Name: Robert Baynard
Death: BEF JUL 1299
Residence: Wheatacre, Norfolk
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Change Date: 16 MAR 2006
Robert Bayngard, tenant-in-chief, was dead in June 1299. He left a widow, Johanna, and sons Fulk V and Robert IV.
In 1302 Johanna was holding, jointly with her son Robert, Quetakir as 2 fees of Robert son of Walter.*
In 1316 Johanna, alone, was holding Wheatacre.*
+Calendar of Fine Rolls, 1, p.415.
*Feudal Aids III, pp. 396, 480
Kidner shows uncertain link shown to the father shown here.
Had a son Robert:
In 1312 Sir Robert Baynard converted his manor house at Hautbois into a castle, of which the foundations alone remain (in 1883).
In 1302 Robert Banyard held 1 fee in Chategrave of Robert son of Walter and 1/3 of a fee in Hauboys and Totington of Earl Warenne. He also held jointly with his mother, Johanna, 2 fees in Quetakir. It is likely he died before 1316 when his mother was shown as holding Wheatacre alone.
Sources: Feudal Aids III, pp. 389, 396, 433, 480
In 1346 Matilda Banyard held 1/3 fee in Hauboys Magna and Tutington of Earl Warenne which Robert Banyard formerly held and 2 fees in Quetacre of John son of Walter which Robert Banyard and Johanna his mother formerly held.
Source: Feudal Aids III, pp.487, 503
Maud, widow of Robert Baynard, knight, died on 8th May 1349. Her inquisition post mortem found that she had held half of two manors in Norfolk as 1 fee and that her heir was not known.
Source: Calendar of Inquisitions post mortem IX, No. 136 ? Maud late the wife of Robert Baynard kt.
Father: Robert Baynard
Mother: Agnes de Schategrave
- Robert Baynard
- Text: Bainards of Norfolk 12 th to 14th Century
Preliminary notes prepared for a study of early Bunyards by William Elworthy Kidner 1957
presented by SC Kidner January 2004