2017-05-18 15:57:30 UTC
This is intended to show my latest finds and areas of interest as the Berges, Prestwold , Kyme and Despenser families do exhibit some interesting interactions.
1.Anschitillus Despenser of the Burton Charter which states he donated some land at Waterfall, Staffordshire. He is also likely the Anschetil de Castello "of the Castle". alive in 1114, who land at Waterfala, and Church Stretton, Staffordshire.
The 4 sons of Anschetil Despenser.
1.1 "Hugh, son of Aschetil" in a charter of Richard, Earl of Chester dated to 1119 or before. Although no direct connection to Hugh de Berges to the Despenser family has been found to date, this Hugh does fit as a possible candidate to be the elusive Hugh de Berges who granted land to Garendon Abbey sometime between 1133 and 1154. His wife may possibly be the grand-daughter of Durand Mallet as the land he holds in Burton on Wolds at domesday appears to be the same that Hugh de Berges held of his wife. Hugh married the dau. of William de Quineburg of DD record. He is known to a brother in law of Herbert and Ralph de Quineburg, successive lords of Quineborough and the "Overlord" of Thomas Dispensator for his land in Burton, which charter must have taken after 1154, as Ralph did not succeed Herbert until after that date.
1.1.1 Anketin de Berges = Dionisia
1.1.2 Hugh de Berges II, alais Hugh de Prestwold aka: Hugh de Loughborouh , he fls. 1176, He held land at Bawre, more exactly at "Wet-Berges with part of Barrow"
188.8.131.52 Anketin ( Anketil de Berges)= Rohese. He held the manor of Prestwold, and also held the Advowson of the church, which Anketin, son of Hugh de Prestwold, in or before the year 1228, gave to the prior and convent of the Gilbertine priory of Bullington in the county of Lincoln founded by Simon de Kyme (his cousin)
184.108.40.206.1 Elias de Prestwold -Lord of the manor of Prestwold. Confirmed the gift of the church of Prestwold to the church of Bullington witnessed by Phillip de Kyme.
220.127.116.11.1.1 William de Berges - Arch. Deacon of Berks. His heir was John Putrell.
18.104.22.168.1.2 Alice = Robert de Putrell
22.214.171.124.1.2.1 John Putrell - heir of William de Berges.
1.2 William, son of Anschetil(found Lindsey Survey)= dau. of Waldin
the Ingeniator (Artificer)found as "William brother of Ivo, son of Anschetil" in the Charters of Cecily of the Honor of Skipton.Held Friesthorp, and part of Langton at- Wragby in Lindsey Survey.
William is also found as being William of Harewood, Yorks, in the charter.
1.2.1 Simon de Kyme fls. 1160 held "farm of Chester". - died c.1162.
1.3 Geoffrey Dispensator of Earl Ranulph, 3rd Earl of Chester. Gifted the chapel of Bollington, Chester to St. Mary's York.
1.3.1 Thomas Dispensator d.c.1177/8 heir of his brother Elias Dispenser who had been enfeoffed of Anrseby in 1158, Hugh de Beauchamp.
1.4 Ivo de Alspath, Constable of the Honour of Skipton fee and sometimes Constable of Coventry for Earl of Chester. seem in Charters of Cecily.
more to follow.....