Name: Eva de Longford 1
Death: AFT 1190
Change Date: 14 FEB 2011
Hamo de Longford married Sibil or Basilia fitz Odo, who was possessed of an estate at East Wall, in the fee of Rushbury, in Shropshire. Both Hamo and Sibil his wife were deceased in 1165. They had an elder daughter Eva, and at least one other daughter Agnes, who became the wife of . . . . . de Stockton. Eva, the eldest daughter, was given in marriage by King Henry II. to Robert de Brinton, Lord of Brinton, Brimpton, or Brumpton in Berkshire, who had with her the greater part of her father's lands by the express direction and gift of the King. She also inherited her mother's lands at Rushbury.
Among the muniments at Longford is the transcript of a deed, whereby King John, in the first year of his reign, confirms to Eva, niece of John, son of Gripp, and her heirs, the manor of Longford, with the right of free warren, &c., as it had been held by her uncle John, son of Gripp, and Eva's ancestors in the time of King Henry I. and King Henry II.
Father: Hamo de Longford
Mother: Sibil or Basilia fitz Odo
Robert de Brimpton
- Adam de Brimpton
- Type: Book
Periodical: The parish of Church Eaton
Publication: Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 4