Name: John de Heriz
Note: 21 in 27 Edw I
Residence: South Wingfield, Derbyshire
Note: 2 3|
Change Date: 11 OCT 2007
The following evidently refers to an earlier man:
There is an effigy at Gonalston which evidently represents a member of the family of Heriz who held four knights? fees: one at Stapleford, one at South Wingfield in Derbyshire, and two at Gonalston and Widmerpool. It seems probable, having regard to the type of equipment, that the original was Sir John Heriz who in 1236 paid three marks relief on succeeding to his brother Yvo?s lands. He appears to have died about 1270, a date which suits the character of the armour worn.
Anno. 1109 William Peverel granted South Wingfield to Robert de Paveley.
Ivo Heriz, who held South Wingfield of the Peverels, married Emma, sister of Erbert, of Gonaldston Notts, a Knight of William Peverel (qy. if the Fitzherberts of Norbury descend from him).
Father: John de Heriz
- Matilda de Heriz
- Text: The Topographer: Containing a Variety of Original Articles, Illustrative of ...
- Text: Military Effigies in Nottinghamshire before the Black Death
Rev Henry Lawrence, MA & TE Routh
- Type: Book
Periodical: Feudal History of the County of Derbyshire
Author: J P Yeatman