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|Name:||Robert Le Vavasour||Determine relationship to...|
|Birth:||1153 Hazlewood And Storiths, Skipton, Yorkshire, England||Father:||William Le Vavasour Mother:Matilda Perry|
|Married:||Juliane De Multon 1208 2ND Husband 2ND Wife|
|John Le Vavasour||ABT 1212 Hazlewood And Storiths, Skipton, Yorkshire, England||BEF 1285 Cockfield, Durham, England|
|Married:||Julian De Ros 1st Wife|
|Maude Le Vavasour||ABT 1176 Hazlewood And Storiths, Skipton, Yorkshire, England||BEF 1250 Arklow, Wicklow, Leinster, Ireland|
|John Le Vavasour||ABT 1185 Hazlewood And Storiths, Skipton, Yorkshire, England||DECEASED Edlington, Yorkshire, England|
|Death:||BEF 1227 Hazlewood And Storiths, Skipton, Yorkshire, England|
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Robert; Deputy for Sheriff of Lancs 1197;allowed York Minster a right of way to transport quarried stone across his land at Hazlewood, Yorks, c1225; married 1st ? and had [Maud]. Robert le Vavasourmarried 2nd 1208 Juliane, daughter of Thomas de Multon and widow of Thomas de Rie, and died by 1227, having by her had [John], with perhaps another son Henry. [Burke's Peerage]
ROBERT LE VAVASOUR son and heir,was deputy for Theobald Walter, Sheriff of Lancashire in 1197. In March 1204 the King granted him free warren in all his land in Wharfedale; in 1223 he was involved in a case of darrein presentment for the church of Edlington; and circa1225 he granted to York Minster a right of way to carry stone from Thevesdale quarry, on his land at Hazlewood.
He married, 1stly, (name and parentage unknown) (i). He married, 2ndly, in 1208, Juliane, widow of Thomas DE RIE, daughter of Thomas DE MULTON, by his 1st wife, Sarah, daughter and heir of Richard DE FLETE. He was dead in 1227, when arrangements were made for the wardship and marriage of his son. His widow married, before 30 September 1233, Robert MUSARD. [Complete Peerage XII/2:231-2, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
(i) By this lady he had a daughter Maud, who m. 1stly, Theobald Walter, ancestor of the Butlers, later Earls of Ormund, and 2ndly, in 1207, Fulk FitzWarin.