|53344||i.||Sir Robert IV Ogle Kt Baron Of Ogle, born 12 Aug 1351 in Callerton, Northumberland, of Bothal, and of Hepple; died 31 Oct 1409 in England; married Joan De Heton Bef. 24 Dec 1372 in Chillingham, Staffordshire.|
|53345||i.||Joan De Heton, born in Chillingham, Staffordshire; died 10 Dec 1416; married Sir Robert IV Ogle Kt Baron Of Ogle Bef. 24 Dec 1372 in Chillingham, Staffordshire.|
|ii.||Mariona De Heton, born in of Chillingham; died Unknown; married (1) Sir William Swinburne V Bef. 1402; born Abt. 1353 in Capheaton, Northumberland; died 1402; married (2) John Del Strother Aft. 1402; died Unknown.|
More About Mariona De Heton:|
Heiress: Coheir to her father
Notes for Sir William Swinburne V:|
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland Vol I
(*) The eminent house of SWINBURNE is amongst the most ancient in the kingdom deriving from the
flower of the nobility of Europe, and bearing no less than eighty-six quarterings in its shield. It
enumerates as lineal progenitors, the early kings of France, many emperors, dukes of Normandy, the
Plantagenets, kings of England, the Percies, (including HOTSPUR) the Nevilles, all the Greys, the
Willoughbys D'Eresoy, the Warrens, Howards, Cliffords, Vescis, Mortimers, Fitzhughs, Fitzalans,
Fitzwalters, Ratcliffs; the Bohuns, Vauxes, Dacres of the North, Widvilles, De Ross, De la
Poles, Mowbrays, Beauchamps, &c. &c. Of the twenty-five barons who wrenched MAGNA CHARTA
from JOHN, it is a fact worthy of observation, that eighteen were direct ancestors of the Swinburnes.
More About Sir William Swinburne V:|
Political 1: Bet. 1374 - 1386, Constable of Berwick on Tweed
Political 2: MP
Political 3: 1400, Constable of Beaumarris Castle, Anglesey
More About William Swinburne and Mariona De Heton:|
Marriage: Bef. 1402
|iii.||Elizabeth De Heton, born in Chillingham, Northumberland; died 23 Jun 1410; married John Fenwick; died Unknown.|
|iv.||William De Heton, died Bef. 1387.|
|v.||Edgar De Heton, died Aft. 1424.|
|vi.||Margaret De Heton, died Unknown; married (1) Sir William Molyneux; born Bet. 1310 - 1320 in Lancashire; died 01 Oct 1358 in France; married (2) Sir Robert Holland; born 1312 in Of Enkerston; died Unknown.|
|i.||Elizabeth Grey, born Abt. 1356 in Chillingham, Northumberland, England; died 11 Aug 1412 in Knaith, Lincolnshire, England.|
|53346||ii.||Sir Thomas IV Grey Lord Grey, born Abt. 1359 in Heton, Northumberland; died 26 Nov 1400; married Joan Genet Mowbray Abt. 1381.|
|iii.||Jane Grey, born Abt. 1361; died Unknown.|
|iv.||John Grey, born Abt. 1363; died Unknown.|
|v.||Agnes Grey, born Abt. 1365 in of Heton, Yorkshire, and Northumberland; died 25 Oct 1420 in Holmside, Durham; married Sir Thomas II Umfreville, Kt Abt. 1385 in Castle Harbottle, Northumberland; born Abt. 1361 in Castle Harbottle, Northumberland777; died 12 Feb 1390/91 in England.|
More About Sir Thomas II Umfreville, Kt:|
Title or Name: Lord of Riddlesdale and Kyme778
More About Thomas Umfreville and Agnes Grey:|
Marriage: Abt. 1385, Castle Harbottle, Northumberland
|i.||Eleanor Mowbray, born Abt. 1355 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire; died 18 Jun 1387; married (1) Sir Lewis Clifford, KG; born Abt. 1364 in of Bobbing, Kent; died 1404; married (2) Sir John II De Welles Kt Baron Welles Bef. May 1368; born 20 Apr 1352 in Conisholme, Linconshire782; died 26 Aug 1421.|
More About Sir John II De Welles Kt Baron Welles:|
Heir: Coheir to his father
Individual Note: 23 Apr 1390, Participated in a noted joust on London Bridge, losing to David Lindsay, 1st Earl of Crawford.
Political: Bet. 1375 - 1420, MP
Title or Name: Baron Welles 5th
More About John Baron Welles and Eleanor Mowbray:|
Marriage: Bef. May 1368
|53347||ii.||Joan Genet Mowbray, born 1363 in Axholme, Lincolnshire; died Aft. 30 Nov 1402; married Sir Thomas IV Grey Lord Grey Abt. 1381.|
|iii.||Sir John IV Mowbray Earl Of Nottingham, born 01 Aug 1365 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire; died Abt. 1382.|
More About Sir John IV Mowbray Earl Of Nottingham:|
Burial: Unknown, White Friars Church, Fleet St, London783
Title or Name 1: Baron Segrave
Title or Name 2: Baron Mowbray 5th
|iv.||Sir Thomas I Mowbray KG Duke Of Norfolk, born 22 Mar 1365/66 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire784; died 22 Sep 1399 in Venice, Italy; married (1) Elizabeth Strange Baroness Strange Of Blackmere Bef. 23 Aug 1383; born in of Blackmere; died 23 Aug 1383; married (2) Lady Elizabeth FitzAlan Duchess Of Norfolk Jul 1384; born Abt. 1366 in of Derbyshire and/or Arundel, Sussex; died 08 Jul 1425 in Venice, Italy.|
Notes for Sir Thomas I Mowbray KG Duke Of Norfolk:|
and Lord Segrave, Earl of Nottingham, Lord Mowbray 6th.
The two daughters eventually became the two co-heirs of the Dukedom of
Norfolk. The Complete Peerage conflicts with itself on which was the elder
daughter. Under Ferrers Vol.V, p357 it says that Isabel was the eldest, but
under Norfolk Vol.IX,p.610 note c it says that Margaret was probably older as
her son inherited the title.
The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001.
Norfolk, Thomas Mowbray, 1st duke of
c.1366–1399, English nobleman. He was created earl of Nottingham in 1383, and in 1385 he was made earl marshal of England for life. He joined Thomas of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester, and the other baronial opponents of Richard II in 1387 and was one of the five lords appellant who “appealed” (i.e., accused) the king’s favorites of treason and secured their conviction in the Merciless Parliament of 1388. After Richard regained control in 1389, however, he was conciliatory to Nottingham, who accompanied him to Ireland in 1394. In 1397, Nottingham aided the king in bringing to trial his former associates, Gloucester and the earls of Arundel and Warwick. Gloucester was placed in his custody, and he was possibly responsible for his murder. Although created duke of Norfolk in 1397, he began to fear that the king might turn on him and confided in the other remaining lord appellant, the duke of Hereford (later Henry IV). A dispute arose between Norfolk and Hereford when Hereford told the king of Norfolk’s suspicions, and trial by combat was proposed. At the last moment, however, Richard intervened and banished both from the country, Norfolk for life. He died in Italy. A version of the story is told in Shakespeare’s Richard II.
More About Sir Thomas I Mowbray KG Duke Of Norfolk:|
Ancestor 1: Lady Jane Grey
Ancestor 2: of Byron, Shelley, Tennyson, Jane Austen, Lewis Carroll, Darwin, Bertrand Russell, T. E. Lawrence
Ancestor 3: of many families immigrating to America
Ancestor 4: Queen Elizabeth I
Banished: for life after dispute with Henry IV
Burial 1: 1399, St George Abbey, Venice, Italy785
Burial 2: Basilica of San Marco, Venice
Heir: of the Bigods, Warrennes and Mowbrays
Historical 1: Mentioned in Shakespeare's 'Richard II'
Historical 2: See Gary Boyd Roberts comments on the noteworthy ancestors and descendants of Thomas Mowbray.
Political: 1385, Earl Marshal of England for life786
Title or Name 1: 1397, 1st Duke of Norfolk
Title or Name 2: Lord Mowbray 6th and Segrave
Title or Name 3: 1383, Earl of Nottingham
Notes for Lady Elizabeth FitzAlan Duchess Of Norfolk:|
The Ancestry of Elizabeth FitzAlan (and her sister Joan FitzAlan) to the 8th generation
For many Americans, Elizabeth FitzAlan, wife of (among others) Robert Goushill, is a unique gateway ancestress to European royal descents. The genealogical importance of Elizabeth Fitzalan and the two husbands by whom she left issue was underscored by Roberts in his 1977 article “The Mowbray Connection,”(1) Although her second husband, Thomas de Mowbray, afterward 1st Duke of Norfolk, was also an ancestor of many Americans, her third husband, Robert Goushill, who was not her social equal, has no known royal descents, and so any such must be reckoned through her.
Roberts, in his 1977 article, p. 4, states that Elizabeth FitzAlan and Robert Goushill were ancestors of 41 of the 450 (later to become 500) immigrants in his study. We have not succeeded in identifying all of these, and the accounts of some of them are presumably concealed under the names of families from whom they could claim “better” descents, i.e. falling closer to the main stem of the English royal family. However, Roberts, in The Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants (RD500),(2) and Faris, in Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists, 2nd ed., between them conspicuously identify 32 immigrants descended from this couple, whom we list in the following table. If any reader can name the others, we should be glad to know.
Some immigrant descendants of Elizabeth FitzAlan & Robert Goushill
The descents are labelled in order of decreasing importance (so far as royal ancestry is concerned), in the following manner: 5*, 4*, 3*, 2*, and 1*:
Elizabeth FitzAlan is only known royally-descended ancestor (and spouse has no known royal ancestry)
Elizabeth FitzAlan provides the best known royal descent (and spouse has no known royal ancestry)
Immigrant has some other equally good or better line (and spouse has no known royal ancestry)
Immigrant's spouse has equally good line
Immigrant's spouse has better line
17th-century immigrants Citation [ RD500 - Faris ]
*** William Asfordby x-6
*** William Bladen x-31 rcm
*** Mary Bourchier x-46
** Grace Chetwode 269-82 rcm
***** James Claypoole 276-91
***** Norton Claypoole x-91
*** Elizabeth Coytemore x-103 rcm
***** Francis Dade 285-x rcm
* Ralph Eddowes 238-x
** John Fenwick of Salem, N.J. 238-x
***** Thomas Gerard 255-x rcm
* Jane Lowe [via Cavendish] 161-227 rcm
*** Henry Lowe [via Cavendish] 161-227
*** Nicholas Lowe [via Cavendish] 161-227
***** Mary (Mainwaring) Gill (? whether immig.) 255-x
***** Oliver Mainwaring 255-237
***** Francis Moryson 262-x
*** John Nelson x-253 ?
***** James Edward Oglethorpe 289-x
*** Joshua Owen x-260
***** Dr. Richard Palgrave 266-266 rcm
***** Thomas Rudyard 274-x
*** Anthony Savage (? whether immigrant) 253-x rcm
***** Constant Southworth 245-x
***** Edward Southworth (bro. of Constant) 245-x rcm
*** Diana Skipwith x-332 rcm
*** Grey Skipwith x-332 rcm
***** Edward Wingfield 281-x
*** Thomas Wingfield x-379 rcm
***** Amy Wyllys 254-387
** John Fenwick of South Carolina 238-x
***** James Edward Oglethorpe 289-x
Three quarters of Elizabeth FitzAlan’s entire ancestry are, in theory at least, given in W.H. Turton’s The Plantagenet Ancestry, as her paternal aunt, Alice FitzAlan, and her maternal grandmother, were each direct ancestresses of Edward IV.(3) However, numerous corrections are required from later writings, and we have not yet seen G.A. Moriarty’s Plantagenet manuscript, which reworks the same ground. All this ancestry is also expected to be covered in Neil D. Thompson and Charles M. Hansen’s ongoing series in The Genealogist, "A Medieval Heritage: The Ancestry of Charles II, King of England," but so far it has only reached Elizabeth’s paternal grandparents,(4) and it will presumably be quite some time before earlier generations are covered.
Meanwhile, satisfactory accounts of many of her ancestral lines are supplied in the ancestor-tables of British rulers and their spouses in the first volume of Gerald Paget, The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, particularly since generations 3 through 5 of Elizabeth FitzAlan’s ancestry coincide with those of her double first cousin, Mary de Bohun, wife of Henry IV.(5) Many lines, both English and continental, are scattered through Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, currently in its 7th edition (1992). The excellent treatment of the Fitzalans’ English royal descents in David Faris, Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists, has been followed closely, and convenient summaries of several of the non-royal English lines are given in Carl Boyer, 3rd, Medieval English Ancestors of Certain Americans (2001).
It should be noted that this chart may be made to apply equally to Joan FitzAlan, wife of William de Beauchamp, who also has many American descendants: according to Faris, they were ancestors of Robert Abell, Grace Chetwode, St. Leger Codd, Edward Diggs, John Fisher, Warham Horsmanden, Anne Humphrey, Thomas Lansford, John Oxenbridge, Herbert Pelham, Katherine Saint Leger, Maria Johanna Somerset, and John West.(6) Finally, a third sister, Alice FitzAlan, may have been an ancestress of Barbara Aubrey, Elizabeth Coytemore, and Capt. William Poole.(7)
The present writer is no mediaevalist, and this page makes no claim either to authority or originality. It is simply an attempt to gather some scattered documentation into a convenient form, in the hope that others more qualified will offer correction. Standard works such as the Dictionary of National Biography, the new Complete Peerage, Sanders’ English Baronies, and the first four volumes of the original edition of Europaïsche Staamtafeln (the only ones available to us) were routinely consulted, but in the interests of brevity were not cited except in the case of a controversial point. Further generations will be added to this table as time permits.
1 Elizabeth FitzAlan, b. about 1375 (aged “40 and more” at the death of her brother Thomas in 1415), d. 8 July 1425, sister and co-heiress of Thomas FitzAlan, 7th Earl of Arundel.(8) She was of a very prominent family, being double first cousin of Mary de Bohun (d. 1394), the first wife of Henry IV, and a second cousin of this king himself. She m. (1) before Dec. 1378, William de Montagu, Knt., d. s.p., v.p. 6 Aug. 1382, son and heir of the Earl of Salisbury. She m. (2) July 1384, her double-third and double-fourth cousin,(9) Thomas de Mowbray, afterward 1st Duke of Norfolk, d. 22 Sept. 1399, by whom she had four children. She m. (3) shortly before 19 Aug. 1401, Robert Goushill, Knt., of Hoveringham, co. Nottingham, who d. 21 July 1403 of wounds received in the Battle of Shrewsbury, by whom she had two daughters, their father’s coheiresses. On this marriage, without the king’s permission, her dower lands were seized by the crown (19 Aug. 1401), but were subsequently restored before his death. Elizabeth FitzAlan and Robert Goushill were ancestors of H.M. Elizabeth, the late Queen Mother, in at least six lines.(10) She m. (4) before 18 April 1411, Gerard Usflete, Knt., whose will was proved in Feb. 1420/1.(11) She seems to have been buried with her third husband in Hoveringham church.
2 Richard FitzAlan III, 11th or 4th Earl of Arundel and 10th Earl of Surrey, b. 1345-47, beheaded 21 Sept. 1397 at Tower Hill, and buried in the Augustinian Church.(12) His sister, Alice, was a direct ancestress both of the brothers Edward IV and Richard III, of the latter’s wife Anne of Warwick, and of Henry VII.(13) He m. (2) Philippe Mortimer, widow of John Hastings, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, and daughter of Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March, by Philippe, daughter and heiress of Lionel, Duke of Clarence (third son of King Edward III). He m. (1) (contract dated 28 Sept. 1359),
3 Elizabeth de Bohun, d. 3 April 1385, and buried at Lewes, sister of Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford, 6th Earl of Essex, and 2nd Earl of Northampton, father-in-law of Henry IV.(14)
4 Richard FitzAlan II, 10th or 3rd Earl of Arundel and 9th Earl of Surrey, Justiciar of North Wales, one of the Regents of England in 1355, b. 1313 (he came of age in 1334), d. 24 Jan. 1375/6 at Arundel, and buried at Lewes. He was restored to his fathers honours and estates in 1330-1 (4 Edw. III). On 30 June 1347, on the death without legitimate issue of his maternal uncle, John, Earl of of Surrey and Sussex, he succeeded to the estates of the Warenne family. He m. (1) (marriage annulled 4 Dec. 1344) Isabel le Despenser, by whom he had issue. The Complete Peerage castigates this noble for his cynical treatment of this wife, in order whom to discard, he pursuaded the obsequious Pope Clement VI to bastardize his issue by her. His second wife was a first cousin to his first, and a papal dispensation was granted (retroactively, as it would seem) on 4 March 1344/5. He m. (2) (as her second husband) 5 Feb. 1344/5 at Ditton,
5 Alianor of Lancaster, b. ca. 1318, d. 11 Jan. 1371/2 at Arundel, and buried at Lewes, widow of John de Beaumont, Knt., 2nd Lord Beaumont, Earl of Buchan (d. May 1342).(15) Her brother, Henry, Earl of Lancaster, was the maternal grandfather of King Henry IV.(16)
6 William de Bohun, knighted by July 1331, cr. 6th Earl of Northampton (1337), b. ca. 1312, d. 16 Sept. 1360. He m. (as her second husband) in 1335-38,
7 Elizabeth de Badlesmere, d. (testate) 8 June 1356, and buried in Walden Abbey, Essex, widow of Edmund de Mortimer, Lord Mortimer of Wigmore, and sister and coheiress of Giles de Badlesmere. By her first husband she was an ancestress of Edward V, the last Plantagenet king.(17)
8 Edmund FitzAlan, 9th or 2nd Earl of Arundel, Justice of Wales, b. 1 May 1285 in Marlborough Castle, knighted 22 May 1306, beheaded 17 Nov. 1326 at Hereford by the supporters of Queen Isabella. He was subsequently attainted, and all his estates and honours forfeited. He m. 1305,
9 Alice de Warenne, living 1330 but d. before 23 May 1338, heiress in her issue of her brother, John, Earl of Surrey and Sussex.
10 Henry Plantagenet, cr. Earl of Leicester (1324), succeeded as Earl of Lancaster by 1326, b. ca. 1281 at Grosmont Castle, d. (testate) 22 Sept. 1345, and buried in Newark Abbey, Leicester, brother and heir of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Lancaster. He m. (1) between 30 Dec. 1291 and 2 March 1296/7,
11 Maud de Chaorces (modern Chaworth), her father’s heiress, b. 1280-81 (aged 1 year at her father’s death in 1283), d. between 19 Feb. 1317 and 3 Dec. 1322, and buried at Mottisfont Priory, of which she was patron (as heir of William de Briwere, one of the founders).(18)
12 Humphrey de Bohun VIII, 4th Earl of Hereford and 3rd Earl of Essex, Hereditary Constable of England, b. ca. 1276 (aged 22 at his father’s death in 1298), slain 16 March 1321/2 in battle at Boroughbridge, dying testate, and buried in the church of the Friars Preachers at York.(19) He m. (as her second husband) 14 Nov. 1302 at Westminster,
13 Elizabeth of England, b. 7 Aug. 1282 at Rhuddlan Castle, co. Caernarvon, d. 5 May 1316 at Quendon, Essex, following childbirth, and buried at Walden Abbey, widow of Jan, Count of Holland and Zeeland.
14 Bartholomew de Badlesmere, of Badlesmere and Chilham Castle, Kent, cr. 1st Lord Badlesmere 1309, b. about 1275 (aged 22 in 1301), attainted, and hanged 14 April 1322. In 1328 he is recording as holding Hothfield, Kent, by serjeanty of Chamberlain to the Archbishop of Canterbury.(20) He m. before 20 June 1308,
15 Margaret de Clare, d. late in 1333, widow of Gilbert de Unfreville, and aunt and coheiress of Thomas de Clare, Steward of the Forest of Essex.
16 Richard FitzAlan I, feudal Lord of Clun and Oswestry in co. Salop, 8th or 1st Earl of Arundel, b. 3 Feb. 1266/7, d. 9 March 1302, and appears to have been buried in Haughmond Abbey, co. Salop.(21) He m. probably between Nov. 1281 and Nov. 1282,
17 Alasia del Vasto di Saluzzo, d. 25 Sept. 1292, and buried at Todingham Priory.(22) Her aunt, an elder Alasia del Vasto di Saluzzo, also married an Englishman, becoming the wife of Edmund de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, in 1247. It was suggested by Wagner that the migration of these Savoyards to England was a result of the marriage in 1236 of Henry III to Éléanore de Provence, whose mother, Beatrix di Savoia, was a daughter of the ruling house,(23) and this is corroborated by Douglas Richardson’s discovery that the marriage was indeed arranged by Queen Eleanor.
18 William de Warenne, heir in his issue of Surrey, d. (possibly murdered) v.p. 15 Dec. 1286. His sister, Isabel, was the wife of John Baliol, King of Scotland.(24) He m. probably in June 1285,
19 Joan de Vere, d. ca. 23 Nov. 1293.
20 Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Leicester, Derby, and Lancaster, b. 16 Jan. 1244/5 at London, d. 5 June 1296 at Bayonne, and buried in Westminster Abbey. He m. (2) shortly before 18 Jan. 1275/6, at Paris,
21 Blanche d’Artois, Regent of Navarre, d. 2 May 1302 at Paris, widow of Henri I (de Champagne), King of Navarra (d. 1274), by whom she was grandmother (maternally) of Isabel of France, wife of Edward II.(25)
22 Patrick de Chaorces V (modern Chaworth), Knt., Lord of Kidwelly, co. Carmarthen, Wales, and of Kempsford, co. Gloucester, b. 1254, d. s.p.m. 1283, brother and heir of Pain de Chaorces III (d. s.p. 1279).(26) He m. (as her first husband),
23 Isabel de Beauchamp, d. 1306, sister of William de Beauchamp, 9th Earl of Warwick.(27)
24 Humphrey de Bohun VII, 3rd Earl of Hereford and 2nd Earl of Essex, Hereditary Constable of England (deprived 1297), b. about 1249 (aged “18½” in 51 Hen. III), d. 31 Dec. 1298 at Pleshey, Essex, and buried at Walden Priory, Essex. He m. 20 July 1275,
25 Maud de Fiennes, predeceased her husband, and buried at Walden Abbey aforesaid. By their mutual descent from the counts of Dammartin, she was second cousin to Eleanor, wife of Edward I.(28)
26 Edward I Longshanks, King of England and Duke of Aquitaine 1272, b. 17 June 1239 at Westminster, d. 7/8 July 1307 at Burgh-on-Sands, Cumberland, and buried in Westminster Abbey.(29) He m. (1) 18 Oct. 1254 at Burgos,
27 Leonor de Castilla (called Eleanore in England), Countess of Ponthieu and Montreal 1279, heiress of the Castilian claims to Gascony, b. 1240, d. 28 Nov. 1290 at Herdeby, co. Lincoln, and buried in Westminster Abbey.(30)
28 Gunselm (not Guncelin) de Badlesmere, feudal lord of Badlesmere, Justice of Chester, d. 1301.(31)
30 Thomas de Clare, feudal Lord of Thomond, b. ca. 1245-46, d. ca. 2 Feb. 1287.
31 Julian FitzMaurice, d. 1300.(33)
32 John FitzAlan III, feudal Lord of Clun and Oswestry, co. Salop, d. 18 March 1271/2, and buried at Haughmond Abbey, co. Salop. Like his father, he never used the title of Earl of Arundel.(34) He m. (as her first husband) 1260,
33 Isabel Mortimer, living 1300.
34 Tomaso I del Vasto, Marquis of Saluzzo in Piedmont 1244, succeeeding as an infant, b. about 1240, d. 3 Dec. 1296. He m. 1258,
35 Aluigia del Vasto di Ceva, d. 22 Aug. 1291.
36 John de Warenne, 3rd Earl of Surrey 1240, b. in or after Aug. 1231, d. “about Michaelmas” (i.e. 29 Sept.) 1304 at Kennington, near London, and buried before the high altar at Lewes Priory. He m. in Aug. 1247,
37 Alice de Lusignan, uterine half-sister of King Henry III, d. 9 Feb. 1255/6.
38 Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford 1263, b. ca. 1240 (aged either 22 or 23 at his father’s death in 1263), d. before 7 Sept. 1296, and buried at Earls Colne. He m. before 1257,
39 Alice de Sanford (or Sandford), her father’s heiress, d. probably 7 Sept. 1312 (certainly in 1311-12, 5 Edw. II) at Canfield, and buried at Earls Colne. It was by right of her that the Earls of Oxford were declared to be barons of Sandford (a barony which had no historical existence).(35)
40 Henry III of Winchester, King of England 1216, b. 1 Oct. 1207 at Winchester Castle, d. 16 Nov. 1272 at Bury St. Edmund’s, and buried in Westminster Abbey. He m. 14 Jan. 1236 at Canterbury,
41 Éléanore de Provence, b. after 1221 at Aix-en-Provence, d. 25 June 1291 at Amesbury.(36) Her sister, Marguerite, was paternal grandmother of Marquerite de France, second wife of Edward I.(37)
42 Robert I Le Bon, Count of Artois, b. Sept. 1216, slain 8 Feb. 1250 at Mansourah. He m. (as her first husband) 14 June 1237,
43 Mahaut de Brabant, d. 29 Sept. 1288, sister of Henri III, Duke of Brabant, maternal grandfather of Marguerite de France, second wife of Edward I.(38)
44 Patrick de Chaorces IV (modern Chaworth), feudal Lord of Kempsford, co. Gloucester, d. 1257-58.(39)
45 Hawise de Londres, heiress of Kidwelly.
46 William de Beauchamp, 1st Earl of Warwick 1268, b. ca. 1234-38 (age reported as 26-30 in 1268), d. (testate) June 1298 at Elmley, co. Worcester, and buried 22 June following in the Friars Minor, Worcester.
47 Maud FitzJohn de Furnivale, d. April 1301, and buried 7 May following with her husband, sister and coheiress of Richard FitzJohn, Lord FitzJohn (d. 1297).
48 Humphrey de Bohun VI, d. v.p. 27 Oct. 1265 as a prisoner at Beeston Castle, co. Chester, after having been captured at the battle of Evesham on 4 Aug. of that year, and buried in Combermere Abbey. He m. (1) by 15 Feb. 1247/8,
49 Eleanor de Briouze, her father’s coheiress, d. well before 1265, and buried at Llanthony Priory, near Gloucester.(40)
50 Enguerrand de Fiennes II, Seigneur de Fiennes, in Guisnes, Baron de Tingry, Lord of Wendover, d. 1267.
51 Agnès de Condé.
52 = 40
53 = 41
54 Fernando III El Santo, King of Castilla, Toledo, and Extremadura 1217, King of León and Galicia 1230, King of Córdoba 1236, etc., Conqueror of Sevilla (1248), canonized 1671, b. July/Aug. 1201 at Monte de Valparaíso, d. 30 May 1252 at Sevilla, and buried there in the Cathedral of Santa María. He m. (2) (as her first husband) 1237, before 20 Nov., at Burgos,
55 Jeanne de Dammartin, Countess of Aumale 1239, heiress of Ponthieu 1251, etc., b. ca. 1220, d. 16 March 1279 at Abbeville, and buried in the monastery of Valoires.
60 Richard de Clare, 8th or 5th Earl of Gloucester (but more generally known as Earl of Clare) and 6th Earl of Hertford, b. 4 Aug. 1222, d. 15 July 1262 at Waltham, near Canterbury, Kent, and buried (finally) at Tewkesbury. He m. (2) on or before 25 Jan. 1237/8,
61 Maud de Lacy, living 1287, but d. before 10 March 1288/9.
62 Maurice FitzMaurice FitzGerald, granted Athlone Castle and the shrievalty of Connaught 1259, Justiciar of Ireland 1272-3, b. 1238 (?), d. 1286.
63 Emeline Longspée, her father’s coheiress.
64 John FitzAlan II, feudal Lord of Clun and Oswestry, co. Salop, b. 1223 (came of age in 1244), d. 1267, between October (when he made his will) and 10 Nov. In right of his mother, he obtained possession of the Castle of Arundel in 1244, yet was never known as Earl of Arundel, and indeed possesed only a one-quarter right in the earldom. He m. (as her first husband),
65 Maud le Boteler, d. 27 Nov. 1283.
66 Roger Mortimer III, feudal Lord of Wigmore, Knt., b. 1226 (attained his majority in 1247), d. 1282.
67 Maud de Briouze, her father’s coheiress.
68 Manfredi III del Vasto, Marquis of Saluzzo 1212, succeeding as a child, b. about 1204, d. 1244. He m. (as her first husband)
69 Beatrix di Savoia, said to have been b. 1223, d. 10 May, before 1259. She was m. (2) in 1248-49, at his father’s instigation, to Manfredi von Hohenstaufen, King of Naples and Sicily, the 14-year-old natural son of the Emperor Friedrich II, by whom she had further issue.
70 Giorgio I del Vasto, Marquis of Ceva, d. 1268.
71 (?) Menzia —— [according to Turton] or Elisa de Este.(41)
72 William de Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey 1202, d. 1240. He m. (2) (as her second husband) in 1225, between Feb. and 13 Oct. 1225 (and thus within eight months of the death of her first husband),
73 Maud Marshal, d. 27 March 1248, widow of Hugh Bigod, Earl of Norfolk (d. Feb. 1224/5), and senior coheiress of her brother Anselm, Earl of Pembroke (d. 1245).(42)
74 Hugues X (le Brun) de Lusignan, Sire de Lusignan, Count of La Marche 1219, b. by 1190, living Aug. 1248. He m. in April or May 1220,
75 Isabel d’Angoulême, her father’s heiress, d. 24 Aug. 1246 at Fontévrault, widow of John I, King of England.(43)
76 Hugh de Vere, 4th Earl of Oxford, Hereditary Master Chamberlain of England, b. ca. 1210, knighted 1233, d. before 23 Dec. 1263, and buried at Earls Colne. He m. after 11 Feb. 1222/3,
77 Hawise de Quincy, survived her husband, dying 3 Feb. (year unknown), and buried at Earls Colne.
78 Gilbert de Sanford (or Sandford), Hereditary Queen’s Chamberlain, lord by serjeanty of Great Hormead and Nuthamstead (in Barkway), co. Herts, and of Fingrith, Margaretting, and Woolverston (in Chigwell), Essex, d. 1248. At the coronation of Queen Eleanor in 1236, Gilbert de Sanford stated that (in the words of Round) “of ancient right from his predecessors, he ought to be the Queen’s Chamberlain and to have the custody that say of her chamber and her door, which right he obtained.”(44)
79 Lorette ——.
80 John I Lackland, Count of Mortain, King of England 1199, b. 24 Dec. 1167 at Oxford, d. 19 Oct. 1216. He m. (2) (as her first husband) 24 Aug. 1200 at Bordeaux,
81 Isabelle d’Angoulême (= 75)
82 Raimond-Bérenger V, Count of Provence and Forcalquier, b. 1198, d. 19 Aug. 1245. He is mentioned in Dante’s Commedìa (Paradiso, canto vi): “Quattro figlie ebbe, e ciascuna reina, Ramondo Beringhiere ...” (“Four daughters, and each a queen, had Raymond Berenger”). These were Marguerite, wife of Louis IX of France; Éléanore, wife of Henry III of England; Sanchia, wife of Richard, King of the Romans, and Béatrix, wife of Charles of Sicily. He m. 1219-20,
83 Beatrix di Savoia, d. 1265 or 1266. Matthew Paris praised her fruitfulness, comparing her to Niobe.
84 Louis VIII Le Lion, King of France 1223, b. 5 Sept. 1187 at Paris, d. 8 Nov. 1226 at Montpensier-en-Auvergne, and buried in the Royal Abbey of St.-Denis. He m. 23 May 1200 in the Abbey of Port-Mort near Pont-Audemer, in Normandy,
85 Blanca de Castilla, Regent of France 1226-36 (during the minority of her son Louis IX) and 1248-52 (while her husband was absent during the crusades), b. 4 March 1188 at Palencia, d. 27 Nov. 1252 at Paris, and buried in the Abbey of Montbuisson.(45)
86 Heinrich II, Duke of Brabant 1235, b. ca. 1207, d. 1 Feb. 1247/8. He m. (1) 9 Feb. 1212,
87 Maria von Hohenstaufen, b. 1201, d. 1235 (day not recorded).
88 Pain de Chaorces II (modern Chaworth), d. 1237.(46)
89 Gundred de la Ferté, heiress of Horsley, co. Derby.
90 Thomas de Londres (or London), lord of Kidwelly.(47)
92 William de Beauchamp III, feudal Lord of Elmley and Salwarpe, co. Worcester, d. 1268-69.(48)
93 Isabel Mauduit, probably d. before 8 Jan. 1267/8, sister and in her issue heiress of William Mauduit, Earl of Warwick (d. 1268).(49)
94 John FitzGeoffrey, of Shere, Surrey, and Fambridge, Essex, etc., Justiciar of Ireland 1245-56, d. 23 Nov. 1258, ancestor with his wife of the FitzJohns, Lords FitzJohn. He m. before 12 April 1234,
95 Isabel le Bigod, widow of Gilbert de Lacy, of Ewyas Lacy, co. Hereford (d. 1230).
96 Humphrey de Bohun V, 2nd Earl of Hereford and 1st Earl of Essex 1220, Constable of England, Marshall of the Royal Household 1236, d. 24 Sept. 1275, and buried by the high altar at Llanthony Priory, near Gloucester. He m. (1)
97 Maud de Lusignan d’Eu, d. 14 Aug. 1241, and buried at Llanthony Priory, near Gloucester.(50)
98 William de Briouze, of Brecknock, feudal Lord of Abergavenny 1228, hanged 2 May 1230 by order of his stepmother’s father, Llewelyn, Prince of North Wales.
99 Eva Marshal, coheiress in her issue of her father, d. before 1246.
100 Guillaume de Fiennes I, d. 1233.
101 Agnès de Dammartin.
108 Alfonso IX de Castilla, King of León and Gallicia 1188, b. 15 Aug. 1171 at Zamora, d. 24 Sept. 1230 at Villanueva, and buried in the chapel of San Lorenzo, in the Cathedral Santiago el Mayor at Santiago de Compostella. He m. (2) (as her second husband) in early December 1197 at Valladolid, but separated in 1204 on grounds of relationship within the canonically prohited degrees (her father being his first cousin),
109 Berengueria, heiress of Castilla, Toledo, and Extremadura 1217 (which rights she immediately ceded to her son Fernando), b. Aug. 1180 (?) at Burgos, d. 8 Nov. 1246 at Las Huelgas, near Burgos, and buried there in the Cisterican monastery of Santa María la Real, widow of Konrad of Suabia, Duke of Rothenburg, son of Emperor Friedrich I Barbarossa. After her separation from King Alfonso she became a nun at Las Huelgas.
110 Simon de Dammartin, Count of Aumale and Ponthieu, d. 21 Sept. 1239. He m. (as her first husband) before Sept. 1208,
111 Marie de Belleme, Countess of Ponthieu, d. 1250-51.
120 Gilbert de Clare, 7th or 4th Earl of Gloucester, probably b. ca. 1180, d. (testate) 25 Oct. 1230 near Penros, in Bretagne, and buried at Tewkesbury. He m. (as her first husband) 9 Oct. 1217,
121 Isabel Marshal, d. 17 Jan. 1239/40 at Berkhampstead, of jaundice, and buried at Beaulieu, co. Hants, having m. secondly, Richard, Earl of Cornwall, second son of King John.
122 John de Lacy, Constable of Chester, Earl of Lincoln jure uxoris 1232, b. ca. 1192, d. 22 July 1240, and buried near his father in the monks’ choir at Stanlaw. He m. (2) (as her first husband) before 21 June 1221,
123 Margaret de Quincy, heiress of Lincoln and Bolingbroke in right of her mother, d. probably in March 1266, and buried near her father in the church of the Hospitallers at Clerkenwell.
124 Maurice (The Friar) FitzGerald, knighted July 1217, Justiciar of Ireland 1232, 2nd Baron of Offaly 1245, laid the foundations of Sligo Castle, b. ca. 1190, d. 1257 at the Monastery of Youghal, which he had founded, and buried there.
125 (?) Julian ——.(51)
126 Stephen Longspée, Seneschal of Gascogne, Justiciar of Ireland 1259-60, d. 1260. He m. between 8 Feb. 1242 and 14 Dec. 1244 (when she, at least, was clearly still a child),(52)
127 Emeline de Ridelisford, her father’s coheiress, b. about 1252 (aged “24 and more” at her death), d. between 18 May 1275 and 19 July 1276, widow of Hugh de Lacy, Earl of Ulster (d. 1242).
128 John FitzAlan, feudal Lord of Clun and Oswestry, co. Salop, d. 1240. He m. (1)
129 Isabel d’Aubigny, d. by 1240, sister and in her issue coheiress of William d’Aubigny, Earl of Arundel.
130 Theobald le Botiller, 2nd Baron Butler (in the Peerage of Ireland), d. 1230. He m. (2)
131 Rohese de Verdun, d. 1246.
132 Ralph Mortimer II, feudal Lord of Wigmore, co. Herts, d. 6 Aug. 1246, and buried at Wigmore. He m. 1230,
133 Gwladus Du (The Dark-Eyed) of Gwynedd, d. 1251.
134 = 98
135 = 99
136 Bonifacio del Vasto, Marquis of Saluzzo, b. about 1182, d. 1212. He m. 24 Aug. 1202,
137 Maria de Lacon-Gunale di Torres, living 1215.
138 Amadeo IV di Savoia, Duke of Savoy 1233, b. about 1197, d. in June or July 1253 at the Castle of Montmélian, aged 56 years. He m. (1) between late 1216 and 1222, probably in 1217-18,(53)
139 Marguerite (not Anne) de Bourgogne d’Albon, b. 1192 (?), d. 1243.
140 Guglielmo II del Vasto, Marquis of Ceva, d. 1219.
141 —— del Vasto.
142 (?) Alberto [i.e. Adalbert?] di Este.(54)
144 Hamelin Plantagenêt, Viscount of Touraine, Earl of Surrey jure uxoris 1164, d. 7 May 1202, illegitimate half-brother of King Henry II. He m. 1164, probably in April,
145 Isabel de Warenne, heiress of Surrey, b. about 1137, d. living April 1203 but d. probably soon afterwards, possibly on 12 June 1203, and buried in the Chapter House at Lewes, widow of William of Blois, 4th Earl of Surrey jure uxoris.
146 William Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke and Striguil jure uxoris, Regent of England during the minority of Henry III from 29 Oct. 1216 until his own death; b. probably in 1146, knighted 1173, d. 14 May 1219 at Caversham, near Reading, and buried in the Temple Church, London. “In his younger days he was regarded as a model of chivalry; in his maturity and old age, unswerving loyalty was his most notable characteristic” (Complete Peerage). He m. Aug. 1189 at London,
147 Isabel de Clare, Countess of Pembroke suo jure 1185, d. 1220 (day not recorded), and buried at Tintern Abbey.
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