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  • ID: I17526
  • Name: Stephen I Baron de CAMEIS , Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1085 in Flockthorpe Manor, Hardingham, Norfolk, England
  • Note: Stephen de Cameis: Baron by tenure of Flockthorpe Manor held in chief by serjeanty and "per baroniam"; also held in chief 1/4 Knight's fee in Hardingham, with the advowson of the latter. He undoubtedly also held the Manor of Cemeis in South Wales. Mentioned in the Pipe Roll of 1131 as one of the sureties of Blehien de Mabuderi and his brothers in Caermarthenshire who had been fined 7 marks of silver for carrying off the daughter of Bleheri by force. Granted to the Abbey of Wymondham a windmill in Flockthorpe with the "scite and suit", saving to himself the grinding of corn for his family and the tithe thereof to the Church of St. George, Hardingham. Married Mabel, daughter of Walter de Bec, who held lands in Norfolk and was possessor of a castle in Caermarthenshire which in 1135 was captured and burnt by the Welsh; he was third son of Walter de Bec, lord of large estates in Flanders, to whom William I had granted Eresby and other lands in Lincolnshire; his family bore "gules, a cross moline argent". Lady Mabel with the consent of her sons gave to the Church of Holy Trinity, Norwich, in the Chapter House by a deed without date witnessed by Alan, priest of Flockthorpe, and others, 20s a year out of her Manor of Herpele, otherwise Uphall, in Harpley, Norfolk, for the souls of her father and mother and her other relations, as well predecessors as successors; in 1109 by another deed witnessed by the aforesaid priest and others, she gave to the same church and to the monks her brethern serving God there, all her land in Herpele with all her men and all its appurtenances, which came to her from her ancestors and was her own proper patrimony and inheritance, with the consent of her husband and sons. These grants as also that of her husband are preserved amongst the registers of Norwich Cathedral (4), together with a Bull of Pope Eugenius confirming the gift of "that noble woman Mabilia de Bec."

    Father: John de CAMAYS , Sir b: ABT 1045 in Normandy, France

    Marriage 1 Mabel de BEC b: 1090 in of Norfolk, England & Caermarthenshire, Wales
      1. Has Children William de CAMEIS , Sir b: ABT 1110 in Flockthorpe Manor, Hardingham, Norfolk, England
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