2nd Baron Latimer of Corby.
Their line and the barony continue down to the present day, but not together. William, 4th Baron Latimer (1330-1381), was active in the courts of Edward III and Richard II. He was impeached by Parliament on charges of corruption in 1376, although he was soon pardoned and restored. In 1430 the 6th Baron Latimer, John Nevill (son of William’s daughter Elizabeth, the 5th Baroness Latimer), died childless. At his death he passed over his full sister Elizabeth and transferred the title to the descendants of his and Elizabeth’s half-brother Ralph Nevill, whose wife was Joan Beaufort, daughter of John of Gaunt. Ralph Nevill’s son George became the first Baron Latimer (Nevill). The third Baron Latimer of this line, John Nevill, married as his third wife Catherine Parr (he was her second husband). Catherine Parr, of course, went on to become the sixth wife of Henry VIII. (Queen Catherine Parr was, incidentally, a descendant of the lords of Greene’s Norton, from whom John Greene [q.v.] may also have been descended.)62, p. 184 n. 23
The barony fell into abeyance at the death of the 4th Baron Latimer (Nevill) in 1577, but was resumed by his descendants in 1913. The current Baron Latymer is the 8th of this line (see Burke’s Peerage, 107th ed. ).
Elizabeth Nevill, the passed-over sister, married Sir Thomas Willoughby. Their great-grandson Robert Willoughby was created Baron Willoughby de Broke in 1502. His great-granddaugher Elizabeth, 3rd Baroness Willoughby de Broke, married Sir Fulke Greville, who among other things accompanied Henry VIII to meet Anne of Cleves at Blackheath on 3 Jan 1539/40. The eldest son of Elizabeth Willoughby and Fulke Greville, also named Fulke Greville, became the 4th baron. There was a second son, Robert. The 4th Baron Willoughby de Broke was the father of the 5th, also Fulke Greville, who in 1620/21 was created Baron Brooke of Beauchamp’s Court. The 5th baron died childless in 1628. At that point his sister Margaret became Baroness Willoughby de Broke and his first cousin Robert Greville, son of the above-named Robert, became Baron Brooke of Beauchamp’s Court. These two lines have continued down to the present day (Burke’s Peerage, 107th ed. ) and are represented by the 21st Baron Willoughby de Broke and the 9th Earl of Warwick (16th Baron Brooke of Beauchamp’s Court), respectively.
See the Complete Peerage, vol. 7, for Latimer of Corby; vol. 12, for Willoughby de Broke; and vol. 2, for Brooke of Beauchamp’s Court.