- Born: , , England
- Marriage: Ralph DE SOHAM 
- Died: 1283, , , England
Sources, Comments and Notes:
"... VCH Cambs sub Soham tells us that the de Soham family held two manors there from at least the earliest part of the 13th century. Robert de Soham (ff 1200-1208) was succeeded by his brother or son, Warin de Soham, a rebel circa 1216; in 1235 the manors descended to his son, Ralph de Soham, subsequently Sir Ralph. He was succeeded in 1271 by his daughter and heir Basilia, who also obtained the dower of Sir Ralph's widow, Mabel, in 1283. Basilia had married her second husband, Baldwin St George, by 1282, so Aymo de Turenberd must have been dead by that date. ..."
"HIGH MELTON DEEDS AND PERSONAGES
'The de Soham family held the manor of Netherall, in Cambridgeshire, from at least the earliest part of the 13th century. Robert de Soham (fl.1200-1208) was succeeded by his brother, Warin de Soham. In 1235, the manors descended to his son, Ralph de Soham. He was succeeded in 1271 by his daughter and heir Basilia, who also obtained the dower of Ralph's widow, Mabel, in 1283. Basilia had married her second husband, Baldwin St George, by 1282. Basilia was dead by 1295, when two of her daughters and coheirs held the manors; one of whom, Margaret, married, by 1282, her step-brother, Sir William St George, son of Baldwin St. George. Sir William St George and Margaret his wife held the manor of Netherhall Wygorns in Soham. Sir William was apparently dead by 7 Edward II. (1314), when 'Margaret de Sancto Georgio' granted the manor of Melton-on-the-Hill to Robert Haringel in free marriage with her daughter, Margaret (C143/102/23). *Basilia De Soham, lady of Mepham, in the Isle of Ely. She is called 'one of the heirs of Tilly."
Mabel married Ralph DE SOHAM  [MRIN: 2516], son of Warin DE SOHAM  and Unknown. (Ralph DE SOHAM  was born in , , England and died in 1271 in , , England.)