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GUY de Balliol (-[1112/30]).� A charter of King Henry II records donations to York St Mary, including the donation of �ecclesiam et�terr� in Stocalea et ecclesiam de Skaintuna et�ecclesiam de Gaynford� by �Wydo de Balliol� [727] .� The Testa de Nevill includes a writ of King John dated 1212 which records "Hugo de Bailliol" holding "baroniam de Biwelle" in Northumberland which had been granted by King William II to "antecessores" [728]. �This could indicate a grant to Guy de Balliol, who was presumably contemporary to King William II, but this is not certain.� �Guido de Baill� donated property to the abbey of St Mary, York, for the souls of ��Dionisie uxoris mee et Bernardi de Ball nepotis mei�, by charter dated to [1112/22] [729] .� Leland records that King Henry I prohibited �Guido de Baileol in Dirhamshire� from hunting in the forests of Ranulph Bishop of Durham [730] .� m DIONISIA, daughter of ---.� �Guido de Baill� donated property to the abbey of St Mary, York, for the souls of ��Dionisie uxoris mee et Bernardi de Ball nepotis mei�, by charter dated to [1112/22] [731] .� Guy & his wife had one child:� a) daughter .� Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated to [1149/52] under which �Rogerus Bertram� confirmed donations to the church of St Mary, York by �pater meus Willelmus et avus meus Wido de Balliolo� [732] .� m WILLIAM Bertram, son of ---.� William & his wife had one child:� i) ROGER Bertram (-after [1149/52]).� �Rogerus Bertram� confirmed donations to the church of St Mary, York by �pater meus Willelmus et avus meus Wido de Balliolo�, by charter dated to [1149/52] [733] .� 2. �--- de Balliol (-[before [1112/22]).� His relationship with Guy de Balliol is confirmed by the charter dated to [1150] under which his son "B. de Balliolo" granted Gainford church and the chapel of Barnard�s Castle, Durham, inherited from "Wid de Balliol me avuncul", to York St Mary [734] .� As the two named individuals share the same name "Balliol", it is assumed that "avunculus" in this document should be interpreted as meaning paternal uncle, instead of its strict meaning.� The possibility cannot be excluded entirely that Bernard was the son of Guy�s sister and that he adopted his uncle�s name as a condition of inheriting his estate.� However, if this was correct, it is difficult to understand why Guy would have preferred as his successor a more remote relation in the female line rather than his own daughter.� m ---.� The name of his wife is not known.� Four children:� a) BERNARD de Balliol (-[1150]).� �Guido de Baill� donated property to the abbey of St Mary, York, for the souls of ��Dionisie uxoris mee et Bernardi de Ball nepotis mei�, by charter dated to [1112/22] [735] .� The 1130 Pipe Roll records "Ber de Bailleol" in Yorkshire, Northumberland (three times) [736] .� �B. de Balliolo� confirmed donations of property to the abbey of St Mary, York, made by �Wido de Balliolo meus avunculus�, for the souls of �ipsius Widonis�et filiorum meorum vivorum et defunctorum�, by charter dated to [1132/53], witnessed by �Ingelranno de Ball�� [737] .� He fought against the Scots at the Battle of the Standard in 1138.� �Bernardus de Bajollio et uxor mea Mathildis et filii mei Ingerannus et Wido, Eustachius et Bernardus, et filia mea Atuidis� donated property to Cluny, in the presence of �fratrum meorum�, by charter dated [1138] which names �fratris mei Radulfi monachis� [738] .� He was taken prisoner at Lincoln with King Stephen in 1139.� He made a grant of land at Hitchin, Hertfordshire to the Templars dated 27 Apr 1147 at Paris [739] .� "B. de Balliolo" granted Gainford church and the chapel of Barnard�s Castle, Durham, inherited from "Wid de Balliol me avuncul", to York St Mary by charter dated to [1150], witnessed by "Ingelranno de Ball�Bnard de Ball�" [740] .� "Bernard de Baill" donated "piscatoria in Twede" to the monastery of Kelso, for the souls of "H. [error for "M."?] comit. et filii mei" by charter dated to [1150], witnessed by "Wydone filio meo et Bernardo et aliis" [741] .� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [742] .� m MATILDA, daughter of ---.� �Bernardus de Bajollio et uxor mea Mathildis et filii mei Ingerannus et Wido, Eustachius et Bernardus, et filia mea Atuidis� donated property to Cluny by charter dated [1138] [743] .� "Bernard de Baill" donated "piscatoria in Twede" to the monastery of Kelso, for the souls of "H. [error for "M."?] comit. et filii mei" by charter dated to [1150], witnessed by "Wydone filio meo et Bernardo et aliis" [744] .� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [745] .� Bernard & his wife had six children:� i) INGELRAN (-before [1150]).� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [746] .� �Bernardus de Bajollio et uxor mea Mathildis et filii mei Ingerannus et Wido, Eustachius et Bernardus, et filia mea Atuidis� donated property to Cluny by charter dated [1138] [747] .� "B. de Balliolo" granted Gainford church and the chapel of Barnard�s Castle, Durham, inherited from "Wid de Balliol me avuncul", to York St Mary by charter dated to [1150], witnessed by "Ingelranno de Ball�Bnard de Ball�" [748] .� ii) GUY .� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [749] .� �Bernardus de Bajollio et uxor mea Mathildis et filii mei Ingerannus et Wido, Eustachius et Bernardus, et filia mea Atuidis� donated property to Cluny by charter dated [1138] [750] .� "Bernard de Baill" donated "piscatoria in Twede" to the monastery of Kelso, for the souls of "H. [error for "M."?] comit. et filii mei" by charter dated to [1150], witnessed by "Wydone filio meo et Bernardo et aliis" [751] .� �Bernardus de Balillol� confirmed donations to the monks of Whitby, for the souls of ��fratrisque mei Wydonis et sororis mee Hawis�, by charter dated to [1155/67] [752] .� iii) EUSTACE (-after 1166).� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [753] .� �Bernardus de Bajollio et uxor mea Mathildis et filii mei Ingerannus et Wido, Eustachius et Bernardus, et filia mea Atuidis� donated property to Cluny by charter dated [1138] [754] .� Military fee certifications in the Red Book of the Exchequer, in 1166, record that "Eustachius de Boilloil" held one knight�s fee in Mere, Wiltshire [from "Girardi Giffard"] [755] .� iv) BERNARD de Balliol (-after 1174) .� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [756] .� �Bernardus de Bajollio et uxor mea Mathildis et filii mei Ingerannus et Wido, Eustachius et Bernardus, et filia mea Atuidis� donated property to Cluny by charter dated [1138] [757] .� "Bernard de Baill" donated "piscatoria in Twede" to the monastery of Kelso, for the souls of "H. [error for "M."?] comit. et filii mei" by charter dated to [1150], witnessed by "Wydone filio meo et Bernardo et aliis" [758] .� "B. de Balliolo" granted Gainford church and the chapel of Barnard�s Castle, Durham, inherited from "Wid de Balliol me avuncul", to York St Mary by charter dated to [1150], witnessed by "Ingelranno de Ball�Bnard de Ball�" [759] .� �Bernardus de Balillol� confirmed donations to the monks of Whitby, for the souls of ��fratrisque mei Wydonis et sororis mee Hawis�, by charter dated to [1155/67] [760] .� The Red Book of the Exchequer refers to "Bernardus de Ballol xx l" in Yorkshire in [1161/62] [761] .� �Bernardus de Balliolo� donated property to the monks of Rievaulx, for the souls of ��Jocelini avunculi mei�et uxoris mee�, by charter dated to [1161/67] [762] .� He captured William "the Lion" King of Scotland at Alnwick in 1174 after the latter's invasion of Northumberland.� He is reputed to have founded Barnard Castle on the banks of the River Tees [763] .� m AGNES de Pinkeney, daughter of ---.� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [764] .� Bernard & his wife had [two] children:� (b) [HUGH de Balliol .� "Ada comitissa mater regis Scot" donated "unam marcham argenti", from "Malisus de Pethmolin", to St Andrew�s priory for lighting the church, for the soul of "comitis Henrici sponsi mei", by undated charter witnessed by "Hug Giff, Alexandro de sco Martino, Hug de Baiol�Willo Giff�" [765] .� As the death of Ctss Ada is recorded in 1178, the witness Hugh Balliol could not have been Hugh Lord of Biwell, son of Eustace (see below).� It is possible that he was an otherwise unrecorded brother of Eustace de Balliol.]� v) HAWISE .� �Bernardus de Bajollio et uxor mea Mathildis et filii mei Ingerannus et Wido, Eustachius et Bernardus, et filia mea Atuidis� donated property to Cluny by charter dated [1138] [766] .� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [767] .� This document suggests that there were two daughters named Hawise.� If that is correct, it is not known to which the following charter relates: �Bernardus de Balillol� confirmed donations to the monks of Whitby, for the souls of ��fratrisque mei Wydonis et sororis mee Hawis�, by charter dated to [1155/67] [768] .� vi) HAWISE .� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [769] .� This document suggests that there were two daughters named Hawise.� If that is correct, it is not known to which the following charter relates: �Bernardus de Balillol� confirmed donations to the monks of Whitby, for the souls of ��fratrisque mei Wydonis et sororis mee Hawis�, by charter dated to [1155/67] [770] .� b) JOCELYN de Balliol .� "�Jocelino de Baillol�" witnessed the charter dated 31 Aug 1153 under which Henry Duke of Normandy confirmed an agreement between Rainulf Earl of Chester and the bishop of Lincoln" [771] .� The Pipe Roll 1155/56 records "Joscelin de Balliol" in Hertfordshire, Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire [772] .� The Pipe Roll 1157/58 records "Joscelin de Balliol" in Somerset [773] .� �Bernardus de Balliolo� donated property to the monks of Rievaulx, for the souls of ��Jocelini avunculi mei�et uxoris mee�, by charter dated to [1161/67] [774] .� King John confirmed "terre in Burton et pasturam de Gaveldon" which "Joscelin de Bailleul" had granted to "Galf Le Paum pater predicte Matild", approving a settlement agreement between "Everard et Matilde et Eustach de Baylloel, nepote et herede predicti Joscelin", by charter dated 5 Jun 1205 [775] .� m ---.� The name of Jocelyn's wife is not known.� Jocelyn & his wife had one child:� c) RALPH de Balliol .� �Bernardus de Bajollio et uxor mea Mathildis et filii mei Ingerannus et Wido, Eustachius et Bernardus, et filia mea Atuidis� donated property to Cluny, in the presence of �fratrum meorum�, by charter dated [1138] which names �fratris mei Radulfi monachis� [776] .� Monk.� d) daughter .� m HUGH, son of ---.� Hugh & his wife had two children:� i) ROGER FitzHugh .� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [777] .� ii) JOHN FitzHugh .� The Liber Vit� of Durham lists (in order) "Bernardus Bail senior, Bernardus junior filius eius, Ingelram le b filius eius, Wid et Eustacius filii eius, Matilda mater et Hawisia et altera Hawis, et domina Agnes de Pinchensi uxor junioris Bernardi, Rogerus filius Hugonis nepos eius et Johannes frater Rogerii" [778] .� 1. --- de Balliol .� m ISABEL de Trouville, daughter of --- (-after [Oct] 1227).� Henry III King of England consented to "Ysabella de Bailloil" selling the lands she held "in dotem in Heresham, Haverhell, Denardeston et Bivelham" to "Henrico de Trublevill fratri suo" dated [Oct] 1227 [780] .� EUSTACE de Balliol, son of BERNARD de Balliol & his wife Agnes de Pincheny (-after 5 Jun 1205) .� The Red Book of the Exchequer, listing scutage payments in [1196/97], records "Eustachius de Bailliol" paying "xx s, i militem" in Northamptonshire [781] .� King John confirmed 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