Ancestors of Tim Farr and Descendants of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord, Massachusetts and Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England


Hubert De BEAUMONT-13392 was born 1 about 1042. He died 2 before 5 Dec 1097. Hubert married 3 (MRIN:5521) Ermengarde De NEVERS-13393 on 6 Dec 1067.

Ermengarde De NEVERS-13393 was born 1 about 1050. She died 2 on 14 Oct 1090/1098. Ermengarde married 3 (MRIN:5521) Hubert De BEAUMONT-13392 on 6 Dec 1067.

They had the following children.

  M i Raoul De BEAUMONT-13390 was born about 1070. He died on 11 Jun 1120/1125.

Guy De LAVAL-13394 was born 1 about 1045. Guy married (MRIN:5522) Denise De MORTAIN-13395.

Denise De MORTAIN-13395 was born 1 about 1050. Denise married (MRIN:5522) Guy De LAVAL-13394.

They had the following children.

  F i Miss De LAVAL-13391 was born about 1075.

Roger De FREVILLE-13400 was born 1 about 1175.

He had the following children.

  M i Baldwin De FREVILLE-13398 was born about 1208. He died before 8 Feb 1257.

Ralph De CROMWELL-13405 was born 1 about 1205.

He had the following children.

  M i Ralph De CROMWELL-13401 was born about 1230. He died before 18 Sep 1289.

Phillip MARMION 5th Baron Marmion of Tamworth [Parents] [scrapbook]-13403 was born 1 about 1215. He died 2 in 1290. Phillip married (MRIN:5525) Joan De KILPECK-13404.

Philip was High Sheriff of Warwickshire and Leicestershire in 1249, and of Norfolk and Suffolk in 1261, having also been summoned to Parliament in that year.
He served in Poitou in 1254, and was imprisoned when on his way home through France at Pons.
Philip was one of the sureties for the king in December 1263 and was one of his leading supporters at the Battle of Northampton in April 1264. He was taken prisoner at the Battle of Lewes on 14 May 1264.
He died before 5 December 1291 when an Inquisition post mortem was held.

Joan De KILPECK-13404 was born 1 about 1220. Joan married (MRIN:5525) Phillip MARMION 5th Baron Marmion of Tamworth-13403.

They had the following children.

  F i Mazera MARMION-13402 was born about 1242. She died before 1270.

Robert MARMION 4th Barom Marmion of Tamworth [Parents] [scrapbook]-13406 was born 1 about 1185. He died 2 about 1242. Robert married (MRIN:5526) Julianna De VASSY-13407.

Julianna De VASSY-13407 was born 1 about 1190. She died 2 after 1236. Julianna married (MRIN:5526) Robert MARMION 4th Barom Marmion of Tamworth-13406.

They had the following children.

  M i Phillip MARMION 5th Baron Marmion of Tamworth-13403 was born about 1215. He died in 1290.

Robert MARMION 3rd Baron Marmion of Tamworth [Parents] [scrapbook]-13408 was born 1 about 1153. He died 2 about 1217. Robert married (MRIN:5527) Maud De BEAUCHAMP-13409.

Robert Marmion, 3rd Baron Marmion of Tamworth (died 1218) was an Anglo-Norman nobleman and itinerant justice. He was reputed to have been the King's Champion but his grandson, Phillip, is the first Marmion to have a solid claim to this. Robert was descended from the lords of Fontenay-le-Marmion in Normandy, who are said to have been hereditary champions of the Dukes of Normandy.

Lord Marmion first appears as a justiciar at Caen in 1177. He was one of the justices before whom fines were levied in 1184, and from 1185 to 1189 was High Sheriff of Worcestershire. He was an itinerant justice for Warwickshire and Leicestershire in 1187-8, Staffordshire in 1187–92, Shropshirein 1187–94, Herefordshire in 1188–90, Worcestershire in 1189, Gloucestershire in 1189–91 and 1193, and Bristol in 1194.
Marmion had taken the vow to join the crusade, but had bought his way out of it. In 1195 he was with Richard in Normandy, and in 1197 witnessed the treaty between Richard and Baldwin of Flanders. During the early years of John's reign he was in attendance on the king in Normandy. In 1204-5 he was again one of the justices before whom fines were levied. He sided with the barons against the king, but after John's death rejoined the royal party under the nine-year old Henry III. He gave a mill at Barston, Warwickshire, to the Templars, and was a benefactor of Kirkstead Abbey, Lincolnshire.
He died before 15 May 1218, whereupon his lands were placed in the custody of his younger son Robert Marmion the Younger until such time as his older brother Robert Marmion the Elder dropped his support of the rebel barons and came into the King's peace.[2]

Maud De BEAUCHAMP [Parents]-13409 was born 1 about 1153. Maud married (MRIN:5527) Robert MARMION 3rd Baron Marmion of Tamworth-13408.

They had the following children.

  M i Robert MARMION 4th Barom Marmion of Tamworth-13406 was born about 1185. He died about 1242.

Robert MARMION 2nd Baron Marion of Tamworth [Parents] [scrapbook]-13410 was born 1 about 1130. He died 2 about 1181. Robert married (MRIN:5528) Elizabeth-13411.

Elizabeth 1-13411. Elizabeth married (MRIN:5528) Robert MARMION 2nd Baron Marion of Tamworth-13410.

They had the following children.

  M i Robert MARMION 3rd Baron Marmion of Tamworth-13408 was born about 1153. He died about 1217.

William De BEAUCHAMP [Parents]-13414 was born 1 about 1095. He died 2 in 1170.

He had the following children.

  F i Maud De BEAUCHAMP-13409 was born about 1153.

Robert MARMION 1st Baron Marmion of Tamworth [scrapbook]-13412 was born 1 about 1095. He died 2 on 8 Sep 1143. Robert married (MRIN:5530) Milicent De RETHEL-13413.

Milicent De RETHEL-13413 was born 1 about 1113. Milicent married (MRIN:5530) Robert MARMION 1st Baron Marmion of Tamworth-13412.

They had the following children.

  M i Robert MARMION 2nd Baron Marion of Tamworth-13410 was born about 1130. He died about 1181.

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