The Phillips, Weber, Kirk, & Staggs families of the Pacific Northwest

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  • ID: I22800
  • Name: Philip 1st Baron de KYME 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1242 in Kyme, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
  • Death: BEF 2 APR 1323 1 3
  • Note:
    Philip, 1st Lord Kyme, MP 1295, d. bef. 2 Apr 1323, and his wife, Joan Bigod, dau. of Sir Hugh Bigod, Chief Justice of England. [Ancestral Roots]

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    BARONY OF KYME (I) 1295

    PHILIP DE KYME, son and heir of William DE KYME or KIME, who died before 3 September 1259, by Lucy de Ros, his wife (g), was under age at his father's death, and was given, 7 November 1259, for 3,000, as ward to Hugh Bigod, justiciar, brother of Roger le Bigod, 4th Earl of Norfolk, and father of the 5th Earl. On 24 July 1260 he received a grant of market and fair at Baumber, co. Lincoln. In July 1277, later in 1282, 1283, 1287 and 1294, he was summoned to do military service against the Welsh. In 1283, as Philip de Kyme, Knight, son of dominus William de Kyme, he granted land to the monastery of Newhouse. On 30 September 1283 he was summoned to the meeting at Shrewsbury for the trial of Llewellyn ap Griffith, which was at one time deemed to be a meeting of Parliament. On 1 July 1285 he had licence to alienate land in North Kime to the priory there. In 1287 he was summoned to a military Council at Gloucester. In 1294 and 1295 he served in Gascony. He was summoned to Parliament from 24 June 1295 to 26 November 1313, by writs directed Philippo de Kyme, whereby he is deemed to have become LORD KYME. In 1295 and in 1299 he was a benefactor to Bullington Priory. In 1297/8 he held the manor of Calceby, co. Lincoln, with 10 knights' fees of the honours of Ferrers and Bolingbroke, and other lands. In June 1299 he was summoned as a baron to perform military service against the Scots. (but was discharged at Carlisle), and had similar summonses in 1300, 1301, 1303, 1306, 1311, 1315 to 1317. On 16 March 1299/1300 he received a grant. of a weekly market at Burwell, co. Lincoln, with free warren in various places. In 1300 he took part in the siege of Carlaverock, in the Earl of Lincoln's squadron. On 12 February 1300/1, as Pbilippus dominus de Kyme, he joined in the Barons' letter to the Pope regarding Edward's claim to Scotland. In December 1301 he was appointed a Commissioner of Array in cos. Lincoln and Rutland, and again in 1311. In April 1303 be was about to set out with the King to Scotland. He was excused from attending the Parliament at Carlisle in January 1306/7. In May 1308 he settled various manors on his son William, reserving a life estate. In August 1309 he was commissioned to requisition provisions in co. Lincoln, and in 1310 he proffered at Tweedmouth the services of 1 1/2 knight's fee, to be performed by 3 men (named) with 3 barded horses. In 1311 he had charge of Bolingbroke Castle. In January 1315/6 he was present in the Parliament at Lincoln as a Trier of Petitions. On 23 October 1316 be was excused from service in war owing to bodily weakness. On 27 January 1316/7 he was about to go beyond seas, and on 14 February 1318/9 was about to go on pilgrimage to Santiago. On 30 January 1320/1 he was enjoined not to attend any illegal or treasonable assemblies, and on 12 November 1321 was ordered not to attend the meeting of "Good Peers" (i.e., the Lancaster party) at Doncaster. Although he had been excused from military service in 1316, he was summoned in February 1321/2 to join the King with his men to encounter the King's cousin, Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, who was defeated at Boroughbridge 16 March, and beheaded 22 March 1321/2. He married Joan, daughter of Hugh LE BIGOD, Justiciar of England. He died early in 1323, before 2 April. [Complete Peerage VII:352-4, XIV:420, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

    (g) William [de Kyme], for his salvation and that of Lucy his wife, in 1256 confirmed numerous gifts to Bullington Priory. The seal shows a chevron between ten cross-crosslets, 6 and 4. Lucy is mentioned again in 1259. Her surname is recovered from the Kyme pedigree in a document at Kyme in 1640. She was living 1279, and was buried in the Grey Friar's church at York, as was Sir William de Ros of Ingmanthorpe.




    Father: William de KYME , Sir b: ABT 1217 in Kyme, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
    Mother: Lucy de ROS b: ABT 1225 in Helmsley Castle, Yorkshire North Riding, England

    Marriage 1 Joan BIGOD b: ABT 1246 in Thetford, Norfolk, England
      Children
      1. Has Children Lucy de KYME b: ABT 1281 in Kyme, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England

      Sources:
      1. Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999
        Page: 224-31
      2. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
        Page: VII:352-254
      3. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
        Page: VII:352-354
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