Memorials of the Holles Family, 1493-1656

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CAP. 16

(p. 161) This name of Frescheville is French and signified as much as Neville, the new towne, or it may be Freschenville (as we finde it written sometimes) the freshwater towne, and most probably came into England wth the Norman 1; for I have seene in an olde list of Norman gentry yt entred England wth the Conqueror amongst others A. de Frechevile wch I would read Ankerus de Frechevile. It is yet true that I have not met wth the name in any record untill the time of K. Hen. 2d and then in the Pipe Rolles amongst the pleas of the Forrest for Oxfordshire the 13th yeare of yt King,a I finde this-- Forsthulle. Eustachii de Freschevill r. c. de dim. mc + ̄e. Afterwardes I meet wth it againe amongst the Rolles of Northfolke and Suffolke in ye 2nd yeare of King Richard the first b:

'Et in tris datis Cardoni de Freschenvill--12 lib. 18 sol. 6 den. blanc in Henningeham de dim. annoy.'

But what relation theis had to our Freschevilles I am to seeke. The first yt I dare with confidence designe a lineall ancestor was Rafe de Frecheville who was Justiciar Itinerant about the beginning of K. John, for thus we finde in the before named Cartulary of Welbeck Abbey.c

Memorand. quod ao milesimo ducentesimo in crastino sancti Martini Johēs filius Thome de Cuckeneyconvictus fuit a quodam apellatore scilicet Radō de Edinstowet postea suspensus. Et Justiciarii Dni. Regis ad gaolam deliberandam fuerunt Radias de Freschenvile, Willas de Morteyn, Hugo de la Chapele et Simon de Hedon.

This Rafe de Frescheville I undoubtedly beleive to be the father of Anker de Frescheville who married the daughter of Hubert Fitz- Rafe; for his sonne it could not be because long after, that is in the 3d yeare of Hen. 3d, he was a ward. So the record assures me

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a
Rot. Pip. Oxinefordscire ao 13 Hen. 2.
b
Rot. Pip. Norf. et Sudf. ao 2 Ri. I.
c
Registr. de Welbecke, pag. 1.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • To My Sonne Frescheville Holles. 2
  • Cap. 1 8
  • Cap. 2 15
  • Cap. 3 25
  • Cap. 4 30
  • Cap. 5 33
  • Cap. 6 37
  • Cap. 7 48
  • Cap. 8 61
  • Cap. 9 69
  • Cap. 10 73
  • Cap. 11 83
  • Cap. 12 88
  • Cap. 14 116
  • Cap. 15 129
  • Cap. 16 145
  • Cap. 17 165
  • Cap. 18 184
  • Cap. 19 193
  • Cap. 20 205
  • Cap. 21 227
  • Cap. 22 235
  • Notes 237
  • Index 267
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