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  • ID: I11776
  • Name: Robert I de CAUX , of Shelford 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: Robert I de /Cauz/, of Shelford
  • Name: Robert de CALZ , Lord of Shelford 3
  • Birth: ABT 1070 in Pays-de-Caux, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
  • Death: AFT 1139 in Shelford, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England 1
  • Note:
    SHELFORD, Nottinghamshire:

    Doomsday, Scelford.

    There was in this Place of Roger de Buslie's Fee, Soc to Bingham, as much as paid the Geld for three Bov. The Land was one Car. But the most of it was the Fee of Goisford de Alselin, who succeeded Tochi, a great Saxon Owner in this County, who was rated before the Conquest for his Manor in Scelford, to the Dane Gelt, at four Car. The Land of it was eight Car. when the Conqueror took his Survey. There were thirty-six Vill. twelve Bord. having nine Car. and one Mill 4s. and one Piscarry. There were a Priest and a Church. In the Confessor's Time the Value of this was 8l. then but 4l. It had Soc in Newton, Ouetorpe, Chenatorpe, and Carlentune.

    This Barony was very antiently divided, and a Priory of Canons, regular of St. Austin's, founded here; to which King Stephen granted immunity from Toll.

    Ralph Halselin, in the 5th Steph. gave an Account of two hundred Marks of Silver, and one Mark of Gold, for the Relief of his Father's Land; and the same Year, Robert de Cauz, and Walter his Son, gave Account of one hundred Marks of Silver, and one Mark of Gold, for the Grant of the Land of Leowin Chidde. In the 7th H. 2. Raph Hanselin, and Robert de Cauz, had Pardon for each 20l. In 8. H. 2. Raph Hanselin had 25 Knight's Fees, and Robert de Cauz fifteen; and so they were constantly rated through the Reign of Henry the Second.

    In the Suit between William Bardolf, and Adam de Everingham, for the Patronage of this Monastry, 42 H. 3. William Bardolf pleaded, that Raph Hanselin, his Ancestor, whose Heir he was, in the Time of King Henry, Grandfather of the then King Henry the Third, founded that Priory, and enfeoffed it of all his Lands in Shelford, and divers other Lands. Adam would have his Ancestor Robert de Cauz, Founder, because the Canons presented a certain Person to John de Birking, Grandfather of the said Adam, whose Heir he was: but the Jury found for William Bardolf, and he was the true Patron, and that it was founded by Raph Haunselin; and indeed Bardolf's Moiety, of all or most of their Churches, was appropriated to this Priory of Shelford; as Gedling, in this County, and Westborough, and Dodington, in Lincolneshire, and the like; for it appears that the said William and Adam, had each a Moiety of the Barony of Shelford, and their Courts there; but because by Degrees the Priory became possessed of it, will not be amis to make further mention of the Family of Bardolf, in Stoke, and of Everingham, in Laxton, which continued longer to their Posterities.

    [From Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, by John Throsby, 1790, vol I, pp. 287-292]




    Father: Walter de CAUX b: ABT 1045 in Pays-de-Caux, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France

    Marriage 1 Basilia de NORMANVILLE , Heiress of Laxton b: ABT 1075 in Laxton, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England
      Children
      1. Has Children Walter de CAUZ , of Shelford & Laxton, Sir b: ABT 1093 in Shelford, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England
      2. Has Children Gerard de CAUX , of Water Eaton & Duston b: ABT 1100 in Water Eaton, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, England

      Sources:
      1. Title: Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, by John Throsby, 1790, online at www.british-history.ac.uk
        Page: I:287-92
      2. Title: Archaelology & History of Medieval Sherwood Forest, research by David Crook, sherwoodforesthistory.blogspot,co,nz
        Page: see notes for Maud de Cauz, d. c14 May 1224
        Text: husband of 3rd keeper of Sherwood Forest
      3. Title: Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, by John Throsby, 1790, online at www.british-history.ac.uk
        Page: I:303-5
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