Name: David de Rumenel
Residence: Ilmer & Aston
Change Date: 29 NOV 2010
In 1425) Will(elm)us Molyns, Chivaler held ..... Ilmer, Aston Barnard alias Aston Molins, .....
According to the Domesday Survey of 1086, Robert de Romenel held "Lamport" of the Archibishop, as one suling and a half. In the Survey it reads, "to this manor belong twenty-one burgesses who are in Romenel." The same owner then possessed another suling, called Afettune, in "Lamport" hundred, which he held of Odo, bishop of Baieux. Afettune was also called Offetane as written in the Hundred Roll of 3 Ed. I. This same land is mentioned three times as Effeton (Esseton) in the Testa de Nevill, which states that Aubrea de Jarpenville held it by special service, or Serjeantly, of acting as Marshal of the king's falcons.
- Aubreye de Rumenel