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Oliver, his parents, and his brother Ralph made a grant of an interest in a church at Saxelby and land at Driholm to Newhouse Priory, partly for the soul of William 'de Albeniaco' (d’Aubigny) who had given them the fee.
Petronilla, Countess of Leicester, granted him the manor of Enderby, Lincolnshire, a grant confirmed by King John in 1204.
He died, leaving no heirs, after 12 August 1216, when King John granted some lands to Oliver, brother of Philip 'd'Aubigne'. After his death there is a record of his lands at Enderby passing to his brother Philip.
↑ William Dugdale. Monasticon Anglicanum, revised and enlarged edition, volume 6 part 2, pub. James Bohn, 1846, p. 866, Google Books
↑ 2.02.1 T D Hardy (ed.). The 'Lands of the Normans' in England (1204-1244), 2 volumes, London, 1833-1834: extract from Rotuli Chartarum in Turri Londoniensi asservati (199-1216), cited in post by John P Ravilious on 15 December 2009 headed "ancestry of d'Aubigny (Daubeney) of S. Ingleby" on soc.genealogy.medieval, accessed 18 April 2019
↑ Rutland MSS, Historical Manuscripts Commission, IV:178, cited in post by John P Ravilious on 15 December 2009 "ancestry of d'Aubigny (Daubeney) of S. Ingleby" on soc.genealogy.medieval, accessed 18 April 2019