GILBERT DE SEGRAVE, son of Hereward of Segrave (now Seagrave), co. Leicester, in 1166 held ¼ fee of William, Earl of Warwick. In 1187-88, with Robert, Canon of St. Mary, Leicester, he accounted for the revenues of the Abbey. He witnessed charters (n.d.) of Roger de Canville to Leicester Abbey and of Bertram de Verdun, and in 1190 a mortgage executed by William de Tureville. In 1192 and 1193 he accounted for the farm of cos. Warwick and Leicester (with Rainald Basset) on behalf of Hugh, Bishop of Coventry, in 1194 for the farm of co. Warwick for ½ year, and in 1195 and 1197 on behalf of William de Aubigny for the farm of cos. Warwick and Leicester, in each case for ½ year. In 1196 he was a Justice in eyre for co. Lincoln with Henry de Whiston; in 1197 he held land in the town of Leicester of Alice de Duston; in 1197/8 he was a pledge for William de Gernemue for his fine made with the King; in 1198-99 he owed 400 marks for an aid for the King's war. His wife is unknown. He died presumably before Michaelmas 1201. [Complete Peerage XI:596-7, transcribed by Dave Utzinger]
Father: Hereward de SEGRAVE b: 1114 in Seagrave, Barrow upon Soar, Leicestershire, England
Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
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