Name: Reginald de CREVEQUER , of Hackthorn
Birth: ABT 1115 in Hackthorn, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
Death: AFT 1165 in Redbourne, Glanford Brigg, Lincolnshire, England
There is a Reginald de Crevequer (could well be the same person) shown on the Pipe Rolls in 1165 for Henry II's Welsh campaign.
According to GENUKI, Redbourne contains a small moted area, called Tunstal, which is the site of a small priory of Gilbertine nuns, founded in the reign of Stephen (1135-54) by Reginald de Crevequer.
Note: John Ravilious (see notes under son Alexander) states that the Crevequers were of Hackthorn and Alexander held Redbourne in right of his wife Amabel. However GENUKI (a very reliable genalogy source for the UK) states that Reginald was active in Redbourne prior to Alexander's marriage; and Dennis Cunniff states that Reginald's wife's family were Domesday lords of Redbourne.
Matilda FITZJOSCELIN , Heiress of Redbourne b: ABT 1115 in Redbourne, Glanford Brigg, Lincolnshire, England
- Alexander de CREVEQUER , of Redbourne b: ABT 1140 in Hackthorn, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England