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Dina

circa 1135 - after 1201

Father Robert, son of Hardulph
Mother unknown
Husband Robert, son of Walter
Children Alice, Amphelia, Ysolt


Dina was probably born somewhere around 1135 (1), the daughter and heir of Robert, son of Hardulph (2).

She married Robert, son of Walter (2), and they had three daughters Alice, Amphelisa and Ysolt/Yseuda (4).

Her husband died before her, sometime after 1186, and she died sometime in the early 1200s, when the Leicestershire lands she inherited from her father (along with her husband's Derbyshire lands) were divided amongst their daughters (4).


Brief details of her children:



Sources:

  1. Her date of birth cannot be inferred with any degree of certainty, but from the birth of her (youngest surviving?) daughter Ysolt around 1170 she was seemingly born sometime between about 1130 and 1150. Her grandfather, Hardulf, was old enough to hold land at the time of the Domesday survey, so that suggests a date towards the earlier end of this range, hence a date of birth around 1135 seems reasonable.
  2. "Some account of Colton and of the De Wasteney's family", Frederick Perrot Parker, 1879, page 21, cites a charter (but unfortunately neglects to give any reference to it) which reads :
    Bertramus de Verdon omnibus hominibus Franc' et Angl', &c ... confirmasse Roberto filio Walteri et heredibus quas habebit de Domina Dina uxore ejus, filia Roberti filii Hardulphi, totam terram de Angodesthorp quam teneo de Nigello de Morevilla. Test' Thome Dispensatore, Willmo Brito, Henrico Toche, Rado Bingam.
    This was a confirmation of an earlier grant to Robert son of Hardulf (3).
  3. "Some account of Colton and of the De Wasteney's family", Frederick Perrot Parker, 1879, page 19, cites a charter of about 1165 (but unfortunately neglects to give any reference to it, or the reason for his dating) which reads :
    Bertramus de Verdon omnibus Franc' et Angl- salutem, me seiatis confirmasse Roberto filio Hardulphi et heredibus terram totem de Hangodesthorp, quam teneo de Nigello de Morevilla pro homagio, et Stokwood et Snapa, solvem 14 solid'. Test' Rogero de Amunderles, Phillippo de Estley, Ernaldo de Barewell, Roberto de Flamville, &c
    Even though Parker doesn't give any reference for this charter, it is seemingly the same one which is given as no 10 in "Descriptive Catalogue of the Charters and Muniments of the Gresley Family" by Jeayes in 1895, where a translation is given which reads :
    GRANT by Bertram de Verdun to Robert fil. Hardulfi of all his land in Hangodestorp [Osgathorpe co Leic], which the said Bertram holds from Nigel de Munevilla, paying yearly 14 shillings, "cum Scordun et Stocwuda et Snapa". Witnesses : Roger de Amundeville; Alan fil Mainfenini; Roger fil Willelmi; Simon his brother; Philip de Estlee; Robert de Flamuile; Ernald de Barewelle; Ernald, dapifer; Henry de Lee; Geoffrey de Normauile; Richard de Boisdele; Robert de Culunces; Waim, clericus; Geoffrey, clericus; Wido de Verdun; William, Saracenus; Robert, Venator. Temp Hen II (late). With seal, broken.
  4. "Descriptive catalogue of Derbyshire charters", Jeayes, no 1726 reads:
    Covenant for the partition of lands in Eston [Aston], Sardelova [Shardlow], Wilne, Morley, Smalley, and Kidesleia [Kidsley- in-Smalley], Warenodbi [Wartnaby, co. Leic], Angodestorp [Osgathorpe, co. Leic], Huberetorp and Trengeston [Thringston, co. Leic], between William de Verdun and Aliz his wife, Philip de Wasteneis and Amphelisa his wife, and Simon de Sancto Mauro and Yseuda his wife, late belonging to Dina, the mother of the said Aliz, Amphelisia, and Yseuda. Circ. 1200. (Add. 5235.)
    Hec est finalis concordia facta inter Willelmum de Verdun et Aliz uxorem suam et Philippum de Wasteneys et Amphelisam uxorera suam et Simonem de Sancto Mauro et Yseudam uxorem suam de toto te[ne]mento quod tenuit Robertus filius Walteri et de toto tenemento quod tenuit Dina mater predictarum Aliz et Amfelise et Yseude, scilicet quod Willelmo de Verdun et uxori sue A. in rationabili parte sua remanet totum tenementum cum pertinentiis et libera tenentibus quod Robertus filius Walteri tenuit in Eston et Sardeloua et Wilna excepto seruicio Jordani de Tocha et exceptis vii denariis de seruicio Thome filii Willelmi et exceptis octo Bouatis terre in Wilna quas tenant Raginaldus de Wilna et Hawis vidua et Robertus frater Baldewini et exceptis xii denariis de tofta quam Doda tenuit et excepta terra quam Roger pastor tenet in Sardeloua et remanet eidem Willelmo tertia pars terre et Molendini de Warenodbi qua Robertus filius Walteri tenuit in eadem uilla, et tertia pars bosci de Morle et Smalle et Kidesle parco infra partem suam computato et totum jus quod P. de Wasteneis et Amphelisa uxor eius et S. de Sancto Mauro et Y. uxor eius habuerunt in terra quam tenet Willelmus filius Nigelli ita scilicet quod venient in curiam Regis ad comodum Willelmi et illud jus illi quietum clamabunt. Philippo uero de Wasteneis at Amphelise uxori sue in rationabili parte sua de predictis tenementis Roberti et Dine remanet totum tenementum quod Robertus filius Walteri tenuit in Kirkabi cum pertinentiis et libere tenentibus preter illud quod Juliana de Daiuill [? Damill] in curia domini Regis recuperauit de illis et remanet illi tertia pars terre et Molendini de Warenodbi que Robertus filius Walteri tenuit in eadem uilla et totum tenementum cum pertinentiis et libere tenentibus quod predicta Dina tenuit in Angodestorp et Huberetorp et Trengeston tam in bosco quam in piano et due virgate terre in Hemminton quas Hugo de Waldo et Brun tenuit et seruicium Willelmi de Naileston, scilicet vi solidi. Simoni uero de Sancto Mauro et Ysaude uxori sue remanet totum tenementum cum pertinentiis at libere tenentibus quod Robertus filius Walteri tenuit in Morle et Smalle et Kidesleia preter tertiam partem bosci et remanent illi octo Bonate terra in Wilna quas tenant Reginaldus et Hawis vidua [et] Robertus supradicti at xii denarii de tofta quam Doda tenet in Wilna et terra Rogeri Pastoris in Sardelova et remanent quatuor virgate terre illi in Hemminton quas Reginaldus et Adam et Roger et Matillis quondam uxor Bruning tenent et tertia pars terra et Molendini de Warenodbi que predictus Robertus tenuit in eadem uilla et totum seruicium Jordani de Tocha de toto tenemento quod tenet de feudo quod fuit Roberti filii Walteri et totum seruicium Jordani de Snitertona de eodem feudo et totum seruicium Ricardi Marescalli de feudo illo et vii denarii de seruicio Thome filii Willelmi in Sardeloua et Wilna. Et sciendum quod Willelmus de Verdun debet raddere per annum, P. de Wasteneis et S. de Sancto Mauro, xx denarios ad parficiendum seruicium Comitis Leicestrie pro terra de Hemminton. Hanc autem conuentionem fideliter obseruandam W. et P. et S. iurauarunt et sigillis suis confirmauerunt. His testibus G. Abbate Cestrie, B. Decano Cestrie, Helya de Dithiswrhe, Roberto de Trengeston, Roberto de Morle, Hugone fratre suo, Gaufrido de Sancto Mauro, Warino de Snipeston, Willelmo filio Rogeri, Henrico filio suo, Willelmo de Gardino, Gileberto de Lindeseia at aliis.
    Jeayes estimates a date of circa 1200 for this charter. However, Ysolt din't marry Simon de Sancto Mauro until sometime between 1201-1203 (5), so the date must be a little later than Jeayes conjectured.
  5. See her daughter Ysolt's page



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