Name: Robert de Arsic
Birth: in Cogges, Oxfordshire
Death: ABT 1230 1
BATT: Poitou 1214. Siege of Bitham Castle.
Note: 1 1 2|
Change Date: 17 APR 2008
Succeeded his brother John (dap 1204-5). Fought in Poitou 1214. Joined the barons against King John. Attended the King at the siege of Bitham Castle.
(Paget?s Baronetage -Arsic)
Robert Arsic died in 1229?30 and was succeeded in the barony of Cogges by his daughters and coheirs Joan, wife of Eustace de Grenville, and Alexandra, wife of Thomas de la Haye; Robert's relict Sibyl de Crevequer, who retained dower in Cogges as elsewhere, was dead by 1242.
Tunstall, Kent, was held in the reign of Henry II. by Manasser Arsic, who, in the 12th year of that prince possessed one knight's fee of the old feoffment of John, grandson of Hugh de Port. His grandson, John Arsic, married Margaret, daughter of Richard de Vernon, and died in the 7th of King John, leaving Robert de Arsic, his brother, heir, who alienated this manor to Hubert de Burgh, earl of Kent
Father: Alexander de Arsic b: BEF 1202 in Cogges, Oxfordshire
Sybil de Crevequer
- Alexandra de Arsic
- Joan D?Arsic
- Margaret de Arsic
- Type: Web Site
Title: Victoria County History of Oxfordshire
- Type: Book
Periodical: England's topographer, or A new and complete history of the county of Kent
Author: William Henry Ireland