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Spickler and Rockwood Genealogy


Gilbert De Segrave Lord of Segrave

Lord of Segrave, co. Leicester (whence he assumed his surname) in the
12th year of King Henry II., held the fourth part of one knight's fee of
William deNewburgh, Earl of Warwick, and in the 4th year of King Richard
I., he was joint sheriff with Reginald Basset, for the cos. of Warwick
and Leicester, underHugh de Novant, Bishop of Coventry, in which office
he continued two whole years. He subsequently, in the 10th year of King
Richard I., gave 400 marks tothe king towards the support of his wars.