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  • Nom Phillip DE MARMION 
    ID personne I162098  Notre Grande Famille
    Dernière modif. 13 sept 2018 

    Père Robert DE MARMION 
    Mère Julianne DE VASSY 
    ID Famille F68249  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau familial

    Famille Joane DE KILPECK 
    +1. Mazira MARMION
    Dernière modif. 13 sept 2018 
    ID Famille F68246  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau familial

  • Notes 
      Philip de Marmion was the son of Robert de Marmion and Juliane de Vassy. With his first wife Joane de Kilpeck he had at least three daughters, with his second wife Mary one daughter, and by an unnamed mistress he had a son.

      He was sheriff for Counties Warwick and Leicester. Attending King Henry III into Gascony, he and the Earl of Warwick were taken prisoner by the French at Pontes in Poitou, even though they had letters of safe conduct from the French king.

      During the troubles of the reign of King Henry III, he remained loyal to the king while many barons defected to oppose their king. As a reward, the king committed the Counties of Suffolk and Norfolk by special patent into his custody. He was present at the battle of Lewes and, after the royal victory of Evesham, was given valuable lands and the governorship of Kenilworth Castle.

      Philip de Marmion died before 5 December 1291.