyton records that Hugh Pantulf confirmed his father’s donation to Shrewsbury abbey, with his wife Christiana, by charter dated to the early 13th century, witnessed by "Robert Corbet and his son Robert, Ivo Pantulf…"[36]. Sheriff of Shropshire 1179-1189. A charter, dated to the end of King Henry II’s reign, records the sale of "terram…de Wogheresforlong et de Dorfaut" (presumably dated to [1176/79]), in the presence of "Hugone Pantun, Hamelino fratre eius, Bricio fratre eius", its later donation to Haughmond abbey and a subsequent dispute, witnessed by "…Hugone Panton tunc vicecomitis…"[37]. "Herveius Bagot" reached agreement with "Thomam de Erdinton", including releasing the latter from marrying "filiæ primogenitæ nostræ Hawisiæ, vel alterius filiæ nostræ, vel tertiæ", with the consent of "dominæ Milisandæ uxoris meæ", by charter dated to [1197], witnessed by "Willelmo filio Alani, Hugone Pantolfe, Roberto Corbet, Johanne Extraneo, Radulfo Basset…William Bagot…"[38].

m (before [3 Mar/24 Jun] 1170) CHRISTIANA, daughter of WILLIAM FitzAlan & his [first/second] wife [Christiana ---/Isabel de Say]. Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by reading several documents together: firstly, under a charter dated [3 Mar/24 Jun] 1170, Henry II King of England authorised deduction from the FitzAlan estates of revenue from the manor of Badminton "which the king had assigned as the marriage portion of William fitz Alan’s daughter"; secondly, Hugh Pantulf donated his rights in the church of Badminton to Lilleshall abbey by charter dated to [1215/18]; thirdly, Hugh Pantulf names his wife "Christiana" in a donation to Shrewsbury abbey[39]. It is assumed that Christiana was William’s daughter by his first marriage because of her name, but this is not beyond all doubt.

Hugh & his wife had five children: 

a) WILLIAM [V] Pantulf of Wem (-[1232/4 Feb 1233]). "…William, Alan and Hugh, sons of Hugh Pantulf…" witnessed an undated charter under which Robert Corbet donated tithes to Shrewsbury abbey[40]. m (before Jan 1226) HAWISE, daughter of FULK FitzWarin [III] & his first wife Matilda le Vavasour. The Legend of Fulk Fitz Warin names "Hauwyse, qe pus fust dame de Wemme" as the first daughter of "Fouke" and his wife "dame Mahaud de Caus"[41]. William [V] & his wife had two children: i) MATILDA Pantulf (-[1286/92]). m firstly (before 1243) RALPH Le Botiler, son of --- (-3 Jul 1281). m secondly as his --- wife, WALTER de Hopton, son of --- (-1305). ii) ELIZABETH Pantulf . b) IVO Pantulf . Eyton records that Hugh Pantulf confirmed his father’s donation to Shrewsbury abbey, with his wife Christiana, by charter dated to the early 13th century, witnessed by "Robert Corbet and his son Robert, Ivo Pantulf…"[42]. c) ALAN Pantulf . "…William, Alan and Hugh, sons of Hugh Pantulf…" witnessed an undated charter under which Robert Corbet donated tithes to Shrewsbury abbey[43]. d) HUGH Pantulf . "…William, Alan and Hugh, sons of Hugh Pantulf…" witnessed an undated charter under which Robert Corbet donated tithes to Shrewsbury abbey[44]. e) R--- Pantulf (-before 1 Nov 1203). An order dated 1 Nov 1203 records that King John appointed a new chaplain for "capella nostra de Bruges" previously held by "Ulger et deinde R. fil Hug Pantolf"[45].

2. HAMELIN Pantulf (-after [1176/79]). A charter, dated to the end of King Henry II’s reign, records the sale of "terram…de Wogheresforlong et de Dorfaut" (presumably dated to [1176/79]), in the presence of "Hugone Pantun, Hamelino fratre eius, Bricio fratre eius", its later donation to Haughmond abbey and a subsequent dispute, witnessed by "…Hugone Panton tunc vicecomitis…"[46].

3. BRICE Pantulf (-after [1208/11]). A charter, dated to the end of King Henry II’s reign, records the sale of "terram…de Wogheresforlong et de Dorfaut" (presumably dated to [1176/79]), in the presence of "Hugone Pantun, Hamelino fratre eius, Bricio fratre eius", its later donation to Haughmond abbey and a subsequent dispute, witnessed by "…Hugone Panton tunc vicecomitis…"[47]. “Robertus dominus Moaldie et senescaldus comitis Cestrie” donated “villam de Gorestre” to Chester St. Werburgh by charter dated to [1192/1208], witnessed by “Radulfo de Menilw[arin]...Roberto de Menilwarin, Brito Pantun...”[48]. “...Brito Pantul...” witnessed the charter dated to [1208/11] under which “Robertus de Montealto dapifer comitis Cestrie” confirmed the donation of “patronatus ecclesie de Neston” to Chester St. Werburgh made by “Radulphi de Montealto fratris mei”[49]. A charter of King Henry III dated 4 Apr 1266 records donations to Cumbermere, including the donation of “Clivam” made by “Yvonis Pantulph et Bricii filii sui”[50]. Ivo & his [first/second] wife had two children:

4. WILLIAM [II] Pantulf of Cublesdon and Hales (-after 1166). "Normannus Panton" confirmed to "Ranulpho de Tetesworth" the rights granted by "Alicia de Verdon mater mea, consensu Willi Panton fratis mei" in "villa de Rudierd" by undated charter[51]. - see below.

5. NORMAN Pantulf . "Normannus Panton" confirmed to "Ranulpho de Tetesworth" the rights granted by "Alicia de Verdon mater mea, consensu Willi Panton fratis mei" in "villa de Rudierd" by undated charter[52].

————————- Curator note: the information below is older information added in approx 2008 and is being updated Son of Robert FitzWilliam Pantulf, Baron of Wem in Shropshire. Succeeded his father before c1137/1138 and died in 1175.

Married (1) Unknown (2) Alicia de Verdun

Children:

--By his first marriage, he had Hugh, Hamelin and Brice

--By his second marriage (to Alice de Verdun) he had William and Norman.

Source: Michael Andrews-Reading, Post on Soc.Genealogy.Medieval 25 Jul 2007 18:43:58 "Pantulf chronology..." Retrieved http://www.disnorge.no/slektsforum/viewtopic.php?t=49191


Keats-Rohan, K.S.B. Domesday Descendants: A Prosopography of Persons Occuring in English Documents 1066-1166. II. Pipe Rolls to Cartae Baronum. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK, 2002. p. 1059.

  1. Name: Ivo PANTOLPH
  2. Given Name: Ivo
  3. Surname: Pantolph
  4. Sex: M
  5. Birth: 1136 in Wemme, Shropshire, England

Father: Robert PANTOLPH b: Abt. 1100

Marriage 1 Alicia DE VERDUN b: Abt. 1140 in Rodlowe, Shropshire, England

Children

  1. Has Children Hugh PANTOLPH b: Abt. 1159 in Wemme, Shropshire, England
  2. Has Children Aline PANTOLPH b: Abt. 1185
  3. Has Children William PANTOLPH b: Abt. 1153
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