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Robert de la Haye-Paynel, Moneyer; son of Wimund II, de la Haye-Paynel

Robert de la Haye-Paynel, Moneyer; son of Wimund II, de la Haye-Paynel

Male Abt 1019 - Aft 1086  (~ 68 years)  Submit Photo / DocumentSubmit Photo / Document    Has 40 ancestors but no descendants in this family tree.


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  • Relationshipwith Mathias St. John
    Born abt. 1019 
    Gender Male 
    Fact
    From: Richard of Grimley [in Worcestershire] To: W de leca? [Document damaged. The grantee's name and other details lost.] The land of 'Crupelegate' [in Grimley in Worcestershire], which he holds of the prior of Worcester?. For an annual payment of 2s? For this the grantee has paid 20s. No date. [Date: handwriting.] [Ralph, prior of Worcester Cathedral Priory, granted land at 'Crupelgate' to Richard of Grimley in the mid to late 12th century. See R R Darlington (ed), The Cartulary of Worcester Cathedral Priory (Register I) (Pipe Roll Society NS 38, 1962-3), pp230-231, no440.] Witnesses: Hugh puh'; Randal son of Roger; William Rupe; Haymer de thurri; William de furches; Richard the chamberlain ('camerarius'); Peter de Wicha; Osbert of Pershore; Osbert, son of Osbert of Pershore; Robert son of Wimund; Walter the clerk; John son of Serle; John blache; Edwin son of Edwin; Humphrey son of Adam; Peter the clerk, son of William de Sancta helena Endorsed 'Carta W de leca de crupelgat' de ii sol' redditus' and 'Wygorn'' in late 13th cent hands.

    https:/​/​discovery​.nationalarchives​.gov​.uk/​details/​r/​e4d99b09-3b1e-4787-acd7-88436ac07380 
    Fact From: Robert son of Wimund of Shuttlesfield [in Lyminge] To: the prior and convent of Canterbury Cathedral Priory 1½ acres of land, lying in the vill ('villa') of Great Mongeham ('opmuningeham') with the land which 'Dominus' Bertram bought of William de muntes to south, the land of Ivo aterhex to north, the messuage of Denise ('Denotha') de herddewiueswik' to east and the land of John Loth to west. For an annual payment of 1d as a quit-rent ('forisgabulum'), payable as specified in the priory's treasury at Canterbury. For this the priory has also paid 6 marks as a gersum fine. No date. [Date: handwriting and witnesses to other Mongeham charters.] Witnesses: 'Dominus' Alfred ('Aluredus') de dene, priory steward ('senescallus'); Thomas of Ackholt [in Nonington]; Henry de stonling'; John son of Hamo; William of Elham; Richard brabezun; Henry the smith ('faber'); William, son of Henry the smith; Thomas son of Richard; Thomas atte sole; John merhiwerd; John de la heihe Endorsed with description and note of registration in late 13th cent hands.

    https:/​/​discovery​.nationalarchives​.gov​.uk/​details/​r/​27235a89-ab3b-44b1-8937-b234504f9a5c 
    Fact Osbert, who was prior of Westminster at the time, probably learnt of the incident through them. For Samson, the story commemorated more favourable relations between the abbey and London merchants than existed in his own day. In his chronicle of the abbey, Jocelin de Brakelond describes a dispute between Abbot Samson and the London merchants over the latter’s refusal to pay tolls at the market of Bury St Edmunds.140


    140 The forges were part of a cluster of eighteen established at the head of Market Street just outside the Royal Palace. Martin Biddle considers these to have been in all likelihood workshops for moneyers, because of their situation and since a known moneyer, Robert, son of Wimund, held seven of them.

    https:/​/​epdf​.pub/​saints-and-their-communities-miracle-stories-in-twelfth-century-england-oxford-h1ca51d038350be08fd3aec50c137927f32548​.html 
    Fact 1086  Burneston, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 1 men.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 20 ploughlands. 1 men's plough teams.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 6 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Merleswein (the sheriff).
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Partially waste in 1086.
    This entry mentions multiple places: Burneston; Exelby; Gatenby; Newton [Picot]; Ounesbi; Theakston.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N151

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE3084/​burneston/​ 
    Fact 1086  Exelby, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 1 men.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 20 ploughlands. 1 men's plough teams.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 6 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Merleswein (the sheriff).
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Partially waste in 1086.
    This entry mentions multiple places: Burneston; Exelby; Gatenby; Newton [Picot]; Ounesbi; Theakston.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N151

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE2987/​exelby/​ 
    Fact 1086  Gatenby, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 1 men.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 20 ploughlands. 1 men's plough teams.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 6 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Merleswein (the sheriff).
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Partially waste in 1086.
    This entry mentions multiple places: Burneston; Exelby; Gatenby; Newton [Picot]; Ounesbi; Theakston.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N151

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE3287/​gatenby/​ 
    Fact 1086  Newton Picot, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 1 men.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 20 ploughlands. 1 men's plough teams.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 6 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Merleswein (the sheriff).
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Partially waste in 1086.
    This entry mentions multiple places: Burneston; Exelby; Gatenby; Newton [Picot]; Ounesbi; Theakston.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N151

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE3189/​newton-picot/​ 
    Fact 1086  Ounesbi, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 1 men.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 20 ploughlands. 1 men's plough teams.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 6 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Merleswein (the sheriff).
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Partially waste in 1086.
    This entry mentions multiple places: Burneston; Exelby; Gatenby; Newton [Picot]; Ounesbi; Theakston.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N151

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE3287/​ounesbi/​ 
    Fact 1086  Theakston, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 1 men.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 20 ploughlands. 1 men's plough teams.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 6 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Merleswein (the sheriff).
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Partially waste in 1086.
    This entry mentions multiple places: Burneston; Exelby; Gatenby; Newton [Picot]; Ounesbi; Theakston.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N151

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE3085/​theakston/​ 
    Fact 1086  Lea, Lincolnshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 16 villagers. 2 freemen.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 5 ploughlands. 1 lord's plough teams. 3 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 115 acres. Woodland 100 acres. 0.5 fisheries.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 1 pound 10 shillings in 1086; 5 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lords in 1066: Fulcric; Fulcric's brothers; Ulfkil.
    Other information
    Phillimore reference: Lincolnshire 12,4

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SK8286/​lea/​ 
    Fact 1086  Soerby, Lincolnshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 2 freemen.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 0.5 ploughlands. 0.4 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 10 acres. Woodland 10 acres.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lords in 1066: Fulcric; Fulcric's brothers; Ulfkil.
    Other information
    Phillimore reference: Lincolnshire 12,6

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SK8589/​somerby/​ 
    Fact 1086  Syerston, Nottinghamshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 3 freemen.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 1.5 ploughlands. 1.5 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 12 acres.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 1 pound in 1086; 2 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Aelric.
    Other information
    Phillimore reference: Nottinghamshire 2,3

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SK7447/​syerston/​ 
    Fact 1086  Heapham, Lincolnshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 4 freemen.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 0.5 ploughlands. 0.3 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 20 acres.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lords in 1066: Fulcric; Fulcric's brothers; Ulfkil.
    Other information
    Phillimore reference: Lincolnshire 12,5

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SK8788/​heapham/​ 
    Fact 1086  Kirklington, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 4 villagers.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 6 ploughlands. 1.5 lord's plough teams. 2.5 men's plough teams.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 16 shillings in 1086; 1 pound in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Rosskell.
    Other information
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N147

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE3181/​kirklington/​ 
    Fact 1086  Teswell, Nottinghamshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Households
    Households: 8 villagers. 5 smallholders.
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 4 ploughlands. 1 lord's plough teams. 4 men's plough teams.
    Other resources: Meadow 40 acres. Woodland 4 * 1.5 furlongs.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 2 pounds in 1086; 2 pounds in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert of Moutiers.
    Lord in 1066: Wulfmer.
    Other information
    Phillimore reference: Nottinghamshire 2,9

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SK7879/​treswell/​ 
    Fact 1086  Yarnwick, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 2 ploughlands.
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 1 pound in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Gernand.
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Waste in 1086.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N148

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE3181/​yarnwick/​ 
    Fact 1086  Cowling, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Land and resources
    Ploughland: 3 ploughlands.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: (Earl) Edwin.
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) in 1066.
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Waste in 1086.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N128

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE2387/​cowling/​ 
    Fact 1086  Howe, Yorkshire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Land of Count Alan (of Brittany)
    Valuation
    Annual value to lord: 10 shillings in 1066.
    Owners
    Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Count Alan (of Brittany).
    Lord in 1086: Robert (of Moutiers).
    Lord in 1066: Sprot.
    Other information
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) in 1066.
    Possibly waste (ambiguous) when acquired by current owner.
    Waste in 1086.
    Phillimore reference: Yorkshire 6N158

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​place/​SE3580/​howe/​ 
    Name 1086  England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Robert of Moutiers

    https:/​/​opendomesday​.org/​name/​robert-of-moutiers/​ 
    Died aft. 1086 
    Fact 1110 
    [22] Sideloc held 1 tenement TRE which paid every custom. Now the wife of Wimund the moneyer has it, and she pays 6d. landgable and no other custom. And it is unoccupied.

    http:/​/​users​.trytel​.com/​~tristan/​towns/​florilegium/​introduction/​intro06​.html 
    Fact 1110 
    [41] Alwin the priest held 1 tenement TRE and performed the custom. Now Robert son of Wimund holds it and likewise pays the custom. And it yields 20s.

    http:/​/​users​.trytel​.com/​~tristan/​towns/​florilegium/​introduction/​intro06​.html 
    Fact 1110 
    [62] And Robert son of Wimund also has a forge there, which was a cellar TRE. And it yields 4s.

    http:/​/​users​.trytel​.com/​~tristan/​towns/​florilegium/​introduction/​intro06​.html 
    Fact 1110 
    [65] And in the same place Robert son of Wimund has 6 forges, and they yield 28s. And from these forges built by encroachment on the road the king has no custom.

    [66] And where Merewen's enclosure is there was a tenement which Edwin held TRE. But Geoffrey the clerk threw it down.

    http:/​/​users​.trytel​.com/​~tristan/​towns/​florilegium/​introduction/​intro06​.html 
    Fact 1110 
    7] Wulfric the priest held 1 tenement TRE which paid every custom. Now Robert son of Wimund holds it, and likewise pays every custom. And it yields 15s.

    http:/​/​users​.trytel​.com/​~tristan/​towns/​florilegium/​introduction/​intro06​.html 
    • "[7]"
      This property had forges associated with it and Wimund was a minter under the first Norman kings.
    Age ~ 68 years 
    Siblings 12 siblings 
    Oldest Known Ancestors
    Paternal Line: Eystein Ivarsson b. abt. 810
    Maternal Line: Emma de Moulins
    Person ID I105553814  St. John Origin and Ancestry DNA Database
    Last Modified 23 May 2020 

    Father Ancestors Wimund Felix de la Haye-Paynel, II, Minter,   b. abt. 1018,   d. 1186-1103  (Age ~ 85 years) 
    Relationship Birth 
    Mother Emma de Moulins 
    Relationship Birth 
    Family ID F399511  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Reference  Your Name Here. "Robert de la Haye-Paynel, Moneyer; son of Wimund II, de la Haye-Paynel". The St. John Genealogy. https://www.stjohngenealogy.com/getperson.php?personID=I105553814&tree=OSA0001 (accessed May 31, 2020).


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