Genealogy data of Dolman or Dowman, of Pocklington

Virtute et Veritate (Courage and truth)

Robert LE VAVASOUR, 11531227 (aged 74 years)

Name
Robert /LE VAVASOUR/
Surname prefix
LE
Name prefix
Sir
Surname
VAVASOUR
Given names
Robert
Birth
Marriage
Text:

D'après cette source, elle serait peut-être une fille de Adam FitzPeter, de Birkin.

Birth of a daughter
estimated 1175 (aged 22 years)
Death of a father
Marriage
Birth of a son
about 1212 (aged 59 years)
Death
before 1227 (aged 74 years)
Note: En 1254 d'après W. Betham
Family with parents
father
11311191
Birth: 1131Hazlewood, Yorkshire, England
Death: between 1189 and June 29, 1191Hazlewood, Yorkshire, England
himself
11531227
Birth: 1153 22 Hazlewood, Yorkshire, England
Death: before 1227Hazlewood, Yorkshire, England
Family with FITZPETER
himself
11531227
Birth: 1153 22 Hazlewood, Yorkshire, England
Death: before 1227Hazlewood, Yorkshire, England
wife
Marriage Marriage
daughter
Family with Juliane de MULTON
himself
11531227
Birth: 1153 22 Hazlewood, Yorkshire, England
Death: before 1227Hazlewood, Yorkshire, England
wife
Marriage Marriage1208
5 years
son
Marriage
Text:

D'après cette source, elle serait peut-être une fille de Adam FitzPeter, de Birkin.

Death

En 1254 d'après W. Betham

Note

Sir Robert *, who 21 Hen. III. was high-sheriff of Nottingham and Derby, and from the 31st of the same reign, served for eight years successively. He had the custody of the honour of Peverel committed to his charge, and left by Julian, daughter of Robert de Multon **, one son John, and a daughter Maude, wife first of Theobald Waller, Lord of Garrick (ancestor to the Butlers, Earls of Ormond) by whom she had two sons, and a daughter. Theobald Waller was buried at Limerick, 1206: his widow became secondly, 9 King John, wife of Fulco Fitz-Warren, an eminent Baron. This Maude brought to her first husband, the manors of Newton and Edlington, and lands in Bolton, Yorkshire. Sir Robert died 1254, and was succeeded by his son, John.

  • Sir Robert le Vavasour granted to God, St. Peter, and the church of York, for the health of his own soul, and that of his wife Julian, and his ancestors, free use of his quarry at Tadcaster, for the repair of the said church, and enlarging the same. Robert de Perry gave the wood.

**She is called sometimes Maud, daughter of Gilbert de Ross, of Seeton, in Yorkshire (Visitation opf Yorkshire)