Royal Ancestors of Catherine Hambry

Generation One

1. Catherine1 Hambry (Robert, #2) was born on 19 Oct 1615 at Ipswich, England. She married Edward Hutchinson, son of William Hutchinson and Ann Marbury, in 1636.

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Generation Two

2. Robert2 Hambry (William, #4) claimed land in 5 parishes in Suffolk married Elizabeth Arnold (see #3), daughter of John Arnold, circa 1613.

Children of Robert2 Hambry and Elizabeth Arnold (see #3) were:

·                  1. i. Catherine1.

3. Elizabeth2 Arnold (John, #6) married Robert Hambry (see #2), son of Rev William Hambry and Margaret Blewett, circa 1613. She died after 1635.

Generation Three

4. Rev William3 Hambry (Edward, #8) b.a. sT jOHNS cOLLEGE cAMBRIDGE eNGLAND was born on 31 Oct 1543. He married Margaret Blewett (see #5), daughter of Edmund Blewett, circa 1572.

Children of Rev William3 Hambry and Margaret Blewett (see #5) were:

·                  2. i. Robert2.

5. Margaret3 Blewett (Edmund, #10) married Rev William Hambry (see #4), son of Edward Hambry and Elizabeth Booth, circa 1572.

6. John3 Arnold.

Children of John3 Arnold and an unknown spouse were:

·                  3. i. Elizabeth2.

Generation Four

8. Edward4 Hambry (George, #16) was born circa 1512. He married Elizabeth Booth (see #9), daughter of John Booth and Anne Thimbly, circa 1531. He died on 29 Jun 1559.

Children of Edward4 Hambry and Elizabeth Booth (see #9) were:

·                  4. i. Rev William3.

9. Elizabeth4 Booth (John, #18) was born circa 1510. She married Edward Hambry (see #8), son of George Hambry and Margaret (--?--), circa 1531. She died on 15 Jul 1547.

10. Edmund4 Blewett.

Children of Edmund4 Blewett and an unknown spouse were:

·                  5. i. Margaret3.

Generation Five

16. George5 Hambry married Margaret (--?--) (see #17).

Children of George5 Hambry and Margaret (--?--) (see #17) were:

·                  8. i. Edward4.

17. Margaret5 (--?--) married George Hambry (see #16).

18. John5 Booth (William, #36) married Anne Thimbly (see #19), daughter of Richard Thimbly and Elizabeth Hilton. He was born in 1487. He died circa Sep 1537.

Children of John5 Booth and Anne Thimbly (see #19) were:

·                  9. i. Elizabeth4.

19. Anne5 Thimbly (Richard, #38) married John Booth (see #18), son of William Booth and Elizabeth Ayscough.

Generation Six

36. William6 Booth (Henry, #72) married Elizabeth Ayscough (see #37), daughter of John Ayscough and Margaret Talboys. He died on 20 Oct 1509.

Children of William6 Booth and Elizabeth Ayscough (see #37) were:

·                  18. i. John5.

37. Elizabeth6 Ayscough (John, #74) married William Booth (see #36), son of Henry Booth and Elizabeth Gascaryk. She was born circa 1465.

38. Richard6 Thimbly married Elizabeth Hilton (see #39), daughter of Sir Godfrey Hilton and Margarey (--?--). He died on 24 Apr 1522.

Children of Richard6 Thimbly and Elizabeth Hilton (see #39) were:

·                  19. i. Anne5.

39. Elizabeth6 Hilton (Godfrey, #78) Acquired Manor of Irnham after the death of her brother Sir Godfrey married Richard Thimbly (see #38). She was born circa 1455.

Generation Seven

72. Henry7 Booth was born at Lincoln, England. He married Elizabeth Gascaryk (see #73), daughter of William Gascaryk.

Children of Henry7 Booth and Elizabeth Gascaryk (see #73) were:

·                  36. i. William6.

73. Elizabeth7 Gascaryk (William, #146) married Henry Booth (see #72).

74. John7 Ayscough (IWilliam, #148) married Margaret Talboys (see #75), daughter of Sir John (the Younger) Talboys and Katherine Gibthorpe. He died on 20 Jul 1491.

Children of John7 Ayscough and Margaret Talboys (see #75) were:

·                  37. i. Elizabeth6.

75. Margaret7 Talboys (John, #150) married John Ayscough (see #74), son of Sir IWilliam Ayscough and Margaret Hilyard. She was born circa 1446. She died before 9 Jul 1491.

78. Sir Godfrey7 Hilton (Godfrey, #156) was born on 9 Nov 1419. He married Margarey (--?--) (see #79) in 1453. He died on 9 May 1472 at age 52.

Children of Sir Godfrey7 Hilton and Margarey (--?--) (see #79) were:

·                  39. i. Elizabeth6.

79. Margarey7 (--?--) married Sir Godfrey Hilton (see #78), son of Sir Godfrey Hilton and Hawsie Luttrell, in 1453. She died on 14 Nov 1495.

Generation Eight

146. William8 Gascaryk.

Children of William8 Gascaryk and an unknown spouse were:

·                  73. i. Elizabeth7.

148. Sir IWilliam8 Ayscough died. He married Margaret Hilyard (see #149), daughter of Sir Robert Hildyard and Elizabeth Hastings. He married Margaret Hilyard, daughter of Sir Robert Hildyard and Elizabeth Hastings, in 1485. He died in 1509. He died on 26 May 1509.

He was also known as Sir William Ayscough. He [Hildyard.FTW] Children of Sir IWilliam8 Ayscough and Margaret Hilyard (see #149) were as follows:

·                  74. i. John7.

·                  ii. Sir IWilliam; born 1486 at Stallingborough, Lincolnshire; died 1541; died before 28 May 1541.

He was also known as Sir William Ayscough. He was Type: Will proved on 28 May 1541.

149. Margaret8 Hilyard (Sir Hildyard, #298) According to

Genuki:

"The Hildyards were an ancient and knightly race, said by some to be of Saxon extraction, and to derive their name from Hildegardis, a Saxon or Old English word signifying a person of noble or generous disposition. The earliest name on the pedigree is Sir Robert Hildeyard, or Hildheard, Knt., of Normanby, in the time of Henry I. The branch of the family more immediately under notice trace their descent in an unbroken line from that Sir Robert Hildyard who married Isabel, co-heir of Sir Robert de Hilton, lord of Swine and Winestead. Sir Robert Hildyard, grandson of the above, was, according to Mr. Poulson, the famous popular leader known as Robin of Redesdale, probably from some connection with the moss troopers of the border. He headed an insurrection of the people of Yorkshire and the north in favour of the Lancastrians in the Wars of the Roses. Two Sir Christophers, uncle and nephew, were High Sheriffs of Yorkshire in the reign of Elizabeth. Sir Robert, the son of the latter, was a gentleman of the privy chamber to King Charles I., and a colonel in the royal army during the Civil War. He was a doughty warrior, and slew in single combat the Scottish champion, who challenged any gentleman in the royal army to meet him. For this he was made, on the field, a knight banneret. After the Restoration he was created a baronet, for his faithful services and sufferings for the royal cause. Sir Robert D'Arcy Hildyard, the fourth and last baronet, was High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1783. The present representative of the family is Thomas Blackborne Thoroton-Hildyard, Esq., of Flintham Hall, Notts"

married Sir IWilliam Ayscough (see #148). She was born at Winestead, Yorkshire. She married Sir IWilliam Ayscough in 1485.

She was also known as Margery Hildyard. She According to <a href='http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/ERY/Winestead/Winestead92.html' target='new'> Genuki</a>: 'The Hildyards were an ancient and knightly race, said by some to be of Saxon extraction, and to derive their name from Hildegardis, a Saxon or Old English word signifying a person of noble or generous disposition. The earliest name on the pedigree is Sir Robert Hildeyard, or Hildheard, Knt., of Normanby, in the time of Henry I. The branch of the family more immediately under notice trace their descent in an unbroken line from that Sir Robert Hildyard who married Isabel, co-heir of Sir Robert de Hilton, lord of Swine and Winestead. Sir Robert Hildyard, grandson of the above, was, according to Mr. Poulson, the famous popular leader known as Robin of Redesdale, probably from some connection with the moss troopers of the border. He headed an insurrection of the people of Yorkshire and the north in favour of the Lancastrians in the Wars of the Roses. Two Sir Christophers, uncle and nephew, were High Sheriffs of Yorkshire in the reign of Elizabeth. Sir Robert, the son of the latter, was a gentleman of the privy chamber to King Charles I., and a colonel in the royal army during the Civil War. He was a doughty warrior, and slew in single combat the Scottish champion, who challenged any gentleman in the royal army to meet him. For this he was made, on the field, a knight banneret. After the Restoration he was created a baronet, for his faithful services and sufferings for the royal cause. Sir Robert D'Arcy Hildyard, the fourth and last baronet, was High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1783. The present representative of the family is Thomas Blackborne Thoroton-Hildyard, Esq., of Flintham Hall, Notts.

150. Sir John (the Younger)8 Talboys (John, #300) married Katherine Gibthorpe (see #151), daughter of Sir Wllliam Gibthorpe. He died before Apr 1457.

Children of Sir John (the Younger)8 Talboys and Katherine Gibthorpe (see #151) were:

·                  75. i. Margaret7.

151. Katherine8 Gibthorpe (Wllliam, #302) married Sir John (the Younger) Talboys (see #150), son of Sir John Talboys and Agnes Cokefielf.

156. Sir Godfrey8 Hilton married Hawsie Luttrell (see #157), daughter of Sir Andrew Luttrell and Joan Talboys. He died on 5 Aug 1459.

Children of Sir Godfrey8 Hilton and Hawsie Luttrell (see #157) were:

·                  78. i. Sir Godfrey7.

157. Hawsie8 Luttrell (Andrew, #314) married Sir Godfrey Hilton (see #156). She was born circa 1393. She died on 24 Mar 1421.

Generation Nine

298. Sir Robert9 Hildyard (Robert, #596) married Elizabeth Hastings (see #299), daughter of Sir John Hastings and Anne Morley, at 2 Hen. VI. He died in 1492.

He 'Knighted at the coronation of Richard III, an executor under his father's will, proved 29 Aug. 1489, he was a well-known personage during the reigns of Henry VI, Edward IV' *.

Children of Sir Robert9 Hildyard and Elizabeth Hastings (see #299) were as follows:

·                  i. Henry8; died at young.

·                  ii. .Thomas.

·                  iii. .Robert

·                  iv. Stephen; died between 19 Aug 1535 and 30 Sep 1535 at Will dated/proved.

He left a wife and 4 daughters, according to his will.

v. Edward; died at young.

·                  vi. John; died at young.

·                  vii. Ralph; died at young.

·                  viii. Hugh; died at young.

·                  ix. Adam; died at young.

·                  x. .Agnes

·                  xi. Arthur; died after 1535.

·                  xii. Peter; died at 20 March 17 Hen. VII.

·                  xiii. .Dionis

·                  xiv. .

·                  xv. .Elizabeth

·                  xvi. Anne; died at young.

·                  xvii. .Catherine

·                  xviii .Anne

·                  149. xix. Margaret.

299. Elizabeth9 Hastings (Sir, #598) married Sir Robert Hildyard (see #298), son of Robert Hildyard and Catherine de la Haye, at 2 Hen. VI.

 

300. Sir John9 Talboys (Walter, #600) Sheriff of Lincolnshire married Agnes Cokefielf (see #301), daughter of Sir Roger Cokefielf and Cecily Charnells. He died on 15 Apr 1467.

Children of Sir John9 Talboys and Agnes Cokefielf (see #301) were:

·                  150. i. Sir John (the Younger)8.

301. Agnes9 Cokefielf (Roger, #602) married Sir John Talboys (see #300), son of Sir Walter Talboys and Margaret (--?--).

302. Sir Wllliam9 Gibthorpe.

Children of Sir Wllliam9 Gibthorpe and an unknown spouse were:

·                  151. i. Katherine8.

314. Sir Andrew9 Luttrell (Andrew, #628) was born circa 1369. He married Joan Talboys (see #315), daughter of Henry Talboys and Baroness Eleanor De Boroughdon, in 1379. He died on 31 Dec 1397.

Children of Sir Andrew9 Luttrell and Joan Talboys (see #315) were:

·                  157. i. Hawsie8.

315. Joan9 Talboys (Henry, #630) married Sir Andrew Luttrell (see #314), son of Sir Andrew Luttrell and Hawsie Le Despenser, in 1379. She died before 1397.

Generation Ten

596. Robert10 Hildyard (Sir, #1192) died on 29 Mar 1461 at Battle of Cockbridge.

He (an unknown value).

Children of Robert10 Hildyard and Catherine de la Haye (see #597) were as follows:

·                  298. i. Sir Robert9.

·                  ii. John; died at childhood.

·                  iii. .Joan

·                  iv. .Isabel.

597. Catherine de la10 Haye (Thomas, #1194)

598. Sir John10 Hastings (Edward, #1196) was born in 1411 at Elsing. He was born in 1411 at Elsing. He married Anne Morley, daughter of Thomas Morley and Isabel de la Pole, after 21 Apr 1434. He married Anne Morley (see #599), daughter of Thomas Morley and Isabel de la Pole, after 21 Apr 1434. He died on 9 Apr 1477 at Elsing. He died on 9 Apr 1477 at Elsing.

Children of Sir John10 Hastings and Anne Morley (see #599) were:

·                  299. i. Elizabeth9.

599. Anne10 Morley (Thomas, #1198) married Sir John Hastings (see #598), son of Edward Hastings and Muriel Dinham, after 21 Apr 1434.

 

600. Sir Walter10 Talboys (Henry, #630) married Margaret (--?--) (see #601). He was born circa 1357. He died on 20 Sep 1417.

Children of Sir Walter10 Talboys and Margaret (--?--) (see #601) were:

·                  300. i. Sir John9.

601. Margaret10 (--?--) married Sir Walter Talboys (see #600), son of Henry Talboys and Baroness Eleanor De Boroughdon.

602. Sir Roger10 Cokefielf was born at Nottingham. He married Cecily Charnells (see #603), daughter of Robert Charnells.

Children of Sir Roger10 Cokefielf and Cecily Charnells (see #603) were:

·                  301. i. Agnes9.

603. Cecily10 Charnells (Robert, #1206) married Sir Roger Cokefielf (see #602).

628. Sir Andrew10 Luttrell (Geoffrey, #1256) was born in 1313. He married Hawsie Le Despenser (see #629), daughter of Sir Philip Le Despenser and Joan De Cobham, on 7 Sep 1363. He died on 6 Sep 1390.

Children of Sir Andrew10 Luttrell and Hawsie Le Despenser (see #629) were:

·                  314. i. Sir Andrew9.

629. Hawsie10 Le Despenser (Philip, #1258) was born in 1345. She married Sir Andrew Luttrell (see #628), son of Sir Geoffrey Luttrell and Agnes (--?--), on 7 Sep 1363. She died on 10 Apr 1414.

630. Henry10 Talboys (William, #1260) was born in 1335. He married Baroness Eleanor De Boroughdon (see #631), daughter of Gilbert De Boroughdon and Eliabeth De Umfreville, before 1352. He died on 23 Feb 1368.

Children of Henry10 Talboys and Baroness Eleanor De Boroughdon (see #631) were as follows:

·                  315. i. Joan9.

·                  600. ii. Sir Walter.

631. Baroness Eleanor10 De Boroughdon (Gilbert, #1262) married Henry Talboys (see #630), son of William Talboys and Margaret (--?--), before 1352.

Generation Eleven

1192. Sir Robert11 Hildyard (Robert, #2384) died after 23 Aug 1428 at Will dated.

He was also known as Lord of Winestead. He 'Lord of Winestead in right of his2nd wife, and also of Fulstow and Marsh Chapel, co. Lincoln, the ancient inheritance of the family of Lascelles, High Sheriff of Lincoln 3 Hen. VI, will dated 23 Aug 1428 as of Scalby, co. York.' *. Children of Sir Robert11 Hildyard and Isabel Hilton (see #1193) were as follows:

·                  596. i. Robert10.

·                  ii. .Richard

·                  iii. Maude; died at young.

·                  iv. .

·                  v. .Joan

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1193. Isabel11 Hilton (Sir, #2386 A.

1194. Thomas de la11 Haye was born at Of Spalding.

He [Hildyard.FTW] *. Children of Thomas de la11 Haye and an unknown spouse were:

·                  597. i. Catherine de la10.

1196. Edward11 Hastings (Hugh, #2392) was born on 21 May 1382 at Of Fenwick. He was born on 21 May 1382 at Of Fenwick. He died between 6 Jan 1437 and 1438. He died between 6 Jan 1437 and 1438.

Children of Edward11 Hastings and Muriel Dinham (see #1197) were:

·                  598. i. Sir John10.

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1197. Muriel11 Dinham (John Dynham, #2394

1198. Thomas11 Morley (Thomas, #2396) was buried at Buried in Hingham, Norfolk. He married Isabel de la Pole (see #1199), daughter of Michael de la Pole and Katherine de Stafford, in 1403. He died on 6 Dec 1435.

Children of Thomas11 Morley and Isabel de la Pole (see #1199) were as follows:

·                  599. i. Anne10.

·                  ii. .Elizabeth

·                  iii. Robert; died 1442.

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1199. Isabel de la11 Pole (Michael, #2398) married Thomas Morley (see #1198), son of Thomas (Robert) Morley and Isabel Molines, in 1403. She died between 8 Feb 1466 and 1467.

1200. Henry11 Talboys (William, #1260) was born in 1335. He married Baroness Eleanor De Boroughdon (see #631), daughter of Gilbert De Boroughdon and Eliabeth De Umfreville, before 1352. He died on 23 Feb 1368.

Children of Henry11 Talboys and Baroness Eleanor De Boroughdon (see #631) were as follows:

·                  315. i. Joan10.

·                  600. ii. Sir Walter.

1201. Baroness Eleanor11 De Boroughdon (Gilbert, #1262) married Henry Talboys (see #630), son of William Talboys and Margaret (--?--), before 1352.

1206. Robert11 Charnells.

Children of Robert11 Charnells and an unknown spouse were:

·                  603. i. Cecily10.

1256. Sir Geoffrey11 Luttrell married Agnes (--?--) (see #1257).

Children of Sir Geoffrey11 Luttrell and Agnes (--?--) (see #1257) were:

·                  628. i. Sir Andrew10.

1257. Agnes11 (--?--) married Sir Geoffrey Luttrell (see #1256).

1258. Sir Philip11 Le Despenser (Philip, #2516) married Joan De Cobham (see #1259), daughter of Sir John De Cobham. He was born on 6 Apr 1313. He died on 22 Apr 1349 at age 36.

Children of Sir Philip11 Le Despenser and Joan De Cobham (see #1259) were:

·                  629. i. Hawsie10.

1259. Joan11 De Cobham (John, #2518) married Sir Philip Le Despenser (see #1258), son of Sir Philip Le Despenser and Margaret De Goushill.

1260. William11 Talboys married Margaret (--?--) (see #1261).

Children of William11 Talboys and Margaret (--?--) (see #1261) were:

·                  630. i. Henry10.

1261. Margaret11 (--?--) married William Talboys (see #1260).

1262. Gilbert11 De Boroughdon married Eliabeth De Umfreville (see #1263), daughter of Earl Robert De Umfreville and Lucy De Kyme.

Children of Gilbert11 De Boroughdon and Eliabeth De Umfreville (see #1263) were:

·                  631. i. Baroness Eleanor10.

1263. Eliabeth11 De Umfreville (Robert, #2526) married Gilbert De Boroughdon (see #1262).

Generation Twelve

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2384. Robert12 Hildyard (Peter, #4768) [Hildyard.FTW] *.

Children of Robert12 Hildyard and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  1192. i. Sir Robert11.

·                  ii. John; died AFT. 4 JAN 1408 09 at Will dated; buried at York Minster.

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2386. Sir Robert12 Hilton [Hildyard.FTW] *. Children of Sir Robert12 Hilton and an unknown spouse were:

·                  1193. i. Isabel11.

2392. Hugh de12 Hastings (Hugh, #4784) was born circa 1362. He was born circa 1362. He married Anne Despencer (see #2393), daughter of Edward Despencer and Elizabeth de Burghersh, before 1 Nov 1376. He married Anne Despencer, daughter of Edward Despencer and Elizabeth de Burghersh, before 1 Nov 1376. He died on 6 Nov 1386. He died on 6 Nov 1386.

Children of Hugh de12 Hastings and Anne Despencer (see #2393) were as follows:

·                  i. Hugh11; born 1377 at Of Essendine, Rutland.

·                  ii. Hugh; born 1377 at Of Essendine, Rutland.

·                  1196. iii. Edward.

2393. Anne12 Despencer (Edward, #4786) was born circa 1358. She was born circa 1358. She married Hugh de Hastings (see #2392), son of Hugh de Hastings and Margaret de Everingham, before 1 Nov 1376. She married Hugh de Hastings, son of Hugh de Hastings and Margaret de Everingham, before 1 Nov 1376. She married Sir Thomas Morley, son of Sir William Morley and Cicely Bardolph, after 1386. She married Sir Thomas Morley, son of Sir William Morley and Cicely Bardolph, after 1386. She died on 31 Oct 1426. She died on 31 Oct 1426.

 

2394. John12 Dynham (John, #4788) married Ellen (--?--) (see #2395) between 3 Feb 1378 and 1379. He married Philippa Lovel between 1402 and 1405. He died on 25 Dec 1428.

Children of John12 Dynham and Ellen (--?--) (see #2395) were:

·                  1197. i. Muriel11.

2395. Ellen12 (--?--) married John Dynham (see #2394), son of John Dynham and Muriel de Courtenay, between 3 Feb 1378 and 1379. She died on 22 Sep 1387.

2396. Thomas (Robert)12 Morley (Sir, #4792) married Isabel Molines (see #2397), daughter of John Lord Molines, in 1394. He died before 1416.

Children of Thomas (Robert)12 Morley and Isabel Molines (see #2397) were:

·                  1198. i. Thomas11.

2397. Isabel12 Molines (John, #4794) married Thomas (Robert) Morley (see #2396), son of Sir Thomas Morley and Joan (--?--), in 1394.

 

2398. Michael de la12 Pole (Michael, #4796) was buried at Wingfield. He was buried at Wingfield. He was born in 1367. He was born in 1367. He died on 18 Sep 1415 at at the siege of Harfleur. He died on 18 Sep 1415 at at the siege of Harfleur.

Children of Michael de la12 Pole and Katherine de Stafford (see #2399) were:

·                  1199. i. Isabel de la11.

2399. Katherine de12 Stafford (Hugh, #4798) was buried at Wingfield. She died on 8 Apr 1419.

2400. William12 Talboys married Margaret (--?--) (see #1261).

Children of William12 Talboys and Margaret (--?--) (see #1261) were:

·                  630. i. Henry11.

2401. Margaret12 (--?--) married William Talboys (see #1260).

2402. Gilbert12 De Boroughdon married Eliabeth De Umfreville (see #1263), daughter of Earl Robert De Umfreville and Lucy De Kyme.

Children of Gilbert12 De Boroughdon and Eliabeth De Umfreville (see #1263) were:

·                  631. i. Baroness Eleanor11.

2403. Eliabeth12 De Umfreville (Robert, #2526) married Gilbert De Boroughdon (see #1262).

2516. Sir Philip12 Le Despenser (Hugh, #5032) married Margaret De Goushill (see #2517), daughter of Sir Ralph De Goushill and Hawsie Fitz Warin. He died on 24 Sep 1313.

Children of Sir Philip12 Le Despenser and Margaret De Goushill (see #2517) were:

·                  1258. i. Sir Philip11.

2517. Margaret12 De Goushill (Ralph, #5034) married Sir Philip Le Despenser (see #2516), son of Sir Hugh Le Despenser and Isabel De Beauchamp. She was born on 12 May 1294. She died on 29 Jul 1349 at age 55.

2518. Sir John12 De Cobham.

Children of Sir John12 De Cobham and an unknown spouse were:

·                  1259. i. Joan11.

2526. Earl Robert12 De Umfreville (Gilbert, #5052) Earl of Angus married Lucy De Kyme (see #2527), daughter of Sir Philip De Kyme and Joan Bigod, in 1303. He died in Apr 1325.

Children of Earl Robert12 De Umfreville and Lucy De Kyme (see #2527) were:

·                  1263. i. Eliabeth11.

2527. Lucy12 De Kyme (Philip, #5054) married Earl Robert De Umfreville (see #2526), son of Gilbert De Umfreville and Elizabeth Comyn, in 1303.

Generation Thirteen

4768. Peter (Piers)13 Hildyard (John Hildeyard, #9536) died before 1382.

Children of Peter (Piers)13 Hildyard and Mathilda (--?--) (see #4769) were:

·                  2384. i. Robert12.

4769. Mathilda13 (--?--) died after 1415.

 

4784. Hugh de13 Hastings (Hugh, #9568) was born circa 1336. He was born circa 1336. He died in 1369. He died in 1369.

Children of Hugh de13 Hastings and Margaret de Everingham (see #4785) were:

·                  2392. i. Hugh de12.

4785. Margaret de13 Everingham was born circa 1331. She was born circa 1331. She died on 25 Nov 1375. She died on 25 Nov 1375.

A.

4786. Edward13 Despencer (Edward, #9572) was buried at Tewkesbry Abey, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. He was born between 24 Mar 1335 and 1336 at Essendine, Rutland. He married Elizabeth de Burghersh (see #4787), daughter of Bartholomew Burghersh and Cicely de Weyland, before 2 Aug 1354 at Essendine, Rutland. He died on 11 Nov 1375 at Llanblethian, Glamorgan, Wales.

Children of Edward13 Despencer and Elizabeth de Burghersh (see #4787) were as follows:

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·                  2393. ii. Anne.

·                  iii. Margaret; buried at Merevale Abbey, Warwickshire; buried at Merevale Abbey, Warwickshire; born circa 1365 at Essendine, Rutland; born circa 1365 at Essendine, Rutland; died 3 Nov 1415; died 3 Nov 1415.

·                  iv. Elizabeth; born circa 1367; born circa 1367; married an unknown person after 28 Apr 1393; married an unknown person after 28 Apr 1393; died 10 Apr 1408; died 10 Apr 1408.

She was also known as Elizabeth Despencer. She Burke says Elizabeth's second husband was Hugh, Lord Zouch, but Ancestral File says it was William II La \Zouche\. She Burke says Elizabeth's second husband was Hugh, Lord Zouch, but Ancestral File says it was William II La \Zouche\. v. Hugh; born after 1373; born after 1373; died 1424; died 1424.

·                  vi. Thomas; died 13 JAN 1399 00 at Bristol, Gloucestershire; born 22 Sep 1373 at Essendine, Rutland; married an unknown person circa 1385.

He was also known as 1st Earl of Gloucester. He 'Thomas Despencer, 2nd Baron Despencer, summoned to parliament 30 November, 1395, and 18 July, 1397. This nobleman, who was known as Lord Despencer of Glamorgan, was in the expedition to Ireland, made in the 18th Richard II, and in the 21st of the same reign, having the sentence of banishment reversed, which had been passed by parliament in 15 Edward II, against his great grandfather, Hugh Despencer the Younger, was created Earl of Gloucester, 21st Richard II, anno 1337, by reason of his descent through Eleanor, wife of the said Hugh, from the de \Clare\s, Earls of Gloucester. In the petition which his lordship presented for the reversal of Hugh his ancestor's banishment, it was set forth, that the said Hugh, at the time possessed no less than fifty-nine lordships in different counties; 28,000 sheep; 1,000 oxen and steers; 1,200 kine, with their calves; 40 mares, with their colts of two years; 160 draught horses; 2,000 hogs; 3,000 bullocks; 40 tuns of wine; 600 bacons; four score carcasses of martinmas beef; 600 muttons in his larder; 10 tuns of cider; armour, plate, jewels, and ready money, better than 10,000 pounds; 36 sacks of wool, and a library of books.' *'Upon the marriage of the Earl of Gloucester, he obtained from King Richard II. a grant of divers manors; but adhering to that unfortunate monarch, he was degraded from his earldom, and dispossessed of most of his lands by the first parliament of Henry IV.; and before the same year elapsed, being taken prisoner, in an attempt to fly the kingdom, at Bristol, and being condemned by a vote of the House of Commons to die, he was carried into the market-place and there beheaded by the rabble...' *Burke's Dormant & Extinct Gentry, p 167

4787. Elizabeth de13 Burghersh (Bartholomew, #9574) was buried at Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucestershire. She was born in 1342 at Ewias Lacy, Herefordshire. She married Edward Despencer (see #4786), son of Edward Despencer and Anne Ferrers, before 2 Aug 1354 at Essendine, Rutland. She died on 26 Jul 1409.

4788. John13 Dynham (John Dinan, #9576) was born in 1320 at Hertland, Devon. He married Muriel de Courtenay (see #4789), daughter of Sir Thomas Courtenay and Muriel de Moles, in 1369. He died between 7 Jan 1382 and 1383.

Children of John13 Dynham and Muriel de Courtenay (see #4789) were:

·                  2394. i. John12.

4789. Muriel de13 Courtenay (Sir, #9578) was born circa 1322 at Woodhuish, Devon. She married John Dynham (see #4788), son of John Dinan and (--?--) Margaret, in 1369. She died on 12 Aug 1369.

She Burke's Extinct & Dormant Gentry says 'John Dinan (Dynant, or Dynham, as the name was differently written), of Hertland, 4th Baron. He was b. 1320; m. 1369, Joane, dau. of Sir Thomas Courtenay and Muriell his wife, dau. and co-heir of John, Lord Moells; which Joane was heiress of her brother, Sir Hugh Courtenay, Knight.' *Visitations of Devon identifies John's wife as Muriel, dau. of Sir Thomas Courtenay and Muriel Moels. Otherwise, they seem to be in agreement.

4792. Sir Thomas13 Morley (Sir, #9584) was buried at Austin Friars, Norwich. He married Joan (--?--) in 1374. He married Anne Despencer (see #2393), daughter of Edward Despencer and Elizabeth de Burghersh, after 1386. He died on 24 Sep 1416 at Calais, France.

Children of Sir Thomas13 Morley and Joan (--?--) (see #4793) were:

·                  2396. i. Thomas (Robert)12.

4793. Joan13 (--?--) married Sir Thomas Morley (see #4792), son of Sir William Morley and Cicely Bardolph, in 1374. She died in 1384.

.

4794. John Lord13 Children of John Lord13 Molines and an unknown spouse were:

·                  2397. i. Isabel12.

4796. Michael de la13 Pole (William, #9592) was buried at Kingston upon Hull. He was buried at Kingston upon Hull. He was born circa 1330. He was born circa 1330. He died on 5 Sep 1389 at Paris. He died on 5 Sep 1389 at Paris.

Children of Michael de la13 Pole and Katherine WINGFIELD (see #4797) were:

·                  2398. i. Michael de la12.

4797. Katherine13 WINGFIELD (John, #9594) was buried at Kingston-Upon-Hull. She died in 1386.

4798. Hugh de13 Stafford (Ralph, #9596) married Philippa de Beauchamp (see #4799), daughter of Thomas de Beauchamp and Katherine Mortimer, BEF. 1 MAR 1350 51. He married Philippa de Beauchamp, daughter of Thomas de Beauchamp and Katherine Mortimer, BEF. 1 MAR 1350 51. He was buried. He was buried. He was born in 1334. He was born in 1334. He died on 16 Oct 1386. He died on 16 Oct 1386.

Children of Hugh de13 Stafford and Philippa de Beauchamp (see #4799) were as follows:

·                  i. Joane12; married an unknown person 20 Oct 1392; died 1 Oct 1442.

·                  ii. Joane; married an unknown person 20 Oct 1392; died 1 Oct 1442.

·                  2399. iii. Katherine de.

·                  iv. Katherine de; buried at Wingfield; died 8 Apr 1419.

·                  v. Margaret de; born circa 1364; born circa 1364; married an unknown person circa 1382; married an unknown person circa 1382; died 9 Jun 1396; died 9 Jun 1396.

·                  vi. Edmund; born between 2 Mar 1377 and 1378 at Staffordshire; born between 2 Mar 1377 and 1378 at Staffordshire; married an unknown person circa 28 Jun 1398; married an unknown person circa 28 Jun 1398; died 22 Jul 1403 at Shrewsbury, Shropshire; died 22 Jul 1403 at Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

4799. Philippa de13 Beauchamp (Thomas, #9598) married Hugh de Stafford (see #4798), son of Ralph de Stafford and Margaret de Audley, BEF. 1 MAR 1350 51. She married Hugh de Stafford, son of Ralph de Stafford and Margaret de Audley, BEF. 1 MAR 1350 51. She was buried. She was buried. She was born circa 1334. She was born circa 1334. She died in 1386. She died in 1386.

 

4806. Earl Robert13 De Umfreville (Gilbert, #5052) Earl of Angus married Lucy De Kyme (see #2527), daughter of Sir Philip De Kyme and Joan Bigod, in 1303. He died in Apr 1325.

Children of Earl Robert13 De Umfreville and Lucy De Kyme (see #2527) were:

·                  1263. i. Eliabeth12.

4807. Lucy13 De Kyme (Philip, #5054) married Earl Robert De Umfreville (see #2526), son of Gilbert De Umfreville and Elizabeth Comyn, in 1303.

5032. Sir Hugh13 Le Despenser married Isabel De Beauchamp (see #5033), daughter of William De Beauchamp and Maud Fitz John. He married Eleanor De Clare, daughter of Gilbert (the Red Earl) De Clare and Joan of Arce, after 14 Jun 1306. He died on 24 Nov 1326.

Children of Sir Hugh13 Le Despenser and Isabel De Beauchamp (see #5033) were:

·                  2516. i. Sir Philip12.

5033. Isabel13 De Beauchamp (William, #10066) married Sir William Le Blount, son of Robert Le Blount and Isabel Odinsels. She married Sir Hugh Le Despenser (see #5032). She died in 1306.

5034. Sir Ralph13 De Goushill married Hawsie Fitz Warin (see #5035).

Children of Sir Ralph13 De Goushill and Hawsie Fitz Warin (see #5035) were:

·                  2517. i. Margaret12.

5035. Hawsie13 Fitz Warin married Sir Ralph De Goushill (see #5034).

5052. Gilbert13 De Umfreville (Gilbert, #10104) Earl of Angus married Elizabeth Comyn (see #5053), daughter of Alexander Comyn and Elizabeth De Quincy. He was born in 1244. He died before 13 Oct 1307.

Children of Gilbert13 De Umfreville and Elizabeth Comyn (see #5053) were:

·                  2526. i. Earl Robert12.

5053. Elizabeth13 Comyn (Alexander, #10106) married Gilbert De Umfreville (see #5052), son of Gilbert De Umfreville and Maud of Angus. She died before 17 Feb 1328.

5054. Sir Philip13 De Kyme married Joan Bigod (see #5055), daughter of Hugh Biogod and Joan De Stuteville. He died before 2 Apr 1323.

Children of Sir Philip13 De Kyme and Joan Bigod (see #5055) were:

·                  2527. i. Lucy12.

5055. Joan13 Bigod (Hugh Biogod, #10110) married Sir Philip De Kyme (see #5054).

Generation Fourteen

9536. John14 Hildeyard (Robert, #19072) married Catharine Hildyard (see #9537), daughter of Thomas Hildyard and Emma (--?--), at Ruston.

He 'John of Arnald, Normanby grants all his lands and tenements in Preston and Hedon to Peter his son for an annuity of £20 per annum. He was married clandestinely at Ruston.' Children of John14 Hildeyard and Catharine Hildyard (see #9537) were:

·                  4768. i. Peter (Piers)13.

9537. Catharine14 Hildyard (Thomas, #19074) married John Hildeyard (see #9536), son of Robert Hildeyard and Alice Daubeney, at Ruston.

9568. Hugh de14 Hastings (John, #19136) was born circa 1310. He was born circa 1310. He died on 29 Jul 1347. He died on 29 Jul 1347.

Children of Hugh de14 Hastings and Margary Foliot (see #9569) were:

·                  4784. i. Hugh de13.

9569. Margary14 Foliot (Sir, #19138) was born on 13 Dec 1325. She was born on 13 Dec 1325. She died on 8 Aug 1349 at age 23. She died on 8 Aug 1349 at age 23.

NOT A.

9572. Edward14 Despencer (Hugh, #19144) was born circa 1312 at Buckland, Buckinghamshire. He married Anne Ferrers (see #9573), daughter of Henry de Ferrers and Elizabeth de Verdun, on 20 Apr 1335 at Groby, Leicestershire. He died on 30 Sep 1342.

Children of Edward14 Despencer and Anne Ferrers (see #9573) were as follows:

·                  i. .Henry13 4786. ii. Edward.

·                  iii. Thomas; born circa 1337; born circa 1337.9573. Anne14 Ferrers (Henry, #19146) married Edward Despencer (see #9572), son of Hugh Le Despencer and Eleanor de Clare, on 20 Apr 1335 at Groby, Leicestershire. She was born circa 1337 at Groby, Leicestershire. She died on 8 Aug 1367.

9574. Bartholomew14 Burghersh (Bartholomew, #19148) was born in 1329 at Burghersh, Sussex. He married Cicely de Weyland (see #9575), daughter of Richard de Weyland, before 10 May 1335. He died on 5 Apr 1369 at Walsingham.

Children of Bartholomew14 Burghersh and Cicely de Weyland (see #9575) were:

·                  4787. i. Elizabeth de13.

9575. Cicely de14 Weyland (Richard, #19150) was born in 1314 at Blaxhall, Suffolk. She married Bartholomew Burghersh (see #9574), son of Bartholomew Burghersh and Elizabeth Verdon, before 10 May 1335. She died after Aug 1354.

9576. John14 Dinan (Josce, #19152) was born on 14 Sep 1295 at Nutwell, Devon. He died on 14 Apr 1331 at age 35.

Children of John14 Dinan and (--?--) Margaret (see #9577) were:

·                  4788. i. John13.

9577. (--?--)14 Margaret died on 28 Nov 1361.

9578. Sir Thomas14 Courtenay (Hugh, #19156) was born circa 1311. He died in 1356.

Children of Sir Thomas14 Courtenay and Muriel de Moles (see #9579) were as follows:

·                  i. Hugh de13; died at A minor, 42 Edw. III.

·                  4789. ii. Muriel de.

·                  iii. Margaret de; born circa 1342 at Exeter, Devon; married an unknown person circa 1381; died before 8 Dec 1422.

.

9579. Muriel de14 Moles

9584. Sir William14 Morley (Robert, #19168) was buried at Friers-Augustine Church, Norwich. He was buried at Friers-Augustine Church, Norwich. He was born on 24 Jun 1319. He was born on 24 Jun 1319. He married Cicely Bardolph, daughter of Thomas Bardolph, in 1345. He married Cicely Bardolph (see #9585), daughter of Thomas Bardolph, in 1345. He died on 30 Apr 1379 at Hallingbury, Essex, at age 59. He died on 30 Apr 1379 at Hallingbury, Essex, at age 59.

Children of Sir William14 Morley and Cicely Bardolph (see #9585) were:

·                  4792. i. Sir Thomas13.

9585. Cicely14 Bardolph (Thomas, #19170) was buried at with husband. She married Sir William Morley (see #9584), son of Robert de Morley and Hawise Marshal, in 1345. She died on 23 Nov 1386.

 

9592. William de la14 Pole was buried at Kingson Upon Hull. He died on 21 Jun 1366.

.

Children of William de la14 Pole and Katherine (--?--) (see #9593) were:

·                  4796. i. Michael de la13.

9593. Katherine14 (--?--) died between 28 Jan 1381 and 1382.

.

9594. John14 WINGFIELD [Hildyard.FTW]

Children of John14 WINGFIELD and Eleanor de Glanville (see #9595) were:

·                  4797. i. Katherine13.

.

9595. Eleanor de14 Glanville (Gilbert, #19190)

9596. Ralph de14 Stafford (Edmund, #19192) was born on 24 Sep 1301. He married Margaret de Audley (see #9597), daughter of Hugh de Audley and Margaret de Clare, on 6 Jul 1335. He died on 31 Aug 1372 at age 70. He was buried on 31 Aug 1372 at Tunbridge Priory, Kent.

Children of Ralph de14 Stafford and Margaret de Audley (see #9597) were as follows:

·                  i. Ralph13; married an unknown person 1 Nov 1344.

·                  ii. Elizabeth; born at Stafford Castle, Staffordshire; married an unknown person 19 Oct 1349; married an unknown person 1375 at Sterborough, Surrey; died 7 Aug 1376.

·                  4798. iii. Hugh de.

·                  iv. Beatrice; born circa 1340 at Tunbridge, Staffordshire; born circa 1340 at Tunbridge, Staffordshire; married an unknown person between 1 Jan 1358 and 1359; married an unknown person between 1 Jan 1358 and 1359; died Apr 1415; died Apr 1415.

9597. Margaret de14 Audley (Hugh, #19194) was buried at Tunbridge Priory, Kent. She was born circa 1312 at Stafford, Staffordshire. She married Ralph de Stafford (see #9596), son of Edmund de Stafford Baron of Stafford and Margaret Basset, on 6 Jul 1335. She died on 7 Sep 1347.

 

9598. Thomas de14 Beauchamp (Guy, #19196) was buried at St. Mary's, Warwick. He was buried at St. Mary's, Warwick. He was born between 14 Feb 1313 and 1314 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire. He was born between 14 Feb 1313 and 1314 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire. He married Katherine Mortimer (see #9599), daughter of Roger de Mortimer and Joan de Geneville, circa 1334 at Warwick, Warwickshire. He married Katherine Mortimer, daughter of Roger de Mortimer and Joan de Geneville, circa 1334 at Warwick, Warwickshire. He died on 13 Nov 1369 at Calais, Pas-de-Calais, France; Unknown GEDCOM info: Plague. He died on 13 Nov 1369 at Calais, Pas-de-Calais, France; Unknown GEDCOM info: Plague.

Children of Thomas de14 Beauchamp and Katherine Mortimer (see #9599) were as follows:

·                  i. .Hierom de13

·                   ii. .Alice de

·                  iii. .Isabel de

·                  iv. .Margaret de

·                  v. .Agnes

·                  vi. .Thomas de was also known as 12 Earl of Warwick

·                  vii. .Reynburne de

·                  viii. .John de

·                  ix. .Roger de.

·                  x. .Juliana de

·                  xi. .Catherine.

·                  4799. xii. Philippa de.

·                  xiii. Maud de; born circa 1335; born circa 1335; died circa 1403; died circa 1403.

·                  xiv. Guy de; born circa 1337; born circa 1337; married Philippa Ferrers, daughter of Henry de Ferrers and Elizabeth de Verdun, before 1353; married Philippa Ferrers, daughter of Henry de Ferrers and Elizabeth de Verdun, before 1353; died 28 Apr 1360 at Loir-et-Cher, France; died 28 Apr 1360 at Loir-et-Cher, France.

·                  xv. Joan de; born circa 1343; born circa 1343.

·                  xvi. William de; born circa 1358; born circa 1358; married an unknown person circa 1396; married an unknown person circa 1396; died 8 May 1411; died 8 May 1411.

9599. Katherine14 Mortimer (Roger, #19198) was buried at St. Mary's, Warwick. She was born circa 1309 at Wigmore, Herefordshire. She married Thomas de Beauchamp (see #9598), son of Guy de Beauchamp and Alice de Toeni, circa 1334 at Warwick, Warwickshire. She died before 6 Sep 1369.

9612. Gilbert14 De Umfreville (Gilbert, #10104) Earl of Angus married Elizabeth Comyn (see #5053), daughter of Alexander Comyn and Elizabeth De Quincy. He was born in 1244. He died before 13 Oct 1307.

Children of Gilbert14 De Umfreville and Elizabeth Comyn (see #5053) were:

·                  2526. i. Earl Robert13.

9613. Elizabeth14 Comyn (Alexander, #10106) married Gilbert De Umfreville (see #5052), son of Gilbert De Umfreville and Maud of Angus. She died before 17 Feb 1328.

9614. Sir Philip14 De Kyme married Joan Bigod (see #5055), daughter of Hugh Biogod and Joan De Stuteville. He died before 2 Apr 1323.

Children of Sir Philip14 De Kyme and Joan Bigod (see #5055) were:

·                  2527. i. Lucy13.

9615. Joan14 Bigod (Hugh Biogod, #10110) married Sir Philip De Kyme (see #5054).

10066. William14 De Beauchamp (William, #20132) Earl of Warwick was born in 1237. He married Maud Fitz John (see #10067), daughter of John Fitzgeffory and Isabel Biogod, before 1270.

Children of William14 De Beauchamp and Maud Fitz John (see #10067) were:

·                  5033. i. Isabel13.

10067. Maud14 Fitz John (John Fitzgeffory, #20134) married William De Beauchamp (see #10066), son of William De Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit, before 1270. She died on 17 Apr 1301.

10104. Gilbert14 De Umfreville married Maud of Angus (see #10105), daughter of Malcolm of Angus.

Children of Gilbert14 De Umfreville and Maud of Angus (see #10105) were:

·                  5052. i. Gilbert13.

10105. Maud of14 Angus (Malcolm, #20210) married Gilbert De Umfreville (see #10104).

10106. Alexander14 Comyn (William, #20212) Earl of Bucan - Constable of Scotland married Elizabeth De Quincy (see #10107), daughter of Roger De Quincy and Helen of Galloway. He died in 1290.

Children of Alexander14 Comyn and Elizabeth De Quincy (see #10107) were:

·                  5053. i. Elizabeth13.

10107. Elizabeth14 De Quincy (Roger, #20214) married Alexander Comyn (see #10106), son of William Comyn and Margaret of Bucan.

10110. Hugh14 Biogod (Roger, #20220) was born; 3rd Earl of Norfolk. He married Maud Marshall (see #40271), daughter of Sir William Marshall and Isabel De Clare. He married Joan De Stuteville, daughter of Nicholas De Stuteville and Devorguilla of Galloway. He died in Feb 1224.

Children of Hugh14 Biogod and Joan De Stuteville (see #10111) were:

·                  5055. i. Joan13.

10111. Joan14 De Stuteville (Nicholas, #20222) married Hugh Biogod (see #10110), son of Roger Biogod and Isabel de Warrenne. She died circa 1226.

Generation Fifteen

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19072. Robert15 Hildeyard Children of Robert15 Hildeyard and Alice Daubeney (see #19073) were as follows:

·                  9536. i. John14.

·                  ii. .Peter.

19073. Alice15 Daubeney

19074. Thomas15 Hildyard (Sir, #38148) died in 1323 at 15 Edw. II.

He 'A minor at the death of his father. Inq. pm taken at Hedon in Holdernesse, on Thursday next before the Feast of the Holy Trinity, 15 Edw. II.' Children of Thomas15 Hildyard and Emma (--?--) (see #19075) were as follows:

·                  9537. i. Catharine14.

·                  ii. .Elizabeth

·                  iii. ..

19075. Emma15 (--?--)

19136. John Lord15 Hastings (Henry, #38272) was born on 6 May 1262. He was born on 6 May 1262. He married Isabel Valence in 1275. He married Isabel Valence in 1275. He married Isabel Le Despencer (see #19137), daughter of Hugh Le Despencer and Isabella Beauchamp, after 3 Oct 1305. He married Isabel Le Despencer, daughter of Hugh Le Despencer and Isabella Beauchamp, after 3 Oct 1305. He died between 9 Mar 1312 and 1313. He died between 9 Mar 1312 and 1313.

Children of John Lord15 Hastings and Isabel Le Despencer (see #19137) were as follows:

·                  i. Thomas14; born circa 1308; born circa 1308.

·                  9568. ii. Hugh de.

·                  iii. Margaret; born circa 1310; born circa 1310; died 1359; died 1359.

19137. Isabel Le15 Despencer (Hugh, #38274) was born circa 1270. She was born circa 1270. She married John Lord Hastings (see #19136), son of Henry de Hastings and Joane de Cantelupe, after 3 Oct 1305. She married John Lord Hastings, son of Henry de Hastings and Joane de Cantelupe, after 3 Oct 1305. She died on 4 Dec 1334. She died on 4 Dec 1334.

.

19138. Sir Jordan de15 Foliot Children of Sir Jordan de15 Foliot and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  i. .Richard

·                  9569. ii. Margary.

19144. Hugh Le15 Despencer (Hugh, #38274) was buried at Tewkesbry Abey, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. He was born between 1 Mar 1260 and 1261 at Barton, Gloucestershire. He married Eleanor de Clare (see #19145), daughter of Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de Clare and Joan of Acre Plantagenet, after 14 Jun 1306 at Westminster, London. He died on 24 Nov 1326 at Hereford, Herefordshire.

Children of Hugh Le15 Despencer and Eleanor de Clare (see #19145) were as follows:

·                  i. Philip Le14; died 24 Sep 1313.

·                  ii. Hugh Le; buried at High Altar, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire; born circa 1308; married an unknown person before 27 Apr 1341; died between 8 Feb 1348 and 1349.

·                  iii. Margaret; born circa 1310 at Stoke, Gloucestershire.

·                  9572. iv. Edward.

·                  v. Isabel Le; born circa 1312 at Gloucestershire; married an unknown person between 9 Feb 1320 and 1321 at King's Chapel, Havering-at-Bower, Essex.

·                  vi. Joan; born circa 1316 at Stoke, Gloucestershire; died 26 Apr 1394.

·                  vii. Gilbert; born circa 1320.

·                  viii. Elizabeth; born 1322 at Stoke, Gloucestershire; married an unknown person 1338; died 13 Jul 1389.

19145. Eleanor de15 Clare (Gilbert, #38290) was buried at Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucester. She was born in Oct 1292 at Caerphilly Castle, Caerphilly, Glamorgan, Wales. She married Hugh Le Despencer (see #19144), son of Hugh Le Despencer and Isabella Beauchamp, after 14 Jun 1306 at Westminster, London. She married William Lord Zouche of Mortimer after 1326. She died on 30 Jun 1337 at Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, at age 44.

 

19146. Henry de15 Ferrers (William, #38292) married Elizabeth de Verdun (see #19147), daughter of Theobald de Verdon and Elizabeth de Clare, BEF. 20 FEB 1329 30. He was born in 1303. He died on 15 Dec 1343 at Groby, Leicestershire.

Children of Henry de15 Ferrers and Elizabeth de Verdun (see #19147) were as follows:

·                  i. William de14; born between 28 Feb 1332 and 1333; married an unknown person before 25 Apr 1344; married an unknown person before 25 May 1368; died between 8 Jan 1370 and 1371 at Stebbing, Essex.

Baptised between 28 Feb 1332 and 1333 at Newbold Verdon, Leicestershire.

·                  ii. Elizabeth; born circa 1336; born circa 1336; died 22 Oct 1375 at Ashford, Kent; died 22 Oct 1375 at Ashford, Kent.

·                  9573. iii. Anne.

·                  iv. Philippa; born circa 1337; born circa 1337; married Guy de Beauchamp, son of Thomas de Beauchamp and Katherine Mortimer, before 1353; married Guy de Beauchamp, son of Thomas de Beauchamp and Katherine Mortimer, before 1353; died before 10 Aug 1384; died before 10 Aug 1384.

19147. Elizabeth de15 Verdun (Theobald Verdon, #38294) married Henry de Ferrers (see #19146), son of William de Ferrers and Ellen de Segrave, BEF. 20 FEB 1329 30. She was born between 21 Mar 1315 and 1316 at Amesbury, Wiltshire. She died on 25 Jul 1349.

19148. Bartholomew15 Burghersh (Stephen, #38296) was born at Burghersh, Sussex. He married Elizabeth Verdon (see #19149), daughter of Theobald de Verdon and Matilda de Mortimer, before 11 Jun 1320. He died on 3 Aug 1355.

Children of Bartholomew15 Burghersh and Elizabeth Verdon (see #19149) were as follows:

·                  i. Henry14; born circa 1314 at Burghersh, Sussex; married an unknown person circa 1350.

·                  ii. Elizabeth; born circa 1320 at Burghersh, Sussex.

·                  iii. Joan; buried at Canterbury Cathedral; born circa 1324 at Burwash, Sussex; married an unknown person before Sep 1342 at Sussex; died 4 Oct 1404.

·                  9574. iv. Bartholomew.

19149. Elizabeth15 Verdon (Theobald, #38298) was born circa 1291 at Alton, Staffordshire. She married Bartholomew Burghersh (see #19148), son of Stephen Burghersh, before 11 Jun 1320. She was buried in 1360 at Grey Friars, London. She died on 1 May 1360.

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19150. Richard de15 Weyland Children of Richard de15 Weyland and an unknown spouse were:

·                  9575. i. Cicely de14.

19152. Josce15 Dinan (Oliver, #38304) was born in 1275 at Hertland, Devon. He died on 30 Mar 1300.

Children of Josce15 Dinan and Margaret Hydon (see #19153) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Oliver14 Oliver apears to have had issue, but the discussion is confused. Extinct and Dormant Gentry says 'Oliver, who d. in 20th Edward III and left a son, Oliver, who left by his 1st wife, a son Oliver, who d.s.p.; and by his second margaret, dau. of Rychard de Hydon, three daus., viz., Margaret, m. to William de Asthorpe, Elene, Isabel, (both nuns). So there's confusion here about who married, or how many, Margaret Hydons there are. Burke does not namethe a wife of Josce Dinham, but the IGI says Margaret, dau. of Richard Hydon. A marginal note in Burke says that Oliver may have married Muriel. 9576. ii. John.

19153. Margaret15 Hydon (Richard, #38306) died on 15 May 1357.

19156. Hugh15 Courtenay (Sir, #38312) was born in 1274. He married Agnes St. John (see #19157), daughter of John Lord St. John and Alice Fitzpiers, in 1292. He was buried between 5 Feb 1340 and 1341 at Cowick, Exeter, Devon. He died on 23 Dec 1340.

between 22 Feb 1334 and 1335 at Created Earl of Devon.

Children of Hugh15 Courtenay and Agnes St. John (see #19157) were as follows:

·                  i. .Robert14

·                  ii. John; died 1349.

·                  iii. .Elizabeth

·                  iv. Eleanor; married an unknown person before 4 Sep 1325.

·                  v. Hugh; buried at Exeter Cathedral, Devon; born 12 Jul 1303; married an unknown person 31 Aug 1325; died 2 May 1377 at age 73.

in 1348 at Created Knight of the Garter.

·                  9578. vi. Sir Thomas.

19157. Agnes15 St. John (John, #38314) married Hugh Courtenay (see #19156), son of Sir Hugh de Courtenay and Eleanor Le Despencer, in 1292. She died on 11 Jun 1340. She was buried on 27 Jun 1340 at Cowick, Exeter, Devon.

19158. John de15 Moles (John, #38316) was born circa 1297 at Near Castle Kary, Somersetshire, England. He was born circa 1297 at Near Castle Kary, Somersetshire, England. He died before 21 Aug 1337 at Spm. He died before 21 Aug 1337 at Spm. He was buried on 21 Aug 1337. He was buried on 21 Aug 1337.

Children of John de15 Moles and Joan Lovel (see #19159) were as follows:

·                  9579. i. Muriel de14.

·                  ii. .Isabel

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·                  19159. Joan15 Lovel (Sir, #38318) was born circa 1305 at of Castle Cary, Somerset. She died on 21 Aug 1337.

19168. Robert de15 Morley (William, #38336) died between 23 Mar 1359 and 1360 at in Burgundy.

He was also known as 2nd Baron Morley. He Burke's Dormant & Extinct says he died in France in 34 Ed. III.

Children of Robert de15 Morley and Hawise Marshal (see #19169) were:

·                  9584. i. Sir William14.

19169. Hawise15 Marshal (William, #38338) died between 1327 and 1329.

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19170. Thomas15 Children of Thomas15 Bardolph and an unknown spouse were:

·                  9585. i. Cicely14.

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19190. Gilbert (or Ralph) de15 Glanville Children of Gilbert (or Ralph) de15 Glanville and an unknown spouse were:

·                  9595. i. Eleanor de14.

19192. Edmund de15 Stafford Baron of Stafford (Nicholas, #38384) was buried at Stafford. He was buried at Stafford. He was born on 15 Jul 1273. He was born on 15 Jul 1273. He married Margaret Basset (see #19193), daughter of Sir Ralph Basset and Helvesa Grey, in 1298. He married Margaret Basset, daughter of Sir Ralph Basset and Helvesa Grey, in 1298. He died on 26 Aug 1308 at age 35. He died on 26 Aug 1308 at age 35.

Children of Edmund de15 Stafford Baron of Stafford and Margaret Basset (see #19193) were:

·                  9596. i. Ralph de14.

19193. Margaret15 Basset (Sir, #38386) was buried at Tysoe, Warwickshire. She married Edmund de Stafford Baron of Stafford (see #19192), son of Nicholas de Stafford and Alianore Clinton, in 1298. She died between 17 Mar 1336 and 1337.

 

19194. Hugh de15 Audley (Hugh, #38388) was buried at Tunbridge Priory, Kent. He was buried at Tunbridge Priory, Kent. He was born in 1289 at Stretton Audley, Oxfordshire. He was born in 1289 at Stretton Audley, Oxfordshire. He married Margaret de Clare (see #19195), daughter of Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de Clare and Joan of Acre Plantagenet, on 28 Apr 1317 at Windsor, Berkshire. He married Margaret de Clare, daughter of Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de Clare and Joan of Acre Plantagenet, on 28 Apr 1317 at Windsor, Berkshire. He died on 10 Nov 1347 at France. He died on 10 Nov 1347 at France.

Children of Hugh de15 Audley and Margaret de Clare (see #19195) were:

·                  9597. i. Margaret de14.

19195. Margaret de15 Clare (Gilbert, #38290) was born in Oct 1292. She married Piers Gavestone on 1 Nov 1307. She married Hugh de Audley (see #19194), son of Hugh Audley and Isolde de Mortimer, on 28 Apr 1317 at Windsor, Berkshire. She died on 9 Apr 1342 at age 49.

 

19196. Guy de15 Beauchamp (William, #38392) was buried at Bordesley Abbey, Warwickshire. He was buried at Bordesley Abbey, Warwickshire. He was born in 1272. He was born in 1272. He married Alice de Toeni (see #19197), daughter of Ralph VII de Toeni and Mary (--?--), on 10 Aug 1315. He married Alice de Toeni, daughter of Ralph VII de Toeni and Mary (--?--), on 10 Aug 1315. He died on 12 Aug 1315 at Warwick, Warwickshire. He died on 12 Aug 1315 at Warwick, Warwickshire.

Children of Guy de15 Beauchamp and Alice de Toeni (see #19197) were as follows:

·                  i. Isabel de14; born circa 1303 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire; born circa 1303 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire.

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·                  ii. Elizabeth; born circa 1305; married an unknown person before 1336; died 1359.

·                  iii. John de; born circa 1307; born circa 1307; died 2 Dec 1360; died 2 Dec 1360.

·                  iv. Emma de; born circa 1305; born circa 1311 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire; born circa 1311 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire; married an unknown person before 1336; died 1359.

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·                  v. Maud; born 1311 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire; born 1311 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire; died 1368; died 1368.

·                  9598. vi. Thomas de.

·                  vii. Lucia de; born circa 1315 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire; born circa 1315 at of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire.

19197. Alice de15 Toeni (Ralph, #38394) married William La Zouche BEF. 25 FEB 1316 17. She married William La Zouche BEF. 25 FEB 1316 17. She was born in 1284. She was born in 1284. She married Thomas de Leybourne on 30 May 1307. She married Thomas de Leybourne on 30 May 1307. She married Guy de Beauchamp (see #19196), son of William de Beauchamp and Maud Fitzjohn, on 10 Aug 1315. She married Guy de Beauchamp, son of William de Beauchamp and Maud Fitzjohn, on 10 Aug 1315. She died between 1 Jan 1323 and 1324. She died between 1 Jan 1323 and 1324.

19198. Roger de15 Mortimer (Edmund, #38396) was born on 3 May 1287. He married Joan de Geneville (see #19199), daughter of Piers de Geneville and Joan de Lusignan, before 6 Oct 1306. He died on 29 Nov 1330 at hanged at Elms, Tyburn, Warwickshire, at age 43.

He was also known as 1 Earl of March. He Tompsett- *English Magnate. He led the baronial opposition to Edward II's favourites (1320-22) and was imprisoned before fleeing to France. There he became the lover of Edward's Queen Isabella with whom he secured Edward's deposition and murder in 1327. He then ruled England in the name of Edward's son Edward III, until the latter caused him to be executed. Lord of Leix. Children of Roger de15 Mortimer and Joan de Geneville (see #19199) were as follows:

·                  i. Roger14; married an unknown person 1321.

·                  ii. .Geffrey

·                  iii. John; died at Tournament at Shrewsbury.

·                  iv. .Joan

·                  v. Edmund; born circa 1306 at Wigmore, Herefordshire; married an unknown person 27 Jun 1316 at Earnwood, Shropshire; died 16 Dec 1351 at Stanton Lacy, Shropshire.

·                  vi. Margaret; born 1308 at Berkeley, Gloucestershire; married an unknown person before 25 Jul 1320; died 5 May 1337.

·                  9599. vii. Katherine.

·                  viii. Agnes de; born circa 1313 at Wigmore, Herefordshire; married an unknown person 29 May 1328 at Hereford, Herefordshire; died 25 Jul 1368.

·                  ix. Beatrix; born circa 1322 at Wigmore, Herefordshire; married an unknown person 1328 at Hereford, Herefordshire; married an unknown person after 1332; died 16 Oct 1383.

19199. Joan de15 Geneville (Piers, #38398) was buried at St Mary's, Warwick. She was born between 2 Feb 1285 and 1286 at Ludlow, Shropshire. She married Roger de Mortimer (see #19198), son of Edmund de Mortimer and Margaret de Fiennes, before 6 Oct 1306. She died on 19 Oct 1356.

19224. Gilbert15 De Umfreville married Maud of Angus (see #10105), daughter of Malcolm of Angus.

Children of Gilbert15 De Umfreville and Maud of Angus (see #10105) were:

·                  5052. i. Gilbert14.

19225. Maud of15 Angus (Malcolm, #20210) married Gilbert De Umfreville (see #10104).

19226. Alexander15 Comyn (William, #20212) Earl of Bucan - Constable of Scotland married Elizabeth De Quincy (see #10107), daughter of Roger De Quincy and Helen of Galloway. He died in 1290.

Children of Alexander15 Comyn and Elizabeth De Quincy (see #10107) were:

·                  5053. i. Elizabeth14.

19227. Elizabeth15 De Quincy (Roger, #20214) married Alexander Comyn (see #10106), son of William Comyn and Margaret of Bucan.

19230. Hugh15 Biogod (Roger, #20220) was born; 3rd Earl of Norfolk. He married Maud Marshall (see #40271), daughter of Sir William Marshall and Isabel De Clare. He married Joan De Stuteville, daughter of Nicholas De Stuteville and Devorguilla of Galloway. He died in Feb 1224.

Children of Hugh15 Biogod and Joan De Stuteville (see #10111) were:

·                  5055. i. Joan14.

19231. Joan15 De Stuteville (Nicholas, #20222) married Hugh Biogod (see #10110), son of Roger Biogod and Isabel de Warrenne. She died circa 1226.

20132. William15 De Beauchamp (Walcheline, #40264) married Isabel Maudit (see #20133), daughter of William Maudit and Alice De Newburg, circa 1245. He died in 1268.

Children of William15 De Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit (see #20133) were:

·                  10066. i. William14.

20133. Isabel15 Maudit (William, #40266) was born circa 1214. She was born circa 1214. She was born circa 1214. She married William De Beauchamp (see #20132), son of Walcheline De Beauchamp and Joane (Isabel) De Mortimer, circa 1245. She married William de Beauchamp in 1245. She married William de Beauchamp in 1245. She died before 1268. She died before 1268. She died before 1268.

20134. John15 Fitzgeffory (Geoffrey Fitzpiers, #40268) was born; Justicar of Ireland. He married Isabel Biogod (see #20135), daughter of Hugh Biogod and Maud Marshall. He died in Nov 1258.

Children of John15 Fitzgeffory and Isabel Biogod (see #20135) were as follows:

·                  i. Joan14; married Theobald Butler before 1268; died 1303.

·                  10067. ii. Maud.

20135. Isabel15 Biogod married John Fitzgeffory (see #20134), son of Geoffrey Fitzpiers and Evine De Clare.

20210. Malcolm of15 Angus.

Children of Malcolm of15 Angus and an unknown spouse were:

·                  10105. i. Maud of14.

20212. William15 Comyn married Margaret of Bucan (see #20213), daughter of Earl Fergus of Bucan. He died in 1233.

Children of William15 Comyn and Margaret of Bucan (see #20213) were:

·                  10106. i. Alexander14.

20213. Margaret of15 Bucan (Fergus, #40426) married William Comyn (see #20212).

20214. Roger15 De Quincy (Saher, #40428) 2nd Earl of Winchester - Constable of Scotland married Helen of Galloway (see #20215), daughter of Alan of Galloway and daughter de Lacy, before 1173. He died on 28 Apr 1264.

Children of Roger15 De Quincy and Helen of Galloway (see #20215) were:

·                  10107. i. Elizabeth14.

20215. Helen of15 Galloway (Alan, #40430) married Roger De Quincy (see #20214), son of Saher De Quincy and Margaet De Beaumont, before 1173.

20220. Roger15 Biogod (Hugh Bigod, #40440) was born circa 1150; 2nd Earl of Norfollk - Steward of the Royal Household. He was born circa 1150. He was born circa 1150. He married Isabel de Warrenne (see #20221), daughter of Hameline Plantagenet and Isabell de Warrenne, circa 1185. He married Isabel de Warrenne, daughter of Hameline Plantagenet and Isabell de Warrenne, circa 1185. He married Isabel de Warrenne, daughter of Hameline Plantagenet and Isabell de Warrenne, circa 1185. He died before 2 Aug 1221 at Thetford, Norfolk. He died before 2 Aug 1221 at Thetford, Norfolk. He died before Aug 1226.

Children of Roger15 Biogod and Isabel de Warrenne (see #20221) were as follows:

·                  i. .

·                  ii. .Mary Source:

·                  iii. .Alice

iv. .Alice v. .William vi. .

Mary

·                  vii. .Thomas

·                   viii. .William

·                  10110.

·                   ix. Hugh.

·                  x. Hugh; born circa 1186; born circa 1186; married an unknown person before 1207; married an unknown person before 1207; died between 18 Feb 1224 and 1225; died between 18 Feb 1224 and 1225.

·                  He was also known as Hugh Bigod. He was also known as 3rd Earl of Norfolk. He was also known as 3rd Earl of Norfolk. xi. Margery; married an unknown person circa 1193; married an unknown person circa 1193; born circa 1194; born circa 1194; died 31 Mar 1237; died 31 Mar 1237.

20221. Isabel15 de Warrenne (Hameline Plantagenet, #40442) was born circa 1154. She was born circa 1154. She was born circa 1154. She was born circa 1154. She married Roger Biogod (see #20220), son of Hugh Bigod and Juliana de Vere, circa 1185. She married Roger Biogod, son of Hugh Bigod and Juliana de Vere, circa 1185. She married Roger Biogod, son of Hugh Bigod and Juliana de Vere, circa 1185. She married an unknown person circa 1185.

Her married name was Bigod. She was also known as Isabel de Warrenne.

20222. Nicholas15 De Stuteville married Devorguilla of Galloway (see #20223), daughter of Roland of Galloway.

Children of Nicholas15 De Stuteville and Devorguilla of Galloway (see #20223) were:

·                  10111. i. Joan14.

20223. Devorguilla of15 Galloway (Roland, #40446) married Nicholas De Stuteville (see #20222).

Generation Sixteen

38144. Peter16 Hildeyard (Sir, #76288) was born at Of Arnald.

He County Families of Yorkshire says that Peter Hildeyard married 'Alice, daughter of Sir John Meaux of Bewick, kt., widow of Robert Preston' It continues that she 'confirms lands in Arnald to her son Robert and Alice his wife. She married thirdly to Nicholas Reding'. This seems suspicious to me in that Peter married a woman with the same name and parentage as his mother. It may be a mistake in the pedigree. *..

Children of Peter16 Hildeyard and an unknown spouse were:

·                  19072. i. Robert15.

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38146. Sir Henry16 Daubeney Source:

Children of Sir Henry16 Daubeney and an unknown spouse were:

·                  19073. i. Alice15.

38148. Sir Robert16 Hildyard (Robert, #76296) was born in 1273. He was born in 1273.

Children of Sir Robert16 Hildyard and Ann (Amisia) (--?--) (see #38149) were:

·                  19074. i. Thomas15.

38149. Ann (Amisia)16 (--?--) died at Living 13 Edw. II.

38272. Henry de16 Hastings (Henry, #76544) was born circa 1225. He was born circa 1225. He married Joane de Cantelupe (see #38273), daughter of William de Cantilupe and Eve de Braose, circa 1255. He married Joane de Cantelupe, daughter of William de Cantilupe and Eve de Braose, circa 1255. He died in 1268. He died in 1268.

He was also known as Henry de HastingsChildren of Henry de16 Hastings and Joane de Cantelupe (see #38273) were as follows:

·                  i. Audra15; married an unknown person 1285.

·                  ii. .Lora Source:

·                   iii. Audra; married an unknown person 1285.

·                  iv. .Lora Source:

·                  v. .Joane

·                  vi. .Joane.

·                  19136. vii. John Lord.

·                  viii. Edmund; born circa 1264; born circa 1264; died after 1313; died after 1313.

38273. Joane de16 Cantelupe (William Cantilupe, #76546) was born circa 1240. She was born circa 1240. She married Henry de Hastings (see #38272), son of Henry de Hastings and Ada Huntingdon, circa 1255. She married Henry de Hastings, son of Henry de Hastings and Ada Huntingdon, circa 1255. She died before Jun 1271. She died before Jun 1271.

38274. Hugh Le16 Despencer (Sir, #76548) was born circa 1236. He married Isabella Beauchamp (see #38275), daughter of William de Beauchamp and Maud Fitzjohn, in 1286. He died on 27 Oct 1326 at Bristol, Gloucestershire.

He From Burke's D&E p. 166 *'... and the elder Spencer being seized (althought in his ninetieth year), was brought in chains before the prince and the barons, and received judgment of death, which was accordingly exceuted, by hanging the culprit upon a gallows in the sight of the king and of his son, upon St. Dennis's day, in October, 1326. [ 27 Oct 1326 ] It is said by some writers that the body was hung up with two strong cords for four days, and then cut to pieces, and given to the dogs. Young Spencer, with the king, effected his escape; but they were both, soon afterwards, taken and delivered to the queen, when the unfortunate monarch was consigned to Berkeley Castle, where he was basely murdered in 1327. Hugh Spencer the younger, it appears was impeached before parliament, and received sentence to be drawn upon a hurdle, with trumps and trumpets, throughout all the city of Hereford and there to be hanged and quartered, which sentence was executed on a gallows 50 feet high, upon St. Andrew's eve, anno 1326 [ 24 Nov 1326 ]. Thus terminated the career of two of the most celebrated royal favourites in the annals of England. The younger Hugh was a peer of the realm, as well as his father, having been summoned to parliament as a baron, from 29 July, 1314, to 10 October, 1325; but the two BARONIES OF SPENCER, and the EARLDOM OF WINCHESTER, expired under the attainders of the father and son.' Children of Hugh Le16 Despencer and Isabella Beauchamp (see #38275) were as follows:

·                  19144. i. Hugh Le15.

·                  19137. ii. Isabel Le.

38275. Isabella16 Beauchamp (William, #38392) was born circa 1252. She was born circa 1252. She married Hugh Le Despencer (see #38274), son of Sir Hugh Le Despencer and Aliva Basset, in 1286. She married Hugh Le Despencer, son of Sir Hugh Le Despencer and Aliva Basset, in 1286. She died on 30 May 1306 at Elmley Castle, Worcestershire. She died on 30 May 1306 at Elmley Castle, Worcestershire.

38288. Hugh Le16 Despencer (Sir, #76548) was born circa 1236. He married Isabella Beauchamp (see #38275), daughter of William de Beauchamp and Maud Fitzjohn, in 1286. He died on 27 Oct 1326 at Bristol, Gloucestershire.

He From Burke's D&E p. 166 *'... and the elder Spencer being seized (althought in his ninetieth year), was brought in chains before the prince and the barons, and received judgment of death, which was accordingly exceuted, by hanging the culprit upon a gallows in the sight of the king and of his son, upon St. Dennis's day, in October, 1326. [ 27 Oct 1326 ] It is said by some writers that the body was hung up with two strong cords for four days, and then cut to pieces, and given to the dogs. Young Spencer, with the king, effected his escape; but they were both, soon afterwards, taken and delivered to the queen, when the unfortunate monarch was consigned to Berkeley Castle, where he was basely murdered in 1327. Hugh Spencer the younger, it appears was impeached before parliament, and received sentence to be drawn upon a hurdle, with trumps and trumpets, throughout all the city of Hereford and there to be hanged and quartered, which sentence was executed on a gallows 50 feet high, upon St. Andrew's eve, anno 1326 [ 24 Nov 1326 ]. Thus terminated the career of two of the most celebrated royal favourites in the annals of England. The younger Hugh was a peer of the realm, as well as his father, having been summoned to parliament as a baron, from 29 July, 1314, to 10 October, 1325; but the two BARONIES OF SPENCER, and the EARLDOM OF WINCHESTER, expired under the attainders of the father and son. Children of Hugh Le16 Despencer and Isabella Beauchamp (see #38275) were as follows:

·                  19144. i. Hugh Le15.

·                  19137. ii. Isabel Le.

38289. Isabella16 Beauchamp (William, #38392) was born circa 1252. She was born circa 1252. She married Hugh Le Despencer (see #38274), son of Sir Hugh Le Despencer and Aliva Basset, in 1286. She married Hugh Le Despencer, son of Sir Hugh Le Despencer and Aliva Basset, in 1286. She died on 30 May 1306 at Elmley Castle, Worcestershire. She died on 30 May 1306 at Elmley Castle, Worcestershire.

38290. Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de16 Clare (Richard, #76580) was born on 2 Sep 1243 at Christchurch, Hampshire. He married Alice le Brun in 1257. He married Joan of Acre Plantagenet (see #38291), daughter of Edward I Longshanks King of England and Princess Eleanor of Castile, on 30 Apr 1290 at Westminster Abbey. He died on 7 Dec 1295 at Monmouth Castle, Monmouthshire, at age 52. He was buried on 22 Dec 1295 at Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucester.

Children of Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de16 Clare and Joan of Acre Plantagenet (see #38291) were as follows:

·                  19145. i. Eleanor de15.

·                  19195. ii. Margaret de.

·                  38295. iii. Elizabeth de.

38291. Joan of Acre16 Plantagenet (Edward Longshanks, #76582) was born in 1272 at Acre, Palestine. She married Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de Clare (see #38290), son of Richard de Clare and Maud de Lacy, on 30 Apr 1290 at Westminster Abbey. She married Ralph de Monthermer in 1297. She died on 23 Apr 1307 at Clare, Suffolk. She was buried on 26 Apr 1307 at Austin Friars Church, Clare, Suffolk.

She a daughter of Edward I?

38292. William de16 Ferrers (William, #76584) was born between 30 Jan 1270 and 1271 at Yoxhall, Staffordshire. He died between 20 Mar 1323 and 1324.

Children of William de16 Ferrers and Ellen de Segrave (see #38293) were as follows:

·                  i. .Anne de15

·                  ii. .Thomas de

·                  iii. .Ralph de.

·                  19146. iv. Henry de.

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38293. Ellen de16 Segrave.

38294. Theobald de16 Verdon (Theobald, #76588) was born on 8 Sep 1278. He married Matilda de Mortimer (see #38299), daughter of Edmund de Mortimer and Margaret de Fiennes, on 29 Jul 1302. He married Elizabeth de Clare, daughter of Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de Clare and Joan of Acre Plantagenet, between 3 Feb 1315 and 1316 at Bristol, Gloucestershire. He died on 27 Jul 1316 at Alton Castle, Staffordshire, at age 37. He was buried on 13 Oct 1316 at Croxden Abbey, Staffordshire.

Children of Theobald de16 Verdon and Elizabeth de Clare (see #38295) were:

·                  19147. i. Elizabeth de15.

38295. Elizabeth de16 Clare (Gilbert, #38290) was buried at Sisters Minories, Aldgate, London. She was born on 16 Sep 1295 at Tewkesbury, Gloucester. She married John de Burgh on 30 Sep 1308 at Waltham Abbey, Essex. She married Theobald de Verdon (see #38294), son of Theobald de Verdon and Margery (--?--), between 3 Feb 1315 and 1316 at Bristol, Gloucestershire. She married Roger d'Amorie on 3 May 1317. She died on 4 Nov 1360 at age 65.

 

38296. Stephen16 Burghersh (Robert, #76592) was born at Burghersh, Sussex.

Children of Stephen16 Burghersh and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  i. Henry15; buried at Lincoln Cathedral; died 1343 at Ghent.

·                  19148. ii. Bartholomew.

38298. Theobald de16 Verdon (Theobald, #76588) was born on 8 Sep 1278. He married Matilda de Mortimer (see #38299), daughter of Edmund de Mortimer and Margaret de Fiennes, on 29 Jul 1302. He married Elizabeth de Clare, daughter of Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de Clare and Joan of Acre Plantagenet, between 3 Feb 1315 and 1316 at Bristol, Gloucestershire. He died on 27 Jul 1316 at Alton Castle, Staffordshire, at age 37. He was buried on 13 Oct 1316 at Croxden Abbey, Staffordshire.

Children of Theobald de16 Verdon and Matilda de Mortimer (see #38299) were:

·                  19149. i. Elizabeth15.

38299. Matilda de16 Mortimer (Edmund, #38396) was born circa 1286. She was born circa 1286. She married Theobald de Verdon, son of Theobald de Verdon and Margery (--?--), on 29 Jul 1302. She married Theobald de Verdon (see #38294), son of Theobald de Verdon and Margery (--?--), on 29 Jul 1302. She died on 18 Sep 1312 at Alton, Staffordshire. She died on 18 Sep 1312 at Alton, Staffordshire. She was buried on 9 Oct 1312 at Croxden Abbey, Staffordshire. She was buried on 9 Oct 1312 at Croxden Abbey, Staffordshire.

She was also known as Matilda de Mortimer

38304. Oliver16 Dinan (Geffery, #76608) was born in 1234. He died between 26 Feb 1298 and 1299.

Children of Oliver16 Dinan and Isabelle de Vere (see #38305) were:

·                  19152. i. Josce15.

38305. Isabelle de16 Vere (Hugh, #76610) was born circa 1228 at Totnes, Devon. She died on 11 Aug 1300.

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38306. Richard16 Hydon Children of Richard16 Hydon and an unknown spouse were:

·                  19153. i. Margaret15.

38312. Sir Hugh de16 Courtenay (John, #76624) was buried at Cowick, Exeter, Devon. He was born between 24 Mar 1248 and 1249. He died between 28 Feb 1291 and 1292.

He was also known as 3rd Baron of Okehampton. He Burke's Extinct & Dormant has Sir Hugh de \Courtenay\ was the son of Robert de \Courtenay\,and makes no mention of John de \Courtenay\. I've used Vivian in this account. Children of Sir Hugh de16 Courtenay and Eleanor Le Despencer (see #38313) were as follows:

·                  i. Alice de15; died at young.

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·                  ii. John de; died at young.

·                  iii. .Aveline de

·                  iv. Sir Philip de; died 24 Jun 1314 at Stirling.

·                  v. .Egelina de

·                  vi. Robert de; died at young.

·                  vii. Eleanor de; born circa 1261; married an unknown person circa 1281.

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·                  19156. viii. Hugh.

·                  ix. Isabell de; born circa 1283 at Of Okehampton, Devonshire, England; died after 10 May 1325.

·                  x. Margaret de; born circa 1285; married an unknown person circa 1311.

38313. Eleanor Le16 Despencer (Sir, #76548) was born circa 1252. She was born circa 1252. She died on 1 Oct 1328 at Cowick, Exeter. She was buried on 1 Oct 1328 at Cowick, Devon. She died on 1 Oct 1328 at Cowick, Exeter. She was buried on 1 Oct 1328 at Cowick, Devon.

38314. John Lord16 St. John (Robert, #76628) was born circa 1225. He married Alice Fitzpiers (see #38315), daughter of Reginald Fitzpiers and Alice (--?--), in Jun 1256. He died on 29 Sep 1302.

Children of John Lord16 St. John and Alice Fitzpiers (see #38315) were as follows:

·                  19157. i. Agnes15.

·                  ii. John de; born Oct 1273 at Of Basing, Hampshire, England; born Oct 1273 at Of Basing, Hampshire, England; died 14 May 1329 at age 55; died 14 May 1329 at age 55.

He was also known as John de Saint John. He was also known as Lord Saint John. He was also known as Lord Saint John.

38315. Alice16 Fitzpiers (Reginald, #76630) was born circa 1234. She married John Lord St. John (see #38314), son of Robert St. John and Agnes de Cantilupe, in Jun 1256.

38316. John de16 Moles (Roger, #76632) was born in 1269 at Of Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. He was born in 1269 at Of Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. He married Maud Grey (see #38317) circa 1288 at Of Cadbury, Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. He married Maud Grey circa 1288 at Of Cadbury, Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. He died on 20 May 1310. He died on 20 May 1310.

He was also known as John de Moles. He was also known as 1st Baron Moels. He was also known as 1st Baron Moels. Children of John de16 Moles and Maud Grey (see #38317) were as follows:

·                  i. Sir Nicholas de15; died BEF. 29 JAN 1315 16 at Sp; died BEF. 29 JAN 1315 16 at Sp; born 10 Aug 1289 at Of Devonshire, England; born 10 Aug 1289 at Of Devonshire, England.

He was also known as 2nd Baron Moels. He was also known as 2nd Baron Moels. He was also known as Sir Nicholas de Moles. He [Pomeroy.ftw] *Summoned to parliament and knighted in 1311. ii. Roger de; born circa 11 Jun 1295 at Of Chagford, Devonshire, England; born circa 11 Jun 1295 at Of Chagford, Devonshire, England; died 1326; died 1326.

·                  19158. iii. John de.

·                  iv. Joan de; born circa 1299 at Of Castle Kary, Somerset, England; born circa 1299 at Of Castle Kary, Somerset, England; died before 16 Apr 1359; died before 16 Apr 1359.

38317. Maud16 Grey was born circa 1270 at Of Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. She was born circa 1270 at Of Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. She married John de Moles (see #38316), son of Roger de Moles and Alice de Preux, circa 1288 at Of Cadbury, Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. She married John de Moles, son of Roger de Moles and Alice de Preux, circa 1288 at Of Cadbury, Mapperton, Somersetshire, England.

 

38318. Sir Richard16 Lovel (Hugh, #76636) died in 1351.

Children of Sir Richard16 Lovel and Muriel Soulis (see #38319) all born at of Castle Cary, Somerset, were as follows:

·                  19159. i. Joan15.

·                  ii. James; born circa 1310; born circa 1310 at of Castle Cary, Somerset; died 1342; died 1342.

·                  iii. Alionore; born circa 1312; born circa 1312 at of Castle Cary, Somerset.

 

38319. Muriel16 Soulis (John, #76638) was born at of Roxborough, Scotland.

38336. William de16 Morley (Robert, #76672) was buried at Royden Church. He died in 1302.

Children of William de16 Morley and Isabel de Mohaut (see #38337) were:

·                  19168. i. Robert de15.

.

38337. Isabel de16 Mohaut [Hildyard.FTW]

38338. William16 Marshal (John, #76676) was born circa 24 Sep 1277 at Denham, Suffolk. He was born circa 24 Sep 1277 at Denham, Suffolk. He died on 24 Jun 1314 at Battle of Bannockburn, Stirling, Scotland. He died on 24 Jun 1314 at Battle of Bannockburn, Stirling, Scotland.

Children of William16 Marshal and Christian Fitz-Walter (see #38339) were as follows:

·                  i. Denise15; died 14 Sep 1316.

·                  19169. ii. Hawise.

·                  iii. John; born 1 Aug 1292; born 1 Aug 1292; married an unknown person before 6 Dec 1311; married an unknown person before 6 Dec 1311; died 12 Aug 1316 at age 24; died 12 Aug 1316 at age 24.

He was also known as John Marshal.

38339. Christian16 Fitz-Walter (Sir, #76678) died before 6 Dec 1315.

38384. Nicholas de16 Stafford (Robert, #76768) was buried at Stone. He died in 1287 at Siege of Droslan Castle, Wales.

Children of Nicholas de16 Stafford and Alianore Clinton (see #38385) were:

·                  19192. i. Edmund de15 Baron of Stafford.

.

38385. Alianore16 Clinton A.

38386. Sir Ralph16 Basset (Ralph, #76772) was born circa 1242 at of Drayton Basset, Stafford. He married Helvesa Grey (see #38387), daughter of John de Grey and Joan (--?--), circa 1261. He died in 1301 at (27 Edw. I).

He was also known as Lord Basset of Drayton

Children of Sir Ralph16 Basset and Helvesa Grey (see #38387) were as follows:

·                  i. .Joan15

·                  ii. .Elizabeth.

·                  19193. iii. Margaret.

·                  iv. .Alianor

·                  v. .Maud

·                  vi. Ralph; born circa 1279 at of Drayton Basset, Staffordshire; born circa 1279 at of Drayton Basset, Staffordshire; married an unknown person between 17 Mar 1303 and 1304 at Drayton Basset, Staffordshire; married an unknown person between 17 Mar 1303 and 1304 at Drayton Basset, Staffordshire; died 28 Oct 1343; died 28 Oct 1343.

38387. Helvesa16 Grey (John, #76774) was born circa 1239. She married Sir Ralph Basset (see #38386), son of Ralph Basset and Margaret de Somery, circa 1261.

38388. Hugh16 Audley (James Aldithley, #76776) died.

Children of Hugh16 Audley and Isolde de Mortimer (see #38389) were as follows:

·                  i. Alice15; buried at Durham Cathedral, Durham; married an unknown person between 14 Jan 1325 and 1326; died between 11 Jan 1373 and 1374 at Greystoke, Northumberland.

·                  19194. ii. Hugh de.

38389. Isolde de16 Mortimer (Edmund, #38396) was born circa 1270. She died in 1328.

38390. Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de16 Clare (Richard, #76580) was born on 2 Sep 1243 at Christchurch, Hampshire. He married Alice le Brun in 1257. He married Joan of Acre Plantagenet (see #38291), daughter of Edward I Longshanks King of England and Princess Eleanor of Castile, on 30 Apr 1290 at Westminster Abbey. He died on 7 Dec 1295 at Monmouth Castle, Monmouthshire, at age 52. He was buried on 22 Dec 1295 at Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucester.

He was also known as 7th Earl of Hertford.

Children of Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de16 Clare and Joan of Acre Plantagenet (see #38291) were as follows:

·                  19145. i. Eleanor de15.

·                  19195. ii. Margaret de.

·                  38295. iii. Elizabeth de.

38391. Joan of Acre16 Plantagenet (Edward Longshanks, #76582) was born in 1272 at Acre, Palestine. She married Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de Clare (see #38290), son of Richard de Clare and Maud de Lacy, on 30 Apr 1290 at Westminster Abbey. She married Ralph de Monthermer in 1297. She died on 23 Apr 1307 at Clare, Suffolk. She was buried on 26 Apr 1307 at Austin Friars Church, Clare, Suffolk.

She a daughter of Edward I?

38392. William de16 Beauchamp (William, #76784) was born circa 1227. He married Maud Fitzjohn (see #38393), daughter of John Fitzgeoffrey and Isabel Bigod, before 1270. He died on 9 Jun 1298 at Elmley, Worcestershire. He was buried on 22 Jun 1298 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire.

He was also known as 9th Earl of Warwick

Children of William de16 Beauchamp and Maud Fitzjohn (see #38393) were as follows:

·                  38275. i. Isabella15.

·                  19196. ii. Guy de.

·                  iii. Anne de; born circa 1274; born circa 1274; born circa 1276; died after 1296..

·                  iv. Amy de; born circa 1276; died after 1296.

·                  v. Margaret de; born circa 1278; born circa 1278.

·                  vi. Maud de; born circa 1282; born circa 1282; died 1360; died 1360.

38393. Maud16 Fitzjohn (John Fitzgeoffrey, #76786) was born circa 1237. She was born circa 1237. She married William de Beauchamp, son of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit, before 1270. She married William de Beauchamp (see #38392), son of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit, before 1270. She died on 16 Apr 1301. She died on 16 Apr 1301. She was buried on 7 May 1301 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire. She was buried on 7 May 1301 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire.

38394. Ralph VII de16 Toeni (Roger, #76788) was born in 1255. He was born in 1255. He married Mary (--?--) (see #38395) before 1276. He married Mary (--?--) before 1276. He died before 29 Jul 1295 at prison in France. He died before 29 Jul 1295 at prison in France.

He was also known as Ralph VII de Toeni

Children of Ralph VII de16 Toeni and Mary (--?--) (see #38395) were as follows:

·                  i. Robert de15; born 4 Apr 1276 at Thornby, Scotland; born 4 Apr 1276 at Thornby, Scotland; died before 28 Nov 1309; died before 28 Nov 1309.

·                  19197. ii. Alice de.

38395. Mary16 (--?--) married Ralph VII de Toeni (see #38394), son of Roger V de Toeni and Isabel (--?--), before 1276. She died after 1283.

38396. Edmund de16 Mortimer (Roger, #76792) was born in 1252. He married Margaret de Fiennes (see #38397), daughter of William II de Fiennes and Blanche de Brienne, circa 1285. He died on 17 Jul 1304 at Wigmore, Herefordshire.

Children of Edmund de16 Mortimer and Margaret de Fiennes (see #38397) were as follows:

·                  i. .

·                  ii. .Joan

·                  iii. .Elizabeth

·                  iv. .Hugh

·                  v. .Walter

·                  38389. vi. Isolde de.

·                  38299. vii. Matilda de.

·                  19198. viii. Roger de.

38397. Margaret de16 Fiennes (William, #76794) married Edmund de Mortimer (see #38396), son of Roger de Mortimer and Maud de Braose, circa 1285. She died between 7 Feb 1333 and 1334.

 

38398. Piers de16 Geneville (Geoffrey, #76796) was born in 1256. He was born in 1256. He died in 1292. He died in 1292.

 

Children of Piers de16 Geneville and Joan de Lusignan (see #38399) were as follows:

·                  19199. i. Joan de15.

·                  ii. Joan de; buried at St Mary's, Warwick; born between 2 Feb 1285 and 1286 at Ludlow, Shropshire; married Roger de Mortimer, son of Edmund de Mortimer and Margaret de Fiennes, before 6 Oct 1306; died 19 Oct 1356.

38399. Joan de16 Lusignan (Hugh, #76798) was born circa 1262. She was born circa 1262. She died in 1323. She died in 1323.

38450. Malcolm of16 Angus.

Children of Malcolm of16 Angus and an unknown spouse were:

·                  10105. i. Maud of15.

38452. William16 Comyn married Margaret of Bucan (see #20213), daughter of Earl Fergus of Bucan. He died in 1233.

Children of William16 Comyn and Margaret of Bucan (see #20213) were:

·                  10106. i. Alexander15.

38453. Margaret of16 Bucan (Fergus, #40426) married William Comyn (see #20212).

38454. Roger16 De Quincy (Saher, #40428) 2nd Earl of Winchester - Constable of Scotland married Helen of Galloway (see #20215), daughter of Alan of Galloway and daughter de Lacy, before 1173. He died on 28 Apr 1264.

Children of Roger16 De Quincy and Helen of Galloway (see #20215) were:

·                  10107. i. Elizabeth15.

38455. Helen of16 Galloway (Alan, #40430) married Roger De Quincy (see #20214), son of Saher De Quincy and Margaet De Beaumont, before 1173.

38460. Roger16 Biogod (Hugh Bigod, #40440) was born circa 1150; 2nd Earl of Norfollk - Steward of the Royal Household. He was born circa 1150. He was born circa 1150. He married Isabel de Warrenne (see #20221), daughter of Hameline Plantagenet and Isabell de Warrenne, circa 1185. He married Isabel de Warrenne, daughter of Hameline Plantagenet and Isabell de Warrenne, circa 1185. He married Isabel de Warrenne, daughter of Hameline Plantagenet and Isabell de Warrenne, circa 1185. He died before 2 Aug 1221 at Thetford, Norfolk. He died before 2 Aug 1221 at Thetford, Norfolk. He died before Aug 1226.

He was also known as 2nd Earl of Norfolk. He was also known as Roger Bigod. He was also known as Roger Bigod. He was also known as 2nd Earl of Norfolk. Children of Roger16 Biogod and Isabel de Warrenne (see #20221) were as follows:

·                  i. .Thomas15

·                  ii. .

·                  Mary iii. .

Alice

iv. .Alice

v. .William

vi. .Mary

vii. .Thomas

viii. .William A.

·                  10110. ix. Hugh.

·                  x. Hugh; born circa 1186; born circa 1186; married an unknown person before 1207; married an unknown person before 1207; died between 18 Feb 1224 and 1225; died between 18 Feb 1224 and 1225.

·                  xi. Margery; married an unknown person circa 1193; married an unknown person circa 1193; born circa 1194; born circa 1194; died 31 Mar 1237; died 31 Mar 1237.

38461. Isabel16 de Warrenne (Hameline Plantagenet, #40442) was born circa 1154. She was born circa 1154. She was born circa 1154. She was born circa 1154. She married Roger Biogod (see #20220), son of Hugh Bigod and Juliana de Vere, circa 1185. She married Roger Biogod, son of Hugh Bigod and Juliana de Vere, circa 1185. She married Roger Biogod, son of Hugh Bigod and Juliana de Vere, circa 1185. She married an unknown person circa 1185.

 

38462. Nicholas16 De Stuteville married Devorguilla of Galloway (see #20223), daughter of Roland of Galloway.

Children of Nicholas16 De Stuteville and Devorguilla of Galloway (see #20223) were:

·                  10111. i. Joan15.

38463. Devorguilla of16 Galloway (Roland, #40446) married Nicholas De Stuteville (see #20222).

40264. Walcheline16 De Beauchamp (Walter, #80528) married Joane (Isabel) De Mortimer (see #40265), daughter of Roger De Mortimer and Millicent De Ferrieres, in 1212. He died on 14 Apr 1236.

Children of Walcheline16 De Beauchamp and Joane (Isabel) De Mortimer (see #40265) were:

·                  20132. i. William15.

40265. Joane (Isabel)16 De Mortimer (Roger, #80530) was born circa 1194. She married Walcheline De Beauchamp (see #40264), son of Walter De Beauchamp, in 1212. She died in 1268.

40266. William16 Maudit (Robert, #80532) was born circa 1186. He married Alice De Newburg (see #40267), daughter of Earl Waleran of Warick and Alice De Harcourt, circa 1211. He died in Apr 1257.

Children of William16 Maudit and Alice De Newburg (see #40267) were:

·                  20133. i. Isabel15.

40267. Alice16 De Newburg (Waleran Warick, #80534) was born in 1196. She married William Maudit (see #40266), son of Robert Maudit and Elizabeth Basset, circa 1211. She died before 1263.

40268. Geoffrey16 Fitzpiers;; Chief Justice of England and Sheriff of Shropshire married an unknown person BEF. 25 JAN 1183 84. He was buried at Shouldham Priory. He married Evine De Clare (see #40269), daughter of Roger De Clare and Maud St Hilaire, circa 1162. He was born circa 1162. He was born circa 1162. He married Eveline de Clare, daughter of Roger de Clare and Maud St Hilaire, after 1197. He died on 14 Oct 1213. He died on 14 Oct 1213.

He was also known as Geoffrey Fitzpiers. He Chief Justice of England and Sheriff of Shropshire (1207). Children of Geoffrey16 Fitzpiers and Evine De Clare (see #40269) were:

·                  20134. i. John15.

40269. Evine16 De Clare (Roger, #80538) married Geoffrey Fitzpiers (see #40268) circa 1162. She was born in 1172. She died in 1225.

40270 . Hugh16 Biogod (Roger, #20220) (see #10110 )

40271. Maud16 Marshall (William, #80542) married Hugh Biogod (see #10110), son of Roger Biogod and Isabel de Warrenne.

40426. Earl Fergus of16 Bucan.

Children of Earl Fergus of16 Bucan and an unknown spouse were:

·                  20213. i. Margaret of15.

40428. Saher16 De Quincy (Robert, #80856) was born circa 1155; Earl of Winchester. He married Margaet De Beaumont (see #40429), daughter of Robert De Beaumont and Pertronilla (Pernall) De Grndmesnil, before 1173. He died on 3 Nov 1219.

Children of Saher16 De Quincy and Margaet De Beaumont (see #40429) were as follows:

·                  i. Hawsie15; married Hugh De Vere, son of Robert De Vere and Isabel De Bolbec.

·                  20214. ii. Roger.

40429. Margaet16 De Beaumont (Robert, #80858) married Saher De Quincy (see #40428), son of Robert De Quincy and Orabella (--?--), before 1173. She died on 12 Jan 1234.

40430. Alan of16 Galloway (Roland, #80860) Constable of Scotland 1215-1234 married daughter de Lacy (see #40431), daughter of Hugh de Lacy and Lesceline (--?--). He died in 1234.

Children of Alan of16 Galloway and daughter de Lacy (see #40431) were:

·                  20215. i. Helen of15.

40431. daughter16 de Lacy (Hugh, #80862) married Alan of Galloway (see #40430), son of Roland of Galloway and Elena De Morville.

40440. Hugh16 Bigod (Roger, #80880) died in 1177 at the Holy Land.

He was also known as Earl of NorfolkChildren of Hugh16 Bigod and Juliana de Vere (see #40441) were:

·                  20220. i. Roger15.

.

40441. Juliana de16 Vere (Alberic, #80882

40442. Hameline16 Plantagenet (Geoffrey, #80884) was buried at Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. He was buried at Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. He was born circa 1135. He married Isabell de Warrenne (see #40443), daughter of William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Adela Talvace, circa 1135. He was born circa 1135. He married Isabell de Warrenne, daughter of William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Adela Talvace, in Apr 1164. He married Isabell de Warrenne, daughter of William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Adela Talvace, in Apr 1164. He died on 7 May 1202. He died on 7 May 1202.

He was also known as Hameline Plantagenet. He was also known as Homeline Plantagenet. Children of Hameline16 Plantagenet and Isabell de Warrenne (see #40443) were as follows:

·                  i. .Adela de15

·                  ii. .Maud A.

·                  iii. .

Adela de iv. .

Maud de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  v. .

Margaret de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  vi. .

Margaret de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  20221. vii. Isabel.

·                  viii. William Plantagenet de; born 1166; born 1166; married an unknown person before 13 Oct 1225; married an unknown person before 13 Oct 1225; died 27 May 1240; died 27 May 1240.

He was also known as William Plantagenet de Warrenne. Source Source

40443. Isabell de16 Warrenne (William, #80886) was buried at Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. She was buried at Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. She married Hameline Plantagenet (see #40442), son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet and Adelaide de Angers, circa 1135. She was born circa 1136. She married William Count of Boulogne circa 1149. She married Hameline Plantagenet, son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet and Adelaide de Angers, in Apr 1164. She married Hameline Plantagenet, son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet and Adelaide de Angers, in Apr 1164. She died in 1199. She died on 13 Jul 1199. She died on 13 Jul 1199.

40446. Roland of16 Galloway (Gunnild Dunbar, #80892) married Elena De Morville, daughter of Richard De Morville and Avice of Lancaster. He died in Dec 1200.

He was also known as Roland of Galloway.

Children of Roland of16 Galloway and an unknown spouse were:

·                  20223. i. Devorguilla of15.

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76288. Sir Peter17 Hildeyard Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Sir Peter17 Hildeyard and Alice de Melsa (see #76289) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Robert16 was (an unknown value) at Bailiff to Isabella, Countess of Albermarle & Devon. He 'to whom the manor of Riston in Holdernesse was re-granted by Edward I, having reverted to the Crown on the death of Aveline de Fortibus.' Source

·                  38144. ii. Peter.

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76289. Alice de17 Melsa Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

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76296. Robert17 Hildyard (Sir Hildeyard, #152592) was (an unknown value) at Bailiff to Isabella, Countess of Albermarle & Devon. He 'to whom the manor of Riston in Holdernesse was re-granted by Edward I, having reverted to the Crown on the death of Aveline de Fortibus.' Source

Children of Robert17 Hildyard and Joanna de Scures (see #76297) were:

·                  38148. i. Sir Robert16.

76297. Joanna de17 Scures died in 1296 at 24 Edw. I.

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76544. Henry de17 Hastings was born circa 1194. He was born circa 1194. He married Ada Huntingdon (see #76545) before 7 Jun 1237. He married Ada Huntingdon before 7 Jun 1237. He died in 1250. He died in 1250.

Children of Henry de17 Hastings and Ada Huntingdon (see #76545) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Margery16 Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  ii. .

Hilaria Tompsett and LDS have her as Eleanor. SSource

·                  38272. iii. Henry de.

76545. Ada17 Huntingdon married Henry de Hastings (see #76544) before 7 Jun 1237.

76546. William de17 Cantilupe was born circa 1216 at Calne, Wilts, Eng & Aston Cantlow, Warw., Eng. He married Eve de Braose (see #76547) on 25 Jul 1238. He died on 25 Sep 1254 at Calstone, Wiltshire. He was buried on 30 Sep 1254 at Studley Priory, Warwick.

Children of William de17 Cantilupe and Eve de Braose (see #76547) were as follows:

·                  38273. i. Joane de16.

·                  ii. Millicent de; died BEF. 27 JAN 1298 99; born circa 1250; married an unknown person before 1273.

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·                  iii. George de; born 29 Mar 1252 at of Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales; born 29 Mar 1252 at of Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales; died 18 Oct 1273 at age 21; died 18 Oct 1273 at age 21.

76547. Eve de17 Braose married William de Cantilupe (see #76546) on 25 Jul 1238. She died before 28 Jul 1255.

 

76548. Sir Hugh Le17 Despencer was buried at Evesham Abbey, Worcestershire. He was born before 1223 at of Loughborough, Leicestershire. He married Aliva Basset (see #76549) in 1260. He died on 4 Aug 1265 at Battle of Evesham, Worcestershire.

He was also known as Knight. Children of Sir Hugh Le17 Despencer and Aliva Basset (see #76549) were as follows:

·                  38274. i. Hugh Le16.

·                  76585. ii. Anne Le.

·                  38313. iii. Eleanor Le.

76549. Aliva17 Basset was born before 1236. She married Sir Hugh Le Despencer (see #76548) in 1260. She married Roger Bigod after 1265. She died on 11 Apr 1281.

76550. William de17 Beauchamp (William, #76784) was born circa 1227. He married Maud Fitzjohn (see #38393), daughter of John Fitzgeoffrey and Isabel Bigod, before 1270. He died on 9 Jun 1298 at Elmley, Worcestershire. He was buried on 22 Jun 1298 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire.

He was also known as 9th Earl of Warwick

Children of William de17 Beauchamp and Maud Fitzjohn (see #38393) were as follows:

·                  38275. i. Isabella16.

·                  19196. ii. Guy de.

·                  iii. Anne de; born circa 1274; born circa 1274; born circa 1276; died after 1296.

She was also known as Amy de Beauchamp. She was also known as Anne de Beauchamp.

iv. Amy de; born circa 1276; died after 1296.

·                  v. Margaret de; born circa 1278; born circa 1278.

·                  vi. Maud de; born circa 1282; born circa 1282; died 1360; died 1360.

76551. Maud17 Fitzjohn (John Fitzgeoffrey, #76786) was born circa 1237. She was born circa 1237. She married William de Beauchamp, son of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit, before 1270. She married William de Beauchamp (see #38392), son of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit, before 1270. She died on 16 Apr 1301. She died on 16 Apr 1301. She was buried on 7 May 1301 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire. She was buried on 7 May 1301 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire.

 

76576. Sir Hugh Le17 Despencer was buried at Evesham Abbey, Worcestershire. He was born before 1223 at of Loughborough, Leicestershire. He married Aliva Basset (see #76549) in 1260. He died on 4 Aug 1265 at Battle of Evesham, Worcestershire.

Children of Sir Hugh Le17 Despencer and Aliva Basset (see #76549) were as follows:

·                  38274. i. Hugh Le16.

·                  76585. ii. Anne Le.

·                  38313. iii. Eleanor Le.

76577. Aliva17 Basset was born before 1236. She married Sir Hugh Le Despencer (see #76548) in 1260. She married Roger Bigod after 1265. She died on 11 Apr 1281.

 

76578. William de17 Beauchamp (William, #76784) was born circa 1227. He married Maud Fitzjohn (see #38393), daughter of John Fitzgeoffrey and Isabel Bigod, before 1270. He died on 9 Jun 1298 at Elmley, Worcestershire. He was buried on 22 Jun 1298 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire.

He was also known as 9th Earl of Warwick. Source

Children of William de17 Beauchamp and Maud Fitzjohn (see #38393) were as follows:

·                  38275. i. Isabella16.

·                  19196. ii. Guy de.

·                  iii. Anne de; born circa 1274; born circa 1274; born circa 1276; died after 1296.

She was also known as Amy de Beauchamp. She was also known as Anne de Beauchamp. iv. Amy de; born circa 1276; died after 1296.

·                  v. Margaret de; born circa 1278; born circa 1278.

·                  vi. Maud de; born circa 1282; born circa 1282; died 1360; died 1360.

76579. Maud17 Fitzjohn (John Fitzgeoffrey, #76786) was born circa 1237. She was born circa 1237. She married William de Beauchamp, son of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit, before 1270. She married William de Beauchamp (see #38392), son of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit, before 1270. She died on 16 Apr 1301. She died on 16 Apr 1301. She was buried on 7 May 1301 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire. She was buried on 7 May 1301 at Grey Friars, Worcestershire.

76580. Richard de17 Clare was born on 4 Aug 1222 at Gloucestershire. He married Margaret Burgh circa Sep 1236 at St. Edmund's, Wexford, Ireland. He married Maud de Lacy (see #76581) between 26 Jan 1237 and 1238. He died on 15 Jul 1262 at Ashenfield Manor, Waltham, Kent, at age 39. He was buried on 28 Jul 1262 at Tewkesbury, Gloucester.

He was also known as 6th Earl of Hertford. He 'It is reported of this nobleman, that being at Tewkesbury, in the 45th Henry III., a Jew, who had fallen into a jakes upon the Saturday, refusing to be pulled out in reverence to the Jewish sabbath, his lordship prohibited any help to be afforded to him on the next day, Sunday, the Christian sabbath, and thus suffered the unfortunate Israelite to perish. He d. himself in the July of the next year (1262), having been poisoned at the table of Peter de Savoy, the queen's uncle, along with Baldwin, Earl of Devon, and other persons of note.' *Burke's Dormant and Extinct, p 119. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MEN Divorce. Children of Richard de17 Clare and Maud de Lacy (see #76581) were as follows:

·                  i. Isabel de16; born May 1240; born May 1240; married an unknown person Jun 1257 at Lyons, France; married an unknown person Jun 1257 at Lyons, France; died 1271; died 1271.

·                  38290. ii. Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de.

·                  iii. Thomas de; born circa 1248 at Tonbridge, Kent; died 29 Aug 1287 at Thomond, Connaught, County Clare, Ireland.

·                  iv. Margaret de; born 1249; married an unknown person 6 Oct 1272 at Ruislip Chapel, Middlesex; died 1312.

·                  v. Rohese de; born circa 1254; born circa 1254.

76581. Maud de17 Lacy died BEF. 10 MAR 1288 89. She was born circa 1223. She married Richard de Clare (see #76580) between 26 Jan 1237 and 1238.

76582. Edward I17 Longshanks King of England was buried at Beaulieu Abbey, Hampshire. He was born on 17 Jun 1239 at Westminster Palace, London. He married Princess Eleanor of Castile (see #76583), daughter of King Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon and Countess Johanna Ponthieu, on 18 Oct 1254 at Abbey of Las Huelgas, Burgos, Castile. He married Margaret (--?--) on 8 Sep 1299 at Canterbury. He died on 7 Jul 1307 at Burgh-on-the-Sands, Carlisle, at age 68.

He <img src='http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~floyer/jpegs/01697.jpg' align='right' width='148' height='198' alt='Edward I'> Edward I *Edward I (1272-1307), who succeeded his father, was an able administrator and law-maker. He re-established royal power, investigating many of the abuses resulting from weak royal government and issuing new laws. Edward was an effective soldier, gaining experience from going on crusade to Syria before he became king. In 1277 Edward invaded Wales where Llewelyn ap Gruffydd, prince of Wales, had built up considerable power. In a series of campaigns Edward gained control of Wales, building strong castles to secure his conquests. Llewelyn was subdued before his death, by the 1277 treaty of Conway. In 1284, the Statute of Wales brought Wales under Edward's rule. In 1301, he created his eldest surviving son, Edward, the first English Prince of Wales. *Wanting to unite the country behind him and to raise money for his campaigns in Wales and Scotland (including another war in France in 1293), in 1295 the king called what became known as the 'Model Parliament'. To this he summoned not only the aristocracy, bishops and abbots, but also the knights of the shires, burgesses from the towns and junior clergy. (Although resembling Parliament in approximately its modern form, for most of the middle ages a parliament meant primarily the king and the lords, with the commons meeting separately. Under pressures of war, and the subsequent need for extraordinary taxation, parliament became a regular feature of royal rule, and his system of representation subsequently became more usual.) *In 1296 Edward invaded Scotland, successfully seizing the Stone of Scone; the king John Balliol abdicated and surrendered to Edward. However, a guerrilla war broke out and William Wallace, the Scottish leader, defeated the English at Stirling Bridge in 1297. Wallace was finally captured and executed in 1305. Edward died in 1307, when he was about to start another campaign against the Scots and their leader, Robert Bruce. *Tompsett adds: *In the Barons war 1264-67 he defeated the Barons at Evesham (1265) as King he is noted for encouraging Parliamentary institutions at the expense of feudalism and for subduing Wales on which he imposed the English system of administration. He later tried to assert his authority over Scotland and died while on his way to fight Robert Bruce

Children of Edward I17 Longshanks King of England and Princess Eleanor of Castile (see #76583) were as follows:

·                  i. Eleanor16; born 17 Jun 1264 at Windsor Castle, Berkshire; married an unknown person 15 Aug 1282; married an unknown person 20 Sep 1293; died 12 Oct 1297 at Ghent, Flanders, at age 33.

·                  ii. John; born 10 Jul 1266 at Windsor Castle, Berkshire; died 1 Aug 1272 at age 6.

·                  iii. Henry; born 1268; died 14 Aug 1274.

·                  38291. iv. Joan of Acre.

·                  v. Alfonso; born 24 Nov 1273; died 19 Aug 1284 at age 10.

·                  vi. Margaret; born 11 Sep 1275; married an unknown person 9 Jul 1290; died 1318.

·                  vii. Mary; born 22 Apr 1279; died circa 1332.

·                  viii. Elizabeth; born 7 Aug 1282 at Rhuddlan Castle, Rhuddlan, Carnarvon, Wales; married an unknown person between 18 Jan 1296 and 1297 at Ipswich, Suffolk; married an unknown person 14 Nov 1302 at Westminster Abbey, London; died 5 May 1316 at Quendon, Essex, at age 33; buried 23 May 1316 at Walden Abbey, Hertfordshire.

She http://sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/bullar.htm#RBullar * Edward I, King of England *Edward I, King of England 1272-1307 (b. Jun. 16 or 17, 1239; d. Jul. 7, 1307) married Oct. 18, 1254 Eleanor of Castile (d. Nov. 28, 1290), daughter of St. Fernando II, King of Castile and Leon. He married second Sep. 8, 1299 Margarite, daughter of King Philip II of France. King Edward and Eleanor were parents of Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet (b. Aug. 1282; d. May 5, 1316) married second 14 Nov 1302 Humphrey de \Bohun\ VIII (b. 1276; d. Mar. 16, 1331/2), Earl of Hereford and Essex. Line continued below. *Very extensive ancestral 'trees' are available for Sir Hugh de \Courtenay\, Humphrey de \Bohun\, Reynold Fitz Piers, and Elizabeth, daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. For example, refer to: * Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, Seventh Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, 1950-1992 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, 1928, reprinted 1984 Royalty for Commoners, Second Edition, by Roderick W. Stuart, 1988-1992 Descents From Antiquity, 1986, and other publications of The Augustan Society, Inc. **Plantagenet *EDWARD THE FIRST, King of England, France, and Ireland, eldest son of King Henry III, and Eleanor of Provence his Queen. Born at Westminster 17 June 1239, succeeded 1272, crowned 18 August 1274; died 7 July 1307, and was buried in Westminster Abbey. Married first Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., King of Castile, and Joanna his second wife, October 1254, at the Monastery of Las Huelgas in Spain. She died at Harby, near Lincoln, November 1290, and was buried in Westminster Abbey 16 January following. The King married secondly Margaret, daughter of Philip III, of France. *Harby (formerly spelled Herdeby and Hardeby) is in Nottinghamshire, about six miles from Lincoln, and is not to be confused with the place of the same name in Leicestershire on the borders of Nottinghamshire. Queen Eleanor died at the former on 20 or 27 November, being seized with autumnal fever at the house of Richard de Weston. Her viscera were buried in the Lady Chapel of Lincoln Minster, where an alter cenotaph was erected recording the circumstance. The first of the Eleanor crosses erected by King Edward to mark the places at which her body rested on the way to Westminster Abbey was at Lincoln. From nine to fifteen (according to different authorities) of these crosses were erected, but only those at Geddinton, Northampton, and Waltham remain. *His youngest daughter by his first marriage was *1. de \Bohun\ *LADY ELIZABETH PLANTEGENET (called 'the Welshwoman'). Born at Rhuddlan, co. Flint, 1282; died 5 May 1316, and was buried at Walden Abbey. Married first John, Count of Holland, 1297, by whom she had no issue. Married secondly, 25 November 1302, Humphrey de \Bohun\, fourth Earl of Hereford and third Earl of Essex, Hereditary Lord High Constable of England, eldest son of Humphrey de Bohum and Maude his wife. Born 1276. Slain in Battle of Boroughbridge 16 March 1321-2. Buried in the Church of Friars Preachers (Dominican) at York. *Lady Elizabeth Plantagenet was third daughter according to George's 'Genealogical Tables,' sixth daughter according to Doyle's 'Official Baronage' )vol. ii, p. 163), and fifth or seventh daughter according to other authorities. Anderson's 'Genealogical Tables' and Sandford's 'Genealogical History of the Kings of England' give the year 1284 as that of her birth, but Professor Tout, the author of the account of her father in the 'English Statesman' series, gives 1282. *The second and youngest daughter of Lady Elizabeth Plantagenet by her second husband Humphrey de \Bohun\ was *2. Courtenay *MARGARET de \Bohun\, who died 16 December 1391, and was buried in Exeter Cathedral. Inquisitio post mortem 15 Richard II., No., 16. Her will dated 28 January 1390; proved P.C.C. 1391. Married 11 August 1325 Hugh Courtenay, second Earl of Devon and Lord Courtenay of Okehampton, second son of Hugh Courtenay, first Earl of Devon, and Agnes his wife. He was born 12 July 1308 and died 2 May 1377. Buried in Exeter Cathedral. Inquisitio post mortem I Richard II., No. 12. Their third son was *3. Courtenay *EDWARD COURTENAY of Godlington, who died in his father's lifetime (1372), and was buried at Sheviock, co., Cornwall. Named in Inquisition taken at death of his brother Sir Peter Courtenay. Married Emeline, daughter and heiress of Sir John Dawnay, Knight. She was buried at Sheviock. Inquisitio post mortem 45 Edward III., No. 15. Their second son was **Their fourth daughter and ultimate heiress was *6. Trethurffe *ELIZABETH, who was named in the will of her brother the Earl of Devon. She married John Trethurffe of Trethurffe in Lanrake, co. Cornwall, son of Reginald Trethurffe and Margaret his wife, who was daughter and coheiress of John St. Aubyn. He died 20 June 1510. Inquisitio post mortem 3 Henry VIII., No. 12. Their eldest son was *7. Trethurffe *THOMAS TRETHURFFE, who was aged 33 years at the death of his father. He died 10 September 1529. Inquisitio post mortem 24 Henry VIII., No. 101. He married Mary, daughter and sole heir of . . . . Trevisa of Trevisa, co. Cornwall. Their second and younger daughter and coheir was *8. Buller *MARGARET, who ws aged 26 years at date of father's death. She was living a widow anno 3 and 4 Philip and Mary, and died 28 June 1576. Inquisitio post mortem 18 Queen Elizabeth, Part I., No. 22. She married first John Boscawen of Tregothnan, co. Cornwall, who died 15 February 1524; secondly Edward Courtenay of Lanrake, co. Cornwall; and thirdly Richard Buller of Shillingham in the parish of St. Stephen-juxta-Saltash, and of Tregarrick in the parish of Pelynt, both in co. Cornwall, second son of Alexander Buller of Lillesdon, co. Somerset, and Elizabeth his second wife, daughter of Sir John Horsey, Knight. Named in Inquisition taken on death of his father. He died 9 December 1555. Inquisitio post mortem 24 April 2 and 3 Philip and Mary, 1556, Part I., No. 5, which recites his will, dated November 1555. Her second son by Richard Buller was *9. Buller *FRANCIS BULLER of Shillingham and Tregarrick, who was aged 10 at the death of his father. Died 27 September 1616. Buried at the Church of Pelynt. Inquisitio post mortem 14 James I., W. and L. B. 27, No. 118. Will dated 10 May 1615; proved 26 October following. He married Thomasine, daughter of Thomas Williams of Stowford in the parish of Harford, co. Devon, and of the Inner Temple, London, Esquire, representative for the City of Exeter in the first and second Parliaments of Queen Elizabeth and Speaker of the House of Commons, by Emelyn his wife, daughter and coheiress of William Crewse of Chymley, co. Devon, Esquire. She was buried at St. Stephen's by Saltash 29 October 1627. Their eldest son was *10. Buller *SIR RICHARD BULLER of Shillingham, Knight. Aged 37 at his father's death. Knighted 13 June 1608. M.P. for and Sheriff of Cornwall 1637. Buried at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 1 December 1642. Will dated 30 March 1640; proved 1 March 1646. He married Alice, daughter and at length coheiress of Sir Rowland Hayward, Knight (Alderman of the City of London and Lord Mayor in 1570, when he was knighted), by Catherine his second wife, daughter of Thomas Smith. Lady Buller was also coheiress of her brother Sir John Hayward. Living in 1647, and executrix of her husband's will. *See Buller pedigree, recorded at College of Arms. General the Right Honourable Sir Redvers Henry Buller, G.C.B., V.C., is descended from the above-named Sir Richard Buller, the descent being as follows: - (11) Francis Buller, 1603-1677; (12) John Buller, died 1715; (13) John Buller, died 1700); (14) John Francis Buller, died 1751); (15) James Buller, died 1765; (16) James Buller, died 1772; (17) James Buller, 1765-1827; (18) James Wentworth Buller, died 1865; (19) Sir Redvers Henry Buller, born 7 December 1839. The Right Honourable Albert Edmund, third Earl of Morley, is descended from the above-named John Buller (12), who died in 1715, the descent being as follows: - (13) Anne Buller (died 1726-7), married George Parker, died 1743; (14) John Parker, 1703-1768; (15) John Parker, created baron Boringdon, died 1788; (16) John Parker, created Viscount Boringdon and Earl of Morley, 1772-1840; (17) Edmund Parker, second Earl, 1810-1864; (18) Albert Edmund Parker, third Earl, born 1843. Alice Buller was seventh in descent from Thomas Chicheley of Higham Ferrars, co. Northampton, the father of Henry Chicheley, Archbishop of Caterbury and Founder of All Souls' College, Oxford, the descent being as follows: - (1) Sir Robert Chicheley; (2) Philippa Chiche; (3) Margaret Judde; (4) Sir Andrew Judde (Lord Mayor of London); (5) Alice Smythe; (6) Catherine Hayward; (7) Alice Buller. *The eldest daughter of Sir Richard Buller was *11. Parker *KATHERINE, who died 1686, aged 86, and was buried at Warleggan, co. Cornwall. Her will dated 23 April 1686; proved in the Archeaconry Court of Cornwall at Bodmin 25 June following. Her marriage settlement was dated 18 December, and she was married at St. Stephen's by Saltash 31 December 1616 to James Parker of Trengoff in Warleggan, and of Blisland, both in co. Cornwall, Gentleman, eldest son and heir of the Venerable William Parker of the same places, D.D., Rector of Blisland 1601 and Archdeacon of Cornwall 1616, by Joan his wife, daughter of . . . . Panchard. Aged 30 in 1620. Buried at Warleggan 1672. *See Parker Pedigree, recorded at College of Arms. * They had a daughter named *12. Fathers *CORDELIA, who was baptized at Warleggan 15 December 1631. She was granted adm'on (Arch. Court of Cornwall) 17 September 1673 of the goods of her son John Fathers. She was buried at St. Stephen's by Saltash 20 September 1689. Married at St. Stephen's by Saltash 19 May 1651 to the Rev. John Fathers, Clerk in Holy Orders. He matriculated (Wadham College) Oxford 17 November 1616, aged 17, and was described as of Somerset, pleb. fil.; B.A. 26 July 1617; M.A. 18 May 1620. Instituted Vicar of St. Stephen's by Saltash 27 August 1620. Appointed Rector of Stoke Climsland, co. Cornwall, by an Ordinance of the Long Parliament passed 16 April 1646, and ejected therefrom for nonconformity 24 August 1662. Buried at Landulph, co. Cornwall, 30 May 1670. Will dated 13 September 1665; proved at Exeter 29 October 1670; and adm'on de bonis non granted at Bodmin to widow 10 February 1673-4. *[Cordelia was sister to Richard PARKER, Chirurgeon, immigrant to Virginiaix. Edward II; buried at Gloucester Cathedral; born 25 Apr 1284 at Caernarvon Castle, Wales; married Isabella of France (--?--) between 28 Jan 1307 and 1308 at Bolougne Cathedral; died 21 Sep 1327 at murdered at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, at age 43.

He <img src='http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~floyer/jpegs/05769.jpg' align='right' width='206' height='227' hspace=5 alt='Edward II'> Edward II (1307-27 AD) Born: 25th April 1284 at Caernarfon Castle, Gwynedd Murdered: 21st September 1327 at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire Buried: St. Peter's Abbey (Gloucester Cathedral), Gloucester, Gloucestershire Parents: Edward I and Eleanor of Castile Siblings: Eleanor, Joan, John, Henry, Julian (alias Katherine), Joan, Alfonso, Margaret, Berengaria, Mary, Alice, Elizabeth, Beatrice & Blanche *Crowned: 25th February 1308 at Westminster Abbey, Middlesex Abdicated: 25th January 1327 Married: 25th January 1308 at Boulogne Cathedral Spouse: Isabella daughter of Philip IV, King of France Offspring: Edward, John, Eleanor & Joan *Edward II lacked the royal dignity of his father and failed miserably as king. He inherited his father's war with Scotland and displayed his ineptitude as a soldier. Disgruntled barons, already wary of Edward as Prince of Wales, sought to check his power from the beginning of his reign. He raised the ire of the nobility by lavishing money and other rewards upon his male favourites. Such extreme unpopularity would eventually cost Edward his life. *Edward I's dream of a unified British nation quickly disintegrated under his weak son. Baronial rebellion opened the way for Robert Bruce to reconquer much of Scotland. In 1314, Bruce defeated English forces at the battle of Bannockburn and ensured Scottish independence until the union of England and Scotland in 1707. Bruce also incited rebellion in Ireland and reduced English influence to the confines of the Pale. *Edward's preference for surrounding himself with outsiders harkened back to the troubled reign of Henry III. The most notable was Piers Gaveston, a young Gascon exiled by Edward I for his undue influence on the Prince of Wales and, most likely, the king's homosexual lover. The arrogant and licentious Gaveston wielded considerable power after being recalled by Edward. The magnates, alienated by the relationship, rallied in opposition behind the king's cousin, Thomas, Earl of Lancaster; the Parliaments of 1310 and 1311 imposed restrictions on Edward's power and exiled Gaveston. The barons revolted in 1312 and Gaveston was murdered - full rebellion was avoided only by Edward's acceptance of further restrictions. Although Lancaster shared the responsibilities of governing with Edward, the king came under the influence of yet another despicable favourite, Hugh Despenser. In 1322, Edward showed a rare display of resolve and gathered an army to meet Lancaster at the Battle of Boroughbridge in Yorkshire. Edward prevailed and executed Lancaster. He and Despenser ruled the government but again acquired many enemies - 28 knights and barons were executed for rebelling and many exiled. *Edward sent his queen, Isabella, to negotiate with her brother, French king Charles IV, regarding affairs in Gascony. She fell into an open romance with Roger Mortimer, one of Edward's disaffected barons, and persuaded Edward to send their young son to France. The rebellious couple invaded England in 1326 and imprisoned Edward. The king was deposed in 1327, replaced by his son, Edward III, and murdered in September at Berkeley castle. *Sir Richard Baker, in reference to Edward I in A Chronicle of the Kings of England, makes a strong indictment against Edward II: 'His great unfortunateness was in his greatest blessing; for of four sons which he had by his Queen Eleanor, three of them died in his own lifetime, who were worthy to have outlived him; and the fourth outlived him, who was worthy never to have been born.' *http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/mon31.html.

76583. Princess Eleanor of17 Castile (Ferdinand Castile and Leon, #153166) was buried at Westminster Abbey. She was buried at Westminster Abbey. She was born circa 1244 at Castile, Spain. She was born circa 1244 at Castile, Spain. She was born circa 1244 at Castile, Spain; Countess of Ponthieu. She married Edward I Longshanks King of England (see #76582) on 18 Oct 1254 at Abbey of Las Huelgas, Burgos, Castile. She married King Edward I "Longshanks" (--?--), son of King Henry III (--?--) and Eleanor of Provence, on 18 Oct 1254 at Abbey of Los Huelgas, Burgos, Castile, Spain. She married Edward I Longshanks King of England on 18 Oct 1254 at Abbey of Las Huelgas, Burgos, Castile. She died on 28 Nov 1290 at Herdeby, Lincolnshire. She died on 28 Nov 1290 at Herdeby, Lincolnshire. She died on 29 Nov 1290 at Gerdeby, Lincolnshire, Spaaain.

 

76584. William de17 Ferrers was born in 1240. He married Anne Le Despencer (see #76585), daughter of Sir Hugh Le Despencer and Aliva Basset, circa 1262. He died before 20 Dec 1287.

Children of William de17 Ferrers and Anne Le Despencer (see #76585) were as follows:

·                  i. Anne de16; born circa 1268; born circa 1268; married an unknown person circa 1285; married an unknown person circa 1285; died circa 1323; died circa 1323.

·                  38292. ii. William de.

76585. Anne Le17 Despencer (Sir, #76548) was born circa 1248 at of Loughborough, Leicestershire. She married William de Ferrers (see #76584) circa 1262.

76588. Theobald de17 Verdon was born in 1248. He married Margery (--?--) (see #76589) circa 1276. He died on 24 Aug 1309 at Alton, Staffordshire. He was buried on 13 Oct 1309 at Croxden Abbey, Staffordshire.

 

Children of Theobald de17 Verdon and Margery (--?--) (see #76589) were:

·                  38294. i. Theobald de16.

76589. Margery17 (--?--) married Theobald de Verdon (see #76588) circa 1276.

 

76590 . Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de17 Clare (Richard, #76580) (see #38290 )

76591 . Joan of Acre17 Plantagenet (Edward Longshanks, #76582) (see #38291 )

76592. Robert17 Burghersh was born in 1256 at Burghersh, Sussex. He died in 1306.

Children of Robert17 Burghersh and an unknown spouse were:

·                  38296. i. Stephen16.

76596. Theobald de17 Verdon was born in 1248. He married Margery (--?--) (see #76589) circa 1276. He died on 24 Aug 1309 at Alton, Staffordshire. He was buried on 13 Oct 1309 at Croxden Abbey, Staffordshire.

Children of Theobald de17 Verdon and Margery (--?--) (see #76589) were:

·                  38294. i. Theobald de16.

76597. Margery17 (--?--) married Theobald de Verdon (see #76588) circa 1276.

 

76598. Edmund de17 Mortimer (Roger, #76792) was born in 1252. He married Margaret de Fiennes (see #38397), daughter of William II de Fiennes and Blanche de Brienne, circa 1285. He died on 17 Jul 1304 at Wigmore, Herefordshire.

Children of Edmund de17 Mortimer and Margaret de Fiennes (see #38397) were as follows:

·                  i. .Edmund16

·                  ii. .Joan

·                  iii. .Elizabeth

·                  iv. .Hugh

·                  v. .Walter Source

·                  38389. vi. Isolde de.

·                  38299. vii. Matilda de.

·                  19198. viii. Roger de.

76599. Margaret de17 Fiennes (William, #76794) married Edmund de Mortimer (see #38396), son of Roger de Mortimer and Maud de Braose, circa 1285. She died between 7 Feb 1333 and 1334.

76608. Geffery17 Dinan was born circa 1200. He died on 26 Dec 1258.

Children of Geffery17 Dinan and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  38304. i. Oliver16.

·                  ii. Joanna; buried at Grey Friar's Church, Bodmin, Cornwall, England; born circa 1244 at Of Hertland, Devonshire, Engl; married an unknown person circa 1266 at Hertland, Devonshire, England; married an unknown person circa 1266; died between 1299 and 1329.

She John Young's research indicates that Joanne Dinan, dau. of Geffery Dinan, is the same as Joanna Dinham, wife of Roger Carminow. She Source:

76610. Hugh de17 Vere was born circa 1210. He married Hawise de Quincy (see #76611) in 1222. He died before 23 Dec 1263.

Children of Hugh de17 Vere and Hawise de Quincy (see #76611) were as follows:

·                  i. .Richard

·                  ii. Robert de; died 1296.

·                  iii. .Aubrey

·                  iv. .Lora de According to Burke's 105th, Lora, or Laura, belongs in the previous generation. She may be the 5th Earl of Oxford's sister, rather than his daughter, but with so many Robert de \Vere\s, who can tell?

·                  v. .Margaret

·                  vi. .Maud de Source:

·                  38305. vii. Isabelle de.

76611. Hawise de17 Quincy was born circa 1178 at of Winchester, Hampshire. She married Hugh de Vere (see #76610) in 1222. She died between 11 Feb 1222 and 1223.

76624. John de17 Courtenay was buried at Ford Abbey, Dorset. He died on 3 May 1273.

Children of John de17 Courtenay and Isabelle de Vere (see #38305) were:

·                  38312. i. Sir Hugh de16.

76625 . Isabelle de17 Vere (Hugh, #76610) (see #38305 )

76626. Sir Hugh Le17 Despencer was buried at Evesham Abbey, Worcestershire. He was born before 1223 at of Loughborough, Leicestershire. He married Aliva Basset (see #76549) in 1260. He died on 4 Aug 1265 at Battle of Evesham, Worcestershire.

Children of Sir Hugh Le17 Despencer and Aliva Basset (see #76549) were as follows:

·                  38274. i. Hugh Le16.

·                  76585. ii. Anne Le.

·                  38313. iii. Eleanor Le.

76627. Aliva17 Basset was born before 1236. She married Sir Hugh Le Despencer (see #76548) in 1260. She married Roger Bigod after 1265. She died on 11 Apr 1281.

76628. Robert17 St. John was born circa 1199. He was born circa 1199. He died between Mar 1266 and 1267. He died between Mar 1266 and 1267.

Children of Robert17 St. John and Agnes de Cantilupe (see #76629) were as follows:

·                  38314. i. John Lord16.

·                  ii. John Lord; born circa 1225; married Alice Fitzpiers, daughter of Reginald Fitzpiers and Alice (--?--), Jun 1256; died 29 Sep 1302.

76629. Agnes de17 Cantilupe was born circa 1202 at Of, Kenilworth Castle, Warws., England. She was born circa 1202 at Of, Kenilworth Castle, Warws., England. She married John Turville before 4 Jun 1271. She married John Turville before 4 Jun 1271.

76630. Reginald17 Fitzpiers was born circa 1208 at Of Basing, Hampshire. He was born circa 1208 at Of Basing, Hampshire.

Children of Reginald17 Fitzpiers and Alice (--?--) (see #76631) were:

·                  38315. i. Alice16.

.

76631.

76632. Roger de17 Moles was born circa 1233 at Of King's Carswell Manor, Devonshire, England. He was born circa 1233 at Of King's Carswell Manor, Devonshire, England. He married Alice de Preux (see #76633) circa 1268 at Of Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. He married Alice de Preux circa 1268 at Of Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. He died in 1294. He died in 1294.

Children of Roger de17 Moles and Alice de Preux (see #76633) were as follows:

·                  i. Roger de16; born circa 1192 at Of Somerset, England; born circa 1192 at Of Somerset, England; died 1286; died 1286.

·                  38316. ii. John de.

76633. Alice de17 Preux was born circa 1237 at Of Devonshire, England. She was born circa 1237 at Of Devonshire, England. She married Roger de Moles (see #76632) circa 1268 at Of Mapperton, Somersetshire, England. She married Roger de Moles circa 1268 at Of Mapperton, Somersetshire, England.

76636. Hugh17 Lovel died in 1291.

Children of Hugh17 Lovel and Alianore (--?--) (see #76637) were:

·                  38318. i. Sir Richard16.

.

76637. Alianore17 (--?--)

.

76638. John17 Children of John17 Soulis and an unknown spouse were:

·                  38319. i. Muriel16.

76672. Robert de17 Morley was buried at Prussia.

Children of Robert de17 Morley and an unknown spouse were:

·                  38336. i. William de16.

76676. John17 Marshal was born in 1257. He was born in 1257. He died before 4 Dec 1282. He died before 4 Dec 1282.

He was also known as John Marshal. He Grandson of Aline de Rye Le Mareschal. Inherited the barony of Hockering in the County of Norfolk, England from his grandmother, Aline De Ria Le Mareschal, as both his uncle John (dsp) and father William died before their mother, who held the barony. He Grandson of Aline de Rye Le Mareschal. Inherited the barony of Hockering in the County of Norfolk, England from his grandmother, Aline De Ria Le Mareschal, as both his uncle John (dsp) and father William died before their mother, who held the barony. Children of John17 Marshal and Hawise (--?--) (see #76677) were:

·                  38338. i. William16.

.

76677. Hawise17 (--?--)

76678. Sir Robert17 Fitz-Walter died in 1325.

Children of Sir Robert17 Fitz-Walter and Dervorguille de Burgh (see #76679) were:

·                  38339. i. Christian16.

76679. Dervorguille de17 Burgh died in 1284.

76768. Robert de17 Stafford died in 1261.

Children of Robert de17 Stafford and Alice CORBET (see #76769) were:

·                  38384. i. Nicholas de16.

.

76769. Alice17 CORBET

76772. Ralph17 Basset was born in 1215 at of Drayton Basset, Staffordshire. He married Margaret de Somery (see #76773) circa 1245. He died on 4 Aug 1265 at Battle of Evesham, Worcestershire.

Children of Ralph17 Basset and Margaret de Somery (see #76773) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Roger16 Source: 38386. ii. Sir Ralph.

·                  iii. Maud; born circa 1264; married an unknown person circa 1289; married an unknown person circa 1289.

76773. Margaret de17 Somery was born circa 1229. She married Ralph Basset (see #76772) circa 1245. She died on 18 Jun 1293.

76774. John de17 Grey was born circa 1205 at of Shirland, Derbyshire. He married Emma de Cauz circa 1232. He married Joan (--?--) (see #76775) on 17 Oct 1251 at London, Middlesex. He died between Mar 1264 and 1265.

Children of John de17 Grey and Joan (--?--) (see #76775) were:

·                  38387. i. Helvesa16.

76775. Joan17 (--?--) married John de Grey (see #76774) on 17 Oct 1251 at London, Middlesex.

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76776. James17 Aldithley was born in 1225 at Heleigh, Staffordshire. He was born in 1225 at Heleigh, Staffordshire. He married Ela Longespee (see #76777) in 1244. He married Ela Longespee in 1244. He died circa 11 Jun 1272 at Ireland. He died circa 11 Jun 1272 at Ireland.

Children of James17 Aldithley and Ela Longespee (see #76777) were:

·                  38388. i. Hugh16.

76777. Ela17 Longespee married James Aldithley (see #76776) in 1244. She died on 22 Nov 1299.

 

76778. Edmund de17 Mortimer (Roger, #76792) was born in 1252. He married Margaret de Fiennes (see #38397), daughter of William II de Fiennes and Blanche de Brienne, circa 1285. He died on 17 Jul 1304 at Wigmore, Herefordshire.

Children of Edmund de17 Mortimer and Margaret de Fiennes (see #38397) were as follows:

·                  i. .Edmund16

·                  ii. .Joan Source

·                  iii. . iv. .Hugh .

·                  v. .Walter Source:

·                  38389. vi. Isolde de.

·                  38299. vii. Matilda de.

·                  19198. viii. Roger de.

76779. Margaret de17 Fiennes (William, #76794) married Edmund de Mortimer (see #38396), son of Roger de Mortimer and Maud de Braose, circa 1285. She died between 7 Feb 1333 and 1334.

 

76780. Richard de17 Clare was born on 4 Aug 1222 at Gloucestershire. He married Margaret Burgh circa Sep 1236 at St. Edmund's, Wexford, Ireland. He married Maud de Lacy (see #76581) between 26 Jan 1237 and 1238. He died on 15 Jul 1262 at Ashenfield Manor, Waltham, Kent, at age 39. He was buried on 28 Jul 1262 at Tewkesbury, Gloucester.

He was also known as 6th Earl of Hertford. He 'It is reported of this nobleman, that being at Tewkesbury, in the 45th Henry III., a Jew, who had fallen into a jakes upon the Saturday, refusing to be pulled out in reverence to the Jewish sabbath, his lordship prohibited any help to be afforded to him on the next day, Sunday, the Christian sabbath, and thus suffered the unfortunate Israelite to perish. He d. himself in the July of the next year (1262), having been poisoned at the table of Peter de Savoy, the queen's uncle, along with Baldwin, Earl of Devon, and other persons of note.' *Burke's Dormant and Extinct, p 119. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MEN Divorce. Source Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _FA1 in 1243.

Children of Richard de17 Clare and Maud de Lacy (see #76581) were as follows:

·                  i. Isabel de16; born May 1240; born May 1240; married an unknown person Jun 1257 at Lyons, France; married an unknown person Jun 1257 at Lyons, France; died 1271; died 1271.

·                  38290. ii. Gilbert ' the Red Earl' de.

·                  iii. Thomas de; born circa 1248 at Tonbridge, Kent; died 29 Aug 1287 at Thomond, Connaught, County Clare, Ireland.

·                  iv. Margaret de; born 1249; married an unknown person 6 Oct 1272 at Ruislip Chapel, Middlesex; died 1312.

·                  v. Rohese de; born circa 1254; born circa 1254.

76781. Maud de17 Lacy died BEF. 10 MAR 1288 89. She was born circa 1223. She married Richard de Clare (see #76580) between 26 Jan 1237 and 1238.

76782. Edward I17 Longshanks King of England was buried at Beaulieu Abbey, Hampshire. He was born on 17 Jun 1239 at Westminster Palace, London. He married Princess Eleanor of Castile (see #76583), daughter of King Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon and Countess Johanna Ponthieu, on 18 Oct 1254 at Abbey of Las Huelgas, Burgos, Castile. He married Margaret (--?--) on 8 Sep 1299 at Canterbury. He died on 7 Jul 1307 at Burgh-on-the-Sands, Carlisle, at age 68.

He <img src='http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~floyer/jpegs/01697.jpg' align='right' width='148' height='198' alt='Edward I'> Edward I *Edward I (1272-1307), who succeeded his father, was an able administrator and law-maker. He re-established royal power, investigating many of the abuses resulting from weak royal government and issuing new laws. Edward was an effective soldier, gaining experience from going on crusade to Syria before he became king. In 1277 Edward invaded Wales where Llewelyn ap Gruffydd, prince of Wales, had built up considerable power. In a series of campaigns Edward gained control of Wales, building strong castles to secure his conquests. Llewelyn was subdued before his death, by the 1277 treaty of Conway. In 1284, the Statute of Wales brought Wales under Edward's rule. In 1301, he created his eldest surviving son, Edward, the first English Prince of Wales. *Wanting to unite the country behind him and to raise money for his campaigns in Wales and Scotland (including another war in France in 1293), in 1295 the king called what became known as the 'Model Parliament'. To this he summoned not only the aristocracy, bishops and abbots, but also the knights of the shires, burgesses from the towns and junior clergy. (Although resembling Parliament in approximately its modern form, for most of the middle ages a parliament meant primarily the king and the lords, with the commons meeting separately. Under pressures of war, and the subsequent need for extraordinary taxation, parliament became a regular feature of royal rule, and his system of representation subsequently became more usual.) *In 1296 Edward invaded Scotland, successfully seizing the Stone of Scone; the king John Balliol abdicated and surrendered to Edward. However, a guerrilla war broke out and William Wallace, the Scottish leader, defeated the English at Stirling Bridge in 1297. Wallace was finally captured and executed in 1305. Edward died in 1307, when he was about to start another campaign against the Scots and their leader, Robert Bruce. *Tompsett adds: *In the Barons war 1264-67 he defeated the Barons at Evesham (1265) as King he is noted for encouraging Parliamentary institutions at the expense of feudalism and for subduing Wales on which he imposed the English system of administration. He later tried to assert his authority over Scotland and died while on his way to fight Robert Bruce. Source Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _FA1 between 1272 and 1307 at King of England.

Children of Edward I17 Longshanks King of England and Princess Eleanor of Castile (see #76583) were as follows:

·                  i. Eleanor16; born 17 Jun 1264 at Windsor Castle, Berkshire; married an unknown person 15 Aug 1282; married an unknown person 20 Sep 1293; died 12 Oct 1297 at Ghent, Flanders, at age 33.

·                  ii. John; born 10 Jul 1266 at Windsor Castle, Berkshire; died 1 Aug 1272 at age 6.

·                  iii. Henry; born 1268; died 14 Aug 1274.

·                  38291. iv. Joan of Acre.

·                  v. Alfonso; born 24 Nov 1273; died 19 Aug 1284 at age 10.

·                  vi. Margaret; born 11 Sep 1275; married an unknown person 9 Jul 1290; died 1318.

·                  vii. Mary; born 22 Apr 1279; died circa 1332.

·                  viii. Elizabeth; born 7 Aug 1282 at Rhuddlan Castle, Rhuddlan, Carnarvon, Wales; married an unknown person between 18 Jan 1296 and 1297 at Ipswich, Suffolk; married an unknown person 14 Nov 1302 at Westminster Abbey, London; died 5 May 1316 at Quendon, Essex, at age 33; buried 23 May 1316 at Walden Abbey, Hertfordshire.

She http://sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/bullar.htm#RBullar * Edward I, King of England *Edward I, King of England 1272-1307 (b. Jun. 16 or 17, 1239; d. Jul. 7, 1307) married Oct. 18, 1254 Eleanor of Castile (d. Nov. 28, 1290), daughter of St. Fernando II, King of Castile and Leon. He married second Sep. 8, 1299 Margarite, daughter of King Philip II of France. King Edward and Eleanor were parents of Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet (b. Aug. 1282; d. May 5, 1316) married second 14 Nov 1302 Humphrey de \Bohun\ VIII (b. 1276; d. Mar. 16, 1331/2), Earl of Hereford and Essex. Line continued below. *Very extensive ancestral 'trees' are available for Sir Hugh de \Courtenay\, Humphrey de \Bohun\, Reynold Fitz Piers, and Elizabeth, daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. For example, refer to: * Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, Seventh Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, 1950-1992 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by Lt.-Col. W. H. Turton, 1928, reprinted 1984 Royalty for Commoners, Second Edition, by Roderick W. Stuart, 1988-1992 Descents From Antiquity, 1986, and other publications of The Augustan Society, Inc. **Plantagenet *EDWARD THE FIRST, King of England, France, and Ireland, eldest son of King Henry III, and Eleanor of Provence his Queen. Born at Westminster 17 June 1239, succeeded 1272, crowned 18 August 1274; died 7 July 1307, and was buried in Westminster Abbey. Married first Eleanor, daughter of Ferdinand III., King of Castile, and Joanna his second wife, October 1254, at the Monastery of Las Huelgas in Spain. She died at Harby, near Lincoln, November 1290, and was buried in Westminster Abbey 16 January following. The King married secondly Margaret, daughter of Philip III, of France. *Harby (formerly spelled Herdeby and Hardeby) is in Nottinghamshire, about six miles from Lincoln, and is not to be confused with the place of the same name in Leicestershire on the borders of Nottinghamshire. Queen Eleanor died at the former on 20 or 27 November, being seized with autumnal fever at the house of Richard de Weston. Her viscera were buried in the Lady Chapel of Lincoln Minster, where an alter cenotaph was erected recording the circumstance. The first of the Eleanor crosses erected by King Edward to mark the places at which her body rested on the way to Westminster Abbey was at Lincoln. From nine to fifteen (according to different authorities) of these crosses were erected, but only those at Geddinton, Northampton, and Waltham remain. *His youngest daughter by his first marriage was *1. de \Bohun\ *LADY ELIZABETH PLANTEGENET (called 'the Welshwoman'). Born at Rhuddlan, co. Flint, 1282; died 5 May 1316, and was buried at Walden Abbey. Married first John, Count of Holland, 1297, by whom she had no issue. Married secondly, 25 November 1302, Humphrey de \Bohun\, fourth Earl of Hereford and third Earl of Essex, Hereditary Lord High Constable of England, eldest son of Humphrey de Bohum and Maude his wife. Born 1276. Slain in Battle of Boroughbridge 16 March 1321-2. Buried in the Church of Friars Preachers (Dominican) at York. *Lady Elizabeth Plantagenet was third daughter according to George's 'Genealogical Tables,' sixth daughter according to Doyle's 'Official Baronage' )vol. ii, p. 163), and fifth or seventh daughter according to other authorities. Anderson's 'Genealogical Tables' and Sandford's 'Genealogical History of the Kings of England' give the year 1284 as that of her birth, but Professor Tout, the author of the account of her father in the 'English Statesman' series, gives 1282. *The second and youngest daughter of Lady Elizabeth Plantagenet by her second husband Humphrey de \Bohun\ was *2. Courtenay *MARGARET de \Bohun\, who died 16 December 1391, and was buried in Exeter Cathedral. Inquisitio post mortem 15 Richard II., No., 16. Her will dated 28 January 1390; proved P.C.C. 1391. Married 11 August 1325 Hugh Courtenay, second Earl of Devon and Lord Courtenay of Okehampton, second son of Hugh Courtenay, first Earl of Devon, and Agnes his wife. He was born 12 July 1308 and died 2 May 1377. Buried in Exeter Cathedral. Inquisitio post mortem I Richard II., No. 12. Their third son was *3. Courtenay *EDWARD COURTENAY of Godlington, who died in his father's lifetime (1372), and was buried at Sheviock, co., Cornwall. Named in Inquisition taken at death of his brother Sir Peter Courtenay. Married Emeline, daughter and heiress of Sir John Dawnay, Knight. She was buried at Sheviock. Inquisitio post mortem 45 Edward III., No. 15. Their second son was **Their fourth daughter and ultimate heiress was *6. Trethurffe *ELIZABETH, who was named in the will of her brother the Earl of Devon. She married John Trethurffe of Trethurffe in Lanrake, co. Cornwall, son of Reginald Trethurffe and Margaret his wife, who was daughter and coheiress of John St. Aubyn. He died 20 June 1510. Inquisitio post mortem 3 Henry VIII., No. 12. Their eldest son was *7. Trethurffe *THOMAS TRETHURFFE, who was aged 33 years at the death of his father. He died 10 September 1529. Inquisitio post mortem 24 Henry VIII., No. 101. He married Mary, daughter and sole heir of . . . . Trevisa of Trevisa, co. Cornwall. Their second and younger daughter and coheir was *8. Buller *MARGARET, who ws aged 26 years at date of father's death. She was living a widow anno 3 and 4 Philip and Mary, and died 28 June 1576. Inquisitio post mortem 18 Queen Elizabeth, Part I., No. 22. She married first John Boscawen of Tregothnan, co. Cornwall, who died 15 February 1524; secondly Edward Courtenay of Lanrake, co. Cornwall; and thirdly Richard Buller of Shillingham in the parish of St. Stephen-juxta-Saltash, and of Tregarrick in the parish of Pelynt, both in co. Cornwall, second son of Alexander Buller of Lillesdon, co. Somerset, and Elizabeth his second wife, daughter of Sir John Horsey, Knight. Named in Inquisition taken on death of his father. He died 9 December 1555. Inquisitio post mortem 24 April 2 and 3 Philip and Mary, 1556, Part I., No. 5, which recites his will, dated November 1555. Her second son by Richard Buller was *9. Buller *FRANCIS BULLER of Shillingham and Tregarrick, who was aged 10 at the death of his father. Died 27 September 1616. Buried at the Church of Pelynt. Inquisitio post mortem 14 James I., W. and L. B. 27, No. 118. Will dated 10 May 1615; proved 26 October following. He married Thomasine, daughter of Thomas Williams of Stowford in the parish of Harford, co. Devon, and of the Inner Temple, London, Esquire, representative for the City of Exeter in the first and second Parliaments of Queen Elizabeth and Speaker of the House of Commons, by Emelyn his wife, daughter and coheiress of William Crewse of Chymley, co. Devon, Esquire. She was buried at St. Stephen's by Saltash 29 October 1627. Their eldest son was *10. Buller *SIR RICHARD BULLER of Shillingham, Knight. Aged 37 at his father's death. Knighted 13 June 1608. M.P. for and Sheriff of Cornwall 1637. Buried at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 1 December 1642. Will dated 30 March 1640; proved 1 March 1646. He married Alice, daughter and at length coheiress of Sir Rowland Hayward, Knight (Alderman of the City of London and Lord Mayor in 1570, when he was knighted), by Catherine his second wife, daughter of Thomas Smith. Lady Buller was also coheiress of her brother Sir John Hayward. Living in 1647, and executrix of her husband's will. *See Buller pedigree, recorded at College of Arms. General the Right Honourable Sir Redvers Henry Buller, G.C.B., V.C., is descended from the above-named Sir Richard Buller, the descent being as follows: - (11) Francis Buller, 1603-1677; (12) John Buller, died 1715; (13) John Buller, died 1700); (14) John Francis Buller, died 1751); (15) James Buller, died 1765; (16) James Buller, died 1772; (17) James Buller, 1765-1827; (18) James Wentworth Buller, died 1865; (19) Sir Redvers Henry Buller, born 7 December 1839. The Right Honourable Albert Edmund, third Earl of Morley, is descended from the above-named John Buller (12), who died in 1715, the descent being as follows: - (13) Anne Buller (died 1726-7), married George Parker, died 1743; (14) John Parker, 1703-1768; (15) John Parker, created baron Boringdon, died 1788; (16) John Parker, created Viscount Boringdon and Earl of Morley, 1772-1840; (17) Edmund Parker, second Earl, 1810-1864; (18) Albert Edmund Parker, third Earl, born 1843. Alice Buller was seventh in descent from Thomas Chicheley of Higham Ferrars, co. Northampton, the father of Henry Chicheley, Archbishop of Caterbury and Founder of All Souls' College, Oxford, the descent being as follows: - (1) Sir Robert Chicheley; (2) Philippa Chiche; (3) Margaret Judde; (4) Sir Andrew Judde (Lord Mayor of London); (5) Alice Smythe; (6) Catherine Hayward; (7) Alice Buller. *The eldest daughter of Sir Richard Buller was *11. Parker *KATHERINE, who died 1686, aged 86, and was buried at Warleggan, co. Cornwall. Her will dated 23 April 1686; proved in the Archeaconry Court of Cornwall at Bodmin 25 June following. Her marriage settlement was dated 18 December, and she was married at St. Stephen's by Saltash 31 December 1616 to James Parker of Trengoff in Warleggan, and of Blisland, both in co. Cornwall, Gentleman, eldest son and heir of the Venerable William Parker of the same places, D.D., Rector of Blisland 1601 and Archdeacon of Cornwall 1616, by Joan his wife, daughter of . . . . Panchard. Aged 30 in 1620. Buried at Warleggan 1672. *See Parker Pedigree, recorded at College of Arms. * They had a daughter named *12. Fathers *CORDELIA, who was baptized at Warleggan 15 December 1631. She was granted adm'on (Arch. Court of Cornwall) 17 September 1673 of the goods of her son John Fathers. She was buried at St. Stephen's by Saltash 20 September 1689. Married at St. Stephen's by Saltash 19 May 1651 to the Rev. John Fathers, Clerk in Holy Orders. He matriculated (Wadham College) Oxford 17 November 1616, aged 17, and was described as of Somerset, pleb. fil.; B.A. 26 July 1617; M.A. 18 May 1620. Instituted Vicar of St. Stephen's by Saltash 27 August 1620. Appointed Rector of Stoke Climsland, co. Cornwall, by an Ordinance of the Long Parliament passed 16 April 1646, and ejected therefrom for nonconformity 24 August 1662. Buried at Landulph, co. Cornwall, 30 May 1670. Will dated 13 September 1665; proved at Exeter 29 October 1670; and adm'on de bonis non granted at Bodmin to widow 10 February 1673-4. *[Cordelia was sister to Richard PARKER, Chirurgeon, immigrant to Virginiaix. Edward II; buried at Gloucester Cathedral; born 25 Apr 1284 at Caernarvon Castle, Wales; married Isabella of France (--?--) between 28 Jan 1307 and 1308 at Bolougne Cathedral; died 21 Sep 1327 at murdered at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, at age 43.

He <img src='http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~floyer/jpegs/05769.jpg' align='right' width='206' height='227' hspace=5 alt='Edward II'> Edward II (1307-27 AD) Born: 25th April 1284 at Caernarfon Castle, Gwynedd Murdered: 21st September 1327 at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire Buried: St. Peter's Abbey (Gloucester Cathedral), Gloucester, Gloucestershire Parents: Edward I and Eleanor of Castile Siblings: Eleanor, Joan, John, Henry, Julian (alias Katherine), Joan, Alfonso, Margaret, Berengaria, Mary, Alice, Elizabeth, Beatrice & Blanche *Crowned: 25th February 1308 at Westminster Abbey, Middlesex Abdicated: 25th January 1327 Married: 25th January 1308 at Boulogne Cathedral Spouse: Isabella daughter of Philip IV, King of France Offspring: Edward, John, Eleanor & Joan *Edward II lacked the royal dignity of his father and failed miserably as king. He inherited his father's war with Scotland and displayed his ineptitude as a soldier. Disgruntled barons, already wary of Edward as Prince of Wales, sought to check his power from the beginning of his reign. He raised the ire of the nobility by lavishing money and other rewards upon his male favourites. Such extreme unpopularity would eventually cost Edward his life. *Edward I's dream of a unified British nation quickly disintegrated under his weak son. Baronial rebellion opened the way for Robert Bruce to reconquer much of Scotland. In 1314, Bruce defeated English forces at the battle of Bannockburn and ensured Scottish independence until the union of England and Scotland in 1707. Bruce also incited rebellion in Ireland and reduced English influence to the confines of the Pale. *Edward's preference for surrounding himself with outsiders harkened back to the troubled reign of Henry III. The most notable was Piers Gaveston, a young Gascon exiled by Edward I for his undue influence on the Prince of Wales and, most likely, the king's homosexual lover. The arrogant and licentious Gaveston wielded considerable power after being recalled by Edward. The magnates, alienated by the relationship, rallied in opposition behind the king's cousin, Thomas, Earl of Lancaster; the Parliaments of 1310 and 1311 imposed restrictions on Edward's power and exiled Gaveston. The barons revolted in 1312 and Gaveston was murdered - full rebellion was avoided only by Edward's acceptance of further restrictions. Although Lancaster shared the responsibilities of governing with Edward, the king came under the influence of yet another despicable favourite, Hugh Despenser. In 1322, Edward showed a rare display of resolve and gathered an army to meet Lancaster at the Battle of Boroughbridge in Yorkshire. Edward prevailed and executed Lancaster. He and Despenser ruled the government but again acquired many enemies - 28 knights and barons were executed for rebelling and many exiled. *Edward sent his queen, Isabella, to negotiate with her brother, French king Charles IV, regarding affairs in Gascony. She fell into an open romance with Roger Mortimer, one of Edward's disaffected barons, and persuaded Edward to send their young son to France. The rebellious couple invaded England in 1326 and imprisoned Edward. The king was deposed in 1327, replaced by his son, Edward III, and murdered in September at Berkeley castle. *Sir Richard Baker, in reference to Edward I in A Chronicle of the Kings of England, makes a strong indictment against Edward II: 'His great unfortunateness was in his greatest blessing; for of four sons which he had by his Queen Eleanor, three of them died in his own lifetime, who were worthy to have outlived him; and the fourth outlived him, who was worthy never to have been born.' *http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/mon31.html

76783. Princess Eleanor of17 Castile (Ferdinand Castile and Leon, #153166) was buried at Westminster Abbey. She was buried at Westminster Abbey. She was born circa 1244 at Castile, Spain. She was born circa 1244 at Castile, Spain. She was born circa 1244 at Castile, Spain; Countess of Ponthieu. She married Edward I Longshanks King of England (see #76582) on 18 Oct 1254 at Abbey of Las Huelgas, Burgos, Castile. She married King Edward I "Longshanks" (--?--), son of King Henry III (--?--) and Eleanor of Provence, on 18 Oct 1254 at Abbey of Los Huelgas, Burgos, Castile, Spain. She married Edward I Longshanks King of England on 18 Oct 1254 at Abbey of Las Huelgas, Burgos, Castile. She died on 28 Nov 1290 at Herdeby, Lincolnshire. She died on 28 Nov 1290 at Herdeby, Lincolnshire. She died on 29 Nov 1290 at Gerdeby, Lincolnshire, Spaaain.

76784. William de17 Beauchamp was born at of Elmley, Worcestershire. He married Isabel Maudit (see #20133), daughter of William Maudit and Alice De Newburg, in 1245. He died in 1268.

 

Children of William de17 Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit (see #20133) were as follows:

·                  38392. i. William de16.

·                  ii. Walter de; born circa 1243; born circa 1243; died between 16 Feb 1302 and 1303; died between 16 Feb 1302 and 1303.

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·                  iii. John de; born circa 1245; born circa 1245; died after 1298; died after 1298.

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·                  iv. Thomas de; born circa 1247; born circa 1247.

76785 . Isabel17 Maudit (William, #40266) (see #20133 )

76786. John17 Fitzgeoffrey was born circa 1215. He was born circa 1215. He married Isabel Bigod (see #76787) after 1234. He married Isabel Bigod after 1234. He died on 23 Nov 1258. He died on 23 Nov 1258.

Children of John17 Fitzgeoffrey and Isabel Bigod (see #76787) were as follows:

·                  i. Isabel16; born circa 1233; born circa 1233.

·                  38393. ii. Maud.

·                  iii. John; born circa 1240; born circa 1240; married an unknown person between 18 Feb 1258 and 1259; married an unknown person between 18 Feb 1258 and 1259; died circa 6 Nov 1275 at Lambeth; died circa 6 Nov 1275 at Lambeth.

·                  iv. Richard; born circa 1244; born circa 1244; died before 5 Aug 1279 at Gascony, France; died before 5 Aug 1279 at Gascony, France.

·                  v. Joan; born circa 1250 at of Shere, Surrey; born circa 1250 at of Shere, Surrey; died 4 Apr 1303; died 4 Apr 1303.

76787. Isabel17 Bigod married Gilbert de Lacy circa 1225. She married John Fitzgeoffrey (see #76786) after 1234.

She Burke's Extinct & Dormant lists Isabel as the daughter of Ralph, rather than his sister, but I'll stick to Cokayne's version for now

76788. Roger V de17 Toeni married Alice de Bohun circa 30 Jun 1239. He married Isabel (--?--) (see #76789) before 1255. He died before 12 May 1264.

Children of Roger V de17 Toeni and Isabel (--?--) (see #76789) were:

·                  38394. i. Ralph VII de16.

76789. Isabel17 (--?--) died AFT. FEB 1264 65. She married Roger V de Toeni (see #76788) before 1255.

 

76792. Roger de17 Mortimer was born in 1221 at Cwmaron Castle, Radnorshire, Wales. He married Maud de Braose (see #76793) circa 1247. He died on 27 Oct 1282 at Kingsland, Herefordshire.

Children of Roger de17 Mortimer and Maud de Braose (see #76793) were as follows:

·                  i. .

 ii. .Margaret de Burke's Dormant & Extinct identifies this Margaret as the same on that marriedThomas Lord Berkeley, but Cokayne separates them by a couple of generations. I can't revise it without really screwing up the dates. SSource

·                  iii. .

Sir Geffrey Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iv. Isabel de; born circa 1248; married an unknown person before 1273; died before 10 Aug 1274; married an unknown person 2 Sep 1285 at Poling, Sussex.

·                  v. Ralph de; born circa 1250; born circa 1250; died before 10 Aug 1274; died before 10 Aug 1274.

·                  38396. vi. Edmund de.

·                  vii. William de; born circa 1258; died 1297.

76793. Maud de17 Braose married Roger de Mortimer (see #76792) circa 1247.

 

76794. William II de17 Fiennes was born circa 1245 at Wendover, Buckinghamshire. He married Blanche de Brienne (see #76795) in 1269 at Wigmore, Herefordshire. He died on 11 Jul 1302 at Courtral, Flanders, Belgium.

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Children of William II de17 Fiennes and Blanche de Brienne (see #76795) were:

·                  38397. i. Margaret de16.

76795. Blanche de17 Brienne married William II de Fiennes (see #76794) in 1269 at Wigmore, Herefordshire. She died in 1302.

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76796. Geoffrey de17 Geneville was also known as Lord of Trim. Source

Children of Geoffrey de17 Geneville and an unknown spouse were:

·                  38398. i. Piers de16.

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76798. Hugh XII de17 Lusignan Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Hugh XII de17 Lusignan and Jeanne de Fougeres (see #76799) were:

·                  38399. i. Joan de16.

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76799. Jeanne de17 Fougeres Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

76906. Earl Fergus of17 Bucan.

Children of Earl Fergus of17 Bucan and an unknown spouse were:

·                  20213. i. Margaret of16.

76908. Saher17 De Quincy (Robert, #80856) was born circa 1155; Earl of Winchester. He married Margaet De Beaumont (see #40429), daughter of Robert De Beaumont and Pertronilla (Pernall) De Grndmesnil, before 1173. He died on 3 Nov 1219.

Children of Saher17 De Quincy and Margaet De Beaumont (see #40429) were as follows:

·                  i. Hawsie16; married Hugh De Vere, son of Robert De Vere and Isabel De Bolbec.

·                  20214. ii. Roger.

76909. Margaet17 De Beaumont (Robert, #80858) married Saher De Quincy (see #40428), son of Robert De Quincy and Orabella (--?--), before 1173. She died on 12 Jan 1234.

76910. Alan of17 Galloway (Roland, #80860) Constable of Scotland 1215-1234 married daughter de Lacy (see #40431), daughter of Hugh de Lacy and Lesceline (--?--). He died in 1234.

Children of Alan of17 Galloway and daughter de Lacy (see #40431) were:

·                  20215. i. Helen of16.

76911. daughter17 de Lacy (Hugh, #80862) married Alan of Galloway (see #40430), son of Roland of Galloway and Elena De Morville.

76920. Hugh17 Bigod (Roger, #80880) died in 1177 at the Holy Land.

He was also known as Earl of Norfolk. Source

Children of Hugh17 Bigod and Juliana de Vere (see #40441) were:

·                  20220. i. Roger16.

.

76921. Juliana de17 Vere (Alberic, #80882) Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

76922. Hameline17 Plantagenet (Geoffrey, #80884) was buried at Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. He was buried at Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. He was born circa 1135. He married Isabell de Warrenne (see #40443), daughter of William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Adela Talvace, circa 1135. He was born circa 1135. He married Isabell de Warrenne, daughter of William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Adela Talvace, in Apr 1164. He married Isabell de Warrenne, daughter of William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Adela Talvace, in Apr 1164. He died on 7 May 1202. He died on 7 May 1202.

He was also known as Hameline Plantagenet. He was also known as Homeline Plantagenet. Source Source

Children of Hameline17 Plantagenet and Isabell de Warrenne (see #40443) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Adela de16 Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  ii. .

Maud de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iii. .

Adela de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iv. .

Maud de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  v. .

Margaret de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  vi. .

Margaret de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  20221. vii. Isabel.

·                  viii. William Plantagenet de; born 1166; born 1166; married an unknown person before 13 Oct 1225; married an unknown person before 13 Oct 1225; died 27 May 1240; died 27 May 1240.

He was also known as William Plantagenet de Warrenne. Source Source

76923. Isabell de17 Warrenne (William, #80886) was buried at Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. She was buried at Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. She married Hameline Plantagenet (see #40442), son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet and Adelaide de Angers, circa 1135. She was born circa 1136. She married William Count of Boulogne circa 1149. She married Hameline Plantagenet, son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet and Adelaide de Angers, in Apr 1164. She married Hameline Plantagenet, son of Geoffrey V Plantagenet and Adelaide de Angers, in Apr 1164. She died in 1199. She died on 13 Jul 1199. She died on 13 Jul 1199.

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76926. Roland of17 Galloway (Gunnild Dunbar, #80892) married Elena De Morville, daughter of Richard De Morville and Avice of Lancaster. He died in Dec 1200.

He was also known as Roland of Galloway.

Children of Roland of17 Galloway and an unknown spouse were:

·                  20223. i. Devorguilla of16.

80528. Walter17 De Beauchamp (William, #161056) died in 1235.

Children of Walter17 De Beauchamp and an unknown spouse were:

·                  40264. i. Walcheline16.

80530. Roger17 De Mortimer (Hugh, #161060) was born circa 1155. He married Millicent De Ferrieres (see #80531), daughter of William De Ferrieres and Sybil De Braose, circa 1155. He died on 24 Jun 1214.

Children of Roger17 De Mortimer and Millicent De Ferrieres (see #80531) were:

·                  40265. i. Joane (Isabel)16.

80531. Millicent17 De Ferrieres (William, #161062) married Roger De Mortimer (see #80530), son of Hugh De Mortimer and Maud De Machines, circa 1155.

80532. Robert17 Maudit (William, #161064) married Elizabeth Basset (see #80533), daughter of Thurston Basset. He was born in 1172. He died in Jun 1222.

Children of Robert17 Maudit and Elizabeth Basset (see #80533) were:

·                  40266. i. William16.

80533. Elizabeth17 Basset (Thurston, #161066) married Robert Maudit (see #80532), son of William Maudit and Isabel St Liz.

80534. Earl Waleran of17 Warick (Roger De Beaumont, #161068) married Alice De Harcourt (see #80535). He was born circa 1140. He died before 12 Oct 1304.

Children of Earl Waleran of17 Warick and Alice De Harcourt (see #80535) were:

·                  40267. i. Alice16.

80535. Alice17 De Harcourt married Earl Waleran of Warick (see #80534), son of Roger De Beaumont and Gundred De Warrenne. She died after Sep 1212.

80538. Roger17 De Clare (Richard, #161076) married Maud St Hilaire (see #80539), daughter of James St Hilaire and Aveline (--?--). He was born in 1116. He died in 1173.

Children of Roger17 De Clare and Maud St Hilaire (see #80539) were:

·                  40269. i. Evine16.

80539. Maud17 St Hilaire (James, #161078) married Roger De Clare (see #80538), son of Richard De Clare and Alice De Machines. She married William III (Le Breton) D'Aubigny, son of William (the Strong0 D'Aubigny and Adeliza Brabant of Louvain. She was buried at Priory of Great Carbrooke, Norfolk. She was born in 1132. She was born in 1132. She was born in 1132. She married Roger de Clare, son of Richard de Clare and Alice de Meschines, circa 1153. She married William D'Aubigny after 1173. She died on 24 Dec 1193. She died on 24 Dec 1193 at Norfolk. She died in 1195.

She was also known as Maud de St. Hilaire. She was also known as Maud St Hillaire. SSource

80540 . Roger17 Biogod (Hugh Bigod, #40440) (see #20220 )

80541 . Isabel17 de Warrenne (Hameline Plantagenet, #40442) (see #20221 )

80542. Sir William17 Marshall (John, #161084) 2rd Earl of Pembroke - Marshall of England - Protector - Regent of the Kingdom 1216-1219 was born; Earl of Pembrooke. He was buried at Temple Church, London, England. He married Isabel De Clare (see #80543), daughter of Richard De Clare and Aoife (Eve) Macmurchada, in 1199 at London, England. He died on 14 May 1219 at Caversham, England.

Children of Sir William17 Marshall and Isabel De Clare (see #80543) were:

·                  40271. i. Maud16.

80543. Isabel17 De Clare (Richard, #161086) was born; heiress of Pembroke. She married Sir William Marshall (see #80542), son of John Marshall and Sybil de Salisbury, in 1199 at London, England. She died in 1220.

80856. Robert17 De Quincy;; Lord of Buckley - Crusader married Orabella (--?--) (see #80857), daughter of Ness (--?--). He died in 1198.

Children of Robert17 De Quincy and Orabella (--?--) (see #80857) were:

·                  40428. i. Saher16.

80857. Orabella17 (--?--) (Ness, #161715) married Robert De Quincy (see #80856).

80858. Robert17 De Beaumont (Robert, #161716) Crusader 1179 was born before 1135; Earl of Leicester. He married Pertronilla (Pernall) De Grndmesnil (see #80859), daughter of Hugh De Grndmesnil, circa 1155.

Children of Robert17 De Beaumont and Pertronilla (Pernall) De Grndmesnil (see #80859) were:

·                  40429. i. Margaet16.

80859. Pertronilla (Pernall)17 De Grndmesnil (Hugh, #161718) married Robert De Beaumont (see #80858), son of Sir Robert De Beaumont and Amice De Montford, circa 1155. She died on 1 Apr 1212.

80860. Roland of17 Galloway (Gunnild Dunbar, #80892) married Elena De Morville (see #80861), daughter of Richard De Morville and Avice of Lancaster. He died in Dec 1200.

He was also known as Roland of Galloway.

Children of Roland of17 Galloway and Elena De Morville (see #80861) were:

·                  40430. i. Alan of16.

80861. Elena17 De Morville (Richard, #161722) married Roland of Galloway (see #40446), son of Gunnild of Dunbar and Uchtred of Galloway. She died on 11 Jun 1217.

80862. Hugh17 de Lacy;; Earl of Ulster married Lesceline (--?--) (see #80863), daughter of Bertrun De Verdun. He died in 1243.

Children of Hugh17 de Lacy and Lesceline (--?--) (see #80863) were:

·                  40431. i. daughter16.

80863. Lesceline17 (--?--) (Bertrun De Verdun, #161726) married Hugh de Lacy (see #80862).

80880. Roger17 Bigod was buried at Abbey of Whetford, Norfolk. He died in 1107.

Source

Children of Roger17 Bigod and Adeliza de Grentesmesnil (see #80881) were as follows:

·                  40440. i. Hugh16.

·                  ii. William; died 25 Nov 1120 at sinking of the 'White Ship.'

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80881. Adeliza de17 Grentesmesnil (Hugh, #161762) Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

80882. Alberic le17 Vere (Alberic Ver, #161764) died on 15 May 1141 at A riot in London.

He ' Albericke de Veare the 8: Earle of Guysnes, Portgrave and Shreeve of London amd Midlesex, Cheife Justice of England, and by Henry I: made Lord Chamberlain of England, hee was slain in a commotion by the citizens of London in the 2d yeare of King Stephen 1140. it is written of the man, that hee went into the holy land with Robert Curtois where hee fought valiantly against the Saracens often overcoming, and when by his prowesse hee had recovered St Georges banner which the Saracens had gotten, all the Christian princes gave theire consent hee should beare St Georges sheild in the first part of his escocheon, or with his owne armes. and after for his valiancy they gave him a Star of Silver to beare in the first quarter of his sheild, because a certain star did shine so clerely that the christian armye at darke midnight did overcome the Saracens.' *p. 164, Suffolk in the XVIIth Century The Breviary of Suffolk by Robert Reyce in 1618. John Murray, London, 1902. Source

Children of Alberic le17 Vere and Adeliza de Clare (see #80883) were as follows:

·                  i. .

William de16 Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  ii. .

Robert de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iii. .

Geffery de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iv. .

Adeliza de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  40441. v. Juliana de.

·                  vi. Rohesia de; born circa 1103; married an unknown person circa 1119; married an unknown person circa 1146; died after 21 Oct 1166.

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·                  vii. Aubrey de; born circa 1110; died 1194.

He was also known as 1st Earl of Oxford. He Created Earl of Oxford by King Henry II for his fidelity to the Empress Maud (Burke's Dormant & Extinct) Burke's 105th says he married first, Beatrice, dau. of the Count of Guisnes, second, Eufeme de \Cantelupe\, and third, Agnes, dau. of Henry of Essex. The third named was the mother of his children. Source He was Type: Fact1 in 1142 at Created Earl of Oxford by Empress Matilda.

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80883. Adeliza de17 Clare (Gilbert, #161766) Cokayne says she was either a daughter of (one of several) Gilbert de \Clare\s or daughter of Robert de Yvery. SSource

80884. Geoffrey V17 Plantagenet (Fulk (--?--), #161768) was born on 24 Aug 1113 at Anjou, France. He was born on 24 Aug 1113 at Anjou, France. He married Matilda Beauclerc on 3 Apr 1127 at Le Mans Cathedral, Anjou. He married Matilda Beauclerc on 3 Apr 1127 at Le Mans Cathedral, Anjou. He died on 7 Sep 1151 at Chateau du Loire, France, at age 38. He died on 7 Sep 1151 at Chateau du Loire, France, at age 38.

He was also known as Count of Anjou. He was also known as Count of Anjou. He was also known as Geoffrey V Plantagenet. He <img src='http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~floyer/jpegs/01702.jpg' align='right' width='118' height='223' alt='Geoffrey V'>. Source He <img src='http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~floyer/jpegs/01702.jpg' align='right' width='118' height='223' alt='Geoffrey V'>. Source

Children of Geoffrey V17 Plantagenet and Adelaide de Angers (see #80885) were:

·                  40442. i. Hameline16.

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80885. Adelaide de17 Angers Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

80886. William de17 Warrenne Earl of Surrey (William, #161772) died in 1147 at on Crusade.

Source

Children of William de17 Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Adela Talvace (see #80887) were:

·                  40443. i. Isabell de16.

80887. Adela17 Talvace (Robert Belesme, #161774) married Patrick de Eureux after 1148.

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80892. Gunnild of17 Dunbar (Waltheof (--?--), #161784) married Uchtred of Galloway (see #80893), daughter of Fergus of Galloway and Elizabeth (--?--). He died in 1174.

Children of Gunnild of17 Dunbar and Uchtred of Galloway (see #80893) were:

·                  40446. i. Roland of16.

80893. Uchtred of17 Galloway (Fergus, #161786) married Gunnild of Dunbar (see #80892), son of Waltheof (--?--) and Sigred (--?--). She died in 1174.

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152592. Sir Peter18 Hildeyard Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Sir Peter18 Hildeyard and Alice de Melsa (see #152593) were as follows:

·                  76296. i. Robert17.

·                  ii. Peter; born at Of Arnald.

He County Families of Yorkshire says that Peter Hildeyard married 'Alice, daughter of Sir John Meaux of Bewick, kt., widow of Robert Preston' It continues that she 'confirms lands in Arnald to her son Robert and Alice his wife. She married thirdly to Nicholas Reding'. This seems suspicious to me in that Peter married a woman with the same name and parentage as his mother. It may be a mistake in the pedigree. *. Source

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152593. Alice de18 Melsa Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

153100. William de18 Beauchamp was born at of Elmley, Worcestershire. He married Isabel Maudit (see #20133), daughter of William Maudit and Alice De Newburg, in 1245. He died in 1268.

Source

Children of William de18 Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit (see #20133) were as follows:

·                  38392. i. William de17.

·                  ii. Walter de; born circa 1243; born circa 1243; died between 16 Feb 1302 and 1303; died between 16 Feb 1302 and 1303.

He was also known as Walter de Beauchamp. Source Source

·                  iii. John de; born circa 1245; born circa 1245; died after 1298; died after 1298.

He was also known as John de Beauchamp. Source Source

·                  iv. Thomas de; born circa 1247; born circa 1247.

He was also known as Thomas de Beauchamp. Source Source

153101 . Isabel18 Maudit (William, #40266) (see #20133 )

153102. John18 Fitzgeoffrey was born circa 1215. He was born circa 1215. He married Isabel Bigod (see #76787) after 1234. He married Isabel Bigod after 1234. He died on 23 Nov 1258. He died on 23 Nov 1258.

He was also known as John Fitzgeoffrey. Source Source

Children of John18 Fitzgeoffrey and Isabel Bigod (see #76787) were as follows:

·                  i. Isabel17; born circa 1233; born circa 1233.

She was also known as Isabel Fitzjohn. SSource SSource

·                  38393. ii. Maud.

·                  iii. John; born circa 1240; born circa 1240; married an unknown person between 18 Feb 1258 and 1259; married an unknown person between 18 Feb 1258 and 1259; died circa 6 Nov 1275 at Lambeth; died circa 6 Nov 1275 at Lambeth.

He was also known as John Fitzjohn. Source Source

·                  iv. Richard; born circa 1244; born circa 1244; died before 5 Aug 1279 at Gascony, France; died before 5 Aug 1279 at Gascony, France.

He was also known as Richard Fitzjohn. Source Source

·                  v. Joan; born circa 1250 at of Shere, Surrey; born circa 1250 at of Shere, Surrey; died 4 Apr 1303; died 4 Apr 1303.

She was also known as Joan Fitzjohn. SSource SSource

153103. Isabel18 Bigod married Gilbert de Lacy circa 1225. She married John Fitzgeoffrey (see #76786) after 1234.

She Burke's Extinct & Dormant lists Isabel as the daughter of Ralph, rather than his sister, but I'll stick to Cokayne's version for now. SSource

153156. William de18 Beauchamp was born at of Elmley, Worcestershire. He married Isabel Maudit (see #20133), daughter of William Maudit and Alice De Newburg, in 1245. He died in 1268.

Source

Children of William de18 Beauchamp and Isabel Maudit (see #20133) were as follows:

·                  38392. i. William de17.

·                  ii. Walter de; born circa 1243; born circa 1243; died between 16 Feb 1302 and 1303; died between 16 Feb 1302 and 1303.

He was also known as Walter de Beauchamp. Source Source

·                  iii. John de; born circa 1245; born circa 1245; died after 1298; died after 1298.

He was also known as John de Beauchamp. Source Source

·                  iv. Thomas de; born circa 1247; born circa 1247.

He was also known as Thomas de Beauchamp. Source Source

153157 . Isabel18 Maudit (William, #40266) (see #20133 )

153158. John18 Fitzgeoffrey was born circa 1215. He was born circa 1215. He married Isabel Bigod (see #76787) after 1234. He married Isabel Bigod after 1234. He died on 23 Nov 1258. He died on 23 Nov 1258.

He was also known as John Fitzgeoffrey. Source Source

Children of John18 Fitzgeoffrey and Isabel Bigod (see #76787) were as follows:

·                  i. Isabel17; born circa 1233; born circa 1233.

She was also known as Isabel Fitzjohn. SSource SSource

·                  38393. ii. Maud.

·                  iii. John; born circa 1240; born circa 1240; married an unknown person between 18 Feb 1258 and 1259; married an unknown person between 18 Feb 1258 and 1259; died circa 6 Nov 1275 at Lambeth; died circa 6 Nov 1275 at Lambeth.

He was also known as John Fitzjohn. Source Source

·                  iv. Richard; born circa 1244; born circa 1244; died before 5 Aug 1279 at Gascony, France; died before 5 Aug 1279 at Gascony, France.

He was also known as Richard Fitzjohn. Source Source

·                  v. Joan; born circa 1250 at of Shere, Surrey; born circa 1250 at of Shere, Surrey; died 4 Apr 1303; died 4 Apr 1303.

She was also known as Joan Fitzjohn. SSource SSource

153159. Isabel18 Bigod married Gilbert de Lacy circa 1225. She married John Fitzgeoffrey (see #76786) after 1234.

She Burke's Extinct & Dormant lists Isabel as the daughter of Ralph, rather than his sister, but I'll stick to Cokayne's version for now. SSource

153166. King Ferdinand III of18 Castile and Leon (Alfonso Leon, #306332) was born in 1199. He married Countess Johanna Ponthieu (see #153167) in 1237 at Burgos. He died on 30 May 1252 at Seville, Spain.

Children of King Ferdinand III of18 Castile and Leon and Countess Johanna Ponthieu (see #153167) were:

·                  76583. i. Princess Eleanor of17.

153167. Countess Johanna18 Ponthieu married King Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon (see #153166), son of King Alfonso IX of Leon and Berengaria of Castile, in 1237 at Burgos.

153170 . Sir Hugh Le18 Despencer (see #76548 )

153171 . Aliva18 Basset (see #76549 )

153180 . Richard de18 Clare (see #76580 )

153181 . Maud de18 Lacy (see #76581 )

153182 . Edward I18 Longshanks King of England (see #76582 )

153183 . Princess Eleanor of18 Castile (Ferdinand Castile and Leon, #153166) (see #76583 )

153196. Roger de18 Mortimer was born in 1221 at Cwmaron Castle, Radnorshire, Wales. He married Maud de Braose (see #76793) circa 1247. He died on 27 Oct 1282 at Kingsland, Herefordshire.

He was also known as Lord Wigmore. Source

Children of Roger de18 Mortimer and Maud de Braose (see #76793) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Roger17 Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  ii. .

Margaret de Burke's Dormant & Extinct identifies this Margaret as the same on that marriedThomas Lord Berkeley, but Cokayne separates them by a couple of generations. I can't revise it without really screwing up the dates. SSource

·                  iii. .

Sir Geffrey Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iv. Isabel de; born circa 1248; married an unknown person before 1273; died before 10 Aug 1274; married an unknown person 2 Sep 1285 at Poling, Sussex.

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·                  v. Ralph de; born circa 1250; born circa 1250; died before 10 Aug 1274; died before 10 Aug 1274.

He was also known as Ralph de Mortimer. Source Source

·                  38396. vi. Edmund de.

·                  vii. William de; born circa 1258; died 1297.

Source

153197. Maud de18 Braose married Roger de Mortimer (see #76792) circa 1247.

She According to an IGI Pedigree that John Young directed me to, these two were the parents of Eve de \Tracy\. SSource

153198. William II de18 Fiennes was born circa 1245 at Wendover, Buckinghamshire. He married Blanche de Brienne (see #76795) in 1269 at Wigmore, Herefordshire. He died on 11 Jul 1302 at Courtral, Flanders, Belgium.

Source

Children of William II de18 Fiennes and Blanche de Brienne (see #76795) were:

·                  38397. i. Margaret de17.

153199. Blanche de18 Brienne married William II de Fiennes (see #76794) in 1269 at Wigmore, Herefordshire. She died in 1302.

SSource

153250 . Hugh de18 Vere (see #76610 )

153251 . Hawise de18 Quincy (see #76611 )

153556. Roger de18 Mortimer was born in 1221 at Cwmaron Castle, Radnorshire, Wales. He married Maud de Braose (see #76793) circa 1247. He died on 27 Oct 1282 at Kingsland, Herefordshire.

He was also known as Lord Wigmore. Source

Children of Roger de18 Mortimer and Maud de Braose (see #76793) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Roger17 Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  ii. .

Margaret de Burke's Dormant & Extinct identifies this Margaret as the same on that marriedThomas Lord Berkeley, but Cokayne separates them by a couple of generations. I can't revise it without really screwing up the dates. SSource

·                  iii. .

Sir Geffrey Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iv. Isabel de; born circa 1248; married an unknown person before 1273; died before 10 Aug 1274; married an unknown person 2 Sep 1285 at Poling, Sussex.

SSource

·                  v. Ralph de; born circa 1250; born circa 1250; died before 10 Aug 1274; died before 10 Aug 1274.

He was also known as Ralph de Mortimer. Source Source

·                  38396. vi. Edmund de.

·                  vii. William de; born circa 1258; died 1297.

Source

153557. Maud de18 Braose married Roger de Mortimer (see #76792) circa 1247.

She According to an IGI Pedigree that John Young directed me to, these two were the parents of Eve de \Tracy\. SSource

153558. William II de18 Fiennes was born circa 1245 at Wendover, Buckinghamshire. He married Blanche de Brienne (see #76795) in 1269 at Wigmore, Herefordshire. He died on 11 Jul 1302 at Courtral, Flanders, Belgium.

Source

Children of William II de18 Fiennes and Blanche de Brienne (see #76795) were:

·                  38397. i. Margaret de17.

153559. Blanche de18 Brienne married William II de Fiennes (see #76794) in 1269 at Wigmore, Herefordshire. She died in 1302.

SSource

153566. King Ferdinand III of18 Castile and Leon (Alfonso Leon, #306332) was born in 1199. He married Countess Johanna Ponthieu (see #153167) in 1237 at Burgos. He died on 30 May 1252 at Seville, Spain.

Children of King Ferdinand III of18 Castile and Leon and Countess Johanna Ponthieu (see #153167) were:

·                  76583. i. Princess Eleanor of17.

153567. Countess Johanna18 Ponthieu married King Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon (see #153166), son of King Alfonso IX of Leon and Berengaria of Castile, in 1237 at Burgos.

153570 . William18 Maudit (Robert, #80532) (see #40266 )

153571 . Alice18 De Newburg (Waleran Warick, #80534) (see #40267 )

153816. Robert18 De Quincy;; Lord of Buckley - Crusader married Orabella (--?--) (see #80857), daughter of Ness (--?--). He died in 1198.

Children of Robert18 De Quincy and Orabella (--?--) (see #80857) were:

·                  40428. i. Saher17.

153817. Orabella18 (--?--) (Ness, #161715) married Robert De Quincy (see #80856).

153818. Robert18 De Beaumont (Robert, #161716) Crusader 1179 was born before 1135; Earl of Leicester. He married Pertronilla (Pernall) De Grndmesnil (see #80859), daughter of Hugh De Grndmesnil, circa 1155.

Children of Robert18 De Beaumont and Pertronilla (Pernall) De Grndmesnil (see #80859) were:

·                  40429. i. Margaet17.

153819. Pertronilla (Pernall)18 De Grndmesnil (Hugh, #161718) married Robert De Beaumont (see #80858), son of Sir Robert De Beaumont and Amice De Montford, circa 1155. She died on 1 Apr 1212.

153820 . Roland of18 Galloway (Gunnild Dunbar, #80892) (see #40446 )

153821. Elena18 De Morville (Richard, #161722) married Roland of Galloway (see #40446), son of Gunnild of Dunbar and Uchtred of Galloway. She died on 11 Jun 1217.

153822. Hugh18 de Lacy;; Earl of Ulster married Lesceline (--?--) (see #80863), daughter of Bertrun De Verdun. He died in 1243.

Children of Hugh18 de Lacy and Lesceline (--?--) (see #80863) were:

·                  40431. i. daughter17.

153823. Lesceline18 (--?--) (Bertrun De Verdun, #161726) married Hugh de Lacy (see #80862).

153840. Roger18 Bigod was buried at Abbey of Whetford, Norfolk. He died in 1107.

Source

Children of Roger18 Bigod and Adeliza de Grentesmesnil (see #80881) were as follows:

·                  40440. i. Hugh17.

·                  ii. William; died 25 Nov 1120 at sinking of the 'White Ship.'

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153841. Adeliza de18 Grentesmesnil (Hugh, #161762) Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

153842. Alberic le18 Vere (Alberic Ver, #161764) died on 15 May 1141 at A riot in London.

He ' Albericke de Veare the 8: Earle of Guysnes, Portgrave and Shreeve of London amd Midlesex, Cheife Justice of England, and by Henry I: made Lord Chamberlain of England, hee was slain in a commotion by the citizens of London in the 2d yeare of King Stephen 1140. it is written of the man, that hee went into the holy land with Robert Curtois where hee fought valiantly against the Saracens often overcoming, and when by his prowesse hee had recovered St Georges banner which the Saracens had gotten, all the Christian princes gave theire consent hee should beare St Georges sheild in the first part of his escocheon, or with his owne armes. and after for his valiancy they gave him a Star of Silver to beare in the first quarter of his sheild, because a certain star did shine so clerely that the christian armye at darke midnight did overcome the Saracens.' *p. 164, Suffolk in the XVIIth Century The Breviary of Suffolk by Robert Reyce in 1618. John Murray, London, 1902. Source

Children of Alberic le18 Vere and Adeliza de Clare (see #80883) were as follows:

·                  i. .

William de17 Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  ii. .

Robert de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iii. .

Geffery de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iv. .

Adeliza de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  40441. v. Juliana de.

·                  vi. Rohesia de; born circa 1103; married an unknown person circa 1119; married an unknown person circa 1146; died after 21 Oct 1166.

SSource

·                  vii. Aubrey de; born circa 1110; died 1194.

He was also known as 1st Earl of Oxford. He Created Earl of Oxford by King Henry II for his fidelity to the Empress Maud (Burke's Dormant & Extinct) Burke's 105th says he married first, Beatrice, dau. of the Count of Guisnes, second, Eufeme de \Cantelupe\, and third, Agnes, dau. of Henry of Essex. The third named was the mother of his children. Source He was Type: Fact1 in 1142 at Created Earl of Oxford by Empress Matilda.

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153843. Adeliza de18 Clare (Gilbert, #161766) Cokayne says she was either a daughter of (one of several) Gilbert de \Clare\s or daughter of Robert de Yvery. SSource

153844. Geoffrey V18 Plantagenet (Fulk (--?--), #161768) was born on 24 Aug 1113 at Anjou, France. He was born on 24 Aug 1113 at Anjou, France. He married Matilda Beauclerc on 3 Apr 1127 at Le Mans Cathedral, Anjou. He married Matilda Beauclerc on 3 Apr 1127 at Le Mans Cathedral, Anjou. He died on 7 Sep 1151 at Chateau du Loire, France, at age 38. He died on 7 Sep 1151 at Chateau du Loire, France, at age 38.

He was also known as Count of Anjou. He was also known as Count of Anjou. He was also known as Geoffrey V Plantagenet. He <img src='http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~floyer/jpegs/01702.jpg' align='right' width='118' height='223' alt='Geoffrey V'>. Source He <img src='http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~floyer/jpegs/01702.jpg' align='right' width='118' height='223' alt='Geoffrey V'>. Source

Children of Geoffrey V18 Plantagenet and Adelaide de Angers (see #80885) were:

·                  40442. i. Hameline17.

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153845. Adelaide de18 Angers Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

153846. William de18 Warrenne Earl of Surrey (William, #161772) died in 1147 at on Crusade.

Source

Children of William de18 Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Adela Talvace (see #80887) were:

·                  40443. i. Isabell de17.

153847. Adela18 Talvace (Robert Belesme, #161774) married Patrick de Eureux after 1148.

SSource

153852. Gunnild of18 Dunbar (Waltheof (--?--), #161784) married Uchtred of Galloway (see #80893), daughter of Fergus of Galloway and Elizabeth (--?--). He died in 1174.

Children of Gunnild of18 Dunbar and Uchtred of Galloway (see #80893) were:

·                  40446. i. Roland of17.

153853. Uchtred of18 Galloway (Fergus, #161786) married Gunnild of Dunbar (see #80892), son of Waltheof (--?--) and Sigred (--?--). She died in 1174.

161056. William18 De Beauchamp (William, #322112) was born circa 1161. He married Joan Walerie (see #161057), daughter of Sir Thomas Walerie, circa 1191. He died circa 1197.

Children of William18 De Beauchamp and Joan Walerie (see #161057) were:

·                  80528. i. Walter17.

161057. Joan18 Walerie (Thomas, #322114) married William De Beauchamp (see #161056), son of William De Beauchamp and Maud de Braose, circa 1191.

161060. Hugh18 De Mortimer (Ralph, #322120) married Maud De Machines (see #161061), daughter of William De Machines and Cecily De Rumilly. He was born in 1108. He died in 1185.

Children of Hugh18 De Mortimer and Maud De Machines (see #161061) were:

·                  80530. i. Roger17.

161061. Maud18 De Machines (William, #322122) married Hugh De Mortimer (see #161060), son of Ralph De Mortimer and Millicent (--?--).

161062. William18 De Ferrieres (Robert, #322124) 3rd Earl of Derby married Sybil De Braose (see #161063), daughter of William De Braose and Bertha of Gloucester. He died before 21 Oct 1190 at Siege of Stephen, Acre, Palestine.

Children of William18 De Ferrieres and Sybil De Braose (see #161063) were:

·                  80531. i. Millicent17.

161063. Sybil18 De Braose (William, #322126) married William De Ferrieres (see #161062), son of Robert De Ferrieres and Margaret Peverell. She was born circa 1157. She died after 5 Feb 1226.

161064. William18 Maudit was born circa 1126. He married Isabel St Liz (see #161065), daughter of Simon St Liz, circa 1160. He died circa 1170.

Children of William18 Maudit and Isabel St Liz (see #161065) were:

·                  80532. i. Robert17.

161065. Isabel18 St Liz (Simon, #322130) was born circa 1130. She married William Maudit (see #161064) circa 1160.

161066. Thurston18 Basset was born circa 1156.

Children of Thurston18 Basset and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80533. i. Elizabeth17.

161068. Roger18 De Beaumont (Henry, #322136) married Gundred De Warrenne (see #161069), daughter of William De Warrenne and Isabel De Vermandois. He was born in 1102. He died on 12 Jun 1153.

Children of Roger18 De Beaumont and Gundred De Warrenne (see #161069) were:

·                  80534. i. Earl Waleran of17.

161069. Gundred18 De Warrenne (William, #322138) married Roger De Beaumont (see #161068), son of Henry De Beaumont and Margaret De Peche. She was born circa 1120. She died after 1166.

161076. Richard18 De Clare (Gilbert, #322152) Richard de \Clare\

"This nobleman was one of the witnesses to the solemn agreement, made in 1153, between King Stephen and Henry, Duke of Normandy, whereby the latter was to succeed to the English throne upon the decease of the former. But the leading part he subsequently had in the subjugation of Ireland procuring him a conspicuous place in history, we shall relate the particulars of that event in the words of the Monk of Jorevaulx - 'the realm of Ireland,' saith he, 'being miserably opprest with warr by the many kings there who banded against each other, one of them sent his son into England to procure souldiers thence for his aid. Which souldiers for the hope of gain, giving him assistance, were so well recompenced, as that they rather chose to stay there than return to England. But after a short time the stoutest people of Ireland, being much offended with that king for getting aid from England, the English already fixed in Ireland sent for more from hence to strengthen their party, and because they had no chief they made choice of this Earl Richard (a stout and valiant man) to be their captain, who, yielding to their request, rigging a good fleet, prepared for the journey. Whereupon there were some who, in the king's behalf, endeavoured to restrain him. Howbeit, getting on shipboard, and landing safe, he assaulted Dublin, and took it; the tidings whereof so terrified those that lived afar off, that they were content to be at peace with him; and, to confirm what he had got, gave him in marriage, Eva, daughter of Dermot McMurrough, one of their kings, with whom he had in dower a great part of the realm. Whereat the king of England growing much displeased , as well for that he had not only, without his consent, but forbidden, made so great an attempt, seized upon all his patrimony here, prohibiting that he should have further aid; and threatening him otherwise very sore, compelled him so to such a compliance as that he got Dublin from him, and all the principal places he had won, requiring him to be content with the rest, and his patrimony in England; soon after raising a great army, the king sayled thither, himself.' In the end the earl was constituted Justice of Ireland by King Henry II., and having founded the priory of Killmainham, in the province of Leinster, for knights hospitallers, 'this eminent person,' Dugdale concludes 'died untimely upon the nones of April, anno 1176, and was buried in the Chapter house at Gloucester, as may be seen by this inscription on the wall there, 'Hic jacet Ricardus Strongbow, filius Gilberti, Comitis de Pembroke,' " leaving issue, as some say, one son, scarce three years old, to be his heir, but by others it is reported that, being by treacherously abused and wounded, he departed this life the 5th year after his acquisition of the province of Leinster, and that he was buried at Dublin, leaving issue one only dau. and heiress, Isabel, who became in ward to King Henry II. and remained under the royal guardianship for the space of fourteen years, when she was given in marriage to William Marshal, who thereupon became Earl of Pembroke."

Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 120-121

>Richard de \Clare\, "Strongbow", 2nd Earl of Pembroke, born 1130, led Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland 1169, in reign of Henry II;

mar 1171 to Aoife Mac Murrough, Princess of Leinster [descendant of Brian Boru]; in 1172 he and his wife's uncle Archbishop Laurence O'Toole started the re-building in stone of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin [also here, originally founded by Sitric, Viking King of Dublin 1038], the crypt counts as Dublin's oldest surviving building; built the first castle at Kilkenny 1172; Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 1173-6,

died 1176, age 46 yrs, bur Christ Church (Strongbow's tomb in Christ Church was wrecked when the S wall and roof collapsed in 1562. The monument now known as "Strongbow's tomb" is in fact the effigy of a different Norman knight), having had issue:

1.Isabel de \Clare\, Countess Strigoil, born c.1174, mar 1189 [her age c.15, him age 43, he inherited her family title] to William Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke and had issue.

d. 1176, English nobleman, also known as Richard Strongbow. He went as an adventurer (1170) to Ireland at the request of the hard-pressed Dermot McMurrough, king of Leinster. Strongbow subdued much of E Ireland, including Dublin, in victories over Rory O'Connor, king of Connaught, and married Dermot's daughter. Henry II of England, although he had given permission for the earl's expedition, visited him in 1171 to claim the rich coastal cities and to receive Strongbow's homage for the fief of the interior of Leinster. Pembroke fought for Henry in Normandy and was rewarded by a grant of additional territory in Ireland. He then returned to Ireland as the king's governor. Badly defeated (1174) at Thurles, he was engaged in almost continuous fighting against the Irish until his death.

lycos.infoplease.com married Alice De Machines, daughter of Randulf De Meschines and Countess Lucy of Chester. He was born in 1130; Strongbow = 2nd Earl of Pembroke - Justiciar of Ireland. He was born on 15 Apr 1136. He married Aoife (Eve) Macmurchada (see #161087), daughter of Diarmait Macmurchada and Mor (--?--), circa 26 Aug 1171 at Waterford, Ireland. He died on 20 Apr 1176.

He was also known as Richard De Clare.

Children of Richard18 De Clare and Alice De Machines (see #161077) were:

·                  80538. i. Roger17.

161077. Alice18 De Machines (Randulf De Meschines, #322154) married Richard De Clare (see #161076), son of Sir Gilbert De Clare and Isabel Elizabeth De Beaumont.

161078. James18 St Hilaire (Richard, #322156) married Aveline (--?--) (see #161079). He was born in 1107. He died circa 1154.

Children of James18 St Hilaire and Aveline (--?--) (see #161079) were:

·                  80539. i. Maud17.

161079. Aveline18 (--?--) married James St Hilaire (see #161078), son of Richard (Hasculfe) St Hilaire. She was born in 1112.

161080 . Hugh18 Bigod (Roger, #80880) (see #40440 )

161081 . Juliana de18 Vere (Alberic, #80882) (see #40441 )

161082 . Hameline18 Plantagenet (Geoffrey, #80884) (see #40442 )

161083 . Isabell de18 Warrenne (William, #80886) (see #40443 )

161084. John18 Marshall;;

john married Sybil de Salisbury (see #161085), daughter of Walter de Salisbury. He married Sibyl of Salisbury, daughter of Walter of Salisbury.

Children of John18 Marshall and Sybil de Salisbury (see #161085) were:

·                  80542. i. Sir William17.

161085. Sybil18 de Salisbury (Walter, #322170) married John Marshall (see #161084).

161086. Richard18 De Clare (Gilbert, #322152) Richard de \Clare\

"This nobleman was one of the witnesses to the solemn agreement, made in 1153, between King Stephen and Henry, Duke of Normandy, whereby the latter was to succeed to the English throne upon the decease of the former. But the leading part he subsequently had in the subjugation of Ireland procuring him a conspicuous place in history, we shall relate the particulars of that event in the words of the Monk of Jorevaulx - 'the realm of Ireland,' saith he, 'being miserably opprest with warr by the many kings there who banded against each other, one of them sent his son into England to procure souldiers thence for his aid. Which souldiers for the hope of gain, giving him assistance, were so well recompenced, as that they rather chose to stay there than return to England. But after a short time the stoutest people of Ireland, being much offended with that king for getting aid from England, the English already fixed in Ireland sent for more from hence to strengthen their party, and because they had no chief they made choice of this Earl Richard (a stout and valiant man) to be their captain, who, yielding to their request, rigging a good fleet, prepared for the journey. Whereupon there were some who, in the king's behalf, endeavoured to restrain him. Howbeit, getting on shipboard, and landing safe, he assaulted Dublin, and took it; the tidings whereof so terrified those that lived afar off, that they were content to be at peace with him; and, to confirm what he had got, gave him in marriage, Eva, daughter of Dermot McMurrough, one of their kings, with whom he had in dower a great part of the realm. Whereat the king of England growing much displeased , as well for that he had not only, without his consent, but forbidden, made so great an attempt, seized upon all his patrimony here, prohibiting that he should have further aid; and threatening him otherwise very sore, compelled him so to such a compliance as that he got Dublin from him, and all the principal places he had won, requiring him to be content with the rest, and his patrimony in England; soon after raising a great army, the king sayled thither, himself.' In the end the earl was constituted Justice of Ireland by King Henry II., and having founded the priory of Killmainham, in the province of Leinster, for knights hospitallers, 'this eminent person,' Dugdale concludes 'died untimely upon the nones of April, anno 1176, and was buried in the Chapter house at Gloucester, as may be seen by this inscription on the wall there, 'Hic jacet Ricardus Strongbow, filius Gilberti, Comitis de Pembroke,' " leaving issue, as some say, one son, scarce three years old, to be his heir, but by others it is reported that, being by treacherously abused and wounded, he departed this life the 5th year after his acquisition of the province of Leinster, and that he was buried at Dublin, leaving issue one only dau. and heiress, Isabel, who became in ward to King Henry II. and remained under the royal guardianship for the space of fourteen years, when she was given in marriage to William Marshal, who thereupon became Earl of Pembroke."

Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 120-121

>Richard de \Clare\, "Strongbow", 2nd Earl of Pembroke, born 1130, led Anglo-Norman invasion of Ireland 1169, in reign of Henry II;

mar 1171 to Aoife Mac Murrough, Princess of Leinster [descendant of Brian Boru]; in 1172 he and his wife's uncle Archbishop Laurence O'Toole started the re-building in stone of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin [also here, originally founded by Sitric, Viking King of Dublin 1038], the crypt counts as Dublin's oldest surviving building; built the first castle at Kilkenny 1172; Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 1173-6,

died 1176, age 46 yrs, bur Christ Church (Strongbow's tomb in Christ Church was wrecked when the S wall and roof collapsed in 1562. The monument now known as "Strongbow's tomb" is in fact the effigy of a different Norman knight), having had issue:

1.Isabel de \Clare\, Countess Strigoil, born c.1174, mar 1189 [her age c.15, him age 43, he inherited her family title] to William Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke and had issue.

d. 1176, English nobleman, also known as Richard Strongbow. He went as an adventurer (1170) to Ireland at the request of the hard-pressed Dermot McMurrough, king of Leinster. Strongbow subdued much of E Ireland, including Dublin, in victories over Rory O'Connor, king of Connaught, and married Dermot's daughter. Henry II of England, although he had given permission for the earl's expedition, visited him in 1171 to claim the rich coastal cities and to receive Strongbow's homage for the fief of the interior of Leinster. Pembroke fought for Henry in Normandy and was rewarded by a grant of additional territory in Ireland. He then returned to Ireland as the king's governor. Badly defeated (1174) at Thurles, he was engaged in almost continuous fighting against the Irish until his death.

lycos.infoplease.com married Alice De Machines, daughter of Randulf De Meschines and Countess Lucy of Chester. He was born in 1130; Strongbow = 2nd Earl of Pembroke - Justiciar of Ireland. He was born on 15 Apr 1136. He married Aoife (Eve) Macmurchada (see #161087), daughter of Diarmait Macmurchada and Mor (--?--), circa 26 Aug 1171 at Waterford, Ireland. He died on 20 Apr 1176.

He was also known as Richard De Clare.

Children of Richard18 De Clare and Aoife (Eve) Macmurchada (see #161087) were:

·                  80543. i. Isabel17.

161087. Aoife (Eve)18 Macmurchada (Diarmait, #322174) married Richard De Clare (see #161076), son of Sir Gilbert De Clare and Isabel Elizabeth De Beaumont, circa 26 Aug 1171 at Waterford, Ireland.

161715. Ness18 (--?--).

Children of Ness18 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80857. i. Orabella17.

161716. Sir Robert18 De Beaumont (Robert, #323432) 2nd Earl of Leicester - Justicar of England was born before 1104. He married Amice De Montford (see #161717), daughter of Ralph de Gael De Montford, after Nov 1120. He died on 5 Apr 1168.

Children of Sir Robert18 De Beaumont and Amice De Montford (see #161717) were:

·                  80858. i. Robert17.

161717. Amice18 De Montford (Ralph, #323434) married Sir Robert De Beaumont (see #161716), son of Sir Robert De Beaumont and Isabel De Vermandois, after Nov 1120.

161718. Hugh18 De Grndmesnil.

Children of Hugh18 De Grndmesnil and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80859. i. Pertronilla (Pernall)17.

161720. Gunnild of18 Dunbar (Waltheof (--?--), #161784) married Uchtred of Galloway (see #80893), daughter of Fergus of Galloway and Elizabeth (--?--). He died in 1174.

Children of Gunnild of18 Dunbar and Uchtred of Galloway (see #80893) were:

·                  40446. i. Roland of17.

161721. Uchtred of18 Galloway (Fergus, #161786) married Gunnild of Dunbar (see #80892), son of Waltheof (--?--) and Sigred (--?--). She died in 1174.

161722. Richard18 De Morville;; Constable of Scotland married Avice of Lancaster (see #161723), daughter of William of Lancaster. He died in 1189.

Children of Richard18 De Morville and Avice of Lancaster (see #161723) were:

·                  80861. i. Elena17.

161723. Avice of18 Lancaster (William, #323446) married Richard De Morville (see #161722).

161726. Bertrun18 De Verdun.

Children of Bertrun18 De Verdun and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80863. i. Lesceline17.

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161762. Hugh de18 Grentesmesnil Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Hugh de18 Grentesmesnil and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80881. i. Adeliza de17.

161764. Alberic de18 Ver was buried at Colne Priory. He was born before 1040. He died in 1088. He died in 1112 at Colne Priory.

He 'ALBERICKE DE VEARE coming into England with William the Conqueror was the 7: Earle of Guysnes who being honored with many possessions in Essex, built a Monastrye at Colne where hee lyeth buried.' *p. 164, Suffolk in the XVIIth Century The Breviary of Suffolk by Robert Reyce in 1618. John Murray, London, 1902. Source

Children of Alberic de18 Ver and Beatrix Countess of Ghisnes (see #161765) were as follows:

·                  80882. i. Alberic le17.

·                  ii. .

Geoffrey le Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iii. .

Roger le Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iv. .

Robert le Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  v. .

William le Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

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161765. Beatrix Countess of18 Ghisnes Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

161766. Gilbert FitzRichard de18 Clare (Richard, #323532) was born before 1066. He was born before 1066. He married Adeliza de Clermont (see #161767), daughter of Hugh de Clermont and Marguerite de Montdidier, in 1113. He married Adeliza de Clermont, daughter of Hugh de Clermont and Marguerite de Montdidier, in 1113. He died after 1114. He died after 1114.

He was also known as Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare. Source Source

Children of Gilbert FitzRichard de18 Clare and Adeliza de Clermont (see #161767) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Walter de17 Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  ii. .

Adeliza de Cokayne says she was either a daughter of (one of several) Gilbert de \Clare\s or daughter of Robert de Yvery. SSource

·                  iii. Richard de; died 15 Apr 1136 at Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

He was also known as 1rst Earl of Hertford. He '... being one of those, who by power of the sword entered Wales, there planted himself and became lord of vast territories, as also of diverse castles in those parts, but requiring other matters of moment from the king, in which he was unsuccessful, he reared the standard of revolt, and soon after fell in an engagement with the Welsh. His lordship in 1124 removed the monks out of his castle at Clare into the church of St. Augustine, at Stoke, and bestowed upon them a little wood, called Stoke-Ho, with a doe every year out of his park at Hunedene.' *Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 119. Source

·                  iv. Richard de; died 15 Apr 1136 at Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

He was also known as 1rst Earl of Hertford. He '... being one of those, who by power of the sword entered Wales, there planted himself and became lord of vast territories, as also of diverse castles in those parts, but requiring other matters of moment from the king, in which he was unsuccessful, he reared the standard of revolt, and soon after fell in an engagement with the Welsh. His lordship in 1124 removed the monks out of his castle at Clare into the church of St. Augustine, at Stoke, and bestowed upon them a little wood, called Stoke-Ho, with a doe every year out of his park at Hunedene.' *Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 119. Source

·                  v. .

Baldwin de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  vi. .

Margaret de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  vii. .

Margaret de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  viii. .

Hervey de '... famous in the conquest of Ireland, by the name of Hervey de Monte Mariscoe, but d. a monk at Canterbury.' Source

·                  ix. .

Walter de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  80883. x. Adeliza de.

·                  xi. .

Hervey de '... famous in the conquest of Ireland, by the name of Hervey de Monte Mariscoe, but d. a monk at Canterbury.' Source

·                  xii. .

Baldwin de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  xiii. Rohese de; born circa 1090; born circa 1090; married an unknown person circa 1113; married an unknown person circa 1113; died 1149; died 1149.

She was also known as Rohese de Clare. SSource SSource

·                  xiv. Gilbert FitzGilbert de; buried at Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire; buried at Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire; born circa 1100; born circa 1100; died between 6 Jan 1146 and 1147; died between 6 Jan 1146 and 1147.

He was also known as 1rst Earl of Pembroke. He was also known as 1rst Earl of Pembroke. He was also known as Gilbert FitzGilbert de Clare. He '... having obtained from King Henry I. a license to enjoy all the lands he should win in Wales, marched a large force into Cardiganshire, and brought the whole country under subjection: here he soon afterwards built two strong castles; and his power increasing, he was created by King Stephen, in 1138, Earl of Pembroke.' Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 120. Source He '... having obtained from King Henry I. a license to enjoy all the lands he should win in Wales, marched a large force into Cardiganshire, and brought the whole country under subjection: here he soon afterwards built two strong castles; and his power increasing, he was created by King Stephen, in 1138, Earl of Pembroke.' Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 120. Source

161767. Adeliza de18 Clermont (Hugh, #323534) was born circa 1058. She was born circa 1058. She married Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare (see #161766), son of Richard de Tonbridge de Clare Fitzgilbert and Rohese Giffard, in 1113. She married Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare, son of Richard de Tonbridge de Clare Fitzgilbert and Rohese Giffard, in 1113. She married Bouchard de Montmorency after 1114. She married Bouchard de Montmorency after 1114.

She was also known as Adeliza de Clermont. SSource SSource

161768. Fulk V18 (--?--) (Fulk, #323536) was born in 1092. He married Eremburge (--?--) (see #161769), daughter of Elie de Beaugency Count of Maine and Matilda of Chateau-du-Loir, in 1110. He married Melesinda (--?--) in 1129. He died on 13 Nov 1144 at Plain of Acre.

He was also known as Count of Anjou. Source

Children of Fulk V18 (--?--) and Eremburge (--?--) (see #161769) were as follows:

·                  i. Elie II Count of Maine17; died between 15 Jan 1150 and 1151.

Source

·                  ii. Isabella (Matilda); born 1107 at Anjou, France; married an unknown person Jun 1119 at Liseaux, France; died 1154.

She was also known as Abbess of Fontevrault. She Burke's Guide to the Royal Family gives date of birth as 1111. SSource

·                  80884. iii. Geoffrey V.

·                  iv. Sybilla of; born 1116; born 1116; married an unknown person 1123; married an unknown person 1123; married an unknown person 1134; married an unknown person 1134; died 1165 at Abbey of St. Lazarus, Bethlehem; died 1165 at Abbey of St. Lazarus, Bethlehem.

She was also known as Sybilla of Anjou. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MEN Annulment. SSource Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MEN Annulment. SSource Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _FA1 in 1124. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _FA1 in 1124.

161769. Eremburge18 (--?--) (Elie Beaugency, #323538) married Fulk V (--?--) (see #161768), son of Fulk IV (--?--) and Bertrade de Montfort, in 1110. She died in 1126.

She was also known as Countess of Maine. SSource

161772. William de18 Warrenne Earl of Surrey (William, #323544) was born circa 1051 at of Gournay, Normandy. He married Isabel de Vermandois (see #161773), daughter of Hugh de Crepi Count of Vermandois and Adelaide de Vermandois, circa 1119. He died on 11 May 1138.

Source

Children of William de18 Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Isabel de Vermandois (see #161773) were as follows:

·                  i. Adelaide de17; married an unknown person 1139; died 1178.

SSource

·                  ii. .

Reginald de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  80886. iii. William de Earl of Surrey.

·                  iv. .

Ralph de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  v. Gundred de; buried at Kelso, Roxburgh, Scotland; born circa 1120 at Of Warwick, Warwickshire, England; married an unknown person circa 1138; married an unknown person circa 1154; died after 1166 at Warwickshire, England.

She was also known as Countess. SSource

161773. Isabel de18 Vermandois (Hugh Crepi, #323546) was buried at Lewes, Sussex. She married Robert de Beaumont 1rst Earl of Leicester in 1096. She married William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey (see #161772), son of William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Gundred de Fleming, circa 1119. She died between 13 Feb 1130 and 1131.

She Also known as Elizabeth de Crepi (see Tompsett). SSource

.

161774. Robert de18 Belesme Earl of Shrewsbury Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Robert de18 Belesme Earl of Shrewsbury and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80887. i. Adela17.

161784. Waltheof18 (--?--) (Gospatric, #323568) Lord of Allerdale married Sigred (--?--) (see #161785).

Children of Waltheof18 (--?--) and Sigred (--?--) (see #161785) were:

·                  80892. i. Gunnild of17.

161785. Sigred18 (--?--) married Waltheof (--?--) (see #161784), son of Gospatric I (--?--).

161786. Fergus of18 Galloway married Elizabeth (--?--) (see #161787), daughter of King Henry I (Beauclerc) Anjou. He died on 12 May 1166.

Children of Fergus of18 Galloway and Elizabeth (--?--) (see #161787) were:

·                  80893. i. Uchtred of17.

161787. Elizabeth18 (--?--) (Henry Anjou, #323574) married Fergus of Galloway (see #161786).

Generation Nineteen

306202 . William19 Maudit (Robert, #80532) (see #40266 )

306203 . Alice19 De Newburg (Waleran Warick, #80534) (see #40267 )

306314 . William19 Maudit (Robert, #80532) (see #40266 )

306315 . Alice19 De Newburg (Waleran Warick, #80534) (see #40267 )

306332. King Alfonso IX of19 Leon (Fernando, #612664) married Berengaria of Castile (see #306333), daughter of King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of Castile and Eleanor of England. He was born in 1166; King of Leon 1188 - 1229. He died in 1229.

Children of King Alfonso IX of19 Leon and Berengaria of Castile (see #306333) were:

·                  153166. i. King Ferdinand III of18.

306333. Berengaria of19 Castile (Alfonso, #612666) married King Alfonso IX of Leon (see #306332), son of King Fernando II of Leon and Urraca of Portugal. She died in 1244.

306366 . King Ferdinand III of19 Castile and Leon (Alfonso Leon, #306332) (see #153166 )

306367 . Countess Johanna19 Ponthieu (see #153167 )

307132. King Alfonso IX of19 Leon (Fernando, #612664) married Berengaria of Castile (see #306333), daughter of King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of Castile and Eleanor of England. He was born in 1166; King of Leon 1188 - 1229. He died in 1229.

Children of King Alfonso IX of19 Leon and Berengaria of Castile (see #306333) were:

·                  153166. i. King Ferdinand III of18.

307133. Berengaria of19 Castile (Alfonso, #612666) married King Alfonso IX of Leon (see #306332), son of King Fernando II of Leon and Urraca of Portugal. She died in 1244.

307140 . Robert19 Maudit (William, #161064) (see #80532 )

307141 . Elizabeth19 Basset (Thurston, #161066) (see #80533 )

307142 . Earl Waleran of19 Warick (Roger De Beaumont, #161068) (see #80534 )

307143 . Alice19 De Harcourt (see #80535 )

307635. Ness19 (--?--).

Children of Ness19 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80857. i. Orabella18.

307636. Sir Robert19 De Beaumont (Robert, #323432) 2nd Earl of Leicester - Justicar of England was born before 1104. He married Amice De Montford (see #161717), daughter of Ralph de Gael De Montford, after Nov 1120. He died on 5 Apr 1168.

Children of Sir Robert19 De Beaumont and Amice De Montford (see #161717) were:

·                  80858. i. Robert18.

307637. Amice19 De Montford (Ralph, #323434) married Sir Robert De Beaumont (see #161716), son of Sir Robert De Beaumont and Isabel De Vermandois, after Nov 1120.

307638. Hugh19 De Grndmesnil.

Children of Hugh19 De Grndmesnil and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80859. i. Pertronilla (Pernall)18.

307640 . Gunnild of19 Dunbar (Waltheof (--?--), #161784) (see #80892 )

307641 . Uchtred of19 Galloway (Fergus, #161786) (see #80893 )

307642. Richard19 De Morville;; Constable of Scotland married Avice of Lancaster (see #161723), daughter of William of Lancaster. He died in 1189.

Children of Richard19 De Morville and Avice of Lancaster (see #161723) were:

·                  80861. i. Elena18.

307643. Avice of19 Lancaster (William, #323446) married Richard De Morville (see #161722).

307646. Bertrun19 De Verdun.

Children of Bertrun19 De Verdun and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80863. i. Lesceline18.

.

307682. Hugh de19 Grentesmesnil Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Hugh de19 Grentesmesnil and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80881. i. Adeliza de18.

307684. Alberic de19 Ver was buried at Colne Priory. He was born before 1040. He died in 1088. He died in 1112 at Colne Priory.

He 'ALBERICKE DE VEARE coming into England with William the Conqueror was the 7: Earle of Guysnes who being honored with many possessions in Essex, built a Monastrye at Colne where hee lyeth buried.' *p. 164, Suffolk in the XVIIth Century The Breviary of Suffolk by Robert Reyce in 1618. John Murray, London, 1902. Source

Children of Alberic de19 Ver and Beatrix Countess of Ghisnes (see #161765) were as follows:

·                  80882. i. Alberic le18.

·                  ii. .

Geoffrey le Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iii. .

Roger le Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  iv. .

Robert le Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  v. .

William le Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

.

307685. Beatrix Countess of19 Ghisnes Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

307686. Gilbert FitzRichard de19 Clare (Richard, #323532) was born before 1066. He was born before 1066. He married Adeliza de Clermont (see #161767), daughter of Hugh de Clermont and Marguerite de Montdidier, in 1113. He married Adeliza de Clermont, daughter of Hugh de Clermont and Marguerite de Montdidier, in 1113. He died after 1114. He died after 1114.

He was also known as Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare. Source Source

Children of Gilbert FitzRichard de19 Clare and Adeliza de Clermont (see #161767) were as follows:

·                  i. .

Walter de18 Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  ii. .

Adeliza de Cokayne says she was either a daughter of (one of several) Gilbert de \Clare\s or daughter of Robert de Yvery. SSource

·                  iii. Richard de; died 15 Apr 1136 at Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

He was also known as 1rst Earl of Hertford. He '... being one of those, who by power of the sword entered Wales, there planted himself and became lord of vast territories, as also of diverse castles in those parts, but requiring other matters of moment from the king, in which he was unsuccessful, he reared the standard of revolt, and soon after fell in an engagement with the Welsh. His lordship in 1124 removed the monks out of his castle at Clare into the church of St. Augustine, at Stoke, and bestowed upon them a little wood, called Stoke-Ho, with a doe every year out of his park at Hunedene.' *Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 119. Source

·                  iv. Richard de; died 15 Apr 1136 at Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

He was also known as 1rst Earl of Hertford. He '... being one of those, who by power of the sword entered Wales, there planted himself and became lord of vast territories, as also of diverse castles in those parts, but requiring other matters of moment from the king, in which he was unsuccessful, he reared the standard of revolt, and soon after fell in an engagement with the Welsh. His lordship in 1124 removed the monks out of his castle at Clare into the church of St. Augustine, at Stoke, and bestowed upon them a little wood, called Stoke-Ho, with a doe every year out of his park at Hunedene.' *Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 119. Source

·                  v. .

Baldwin de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  vi. .

Margaret de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  vii. .

Margaret de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  viii. .

Hervey de '... famous in the conquest of Ireland, by the name of Hervey de Monte Mariscoe, but d. a monk at Canterbury.' Source

·                  ix. .

Walter de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  80883. x. Adeliza de.

·                  xi. .

Hervey de '... famous in the conquest of Ireland, by the name of Hervey de Monte Mariscoe, but d. a monk at Canterbury.' Source

·                  xii. .

Baldwin de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  xiii. Rohese de; born circa 1090; born circa 1090; married an unknown person circa 1113; married an unknown person circa 1113; died 1149; died 1149.

She was also known as Rohese de Clare. SSource SSource

·                  xiv. Gilbert FitzGilbert de; buried at Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire; buried at Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire; born circa 1100; born circa 1100; died between 6 Jan 1146 and 1147; died between 6 Jan 1146 and 1147.

He was also known as 1rst Earl of Pembroke. He was also known as 1rst Earl of Pembroke. He was also known as Gilbert FitzGilbert de Clare. He '... having obtained from King Henry I. a license to enjoy all the lands he should win in Wales, marched a large force into Cardiganshire, and brought the whole country under subjection: here he soon afterwards built two strong castles; and his power increasing, he was created by King Stephen, in 1138, Earl of Pembroke.' Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 120. Source He '... having obtained from King Henry I. a license to enjoy all the lands he should win in Wales, marched a large force into Cardiganshire, and brought the whole country under subjection: here he soon afterwards built two strong castles; and his power increasing, he was created by King Stephen, in 1138, Earl of Pembroke.' Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 120. Source

307687. Adeliza de19 Clermont (Hugh, #323534) was born circa 1058. She was born circa 1058. She married Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare (see #161766), son of Richard de Tonbridge de Clare Fitzgilbert and Rohese Giffard, in 1113. She married Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare, son of Richard de Tonbridge de Clare Fitzgilbert and Rohese Giffard, in 1113. She married Bouchard de Montmorency after 1114. She married Bouchard de Montmorency after 1114.

She was also known as Adeliza de Clermont. SSource SSource

307688. Fulk V19 (--?--) (Fulk, #323536) was born in 1092. He married Eremburge (--?--) (see #161769), daughter of Elie de Beaugency Count of Maine and Matilda of Chateau-du-Loir, in 1110. He married Melesinda (--?--) in 1129. He died on 13 Nov 1144 at Plain of Acre.

He was also known as Count of Anjou. Source

Children of Fulk V19 (--?--) and Eremburge (--?--) (see #161769) were as follows:

·                  i. Elie II Count of Maine18; died between 15 Jan 1150 and 1151.

Source

·                  ii. Isabella (Matilda); born 1107 at Anjou, France; married an unknown person Jun 1119 at Liseaux, France; died 1154.

She was also known as Abbess of Fontevrault. She Burke's Guide to the Royal Family gives date of birth as 1111. SSource

·                  80884. iii. Geoffrey V.

·                  iv. Sybilla of; born 1116; born 1116; married an unknown person 1123; married an unknown person 1123; married an unknown person 1134; married an unknown person 1134; died 1165 at Abbey of St. Lazarus, Bethlehem; died 1165 at Abbey of St. Lazarus, Bethlehem.

She was also known as Sybilla of Anjou. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MEN Annulment. SSource Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MEN Annulment. SSource Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _FA1 in 1124. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _FA1 in 1124.

307689. Eremburge19 (--?--) (Elie Beaugency, #323538) married Fulk V (--?--) (see #161768), son of Fulk IV (--?--) and Bertrade de Montfort, in 1110. She died in 1126.

She was also known as Countess of Maine. SSource

307692. William de19 Warrenne Earl of Surrey (William, #323544) was born circa 1051 at of Gournay, Normandy. He married Isabel de Vermandois (see #161773), daughter of Hugh de Crepi Count of Vermandois and Adelaide de Vermandois, circa 1119. He died on 11 May 1138.

Source

Children of William de19 Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Isabel de Vermandois (see #161773) were as follows:

·                  i. Adelaide de18; married an unknown person 1139; died 1178.

SSource

·                  ii. .

Reginald de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  80886. iii. William de Earl of Surrey.

·                  iv. .

Ralph de Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

·                  v. Gundred de; buried at Kelso, Roxburgh, Scotland; born circa 1120 at Of Warwick, Warwickshire, England; married an unknown person circa 1138; married an unknown person circa 1154; died after 1166 at Warwickshire, England.

She was also known as Countess. SSource

307693. Isabel de19 Vermandois (Hugh Crepi, #323546) was buried at Lewes, Sussex. She married Robert de Beaumont 1rst Earl of Leicester in 1096. She married William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey (see #161772), son of William de Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Gundred de Fleming, circa 1119. She died between 13 Feb 1130 and 1131.

She Also known as Elizabeth de Crepi (see Tompsett). SSource

.

307694. Robert de19 Belesme Earl of Shrewsbury Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Robert de19 Belesme Earl of Shrewsbury and an unknown spouse were:

·                  80887. i. Adela18.

307704. Waltheof19 (--?--) (Gospatric, #323568) Lord of Allerdale married Sigred (--?--) (see #161785).

Children of Waltheof19 (--?--) and Sigred (--?--) (see #161785) were:

·                  80892. i. Gunnild of18.

307705. Sigred19 (--?--) married Waltheof (--?--) (see #161784), son of Gospatric I (--?--).

307706. Fergus of19 Galloway married Elizabeth (--?--) (see #161787), daughter of King Henry I (Beauclerc) Anjou. He died on 12 May 1166.

Children of Fergus of19 Galloway and Elizabeth (--?--) (see #161787) were:

·                  80893. i. Uchtred of18.

307707. Elizabeth19 (--?--) (Henry Anjou, #323574) married Fergus of Galloway (see #161786).

322112. William19 De Beauchamp (Walter, #644224) Sheriff of Worcestershire married Maud de Braose (see #322113), daughter of William de Braose and Maud St Valerie, circa 1137. He was born in 1137. He died after 1169.

Children of William19 De Beauchamp and Maud de Braose (see #322113) were:

·                  161056. i. William18.

322113. Maud19 de Braose (William, #644226) married William De Beauchamp (see #322112), son of Walter De Beauchamp and Emmeline D'Abitot, circa 1137. She died in 1202.

322114. Sir Thomas19 Walerie.

Children of Sir Thomas19 Walerie and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161057. i. Joan18.

322120. Ralph19 De Mortimer (Roger, #644240) married Millicent (--?--) (see #322121).

Children of Ralph19 De Mortimer and Millicent (--?--) (see #322121) were:

·                  161060. i. Hugh18.

322121. Millicent19 (--?--) married Ralph De Mortimer (see #322120), son of Roger De Mortimer.

322122. William19 De Machines (Randulf De Meschines, #322154) married Cecily De Rumilly (see #322123), daughter of Robert De Rumilly. He was born circa 1100.

Children of William19 De Machines and Cecily De Rumilly (see #322123) were:

·                  161061. i. Maud18.

322123. Cecily19 De Rumilly (Robert, #644246) married William De Machines (see #322122), son of Randulf De Meschines and Countess Lucy of Chester. She was born circa 1100.

322124. Robert19 De Ferrieres (Robert De Ferrers, #644248) 2nd Earl of Derby married Margaret Peverell (see #322125), daughter of William (the Younger) Peverell and Avice De Lancaster, circa 1090. He was born in 1090. He was buried in 1141 at Merevale Abbey, Warwickshire, Warickshire, England.

Children of Robert19 De Ferrieres and Margaret Peverell (see #322125) were:

·                  161062. i. William18.

322125. Margaret19 Peverell (William, #644250) married Robert De Ferrieres (see #322124), son of Sir Robert De Ferrers and Hawsie De Vitre, circa 1090.

322126. William19 De Braose (Philio, #644252) was born in 1112. He married Bertha of Gloucester (see #322127), daughter of Miles De Pitres and Sybil De Neufmarche, circa 1150. He died circa 1192.

Children of William19 De Braose and Bertha of Gloucester (see #322127) were as follows:

·                  644226. i. William18.

·                  161063. ii. Sybil.

322127. Bertha of19 Gloucester (Miles De Pitres, #644254) was born in 1123. She married William De Braose (see #322126), son of Philio De Braose and Aenor Totenais, circa 1150.

322130. Simon19 St Liz (Simon, #644260) was born after 1103. He died in Aug 1153.

Children of Simon19 St Liz and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161065. i. Isabel18.

322136. Henry19 De Beaumont (Roger, #644272) 1st Earl of Warwick was born circa 1045. He married Margaret De Peche (see #322137) before 1100. He died on 20 Jun 1119.

Children of Henry19 De Beaumont and Margaret De Peche (see #322137) were:

·                  161068. i. Roger18.

322137. Margaret19 De Peche was born in 1067. She married Henry De Beaumont (see #322136), son of Roger De Beaumont and Aelaide De Meulan, before 1100. She died circa 1156.

322138. William19 De Warrenne (William, #644276) married Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139), daughter of Hugh Magnus and Adelaide De Vermandois. He was born in 1051. He died in 1138.

Children of William19 De Warrenne and Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139) were:

·                  161069. i. Gundred18.

322139. Isabel19 De Vermandois (Hugh Magnus, #644278) married Sir Robert De Beaumont (see #323432). She married William De Warrenne, son of William De Warrenne and Guntred De Fleming. She died on 13 Feb 1131.

322152. Sir Gilbert19 De Clare (Gilbert Fitz Richard, #644304) was born; Earl of Pembroke. He married Isabel Elizabeth De Beaumont (see #322153), daughter of Sir Robert De Beaumont and Isabel De Vermandois. He died on 6 Jan 1147.

Children of Sir Gilbert19 De Clare and Isabel Elizabeth De Beaumont (see #322153) were:

·                  161076. i. Richard18.

322153. Isabel Elizabeth19 De Beaumont (Robert, #323432) married Sir Gilbert De Clare (see #322152), son of Gilbert Fitz Richard and Adelica (Aliice) de Cleremont.

322154. Randulf19 De Meschines (Randulf, #644308) married Countess Lucy of Chester (see #322155). He married Maud D'Avranches, daughter of Richard Legoz and Emma De Conteville. He married Maud D'Avranches, daughter of Richard Legoz and Emma De Conteville. He was born circa 1050. He was born in 1050. He was born circa 1070. He died circa 1128. He died in 1129.

He was also known as Randulf De Meschines. He was also known as Randulf De Meschines Viscount de Bayeux.

Children of Randulf19 De Meschines and Countess Lucy of Chester (see #322155) were as follows:

·                  161077. i. Alice18.

·                  322122. ii. William.

322155. Countess Lucy of19 Chester married Randulf De Meschines (see #322154), son of Randulf De Meschines and Alix (Alice) (--?--).

322156. Richard (Hasculfe)19 St Hilaire.

Children of Richard (Hasculfe)19 St Hilaire and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161078. i. James18.

322160 . Roger19 Bigod (see #80880 )

322161 . Adeliza de19 Grentesmesnil (Hugh, #161762) (see #80881 )

322162 . Alberic le19 Vere (Alberic Ver, #161764) (see #80882 )

322163 . Adeliza de19 Clare (Gilbert, #161766) (see #80883 )

322164 . Geoffrey V19 Plantagenet (Fulk (--?--), #161768) (see #80884 )

322165 . Adelaide de19 Angers (see #80885 )

322166 . William de19 Warrenne Earl of Surrey (William, #161772) (see #80886 )

322167 . Adela19 Talvace (Robert Belesme, #161774) (see #80887 )

322170. Walter19 de Salisbury was born; Sheriff of Wiltshire - Founder of Bradenstock Priory. He died in 1147.

Children of Walter19 de Salisbury and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161085. i. Sybil18.

322172. Sir Gilbert19 De Clare (Gilbert Fitz Richard, #644304) was born; Earl of Pembroke. He married Isabel Elizabeth De Beaumont (see #322153), daughter of Sir Robert De Beaumont and Isabel De Vermandois. He died on 6 Jan 1147.

Children of Sir Gilbert19 De Clare and Isabel Elizabeth De Beaumont (see #322153) were:

·                  161076. i. Richard18.

322173. Isabel Elizabeth19 De Beaumont (Robert, #323432) married Sir Gilbert De Clare (see #322152), son of Gilbert Fitz Richard and Adelica (Aliice) de Cleremont.

322174. Diarmait19 Macmurchada (Donnchad, #644348) married Mor (--?--) (see #322175), daughter of Muirchertach ua Tuathail (O'Toole. He was born in 1100; King of Leinster. He died on 1 Jan 1171.

Children of Diarmait19 Macmurchada and Mor (--?--) (see #322175) were:

·                  161087. i. Aoife (Eve)18.

322175. Mor19 (--?--) (Muirchertach Tuathail (O'Toole, #644350) married Diarmait Macmurchada (see #322174), son of Donnchad Macmurchada and Orlaith (--?--).

323432. Sir Robert19 De Beaumont married Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139), daughter of Hugh Magnus and Adelaide De Vermandois. He died on 5 Jun 1118.

Children of Sir Robert19 De Beaumont and Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139) were as follows:

·                  322153. i. Isabel Elizabeth18.

·                  161716. ii. Sir Robert.

323433. Isabel19 De Vermandois (Hugh Magnus, #644278) married Sir Robert De Beaumont (see #323432). She married William De Warrenne, son of William De Warrenne and Guntred De Fleming. She died on 13 Feb 1131.

323434. Ralph de Gael19 De Montford (Ralph De Gael, #646868).

Children of Ralph de Gael19 De Montford and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161717. i. Amice18.

323440. Waltheof19 (--?--) (Gospatric, #323568) Lord of Allerdale married Sigred (--?--) (see #161785).

Children of Waltheof19 (--?--) and Sigred (--?--) (see #161785) were:

·                  80892. i. Gunnild of18.

323441. Sigred19 (--?--) married Waltheof (--?--) (see #161784), son of Gospatric I (--?--).

323442. Fergus of19 Galloway married Elizabeth (--?--) (see #161787), daughter of King Henry I (Beauclerc) Anjou. He died on 12 May 1166.

Children of Fergus of19 Galloway and Elizabeth (--?--) (see #161787) were:

·                  80893. i. Uchtred of18.

323443. Elizabeth19 (--?--) (Henry Anjou, #323574) married Fergus of Galloway (see #161786).

323446. William of19 Lancaster.

Children of William of19 Lancaster and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161723. i. Avice of18.

323532. Richard de Tonbridge de19 Clare Fitzgilbert (Gilbert Crispin, #647064) was buried at St. Neots, Huntingdon. He was buried at St. Neots, Huntingdon. He was born circa 1024 at Bienfaite, Normandy. He was born circa 1024 at Bienfaite, Normandy. He died circa 1090 at in a skirmish with the Welsh. He died circa 1090 at in a skirmish with the Welsh.

He was also known as Richard de Tonbridge de Clare Fitzgilbert. He He 'accompanied his kinsman, William the Conqueror, into England, and was rewarded by him with no less than 176 Lordships, of which 95 were in Suffolk, attached to the Honour of Clare, which honour, with the Castle of Clare, as also the Castle of Tonbridge in Kent, he obtained, becoming thus Lord of Clare and of Tonbridge. During the King's absence he was Joint Chief Justiciar, and as such, suppressed the revolt of 1075.' *-Cokayne, p 242 *Burke's Dormant & Extinct: *'Richard Fitzgilbert, having accompanied the Conqueror into England, participated in the spoils of conquest, and obtained extensive possessions in the new and old dominions of his royal leader and kinsman. In 1073 (6th William the Conqueror) we find him joined under the designation of Ricardus de Benefacta, with William de Warren, in the great office of Justiciary of England; with whom, in three years afterwards, he was in arms, against the rebellious lords, Robert de Britolio, Earl of Hereford, and Ralph Waher, or Guader, Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, and behaved with great gallantry. But afterwards, at the time of the General Survey, which was towards the close of William's reign, he is called Ricardus de Tonebruge, from his seat at Tonebruge (now Tunbridge), in Kent, which town and castle he obtained from the archbishop of Canterbury, in lieu of the castle of Brion; at which time he enjoyed thirty-eight lordships in Surrey, thirty-five in Essex, three in Cambridgeshire, with some others in Wilts. and Devon, and ninety-five in Suffolk, amongst those was Clare, whence he was occasionally styled Richard de \Clare\; and that place in a few years afterwards becoming the chief seat of his family, his descendants are said to have assumed thereupon the title of Earls of Clare.' He He 'accompanied his kinsman, William the Conqueror, into England, and was rewarded by him with no less than 176 Lordships, of which 95 were in Suffolk, attached to the Honour of Clare, which honour, with the Castle of Clare, as also the Castle of Tonbridge in Kent, he obtained, becoming thus Lord of Clare and of Tonbridge. During the King's absence he was Joint Chief Justiciar, and as such, suppressed the revolt of 1075.' *-Cokayne, p 242 *Burke's Dormant & Extinct: *'Richard Fitzgilbert, having accompanied the Conqueror into England, participated in the spoils of conquest, and obtained extensive possessions in the new and old dominions of his royal leader and kinsman. In 1073 (6th William the Conqueror) we find him joined under the designation of Ricardus de Benefacta, with William de Warren, in the great office of Justiciary of England; with whom, in three years afterwards, he was in arms, against the rebellious lords, Robert de Britolio, Earl of Hereford, and Ralph Waher, or Guader, Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, and behaved with great gallantry. But afterwards, at the time of the General Survey, which was towards the close of William's reign, he is called Ricardus de Tonebruge, from his seat at Tonebruge (now Tunbridge), in Kent, which town and castle he obtained from the archbishop of Canterbury, in lieu of the castle of Brion; at which time he enjoyed thirty-eight lordships in Surrey, thirty-five in Essex, three in Cambridgeshire, with some others in Wilts. and Devon, and ninety-five in Suffolk, amongst those was Clare, whence he was occasionally styled Richard de \Clare\; and that place in a few years afterwards becoming the chief seat of his family, his descendants are said to have assumed thereupon the title of Earls of Clare.' Source Source

Children of Richard de Tonbridge de19 Clare Fitzgilbert and Rohese Giffard (see #323533) were as follows:

·                  i. Roger FitzRichard de18; born circa 1050 at Normandy; born circa 1050 at Normandy; died after Sep 1131; died after Sep 1131.

He was also known as Roger FitzRichard de Clare. Source Source

·                  ii. Walter FitzRichard de; born circa 1058; born circa 1058; died between 10 Mar 1137 and 1138; died between 10 Mar 1137 and 1138.

He was also known as Walter FitzRichard de Clare. Source Source

·                  iii. Richard FitzRichard de; born 1062; died 1107.

Source

·                  iv. Robert FitzRichard de; born 1062; born 1064; born 1064; died 1107; married an unknown person 1112; married an unknown person 1112; died 1136; died 1136.

He was also known as Richard FitzRichard de Clare. He was also known as Robert FitzRichard de Clare. Source Source Source

·                  161766. v. Gilbert FitzRichard de.

·                  vi. Rohese Fitzrichard de; born 1067 at Tunbridge, Kent; born 1067 at Tunbridge, Kent; married an unknown person circa 1088; married an unknown person circa 1088; died 1121; died 1121.

She was also known as Rohese Fitzrichard de Clare. SSource SSource

323533. Rohese19 Giffard (Walter, #647066) was born in 1034 at Longueville, Normandy. She was born in 1034 at Longueville, Normandy. She died after 1133. She died after 1133.

She was also known as Rohese Giffard. SSource SSource

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323534. Hugh de19 Clermont Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Hugh de19 Clermont and Marguerite de Montdidier (see #323535) were:

·                  161767. i. Adeliza de18.

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323535. Marguerite de19 Montdidier (Huilduin, #647070) Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

323536. Fulk IV19 (--?--) (Geoffrey Chateau-Landon, #647072) was born in 1043. He married Ermengarde (--?--) in 1070. He married Arengarde (--?--) between 21 Jan 1086 and 1087. He married Bertrade de Montfort (see #323537), daughter of Simon I de Montfort and Agnes D'Evereaux, in 1089. He died on 14 Apr 1109.

Source Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MEN Annulment. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MEN Annulment.

Children of Fulk IV19 (--?--) and Bertrade de Montfort (see #323537) were as follows:

·                  i. Ermengarde18; born circa 1090; born circa 1090; died 1 Jun 1146; died 1 Jun 1146.

She was also known as Ermengarde d'Anjou. SSource SSource

·                  ii. Geoffrey of; born circa 1091; born circa 1091; died 1106; died 1106.

He was also known as Geoffrey of Anjou. Source Source

·                  161768. iii. Fulk V.

323537. Bertrade de19 Montfort (Simon, #647074) was born circa 1059. She was born circa 1059. She married Fulk IV (--?--) (see #323536), son of Geoffrey II de Chateau-Landon and Ermengarde (--?--), in 1089. She married Fulk IV (--?--), son of Geoffrey II de Chateau-Landon and Ermengarde (--?--), in 1089. She married Philip I King of France on 15 May 1092. She married Philip I King of France on 15 May 1092. She died between 14 Feb 1116 and 1117 at Fontevrault, France. She died between 14 Feb 1116 and 1117 at Fontevrault, France.

She was also known as Bertrade de Montfort. Her married name was. Her married name was. SSource SSource

.

323538. Elie de19 Beaugency Count of Maine Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Elie de19 Beaugency Count of Maine and Matilda of Chateau-du-Loir (see #323539) were:

·                  161769. i. Eremburge18.

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323539. Matilda of19 Chateau-du-Loir Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

323544. William de19 Warrenne Earl of Surrey (Ralph Warren, #647088) was born circa 1017 at of Varenne & Bellencombe, Seine Inferieure, France. He died on 24 Jun 1088 at Lewes, Sussex.

He According to Cokayne (The Complete Peerage, p 568) William de \Warrenne\ arrived in England with William the Conqueror, 'and having distinguished himself at the Battle of Hastings, obtained an immense portion of the public spoliation. He had large grants of lands in several counties amongst which were the Barony of Lewes in Sussex, and the manors of Carletune and Benington in Lincolnshire. So extensive indeed were those grants that his possessions resembled more the domains of a sovereign prince than the estates of a subject. He enjoyed, too, in the highest degree, the confidence of the king, and was appointed joint justice-general, with Richard de Benefactis, for administering justice throughout the whole realm. While in that office, some great disturbers of the public peace having refused to appear before him and his colleague, in obedience to citation, the Earl took up arms, and defeated the rebels in a battle at Fagadune, when he is said, for the purpose of striking terror, to have cut off the right foot of each of his prisoners. Of those rebels, Ralph Wahir or Guader, Earl of Norfolk, and Roger, Earl of Hereford, were the ringleaders. His lordship was likewise highly esteemed by King William Rufus, and was created by that monarch Earl of Surrey. *This potent noble built the castle of Holt, and founded the priory of Lewes in Sussex. He resided principally at the castle of Lewes, in Sussex, and had besides Castle Acre in Norfolk and noble castles at Coningsburg and Sandal. He d. 24 June, 1088, and Dugdale gives the following curious account of his parting hour: 'It is reported that this Earl William did violently detain certain lands from the monks of Ely; for which, being often admonished by the abbot, and not making restitution, he died miserably. And, though his death happened very far off the isle of Ely, the same night he died, the abbot lying quietly in his bed, and meditating on heavenly things, heard the soul of this earl, in its carriage away by the devil, cry out loudly, and with a known and distinct voice, 'Lord have mercy on me, Lord have mercy on me'. And, moreover, that the next day after, the abbot acquainted all the monks in the chapter therewith. And likewise that about four days after, there came a messenger to them from the wife of this earl, with 100 shillings for the good of his soul, who told them that he died the very hour that the abbot had heard the outcry. But that neither the abbot nor any of the monks would receive it; not thinking it safe for them to take the money of a damned person'. 'If this part of the story', adds Dugdale, 'as to the abbot's hearing the noise, be no truer than the last, viz., that his lady sent him 100 shillings, I shall deem it to be a mere fiction, in regard the lady was certainly dead about three years before'.' *Younger son. Cokayne stated that Lloyd, in the Yorkshire Archaelogical Journal, vol. xxxi, pp. 107-10, shows that Rodulf and his br. William could not have been children of their father's 2nd marriage.' Therefore the IGI/LDS is considered incorrect. **More About EARL OF SURREY WILLIAM DE WARREN: Ancestral File Number: GXQC-Z6 Burial: Priory Of Lewes, Lewes, Sussex Cy, England. Source

Children of William de19 Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Gundred de Fleming (see #323545) all born at of Gournay, Normandy, were as follows:

·                  i. Editha de18; born circa 1039.

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·                  ii. Reginald de; died at Sine prole; born circa 1042.

Source

·                  161772. iii. William de Earl of Surrey.

·                  iv. Gundred de; born circa 1053.

SSource

323545. Gundred de19 Fleming (Gerbod, #647090) was born circa 1023 at Normandy. She died on 27 May 1085 at in childbirth.

She Possibly the stepdaughter of William The Conqueror. Cokayne states such in one section of his work, but he also details specific discussions from other learned works that disprove these theories of daughter or step-daughter. See his Vol. 5-XII/1, p. 494, footnote j and his own Appendix A (pp. 40-46) for details. *Burke's Dormant and Extinct Gentry states that <a href='http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/cgi-bin/gedlkup/n=royal?royal01389'>Gundre d</a> was the daughter of William the Conqueror, but Brian Tompsett says this has been disproven. *<a href='http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/cgi-bin/gedlkup/n=royal?royal05573'>Tompse tt</a> states 'It was thought that Matilda (Gundred) married William de Warren, 1st Earl of Surrey. That has since been disproved. For details see 'Early Yorkshire Charters' by C.T. Clay or 'Études sur Quelques Points de l'Histoire de Guillame le Conquérant' by H. Prentout described under Surrey in 'The Complete Peerage' by G.E. Gibbs.' *. SSource

323546. Hugh de19 Crepi Count of Vermandois (Henry Capet, #647092) was born in 1057. He died on 18 Oct 1102.

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Children of Hugh de19 Crepi Count of Vermandois and Adelaide de Vermandois (see #323547) were:

·                  161773. i. Isabel de18.

323547. Adelaide de19 Vermandois (Herbert, #647094) died in 1123.

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323568. Gospatric I19 (--?--) (Maldred Carlisle, #647136) Earl of Northumberland - 1st Earl of Dunbar - visited Rome 1061 was born in 1040. He died circa 1074.

Children of Gospatric I19 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161784. i. Waltheof18.

323574. King Henry I (Beauclerc)19 Anjou (William (--?--), #647148) married Matilda of Scotland, daughter of King Malcolm III pf Scotland and Margaret (--?--). He married Sybilla Corbet. He married Mabel Fitzhamon, daughter of Robert Fitzhamon and Sibyl De Montomery.

Children of King Henry I (Beauclerc)19 Anjou and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161787. i. Elizabeth18.

Generation Twenty

612404 . Robert20 Maudit (William, #161064) (see #80532 )

612405 . Elizabeth20 Basset (Thurston, #161066) (see #80533 )

612406 . Earl Waleran of20 Warick (Roger De Beaumont, #161068) (see #80534 )

612407 . Alice20 De Harcourt (see #80535 )

612628 . Robert20 Maudit (William, #161064) (see #80532 )

612629 . Elizabeth20 Basset (Thurston, #161066) (see #80533 )

612630 . Earl Waleran of20 Warick (Roger De Beaumont, #161068) (see #80534 )

612631 . Alice20 De Harcourt (see #80535 )

612664. King Fernando II of20 Leon (Alfonso Castile and Leon, #.1E+7) was born; King of Leon 1157 - 1158. He married Urraca of Portugal (see #612665), daughter of King Alfonso I of Portugal and Maud (Matilda) of Savoy, in 1160. He died in 1188.

Children of King Fernando II of20 Leon and Urraca of Portugal (see #612665) were:

·                  306332. i. King Alfonso IX of19.

612665. Urraca of20 Portugal (Alfonso, #.1E+7) married King Fernando II of Leon (see #612664), son of King Alfonso VII Castile and Leon and Berenguellla of Barcelona, in 1160. She died in 1178.

612666. King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of20 Castile (Sancho, #.1E+7) was born in 1155; King of Castile 1158-1214. He married Eleanor of England (see #612667), daughter of King Henry II (--?--) and Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine, in 1169. He died in 1214.

Children of King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of20 Castile and Eleanor of England (see #612667) were:

·                  306333. i. Berengaria of19.

612667. Eleanor of20 England (Henry (--?--), #.1E+7) was born in 1161. She married King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of Castile (see #612666), son of King Sancho III Castile and Blanche de Navarre, in 1169. She died in 1214.

612732 . King Alfonso IX of20 Leon (Fernando, #612664) (see #306332 )

612733 . Berengaria of20 Castile (Alfonso, #612666) (see #306333 )

614264. King Fernando II of20 Leon (Alfonso Castile and Leon, #.1E+7) was born; King of Leon 1157 - 1158. He married Urraca of Portugal (see #612665), daughter of King Alfonso I of Portugal and Maud (Matilda) of Savoy, in 1160. He died in 1188.

Children of King Fernando II of20 Leon and Urraca of Portugal (see #612665) were:

·                  306332. i. King Alfonso IX of19.

614265. Urraca of20 Portugal (Alfonso, #.1E+7) married King Fernando II of Leon (see #612664), son of King Alfonso VII Castile and Leon and Berenguellla of Barcelona, in 1160. She died in 1178.

614266. King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of20 Castile (Sancho, #.1E+7) was born in 1155; King of Castile 1158-1214. He married Eleanor of England (see #612667), daughter of King Henry II (--?--) and Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine, in 1169. He died in 1214.

Children of King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of20 Castile and Eleanor of England (see #612667) were:

·                  306333. i. Berengaria of19.

614267. Eleanor of20 England (Henry (--?--), #.1E+7) was born in 1161. She married King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of Castile (see #612666), son of King Sancho III Castile and Blanche de Navarre, in 1169. She died in 1214.

614280 . William20 Maudit (see #161064 )

614281 . Isabel20 St Liz (Simon, #322130) (see #161065 )

614282 . Thurston20 Basset (see #161066 )

614284 . Roger20 De Beaumont (Henry, #322136) (see #161068 )

614285 . Gundred20 De Warrenne (William, #322138) (see #161069 )

615272. Sir Robert20 De Beaumont married Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139), daughter of Hugh Magnus and Adelaide De Vermandois. He died on 5 Jun 1118.

Children of Sir Robert20 De Beaumont and Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139) were as follows:

·                  322153. i. Isabel Elizabeth19.

·                  161716. ii. Sir Robert.

615273. Isabel20 De Vermandois (Hugh Magnus, #644278) married Sir Robert De Beaumont (see #323432). She married William De Warrenne, son of William De Warrenne and Guntred De Fleming. She died on 13 Feb 1131.

615274. Ralph de Gael20 De Montford (Ralph De Gael, #646868).

Children of Ralph de Gael20 De Montford and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161717. i. Amice19.

615280 . Waltheof20 (--?--) (Gospatric, #323568) (see #161784 )

615281 . Sigred20 (--?--) (see #161785 )

615282 . Fergus of20 Galloway (see #161786 )

615283 . Elizabeth20 (--?--) (Henry Anjou, #323574) (see #161787 )

615286. William of20 Lancaster.

Children of William of20 Lancaster and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161723. i. Avice of19.

615372. Richard de Tonbridge de20 Clare Fitzgilbert (Gilbert Crispin, #647064) was buried at St. Neots, Huntingdon. He was buried at St. Neots, Huntingdon. He was born circa 1024 at Bienfaite, Normandy. He was born circa 1024 at Bienfaite, Normandy. He died circa 1090 at in a skirmish with the Welsh. He died circa 1090 at in a skirmish with the Welsh.

He was also known as Richard de Tonbridge de Clare Fitzgilbert. He He 'accompanied his kinsman, William the Conqueror, into England, and was rewarded by him with no less than 176 Lordships, of which 95 were in Suffolk, attached to the Honour of Clare, which honour, with the Castle of Clare, as also the Castle of Tonbridge in Kent, he obtained, becoming thus Lord of Clare and of Tonbridge. During the King's absence he was Joint Chief Justiciar, and as such, suppressed the revolt of 1075.' *-Cokayne, p 242 *Burke's Dormant & Extinct: *'Richard Fitzgilbert, having accompanied the Conqueror into England, participated in the spoils of conquest, and obtained extensive possessions in the new and old dominions of his royal leader and kinsman. In 1073 (6th William the Conqueror) we find him joined under the designation of Ricardus de Benefacta, with William de Warren, in the great office of Justiciary of England; with whom, in three years afterwards, he was in arms, against the rebellious lords, Robert de Britolio, Earl of Hereford, and Ralph Waher, or Guader, Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, and behaved with great gallantry. But afterwards, at the time of the General Survey, which was towards the close of William's reign, he is called Ricardus de Tonebruge, from his seat at Tonebruge (now Tunbridge), in Kent, which town and castle he obtained from the archbishop of Canterbury, in lieu of the castle of Brion; at which time he enjoyed thirty-eight lordships in Surrey, thirty-five in Essex, three in Cambridgeshire, with some others in Wilts. and Devon, and ninety-five in Suffolk, amongst those was Clare, whence he was occasionally styled Richard de \Clare\; and that place in a few years afterwards becoming the chief seat of his family, his descendants are said to have assumed thereupon the title of Earls of Clare.' He He 'accompanied his kinsman, William the Conqueror, into England, and was rewarded by him with no less than 176 Lordships, of which 95 were in Suffolk, attached to the Honour of Clare, which honour, with the Castle of Clare, as also the Castle of Tonbridge in Kent, he obtained, becoming thus Lord of Clare and of Tonbridge. During the King's absence he was Joint Chief Justiciar, and as such, suppressed the revolt of 1075.' *-Cokayne, p 242 *Burke's Dormant & Extinct: *'Richard Fitzgilbert, having accompanied the Conqueror into England, participated in the spoils of conquest, and obtained extensive possessions in the new and old dominions of his royal leader and kinsman. In 1073 (6th William the Conqueror) we find him joined under the designation of Ricardus de Benefacta, with William de Warren, in the great office of Justiciary of England; with whom, in three years afterwards, he was in arms, against the rebellious lords, Robert de Britolio, Earl of Hereford, and Ralph Waher, or Guader, Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, and behaved with great gallantry. But afterwards, at the time of the General Survey, which was towards the close of William's reign, he is called Ricardus de Tonebruge, from his seat at Tonebruge (now Tunbridge), in Kent, which town and castle he obtained from the archbishop of Canterbury, in lieu of the castle of Brion; at which time he enjoyed thirty-eight lordships in Surrey, thirty-five in Essex, three in Cambridgeshire, with some others in Wilts. and Devon, and ninety-five in Suffolk, amongst those was Clare, whence he was occasionally styled Richard de \Clare\; and that place in a few years afterwards becoming the chief seat of his family, his descendants are said to have assumed thereupon the title of Earls of Clare.' Source Source

Children of Richard de Tonbridge de20 Clare Fitzgilbert and Rohese Giffard (see #323533) were as follows:

·                  i. Roger FitzRichard de19; born circa 1050 at Normandy; born circa 1050 at Normandy; died after Sep 1131; died after Sep 1131.

He was also known as Roger FitzRichard de Clare. Source Source

·                  ii. Walter FitzRichard de; born circa 1058; born circa 1058; died between 10 Mar 1137 and 1138; died between 10 Mar 1137 and 1138.

He was also known as Walter FitzRichard de Clare. Source Source

·                  iii. Richard FitzRichard de; born 1062; died 1107.

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·                  iv. Robert FitzRichard de; born 1062; born 1064; born 1064; died 1107; married an unknown person 1112; married an unknown person 1112; died 1136; died 1136.

He was also known as Richard FitzRichard de Clare. He was also known as Robert FitzRichard de Clare. Source Source Source

·                  161766. v. Gilbert FitzRichard de.

·                  vi. Rohese Fitzrichard de; born 1067 at Tunbridge, Kent; born 1067 at Tunbridge, Kent; married an unknown person circa 1088; married an unknown person circa 1088; died 1121; died 1121.

She was also known as Rohese Fitzrichard de Clare. SSource SSource

615373. Rohese20 Giffard (Walter, #647066) was born in 1034 at Longueville, Normandy. She was born in 1034 at Longueville, Normandy. She died after 1133. She died after 1133.

She was also known as Rohese Giffard. SSource SSource

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615374. Hugh de20 Clermont Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Hugh de20 Clermont and Marguerite de Montdidier (see #323535) were:

·                  161767. i. Adeliza de19.

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615375. Marguerite de20 Montdidier (Huilduin, #647070) Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

615376. Fulk IV20 (--?--) (Geoffrey Chateau-Landon, #647072) was born in 1043. He married Ermengarde (--?--) in 1070. He married Arengarde (--?--) between 21 Jan 1086 and 1087. He married Bertrade de Montfort (see #323537), daughter of Simon I de Montfort and Agnes D'Evereaux, in 1089. He died on 14 Apr 1109.

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Children of Fulk IV20 (--?--) and Bertrade de Montfort (see #323537) were as follows:

·                  i. Ermengarde19; born circa 1090; born circa 1090; died 1 Jun 1146; died 1 Jun 1146.

She was also known as Ermengarde d'Anjou. SSource SSource

·                  ii. Geoffrey of; born circa 1091; born circa 1091; died 1106; died 1106.

He was also known as Geoffrey of Anjou. Source Source

·                  161768. iii. Fulk V.

615377. Bertrade de20 Montfort (Simon, #647074) was born circa 1059. She was born circa 1059. She married Fulk IV (--?--) (see #323536), son of Geoffrey II de Chateau-Landon and Ermengarde (--?--), in 1089. She married Fulk IV (--?--), son of Geoffrey II de Chateau-Landon and Ermengarde (--?--), in 1089. She married Philip I King of France on 15 May 1092. She married Philip I King of France on 15 May 1092. She died between 14 Feb 1116 and 1117 at Fontevrault, France. She died between 14 Feb 1116 and 1117 at Fontevrault, France.

She was also known as Bertrade de Montfort. Her married name was. Her married name was. SSource SSource

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615378. Elie de20 Beaugency Count of Maine Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

Children of Elie de20 Beaugency Count of Maine and Matilda of Chateau-du-Loir (see #323539) were:

·                  161769. i. Eremburge19.

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615379. Matilda of20 Chateau-du-Loir Source: Tim Sandberg's GEDCOM V. March 2, 2002 WARNING! THIS GENEALOGY IS, AND WILL REMAIN FOREVER, A WORK IN PROGRESS. THE AUTHOR IS NOT A.

615384. William de20 Warrenne Earl of Surrey (Ralph Warren, #647088) was born circa 1017 at of Varenne & Bellencombe, Seine Inferieure, France. He died on 24 Jun 1088 at Lewes, Sussex.

He According to Cokayne (The Complete Peerage, p 568) William de \Warrenne\ arrived in England with William the Conqueror, 'and having distinguished himself at the Battle of Hastings, obtained an immense portion of the public spoliation. He had large grants of lands in several counties amongst which were the Barony of Lewes in Sussex, and the manors of Carletune and Benington in Lincolnshire. So extensive indeed were those grants that his possessions resembled more the domains of a sovereign prince than the estates of a subject. He enjoyed, too, in the highest degree, the confidence of the king, and was appointed joint justice-general, with Richard de Benefactis, for administering justice throughout the whole realm. While in that office, some great disturbers of the public peace having refused to appear before him and his colleague, in obedience to citation, the Earl took up arms, and defeated the rebels in a battle at Fagadune, when he is said, for the purpose of striking terror, to have cut off the right foot of each of his prisoners. Of those rebels, Ralph Wahir or Guader, Earl of Norfolk, and Roger, Earl of Hereford, were the ringleaders. His lordship was likewise highly esteemed by King William Rufus, and was created by that monarch Earl of Surrey. *This potent noble built the castle of Holt, and founded the priory of Lewes in Sussex. He resided principally at the castle of Lewes, in Sussex, and had besides Castle Acre in Norfolk and noble castles at Coningsburg and Sandal. He d. 24 June, 1088, and Dugdale gives the following curious account of his parting hour: 'It is reported that this Earl William did violently detain certain lands from the monks of Ely; for which, being often admonished by the abbot, and not making restitution, he died miserably. And, though his death happened very far off the isle of Ely, the same night he died, the abbot lying quietly in his bed, and meditating on heavenly things, heard the soul of this earl, in its carriage away by the devil, cry out loudly, and with a known and distinct voice, 'Lord have mercy on me, Lord have mercy on me'. And, moreover, that the next day after, the abbot acquainted all the monks in the chapter therewith. And likewise that about four days after, there came a messenger to them from the wife of this earl, with 100 shillings for the good of his soul, who told them that he died the very hour that the abbot had heard the outcry. But that neither the abbot nor any of the monks would receive it; not thinking it safe for them to take the money of a damned person'. 'If this part of the story', adds Dugdale, 'as to the abbot's hearing the noise, be no truer than the last, viz., that his lady sent him 100 shillings, I shall deem it to be a mere fiction, in regard the lady was certainly dead about three years before'.' *Younger son. Cokayne stated that Lloyd, in the Yorkshire Archaelogical Journal, vol. xxxi, pp. 107-10, shows that Rodulf and his br. William could not have been children of their father's 2nd marriage.' Therefore the IGI/LDS is considered incorrect. **More About EARL OF SURREY WILLIAM DE WARREN: Ancestral File Number: GXQC-Z6 Burial: Priory Of Lewes, Lewes, Sussex Cy, England. Source

Children of William de20 Warrenne Earl of Surrey and Gundred de Fleming (see #323545) all born at of Gournay, Normandy, were as follows:

·                  i. Editha de19; born circa 1039.

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·                  ii. Reginald de; died at Sine prole; born circa 1042.

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·                  161772. iii. William de Earl of Surrey.

·                  iv. Gundred de; born circa 1053.

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615385. Gundred de20 Fleming (Gerbod, #647090) was born circa 1023 at Normandy. She died on 27 May 1085 at in childbirth.

She Possibly the stepdaughter of William The Conqueror. Cokayne states such in one section of his work, but he also details specific discussions from other learned works that disprove these theories of daughter or step-daughter. See his Vol. 5-XII/1, p. 494, footnote j and his own Appendix A (pp. 40-46) for details. *Burke's Dormant and Extinct Gentry states that <a href='http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/cgi-bin/gedlkup/n=royal?royal01389'>Gundre d</a> was the daughter of William the Conqueror, but Brian Tompsett says this has been disproven. *<a href='http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/cgi-bin/gedlkup/n=royal?royal05573'>Tompse tt</a> states 'It was thought that Matilda (Gundred) married William de Warren, 1st Earl of Surrey. That has since been disproved. For details see 'Early Yorkshire Charters' by C.T. Clay or 'Études sur Quelques Points de l'Histoire de Guillame le Conquérant' by H. Prentout described under Surrey in 'The Complete Peerage' by G.E. Gibbs.' *. SSource

615386. Hugh de20 Crepi Count of Vermandois (Henry Capet, #647092) was born in 1057. He died on 18 Oct 1102.

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Children of Hugh de20 Crepi Count of Vermandois and Adelaide de Vermandois (see #323547) were:

·                  161773. i. Isabel de19.

615387. Adelaide de20 Vermandois (Herbert, #647094) died in 1123.

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615408. Gospatric I20 (--?--) (Maldred Carlisle, #647136) Earl of Northumberland - 1st Earl of Dunbar - visited Rome 1061 was born in 1040. He died circa 1074.

Children of Gospatric I20 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161784. i. Waltheof19.

615414. King Henry I (Beauclerc)20 Anjou (William (--?--), #647148) married Matilda of Scotland, daughter of King Malcolm III pf Scotland and Margaret (--?--). He married Sybilla Corbet. He married Mabel Fitzhamon, daughter of Robert Fitzhamon and Sibyl De Montomery.

Children of King Henry I (Beauclerc)20 Anjou and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161787. i. Elizabeth19.

644224. Walter20 De Beauchamp (Huges, #.1E+7) married Emmeline D'Abitot (see #644225), daughter of Usro D'Abitot.

Children of Walter20 De Beauchamp and Emmeline D'Abitot (see #644225) were:

·                  322112. i. William19.

644225. Emmeline20 D'Abitot (Usro, #.1E+7) married Walter De Beauchamp (see #644224), son of Huges De Beauchamp and Adeliza Matilda Tallebois.

644226. William20 de Braose (William De Braose, #322126) Burke's Dormant & Extinct Gentry:

WILLIAM DE BRAOSE, who likewise inherited the large estates of his grandmother, and besides possessed the Honour of Braose, in Normandy. This feudal lord was a personage of great power and influence during the reign of HENRY II. and RICHARD I., from the former of whom he obtained a grant of the "whole kingdom of Limeric, in Ireland," for the service of sixty knight's fees, to be held of the king and his younger son, John. For several years after this period he appears to have enjoyed the favour of KING JOHN, and his power and possessions were augmented by divers grants from the crown. But in the 10th of the king's reign, when the kingdom laboured under an interdiction, and JOHN deemed it expedient to demand hostages from his barons to ensure their allegiance, should the Pope proceed to the length of absolving them from obedience from the crown, his officers who came upon the mission to the Baron de \Braose\, were met by Maud his wife, and peremptorily informed that she would not entrust any of her children to the king, who had so basely murdered his own nephew, PRINCE ARTHUR. De Braose rebuked her, however, for speaking thus, and said that if he had in any thing offended the king, he was ready to make satisfaction, according to the judgement of the court, and the barons his peers, upon an appointed day, and at any fixed place, without however giving hostages. This answer being communicated to the king, an order was immediately transmitted to seize upon the baron's person, but de \Braose\ having notice thereof fled with his family into Ireland. This quarrel between de \Braose\ and KING JOHN is, however, differently related by other authorities. The monk of Lanthony states, that KING JOHN disinherited and banished him for his cruelty to the Welsh, in his war with Gwenwynwyn, and that his wife Maud, and William, his son and heir, died prisoners in Corfe Castle. While another writer relates, "that this William de \Braose\, son of Philip de \Braose\, Lord of Buelt, held the lands of Brecknock and Went, for the whole time of KING HENRY II., RICHARD I., and KING JOHN, without any disturbance, until he took to wife the Lady Maud de St. Valerie, who, in revenge of Henry de Hereford, caused divers Welshmen to be murthered in the castle of Bergavenny, as they sat at meat: and that for this, and for some other pickt quarrel, KING JOHN banished him and all his out of England. Likewise, that in his exile, Maud his wife, with William, called Gam, his son, were taken and put in prison; where she died, the 10th year after her husband fought with Wenwynwyn, and slew three thousand Welch." From these various relations, says Dugdale, it is no easy matter to discover what his demerits were; but what usage he had at last, take here from the credit of these two historians, who lived near that time. "This year, viz. anno 1240," quoth MATTHEW OF WESTMINSTER, "the noble lady Maud, wife of William de \Braose\, with William, their son and heir, were miserably famished at Windsore, by the command of KING JOHN; and William, her husband, escaping from Scorham, put himself into the habit of a beggar, and privately getting beyond sea, died soon after at Paris, where he had burial in the Abbey of St. Victor." And Matthew Paris, putting his death in anno 1212 (which differs a little in time), says, "That he fled from Ireland to France, and lying at Ebula, his body was carried to Paris, and there honourably buried in the abbey of St. Victor." "But after these great troubles in his later days," continues Dugdale, "I shall now say something of his pious works. Being by inheritance from his mother, Lord of Bergavenny, he made great grants to the monks of that priory, conditionally, that the abbot and convent of St. Vincenti, in Maine (to which this priory of Bergavenny was a cell) should daily pray for the soul of him, the said William, and the soul of Maud his wife"

Bannister writes in "Herefordshire and Its Place in English History" ( Bannister, Arthur T., Jakeman Carver, Hereford, 1912. p.54/55):

"A typical Marcher of this day is William de Braoze, lord of Brecknock, Builth, Radnor, and Upper Gwent, who terrorized the border for thirty years. His first act, on taking over his great inheritance in 1175, was to invite to his castle of Abergavenny the neighbouring chieftain, Seisyll ap Dyfnwal, and other leading Welshmen, and murder them all in cold blood, killing afterwards, with his own hands, Seisyll's infant son, in the arms of its mother. After more than thirty years of such success in perfidy and barbarity as startled even the savage and unpitying Marchers, he was brought to ruin by a more savage and ruthless scoundrel than himself, King John. Braoze managed to save his life by flight to France, but his Amazonian wife, Maud of St. Valerie, and her eldest son were pitilessly done to death in a manner recalling the dreadful end of Count Ugolino in the tower at Pisa, as told by Dante. For the unhappy captives were shut up by King John to starve

in Corfe Castle; where, after eleven terrible days, they died, the son's cheek having been gnawed by the mother in her anguish. And yet the Braoze, ruthless and grasping beyond his fellows, was, like all the Norman barons, most scrupulous in his religion observances. It is told of him that he never passed a wayside cross without stopping in his talk to offer up a prayer. And he secured for one of his sons, Giles de Braoze, the bishopric of Hereford."

-contributed by John Young

was born circa 1153 at Bramber, Sussex, England. He married Maud St Valerie (see #644227), daughter of Bernard St Valerie, circa 1153 at Bramber, Sussex, England. He died on 9 Aug 1211.

Children of William20 de Braose and Maud St Valerie (see #644227) were:

·                  322113. i. Maud19.

644227. Maud20 St Valerie (Bernard, #.1E+7) married William de Braose (see #644226), son of William De Braose and Bertha of Gloucester, circa 1153 at Bramber, Sussex, England. She was born in 1155. She died in 1210.

644240. Roger20 De Mortimer.

Children of Roger20 De Mortimer and an unknown spouse were:

·                  322120. i. Ralph19.

644244. Randulf20 De Meschines (Randulf, #644308) married Countess Lucy of Chester (see #322155). He married Maud D'Avranches, daughter of Richard Legoz and Emma De Conteville. He married Maud D'Avranches, daughter of Richard Legoz and Emma De Conteville. He was born circa 1050. He was born in 1050. He was born circa 1070. He died circa 1128. He died in 1129.

He was also known as Randulf De Meschines. He was also known as Randulf De Meschines Viscount de Bayeux.

Children of Randulf20 De Meschines and Countess Lucy of Chester (see #322155) were as follows:

·                  161077. i. Alice19.

·                  322122. ii. William.

644245. Countess Lucy of20 Chester married Randulf De Meschines (see #322154), son of Randulf De Meschines and Alix (Alice) (--?--).

644246. Robert20 De Rumilly.

Children of Robert20 De Rumilly and an unknown spouse were:

·                  322123. i. Cecily19.

644248. Sir Robert20 De Ferrers (Henry, #.1E+7) married Hawsie De Vitre (see #644249), daughter of Andre De Vitre and Agnes De Mortain. He was born circa 1062. He died circa 1139.

Children of Sir Robert20 De Ferrers and Hawsie De Vitre (see #644249) were as follows:

·                  i. Agnes19; married Ralph Paynel, son of Fulk Paynel and Beatrice Fitzwilliam.

·                  322124. ii. Robert.

644249. Hawsie20 De Vitre (Andre, #.1E+7) married Sir Robert De Ferrers (see #644248), son of Henry De Ferrers and Bertha (--?--). She was born circa 1069.

644250. William (the Younger)20 Peverell (William, #.1E+7) was born in 1090 at Nottingham, England. He married Avice De Lancaster (see #644251), daughter of Roger the Poitevin Montgomery and Countess Aumodis De La Marche, circa 1112. He died circa 1155.

Children of William (the Younger)20 Peverell and Avice De Lancaster (see #644251) were:

·                  322125. i. Margaret19.

644251. Avice20 De Lancaster (Roger Montgomery, #.1E+7) was born in 1088. She married William (the Younger) Peverell (see #644250), son of William (the Elder) Peverell and Adeline (--?--), circa 1112. She died in 1149.

644252. Philio20 De Braose (William, #.1E+7) was born before 1073 at Sussex, England. He married Aenor Totenais (see #644253), daughter of Judeal Johel de Totenais and (--?--) de Pecguigny, in 1088. He died before 1134 at Holy Land, Palestine.

Children of Philio20 De Braose and Aenor Totenais (see #644253) were:

·                  322126. i. William19.

644253. Aenor20 Totenais (Judeal, #.1E+7) was born circa 1084 at Devonshire, England. She married Philio De Braose (see #644252), son of William De Braose and Agnes de St Clare, in 1088.

644254. Miles20 De Pitres (Walter, #.1E+7) married Sybil De Neufmarche (see #644255), daughter of Bernard De Neufmarche and Nesta verch Osbern, in 1121. He died on 24 Dec 1143.

Children of Miles20 De Pitres and Sybil De Neufmarche (see #644255) were:

·                  322127. i. Bertha of19.

644255. Sybil20 De Neufmarche (Bernard, #.1E+7) married Miles De Pitres (see #644254), son of Walter De Pitres and Berthe (--?--), in 1121. She died after 1143 at Gloucestershire.

644260. Simon20 St Liz (Randulf (--?--), #.1E+7) Earl of Huntington - Crusader married Maud of Huntington (see #644261), daughter of Waltheof II Huntington and Judith of Lens, circa 1090. He died in 1111.

Children of Simon20 St Liz and Maud of Huntington (see #644261) were as follows:

·                  i. Maud19; married William D'Aubigny, son of Roger D'Aubigny and Amice Grentmesnil; died 114; born circa 1091.

·                  322130. ii. Simon.

644261. Maud of20 Huntington (Waltheof, #.1E+7) Countess of Huntington was born in 1072. She married Simon St Liz (see #644260), son of Randulf (the Rich) (--?--), circa 1090. She died circa 1130.

644272. Roger20 De Beaumont (Humphrey De Vielles, #.1E+7) was born in 1022. He married Aelaide De Meulan (see #644273), daughter of Count Waleran De Meulan and Oda of Contville, circa 1040. He died circa 1094.

Children of Roger20 De Beaumont and Aelaide De Meulan (see #644273) were:

·                  322136. i. Henry19.

644273. Aelaide20 De Meulan (Waleran, #.1E+7) was born in 1014. She married Roger De Beaumont (see #644272), son of Humphrey (Harecourt) De Vielles and Aubreye (--?--), circa 1040. She died in 1081.

644276. William20 De Warrenne (Ralph De Warren, #.1E+7) Earl of Surrey married Guntred De Fleming (see #644277), daughter of Gerbod De Fleming. He was born in 1017. He died on 24 Jun 1088.

Children of William20 De Warrenne and Guntred De Fleming (see #644277) were:

·                  322138. i. William19.

644277. Guntred20 De Fleming (Gerbod, #.1E+7) married William De Warrenne (see #644276), son of Ralph De Warren and Beatrice (--?--). She was born in 1023. She died on 27 May 1085.

644278. Hugh20 Magnus (Henry (--?--), #.1E+7) Duke of France married Adelaide De Vermandois (see #644279), daughter of Count Herberrt IV De Vermandois and Adele De Valois. He died in 1101.

Children of Hugh20 Magnus and Adelaide De Vermandois (see #644279) were as follows:

·                  322139. i. Isabel19.

·                  ii. Agnes; married Bonifacio Di Savona; died after 1125.

·                  iii. Mathilde; born 1080; married Raul De Baugency 1111.

644279. Adelaide20 De Vermandois (Herberrt, #.1E+7) married Hugh Magnus (see #644278), son of King Henry I (--?--) and Anne of Kiev. She was born in 1050. She died circa 1120.

644304. Gilbert20 Fitz Richard (Richard Fitz Gilbert de Clare, #.1E+7) was born; Lord of Clare, Suffolk, Turnbridge, Kent and Cardigan Wales. He married Adelica (Aliice) de Cleremont (see #644305), daughter of Hugh de Creil and Margaret De Roucy. He died in 1114.

Children of Gilbert20 Fitz Richard and Adelica (Aliice) de Cleremont (see #644305) were:

·                  322152. i. Sir Gilbert19.

644305. Adelica (Aliice)20 de Cleremont (Hugh de Creil, #.1E+7) married Gilbert Fitz Richard (see #644304), son of Richard Fitz Gilbert de Clare and Rohese Giffard.

644306. Sir Robert20 De Beaumont married Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139), daughter of Hugh Magnus and Adelaide De Vermandois. He died on 5 Jun 1118.

Children of Sir Robert20 De Beaumont and Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139) were as follows:

·                  322153. i. Isabel Elizabeth19.

·                  161716. ii. Sir Robert.

644307 . Isabel20 De Vermandois (Hugh Magnus, #644278) (see #322139 )

644308. Randulf20 De Meschines married Alix (Alice) (--?--) (see #644309). He was born circa 1017. He died circa 1047.

Children of Randulf20 De Meschines and Alix (Alice) (--?--) (see #644309) were:

·                  322154. i. Randulf19.

644309. Alix (Alice)20 (--?--) married Randulf De Meschines (see #644308). She was born circa 1021.

644322 . Hugh de20 Grentesmesnil (see #161762 )

644324 . Alberic de20 Ver (see #161764 )

644325 . Beatrix Countess of20 Ghisnes (see #161765 )

644326 . Gilbert FitzRichard de20 Clare (Richard, #323532) (see #161766 )

644327 . Adeliza de20 Clermont (Hugh, #323534) (see #161767 )

644328 . Fulk V20 (--?--) (Fulk, #323536) (see #161768 )

644329 . Eremburge20 (--?--) (Elie Beaugency, #323538) (see #161769 )

644332 . William de20 Warrenne Earl of Surrey (William, #323544) (see #161772 )

644333 . Isabel de20 Vermandois (Hugh Crepi, #323546) (see #161773 )

644334 . Robert de20 Belesme Earl of Shrewsbury (see #161774 )

644344. Gilbert20 Fitz Richard (Richard Fitz Gilbert de Clare, #.1E+7) was born; Lord of Clare, Suffolk, Turnbridge, Kent and Cardigan Wales. He married Adelica (Aliice) de Cleremont (see #644305), daughter of Hugh de Creil and Margaret De Roucy. He died in 1114.

Children of Gilbert20 Fitz Richard and Adelica (Aliice) de Cleremont (see #644305) were:

·                  322152. i. Sir Gilbert19.

644345. Adelica (Aliice)20 de Cleremont (Hugh de Creil, #.1E+7) married Gilbert Fitz Richard (see #644304), son of Richard Fitz Gilbert de Clare and Rohese Giffard.

644346. Sir Robert20 De Beaumont married Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139), daughter of Hugh Magnus and Adelaide De Vermandois. He died on 5 Jun 1118.

Children of Sir Robert20 De Beaumont and Isabel De Vermandois (see #322139) were as follows:

·                  322153. i. Isabel Elizabeth19.

·                  161716. ii. Sir Robert.

644347 . Isabel20 De Vermandois (Hugh Magnus, #644278) (see #322139 )

644348. Donnchad20 Macmurchada (Diarmait MacMael nam Bo, #.1E+7) was born; King of Dublin - killed in the battle against Domnall ua Brianin. He married Orlaith (--?--) (see #644349). He died in 1115.

Children of Donnchad20 Macmurchada and Orlaith (--?--) (see #644349) were:

·                  322174. i. Diarmait19.

644349. Orlaith20 (--?--) married Donnchad Macmurchada (see #644348), son of Diarmait MacMael nam Bo and Darbforgaill (--?--).

644350. Muirchertach ua20 Tuathail (O'Toole.

Children of Muirchertach ua20 Tuathail (O'Toole and an unknown spouse were:

·                  322175. i. Mor19.

646866. Hugh20 Magnus (Henry (--?--), #.1E+7) Duke of France married Adelaide De Vermandois (see #644279), daughter of Count Herberrt IV De Vermandois and Adele De Valois. He died in 1101.

Children of Hugh20 Magnus and Adelaide De Vermandois (see #644279) were as follows:

·                  322139. i. Isabel19.

·                  ii. Agnes; married Bonifacio Di Savona; died after 1125.

·                  iii. Mathilde; born 1080; married Raul De Baugency 1111.

646867. Adelaide20 De Vermandois (Herberrt, #.1E+7) married Hugh Magnus (see #644278), son of King Henry I (--?--) and Anne of Kiev. She was born in 1050. She died circa 1120.

646868. Ralph20 De Gael;; 1st Earl of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge married Emma Fitz Osbern (see #646869), daughter of William Fitz Osbern.

Children of Ralph20 De Gael and Emma Fitz Osbern (see #646869) were:

·                  323434. i. Ralph de Gael19.

646869. Emma20 Fitz Osbern (William, #.1E+7) married Ralph De Gael (see #646868).

646880. Gospatric I20 (--?--) (Maldred Carlisle, #647136) Earl of Northumberland - 1st Earl of Dunbar - visited Rome 1061 was born in 1040. He died circa 1074.

Children of Gospatric I20 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161784. i. Waltheof19.

646886. King Henry I (Beauclerc)20 Anjou (William (--?--), #647148) married Matilda of Scotland, daughter of King Malcolm III pf Scotland and Margaret (--?--). He married Sybilla Corbet. He married Mabel Fitzhamon, daughter of Robert Fitzhamon and Sibyl De Montomery.

Children of King Henry I (Beauclerc)20 Anjou and an unknown spouse were:

·                  161787. i. Elizabeth19.

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647064. Gilbert20 Crispin Count of Brionne (Godfrey Brionne, #.1E+7).

Children of Gilbert20 Crispin Count of Brionne and Gunnora d'Annou (see #647065) were as follows:

·                  i. Baldwin de Brionis19; christened at Of Okehampton, Devonshire, England; christened at Of Okehampton, Devonshire, England; born circa 1022 at Of Meules, Normandy, France; born circa 1022 at Of Meules, Normandy, France; married an unknown person circa 1055; married an unknown person circa 1055; died 1090; died 1090.

He was also known as Baron of Okehampton. He was also known as Baron of Okehampton. He was also known as Baldwin de Brionis Fitzgilbert. He '... who, for the distinguished part he had in the Conquest, obtained from King William the Barony of Okehampton, the custody of the co. of Devon, and the government of the castle of Exeter in fee.' *Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 140 *According to Cokayne, p. 309, Baldwin married Emma or Auberee, first cousin or niece of William the Conqueror. . He '... who, for the distinguished part he had in the Conquest, obtained from King William the Barony of Okehampton, the custody of the co. of Devon, and the government of the castle of Exeter in fee.' *Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 140 *According to Cokayne, p. 309, Baldwin married Emma or Auberee, first cousin or niece of William the Conqueror. 323532. ii. Richard de Tonbridge de Fitzgilbert.

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647065. Gunnora20 d'Annou

647066. Walter20 Giffard (Osbern Bolebec, #.1E+7) died. He died. He was born circa 1010. He was born circa 1010.

Children of Walter20 Giffard and Ermengarde Flaitel (see #647067) were as follows:

·                  i. Walter19; buried at Longueville, Normandy; buried at Longueville, Normandy; born circa 1030; born circa 1030; married an unknown person circa 1075; married an unknown person circa 1075; died 15 Jul 1102 at England; died 15 Jul 1102 at England.

·                  323533. ii. Rohese.

647067. Ermengarde20 Flaitel was born circa 1014. She was born circa 1014.

.

647070. Huilduin Count of20 Montdidier

Children of Huilduin Count of20 Montdidier and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  i. .Beatrice

323535. ii. Marguerite de.

647072. Geoffrey II de20 Chateau-Landon died after 1034.

Children of Geoffrey II de20 Chateau-Landon and Ermengarde (--?--) (see #647073) were as follows:

·                  i. Geoffrey III19; died 1096.

·                  ii. .Hildegarde

·                  323536. iii. Fulk IV.

.

647073. Ermengarde20 (--?--) (Fulk, #.1E+7)

647074. Simon I de20 Montfort (Amauri, #.1E+7) was buried at Epernon, Normandy. He was buried at Epernon, Normandy. He was born circa 1025. He was born circa 1025. He married Isabel de Brozes circa 1055. He married Isabel de Brozes circa 1055. He married Agnes D'Evereaux (see #647075), daughter of Richard D'Evereaux and Adele (--?--), circa 1058. He married Agnes D'Evereaux, daughter of Richard D'Evereaux and Adele (--?--), circa 1058. He died in 1087. He died in 1087.

Children of Simon I de20 Montfort and Agnes D'Evereaux (see #647075) were as follows:

·                  323537. i. Bertrade de19.

·                  ii. Simon II 'le jeune' de; born circa 1068; born circa 1068; died after 1101 at Sine prole; died after 1101 at Sine prole.

He was also known as Simon II 'le jeune' de Montfort.

·                  iii. Richard de; born circa 1068; born circa 1068; died circa 1092; died circa 1092.

·                  iv. Amauri de; born circa 1070; born circa 1070; married an unknown person circa 1097; married an unknown person circa 1097; married an unknown person 1120; married an unknown person 1120; died 1137; died 1137.

·                  v. William de; born circa 1073; born circa 1073; died 27 Aug 1101; died 27 Aug 1101.

647075. Agnes20 D'Evereaux (Richard, #.1E+7) married Simon I De Montfort, son of Amauri De Montfort and Bertrada De Gometz. She was born circa 1030. She was born circa 1030. She was born circa 1030. She married Simon I de Montfort (see #647074), son of Amauri de Montfort and Bertrade de Gometz, circa 1058. She married Simon I de Montfort, son of Amauri de Montfort and Bertrade de Gometz, circa 1058.

 

647088. Ralph de20 Warren (William, #.1E+7) was born circa 998 at Varenne, Seine Inferieure. He died after 1074.

He Cokayne states that Ralph's parentage is unknown. *Cokayne wrote 'RODULF DE WARENNE I derived his name from the hamlet of Varenne (dept. Seine-Inférieure) on the little river Varenne in Normandy. His parentage is unknown. He is said to have held land outside the walls of Rouen under Robert I, Duke of Normandy (d. 1035), and the Cartulary of the abbey of the Holy Trinity on the Mont de Rouen proves that he held a considerable territory on both banks of the Seine upstream from Rouen. He also held land at Vascoeuil (dept. Eure), which he gave about 1053 to the abbey of St. Pierre de Préaux, and in the pays de Caux, north of Rouen, where he sold 4 churches with tithes, in 1074. He m., 1stly Beatrice, whose mother was almost certainly a sister of Gunnor, 2nd wife of Richard I, Duke of Normandy. She was living about 1053. Rodulf m., 2ndly, in or before 1059, Emma, whose parentage is unknown. He and his 2nd wife were both living in 1074.' Children of Ralph de20 Warren and Beatrice (--?--) (see #647089) were:

·                  323544. i. William de19 Earl of Surrey.

647089. Beatrice20 (--?--) was born circa 1000 at Normandy. She died after 1053.

She Beatrice's mother was a sister to Gunnor de \Crepon\, thus a daughter of Herbastus de \Crepon\. She

.

647090. Gerbod de20 Fleming

Children of Gerbod de20 Fleming and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  i. .Gerbod de19

·                  323545. ii. Gundred de.

647092. Henry I20 Capet King of France (Robert, #.1E+7) was born in Apr 1008. He died on 4 Aug 1060 at Vitry-en-Brie, France, at age 52.

Children of Henry I20 Capet King of France and Anna Yaroslavna (see #647093) were:

·                  323546. i. Hugh de19 Count of Vermandois.

647093. Anna20 Yaroslavna was born in 1024. She died after 1075.

 

647094. Herbert IV Count of20 Vermandois (Otto, #.1E+7) was born circa 1028 at Of, Vermandois, France. He died in 1080 at France.

Children of Herbert IV Count of20 Vermandois and Adelle (--?--) (see #647095) were:

·                  323547. i. Adelaide de19.

.

647095. Adelle20 (--?--)

647136. Maldred of20 Carlisle (Crinin (--?--), #.1E+7) married Ealdryth (--?--) (see #647137), daughter of Uchtred of Northumberland and Alfgifu (--?--). He died in 1045.

Children of Maldred of20 Carlisle and Ealdryth (--?--) (see #647137) were:

·                  323568. i. Gospatric I19.

647137. Ealdryth20 (--?--) (Uchtred Northumberland, #.1E+7) married Maldred of Carlisle (see #647136), son of Crinin ( the Thane) (--?--) and Bethoc (--?--).

647148. William I (the Conqueror20 (--?--) (Robert Normangy, #.1E+7) William I, the Conqueror (1066-1087 AD)

Born: 1027

Died: September 9, 1087

Parents: Robert I, Duke of Normandy and Herleva of Falasia

Significant Siblings: none

Spouse: Mathilda (daughter of Count Baldwin of Flanders)

Significant Offspring: Robert, William Rufus, Henry, and Adela

William, the illegitimate son of the Duke of Normandy, spent his first six years with his mother in Falaise and received the duchy of Normandy upon his father's death in 1035. A council consisting of noblemen and William's appointed guardians ruled Normandy but ducal authority waned under the Normans' violent nature and the province was wracked with assassination and revolt for twelve years. In 1047, William reasserted himself in the eastern Norman regions and, with the aid of France's King Henry I, crushed the rebelling barons. He spent the next several years consolidating his strength on the continent through marriage, diplomacy, war and savage intimidation. By 1066, Normandy was in a position of virtual independence from William's feudal lord, Henry I of France and the disputed succession in England offered William an opportunity for invasion.

Edward the Confessor attempted to gain Norman support while fighting with his father-in-law, Earl Godwin, by purportedly promising the throne to William in 1051. (This was either a false claim by William or a hollow promise from Edward; at that time, the kingship was not necessarily hereditary but was appointed by the witan, a council of clergy and barons.) Before his death in 1066, however, Edward reconciled with Godwin, and the witan agreed to Godwin's son, Harold, as heir to the crown - after the recent Danish kings, the members of the council were anxious to keep the monarchy in Anglo-Saxon hands. William was enraged and immediately prepared to invade, insisting that Harold had sworn allegiance to him in 1064. Prepared for battle in August 1066, ill winds throughout August and most of September prohibited him crossing the English Channel. This turned out to be advantageous for William, however, as Harold Godwinson awaited William's pending arrival on England's south shores, Harold Hardrada, the King of Norway, invaded England from the north. Harold Godwinson's forces marched north to defeat the Norse at Stamford Bridge on September 25, 1066. Two days after the battle, William landed unopposed at Pevensey and spent the next two weeks pillaging the area and strengthening his position on the beachhead. The victorious Harold, in an attempt to solidify his kingship, took the fight south to William and the Normans on October 14, 1066 at Hastings. After hours of holding firm against the Normans, the tired English forces finally succumbed to the onslaught. Harold and his brothers died fighting in the Hastings battle, removing any further organized Anglo-Saxon resistance to the Normans. The earls and bishops of the witan hesitated in supporting William, but soon submitted and crowned him William I on Christmas Day 1066. The kingdom was immediately besieged by minor uprisings, each one individually and ruthlessly crushed by the Normans, until the whole of England was conquered and united in 1072. William punished rebels by confiscating their lands and allocating them to the Normans. Uprisings in the northern counties near York were quelled by an artificial famine brought about by Norman destruction of food caches and farming implements.

The arrival and conquest of William and the Normans radically altered the course of English history. Rather than attempt a wholesale replacement of Anglo-Saxon law, William fused continental practices with native custom. By disenfranchising Anglo-Saxon landowners, he instituted a brand of feudalism in England that strengthened the monarchy. Villages and manors were given a large degree of autonomy in local affairs in return for military service and monetary payments. The Anglo-Saxon office of sheriff was greatly enhanced: sheriffs arbitrated legal cases in the shire courts on behalf of the king, extracted tax payments and were generally responsible for keeping the peace. "The Domesday Book" was commissioned in 1085 as a survey of land ownership to assess property and establish a tax base. Within the regions covered by the Domesday survey, the dominance of the Norman king and his nobility are revealed: only two Anglo-Saxon barons that held lands before 1066 retained those lands twenty years later. All landowners were summoned to pay homage to William in 1086. William imported an Italian, Lanfranc, to take the position of Archbishop of Canterbury; Lanfranc reorganized the English Church, establishing separate Church courts to deal with infractions of Canon law. Although he began the invasion with papal support, William refused to let the church dictate policy within English and Norman borders.

He died as he had lived: an inveterate warrior. He died September 9, 1087 from complications of a wound he received in a siege on the town of Mantes.

"The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle" gave a favorable review of William's twenty-one year reign, but added, "His anxiety for money is the only thing on which he can deservedly be blamed; . . .he would say and do some things and indeed almost anything . . .where the hope of money allured him." He was certainly cruel by modern standards, and exacted a high toll from his subjects, but he laid the foundation for the economic and political success of England

married Countess Matillda (Maud) of Flanders (see #647149), daughter of Baldwin V of Lillie and Adele of France. He was born in 1027. He died on 7 Sep 1087.

Children of William I (the Conqueror20 (--?--) and Countess Matillda (Maud) of Flanders (see #647149) were as follows:

·                  323574. i. King Henry I (Beauclerc)19.

·                  ii. Adela.

·                  iii. Duke Robert Curtose of.

·                  iv. William II; born 1087; died 1100.

647149. Countess Matillda (Maud) of20 Flanders (Baldwin Lillie, #.1E+7) married William I (the Conqueror (--?--) (see #647148), son of Duke Robert I (the Devil) of Normangy and Harlette de FALAISE. She was born in 1032. She died on 2 Nov 1083.

Generation Twenty-One

.1E+7 . William21 Maudit (see #161064 )

Children of King Alfonso VII21 Castile and Leon and Berenguellla of Barcelona (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  .1E+7. i. King Sancho III20.

·                  612664. ii. King Fernando II of.

Children of King Alfonso I of21 Portugal and Maud (Matilda) of Savoy (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  612665. i. Urraca of20.

Children of King Sancho III21 Castile and Blanche de Navarre (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  612666. i. King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of20.

Children of King Henry II21 (--?--) and Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  612667. i. Eleanor of20.

·                  ii. King John; born 24 Dec 1166 at Oxfoud, Oxforfshire, England; King of England; married Isabella of Agouleme, daughter of Aymer "Tallifer" De Valence and Alice De Courtney, 24 Aug 1200 at Bordeaux, France; died 19 Oct 1216 at Newark, Nnottingham, England, at age 49.

Children of King Alfonso VII21 Castile and Leon and Berenguellla of Barcelona (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  .1E+7. i. King Sancho III20.

·                  612664. ii. King Fernando II of.

Children of King Alfonso I of21 Portugal and Maud (Matilda) of Savoy (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  612665. i. Urraca of20.

Children of King Sancho III21 Castile and Blanche de Navarre (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  612666. i. King Alfonso VIII ( the Good) of20.

Children of King Henry II21 (--?--) and Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  612667. i. Eleanor of20.

·                  ii. King John; born 24 Dec 1166 at Oxfoud, Oxforfshire, England; King of England; married Isabella of Agouleme, daughter of Aymer "Tallifer" De Valence and Alice De Courtney, 24 Aug 1200 at Bordeaux, France; died 19 Oct 1216 at Newark, Nnottingham, England, at age 49.

Children of Hugh21 Magnus and Adelaide De Vermandois (see #644279) were as follows:

·                  322139. i. Isabel20.

·                  ii. Agnes; married Bonifacio Di Savona; died after 1125.

·                  iii. Mathilde; born 1080; married Raul De Baugency 1111.

Children of Ralph21 De Gael and Emma Fitz Osbern (see #646869) were:

·                  323434. i. Ralph de Gael20.

Children of Gilbert21 Crispin Count of Brionne and Gunnora d'Annou (see #647065) were as follows:

·                  i. Baldwin de Brionis20; christened at Of Okehampton, Devonshire, England; christened at Of Okehampton, Devonshire, England; born circa 1022 at Of Meules, Normandy, France; born circa 1022 at Of Meules, Normandy, France; married an unknown person circa 1055; married an unknown person circa 1055; died 1090; died 1090.

He was also known as Baron of Okehampton. He was also known as Baron of Okehampton. He was also known as Baldwin de Brionis Fitzgilbert. He '... who, for the distinguished part he had in the Conquest, obtained from King William the Barony of Okehampton, the custody of the co. of Devon, and the government of the castle of Exeter in fee.' *Burke's Dormant & Extinct, p 140 *According to Cokayne, p. 309, Baldwin married Emma or Auberee, first cousin or niece of William the Conqueror. 323532. ii. Richard de Tonbridge de Fitzgilbert.

Children of Walter21 Giffard and Ermengarde Flaitel (see #647067) were as follows:

·                  i. Walter20; buried at Longueville, Normandy; buried at Longueville, Normandy; born circa 1030; born circa 1030; married an unknown person circa 1075; married an unknown person circa 1075; died 15 Jul 1102 at England; died 15 Jul 1102 at England.

·                  323533. ii. Rohese.

Children of Huilduin Count of21 Montdidier and an unknown spouse were as follows:

i. .Beatrice de20.

·                  323535. ii. Marguerite de.

Children of Geoffrey II de21 Chateau-Landon and Ermengarde (--?--) (see #647073) were as follows:

·                  i. Geoffrey III20; died 1096.

              ii. .Hildegarde

·                  323536. iii. Fulk IV.

Children of Simon I de21 Montfort and Agnes D'Evereaux (see #647075) were as follows:

·                  323537. i. Bertrade de20.

·                  ii. Simon II 'le jeune' de; born circa 1068; born circa 1068; died after 1101 at Sine prole; died after 1101 at Sine prole.

·                  iii. Richard de; born circa 1068; born circa 1068; died circa 1092; died circa 1092.

·                  iv. Amauri de; born circa 1070; born circa 1070; married an unknown person circa 1097; married an unknown person circa 1097; married an unknown person 1120; married an unknown person 1120; died 1137; died 1137.

·                  v. William de; born circa 1073; born circa 1073; died 27 Aug 1101; died 27 Aug 1101.

Children of Ralph de21 Warren and Beatrice (--?--) (see #647089) were:

·                  323544. i. William de20 Earl of Surrey.

Children of Gerbod de21 Fleming and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  i. .

·                  323545. ii. Gundred de.

Children of Henry I21 Capet King of France and Anna Yaroslavna (see #647093) were:

·                  323546. i. Hugh de20 Count of Vermandois.

Children of Herbert IV Count of21 Vermandois and Adelle (--?--) (see #647095) were:

·                  323547. i. Adelaide de20.

Children of Maldred of21 Carlisle and Ealdryth (--?--) (see #647137) were:

·                  323568. i. Gospatric I20.

Children of William I (the Conqueror21 (--?--) and Countess Matillda (Maud) of Flanders (see #647149) were as follows:

·                  323574. i. King Henry I (Beauclerc)20.

·                  ii. Adela.

·                  iii. Duke Robert Curtose of.

·                  iv. William II; born 1087; died 1100.

Children of Huges21 De Beauchamp and Adeliza Matilda Tallebois (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644224. i. Walter20.

Children of Usro21 D'Abitot and an unknown spouse were:

·                  644225. i. Emmeline20.

Children of Bernard21 St Valerie and an unknown spouse were:

·                  644227. i. Maud20.

Children of Randulf21 De Meschines and Alix (Alice) (--?--) (see #644309) were:

·                  322154. i. Randulf20.

Children of Henry21 De Ferrers and Bertha (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644248. i. Sir Robert20.

Children of Andre21 De Vitre and Agnes De Mortain (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644249. i. Hawsie20.

Children of William (the Elder)21 Peverell and Adeline (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644250. i. William (the Younger)20.

Children of Roger the Poitevin21 Montgomery and Countess Aumodis De La Marche (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644251. i. Avice20.

Children of William21 De Braose and Agnes de St Clare (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644252. i. Philio20.

Children of Judeal Johel de21 Totenais and (--?--) de Pecguigny (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644253. i. Aenor20.

Children of Walter21 De Pitres and Berthe (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644254. i. Miles20.

Children of Bernard21 De Neufmarche and Nesta verch Osbern (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644255. i. Sybil20.

Children of Randulf (the Rich)21 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  644260. i. Simon20.

Children of Waltheof II21 Huntington and Judith of Lens (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644261. i. Maud of20.

Children of Humphrey (Harecourt)21 De Vielles and Aubreye (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644272. i. Roger20.

Children of Count Waleran21 De Meulan and Oda of Contville (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644273. i. Aelaide20.

Children of Ralph21 De Warren and Beatrice (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644276. i. William20.

Children of Gerbod21 De Fleming and an unknown spouse were:

·                  644277. i. Guntred20.

Children of King Henry I21 (--?--) and Anne of Kiev (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  644278. i. Hugh20.

·                  ii. Philip I; born 1053; married Bertha of Holland, daughter of Count Florent I Holland and Gertrude (--?--), 1072; died 29 Jul 1108.

Children of Count Herberrt IV21 De Vermandois and Adele De Valois (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644279. i. Adelaide20.

Children of Richard21 Fitz Gilbert de Clare and Rohese Giffard (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644304. i. Gilbert20.

Children of Hugh21 de Creil and Margaret De Roucy (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644305. i. Adelica (Aliice)20.

Children of Richard21 Fitz Gilbert de Clare and Rohese Giffard (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644304. i. Gilbert20.

Children of Hugh21 de Creil and Margaret De Roucy (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644305. i. Adelica (Aliice)20.

Children of Diarmait21 MacMael nam Bo and Darbforgaill (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644348. i. Donnchad20.

Children of King Henry I21 (--?--) and Anne of Kiev (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  644278. i. Hugh20.

·                  ii. Philip I; born 1053; married Bertha of Holland, daughter of Count Florent I Holland and Gertrude (--?--), 1072; died 29 Jul 1108.

Children of Count Herberrt IV21 De Vermandois and Adele De Valois (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644279. i. Adelaide20.

Children of William21 Fitz Osbern and an unknown spouse were:

·                  646869. i. Emma20.

Children of Maldred of21 Carlisle and Ealdryth (--?--) (see #647137) were:

·                  323568. i. Gospatric I20.

Children of William I (the Conqueror21 (--?--) and Countess Matillda (Maud) of Flanders (see #647149) were as follows:

·                  323574. i. King Henry I (Beauclerc)20.

·                  ii. Adela.

·                  iii. Duke Robert Curtose of.

·                  iv. William II; born 1087; died 1100.

Children of Godfrey Count of Eu and21 Brionne and an unknown spouse were:

·                  647064. i. Gilbert20 Count of Brionne.

Children of Osbern de21 Bolebec and Avelina de Crepon (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647066. i. Walter20.

Children of Fulk III the Black21 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  647073. i. Ermengarde20.

Children of Amauri de21 Montfort and Bertrade de Gometz (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Eve de20; born circa 1023; born circa 1023.

·                  647074. ii. Simon I de.

·                  iii. Mainer de; born circa 1027; born circa 1027.

Children of Richard21 D'Evereaux and Adele (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647075. i. Agnes20.

Children of William de21 Warren and ... de Torta (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647088. i. Ralph de20.

Children of Robert II21 Capet and Constance of Toulouse (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  647092. i. Henry I20 King of France.

·                  ii. Adela Princess of France; born 1009 at France; born 1009 at France; married an unknown person between Jan 1025 and 1026; married Richard III of Normandy, son of Duke IRichard II (the Good) of Normangy and Judith of Brittany, between Jan 1025 and 1026; married an unknown person 1028; married an unknown person 1028; died between 8 Jan 1078 and 1079 at A Nun; died between 8 Jan 1078 and 1079 at A Nun.

.

Children of Otto Count of21 Vermandois and Adelle (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  647094. i. Herbert IV Count of20.

·                  ii. Eudes I 'Pied-de-Loup' De; born circa 1030 at Of Vermandois, France.

·                  iii. Peter De; born circa 1032 at Of Vermandois, France.

Children of Crinin ( the Thane)21 (--?--) and Bethoc (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647136. i. Maldred of20.

Children of Uchtred of21 Northumberland and Alfgifu (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647137. i. Ealdryth20.

Children of Duke Robert I (the Devil) of21 Normangy and Harlette de FALAISE (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  647148. i. William I (the Conqueror20.

·                  .2E+7. ii. Adelaide.

Children of Baldwin V of21 Lillie and Adele of France (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647149. i. Countess Matillda (Maud) of20.

Generation Twenty-Two

.2E+7 . Simon22 St Liz (Simon, #644260) (see #322130 )

Children of Raymond of22 Burgandy and Queen Urraca of Leon and Castile (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. King Alfonso VII21.

Children of Raymond22 Beringer III and Dulce (Aldonza) (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Berenguellla of21.

Children of King Alfonso II of22 Aragon and Sancha of Castile (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. King Alfonso I of21.

Children of Geoffry V of22 Anjou and Princess of England Matilda (Maud) (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. King Henry II21.

Children of William VIII Guil X Le Tousain of22 Aquitaine and Anor / Eleanor Chatellerault (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Duchess Eleanor of21.

Children of Raymond of22 Burgandy and Queen Urraca of Leon and Castile (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. King Alfonso VII21.

Children of Raymond22 Beringer III and Dulce (Aldonza) (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Berenguellla of21.

Children of King Alfonso II of22 Aragon and Sancha of Castile (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. King Alfonso I of21.

Children of Geoffry V of22 Anjou and Princess of England Matilda (Maud) (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. King Henry II21.

Children of William VIII Guil X Le Tousain of22 Aquitaine and Anor / Eleanor Chatellerault (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Duchess Eleanor of21.

Children of King Henry I22 (--?--) and Anne of Kiev (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  644278. i. Hugh21.

·                  ii. Philip I; born 1053; married Bertha of Holland, daughter of Count Florent I Holland and Gertrude (--?--), 1072; died 29 Jul 1108.

Children of Count Herberrt IV22 De Vermandois and Adele De Valois (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  644279. i. Adelaide21.

Children of William22 Fitz Osbern and an unknown spouse were:

·                  646869. i. Emma21.

Children of Godfrey Count of Eu and22 Brionne and an unknown spouse were:

·                  647064. i. Gilbert21 Count of Brionne.

Children of Osbern de22 Bolebec and Avelina de Crepon (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647066. i. Walter21.

Children of Fulk III the Black22 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  647073. i. Ermengarde21.

Children of Amauri de22 Montfort and Bertrade de Gometz (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Eve de21; born circa 1023; born circa 1023.

·                  647074. ii. Simon I de.

·                  iii. Mainer de; born circa 1027; born circa 1027.

Children of Richard22 D'Evereaux and Adele (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647075. i. Agnes21.

Children of William de22 Warren and ... de Torta (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647088. i. Ralph de21.

Children of Robert II22 Capet and Constance of Toulouse (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  647092. i. Henry I21 King of France.

·                  ii. Adela Princess of France; born 1009 at France; born 1009 at France; married an unknown person between Jan 1025 and 1026; married Richard III of Normandy, son of Duke IRichard II (the Good) of Normangy and Judith of Brittany, between Jan 1025 and 1026; married an unknown person 1028; married an unknown person 1028; died between 8 Jan 1078 and 1079 at A Nun; died between 8 Jan 1078 and 1079 at A Nun.

Children of Otto Count of22 Vermandois and Adelle (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  647094. i. Herbert IV Count of21.

·                  ii. Eudes I 'Pied-de-Loup' De; born circa 1030 at Of Vermandois, France.

·                  iii. Peter De; born circa 1032 at Of Vermandois, France.

Children of Crinin ( the Thane)22 (--?--) and Bethoc (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647136. i. Maldred of21.

Children of Uchtred of22 Northumberland and Alfgifu (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647137. i. Ealdryth21.

Children of Duke Robert I (the Devil) of22 Normangy and Harlette de FALAISE (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  647148. i. William I (the Conqueror21.

·                  .2E+7. ii. Adelaide.

Children of Baldwin V of22 Lillie and Adele of France (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647149. i. Countess Matillda (Maud) of21.

Children of Rolf22 Tallebois and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Adeliza Matilda21.

Children of Walkelin22 De Ferrers and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Henry21.

Children of Robert I22 De Vitre and Bertha (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Andre21.

Children of Earl Robert de22 Montain and Maud de Montgommery (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  .9E+7. i. Emma De21.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Agnes.

Children of Ranulf22 Peverell and Ingelrica Maud (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. William (the Elder)21.

Children of Waldon de22 St Clare and Helen Le Bon (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Agnes de21.

Children of Roger22 De Pitres and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Walter21.

Children of Geffori22 De Neufmarche and Ada De Hugleville (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Bernard21.

Children of Osbern22 Fitz-Richard and Nesta Ferch Gruffydd (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Nest21; married Bernard Di Neufmarche.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Nesta verch.

Children of Earl Sigurd of22 Northampton and Aelflaed (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Waltheof II21.

Children of Count Lambert of22 Lens and Adelaide (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Judith of21.

Children of Thorold Seigner of22 Pont Audemer and Wevia (Duciline) De Crepon (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Humphrey (Harecourt)21.

Children of John of22 Tonsburg and Dame De Mellent (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Harlevin Seigneur21; married Harlette de FALAISE, daughter of Fulbert de Falise and Dixia (--?--).

·                  .1E+7. ii. Oda of.

Children of William22 De Warren and (--?--) de Torta (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Ralph21.

Children of King Robert II (the Pious) of22 France and Constance of Provence (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  .1E+7. i. Adele of21.

·                  .1E+7. ii. King Henry I.

·                  .9E+7. iii. Robert ( the Old).

Children of King Jaroslav I of22 Kiev and Ingeborg (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Anne of21.

Children of Ortho22 De Vermandois and Pavie (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Count Herberrt IV21.

Children of Wa;ter22 Giffard and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Rohese21.

Children of Hildouin22 de Rameru and Adele (Alix De Roucy (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Margaret21.

Children of Wa;ter22 Giffard and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Rohese21.

Children of Hildouin22 de Rameru and Adele (Alix De Roucy (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Margaret21.

Children of Gonnchadd22 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Darbforgaill21.

Children of King Robert II (the Pious) of22 France and Constance of Provence (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  .1E+7. i. Adele of21.

·                  .1E+7. ii. King Henry I.

·                  .9E+7. iii. Robert ( the Old).

Children of King Jaroslav I of22 Kiev and Ingeborg (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Anne of21.

Children of Ortho22 De Vermandois and Pavie (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Count Herberrt IV21.

Children of Crinin ( the Thane)22 (--?--) and Bethoc (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647136. i. Maldred of21.

Children of Uchtred of22 Northumberland and Alfgifu (--?--) (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647137. i. Ealdryth21.

Children of Duke Robert I (the Devil) of22 Normangy and Harlette de FALAISE (see #.1E+7) were as follows:

·                  647148. i. William I (the Conqueror21.

·                  .2E+7. ii. Adelaide.

Children of Baldwin V of22 Lillie and Adele of France (see #.1E+7) were:

·                  647149. i. Countess Matillda (Maud) of21.

Children of Richard I22 Sanspeur and Gunelda of Denmark (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. William of Hiesmes Count of21; died BEF. 4 JAN 1038 39.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Godfrey Count of Eu and.

·                  iii. .Fressenda

Children of Herbastus de22 Crepon and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  .5E+7. i. Gonnor de21.

·                  ii. Wevia (Duceline) de; born circa 942; born circa 942; born circa 942; born circa 942; married an unknown person circa 979; married an unknown person circa 979; married an unknown person circa 979; married an unknown person circa 979.

·                  .1E+7. iii. Avelina de.

·                  iv. Herfast de; born circa 975; born circa 975; born circa 975; born circa 975.

Children of Robert of22 Evereux and Havlive (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Guillaume21; born circa 900; born circa 900.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Richard.

Children of Walter22 St Martin and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  .2E+7. i. William21.

·                  .1E+7. ii. William de.

Children of Hugh22 Capet and Adelaide of Poitou (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Robert II21.

Children of Herbert III Count of22 Vermandois and Ermengarde (--?--) (see #.2E+7) both born at Of, Vermandois, France, were as follows:

·                  i. Albert II Count Of21; born circa 977; died between 1 Feb 1014 and 1015 at Sp.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Otto Count of.

Children of King Malel-Colum (Malcolm II) of22 Scotland and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  .3E+8. i. Bethrix (Bethoc)21.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Bethoc.

Children of King Aethelred II 0f22 England and Alfflaid (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Alfgifu21.

Children of Duke IRichard II (the Good) of22 Normangy and Judith of Brittany (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Alice of21; married Count Renaud (Rayald) of Burgandy 1023.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Duke Robert I (the Devil) of.

·                  iii. Richard III of; born circa 997 at Normandy, France; born circa 997 at Normandy; married Adela Capet Princess of France, daughter of Robert II Capet and Constance of Toulouse, between Jan 1025 and 1026; died 6 Aug 1028.

Children of Fulbert22 de Falise and Dixia (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Harlette21.

Children of Baldwin IV (the Bearded) of22 Lillie and Ogive (Otgive of Luxemburg (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Baldwin V of21.

Children of King Robert II (the Pious) of22 France and Constance of Provence (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  .1E+7. i. Adele of21.

·                  .1E+7. ii. King Henry I.

·                  .9E+7. iii. Robert ( the Old).

Generation Twenty-Three

.4E+7 . Simon23 St Liz (Randulf (--?--), #.1E+7) (see #644260 )

Children of King Alfonso VI23 Leon and Castile and Constance of Burgandy (see #.4E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Queen Urraca of22.

Children of Wiscount Gilbert23 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Dulce (Aldonza)22.

Children of Count - Duke William VII f Poitoi Guillaume IX of23 Aquitaine and Phillippa (Matilida) of Toulouse (see #.4E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. William VIII Guil X Le Tousain of22.

Children of Viscount Aimery I of23 Chatellerault and Dangereuse (--?--) (see #.4E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Anor / Eleanor22.

Children of King Alfonso VI23 Leon and Castile and Constance of Burgandy (see #.4E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Queen Urraca of22.

Children of Wiscount Gilbert23 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Dulce (Aldonza)22.

Children of Count - Duke William VII f Poitoi Guillaume IX of23 Aquitaine and Phillippa (Matilida) of Toulouse (see #.4E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. William VIII Guil X Le Tousain of22.

Children of Viscount Aimery I of23 Chatellerault and Dangereuse (--?--) (see #.4E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Anor / Eleanor22.

Children of King Robert II (the Pious) of23 France and Constance of Provence (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  .1E+7. i. Adele of22.

·                  .1E+7. ii. King Henry I.

·                  .9E+7. iii. Robert ( the Old).

Children of King Jaroslav I of23 Kiev and Ingeborg (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Anne of22.

Children of Ortho23 De Vermandois and Pavie (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Count Herberrt IV22.

Children of Richard I23 Sanspeur and Gunelda of Denmark (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. William of Hiesmes Count of22; died BEF. 4 JAN 1038 39.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Godfrey Count of Eu and.

·                  iii. .

Children of Herbastus de23 Crepon and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  .5E+7. i. Gonnor de22.

·                  ii. Wevia (Duceline) de; born circa 942; born circa 942; born circa 942; born circa 942; married an unknown person circa 979; married an unknown person circa 979; married an unknown person circa 979; married an unknown person circa 979.

·                  .1E+7. iii. Avelina de.

·                  iv. Herfast de; born circa 975; born circa 975; born circa 975; born circa 975.

Children of Robert of23 Evereux and Havlive (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Guillaume22; born circa 900; born circa 900.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Richard.

Children of Walter23 St Martin and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  .2E+7. i. William22.

·                  .1E+7. ii. William de.

Children of Hugh23 Capet and Adelaide of Poitou (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Robert II22.

Children of Herbert III Count of23 Vermandois and Ermengarde (--?--) (see #.2E+7) both born at Of, Vermandois, France, were as follows:

·                  i. Albert II Count Of22; born circa 977; died between 1 Feb 1014 and 1015 at Sp.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Otto Count of.

Children of King Malel-Colum (Malcolm II) of23 Scotland and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  .3E+8. i. Bethrix (Bethoc)22.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Bethoc.

Children of King Aethelred II 0f23 England and Alfflaid (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Alfgifu22.

Children of Duke IRichard II (the Good) of23 Normangy and Judith of Brittany (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Alice of22; married Count Renaud (Rayald) of Burgandy 1023.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Duke Robert I (the Devil) of.

·                  iii. Richard III of; born circa 997 at Normandy, France; born circa 997 at Normandy; married Adela Capet Princess of France, daughter of Robert II Capet and Constance of Toulouse, between Jan 1025 and 1026; died 6 Aug 1028.

Children of Fulbert23 de Falise and Dixia (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Harlette22.

Children of Baldwin IV (the Bearded) of23 Lillie and Ogive (Otgive of Luxemburg (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Baldwin V of22.

Children of King Robert II (the Pious) of23 France and Constance of Provence (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  .1E+7. i. Adele of22.

·                  .1E+7. ii. King Henry I.

·                  .9E+7. iii. Robert ( the Old).

.5E+7 . William23 De Braose (see #.1E+7 )

Children of Earl Roger de23 Montgommery and Mabel Talvas (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Maud de22.

Children of Richard23 Fitz-Richard and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Osbern22.

Children of Prince (Deheuberth) Gruffydd/Griffith ap23 Llewellwn and Ealdgyth (of) Mercia (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Nesta Ferch22.

Children of Aldred of23 Bernicia and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Aelflaed22.

Children of Count Eustace I of23 Boulogne and Maud (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Count Lambert of22.

Children of Torf (the Rich)23 De Harcourt and Ertemburge De Berioqibec (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Thorold Seigner of22.

Children of Habistus23 De Crepon and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Wevia (Duciline)22.

·                  .2E+7. i. John of22.

·                  .2E+7. i. William22.

·                  .1E+7. ii. William de.

Children of Hugh23 Capet and Adelaide of France (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Robert II (the Pious) of22.

Children of William (Guillaume)23 Provence and Adelaide (Blanche) (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Constance of22.

Children of Casimer I of23 Poland and Drobroniega (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Jaroslav I of22.

Children of King Olaf of23 Sweden and Queen Astrid of Sweden (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ingeborg22.

Children of Count Herbert III23 De Vermandois and Adele De Valois (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ortho22.

Children of Osburn23 de Bolbec and Duvellina (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Wa;ter22.

Children of Ebles I23 (--?--) and Beautrix of Hainaut (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Adele (Alix22.

Children of Osburn23 de Bolbec and Duvellina (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Wa;ter22.

Children of Ebles I23 (--?--) and Beautrix of Hainaut (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Adele (Alix22.

Children of Brian23 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Gonnchadd22.

Children of Hugh23 Capet and Adelaide of France (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Robert II (the Pious) of22.

Children of William (Guillaume)23 Provence and Adelaide (Blanche) (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Constance of22.

Children of Casimer I of23 Poland and Drobroniega (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Jaroslav I of22.

Children of King Olaf of23 Sweden and Queen Astrid of Sweden (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ingeborg22.

Children of Count Herbert III23 De Vermandois and Adele De Valois (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ortho22.

Children of King Malel-Colum (Malcolm II) of23 Scotland and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  .3E+8. i. Bethrix (Bethoc)22.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Bethoc.

Children of King Aethelred II 0f23 England and Alfflaid (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Alfgifu22.

Children of Duke IRichard II (the Good) of23 Normangy and Judith of Brittany (see #.2E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Alice of22; married Count Renaud (Rayald) of Burgandy 1023.

·                  .1E+7. ii. Duke Robert I (the Devil) of.

·                  iii. Richard III of; born circa 997 at Normandy, France; born circa 997 at Normandy; married Adela Capet Princess of France, daughter of Robert II Capet and Constance of Toulouse, between Jan 1025 and 1026; died 6 Aug 1028.

Children of Fulbert23 de Falise and Dixia (--?--) (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Harlette22.

Children of Baldwin IV (the Bearded) of23 Lillie and Ogive (Otgive of Luxemburg (see #.2E+7) were:

·                  .1E+7. i. Baldwin V of22.

Children of William I23 Longsword and Sprota la Danoise (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Richard I22.

Children of Hugh23 Magnus and Hedwig of Saxony (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Hugh22.

Children of Albert I The Pious Count Of23 VERMANDOIS and Gerberge Princess of Lorraine (see #.5E+7) were as follows:

·                  .2E+7. i. Herbert III Count of22.

·                  ii. Eudes (Otton) de; born circa 946 at Of Vermandois; died before 987.

·                  iii. Guy Count Of; died 13 Jun; born circa 948 at Of Vermandois.

·                  iv. Gisaele Of; born circa 950 at Of, Vermandois.

·                  v. Lindulf Of; born circa 957 at Of Vermandois; died 986.

Children of Reinald Count Of23 BAR and Mrs. Reinald Countess Of BAR (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ermengarde22.

Children of Cinaed of23 Scotland and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Malel-Colum (Malcolm II) of22.

Children of King Edgar (the Peaceful) of23 England and Elfrida (Ealthryth) (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Aethelred II 0f22.

Children of Richard I (of)23 Normandy and Gunnor (of) Crepon (see #.5E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Godfrey (of)22; died circa 1015.

·                  .2E+7. ii. Duke IRichard II (the Good) of.

Children of Count - Duke Conin I (the crooked)23 Brittany and Emangarde of Anjou (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Judith of22.

Children of Arnold (Arnulf) II of23 Flanders and Rosela (Susanna) of Ivrea (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Baldwin IV (the Bearded) of22.

Children of Count Frederick I of23 Luxemburg and Irmentrude of Gleiburg (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ogive (Otgive of22.

Children of William (Guillaume)23 Provence and Adelaide (Blanche) (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Constance of22.

Generation Twenty-Four

.9E+7 . Randulf (the Rich)24 (--?--) (see #.1E+7 )

Children of King Fernando I (the Great)24 Leon and Castile and Sancha (--?--) (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. King Alfonso VI23.

Children of Robert ( the Old)24 Burgandy and Eleanor of Semur-en-Auxois (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Constance of23.

Children of King Malcolm III pf24 Scotland and Margaret (--?--) (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Matilda of23.

Children of Count William VI (Geoffrey of24 Poitou and Hildergarde (--?--) (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Count - Duke William VII f Poitoi Guillaume IX of23.

Children of Count William IV of24 Toulouse and Emma De Montain (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Phillippa (Matilida) of23.

Children of Viscount Boso II of24 Chatellerault and Eleanor de Thouars (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Viscount Aimery I of23.

Children of Bartholomew de I' Isle24 Bouchard and Gergerba (--?--) (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Dangereuse23.

Children of King Fernando I (the Great)24 Leon and Castile and Sancha (--?--) (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. King Alfonso VI23.

Children of Robert ( the Old)24 Burgandy and Eleanor of Semur-en-Auxois (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Constance of23.

Children of King Malcolm III pf24 Scotland and Margaret (--?--) (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Matilda of23.

Children of Count William VI (Geoffrey of24 Poitou and Hildergarde (--?--) (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Count - Duke William VII f Poitoi Guillaume IX of23.

Children of Count William IV of24 Toulouse and Emma De Montain (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Phillippa (Matilida) of23.

Children of Viscount Boso II of24 Chatellerault and Eleanor de Thouars (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Viscount Aimery I of23.

Children of Bartholomew de I' Isle24 Bouchard and Gergerba (--?--) (see #.9E+7) were:

·                  .4E+7. i. Dangereuse23.

Children of William (Guillaume)24 Provence and Adelaide (Blanche) (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Constance of23.

Children of Casimer I of24 Poland and Drobroniega (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Jaroslav I of23.

Children of King Olaf of24 Sweden and Queen Astrid of Sweden (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ingeborg23.

Children of Count Herbert III24 De Vermandois and Adele De Valois (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ortho23.

Children of William I24 Longsword and Sprota la Danoise (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Richard I23.

Children of Hugh24 Magnus and Hedwig of Saxony (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Hugh23.

Children of Albert I The Pious Count Of24 VERMANDOIS and Gerberge Princess of Lorraine (see #.5E+7) were as follows:

·                  .2E+7. i. Herbert III Count of23.

·                  ii. Eudes (Otton) de; born circa 946 at Of Vermandois; died before 987.

·                  iii. Guy Count Of; died 13 Jun; born circa 948 at Of Vermandois.

·                  iv. Gisaele Of; born circa 950 at Of, Vermandois.

·                  v. Lindulf Of; born circa 957 at Of Vermandois; died 986.

Children of Reinald Count Of24 BAR and Mrs. Reinald Countess Of BAR (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ermengarde23.

Children of Cinaed of24 Scotland and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Malel-Colum (Malcolm II) of23.

Children of King Edgar (the Peaceful) of24 England and Elfrida (Ealthryth) (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Aethelred II 0f23.

Children of Richard I (of)24 Normandy and Gunnor (of) Crepon (see #.5E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Godfrey (of)23; died circa 1015.

·                  .2E+7. ii. Duke IRichard II (the Good) of.

Children of Count - Duke Conin I (the crooked)24 Brittany and Emangarde of Anjou (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Judith of23.

Children of Arnold (Arnulf) II of24 Flanders and Rosela (Susanna) of Ivrea (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Baldwin IV (the Bearded) of23.

Children of Count Frederick I of24 Luxemburg and Irmentrude of Gleiburg (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ogive (Otgive of23.

Children of William (Guillaume)24 Provence and Adelaide (Blanche) (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Constance of23.

.1E+8 . Waldon de24 St Clare (see #.2E+7 )

Children of Prince William24 Talvas and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Mabel23.

Children of Llewelyn ap24 Seisell and \Angharad verch Maryedydd (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Prince (Deheuberth) Gruffydd/Griffith ap23.

Children of Earl AELFgar24 Mercia and Aelgifu (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Ealdgyth (of)23.

Children of Lambert I ( the Bearded)24 (--?--) and Gerberga of Lorraine (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Maud23.

Children of Bernard (the Dane)24 De Harcourt and Sprote Bourgyoyne (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Torf (the Rich)23.

Children of Hugh24 Magnus and Hedwig of Saxony (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Hugh23.

Children of William I24 Poitou and Gerloc (Adele) (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·                  .3E+8. i. Count William II23.

·                  .5E+7. ii. Adelaide of.

Children of Count Boso II of24 Avaignion and Arles and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .5E+7. i. William (Guillaume)23.

·                  .5E+7. i. Adelaide (Blanche)23.

·                  .5E+7. i. Casimer I of23.

Children of St Vadimer24 Kiev and Daughter of Kuno (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Drobroniega23.

Children of King Erik VIII of24 Sweden and Sigred (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. King Olaf of23.

Children of Count Albert I24 De Vermandois and Gerberga of Lorraine (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Count Herbert III23.

Children of Count Giselbert24 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Ebles I23.

Children of Count Giselbert24 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Ebles I23.

Children of Hugh24 Magnus and Hedwig of Saxony (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Hugh23.

Children of William I24 Poitou and Gerloc (Adele) (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·                  .3E+8. i. Count William II23.

·                  .5E+7. ii. Adelaide of.

Children of Count Boso II of24 Avaignion and Arles and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .5E+7. i. William (Guillaume)23.

·                  .5E+7. i. Adelaide (Blanche)23.

·                  .5E+7. i. Casimer I of23.

Children of St Vadimer24 Kiev and Daughter of Kuno (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Drobroniega23.

Children of King Erik VIII of24 Sweden and Sigred (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. King Olaf of23.

Children of Count Albert I24 De Vermandois and Gerberga of Lorraine (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Count Herbert III23.

Children of Cinaed of24 Scotland and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Malel-Colum (Malcolm II) of23.

Children of King Edgar (the Peaceful) of24 England and Elfrida (Ealthryth) (--?--) (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. King Aethelred II 0f23.

Children of Richard I (of)24 Normandy and Gunnor (of) Crepon (see #.5E+7) were as follows:

·                  i. Godfrey (of)23; died circa 1015.

·                  .2E+7. ii. Duke IRichard II (the Good) of.

Children of Count - Duke Conin I (the crooked)24 Brittany and Emangarde of Anjou (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Judith of23.

Children of Arnold (Arnulf) II of24 Flanders and Rosela (Susanna) of Ivrea (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Baldwin IV (the Bearded) of23.

Children of Count Frederick I of24 Luxemburg and Irmentrude of Gleiburg (see #.5E+7) were:

·                  .2E+7. i. Ogive (Otgive of23.

Children of Hrolf der Ganger24 Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·                  .5E+7. i. William I23.

·                  ii. Adele of Normandy; born circa 917; married an unknown person 933; died 963.

Children of Herbert I Count of Senlis24 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·                  .5E+7. i. Sprota la23.

·                  ii. Beatrice de; born 880; born 880; born 880; born 880; married Robert I of France circa 895; married an unknown person circa 895; married an unknown person circa 895; married an unknown person circa 895; died 931; died 931; died 931; died 931.

·                  .1E+8. iii. Herbert II of.

Children of Robert I24 (--?--) and Beautrix De Vermandois (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·                  .5E+7. i. Hugh23.

·                  .2E+8. ii. Count Herbert II.

Children of Emperor Henry I (the Fowler)24 (--?--) and Mechtilde Matilda of Ringleheim (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·                  .4E+8. i. Gerberga of23.

·                  .5E+7. ii. Hedwig of.

·                  .1E+8. iii. Gerberga of.

·                  .4E+8. iv. Otto I.

Children of Herbert II of24 Vermandois and Hildebrande (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·                  i. Herbert de23; buried at Abbaye De Lagny, France; born between 910 and 915 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; married Ogiva (--?--), daughter of Edward the Elder and Aelflaeda (--?--), 951 at St. Quentin, France; died 28 Dec 993.

·                  ii. Adele de; buried at Abbaye De St Pierre, Gand, Flandres; born between 910 and 915 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; died 10 Oct 960 at Bruges, Aquitaine.

·                  .5E+7. iii. Albert I The Pious Count Of.

·                  iv. Eudes Count Of; born circa 916 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; died after 19 Jun 946.

·                  v. Robert Count Of; born circa 918 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; died 29 Aug 968.

·                  vi. Luitgarde de; died AFT. 9 FEB 977 78; died AFT. 9 FEB 977 78; died AFT. 9 FEB 977 78; died AFT. 9 FEB 977 78; buried at Abbaye De Matemoutier, France; buried at Abbaye De Matemoutier, France; buried at Abbaye De Matemoutier, France; buried at Abbaye De Matemoutier, France; born circa 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; born circa 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; born circa 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; born circa 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; married William I Longsword, son of Hrolf der Ganger Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois, 935; married William I Longsword, son of Hrolf der Ganger Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois, 935; married William I Longsword, son of Hrolf der Ganger Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois, 935; married William I Longsword, son of Hrolf der Ganger Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois, 935; married an unknown person before 945;

·                  vii. Hugues Archbishop Of; born 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; died 962.

Children of Gilbert Duke Of24 LORRAINE and Gerberge (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·                  .5E+7. i. Gerberge Princess of23.

·                  ii. Alberade de; born circa 930 at Of, Lorraine, France; died between 15 Mar 972 and 973.

·                  iii. Henri Duke Of; born circa 932 at Of Lorraine, France; died circa 932.

·                  iv. Wiltrude Duchess Of; born circa 937 at Of, Lorraine, France.

Children of King Malel-Colum (Malcolm ) of24 Scotland and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Cinaed of23.

Children of King Edmund (the Magnificant) of24 England and St. Algifu (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. King Edgar (the Peaceful) of23.

Children of Earl24 Ordgar and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Elfrida (Ealthryth)23.

Children of William I24 Normandy and Sprota (Adela (of) Senlis (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Richard I (of)23.

Children of Juhul (Judhael)24 Berenger and Gerba (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Count - Duke Conin I (the crooked)23.

Children of Geoffrey I (Grissgonelle) of24 Anjou and Adelaide De Vermandois (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Emangarde of23.

Children of Baldwin III of24 Flanders and Matilda of Saxony (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Arnold (Arnulf) II of23.

Children of Beringer II24 Ivrea and Wliia (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Rosela (Susanna) of23.

Children of Count SIGFRIED OF24 Luxemburg and Hedwig (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Count Frederick I of23.

Children of Herbert I of24 Gleiburg and Irmintrude of Avalgau (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .5E+7. i. Irmentrude of23.

Children of William I24 Poitou and Gerloc (Adele) (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·                  .3E+8. i. Count William II23.

·                  .5E+7. ii. Adelaide of.

Children of Count Boso II of24 Avaignion and Arles and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .5E+7. i. William (Guillaume)23.

·                  .5E+7. i. Adelaide (Blanche)23.

Generation Twenty-Five

Children of King Alfonso V of25 Leon and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .9E+7. i. Sancha24.

Children of King Ducan I MacCrinan25 Scotland and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .9E+7. i. King Malcolm III pf24.

Children of Edward (the AEtheling)25 (--?--) and Agetha of Hungary (see #.1E+8) were:

·                  .9E+7. i. Margaret24.

Children of Count William III25 Poitou and an unknown spouse were:

·                  .9E+7. i. Count William VI (Geoffrey of24.

Children of Count Pons III of25 Toulouse and Almonde (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

.9E+7. i. Count William IV of24.

Children of Hugh de25 Chatellerault and Gergerba de Rochefoucauld (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .9E+7. i. Viscount Boso II of24.

Children of Viscount Aimery IV de25 Thouars and an unknown spouse were:

·  .9E+7. i. Eleanor de24.

Children of King Alfonso V of25 Leon and an unknown spouse were:

·  .9E+7. i. Sancha24.

Children of King Ducan I MacCrinan25 Scotland and an unknown spouse were:

·  .9E+7. i. King Malcolm III pf24.

Children of Edward (the AEtheling)25 (--?--) and Agetha of Hungary (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .9E+7. i. Margaret24.

Children of Count William III25 Poitou and an unknown spouse were:

·  .9E+7. i. Count William VI (Geoffrey of24.

Children of Count Pons III of25 Toulouse and Almonde (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .9E+7. i. Count William IV of24.

Children of Hugh de25 Chatellerault and Gergerba de Rochefoucauld (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .9E+7. i. Viscount Boso II of24.

Children of Viscount Aimery IV de25 Thouars and an unknown spouse were:

·  .9E+7. i. Eleanor de24.

Children of William I25 Poitou and Gerloc (Adele) (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .3E+8. i. Count William II24.

·  .5E+7. ii. Adelaide of.

Children of Count Boso II of25 Avaignion and Arles and an unknown spouse were:

·  .5E+7. i. William (Guillaume)24.

·  .5E+7. i. Adelaide (Blanche)24.

·  .5E+7. i. Casimer I of24.

Children of St Vadimer25Kiev and Daughter of Kuno (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Drobroniega24.

Children of King Erik VIII of25 Sweden and Sigred (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. King Olaf of24.

Children of Count Albert I25 De Vermandois and Gerberga of Lorraine (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Count Herbert III24.

Children of Hrolf der Ganger25 Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .5E+7. i. William I24.

·  ii. Adele of Normandy; born circa 917; married an unknown person 933; died 963.

Children of Herbert I Count of Senlis25 (--?--) and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·  .5E+7. i. Sprota la24.

·  ii. Beatrice de; born 880; born 880; born 880; born 880; married Robert I of France circa 895; married an unknown person circa 895; married an unknown person circa 895; married an unknown person circa 895; died 931; died 931; died 931; died 931.

·  .1E+8. iii. Herbert II of.

Children of Robert I25 (--?--) and Beautrix De Vermandois (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .5E+7. i. Hugh24.

·  .2E+8. ii. Count Herbert II.

Children of Emperor Henry I (the Fowler)25 (--?--) and Mechtilde Matilda of Ringleheim (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .4E+8. i. Gerberga of24.

·  .5E+7. ii. Hedwig of.

·  .1E+8. iii. Gerberga of.

·  .4E+8. iv. Otto I.

Children of Herbert II of25 Vermandois and Hildebrande (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  i. Herbert de24; buried at Abbaye De Lagny, France; born between 910 and 915 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; married Ogiva (--?--), daughter of Edward the Elder and Aelflaeda (--?--), 951 at St. Quentin, France; died 28 Dec 993.

He was also known as Count of Virmandois. He There are some conflicts here between Burke and Tompsett. Burke says Ogiva, dau. of Edward the Elder, married Herbert III of Vermandois, while Tompsett says Edgifu married Herbert the Elder. The lines seem to connect quite well at Herbert II of Vermandois as the father of Herbert, but Tompsett has Herbert III as a grandson of Herbert II, by his son Adalbert or Albert. ii. Adele de; buried at Abbaye De St Pierre, Gand, Flandres; born between 910 and 915 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; died 10 Oct 960 at Bruges, Aquitaine.

·  .5E+7. iii. Albert I The Pious Count Of.

·  iv. Eudes Count Of; born circa 916 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; died after 19 Jun 946.

·  v. Robert Count Of; born circa 918 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; died 29 Aug 968.

·  vi. Luitgarde de; died AFT. 9 FEB 977 78; died AFT. 9 FEB 977 78; died AFT. 9 FEB 977 78; died AFT. 9 FEB 977 78; buried at Abbaye De Matemoutier, France; buried at Abbaye De Matemoutier, France; buried at Abbaye De Matemoutier, France; buried at Abbaye De Matemoutier, France; born circa 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; born circa 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; born circa 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; born circa 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; married William I Longsword, son of Hrolf der Ganger Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois, 935; married William I Longsword, son of Hrolf der Ganger Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois, 935; married William I Longsword, son of Hrolf der Ganger Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois, 935; married William I Longsword, son of Hrolf der Ganger Ragnvaldsson and Poppa de Valois, 935; married an unknown person before 945; married an unknown person before 945; married an unknown person before 945; married an unknown person before 945.

·  vii. Hugues Archbishop Of; born 920 at Of Vermandois, Neustria; died 962.

Children of Gilbert Duke Of25 LORRAINE and Gerberge (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .5E+7. i. Gerberge Princess of24.

·  ii. Alberade de; born circa 930 at Of, Lorraine, France; died between 15 Mar 972 and 973.

·  iii. Henri Duke Of; born circa 932 at Of Lorraine, France; died circa 932.

·  iv. Wiltrude Duchess Of; born circa 937 at Of, Lorraine, France.

Children of King Malel-Colum (Malcolm ) of25 Scotland and an unknown spouse were:

·  .5E+7. i. Cinaed of24.

Children of King Edmund (the Magnificant) of25 England and St. Algifu (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. King Edgar (the Peaceful) of24.

Children of Earl25 Ordgar and an unknown spouse were:

·  .5E+7. i. Elfrida (Ealthryth)24.

Children of William I25 Normandy and Sprota (Adela (of) Senlis (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Richard I (of)24.

Children of Juhul (Judhael)25 Berenger and Gerba (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Count - Duke Conin I (the crooked)24.

Children of Geoffrey I (Grissgonelle) of25 Anjou and Adelaide De Vermandois (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Emangarde of24.

Children of Baldwin III of25 Flanders and Matilda of Saxony (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Arnold (Arnulf) II of24.

Children of Beringer II25 Ivrea and Wliia (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Rosela (Susanna) of24.

Children of Count SIGFRIED OF25 Luxemburg and Hedwig (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Count Frederick I of24.

Children of Herbert I of25 Gleiburg and Irmintrude of Avalgau (see #.1E+8) were:

·  .5E+7. i. Irmentrude of24.

Children of William I25 Poitou and Gerloc (Adele) (--?--) (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .3E+8. i. Count William II24.

·  .5E+7. ii. Adelaide of.

Children of Count Boso II of25 Avaignion and Arles and an unknown spouse were:

·  .5E+7. i. William (Guillaume)24.

·  .5E+7. i. Adelaide (Blanche)24.

.2E+8 . Richard25 Fitz-Richard (see #.5E+7 )

Children of Seisyll ap25 Ednywain and Prawst verch Elise (see #.2E+8) were as follows:

·  i. .Cynan ap24 ii. Llewelyn ap; born circa 980 at of Rhuddlan, Flintshire, Wales; died 1023.

·  .1E+8. iii. Llewelyn ap.

Children of Maredydd ap25 Owain and an unknown spouse were:

·  .1E+8. i. \Angharad verch24.

Children of Earl Leofric25 Mercia and Lady Godiva (Godgifu) (--?--) (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Aelgifu24.

Children of Reginer III of25 Hainaut and Adele (--?--) (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Lambert I ( the Bearded)24.

Children of Charles of25 Lorraine and an unknown spouse were as follows:

·  i. Ermengarde of24; married Count Robert I of Lomme.

·  .1E+8. ii. Gerberga of.

Children of Robert I25 (--?--) and Beautrix De Vermandois (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .5E+7. i. Hugh24.

·  .2E+8. ii. Count Herbert II.

Children of Emperor Henry I (the Fowler)25 (--?--) and Mechtilde Matilda of Ringleheim (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .4E+8. i. Gerberga of24.

·  .5E+7. ii. Hedwig of.

·  .1E+8. iii. Gerberga of.

·  .4E+8. iv. Otto I.

Children of Ebles25 Mancer and an unknown spouse were:

·  .1E+8. i. William I24.

Children of Rothbald I25 (--?--) and Constance of Provence (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Count Boso II of24.

Children of Edzo of25 Lorraine and Matilda of Saxony (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Rixa of24.

Children of Svatoslav25 Gorevich and Debrima of Russia (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. St Vadimer24.

Children of Count Kuno25 Ohningen and Richilde (--?--) (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Daughter of24.

Children of King Bjorn of25 Sweden and an unknown spouse were:

·  .1E+8. i. King Erik VIII of24.

·  .1E+8. i. Sigred24.

Children of Count Herbert II25 De Vermandois and Luitgarde of France (see #.2E+8) were as follows:

·  .1E+8. i. Count Albert I24.

·  .2E+8. ii. Robert.

Children of Emperor Henry I (the Fowler)25 (--?--) and Mechtilde Matilda of Ringleheim (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .4E+8. i. Gerberga of24.

·  .5E+7. ii. Hedwig of.

·  .1E+8. iii. Gerberga of.

·  .4E+8. iv. Otto I.

Children of Renaud25 (--?--) and Alberade of Lorraine (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Count Giselbert24.

Children of Renaud25 (--?--) and Alberade of Lorraine (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Count Giselbert24.

Children of Robert I25 (--?--) and Beautrix De Vermandois (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .5E+7. i. Hugh24.

·  .2E+8. ii. Count Herbert II.

Children of Emperor Henry I (the Fowler)25 (--?--) and Mechtilde Matilda of Ringleheim (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .4E+8. i. Gerberga of24.

·  .5E+7. ii. Hedwig of.

·  .1E+8. iii. Gerberga of.

·  .4E+8. iv. Otto I.

Children of Ebles25 Mancer and an unknown spouse were:

·  .1E+8. i. William I24.

Children of Rothbald I25 (--?--) and Constance of Provence (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Count Boso II of24.

Children of Edzo of25 Lorraine and Matilda of Saxony (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Rixa of24.

Children of Svatoslav25 Gorevich and Debrima of Russia (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. St Vadimer24.

Children of Count Kuno25 Ohningen and Richilde (--?--) (see #.2E+8) were:

·  .1E+8. i. Daughter of24.

Children of King Bjorn of25 Sweden and an unknown spouse were:

·  .1E+8. i. King Erik VIII of24.

·  .1E+8. i. Sigred24.

Children of Count Herbert II25 De Vermandois and Luitgarde of France (see #.2E+8) were as follows:

·  .1E+8. i. Count Albert I24.

·  .2E+8. ii. Robert.

Children of Emperor Henry I (the Fowler)25 (--?--) and Mechtilde Matilda of Ringleheim (see #.1E+8) were as follows:

·  .4E+8. i. Gerberga of24.

·  .5E+7. ii. Hedwig of.

·  .1E+8. iii. Gerberga of.

·  .4E+8. iv. Otto I.