See also

William FIENES (1160-1241)

1. William de FIENES, son of Ingelram de FIENES (c. 1128-1190) and Sibille de Bolougne TINGRY (c. 1132- ), was born in 1160. He had the title '1st Baron Fiennes'. He died in 1241 in Wendover, Bucks.. He married Agnes de DAMPMARTIN.


He was the only son. He was a Magna Carta Baron against King John. Anthony Wagner, Pedigree and Progress: Essays in the genealogical interpretation of history, Phillimore and Co., 1975, p. 159

“This William was son of Ingelram de Fynes, who was slain at the siege of Acons, in the time of Richard I and had married Sybyll the daughter and sole heir of Pharamus de Boulogne; son of William, son of Galfrid [Geoffrey], brother of Godfrey of Boulogne, Kiing of Jerusalem elect, (though his piety declined that title) and son of Eustace, Earl of Boulogne…”.


Agnes de DAMPMARTIN and William de FIENES had the following children:


Ingelram de FIENES (c. 1192-c. 1269). Ingelram was born circa 1192. He died circa 1269 in Wendover.

Maud de FIENES ( - )

Agnes de FIENES ( - )

Second Generation

2. Ingelram de FIENES (also known as Enguerrand de FIENNES), son of Allen de FIENES, was born circa 1128 in Marstock, Somerest. He died in 1190 in Acre, Israel. He married Sibille de Bolougne TINGRY.


"Only son and heir, slain at the seige of Acon, in the Holy Land 1190.


3. Sibille de Bolougne TINGRY, daughter of Pharamus de Boulogne de Tingry and Matilda, was born circa 1132. She and Ingelram de FIENES had the following children:



William de FIENES (1160-1241)

Third Generation

4. Allen de FIENES was the son of John de FIENES.


Only son. Warden of the Cinque Ports etc.


Allen de FIENES had the following children:



Ingelram de FIENES (c. 1128-1190)


5. Pharamus de Boulogne de Tingry, son of William de Boulogne, was born circa 1105 in England. He married Matilda.


‘But the greatest of the barons of the Boulonnais in the twelfth century in England was Feramus or Pharamus seigneur of Tingry whom I have made the subject of a monograph. Known in England as Faramus of Boulogne he was the son of a William of Boulogne who held land in Surrey and Northamptonshire under Henry I, and a grandson of Geoffrey son-presumably natural son-of Count Eustace II. Maternally Faramus was a grandson of a Domesday tenant in chief Geoffrey de Mandeville ancestor of the earls of Essex.”.


6. Matilda has few details recorded about her. She and Pharamus de Boulogne de Tingry had the following children:



Sibille de Bolougne TINGRY (c. 1132- )