Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [poliksa.ged] Gilbert succeeded his father, and was in the expedition made into Scotland in 26th of Edward I; and having been implicated in the murder of Piers Gaveston, obtained a pardon in the 7th of Edward II, and in 1314 was constituted Governor of the town and castle of Gloucester. Afterwards he was engaged in the insurrection of Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, against the power of the two Hugh de Spencers, and he was compelled, in order to save his life and preserve his estates, to enter into a recognizance to �2000, with one ton of wine. Upon accession of Edward III, however, that obligation was cancelled. Moreover, being knight banneret, he became active for the King in military affairs, and there was due him �116-3s-8d for services of himself and his men-at-arms. In the 4th of Edward III he was Justice of South Wales, and was summoned to Parliament as a baron, and from that period to the 17th of Edward III, 1330-1344. He obtained a grant in fee of the castles and lordships of Blenleveny and Bulkedinas in 1346, and died the same year. He was the 1st Baron Talbot.
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