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ANSCULF

[ANSC331] Ansculf de Picquiny m. ?
. [ANSC341] William FitzAnsculf m. ?
. . [ANSC352] probably Beatrice Anscough m. [PAYN351] Fulk Paynel

[ANSC331] Ansculf de Picquiny acquired after the Conquest 30 manors in Warwickshire, and others in Worcestershire, all having been confiscated from Earl Edwin of Mercia. He died before 1086.

[ANSC341] William FitzAnsculf at the Domesday Survey (1086) held as tenant-in-chief held 10 manors in and around Birmingham (Warwickshire), and several manors in Worcestershire (in particular Dudley which had also been held by Earl Edwin of Mercia).

[ANSC352] Beatrice (daughter & heiress of William) married [PAYN351] Fulk Paynel (see PAYNEL) who thereby acquired a great part of the lands held by William.