Alan Pirot 2 3
Alan, s. of Pirot, was enfeoffed of 6 knights' fees in Kent by William d'Aubigny, Pincerna, in the time of Henry I. He gave to St. Albans Abbey his chapel of Knowlton, Kent. With his (probably) 2nd wife, Sibyl, aunt (avuncula) of William de Watevill, he granted to Bermondsey Abbey the church of Beddington, Surrey. His widow probably m., 2ndly, Ingram de Fontenays. 2
• Manorial Estate: Hartanger Manor, Barfrestone, Dover, CT15, Kent, GB. 3 HARTANGER, written in Domesday, Hertange, is a small manor in this parish, which, at the time of taking that survey, was part of the possessions of the bishop of of Baieux, under the general title of whose lands it is thus entered in it:...
• Manorial Estate, 1159, Beddington Manor, Beddington, Sutton, London, SM6, GB. 1 The manor of BEDDINGTON, the first of these two holdings, apparently remained with the Wateville family until 1159, when the advowson of the rectory was given to Bermondsey by Sibyl de Wateville, sister of William de Wateville, widow of Alan Pirot and the wife of Ingelram de Funteneys. (fn. 13) In 1196 the land of Ingelram in Beddington was in the king's hands as an escheat.
Alan next married Sibyl de Wateville, daughter of de Wateville and Unknown.1 2
1 Victoria County History, editor, <i>A History of the County of Surrey</i>, 4 (London: Victoria County History, 1912), 4: 168-178.
2 George Edward Cokayne, "Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom" (Sutton Publishing Ltd., 2000), 1st Ed., Vol. 10, p 473.
3 Edward Hasted, <i>The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent</i>, 12 (Canterbury: W Bristow, 1799), 10: 71-78.
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