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Robert de Muscegros, Knight

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Deerhurst, Gloucestershire, England
Death: between February 23, 1253 and January 29, 1254
Charlton, Somerset, England (United Kingdom)
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir Richard de Muscegros, Judiciar, Sheriff of Gloucester and Alice de Dives
Husband of first wife of Robert de Muscegros and Helewise Malet
Father of Richard de Muscegros; Sir John de Muscegros and Mabel de Muscegros

Occupation: Knight
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About Robert de Muscegros, Knight

Source: http://www.linleyfh.com/p6003.htm website of Linley Hooper

Robert de Muscegros was the son of Richard Muscegros and Alice Dyve .

Robert de Muscegros married Hawise Malet , daughter of Sir William Malet and Alice Basset , before 11 February 1220/21 Sir Robert and Hawise as marrying between April 1220 and February 1220/1. She was the widow of Hugh Poyntz,of Curry Malet, who died bef 4 April 1220.

Robert died before 29 January 1253/54 at Charlton, Somerset. He also had property at Brewham, Somerset. He was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held on 29 January 1254/55. John de Mucegros is the next heir of the said Robert and he was aged 21 years on the Feast of St Laurence last past, to wit, in the 37th year of King Henry III.

He was the Queen's seneschal. He held property in Ireland. In October 1275 his grandson, Sir Robert, handed over his castle of Bunratty in Ireland to the king, on condition that as soon as the contention between the king and his subjects in Ireland was settled, and the said Robert paid all expences for its repair, munition, upkeep, and custody while in the king's hand, that it be restored to him or his heirs; in March 1276, however, the king granted the castle to Thomas de Clare. Clare in turn granted the Irish properties back to Muscegros..

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23 Henri III (A.D. 1238-9)

28. At Westminster in the quinzaine of Michaelmas ; between Robert de Muscegros, querent ; and the Prior of Briwton, impedient ; for the advowson of the church of Cherlton Mucegros. The Prior quit claimed to Robert ; for this Robert gave him forty marcs.

36 Henry III (A.D. 1251-2).

278. At Westminster in the quinzaine of St. Michael ; between Robert de Muscegros, querent ; and Nicholas Poinz, impedient ; for the manors of Finebrige (Suffolk) ; and Stawell with the advowson of Stawell. Plea of warranty was summoned. Nicholas acknowledged the said manors and advowson, with the services, villeins, and water mill, to be the right of Robert as by his gift, to hold of him, rendering yearly one pair of white gloves or one penny at Easter and doing all services ; and he warranted the same : for this Robert gave Nicholas two hundred marcs.

53 Henry III (A.D. 1268-9)

457. At Westminster in the quinzaine of St. Michael ; between John de Muscegros, querent ; and Archenbald, Earl of Pergorz and Agnes his wife, impedients ; for the manors of Norton (Somerset) and Wyvelesmers (Suffolk). Plea of warranty was summoned. The Earl and Agnes acknowledged the right of John as by their gift, to hold of them, rendering yearly one penny at Easter, and doing for them all services ; and they warranted : for this John gave them eight hundred marcs.

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Fine Roll C 60/48, 35 HENRY III (1250–1251)

2 For Robert de Muscegros. The king has given respite to Robert de Muscegros from all debts which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer in Somerset until Hilary in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite.

This entry is not in the originalia roll.

21 [No date]. Cambridgeshire. Joan de Somery gives the king 15 m. for having a protestation concerning the manor of Milton with appurtenances in Cambridgeshire given to Robert de Muscegros, and she has land in the same county.

The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.

53 For Robert de Muscegros. The king has granted to his beloved and faithful Robert de Muscegros that he may render £40 annually at the Exchequer of the £11 14s. 8d. of aid and of the £400 40d. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for several debts, namely £20 at the Exchequer of Easter and £20 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas until the aforesaid debt is paid to the king in full. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.

This entry is not in the originalia roll.

675 23 May. Bisham. For Robert de Muscegros. Order to the barons [of the Exchequer] to place in respite the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Robert de Muscegros for the debts of Geoffrey Esturmy and Herbert fitz Peter until Michaelmas. In the meantime they are to inquire by their rolls in which debts he shall be bound to the king both for himself and for others, so that they might then be attermined By J. of Lexington

This entry is not in the originalia roll.

1214 [No date]. Concerning a fine of Walter de Muscegros. Walter de Muscegros has made fine with the king, for himself, John de Norton’ and Thomas de Huntel’, his valets, by 50 m., for a trespass of the Forest of Dean, of which he is to render 10 m. per annum, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 10 m. thus from year to year until the aforesaid 50 m. are paid to the king. [in the Roll]

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  • Robert de Muscegros

born 1207 Worcestershire, England

died 23 February 1253 Brewham, Somersetshire, England

father:

  • Richard de Muscegros

born 1182 Kenemerton, Gloucestershire, England

mother:

  • Alice de Dives

born 1190 Dives, Northamptonshire, England

married 1205 Kenemerton, Gloucestershire, England

siblings:

unknown

spouse:

  • Helewisia Malet

born 1200 Curry Malet, Somersetshire, England

died 4 May 1287

married 1231 Kenemerton, Gloucestershire, England

children:

  • John de Muscegros

born 10 August 1232 Charleton. Musgrove, Somersetshire, England

died 8 May 1275 Charleton. Musgrove, Somersetshire, England

biographical or anecdotal information:

source:

LDS

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Robert de Muscegros

( - before 29 January 1253/54)

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    Robert de Muscegros was the son of Richard Muscegros and Alice Dyve.
    Robert de Muscegros married Hawise Malet, daughter of Sir William Malet and Alice Basset, before 11 February 1220/21. Sir Robert and Hawise married between April 1220 and February 1220/1. She was the widow of Hugh Poyntz,of Curry malet, who died bef 4 April 1220.
    Robert died before 29 January 1253/54 at Charlton, Somerset. He also had property at Brewham, Somerset. He was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held on 29 January 1254/55. John de Mucegros is the next heir of the said Robert and he was aged 21 years on the Feast of St Laurence last past, to wit, in the 37th year of King Henry III.
    He was the Queen's seneschal. He held property in Ireland. In October 1275 his grandson, Sir Robert, handed over his castle of Bunratty in Ireland to the king, on condition that as soon as the contention between the king and his subjects in Ireland was settled, and the said Robert paid all expences for its repair, munition, upkeep, and custody while in the king's hand, that it be restored to him or his heirs; in March 1276, however, the king granted the castle to Thomas de Clare. Clare in turn granted the Irish properties back to Muscegros..

Children of Robert de Muscegros and Hawise Malet

   * Mabel de Muscegros+ b. s 1225, d. b 1284
   * John Muscegros b. c 1232, d. b 8 May 1275

"Of Charlton and Somerset"

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2 Feb 1253 agreement between Sir Robert de M. and Henry de Gaunt, master of the house of St. Mark at Bristol, for Henry to lease Robert all of his land in Brewham for 10 years. Note: Robert held South Brewham of the Mohuns of Dunster. After an active career in the royal service, he died by Jan 1254.

Walter de Tundro, steward of John de Muscegros (son of Robert) stated that he had given seisen to Henry de Gaunt of all the land of Bruham which Henry leased at farm to Sir Robert de Muscegros for a term of 10 years now completed. Lease expired in 1263, and in 1268, de Gaunt ceased to be master of St. Mark's. John de Muscegros was constable of Bristol Castle in 1274 and died in 1275. (Source: Cartulary of St. Mark's Hospital, Bristol: Vol. XXI, Bristol Record Society, CD Ross, ed., 1959. Googlebooks, pp. 232-234)

note: petronilla de Brune was widow of Sir John le Brun, lord of Elkestone. Her brother was Thomas de Lechelade.

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Robert de Muscegros, Knight's Timeline

1198
1198
Deerhurst, Gloucestershire, England
1232
August 10, 1232
Charlton, Somerset, England
1243
1243
Setringham, Yorkshire, England
1253
February 23, 1253
Age 55
Somerset, England
1991
February 14, 1991
Age 55
February 16, 1991
Age 55
February 19, 1991
Age 55
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