Yves de Greystoke Lord of Greystoke 1
- Marriage (1): Agnes Fitz Walter
- Died: After 1161, Greystoke, Penrith, Cumberland, England
Other names for Yves were Ivo Fitz Forne Lord of Greystoke and Ivo de Greystoke.
From http://cybergata.com/roots/2587.htm :
Ivo or Yves, took seizin of his father, Phorne's lands in 1130. Ives, Ivo or Yves, was the second lord of Greystoke, with Agnes, his wife and Walter, her father, made a grant of two homesteads in perpetual alms to the priory of Carlisle, which was afterwards confirmed by Ranulf, son of Walter his grandson [Monasticon, vi. 144]. Yves was alive in 1161, when he was credited with a remission of two marks by the sheriff of Northumberland by order of the Chancellor. Yves has a sister named Eda or Edith. Edith daughter of Forne, was a woman of fame and highly esteemed by Henry I, and was a royal concubine. Yves, son of Forne, had four sons, Walter, Robert, Adam and William.
~The Ancestor, pp. 123-124
Yves married Agnes Fitz Walter.