Dating wiffe

Regis patris Imperatricis" who died without heirs, inherited by "Roberto de Oylli…Henrici de Oylli patri istius Henrici"[1826].m firstly SIBYLLA, daughter of --- (-after [1200]).It is supposed that the name "de Mee---e" indicates Mayenne, but this is not beyond all doubt.Henry & his wife had [five] children: a) HENRY de Oilly (-[1232]).The mid-15th century English translation of the cartulary of Oseney records that "Henry Doylly ye soone of Henry Doylly…the Kynges constable" confirmed donations to Oseney abbey, for the health of "Sibille my wiffe and of Moolde my dowghter" and the souls of "…my brother Robert Doylly", by charter dated to [1200][1833]. "Henricus constabularius domini regis" confirmed the donation of land "de Mildecumba quam Nigellus de Oili eis donavit" and land "in Oxenfordia de dono Roberto de Oili" and land "de Cestrona…ex dono Henrici de Oili patris mei" to Eynsham abbey, for the souls of "uxoris et liberorum meorum", by charter dated to [1175/97], witnessed by "Widone de Oili…"[1834].] d) MARGERY de Oilly (-before 1196).The on-line Corrections and Additions to the Complete Peerage suggest that Margery, first wife of Waleran Earl of Warwick, was the daughter of Henry de Oilly[1835].“Editha, Roberto de Oilly conjugali copula juncta” donated property to Thame Abbey, for the souls of “Henrici et Gilberti filiorum meorum”, by undated charter witnessed by “Fulco de Oilly, Fulco Luval, Henrico filio Roberti filii Aumari”[1809].“Henricus de Oleio” donated property to Oseney Abbey, Oxfordshire, with the consent of "Roberto filio regis fratre meo”, for the souls of "…patris mei Roberti de Oleio…fratris mei Gilberti", by undated charter[1810].

Her first and [third] marriages are confirmed by a lawsuit recorded in 1194 in which "Matill uxor Walteri fil Robti" sued "Cecilia uxore Rad fil Wigain" over Swereford manor, Oxfordshire, given to her by "Henri de Oilli vir eius…in dote"[1818]."Henricus constabularius domini regis" confirmed the donation of land "de Mildecumba quam Nigellus de Oili eis donavit" and land "in Oxenfordia de dono Roberto de Oili" and land "de Cestrona…ex dono Henrici de Oili patris mei" to Eynsham abbey, for the souls of "uxoris et liberorum meorum", by charter dated to [1175/97], witnessed by "Widone de Oili…"[1822].The Red Book of the Exchequer, listing scutage payments in [1194/95], records "Henricus de Oyli" paying "xxii l vi s viii d, xxii milites et iii partem" in Oxfordshire, also paying in Berkshire[1823].A writ dated 7 Mar "47 Hen III", after the death of "John de Plessetis alias de Plascetis earl of Warwick", notes that "Humphrey de Bohun gave the manor [of Bradenham, Buckinghamshire] in free marriage to Henry de Oylly with Maud his sister"[1816].The 1164/65 Pipe Roll records "uxor Henri de Oilli" accounting for land in Oxfordshire, presumably indicating that her husband had recently died[1817].

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