Henry de Frowick or Fresewyk, citizen of London, was another freeholder in Hilton who held of the abbess of Tarent 6 virgates and 10 acres of land, and 22 acres of meadow at a rent of 1 lb. of pepper. In 1279 he is returned as a free tenant of Nicholas de Segrave. After the Battle of Evesham (1265) he forfeited his lands as a citizen of London, but they were restored to him before 1276. Nicholas de Segrave was buying up the freeholds here and in Fen Stanton (q.v.) at this date, and probably acquired this property.
Father: Laurence de FROWICK , Sheriff of London b: ABT 1200 in Frowick, St. Osyth, Essex, England
Mother: Alice b: ABT 1204 in Old Fold Manor, South Mimms, Middlesex, England
Marriage 1 Isabel de DURHAM b: ABT 1238 in Dyrham Park, South Mimms, Middlesex, England