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Ralph son of Herlewin de Conteville, Sheriff of London; de Sancto Johanne

Ralph son of Herlewin de Conteville, Sheriff of London; de Sancto Johanne

Male Abt 1037 - Abt 1132  (~ 95 years)  Submit Photo / DocumentSubmit Photo / Document    Has 5 ancestors and more than 100 descendants in this family tree.


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  • Relationshipwith Mathias St. John
    Born abt. 1037 
    Gender Male 
    Fact "Although little is known of Ralph, beyond the fact of his being the eldest son of Herluin de Conteville, and that he accompanied William in the invasion of England, it is stated that it was he who built the tower of the Basillica of the Priory of St. Vigor in Normandy which was overthrown in the year 1579."

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    Occupation 25 Dec 1053  St. Jean-le-Thomas, Normandy, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
    named as one of the men of St. John. Raoul de Sancto Johanne. Ralph of St. John. 
    Fact 1066 
    Cartulary, fo. 82. #713.

    Charter of Gerbert de Poterel, notifying that, brought down by poverty, he has by the inspiration of God requested abbot Rannulf to receive Drogo, a son of his, as a monk, with half his land of Poterel, which he held of the abbot in free service (liberali servitio) to which the abbot has assented. The abbot afterwards bought the other half from a certain Roger for two pounds in money of Le Mans, in the sight and hearing of many etc. ... The abbot, treating the land as demesne, made of it a farm (medietariam) for the use of the abbey. One day, long afterwards, the above Roger came across the swine of St. Michel and whickedly killed the swineherd (subulcum) at the instigation of the devil. Abbot Ranulf instantly appealed to the count of Normandy, who straightway banished Roger from Normandy. Roger, after some time unable to bear exile, repeatedly begged and implored the abbot to make his peace with the duke and allow him to be reconciled, on condition of his abjuring (forsjuraret) the land of Poterel, for himself and his heirs for ever, before the duke and his nobles (proceribus). The abbot long refused to listen, but urged at length by the counsel of the monks and of the barons of the abbey (ecclesie), he met him in the presence of duke William on a fixed and appointed day. The agreement was there recorded (recordato) and mutually granted and confirmed before the duke, etc.
    [Signa] Guillelmi gloriosissimi principis Normanni; Rotberti filii ejus; Guillelmi filii ejus; Mathildis uxoris ejus; Rotberti Sagiensis episcopi; Johannis Abrincensis episcopi; Rogerii de Monte Gomeri; Rogerii de Bello Monte; Richardi proconsulis; Turgisi de Tracei; Gaufredi de Sai; Radulfo de Sancto Johanne; Hamonis de Bacilleio; Hugonis prepositi de Genecio; Morini pistoris; Ilgerii prepositi de Ardevone. Acta sunt heck apud Bonamvillam eo anno quo gloriosus Guillelmus princeps Normannie mare transmeavit Angliamque sibi, Deo comitante, subjugavit anno ab incarnatione Domini MLXVL Epacta xxij. Concurrente vj.

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    WAR 1066  Hastings, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Served William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings 
    Fact 1086  Snetterton, Shropham, Norfolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Head of manor: Buckenham.
    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.0 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £0.1.
    Households: 1 free men.
    Ploughland: 0.3 men's plough teams.
    Lord in 1066: free man, one.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph son of Herlewin.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Phillimore reference: 66,75


    Taxable units: Taxable value 1 geld units. 17.25 villtax.
    Value: Value to lord in 1066 £1. Value to lord in 1086 £1. Value to lord c. 1070 £1.
    Households: 2 villagers. 3 smallholders. 1 slave.
    Ploughland: 1 lord's plough teams. 0.5 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 8 acres.
    Livestock in 1066: 3 cattle. 160 sheep.
    Livestock in 1086: 7 cattle. 9 pigs. 60 sheep. 14 goats. 2 beehives.
    Lord in 1066: Alwy (of Thetford).
    Lord in 1086: Ralph son of Herlewin.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Phillimore reference: 9,73

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    Fact 1086  Batcombe, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3130
    Description:
    Place name: Batcombe, Somerset
    Folio: 90v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Batecumbe
    People mentioned within entire folio: Aelfhild, mother of Aethelnoth, Abbot of Glastonbury; Aelfric; Aelfric, son of Everwacer; Aethelmaer; Azelin; Eadmaer Atule; Eadraed; Erneis; Everard; Geoffrey de Mowbray, Bishop of Coutances; Godgifu; Godwine the priest; Harding; Husband of Godgifu; John; Nigel; Osweald; Ralph Crooked-hands; Ralph de Conteville; Robert, Count of Mortain; Roger; Saewulf; Serlo; Siward; Walkelin, Bishop of Winchester; Walscin; Walter Hosed; Wulfgar the monk; Wulfwig
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Ditcheat, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3134
    Description:
    Place name: Ditcheat, Somerset
    Folio: 90v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Dicesget
    People mentioned within entire folio: Aelfhild, mother of Aethelnoth, Abbot of Glastonbury; Aelfric; Aelfric, son of Everwacer; Aethelmaer; Azelin; Eadmaer Atule; Eadraed; Erneis; Everard; Geoffrey de Mowbray, Bishop of Coutances; Godgifu; Godwine the priest; Harding; Husband of Godgifu; John; Nigel; Osweald; Ralph Crooked-hands; Ralph de Conteville; Robert, Count of Mortain; Roger; Saewulf; Serlo; Siward; Walkelin, Bishop of Winchester; Walscin; Walter Hosed; Wulfgar the monk; Wulfwig
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Doulting, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3135
    Description:
    Place name: Doulting, Somerset
    Folio: 90v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Doltin
    People mentioned within entire folio: Aelfhild, mother of Aethelnoth, Abbot of Glastonbury; Aelfric; Aelfric, son of Everwacer; Aethelmaer; Azelin; Eadmaer Atule; Eadraed; Erneis; Everard; Geoffrey de Mowbray, Bishop of Coutances; Godgifu; Godwine the priest; Harding; Husband of Godgifu; John; Nigel; Osweald; Ralph Crooked-hands; Ralph de Conteville; Robert, Count of Mortain; Roger; Saewulf; Serlo; Siward; Walkelin, Bishop of Winchester; Walscin; Walter Hosed; Wulfgar the monk; Wulfwig
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Marksbury, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3140
    Description:
    Place name: Marksbury, Somerset
    Folio: 90v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Mercesberie
    People mentioned within entire folio: Aelfhild, mother of Aethelnoth, Abbot of Glastonbury; Aelfric; Aelfric, son of Everwacer; Aethelmaer; Azelin; Eadmaer Atule; Eadraed; Erneis; Everard; Geoffrey de Mowbray, Bishop of Coutances; Godgifu; Godwine the priest; Harding; Husband of Godgifu; John; Nigel; Osweald; Ralph Crooked-hands; Ralph de Conteville; Robert, Count of Mortain; Roger; Saewulf; Serlo; Siward; Walkelin, Bishop of Winchester; Walscin; Walter Hosed; Wulfgar the monk; Wulfwig
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Wrington, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3148
    Description:
    Place name: Wrington, Somerset
    Folio: 90v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Weritone
    People mentioned within entire folio: Aelfhild, mother of Aethelnoth, Abbot of Glastonbury; Aelfric; Aelfric, son of Everwacer; Aethelmaer; Azelin; Eadmaer Atule; Eadraed; Erneis; Everard; Geoffrey de Mowbray, Bishop of Coutances; Godgifu; Godwine the priest; Harding; Husband of Godgifu; John; Nigel; Osweald; Ralph Crooked-hands; Ralph de Conteville; Robert, Count of Mortain; Roger; Saewulf; Serlo; Siward; Walkelin, Bishop of Winchester; Walscin; Walter Hosed; Wulfgar the monk; Wulfwig
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Badgworth, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3409
    Description:
    Place name: Badgworth, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Bagewerre
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Castle Cary, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3421
    Description:
    Place name: Castle Cary, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Cari
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Dunwear, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3424
    Description:
    Place name: Dunwear, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Doneham
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  East Huntspill, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3425
    Description:
    Place name: East Huntspill, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Honspil/Hunespil
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  West Huntspill, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3426
    Description:
    Place name: West Huntspill, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Honspil/Hunespil
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Ilchester, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3427
    Description:
    Place name: Ilchester, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Givelcestre
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Weare, Lower Weare, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3434
    Description:
    Place name: Weare , Lower Weare, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Werre
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Wembdon, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3435
    Description:
    Place name: Wembdon, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Wadmendune
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville;; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Wincanton, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3436
    Description:
    Place name: Wincanton, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Wincaletone
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Yarnfield, Wilsthire, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3438
    Description:
    Place name: Yarnfield , Wiltshire, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Gernefelle
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Adber, Dorset, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3439
    Description:
    Place name: Adber, Dorset, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Ateberie/Etesberie/Ettebere
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Adsborough, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3440
    Description:
    Place name: Adsborough, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Tetesberge
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Broadwood, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3444
    Description:
    Place name: Broadwood, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Bradewrde
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Brown, Treborough, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3446
    Description:
    Place name: Brown in Treborough, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Brune
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Clatworthy, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3448
    Description:
    Place name: Clatworthy, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Clateurde
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Exford, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3452
    Description:
    Place name: Exford, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Aisseford/Aisseforde
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Huish in burnham-on-sea, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3454
    Description:
    Place name: Huish in burnham-on-sea, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Hiwis
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  East Huntspill, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3455
    Description:
    Place name: East Huntspill, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Honspil/Hunespil
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Leigh, Winsham, Somerset, England, UI Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3457
    Description:
    Place name: Leigh in Winsham, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Lege
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  North Quarme, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/3459
    Description:
    Place name: North Quarme, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Coarme
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Camerton, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/7943
    Description:
    Place name: Camerton, Somerset
    Folio: 90v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Camelertone
    People mentioned within entire folio: Aelfhild, mother of Aethelnoth, Abbot of Glastonbury; Aelfric; Aelfric, son of Everwacer; Aethelmaer; Azelin; Eadmaer Atule; Eadraed; Erneis; Everard; Geoffrey de Mowbray, Bishop of Coutances; Godgifu; Godwine the priest; Harding; Husband of Godgifu; John; Nigel; Osweald; Ralph Crooked-hands; Ralph de Conteville; Robert, Count of Mortain; Roger; Saewulf; Serlo; Siward; Walkelin, Bishop of Winchester; Walscin; Walter Hosed; Wulfgar the monk; Wulfwig
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Horsey, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/8255
    Description:
    Place name: Horsey, Somerset
    Folio: 95r Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Hursi
    People mentioned within entire folio: Ailwacre; Algar; Alnoth the reeve; Alsige; Alweard; Alweard Glebard; Beorhtmaer the priest; Beorhtsige; Burgess of Bruton; Burgess of Ilchester; Eadweald; Edward; Edward the Breton; Ernebald; Esger; Folcwine; Gerard; Hubert; Ketil; King Edward as donor; Leofgar; Leofwine; Ludo; Maerle-Sveinn; Rademer; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Renewald; Reneward; Richard; Robert d'Auberville; Saemaer; Saeric; Walter Giffard; Walter de Douai; William; Wulfnoth; Wulfric
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Bickham, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/8258
    Description:
    Place name: Bickham, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Bichecome
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Langham, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reference: E 31/2/1/8259
    Description:
    Place name: Langham, Somerset
    Folio: 95v Great Domesday Book
    Domesday place name: Langeham
    People mentioned within entire folio: Abbey of St Mary of Glastonbury; Aelfgyth; Aelfric; Aethelweard; Ailwacre; Algar; Almaer; Alric; Alsige; Alweald; Alwig; Alwine son of Gode; Beorhtric; Cynesige; Dunna; Durand; Eadweald; Garmund; Hugh; Huscarl; Mainfrid; Ogis; Rademer; Raimar the clerk, brother of Walter de Douai; Ralph; Ralph de Conteville; Richard; Robert; Roger; Sarpo; Scirweald; Turgis; Walo; Walter de Douai; William de Moyon, the sheriff
    Date: 1086
    Held by: The National Archives, Kew
    Legal status: Public Record(s)
    Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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    Fact 1086  Stanford, Grimshoe, Norfolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.1 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £0.1.
    Households: 2 free men.
    Ploughland: 0.5 men's plough teams.
    Lord in 1066: free men, two.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph (son of Herlewin).
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Reginald son of Ivo.
    Phillimore reference: 21,12

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​TL8594/​stanford/​ 
    Fact 1086  Hunstanton, Smethdon, Norfolk, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.1 geld units. 16.0 villtax.
    Value: Value to lord in 1066 £4. Value to lord in 1086 £5. Value to lord c. 1070 £4.
    Households: 8 villagers. 11 smallholders. 5 slaves. 5 freemen.
    Ploughland: 2 lord's plough teams. 6.5 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 2 acres. Woodland 40 pigs. 2 mills. 2 fisheries.
    Livestock in 1066: 1 cobs. 1 cattle. 1 cows. 16 pigs. 110 sheep.
    Livestock in 1086: 1 cobs. 51 pigs. 50 sheep. 5 beehives.
    Lords in 1066: Thorn ; free man, one.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph son of Herlewin.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Phillimore reference: 9,9

    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.4 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1066 £0.8. Value to lord in 1086 £0.2.
    Households: 4 free men.
    Ploughland: 0.3 men's plough teams.
    Livestock in 1086: 2 .
    Lord in 1066: free men, four.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph son of H(erlewin).
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Phillimore reference: 9,118

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​TF6841/​hunstanton/​ 
    Fact 1086  Downham Market, Clackclose, Norfolk, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.3 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £0.2.
    Households: 2 free men.
    Lord in 1066: free man, one.
    Overlord in 1066: (Earl) Harold.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph son of Herlewin.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Places mentioned in this entry: Bexwell; Downham [Market].
    Phillimore reference: 9,231

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​TF6103/​downham-market/​ 
    Fact 1086  Bexwell, Clackclose, Norfolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.3 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £0.2.
    Households: 2 free men.
    Lord in 1066: free man, one.
    Overlord in 1066: (Earl) Harold.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph son of Herlewin.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Places mentioned in this entry: Bexwell; Downham [Market].
    Phillimore reference: 9,231

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​TF6303/​bexwell/​ 
    Fact 1086  Huish, Bempstone, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.3 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £0.5. Value to lord c. 1070 £0.5.
    Households: 5 smallholders.
    Ploughland: 1 ploughland (land for). 1 lord's plough teams.
    Lord in 1066: Alwy.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph {of Conteville}.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Walter of Douai.
    Phillimore reference: 24,36

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​ST3148/​huish/​ 
    Fact 1086  Sturston, Grimshoe, Norfolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.5 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1066 £0.1. Value to lord in 1086 £0.0.
    Households: 1 free men.
    Lord in 1066: free man, one.
    Lord in 1086: R(alph) son of H(erlewin).
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Phillimore reference: 9,120

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​TL8794/​sturston/​ 
    Fact 1086  Great and Little Massingham, Freebridge, Norfolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 0.5 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £0.7.
    Households: 4 villagers.
    Lord in 1066: Wulfmer.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph (son of Herlewin).
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Reginald son of Ivo.
    Phillimore reference: 21,11


    Head of manor: Massingham.
    Taxable units: Taxable value 1 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1066 £0.5. Value to lord in 1086 £0.3.
    Households: 6 villagers.
    Ploughland: 1 lord's plough teams.
    Lord in 1066: Godwin.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph son of Herlewin.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: William of Ecouis.
    Phillimore reference: 19,8

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​XX0000/​great-and-little-massingham/​ 
    Fact 1086  Adber, Dorset, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 1.3 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £0.8. Value to lord c. 1070 £0.8.
    Households: 1 villager. 1 smallholder.
    Ploughland: 1 ploughland (land for). 1 lord's plough teams.
    Other resources: 1.0 lord's lands. Meadow 10 acres. Woodland 20 acres.
    Lord in 1066: Alsi .
    Lord in 1086: Ralph {of Conteville}.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Walter of Douai.
    Phillimore reference: 24,37

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​ST5920/​adber/​ 
    Fact 1086  Ringstead, Smethdon, Norfolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 1.5 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1066 £0.5. Value to lord in 1086 £1.6.
    Households: 5 villagers. 2 slaves. 8 freemen. 1 free men.
    Ploughland: 1.3 lord's plough teams. 0.6 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 4 acres. 0.1 mills.
    Livestock in 1066: 82 sheep.
    Livestock in 1086: 1 cobs. 82 sheep.
    Lords in 1066: Alstan; Ramsey (St Benedict), abbey of; Tovi; free man, one.
    Overlord in 1066: (Archbishop) Stigand.
    Lords in 1086: Ralph of Tourlaville; Ralph son of Herlewin.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Phillimore reference: 9,8

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​TF7040/​ringstead/​ 
    Fact 1086  Chapel and Stone Allerton, Bempstone, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 11 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £5. Value to lord c. 1070 £8.
    Households: 9 villagers. 9 smallholders. 4 slaves.
    Ploughland: 8 ploughlands (land for). 3 lord's plough teams. 4 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: 8.87 lord's lands. Meadow 40 acres. Pasture 300 acres.
    Livestock in 1086: 4 cattle. 13 pigs.
    Lords in 1066: Wulfnoth; thanes, two.
    Lord in 1086: Ralph {of Conteville}.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Walter of Douai.
    Phillimore reference: 24,11

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​XX0000/​chapel-and-stone-allerton/​ 
    Fact 1086  East Brent and Brent Knoll, Bempstone, Somerset, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 20 geld units.
    Value: Value to lord in 1086 £54.5. Value to lord c. 1070 £15.
    Households: 53 villagers. 52 smallholders. 6 slaves. 10 cottagers.
    Ploughland: 30 ploughlands (land for). 12 lord's plough teams. 19 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: 4.0 lord's lands. Meadow 20 acres.
    Livestock in 1086: 1 cobs. 73 cattle. 60 pigs. 82 sheep.
    Lord in 1066: Glastonbury (St Mary), abbey of.
    Lords in 1086: Aelfric {son of Alwaker}; Glastonbury (St Mary), abbey of; Godwin {the priest}; Ralph {of Conteville}; Roger {of Courseulles}.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Glastonbury (St Mary), abbey of.
    Phillimore reference: 8,33

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​XX0000/​east-brent-and-brent-knoll/​ 
    Fact 1086  Tottington, Wayland, Norfolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Taxable units: Taxable value 4.8 geld units. 15.0 villtax.
    Value: Value to lord in 1066 £4. Value to lord in 1086 £3. Value to lord c. 1070 £4.
    Households: 4 villagers. 17 smallholders. 4 slaves. 3 freemen.
    Ploughland: 3 lord's plough teams. 3 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 24 acres. Woodland 30 pigs. 1 mill.
    Livestock in 1066: 1 cobs. 17 cattle. 32 pigs. 140 sheep. 63 mares.
    Livestock in 1086: 1 cobs. 18 cattle. 12 pigs. 167 sheep. 24 goats. 15 .
    Lord in 1066: Alwy (of Thetford).
    Lord in 1086: Ralph son of Herlewin.
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Roger Bigot.
    Phillimore reference: 9,12

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​TL8995/​tottington/​ 
    Occupation 1129  London, England UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    One of the 'Four sheriffs': Pip Roll of 1129-30 says the four sheriffs for that year were William Lelutre, Ralph son of Herlewin, William de Balio, and Geoffrey Burcherell.

    Pipe Roll 31 Henry I, pg. 149

     
    Fact 1130  London, England UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    William Lelutre and Geoffrey Bucherell and

    Ralph son of Herlewin

    render account of 6 gold marks that they might leave the shrievalty of London. In the treasury 3 gold marks.

    And they owe 3 gold marks.

    http:/​/​www​.law​.harvard​.edu/​faculty/​cdonahue/​courses/​lhsemelh/​materials/​PipeRoll31H1_&8203;PRS78​.pdf

    pg 117 
    Name Radulphi son of Herlewin 
    Name Ralph son of Herlewin 
    Name Raoul de Conteville 
    Name Raoul de Sancto Johanne 
    Name Raoul son of Herlewin 
    Occupation 1130  London, England UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    One of the 'Four sheriffs': Pip Roll of 1129-30 says the four sheriffs for that year were William Lelutre, Ralph son of Herlewin, William de Balio, and Geoffrey Burcherell.

    Pipe Roll 31 Henry I, pg. 149

     
    Died abt. 1132 
    • après 1089 (cité charte de Grestain 14/11/1089) possède des fiefs dans le Somerset et le Devon (1086, Domesday Book)


      after 1089 (charter city of Grestain 14/11/1089) has strongholds in Somerset and Devon (1086, Domesday Book)
    Age ~ 95 years 
    Siblings 7 siblings 
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    Notes 
    • "William Lelulre, Geoffrey Bucherell, and Ralph, son of Herlewin, reder account of six marks of gold, that they may go out of the shrievalty of London."

      https:/​/​books​.google​.com/​books?id=BjVNAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA149&lpg=PA149&dq=​%22son+of+Herlewin​%22&source=bl&ots=sp06dHC-6P&sig=ACfU3U1JlDH-HFVBdQwHYrCu8zPTYXEPlg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjHqvb9n63hAhVYsZ4KHbcbCCE4ChDoATAFegQICBAB#v=onepage&q=​%22son​%20of​%20Herlewin​%22&f=false
    • https:/​/​books​.google​.com/​books?id=c4lJAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA108&lpg=PA108&dq=​%22son+of+Herlewin​%22&source=bl&ots=0kCtsOk30H&sig=ACfU3U3TtMBVQ_&8203;wjPH-TDpL6d_&8203;9Hq5N-OA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjHqvb9n63hAhVYsZ4KHbcbCCE4ChDoATACegQICRAB#v=onepage&q=​%22son​%20of​%20Herlewin​%22&f=false
    • Tottington, or Mortimer's Manor
      Alwi, a Saxon, was lord in the Confessor's time, and the Conqueror gave it to Roger Bigot, of whom Ralf, son of Herlewin, held it at the survey; it contained four carucates, three of which were demean; there was wood for 30 swine, a walk for 137 sheep, 24 goats, and at the Confessor's survey 63 mares, but now only 15; the manor was worth 80s. afterwards it fell to 60s. The whole town was better than four miles in length and two in breadth, and paid 15d. to the geld.

      It continued in the Bigots, and in King Stephen's time, Hugh Bigot owned it, who divided it, and gave part to the Prior of Thetford, which constituted their manor here, and the other part to John le Strange, who gave 20s. rent to the same convent, out of his part, in Richard the First's time, in exchange for lands in Bernham in Suffolk. But in a pleading in Richard the First's time, it is said that Bygot was only the superiour lord of the fee, and that Herlewyne, who had it at the survey, left it to Ralf his son, who married Helwyse, daughter of Hugh de Plais, and left Reginald, sirnamed Le Brun, who was uncle to John le Strange, son of John le Strange, nephew and heir of the said Reginald le Brun; and it appears that part of it was conveyed to Warner or Warin de Tottington, who gave the tithes of his estate, which contained half a knight's fee, to Thetford priory; this Warin had it of Roger de Reymes, who had it of Bigot. In 1195, there was a dispute between Robert Mortimer of Atilburgh, and John le Strange of Hunstanton, concerning five fees in Hunstanton, Totington, Ringstede, Snitterton, &c. and at the last, Robert released the whole to John, and John gave back this manor to Robert and his heirs, to be held of John by one knight's fee, save a 20th part, excepting also the church of Totington, and the rents and services that he had given to the nuns at Campesse in Suffolk; I have seen the deeds by which he gave the church to the nuns, with a messuage late Simon le Brun's, with all the lands belonging to it, with Katherine, daughter of the said Simon, and her family, Sir Roger Mustrell, William, son of Richard de Hunstanton, and others, being witnesses; excepting also divers rent and services, which constituted the manor called

      https:/​/​en​.wikisource​.org/​wiki/​History_&8203;of_&8203;Norfolk/​Volume_&8203;2/​Wayland
    • Biography
      This article is about the relative of the earliest certainly traceable man in the Le Strange of Hunstanton line, known as Roland and possibly also sometimes recorded as Riuallon and Roald and other similar spellings. This Ralph is the man from whom the Le Strange's inherited Hunstanton (or part of it), which they held then for centuries. He appears holding part of it in the Domesday book.[1] He also appears in Norfolk in Bexwell, Downham Market, Massingham, Snetterton, Rinstead, and Tottington.

      Eyton perhaps first showed that this Roland's wife Maud or Mathilda must have been a daughter and heiress of Ralph fitz Herlwin.[2]

      Keats-Rohan suggests that this Herluin is the same as Herluin fitz Ivo (also known as Herluin of Panworth), meaning the father of Herluin would be named Ivo, and that Herlewin was probably a brother of Rainald or Reginald fitz Ivo, who is overlord to a Herluin fitz Ivo in several places in the Domesday Book.[3]

      Douglas, in his book of Bury-related documents, shows Reginald was also refered as "fitz Levohi" or fitz "Levoni".[4]

      In the Norfolk notes from John Palmer's project at Hull university says:

      R[ALPH] SON OF H[ERLEWIN]. Ralph son of H and R son of H, who held Hunstanton and Sturston in Norfolk from Roger Bigot , are almost certainly Ralph son of Herlewin, who held six other manors in the county from Roger, including a second manor in Hunstanton. He was also known as Ralph of Hunstanton: Farrer, Honors, iii. 117. He is probably also the tenant of Reginald son of Ivo at Massingham, where he held another manor from William of Ecouis , and at Stanford . Reginald had no other tenants of this name, and William none in the county, but Roger Bigot had an unidentified Ralph at Titchwell, six miles from Hunstanton and five from another of the manors of Herlewin's son, at Ringstead. However, another Bigot tenant, Ralph of Tourlaville, also held land in the same manor of Ringstead . It is conceivable that the two bynames refer to the same Ralph, but unlikely since they occur in the same entry and there is no trace of the Tourlaville holdings among those held by the descendants of Herlewin's son: Farrer, Honors, iii. 117-19. Dr Keats-Rohan suggests that Herlewin is Herlewin son of Ivo (q.v.), also a tenant of Reginald son of Ivo in Norfolk, and perhaps his brother. Ralph's manors are recorded in Coel (no. 548) and referenced in Domesday people, p. 340, where there are errors in the commentary; the tenant at Titchwell is unidentified (no. 9518)..
      Another family in London?
      Round, in his work on Geoffrey de Mandeville, drew attention to a London family involving both Normans and Ango-Saxons, also with a Herlewin and a son and heir named Ralph. He adds more children of Herlewin: William (living 1130), Herlewin (living 1130), and Ingenolda, the wife of a sheriff of London named Roger. [5] Possibly this is a different family?

      Sources
      http:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​TF6841/​hunstanton/​
      ↑ Antiquities of Shropshire, Volume 10 p.264
      ↑ Herluin Filius Ivo is in Domesday Descendants p.252. Radulf Filius Herluini is p.340. Rainald Filius Iuonis is p.349.
      ↑ Douglas http:/​/​babel​.hathitrust​.org/​cgi/​pt?id=mdp​.39015040789920;view=1up;seq=98
      ↑ Round https:/​/​archive​.org/​stream/​geoffreydemande00roungoog#page/​n337/​mode/​1up
      PASE page for Ralph fitz Herluin: http:/​/​domesday​.pase​.ac​.uk/​Domesday?op=5&personkey=47952

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    Person ID I105552294  St. John Origin and Ancestry DNA Database
    Last Modified 2 Apr 2019 

    Father Ancestors Herlewin de Conteville
              b. 1001
              d. 1066  (Age 65 years) 
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    Mother Fredesendis, of Grestain Abbey 
    Relationship Birth 
    Children 8 children 
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    Wife 1 Ancestors Mary, daughter of Baldwin of Arras and ____, daughter of Algar, son of Cole 
    Married
    Children 7 children 
    Last Modified 1 Apr 2019 
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    Wife 2 Ancestors Helewisa Plaiz
              d. 1120, Thetford, Suffolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 3 children 
    Last Modified 1 Apr 2019 
    Family ID F399096  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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