Lord of Lyman Alan Del Strother I (b. Abt. 1228, d. Aft. 1250)
Alan Del Strother I235 was born Abt. 1228 in Northumberland, England, and died Aft. 1250 in Chalton, Northumberland, England. He married Constance De Lymore on Bef. 1250 in Northumberland, England.
Notes for Alan Del Strother I: From Tyler's Quarterly Written by John B. O. Nicklin David Hunter Strother also says that Alan del Strother I, Lord of Lymon (Lyham) in Parish of Chalton County, Northumberland, England, had by a fine (Tun 23, Edward III 1349) one hundred merke and half of Manor of Lymon. He was High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1354-55 (57?). (Lyham) (Owens) He married Constance de Lymore. (David Hunter Strother was a Civil War Correspondent for Harper's Weekly during the Civil War. He wrote under the name Porte Crayon.)
Family motto: "Death Rather than to break faith."
Castle Strother remained in the family for 300 years.
More About Alan Del Strother I: Residence: Castle Strother, Glendale, England.
More About Alan Del Strother I and Constance De Lymore: Marriage: Bef. 1250, Northumberland, England.
Children of Alan Del Strother I and Constance De Lymore are:
+Alan De Strother, b. Abt. 1253, Northumberland, England, d. 1281, Newton, Northumberland, England.