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Joan de Champernon

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Joan de Champernon was born in in of Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devon, England (daughter of Henry de Campo Arnulphi and Joan Bodrugan).

    Family/Spouse: Nicholas de Bonville. Nicholas (son of Nicholas de Bonville and Hawise de Shute) was born about 1293 in of Shute, Devon, England; died about 1354. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. William Bonville was born about 1332 in of Shute, Devon, England; died on 11 Feb 1408; was buried in Newenham Abbey, Devon, England.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Henry de Campo Arnulphi was born in 1271 (son of William de Champernoun and Joan de Ferrers); died before 8 May 1329.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Between 1271 and 1273
    • Alternate birth: Abt 1274, of Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devon, England
    • Alternate death: 1330

    Notes:

    Or Campernon; or Champernoun.

    Knight of the shire for Devon, April 1309; for Cornwall and Devon, Aug and Nov 1311.

    Henry married Joan Bodrugan. Joan (daughter of Henry de Bodrugan and Sybil de Mandeville) was born before 1290; died after 1331. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Joan Bodrugan was born before 1290 (daughter of Henry de Bodrugan and Sybil de Mandeville); died after 1331.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Aft 1333

    Children:
    1. 1. Joan de Champernon was born in in of Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devon, England.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  William de Champernoun was born in in of Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devon, England (son of Henry de Campo Arnulphi and Dionisia English); died in 1304.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Bef 21 Feb 1305
    • Alternate death: Between 1319 and 1320

    Notes:

    Knight of the shire for Cornwall, Nov 1295; and for Devon, May 1298.

    William married Joan de Ferrers. Joan (daughter of William de Ferrers and Matilda) was born in in of Bere Ferrers, Tavistock, Devon, England; died after Nov 1309. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Joan de Ferrers was born in in of Bere Ferrers, Tavistock, Devon, England (daughter of William de Ferrers and Matilda); died after Nov 1309.
    Children:
    1. 2. Henry de Campo Arnulphi was born in 1271; died before 8 May 1329.

  3. 6.  Henry de Bodrugan was born about 1262 (son of Roger de Bodrugan and Isolde de Pyn); died in 1308.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Between 1262 and 1265
    • Alternate birth: 1263, Bodrugan, Cornwall, England
    • Alternate death: Between 29 Oct 1308 and 23 Jan 1309
    • Alternate death: Jan 1309

    Notes:

    "It should be noted that the Register of Walter Bronescombe calls him son and heir of Philip de Bodrugan; this is clearly an error and should properly be grandson and heir." [Joe Cochoit, 26 Apr 2011, citation details below.]

    From The Complete Peerage II:199:

    Henry Bodrigan was sum. to Parl.. 26 Oct 1309, by a writ directed 'Henrico de Bodrigan', but he had been dead 9 months when the writ issued (a). [...]

    He m., before 26 Oct 1288, Sibyl, widow of Piers le Power, sister and heir of Walter de Mandeville. She, who was then aged over 24, was living 18 July 1304, but d. in or before 1308. He had livery of her lands and of those of his uncle, William Bodrigan, in 1308. He d. Jan 1308/9. Writ for IPM, 23 Jan, 2 Edw. II. None of his descendants were sum. to Parl.

    (a) Although the House of Lords has been very liberal in conferring peerages on gentlemen living about this time, who would have been much surprised to learn that they enjoyed that honour, yet the House has never yet held that a summons to a dead man created an hereditary Barony descendible to heirs general.

    Henry married Sybil de Mandeville before 26 Oct 1288. Sybil (daughter of (Unknown de Mandeville) and Alice Giffard) was born on 29 Sep 1264; died before 1309. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Sybil de Mandeville was born on 29 Sep 1264 (daughter of (Unknown de Mandeville) and Alice Giffard); died before 1309.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Bef 23 Jan 1309

    Notes:

    "Sybil was a lady of the Queen's chamber in the retinue of Eleanor of Castile, but whether she held this position before or after the death of her first husband is not certain. She perhaps became known to the queen as her family held one half of Eltham, while the other half was royal demesne and the site of the royal palace at Eltham. In 1270, Henry III 'kept a public Christmas at his palace of Eltham, being accompanied by the Queen, and all the great men of the realm.' Sybil is frequently found in the household records of the Queen Eleanor beginning in February 1286, though an earlier connection to the Queen may be indicated by her marriage to Peter Le Poer. [...] Sybil married Henry de Bodrugan sometime before the IPM of her brother Walter de Mandville was taken on 6 November 1288. Henry de Bodrugan was in the expedition to Gascony in 1286 with King Edward, which was also accompanied by Queen Eleanor and a large number of the royal household. It is possible that it was while traveling with the king and queen that the match with Sybil was made. Queen Eleanor was well known for matchmatching of cousins and women of the queen's household to well landed English nobles. It is also possible that the Bodrugans' strong religious connections played a roll (marrying the niece of two powerful bishops to a major benefactor of Glasney College and the brother of the archdeacon of Cornwall). The first child of Sybil and Henry was born 6 January 1290 at Bodrugan, co. Cornwall. It may be that Sybil remained in the household of Queen Eleanor for a time after her second marriage as Sybil's children were still with the queen's children in 1289-90. Eleanor died in November 1290 and her will includes a bequest 'to Sybil, wife of Henry de Boderingeham, of the marriage of John le Power, son and heir of Peter le Power, tenant in chief, her former husband.'" [Joe Cochoit, 26 Apr 2011, citation details below.]

    Children:
    1. 3. Joan Bodrugan was born before 1290; died after 1331.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Henry de Campo Arnulphi was born about 1225 in of Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devon, England (son of Oliver de Campo Ernulfi and Wymarca); died between 1281 and 1284.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Aft Jul 1281

    Notes:

    Also called Henry de Chambernun.

    Henry married Dionisia English before Jun 1249. Dionisia (daughter of Gilbert English) died after Mar 1284. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Dionisia English (daughter of Gilbert English); died after Mar 1284.

    Notes:

    Also called Denise.

    Children:
    1. 4. William de Champernoun was born in in of Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, Devon, England; died in 1304.
    2. Richard de Champernoun was born in in of Inceworth, Cornwall, England; died between 1287 and 1290.

  3. 10.  William de Ferrers was born in 1230 in of Bere Ferrers, Tavistock, Devon, England (son of Reginald de Ferrers); died between 1270 and 1279.

    William married Matilda. Matilda was born in in of Otterham, Camelford, Cornwall, England; died after 1256. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 11.  Matilda was born in in of Otterham, Camelford, Cornwall, England; died after 1256.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Bef 1268

    Notes:

    Sometimes shown as a Champernoun, daughter of Oliver Champernoun, in order to explain the devolution of Otterham to the Champernouns. But that would have made her daughter Joan first cousin to her husband William de Champernoun. And Joan's marriage is by itself sufficient explanation of the passage of the property from the one family to the other.

    Children:
    1. 5. Joan de Ferrers was born in in of Bere Ferrers, Tavistock, Devon, England; died after Nov 1309.
    2. Hugh Ferrers was born in in of Churston Ferrers, Devon, England; died between 4 Sep 1305 and 18 Mar 1309.

  5. 12.  Roger de Bodrugan was born about 1235 in of Bodrugan, Cornwall, England (son of Philip de Bodrugan and Rosa); died between 1271 and 1277.

    Roger married Isolde de Pyn. Isolde (daughter of Simon de Pyn) was born before 1250; died before 1 Apr 1311. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 13.  Isolde de Pyn was born before 1250 (daughter of Simon de Pyn); died before 1 Apr 1311.

    Notes:

    Also called Isolda de Bathonia.

    She was "the great-niece of Stephen Heym, steward of the earl of Cornwall in the 1260s and a prominent ecclesiastic", according to The Bodrugans: A Study of a Cornish Medieval Knightly Family by James Whetter, quoted by Pat Patterson [citation details below].

    Children:
    1. 6. Henry de Bodrugan was born about 1262; died in 1308.

  7. 14.  (Unknown de Mandeville)

    Notes:

    "The name of [Sybil de Mandeville's] father remains uncertain. In the 1288 IPM in Bedford, Sybil was found to be the heir of her brother Walter de Mandeveille's 1/6 share of the manor of Lutton, co. Bedford; Godfrey, bishop of Worcester claimed the manor of Alerynton (Alkerton), co. Oxford which he said he gave to Walter de Mandeville with the provision it should revert back to him if Walter died without heirs of his body. As a clue to the ancestry of Sybil and Walter, Walter had previously held the portions of the manors of Eltham, Woolwich and Mottingham, however he exchanged these for 1/6 of the manor of Luton with John de Vesci. One half of Eltham was anciently given to the Mandeville family but its exact descent to Walter de Mandeville is not known. However, in 1255 John de Marisco answered for the fee of Woolwich under Ralph de Mandeville. It seems a good possibility that Sybil and Walter are the children of this Ralph de Mandeville. Though at least one web site makes them the children of was Edmund de Mandeville citing 'A Survey of the Cathedral Church of Worcester (London: 1736.).' Neither this Ralph nor Edmund have yet been identified in the main Mandeville family as of yet." [Joe Cochoit, 26 Apr 2011, citation details below.]

    (Unknown married Alice Giffard. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 15.  Alice Giffard (daughter of Hugh de Giffard and Sibyl de Cormeilles).

    Notes:

    "Henry married Sybil de Mandeville, the daughter an unknown de Mandeville and Alice Giffard, and a niece of Walter Giffard, bishop of archbishop of York and Godfrey Giffard, bishop of Worcester. Alice (Giffard) Mandeville was apparently the 'favorite sister' of Walter Giffard based on the multiple gifts to her found in his Register. Bishop Godfrey Giffard named 'lady Sybil de Bodaringham, my niece' in his will of 1302." [Joe Cochoit, 26 Apr 2011, citation details below.]

    Citations for the above:

    Register of Walter Giffard, lord archbishop of York (A.D. 1266-1279) ed. William Brown (1904). Surtees Society vol. 109, p. xiii.

    Will of Godfrey Giffard, Bishop of Worcester A.D. 1301, by J. M. Hall. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, vol. 20 p. 139-154.

    Children:
    1. 7. Sybil de Mandeville was born on 29 Sep 1264; died before 1309.