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  • ID: I11514
  • Name: Richard II CHAMPERNOUN , of Modbury, MP, Sir 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: Richard de /Campo Arnulphi/
  • Birth: ABT 1280 in Inceworth, Maker, Cornwall, England
  • Death: BEF 26 NOV 1338 in Modbury, Kingsbridge, Devon, England 2
  • Note:
    Sir Richard Champernowne, living 1336/7, MP 1324, 1331, fought at Boroughbridge 1322. [SGM]

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    The following was excerpted from a post to SGM, 30 Jan 1999, by Ronny Bodine:

    From: RBodine996 (rbodine996 AT aol.com)
    Subject: CHAMPERNOUN OF MODBURY, DEVONSHIRE - PART 1 of 2
    Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval
    Date: 1999/01/30

    GENERATION 2

    2. Sir RICHARD CHAMPERNOUN. Died shortly before 26 Nov 1338 when Bishop Grandisson recorded the testamentary probate of Lord Richard de Campo Arnulphi, Knight (Grandisson: 894). The will itself was not recorded in the register and is now lost. In 1285, by commandment of Edward I, James de Okeston conveyed Modbury to him. On 13 Apr 1315, a plea of covenant was summoned wherein James de Oxton acknowledged the manor and advowson of Brideford (Bridford) to be the right of Richard as by James's gift, to be held by James for his life upon payment of a yearly rose, and after his death the manor and advowson would revert in its entirety to Richard (Devon Fines, 2: no. 1023). On 20 Jan 1315/6, James de Oxton and Ida, his wife, acknowledged the manor of Modbury and advowson and priory of Modbury to be the right of Henry de Lappeslode as by James' gift, that Henry granted the manor and advowson to James and Ida for their lives, and after their deaths, the manor and advowson shall remain in their entirety to Richard de Campo Arnulphi and his heirs (Devon Fines, 2: no. 1031).
    On 25 Sept 1319 he received a grant, at the request of Edmund de Woodstock, the King's brother, for a weekly market on Tuesday at his manor of Inneswerk, co. Cornwall, and a yearly fair there on the vigil, the feast and morrow of St. Michael (Cal. Charter Rolls, 1300-1327, p. 415). Knight of the Shire for Devon Oct 1324 and Sept 1331 (Parliaments, pp. 71, 94). On 7 July 1324 he was a knight liable for military service against the Scots (RTDA, 71: 292, 294). On 28 Aug 1325, he was commissioned to pursue and arrest disturbers of the peace and on 28 Feb 1326 was appointed a commissioner of the peace in co. Cornwall. On 20 Mar 1326, he was appointed arrayer for co. Cornwall (Cal. Patent Rolls, 1321-4, pp. 228, 285, 222). In 1332, he was holding lands in Brixton, Compton and Egg Buckland, Highampton, North Buckland, and Modbury (Devon Lay Subsidy of 1332, p. 12, 15, 65, 81, 100). Holding Modbury of John de Dynham, 20 June 1332 (CIPM, 7, p. 327).
    On 1 June 1334 he received license to crennelate Modbury Manor (Cal. Patent Rolls, 1330-34, p. 554) and on 1 Feb 1335, he received a grant, of special grace, of free warren in all their demense lands of Modbury, co. Devon and Inneswerk and Ledeweyn, co. Cornwall (Cal. Charter Rolls, 1327-1341, p. 322).
    By May 1316 (VCH, Somersetshire, 6: 92) he was married to Elizabeth Valletort, coheiress of Hugh de Valletort, of North Tawton, and widow of Richard Tremenet (DCNQ, 20: 294).

    Children:

    3. (Sir?) Richard Champernoun, m. Emeline Brankescombe.
    4. John Champernoun.
    5. Thomas Champernoun, m. Eleanor Rohant.




    Father: Richard I de CHAMPERNOUN , of Modbury b: BEF 1255 in Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devon, England
    Mother: Joan de OKESTON , Heiress of Modbury b: ABT 1258 in Modbury, Kingsbridge, Devon, England

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth (Joan) de VALLETORT b: ABT 1292 in North Tawton, Devon, England
    • Married: BEF MAY 1316 in 2nd husband 2
    Children
    1. Has Children Thomas CHAMPERNOUN , of Modbury, Esq b: ABT 1315 in Modbury, Kingsbridge, Devon, England

    Sources:
    1. Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
      Page: Douglas Richardson, 30 Sep 1999
    2. Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com
      Page: Ronny Bodine, 30 Jan 1999
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