Name: Albreda Marmion
Sex: F 1
Change Date: 26 MAR 2006
Some have her as dau of Geoffrey Marmion son of Roger..
[1087-1100] The King seized Odo (Bishop of Baizur, half-brother of the King)'s lands and gave them to Roger Marmion. They passed from Roger Marmion to his grandson, Robert Marmion; and from Robert to his uncle, Geffrey Marmion. Geffrey released all of his rights in the "Fee of Manser Marmion" in England and Wales. William de Kamvill became the husband of Albreda Marmion, Geffrey's daughter and heir, who granted the Lordship of Arewe [Arrow, Warwickshire] to William de Kamvill and his heirs, for the service of one half a Knight's Fee.
During the continuance of the male line of descendants of William de Kamvill, it remained their principal seat, the lands having passed into the hands, through marriage of the "heir female" of the Marmion family.
William de Camvill, the younger son of Richard de Camvill, founder of Combe Abbey, and through marriage invested with Marmion Rights, obtained release from Ralph Boteler of Oversley, of all his claim of Lordship. William left issue by Albreda, a son, Geffrey de Camvill, from whom the Camvills of Clifton in Staffordshire descend.
Father: Geoffrey Marmion
William de Camville
- Thomas de Camville b: 1192 in Coughton, Warwickshire
- Geoffrey de Camville
- Type: Gedcom File
Title: Jim Carney
- Text: A History of Ragley & Arrow
Antiquities of Warwickshire, 1656, revised 1730
Courtesy Gene Ford: firstname.lastname@example.org