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  • ID: I35847
  • Name: Robert Baynard
  • Sex: M
  • Death: BEF JUL 1299
  • Residence: Wheatacre, Norfolk
  • Note: 1 1 1 1

    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.*
    Sources:
    +Calendar of Fine Rolls, 1, p.415.
    *Feudal Aids III, pp. 396, 480
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    Kidner shows uncertain link shown to the father shown here.
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    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).
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    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
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    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.
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  • Change Date: 16 MAR 2006



    Father: Robert Baynard
    Mother: Agnes de Schategrave

    Marriage 1 Johanna
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Robert Baynard

    Sources:
    1. 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
      http://www.btinternet.com/~kidners/bunyard/bainards.pdf.
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