Robert de Kinewarton

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Robert de Kinewarton

Birthplace: Aston Bruley, Worcestershire, England (United Kingdom)
Death: 1199 (31-40)
Aston Bruley, Worcestershire, , England
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Son of Randulph de Cocton, of Kinewarton and Christian de Cocton
Husband of Joan de Kinewarton
Father of Joan de Bruley and Constance of Toulouse
Brother of Simon de Cocton; Alexander de Kinewarton; Phillip de Kinewarton; Maurice de Cocton and William De Cocton

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About Robert de Kinewarton

Robert Kinewarton formerly Cocton Born 1163 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England Ancestors Son of Ranulph (de Cocton) Cocton and Christian Unknown Brother of Simon (Cocton) de Cocton [half] [spouse%28s%29 unknown] Descendants Father of Joan (de Kinewarton) Kinewarton Died 1199 in Aston Bruley, Worcestershire, England

Profile manager: Sonja Ratliff British History On Line

return to the other half of the Coughton lands of Ranulf; it is thought that the descendants of William his son, the knight of Coughton, were Robert and William de Coctuna, who were living between 1151 and 1158, Robert dying without issue. William's sons were Ranulf and Simon, but the Coughton lands are thought to have descended to Ranulf, who was one of the knights of the Abbot of Evesham in 1166, (fn. 63) and was living in 1184. His heir was apparently that Simon son of Ranulf de Cocton who was con temporary with Ranulf of Kinwarton (see above). Simon, who died at Alcester through falling off his horse when drunk, had been succeeded by 1220 by his son Simon, probably the same Simon who about 1241 gave to the monks of Alcester a place for a piggery and a load of firewood weekly in his wood of Coughton. (fn. 68) Simon married Constance daughter of William de Parco before 1226, but was dead by 1274, when his widow is mentioned, and also their daughter Constance, who had married John son of Master John de Billesle. Simon and Constance had other daughters. One, whose name was Joan, is said to have been twice married: first to Hugh de Burleye, with whom she joined in 1257 in enfeoffing William de Spineto of a half virgate in Coughton, and subsequently to Hugh de Norfolk, who joined with her in 1274 in a further grant to William de Spyney (this time with Joan his wife) of land in Samborne and Coughton, together with the reversion of the third part thereof held by Constance widow of Simon de Cocton in dower. Cocton-9 created 19 Apr 2015 Last modified 2 Nov 2019

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Aston Bruley, Worcestershire, England (United Kingdom)
Aston Bruley, Worcestershire, England
Age 36
Aston Bruley, Worcestershire, , England