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Robert Aguillon received a grant of the Manor of Bardolph.This manor, of which the site is about half a mile from the church, was called Bardolph from a family of that surname, who enjoyed it for many generations. Chauncey tells us that the lands of Dorman and Alward, the Thanes who are said to have held Wodstone before the time of the General Survey, were most of them granted to Peter de Valoignes, and he tells us that Alexander de Baliol (who was descended from, and one of the co-heirs of Peter do Valoignes) granted this manor and estate of Bardolph to Robert Aguillon. Robert was the son of Mauser de Aguillon or Aquillon, the first of this family, who was mentioned in the time of Richard 1, 1189-99, whose son William de Aguillon, a rebel baron against King John, is claimed by one reference to have been one of the twenty-five chosen by them for the government of the realm. (I have not been able at this time to substantiate that claim. E. E. W.) This Robert, son of William, son of Mauser, was Sheriff of Sussex and Surrey, time of Henry III, 1216-1272, who, being faithful in the great rebellion against King Henry, was rewarded by the King with many favours. Robert died about 14th of Edward 1, 1286. His first wife was Joan, one of the daughters and co-heirs of William Ferrers, Earl of Derby, and his wife Sibilla Mareschal, one of the daughters of William Mareschal, Earl of Pembroke, and one of the sisters of the five successive Earls of Pembroke, who all died sine prole. His 2nd wife was Margaret de Ripariis, Countess of DeVon. (The references do not agree as to which one of these wives was the mother of his only daughter, Isabel.) Robert Aguillon died Feb. 15, 1286, and Margaret, his 2nd wife, survived him six years, and at her death in 20th of Edward 1, 1292, left his daughter Isabel her heir as to those lands which had been assigned to her for her dowry.