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  • ID: I102452
  • Name: Miles (1st Baron of Carlton) Stapleton KNIGHT
  • Surname: Stapleton
  • Given Name: Miles (1st Baron of Carlton)
  • Suffix: KNIGHT
  • Prefix: Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1263 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
  • Death: 24 Jun 1314 in Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland
  • _UID: 20015BD822701E439B59B3E839CA0BCBAF14
  • Birth: 1263
  • Note:
    REFN: NR947
    REFN: 2524
    Miles Stapleton
    (Died 1314)
    Lord Stapleton
    Died: 24th June 1314
    Miles Stapleton was the son of Nicholas De Stapleton III and his wife,Mar
    garet Basset. Nicholas belonged to a Richmondshire family that tookits na
    me from the township of Stapleton, on the south bank of the Tees,about t
    wo miles south-west of Darlington, in which it possessed a smallestate. T
    he first member of the family to attain any position was Nicholas DeStapl
    eton I, who wasCustos of Middleham Castle in the reign of King Johnand w
    as the father of Nicholas De Stapleton II, the father of thefirst-mention
    ed Nicholas III. Nicholas III served as a Judge of the King's Benchbetwe
    en 1272 and 1290, held sixteen caracates of land scattered throughoutYork
    shire, besides some Berkshire lands that he obtained from his wife,and di
    ed in 1290.
    Miles de Stapletonwas the eldest surviving son and, at his father'sdeat
    h, was already marriedto Sybil (also called Isabel), daughter andco-heir
    ess to John De Bellew. Through her mother, Laderana, Sybil inherited asha
    re of the possessions of theelder line of the Bruces, which were divid
    ed among four sisters and co-heiresses at the death of her uncle, Pet
    er De Bruce of Skelton, in 1271. In memoryof this connection with su
    ch a great house, Miles De Stapleton assumed the lion rampant of theBruc
    es as his arms. Miles served in the Gascon and Scottish Wars of KingEdwa
    rd I. In 1291, he was engaged on the King's business, under Roger DeMowbr
    ay, in Scotland. In 1295, he was in Gascony. In 1298, he was in theFalki
    rk Campaign, serving under his patron, Henry De Lacy, 3rd EarlofLincol
    n. In 1300, he was summoned to the Siege of Carlaverock, but he wasnot me
    ntioned in the famous French poem on the siege. In the same year, heaccom
    panied the Earl of Lincoln on a mission to the Court of Rome, receivin
    g, on 9th October, letters of protection for one year. Miles wasentrust
    ed by theKing with the direction of the household of Edward, Prince ofWa
    les. He served in the Siege of Stirling, in attendance on the Princean
    d, in October 1305, when the Earl of Lincoln wished to appoint Staplet
    on to manage his household during his absence at the Papal Court, thePrin
    ce informed the Earl that hehad no power to give Stapleton leave to ho
    ld this post without the express command of the King. Stapleton was o
    ne of the experienced men of affairs to whom Edward I entrusted thediffic
    ult task of bringing up his son in businesslike and soldierly ways.Meanwh
    ile, his estates and influence in Yorkshire weresteadily increasing. T
    he betrothal of his eldest son to a daughter of John of Brittany, Ea
    rl of Richmond, and a grand-niece of the King, and his second son'sbetrot
    hal to one of the daughters of Brian FitzAlan, Lord of Bedale,connected h
    im with two branches of the greatest family of his district, andincreas
    ed the importance of the house. After the death of Edmund of Cornwallh
    ad led to the lapse of his vast property to the Crown, Edward I madeStapl
    etonSeneschal of Knaresborough Castle and Steward and joint Constab
    le of Knaresborough Forest. In 1305, he was, jointly with John DeByron, a
    ppointed commissioner to suppress the clubmen or trail-bastons ofLancashi
    re, but they were shortly afterwards superseded.
    With Edward II's accession, Stapleton's importance was, for themoment, in
    creased. He became Steward to the King's Household and went abroad, inJan
    uary 1308, on the occasion of the King's marriage at Boulogne. In afew mo
    nths, however, he lost his stewardship and was forced to surrender theRoy
    al Manor of Brustwick in Holderness, of which he had had custody, toGaves
    ton. In 1311, he was summoned to serve against the Scots. His losses,in t
    he interests of the Gascon favourite, made Stapleton hostile to hisold ma
    ster, Edward, and attached him to Earl Thomas of Lancaster. He was, inOct
    ober 1313, included, with his wife and thr
    REFN: NR947
    REFN: 2524
    Miles Stapleton
    (Died 1314)
    Lord Stapleton
    Died: 24th June 1314
    Miles Stapleton was the son of Nicholas De Stapleton III and his wife,Mar
    garet Basset. Nicholas belonged to a Richmondshire family that tookits na
    me from the township of Stapleton, on the south bank of the Tees,about t
    wo miles south-west of Darlington, in which it possessed a smallestate. T
    he first member of the family to attain any position was Nicholas DeStapl
    eton I, who wasCustos of Middleham Castle in the reign of King Johnand w
    as the father of Nicholas De Stapleton II, the father of thefirst-mention
    ed Nicholas III. Nicholas III served as a Judge of the King's Benchbetwe
    en 1272 and 1290, held sixteen caracates of land scattered throughoutYork
    shire, besides some Berkshire lands that he obtained from his wife,and di
    ed in 1290.
    Miles de Stapletonwas the eldest surviving son and, at his father'sdeat
    h, was already marriedto Sybil (also called Isabel), daughter andco-heir
    ess to John De Bellew. Through her mother, Laderana, Sybil inherited asha
    re of the possessions of theelder line of the Bruces, which were divid
    ed among four sisters and co-heiresses at the death of her uncle, Pet
    er De Bruce of Skelton, in 1271. In memoryof this connection with su
    ch a great house, Miles De Stapleton assumed the lion rampant of theBruc
    es as his arms. Miles served in the Gascon and Scottish Wars of KingEdwa
    rd I. In 1291, he was engaged on the King's business, under Roger DeMowbr
    ay, in Scotland. In 1295, he was in Gascony. In 1298, he was in theFalki
    rk Campaign, serving under his patron, Henry De Lacy, 3rd EarlofLincol
    n. In 1300, he was summoned to the Siege of Carlaverock, but he wasnot me
    ntioned in the famous French poem on the siege. In the same year, heaccom
    panied the Earl of Lincoln on a mission to the Court of Rome, receivin
    g, on 9th October, letters of protection for one year. Miles wasentrust
    ed by theKing with the direction of the household of Edward, Prince ofWa
    les. He served in the Siege of Stirling, in attendance on the Princean
    d, in October 1305, when the Earl of Lincoln wished to appoint Staplet
    on to manage his household during his absence at the Papal Court, thePrin
    ce informed the Earl that hehad no power to give Stapleton leave to ho
    ld this post without the express command of the King. Stapleton was o
    ne of the experienced men of affairs to whom Edward I entrusted thediffic
    ult task of bringing up his son in businesslike and soldierly ways.Meanwh
    ile, his estates and influence in Yorkshire weresteadily increasing. T
    he betrothal of his eldest son to a daughter of John of Brittany, Ea
    rl of Richmond, and a grand-niece of the King, and his second son'sbetrot
    hal to one of the daughters of Brian FitzAlan, Lord of Bedale,connected h
    im with two branches of the greatest family of his district, andincreas
    ed the importance of the house. After the death of Edmund of Cornwallh
    ad led to the lapse of his vast property to the Crown, Edward I madeStapl
    etonSeneschal of Knaresborough Castle and Steward and joint Constab
    le of Knaresborough Forest. In 1305, he was, jointly with John DeByron, a
    ppointed commissioner to suppress the clubmen or trail-bastons ofLancashi
    re, but they were shortly afterwards superseded.
    With Edward II's accession, Stapleton's importance was, for themoment, in
    creased. He became Steward to the King's Household and went abroad, inJan
    uary 1308, on the occasion of the King's marriage at Boulogne. In afew mo
    nths, however, he lost his stewardship and was forced to surrender theRoy
    al Manor of Brustwick in Holderness, of which he had had custody, toGaves
    ton. In 1311, he was summoned to serve against the Scots. His losses,in t
    he interests of the Gascon favourite, made Stapleton hostile to hisold ma
    ster, Edward, and attached him to Earl Thomas of Lancaster. He was, inOct
    ober 1313, included, with his wife and thr
  • Change Date: 30 Apr 2014 at 01:00:00



    Father: Nicholas Stapleton KNIGHT b: 1236 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
    Mother: Margaret "Margery" Basset b: 1227 in Haddlesey, North Yorkshire, England

    Marriage 1 Sibill de Bella Aqua (Bellew) b: ABT 1263 in North Riding, Yorkshire, England
    • Married: 1279 in North Riding, Yorkshire, England
    • Note:
      REFNMR34610
      REFNMR34610
      REFNMR34610
    Children
    1. Has No Children Thomas Stapleton b: ABT 1281 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
    2. Has No Children Richard Stapleton b: ABT 1283 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
    3. Has No Children Roger Stapleton b: ABT 1287 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
    4. Has Children Nicholas (2nd Baron Carlton) Stapleton KNIGHT b: 1290 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
    5. Has No Children Gilbert Baron Stapleton KNIGHT b: 1291 in Bedale, Yorkshire, England
    6. Has No Children John Stapleton KNIGHT b: ABT 1293 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
    7. Has No Children Elizabeth Stapleton b: ABT 1296 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England

    Marriage 2 Cecilia Tyndale b: ABT 1271 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
    • Married: in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
    Children
    1. Has No Children Joan Stapleton b: ABT 1303 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England
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