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VALLETORT FEUDAL BARONY
VALLE TORTA

[VALL351] Reginald de Valletort m. ?
. [VALL361] Baron Reginald I of Trematon m. ?
. . [VALL371] Roger I de Valletort m. ?
. . . [VALL381] Reginald II de Valletort m. ?
. . . . [VALL391] Sir Roger II de Valletort m. Alesia
. . . . . [VALL402] Isabel de Valletort m2. [CORB401] Thomas de Corbet, Baron of Caus

[VALL351] Reginald de Valletort held Trematon Castle under Count Robert of Mortain (see CONTEVILLE). Reginald's holdings were Appledore, Ashton, Bicton, Braddock, Ellbridge, Gear, Halton, Killigorrick, Landreyne, Langunnett, Lanhadron, Lantyan, Larnick, Lewarne, Maker, Newton Ferrers, Penhawger, Penpoll, Pillaton, Raphael, Torwell, Tedinnick, Trecan, Trefrize, Tregantle (Higher and Lower), Trehawke, Trelawne, Tramaton, Tremeer and Trevelyan (all in Cornwall); and together with Bere ferrers, Bigbury, Bowcombe, Broadaford, Calstock, Cornwood, Dinnaton, Fardel, Hareston, Hewis (unidentified), Honick Knowle (in Plymouth), Lipson (in Plymouth), Ludbrook, Lupridge, Modbury, Newton Ferrers, Orcheton (Great and Little), Spriddlestone, Stockleigh English, Torpeak, Torridge (in Plympton St. Mary), Venn, Wederige (unidentified) and Winston (all in Devon). Reginald's chief seat was at Bere Ferrers (Devon). Note that Newton Ferrers in Cornwall and Devon and two separate places, 20 miles apart. This totals about fifty-three Fees (one or two places were mentioned more than once, so may have counted as separate Fees), whilst his grandson Ralph de Valletot, was said to have held fifty-nine Knights-Fees in Cornwall and Devon at the 1165 tally, possibly the highest recorded at that date.

[VALL361] Reginald I de Valletort (born c.1080), Baron of Trematon.

[VALL371] Roger I de Valletort (born c.1100), died 1161.

[VALL381] Reginald II de Valletort (born c.1130). He died 1187.

[VALL391] Sir Roger II de Valletort (born c.1165) married Alesia. He died 1207.

[VALL402] Isabel (born c.1191, daughter of Roger) married 1. ---; then 2. [CORB401] Thomas (see CAUS (CORBET) FEUDAL BARONY).