F, d. after 1276
|Father||Sir William Mauveisin|
Christiana was born in Rydeware, Staffordshire, England. Christiana married Sir Richard Bagot, son of Sir Hugo Bagot and Alicia (?), circa 1245. Christiana's husband, Richard, died before June 1271 in the Manor of Bagot's Bromley, Staffordsire, England, leaving her a widow. Christiana is again found being sued with her son, John, in 1276.2 Christiana departed this life after 1276 in Staffordsire, England, at the Manor of Bagot's Bromley.3
|Sir Richard Bagot b. c 1211, d. b Jun 1271|
- [S929] Staffordshire Record Society, Collections of a history of Staffordshire, Volume 11: page 20 - The Bagot Memorials contain an English abstract of a deed now at Blithfield, by which John, son of William, son of Stephen de Edmundeston, grants to Richard, son of Hugh Bagott, and Christiana, his wife, and to the heirs of their bodies, an acre of land between the land of Robert, son of John, and the land of the Lady Margery, formerly wife of Henry de Blythefeld, with remainder, in the event of Christiana dying without leaving issue, to Robert her brother, the Rector of Sudbury and Hertingdon. This grant was made during the lifetime of Richard's father, for it is witnessed by Sir Walter de Rydeware, Sir Hugh Bagod, Sir Henry Mauveisin, Hugh de Colton, and William de Stivinton. Robert, the Rector of Sudbury, is known to have been a Mauveisin (Malvoisin) of Rydeware, and this deed therefore shows that Christiana, the wife of Richard Bagot was daughter of Sir William Mauveisin of Rydeware, and this fact also accounts for the frequent appearance...
Volume II: pages 20-21 - The family of Edmundeston held Admaston under trhe Blithfields, and the deeds at Blithfield show they bore the same arms as the Masvosins. They were probably, therefore, a younger branch of that family. Stephen de Edmundeston named in the deed was one of those who perished under the ordeal of water at the assizes of Northampton in 1175.
- [S929] Staffordshire Record Society, Collections of a history of Staffordshire, Volume 11: page 20 - Richard Bagot 1256 to ca 1270 - … He was dead before June 1271, for at the Staffordshire Assizes held on the Morrow of Holy Trinity, 56 H. III.,.. William held an entire Knight's Fee and was of full age and was not a knight.
- [S929] Staffordshire Record Society, Collections of a history of Staffordshire, Volume 11: page 21 - …this William Bagot is a suit on the Assize Roll of 4 E. I. , by which William, son of Roger de Tunstall, sued him, and Christiana, the widow of Richard Bagot….