About Richard de Camvill, IV
Subj: Re: C.P. Addition: 1st Wife for John de Courtenay (died 1274), of Okehampton, Devon [Revised Post]
Date: 2/24/06 8:55:06 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Douglas Richardson)
Source: A2A Catalogue (http://www.a2a.org.uk/search/index.asp)
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Records Office: Gregory of Stivichall
Reference: DR10/194 Date: 1176-1183 Physical characteristics: Parchment, 7½ x 5¼ ins. Language: Latin
Scope and Content: Charter of Gerard de Camvilla, addressed to Richard bishop of Chester, confirming to God and St. Mary of Cumba and the monks of the Cistercian order there serving God, the gift which his father Richard de Camvilla made to the said abbey, namely the whole land of Smita to found an abbey of the Cistercian order, with demesne and other appurtenances in wood and plain, in ways and paths, in land and water, in meadows and pastures, and in free alms quit from all earthly service and secular exactions.
Witnesses: Walter de Camvilla, William de Camvill', Richard de Camvill'
his brothers, John de Curci, Simon de Blossevilla.
Seal on tag: circular, brown, c. 2¾ ins. diameter. A ?lion passant.
Note: For date and seal, see Sir Christopher Hatton's Book of Seals, pg. 8.
Subj: re: Maud de Vernon, wife of Richard de la Haye
Date: 5/20/06 2:36:17 PM Pacific Daylight Time
From: email@example.com (Tim Powys-Lybbe)
DD pp. 378-9 has: de Camvilla, Ricardus
From Camville-les-Deux-Eglises ... He was twice married, first to Alice (Bl Add Ch 28324), and secondly to Milisent, widow of Robert Marmion of Tamworth (d.1143-44), a kinswoman of Queen Adelicia. His charter for Jumièges granting land at Hautot-l'Auvray mentioned both wives (Vernier, Chartes de Jumièges ii, 1). ... He had issue his successor Gerard (d.1214), Richard II (d.1224) and a daughter Matilda (b.c. 1145), wife of William de Ros (Rot de Dom., 84) ...
Richard de Camvill, IV's Timeline
Stratton Audley, Oxfordshire, England
Brattleby, Lincolnshire, England
July 29, 1935
November 24, 1936
June 6, 1973