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Ancestors of Mary Etta Johns

 

Generation No. 1

1. Mary Etta Johns, born 26 Feb 1890 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 19 Sep 1953 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX. She was the daughter of 2. William Jeptha Johns and 3. Mary Elizabeth Payne. She married (1) Louis Young Terral 25 Dec 1913 in Grant Co., AR. He was born 01 Feb 1891 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX, and died 07 Aug 1967 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX. He was the son of William Wright Terrell and Mary Amelia Atchley.

Generation No. 2

2. William Jeptha Johns, born 08 Aug 1860 in Columbia Co., AR; died 23 Nov 1931 in Malta, Bowie, TX. He was the son of 4. John Calvin Johns and 5. Mary Elizabeth Finch. He married 3. Mary Elizabeth Payne 09 Jun 1887 in Bowie Co., TX.

3. Mary Elizabeth Payne, born 03 Oct 1868 in Bowie Co., TX; died 08 Oct 1940 in Malta, Bowie, TX. She was the daughter of 6. Morgan Payne and 7. Sarah Alice Woodard.

Notes for William Jeptha Johns:

A farmer in northeast Texas, and raised stock. He had a huge fig tree which he climbed, and sold figs door to door.

Buried Woodstock Cem., New Boston, TX

Notes for Mary Elizabeth Payne:

Did her father have Indian heritage? According to descendant George E. Atchley:

"Both my Dad and my uncle, Max Atchley, remember Mary Elizabeth Payne as a Native American." Photos do not lead us to think she was nearly full-blooded.

Children of William Johns and Mary Payne are:

i. James Pleasant Johns, born 25 Jun 1888 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 04 Sep 1890 in Bowie Co., TX.

Notes for James Pleasant Johns:

Buried Woodstock Cem., New Boston, TX

1 ii. Mary Etta Johns, born 26 Feb 1890 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 19 Sep 1953 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX; married Louis Young Terral 25 Dec 1913 in Grant Co., AR.

iii. Martin Luther Johns, born 21 Mar 1892 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 21 Jul 1955 in Bowie Co., TX; married Levia Abercrombie 01 Dec 1912 in Malta, Bowie, TX; born 04 Nov 1896 in Bowie Co., TX; died 27 May 1982.

Notes for Martin Luther Johns:

Buried Liberty Hill Cem., DeKalb, TX

iv. Rubye Lee Johns, born 25 Feb 1894 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 13 Jul 1978 in Bowie Co., TX; married Irvin Harrison Atchley 15 Jan 1911 in Bowie Co., TX; born 28 Jan 1888 in Grant Co., AR; died 26 Dec 1959 in Malta, Bowie, TX.

v. Mattie Odessa Johns, born 07 Feb 1896 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 03 Sep 1982 in New Boston, Bowie, TX; married Leonard C. Hillis 10 Nov 1916 in Malta, Bowie, TX; born 10 Jan 1893 in Giles Co., TN; died 16 Mar 1966 in Malta, Bowie, TX.

vi. William Estes Johns, born 04 Jun 1899 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 18 Nov 1980 in Austin, Travis, TX; married Mable Lee Diffie 17 Sep 1920 in New Boston, Bowie, TX; born 10 Feb 1902; died 22 Nov 1981 in Texarkana, Bowie, TX.

vii. Omer Shephard Johns, born 15 Aug 1901 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 27 Aug 1983 in Texarkana, Bowie, TX; married Nora Jewell Barfield Hodgson; born 24 Feb 1908 in poss. Texarkana, Bowie, TX; died 12 Sep 1991 in Texarkana, Miller, AR.

Notes for Omer Shephard Johns:

Buried Chapelwood Cem., Nash, TX

viii. Allie Mae Johns, born 30 Oct 1904 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 13 Jun 1980 in Texarkana, Miller, AR; married Jesse Bryan Hall 05 Jun 1931 in Miller Co., AR; born 19 Jun 1907 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX; died 02 Aug 1985 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX.

Notes for Allie Mae Johns:

Buried Woodman Cem., DeKalb, TX

Notes for Jesse Bryan Hall:

Bryan married 2nd Ruby Marie Adkison.

ix. Horace Ivy Johns, born 21 Nov 1906 in Malta, Bowie, TX; died 24 Apr 1943 in Terrell, Kaufman, TX.

Notes for Horace Ivy Johns:

Buried Woodstock Cem., New Boston, TX

 

Generation No. 3

4. John Calvin Johns, born 18 Jan 1818 in Madison Co., GA; died 30 Sep 1875 in Bowie Co., TX. He was the son of 8. John Johns and 9. <Unknown>. He married 5. Mary Elizabeth Finch 22 Dec 1846 in Chambers Co., AL.

5. Mary Elizabeth Finch, born 15 Sep 1821 in Jasper Co., GA; died 20 Nov 1895 in Bowie Co., TX. She was the daughter of 10. John Finch, Jr. and 11. Henrietta Taylor.

Notes for John Calvin Johns:

John Calvin Johns was born in GA. He married in Chambers Co. AL Family history says that the Johns family had a military school for boys pre-Civil War , probably in AL. It was called Johns Academy. For a wedding present they recieved a slave to cook for them. When they moved to Arkansas, they were not allowed to bring her. John apparently liked to move around. They lived in several counties in AR before moving to TX. Family says that he was once again preparing to move when he was kicked by a horse and died. He was the first to be buried in Woodstock Cem., close to New Boston, TX.

John is not likely the son of Col. Robert Johns of Chambers Co., AL, whose daughters were listed in marriage records of the county at the same general time-frame that John Calvin Johns was married. There were likely two Johns of about the same age, and probably slightly more distant than first cousins.

A combination of migration patterns and other circumstantial evidence lead me to link John Calvin Johns to a presumed great-grandfather in Buckingham Co., VA.

Notes for Mary Elizabeth Finch:

The Finch family had a large plantation in Alabama or Georgia. They lived next door to the Sims family. Sims, TX was named for this family. Mary Elizabeth is buried in Woodstock Cem., near New Boston, TX.

Children of John Johns and Mary Finch are:

i. James C. Johns, born 01 Nov 1847 in Chambers Co., AL; died 10 Nov 1850.

ii. Mary E. Johns, born 04 Jul 1849 in Lafayette Co., AR; died 04 Sep 1852 in Lafayette Co., AR.

iii. John Wesley Johns, born 01 Jan 1851 in Lafayette Co., AR; died 29 Apr 1909 in Bowie Co., TX; married Callie Mae <Unknown>.

Notes for John Wesley Johns:

Methodist Circuit Rider.

iv. Thomas Franklin Johns, born 03 Sep 1853 in AR; died 16 Jan 1889 in Bowie Co., TX; married (1) Luticia M. Woodard; born Aft. 1853; married (2) Lucy Young Bef. 1886; born Aft. 1853 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX.

Notes for Lucy Young:

Lucy married William P. McLane after Thomas died.

v. Robert Warren Johns, born 05 Aug 1854 in Ouachita Co., AR; married Katie 'Catie' Day 26 May 1880 in Bowie Co., TX.

Notes for Robert Warren Johns:

buried Sulpher, OK

vi. Edward Athens Johns, born 25 May 1856 in Columbia Co., AR; died 28 Dec 1856 in Columbia Co., AR.

vii. Charles Leanch Johns, born 04 Mar 1858 in Columbia Co., AR; died 04 Aug 1860 in Columbia Co., AR.

2 viii. William Jeptha Johns, born 08 Aug 1860 in Columbia Co., AR; died 23 Nov 1931 in Malta, Bowie, TX; married Mary Elizabeth Payne 09 Jun 1887 in Bowie Co., TX.

ix. Martha Claudida Johns, born 26 Jun 1869 in Columbia Co., AR; married Flannigan McClain.

 

6. Morgan Payne, born Abt. 1847; died Abt. 1870 in Bowie Co., TX. He married 7. Sarah Alice Woodard Abt. 1867 in Bowie Co., TX.

7. Sarah Alice Woodard, born Abt. 1849 in Sumter Co., AL; died Abt. 1869 in Bowie Co., TX. She was the daughter of 14. William Benson Woodard and 15. Amanda Rosser.

Notes for Morgan Payne:

I am aware of two (presumably not closely related) Morgan Paynes - one in New York and Illinois, and one in Virginia and Maryland (below). These do not appear to be ours.

The Morgan Lewis Payne of New York and Illinois served in the Black Hawk Wars and also served under Sam Houston during the fight for Texas Independence. He had a nephew Morgan Payne born in 1840. See http://members.aol.com/alicebeard/payne.html June 1999

One Morgan Payne was born in Spotsylvania Co., VA in Dec. 1849, according to LDS. His father was Daniel Payne and mother Susan, and he married Mary Ellen Stone and had four children. He moved to Maryland by the 1880 census. mommagag@rhtc.net Shirley is a descendant of that Morgan Payne.

W. A. Payne and W. M. Payne were mentioned in the 1860 Bowie Co., TX census index.

Thomas Payne, William A. Payne and William M. Payne were mentioned in the 1870 Bowie Co., TX census index, all in Boston. It seems possible that this individual was William Morgan Payne.

Memo: 2 generations

Child of Morgan Payne and Sarah Woodard is:

3 i. Mary Elizabeth Payne, born 03 Oct 1868 in Bowie Co., TX; died 08 Oct 1940 in Malta, Bowie, TX; married William Jeptha Johns 09 Jun 1887 in Bowie Co., TX.

 

Generation No. 4

8. John Johns, born Abt. 1780. He was the son of 16. John Johns and 17. Nancy <Unknown>. He married 9. <Unknown>.

9. <Unknown>

Notes for John Johns:

Note: The following circumstantial evidence is used to link John Johns and his children: That only one John Johns is known to have resided in Madison Co., GA, and he MAY be the brother of William Johns, as indicated below, and that John Calvin Johns was born in Madison Co., GA. Madison is in northeast Georgia, just west of Elbert Co. and east of the town of Athens, about 100 miles east-northeast of Atlanta.

Note: Another John Johns, the brother of Robert Johns, married Frances Loflin. He was likely about the same age and COULD have been the father of James, William, Easter and Jane of Walton Co., GA. They MAY have the same parents as John Calvin Johns, b 1818 Madison Co., GA.

The obituary of Robert Johns indicating he was from Columbia Co., GA and the proximity of the children of Robert and John, presumed to be cousins (but not necessarily first cousins). Each may have descended from a different John Johns of Columbia Co., GA. There were two John Johns of Columbia who died within a dozen years of each other, who MAY or MAY NOT have been of the same generation, and only one of those had a son William Johns (and he was the one who did not have a son, Robert Johns).

The following research info provided by:

Deborah Beuerman - RABEUERMAN@prodigy.net March, 2000

John Johns on the list of jurors in Madison Co., GA in 1812.

William Johns also listed.

(Madison Co. formed in Dec 1811)

John Johns paid taxes in Madison Co. in 1817.

John Johns and William Johns of Madison Co. were fortunate drawers in the 1820 Georgia Land Lottery.

John Johns drew land in Walton Co., GA which was granted in 1823. (Walton Co., formed in 1818, is almost on a line between Atlanta and Madison County, 30-40 miles east of Atlanta and two counties west of Madison Co.)

William Johns drew land in Early and Appling Co. (Claim not yet found.) (Early and Appling counties are pretty far south in the state - Early in the southwest and Appling in the south-central).

John Johns listed in 1820 Madison Co. Georgia Census 101210-2201

>From the book, "Wayfarers in Walton, A History of Walton Co. Georgia 1818-1967"

"...by 1830... John Johns...had migrated from Madison Co"

John Johns listed in 1830 Walton Co. census 01101001-110201

Marriage records of Walton Co. GA

James Johns--Rebecca Herndon 2-9-1826

William Johns--Mary Hightower 10-2-1831

Easter Johns--John Wade 6-16-1833 [Note: Easter was the name of a daughter-in-law of Jacob Johns and Patience, and she was born c 1770 Charleston, SC. Jacob died in Wayne Co., GA in 1817. Wayne is in southeast Georgia, just east of Appling Co.]

Jane Johns--John Herring 12-6-1836

These are all assumed to be children of John Johns as he is the only Johns listed and the ages fit with the census records.

Later census records of Easter, James and William indicate all were born in Georgia and suggest birth dates from 1802-1819. Therefore John Johns would be in Georgia before 1802. Since a fortunate drawer was exempt from subsequent lotteries, John Johns of Walton did not win before 1820.

John Johns sold land in Walton Co. GA to Jacob Callahan in the early 1830s. One of the deeds was witnessed by Willliam Johns, James Johns and Riley Wilson. John Johns was on the 1826 and 1831 Tax Digest for Walton Co., GA.

There is no Johns in the 1840 Walton Co. Georgia census.

Possible origins for John Johns:

Marriages in Wilkes Co. GA

John Johns, son of John--Elizabeth Tuggle 26 Dec 1799

(Probably a John Johns who stayed in Wilkes Co.)

Wilkes Co. Georgia

entitled to draws in 1806 lottery

John Johns 2

William Johns 1

(it is not certain if either man won land in this lottery; it is thought that the land would have been in Wilkinson Co., GA)

Note: Pendleton Dist. SC listed as the birthplace of first four children by one researcher. There was a John Johns in the 1820 Madison Co., GA census. Another researcher indicates a John Johns was in the 1820 census of SC, which is not verified.

John Calvin Johns was born in 1818 in Madison Co., GA. Pendleton district was created in 1798 from Washington District, and was split in 1826 to form Pickens and Anderson Districts, and the name Pendleton was discarded as a district name.

Notes for <Unknown>:

Is this Elizabeth Tuggle? A John Johns of Wilkes Co., GA married her on 26 Dec. 1799. A researcher has a different set of children for that John Johns and Elizabeth Tuggle, but his father's name is also identified as John Johns.

Children of John Johns and <Unknown> are:

i. James M. Johns, born Bet. 1802 - 1806 in Pendleton Dist., SC or GA; married Rebecca Herndon 09 Feb 1826 in Walton Co., GA.

ii. William 'Billy' Johns, born Bet. 1804 - 1811 in Pendleton Dist.., SC or GA; married Mary Hightower 10 Feb 1831 in Walton Co., GA; born Aft. 1805.

Notes for William 'Billy' Johns:

RABEUERMAN@prodigy.net Deborah Beuerman descends from this line.

iii. Elizabeth Johns, born 27 Apr 1808 in Pendleton Dist.., SC or GA; died 25 Sep 1875 in Lewisville, Lafayette, AR; married John Steele 1828 in Of Lancaster, SC; born 12 Jun 1782 in Co. Antrim, Ireland; died 09 May 1860 in Lewisville, Lafayette, AR.

Notes for Elizabeth Johns:

Not certain if Elizabeth is a sibling as shown.

iv. Easter Johns, born Bet. 1810 - 1813 in Pendleton Dist.., SC or GA; married John Wade 16 Jun 1833 in Social Circle, Walton Co., GA; born Abt. 1810.

v. Jane Johns, born Bet. 1812 - 1815 in Pendleton Dist.., SC or GA; married John Herring 06 Dec 1836.

4 vi. John Calvin Johns, born 18 Jan 1818 in Madison Co., GA; died 30 Sep 1875 in Bowie Co., TX; married Mary Elizabeth Finch 22 Dec 1846 in Chambers Co., AL.

 

10. John Finch, Jr., born 07 Feb 1788 in Columbia Co., GA; died 11 Jun 1860 in Chambers Co., AL. He was the son of 20. John Finch. He married 11. Henrietta Taylor.

11. Henrietta Taylor, born Abt. 1794; died Abt. 1853 in Chambers Co., AL. She was the daughter of 22. James T. Taylor and 23. Mary <Unknown>.

Notes for John Finch, Jr.:

Resided Jasper Co., GA, Monroe Co., GA, Cusetta, AL

Buried Cusetta City Cem., Cusetta, AL

Children of John Finch and Henrietta Taylor are:

i. John Finch III, born Bef. 1820.

ii. William Finch, born Bef. 1821; died Abt. 1865 in Coffee Co., AL; married Alizada Burgey 05 Nov 1835 in Monroe Co., GA.

5 iii. Mary Elizabeth Finch, born 15 Sep 1821 in Jasper Co., GA; died 20 Nov 1895 in Bowie Co., TX; married John Calvin Johns 22 Dec 1846 in Chambers Co., AL.

iv. Mary A. Finch, born 12 Sep 1823 in GA; died 11 Mar 1898 in Chambers Co., AL; married Albert Gallatin Danforth 16 Dec 1841 in Chambers Co., AL; born 17 Oct 1815 in GA; died 16 Jun 1869 in Chambers Co., AL.

Notes for Mary A. Finch:

buried Antioch Baptist Ch. Cem.

"MRS. MARY A. DANFORTH. This excellent christian woman died some weeks ago at her home in Chambers county, Ala. She was in the 75th year of her age and for fifty-three years has been a faithful member of the Missionary Baptist church. She was a mother of twelve chidlren, seven girls and five boys, eight of whom are still living to mourn her loss.

"Sister Danforth suffered much in the last years of her life, but she endured her afflictions as became one who trusted in the Lord Jesus Christ. The writer of these lines had many talks with her concrening the hope that animated her through all the years and never found her otherwise than happy in that hope. During nearly thirty years of widowhood she was a faithful mother and did all in her power for those she loved, always seeking the guidance of the Holy Spirit in the dark hours of adversity as well as in the golden moments of prospertiy. She leaves to her childrten the priceless heritage of a good name, and her example of faith in God is worthy of all immitation. Her fondest desire as expressed in the last days of her earthly existence was to meet them in the Better Land. Thus has passed away another one of God's children--entered upon her reward. May all of her children follow in her footsteps. --B." (p. 71 ih ALLIE ABERNATHY'S SCRAPBOOKS 1893-1923: Marriages, Deaths and Other Items from Chambers County, Alabama Newspapers, compiled by Laura Alabama Floretta Abernathy). This item appeared in 1898.

Notes for Albert Gallatin Danforth:

Albert married 1st Amy Gray 8 Nov. 1839.

v. Susan M. Finch, born Abt. 1824; died Abt. 1855 in Chambers Co., AL.

vi. Martha Finch, born Abt. 1825; married John Monk 28 Mar 1851 in Chambers Co., AL.

vii. Robert H. Finch, born Abt. 1828; died Abt. 1905 in Chambers Co., AL; married Paralee Caldwell 27 Jan 1859 in Chambers Co., AL; born 19 Nov 1840; died 08 Sep 1915 in Chambers Co., AL.

Notes for Robert H. Finch:

buried Cusetta City Cem., Cusetta, AL

viii. Harriett Finch, born Abt. 1829 in GA; married Benjamin F. Piper 07 Sep 1858 in Chambers Co., AL.

ix. James M. Finch, born 03 Jan 1837 in GA; died 14 Jun 1896 in Chambers Co., AL; married Mary <Unknown>; born 20 Nov 1843; died 12 Apr 1914 in Chambers Co., AL.

Notes for James M. Finch:

buried Cusetta City Cem., Cusetta, AL According to Cusseta Cemetary book, birth date is listed as Jan. 3, 1830.

x. Jeptha Finch, born Abt. 1840 in Chambers Co., AL; married A. C. <Unknown>.

xi. Thomas F. Finch, born Abt. 1841 in Chambers Co., AL.

 

14. William Benson Woodard, born Abt. 1824 in AL; died Bef. 1861 in Bowie Co., TX. He was the son of 28. William Woodard and 29. Sarah Drinkard. He married 15. Amanda Rosser 16 Dec 1846 in Sumter Co., AL.

15. Amanda Rosser, born Abt. 1832 in AL. She was the daughter of 30. John Rosser and 31. Sarah Glover.

Child of William Woodard and Amanda Rosser is:

7 i. Sarah Alice Woodard, born Abt. 1849 in Sumter Co., AL; died Abt. 1869 in Bowie Co., TX; married Morgan Payne Abt. 1867 in Bowie Co., TX.

 

Generation No. 5

16. John Johns, born Bef. 1760 in Of King & Queen Co., VA; died Bef. Jan 1805 in Columbia Co., GA. He was the son of 32. <Unknown> Johns. He married 17. Nancy <Unknown>.

17. Nancy <Unknown>

Notes for John Johns:

John Johns of Columbia Co., GA - probated Jan 1805

John Johns of the State of Virginia in King and Queen Co.

heirs: wife Nancy

sons: William, John

exrs: William Jones (State of Georgia) William Bates (State of Virginia)

Another John Johns died in Columbia Co., GA abt 1790-1793, the father of Col. Robert Johns who was born Mecklenburg Co., VA and who lived in SC before dying in Chambers Co., AL in 1763. Chambers Co., AL was also the home of the descendants of this John, who with his brother William won land in the Indian Lotteries in Walton Co., GA in 1806.

This John Johns could easily be the uncle of the other one, and could be born 10-15 years earlier than shown here, but this is speculation.

A couple of other clues to potential ancestors / cousins: The Johns family of Rutherford Co., TN includes a Clement Read Johns who at one time resided near Chambers Co., Alabama and later in DeKalb, Texas, both places where descendants of John Calvin Johns resided. Also, Farriss descendants of the Buckingham Co., VA Johns family are known to have been buried in Chambers Co., AL.

At least one of the Columbia Co., GA Johns families was likely related to the branch that later resided in Wilkes Co., GA, which cannot be excluded as ancestors to John Calvin Johns. Were there two sets of brothers, William and John Johns, who went separately to Wilkes Co., GA and to Walton Co., GA?

4 generations

Children of John Johns and Nancy <Unknown> are:

8 i. John Johns, born Abt. 1780; married <Unknown>.

ii. William Johns

Notes for William Johns:

William of Madison Co. won land in Early Co. and Appling Co. and is presumed to be the brother of John since (a) John had two children mentioned in his will, John and William, and (b) two men "won land together and went from county-to-county together" and were named John and William Johns.

 

20. John Finch, born Bef. 1765; died in GA. He was the son of 40. Thomas Finch.

Children of John Finch are:

10 i. John Finch, Jr., born 07 Feb 1788 in Columbia Co., GA; died 11 Jun 1860 in Chambers Co., AL; married Henrietta Taylor.

ii. Robert Finch

iii. William Finch

iv. Mary Finch, married <Unknown> Clay.

 

22. James T. Taylor, born Abt. 1772 in prob. Edgefield Dist., SC; died Abt. Sep 1838 in Chambers Co., AL. He was the son of 44. William Taylor and 45. Mary 'Polly' Clark. He married 23. Mary <Unknown> Abt. 1792.

23. Mary <Unknown>, born Abt. 1774; died Bef. 1841 in AL or GA.

Notes for James T. Taylor:

He first arrived in GA in 1807. He resided for some time in Jones Co., as land from his homestead there is mentioned in his will. His will was probated in Troup Co., GA. His residence was on the border of Alabama and Georgia, near the present-day town of Lanett / West Point, and that area was the subject of border disputes until 1840. He and his brother Baxter Taylor are mentioned prominently in the history of Chambers Co., Alabama, and likely had association with Benjamin Hawkins, Indian Agent.

He and brother Baxter Taylor are mentioned in "The Reason for the Tears" - A History of Chambers County, Alabama 1832-1900 by Bobby L. Lindsey, 1971.

His will:

State of Georgia, Troup County

I, James Taylor of county and state aforesaid ... "in full enjoyment of all my mental and national faculties, etc." All just debts to be paid. To daughter Henrietta Finch of Monroe Co., Ga.do give to Thomas Taylor my son of Troup Co., Ga. for sole benefit of sd. Henrietta one fractional survey of land in fifth District of Monroe Co., Ga. known as No. 144, also one other fractional survey in fourteenth District of Monroe Co. known as No. 129. Also to son Thomas Taylor for sole use of sd. Henrietta two negro girls (named), sd. property to be held in trust for sd. Henrietta and at her death to belong equally to children of sd. daughter.

To daughter Mary Pullin of DeKalb Co. two negro girls (named). To son Thomas Taylor in trust for sole use and benefit of daughter Harriet Freil of Troup Co., Ga. the tract of land on which I resided when I lived in Jones Co. lying on Oakmulgee River adj. lands of Brigges and Hall, containing about 366 acres and also a negro boy and girl (named). At her death property to go to her children if any and if none to belong equally to ch. of daughter, Henrietta Finch.

To two sons James Taylor of Harris Co. and John Taylor of Troup Co. two promissory notes totaling about $1900 to be divided equally between them and also to sd. sons all lands and negroes I may purchase except negroes herein after mentioned as now under certain mortgage. Also to sd. sons James and John my draws in the ensuing gold lottery and my draw in the ensuing land lottery. Also to son John the tract of land he sold me in 8th Dist. of Carrol Co.

To son Thomas Taylor (of Troup Co.?) 6 negroes named (one of these a baby boy named Woolfork) and also all cattle on farm where he lives.

To son Ezekill (sic) Taylor two negro children, (named), a note on Nathan P. Browning and Thomas P. Greenwood for $500, also all cattle except those otherwise disposed of.

To wife Mary 3 negro slaves, named. At her death the slave Robert to become property of daughter Mary Pullin and slaves Mark and Easter to become property of son Ezekill Taylor. Also to wife a mortgage executed by Samuel Winslett, negroes in sd. mortgage to be unconditionally the property of wife Mary (forever.) Also a note of hand on Wilson Williams endorsed by B. H. Canerese and W. H. Sledge for $216. Also to wife all household and kitchen furniture, all horses, hogs, sheep and 8 cows and calves of her own selection, and all farming tools. I also appoint my sd. wife "my residuary Legatee," and desire that she shall own all property not already disposed of after debts and funeral expenses are paid.

Exr. son Thomas Taylor (of Troup Co.) 20 July, 1832. Signed James "X" Taylor. Wit: J. E. Morgan, J. B. Simmons, William Dougherly (sic). (No probate date).

Notes for Mary <Unknown>:

Mary Spires married a James T. Taylor in Stewart Co., GA after 1827 (poss. in 1848) and cannot be this woman. Mary Wood married a James T. Taylor.

Children of James Taylor and Mary <Unknown> are:

11 i. Henrietta Taylor, born Abt. 1794; died Abt. 1853 in Chambers Co., AL; married John Finch, Jr..

ii. Mary Taylor, born Abt. 1796 in GA; died Abt. 1850 in GA; married Greenville Pullen Bef. 1820; born Abt. 1790 in SC; died 1856 in Whitfield Co., GA.

Notes for Greenville Pullen:

or Greenville Pullin

A likely descendant, Greenville M. Pullen d: Sept. 8, 1904, recorded in a family Bible.

iii. Harriet Taylor, born Abt. 1799 in GA; married John S. Freel 02 Jan 1825 in Monroe Co., GA.

Notes for John S. Freel:

or John S. Freil. John married 2nd (after a divorce) Belinda Nance 16 Mar 1840 in Georgia.

iv. James Taylor, born 03 Dec 1801 in GA; died 29 Sep 1860 in AL; married Sarah Jane Jeter.

Notes for James Taylor:

buried Sturkie Cem., Chambers Co., AL

Did he also have a son named Baxter Taylor, named for his uncle?

v. John Taylor, born 03 Mar 1805 in GA.

vi. Thomas Taylor, born Abt. 1808 in GA; married Keturah (NP) Chaffin.

vii. Ezekiel Taylor, born Abt. 1820 in GA; died Bef. 1861; married Amanda M. V. Howle 04 Feb 1839 in Chambers Co., AL; born 17 Feb 1822; died 24 Aug 1895.

 

28. William Woodard, born 1792 in SC; died Bef. Oct 1844 in Sumter Co., AL. He was the son of 56. Charles Woodard and 57. Rebecca <Unknown>. He married 29. Sarah Drinkard 29 Apr 1819 in Clarke Co., AL.

29. Sarah Drinkard, born Abt. 1801; died 10 Sep 1880 in Sumter Co., AL. She was the daughter of 58. Francis Drinkard and 59. Sarah Ellington.

Notes for William Woodard:

John Rosser, was the administrator of William Woodard's estate in Oct., 1844. On Aug. 14, 1845,

Sarah Woodard was appointed the guardian of William B. Woodard, Mary Woodard, Robert N. Woodard, Martha J. Woodard, Pleasant Woodard, and Rebecca Woodard for the settlement of William Woodard's estate. They all received their proceeds from the sale of some land William owned by early 1846.

Children of William Woodard and Sarah Drinkard are:

i. Frances F. Woodard, born Abt. 1822; married James McRea 14 Sep 1842 in Sumter Co., AL.

Notes for James McRea:

or James McCrea or James McCrary

14 ii. William Benson Woodard, born Abt. 1824 in AL; died Bef. 1861 in Bowie Co., TX; married Amanda Rosser 16 Dec 1846 in Sumter Co., AL.

iii. Lucinda Woodard, born Abt. 1825 in AL; died in Bowie Co., TX; married George Godwin.

iv. Sarah Woodard, born 01 Mar 1828 in AL; died 06 Jun 1926 in Bowie Co., TX; married (1) Morris William Giles 28 Jan 1844 in Sumter Co., AL; born Abt. 1799; died Bet. 1850 - 1860; married (2) Martin Van Buren Rosser Abt. 1860; died Bet. 1870 - 1880.

v. Rebecca Woodard, born Abt. 1831 in AL; married <Unknown> Woodall.

vi. Mary Woodard, born Abt. 1833.

vii. Robert N. Woodard, born Aug 1836 in AL; died in Bowie Co., TX; married Elizabeth R. <Unknown> in Bowie Co., TX; born Aft. 1836.

Notes for Elizabeth R. <Unknown>:

Elizabeth R. Daniel or Elizabeth R. Daniels, but surname not proven.

viii. Pleasant Washington 'Pleas' Woodard, born 18 Jan 1838 in Sumter Co., AL; died Bet. 06 Jan 1890 - 06 Jan 1891 in Bowie Co., TX; married Etta Josephine Martin 12 Jan 1868 in Bowie Co., TX; born 1842 in Phillips Co., AR.

Notes for Pleasant Washington 'Pleas' Woodard:

He was a private in Captain Cameron's Company, Texas Infantry (later known as Company H, 9th Kentucky Mounted Infantry) C.S.A. He enlisted 15 Sep 1861. He was transferred to Company H, 15th (also known as 32nd) Texas Calvary C.S.A on May 2, 1863. He was surrendered at Citronelle, Alabama May 11, 1865 and paroled at Meridian, Mississippi May 11, 1865.

From his Widow's Pension Application his witnesses claimed to have fought with him at Murfreesboro, Chicamunga, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge and under Joseph E. Johnston and Hood in Georgia Campaign.

http://gen.1starnet.com/civilwar/woodardp.htm

ix. Martha Jane Woodard, born Abt. 1840 in AL.

 

30. John Rosser, born Abt. 1814 in TN; died Nov 1859 in Old Salem, Bowie, TX. He was the son of 60. Elijah Rosser and 61. Sarah Martin. He married 31. Sarah Glover 20 Nov 1830 in Marengo, Clarke, AL.

31. Sarah Glover, born Bef. 1816 in AL; died Nov 1859 in Old Salem Comm., Bowie, TX. She was the daughter of 62. Jarrett Glover and 63. Betsy Drinkard.

Notes for John Rosser:

John Rosser, was the administrator of William Woodard's estate in Oct., 1844.

Notes for Sarah Glover:

buried Rosser-Godwin Cem. DeKalb, TX

Children of John Rosser and Sarah Glover are:

15 i. Amanda Rosser, born Abt. 1832 in AL; married William Benson Woodard 16 Dec 1846 in Sumter Co., AL.

ii. Alice Rosser, born 1833 in AL; married (1) John McGregor 20 Sep 1849 in Johnstown, Sumter, AL; born Bef. 1829; married (2) Wren Tisdale Abt. 1865; born 1820.

iii. Elisha Rosser, born 1836 in AL; married Sarah <Unknown> Abt. 1858 in TX.

iv. Elijah Rosser, born 1837 in Sumter Co., AL; died Bet. 1860 - 1861 in TX; married Susan Elizabeth Daniel Abt. 1856 in Bowie Co., TX; born Abt. 1843 in Republic of Texas; died Bef. 1926.

v. John Edd Rosser, born 1840 in Sumter Co., AL; died Bef. 11 Feb 1887 in Bowie Co., TX; married Mary D. <Unknown> Abt. 1859 in TX.

Notes for John Edd Rosser:

Clarksville Standard dated 11 feb 1887?

Our usually quiet town was thrown into a wild fever of excitement this morning when a man on horseback came dashing into town with the information that a deadly battle had been fought about four miles northwest of town. Four male members a family named white were pitted against Col. John E. Rosser, his son Willie aged fifteen years, and a hired man named Mullins, resulting in the killing of three of the Whites and Col. Rosser and the dangerous wounding of the boy. A few minutes sufficed to impanel a jury, who, in company with the officers and justice proctor, your correspondent also accompanying, left hurriedly for the scene of bloodshed. a ride of an hour over a rough road brought the party to the battle ground, the home of the white family, a log house consisting of one room about twenty feet square, in the centre of about fifteen acres of cleared land. the party reached the house and were struck with horror at the scene.

On the ground in front of the entrance to the house was found the dead body of J. C. White, a bullet hole through his breast and one through his side. In the centre of the room in a great pool of blood lay Walter White, dead, shot twice through the neck and breast. Upon a bed in a half sitting posture was Lawson White, dead, with a gun cocked and clutched in his hands. a bullet hole through his head told how he met his death.

In one corner of the room was found Rosser's son, the boy of fifteen years, badly shot through the side, with a winchester at his side. Blood was everywhere and over everything. The deadly weapons that had wrought so much destruction were scattered promiscuously about. In another part of the room, in a crouching position, was a deformed and demented creature, a woman, who was related to the White family. Every few moments she would go into wild convulsions. This added to the screams and cries of the widow and five fatherless children, was a scene of horror that will long impress upon the minds of the beholders.

But the scene of death did not end here. a half mile further on and we reached the home of Rosser. here again was a sad scene. in the centre of a room was the dead body of Rosser surrounded by his weeping wife and children he had received a death wound through the neck at the hands of old man White, but being a man of great vitality, after having, as he supposed, killed all the whites, he mounted his horse and rode to this scene, dying as he entered his own door.

The trouble seems to have had its origin in a law suit. a year ago the Whites bought a piece of land of Rosser, and failing to pay for it he brought suit to gain possession of the property. A writ of dispossession had been issued last week against white, but had been recalled for some reason, and was not served. This angered Rosser, and this morning in the company with his son and his hired man, all armed, he went to the white's place to forcibly eject them. the elder white invited the rosser party into the house. Rosser and his son entered and made known the object of their visit. a few words were passed and the firing began. Old man White staggered from the house and fell dead in the yard, the old Rosser emptying his revolver at him. the boy was inside, and his version of the fight is that the elder white shot him and his father, and he (the boy) shot old man White once then turned the winchester upon the White boys to keep them from shooting his father. About fifteen shots were fired and with deadly effect, killing four of the participants and wounding the boy. Rosser was an old resident farmer of Bowie county. The Whites have been here not many years, but were considered very good people. Rosser has long had the reputation of being a desperate man and was generally feared to some extent.

vi. Martha Rosser, born 1843 in Sumter Co., AL; died 27 Jan 1928 in Wichita Falls, TX; married (1) John Barker Kent 05 Jan 1861 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX; died 1868 in DeKalb, Bowie, TX; married (2) John Arnett Mar 1870 in Dalby Springs, Bowie, TX; born Abt. 1805; died Bet. 1871 - 1872 in Near Decatur, Wise, TX; married (3) Julius Wilcox 1873 in Waggoner Ranch, near Decatur, Wise, TX; died 1920 in Sawtelle, CA.

Notes for Martha Rosser:

Thanks to Richelle Re5212@aol.com , Oct 2003:

Martha Rosser is not proven to be the same Martha Rosser, daughter of John Rosser and Sarah Glover, but her second marriage was adjacent to other of their descendants, and her reported death date and spouse's name are the same.

This info about Martha is from the statements she made in Julius Wilcox' Civil War pension file. From affidavits by friends in El Paso: " she was the best man of the two" and "she was the breadwinner and was a woman of considerable force." By the time she met Julius she had already lost two husbands and most of her children; she doesn't appear to be living with her parents or other family, so she must have been on her own.

Martha aid she was raised in Arkansas and married John Barker Kent on January 5, 1861 at DeKalb on her father's farm. He served in Gool's Regt CSA. They had four children: William, Ida, Lily, and another not named because it died very young. All the children were dead at the time of her statement. John Kent died in 1868 at DeKalb and is buried at the Rosser burying ground.

Martha then married John Arnett in March 1870 at Dalby Springs, Bowie Co. He was about 65 years old when they married. He died in 1871 or 1872 at Mr. Wrights ranch which was 16 mi west of Decatur and he was buried there at Jim Ned Creek. She had one child by him but it died before being named. She said, " he was what you would call a cow-boy".

She married Julius Wilcox in 1873 on the Waggoner Ranch and about two years later they headed for El Paso. They stopped for about 3 months at San Angelo [NOTE: they are in Fort Concho on the 1880 census; his occupation is tailor and hers is "none" ; they also have a son, Henry, age 3 who must have also died] and then continued for El Paso. She left El Paso 1903. They had 3 boarding houses in El Paso: 108 Stanton St.; 111 Utah Place; and one on Bryant Place. She said she supported them by sewing and millinery

Her husband "got on a train one day in 1902, said he was going prospecting and never returned." Turned out he went to the Old Soldier's Home in Sawtelle California. She located him after a time and got half of his pension. When he died in 1920, she tried to obtain his full pension and that is when her long ordeal with the government began. Poor Martha had to fight tooth and nail for that pension. Tom Waggoner of the Waggoner Ranch even provided an affidavit to prove her marriage. She lived for a long time with a J. and Ethel Deen who she called her "adopted daughter." She was crippled with rheumatism, an invalid and could barely get around. Her attorney said she was living off the charity of strangers.

To sum up, the pension was finally approved in full June 1926, a John P. Fleming of Archer County TX was appointed her guardian in Aug 1927 (incompetence) and then she passed away Jan 27, 1928 !!

vii. Martin Van Buren Rosser, born Jan 1847 in Sumter Co., AL; died 15 Jul 1922 in DeKalb, Bowie Co., TX; married Mary Mayes.

Notes for Martin Van Buren Rosser:

buried Rosser-Godwin Cem. DeKalb, TX.

viii. Elsie Rosser, born 1851 in AL.

ix. Punk Rosser, born 1853.

x. Franklin Pierce Rosser, born 15 Mar 1856 in Bowie Co., TX; died 21 Oct 1946 in Bowie Co., TX; married (1) Mollie Richardson; married (2) Susan Wilson Lancaster.

 

Generation No. 6

32. <Unknown> Johns, born Abt. 1735. He was the son of 64. <Unknown> Johns.

Notes for <Unknown> Johns:

The John Johns shown as a descendant died in Columbia Co., GA, as did his presumed cousin, John Johns d 1792. Each had descendants that later resided in Chambers Co., AL and attended the same school at the same time. Any of the listed children, or an unlisted child of William Johns and "Lockey" could be the grandfather of John Johns.

Child of <Unknown> Johns is:

16 i. John Johns, born Bef. 1760 in Of King & Queen Co., VA; died Bef. Jan 1805 in Columbia Co., GA; married Nancy <Unknown>.

 

40. Thomas Finch, born Bef. 27 Oct 1738 in St. Peter's Par., New Kent, VA. He was the son of 80. John Finch and 81. Sabra <Uncertain> Stroud.

Notes for Thomas Finch:

27 Oct, 1738 Christened

Children of Thomas Finch are:

20 i. John Finch, born Bef. 1765; died in GA.

ii. Jeremiah Finch, born Bef. 1770; married Lydia Harris.

iii. William Finch

 

44. William Taylor, born Abt. 1750; died in of Edgefield Dist. SC. He married 45. Mary 'Polly' Clark.

45. Mary 'Polly' Clark

Notes for William Taylor:

Memo: 5 generations

Notes for Mary 'Polly' Clark:

or Polly Clarke

Children of William Taylor and Mary Clark are:

22 i. James T. Taylor, born Abt. 1772 in prob. Edgefield Dist., SC; died Abt. Sep 1838 in Chambers Co., AL; married Mary <Unknown> Abt. 1792.

ii. Baxter Taylor, born Bef. 1780 in Edgefield Dist., SC; died in Chambers Co., AL; married (1) Nancy Clarke Abt. 1801 in Edgefield Dist., SC; born Bef. 1785 in Edgefield Dist., SC; married (2) Elizabeth Walton 1813 in near Saluda, 96 Dist., SC; born Aft. 1780.

Notes for Baxter Taylor:

Capt. 669 District Company, Meriwether County, GA. GM 25 Jun 1829-30; MC 1829-30, MR 1808-29.

(What do the initials mean)

Baxter Taylor is shown on 1830 Census in Meriwhether GA, p 158 and on 1840 in Chambers Co AL , p202

Baxter Taylor also purchased land in AL: 158.55 acres 5/13/1834, from Montgomery land office with James Taylor (his brother) and Thomas C. Russell, land was in Chambers Co -Doc number 98.

In 4/1/1837, Baxter Taylor also purchased 79.825 acres from the Montgomery land office for land in Chambers Co., AL, Doc 492.

One indication that he married an Elizabeth Gray.

Notes for Elizabeth Walton:

dwwalton@ozemail.com.au Don Walton shared this family's info, Oct. 2001.

 

56. Charles Woodard, born Abt. 1757 in SC; died Dec 1843 in Clay Hill, Clarke, AL. He was the son of 112. William Woodard. He married 57. Rebecca <Unknown>.

57. Rebecca <Unknown>, born Abt. 1770 in SC; died in Anderson Co., TX.

Notes for Charles Woodard:

Jewell Woodard mentions minutes records for Anson Co., NC dated Oct.,14, 1774 that Samuel Skipper was summoned to appear with orphan children of William Woodard: William, Charles and Henry. This is Anson Co. Minutes Docket p. 165 Oct. 14, 1774 from Dept. of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC.

A history of TX published in 1893 and from the TX State Archives in Austin has a bit about James b. Woodard and his family in the section titled Navarro, Henderson, Anderson, Limestone, Freestone and Leon Counties, TX. On p. 546 it reads, "The Woodard family, as far as can be ascertained, settled on coming to America near where the city of Richmond, Virginia, now stands, and became farmers, although there were professional men also in their ranks. From this place a portion of the family moved to South Carolina . The grandfather (of Jesse H. Woodard subect of the article) was Charles E. Woodaed, a leading planter of South Carolina, who moved to Alabama in 1817, and settled in Clarke County, remaining ther until his death. He reared a family of ten children, six boys and four girls, only two of whom ever left the state or county in which they were reared..."

Settled in Clarke Co., AL in 1818.

Thanks to: Jewel Daphne Gerron Woodard

http://www.woodardfamilytree.com/

http://www.woodardfamilytree.com/pdf/section6-2.pdf

For footnotes, see the web site.

No records were found to prove or verify his enlistment into the services of his country during the Revolutionary War, from 1775-1783. At the age of twenty-nine, in 1786, Charles Woodard came to life for researchers in records of his purchase and stay in the District of Orangeburgh on Dane Swamp in South Carolina.[2]

On September 3, 1786, Charles Woodard paid to the State of South Carolina, Three Pounds, Ten Shillings Sterling Money for a Tract of Land, containing 150 acres, that was Certified by the Surveyor General June 24, 1786.[2,3] Charles added to his land holdings with the purchase of a second Tract of Land, 370 acres, a State Grant, situated in the District of Orangeburgh on Dane Swamp, surveyed for Charles Woodard, April 5, 1787, and purchased for Eight Pounds Sterling Money. This Tract of Land was received March 1, 1790.[4,5]

Land Grant, 150 Acres to Charles Woodward State of South Carolina, September 3, 1787

Land Grant, 370 Acres to Charles Woodward State of South Carolina, March 1, 1790

Charles Woodard and his family lived on his land when Charles was listed as head of his family in the First Census of the United States, Orangeburgh District (South Part), South Carolina, in 1790:

Free white males of 16 and upward, including head of family 1

Free white males under 16 years of age 4

Free white females, including head of family 3

All other persons 0

Slaves 1[6]

Both tracts of land were on the Dane Swamp, a haven for fevers, malaria, and other diseases. Charles and his family did not live long in Orangeburgh District. They had moved to Kershaw County, South Carolina, before 1800. The Second Federal Census of Kershaw County, South Carolina, lists Charles Woodard as head of his family:

Free white males under 10 years of age 2

Free white males 10 to 16 years of age 0

Free white males 16 to 26 years of age, including head of family 0

Free white males 26 to 45 years of age, including head of family 1

Free white males 45 and Upward 0

Free white females under 10 years of age 2

Free white females 10 to 16 years of age 0

Free white females 16 to 26 years of age 0

Free white females 26 to 45 years of age 1

Free white females 45 and Upward 0

All other free persons, including Indians not taxed 0

Slaves 0[7]

There are no records to tell us what happened to the 4 sons under 16 years of age listed in the 1790 Census. These children were not living in the home with the family in 1800. One or two children might have been old enough to work away from home, but not all four. It appears there might have been serious illness and deaths in the family while they lived on the Dane Swamp.

Charles Woodard might have lived with relatives or rented a farm before buying a small farm of 50 acres, October 27, 1801.[8] After living on the farm three years, he sold the farm November 7, 1804.[9] The family probably remained in or near the Kershaw District, because their strong ties of friendship with their neighbors affected the Woodard Family for the rest of their lives.

Charles and his wife, Rebecca, were true pioneers, and they had never known any other life. They were probably very anxious to find a new home on the Western frontier, with their young family growing in numbers. They may have settled quietly and waited, instead, for their children to get older before undertaking a major move. Other Woodards were in the vicinity, but their kinship has not been established. Charles and his family could have lived on a farm owned by a relative during part of his stay in Kershaw County.

After the War of 1812, Alabama saw a real influx of settlers, especially in the Southwestern section. In this area Clarke County, created in 1812, was attracting much attention as a land of opportunity for the pioneers searching for a home on the frontier.[1,10] Charles and his older son, Robert S., might have made the long journey together to check the area. They would have made the trip on horseback. Robert S. was twenty-one years of age and eligible for land grant. We can assume the Woodard Family decided to let Robert S. make application for the first land grant, and on September 26, 1817, Robert S. received a land grant, No. 371, containing 79.55 acres.[11] With his land grant paper in hand, Robert S. could assure his parents of a place where they could settle until his Father received his own land grant.

Charles probably had been holding things in readiness for such a move for a very long time. Now he was ready to make preparations for the major undertaking of moving all of his large family, their livestock, and other possessions.

We do not know if the caravan began the long journey in the winter or waited until Spring, and we do not know their route of travel. There were probably roads marked wide enough for wagons to travel over. The wagons were pulled by oxen, and probably covered ten to fifteen miles a day. Pioneers did no traveling on the Sabbath. The caravan included Charles and Rebecca and their ten children: William, Robert S. ­ age 22, Charles E. 15, Moses 14, John T. 10, Jesse J. 9, James B. 7, Sarah, Mary and Jane, and Sarah Creighton Woodard, bride of Robert S. Woodard. Also, traveling in the caravan were Mr. and Mrs. John Creighton, Sarah's parents, and many of their ten children. Some neighbors and friends joined the group in the enormous migration movement.[1,12,13]

Until the men had time to look over their land and choose a suitable site for a cabin, the families continued to sleep in the windbreaks, tents, or wagons. All of the men and the older boys helped build the log cabins. For two or three days the sound of the axe, the maul, and the crash of falling timber could be heard as they felled the trees, cut them into logs, and then rolled them to the building site. At first, the humble cabins, daubed with clay, were built. Later, the hewed log houses with plank floors and shingled roofs replaced the cabins.[14]

Every man, woman and child shared in the division of labor. The men and older boys provided the food by hunting and farming, chopping up trees for fuel, and made furniture and household implements. The women, girls and young children made soap, candles, clothing and did the cooking. Every family had its patch of flax and a flax wheel, and the women made the clothing. Our ancestors learned to survive in the wilderness, for they had learned from their Mothers and Fathers who had themselves pioneered in the frontiers of North Carolina and South Carolina.

Charles Woodard, head of his family, was 61 years of age when he came to Clarke County.[15] Being inured to the life of a pioneer, Charles and Rebecca took the lead in helping their children face the many new tasks of the frontier. In such a large family, no one could fail to do his or her part. Training and discipline were important for their survival in that period. There is evidence much emphasis was given to religious training in the Woodard home. The Woodards were devout Methodist. Two of the Woodard sons, Robert S. and James B., were ministers. Without the singing and the emotional experiences of the revivals, the lives of the people in the nineteenth century frontier would have been a great deal more drab and uneventful. The warming influence of the camp meeting lifted the spirits of the people.[15]

Some years later Charles and Rebecca Woodard moved to Clay Hill in Marengo County, about one mile north of the Clarke County line. The Woodards were named among the first settlers.[16] Records show the community where many of the Woodards lived was known as Woodardsville.[17] Clay Hill was a thriving village with a voting precinct of nearly a hundred votes. The Bethel Methodist Church, with an active membership, stood just across the county line in Clarke County. It is said many people never knew and do not now know where the line crosses, because the churchyard cemetery is on the line. All church buildings are gone, but the Bethel Methodist churchyard is the cemetery where the citizens continue to bury their dead.[16] I visited the cemetery in October 1981. It is surrounded with a nice cyclone fence and is well cared for. Woodards are buried there.[18]

Charles Woodard, born in 1757, died in 1843, at the age of 86 years.[19] He was buried in the Bethel Cemetery in an unmarked grave. Charles died prior to the United States Census of 1850, the first census to record the birth and birth place, with the state or country, of the person being enumerated. The 1880 United States Census requested data concerning the birthplace of the parents of the person being enumerated. Charles had no sons living in 1880.

There was a family closeness and unity that held the large Woodard Family together, with the children living nearby during all of their Father's lifetime. After the Father's death, the children began to move away to find new homes. William moved to Sumter County, Alabama, James B. and Moses moved to Anderson County, Texas.

Rebecca, born in 1770, was thirteen years younger than her husband, Charles. In the United States Census of 1850 of Marengo County, Alabama, Rebecca was listed as living in the home of Jefferson and Frances Henry, and Rebecca was 80 years of age. I do not know if the Henrys were relatives. Rebecca's granddaughter, Margaret Woodard Gilmore and her husband, Richard Gilmore, lived next door to the Henrys. Margaret is Robert S.'s daughter.[13] Late in the Fall of 1850, Rebecca moved to Palestine, Anderson County, Texas with her youngest son, James B., and his family. Rebecca died 6 years later in 1856, at the age of 86 years, the same age as her husband when he died.[20,21]

Information used to ascertain the year of birth for most of the children of Charles and Rebecca Woodard was taken from the 1850 United States Census of Marengo County of Alabama.[23,1] The marriage information was compiled from Clarke County, Alabama and Its Surroundings Rev. T.H. Ball, and the Marriage Records of Clarke and Marengo Counties, Alabama. ..., Robert S. Woodard, was the only child to get married before emigrating from South Carolina to Clarke County, Alabama, in 1818.

When all of the family information has been brought together, it appears that only two sons were lost by death when the Charles Woodard Family lived in the District of Orangeburgh on Dane Swamp, South Carolina, 1790 ­ 1800.

Extracted from a book; A Glance into THE GREAT SOUTH-EAST or CLARKE COUNTY, ALABAMA, And It's Surroundings, FROM 1540 TO 1877, written by Rev. T.H. Ball of Clarke County Alabama:

"Charles Woodard came from South Carolina and settled in Clarke County in 1818. He had seven sons, William, Moses, Robert, Charles E., Jesse, James B. amd John T.; and three daughters , Sarah, Mary, and Jane.

"Robert and Moses married sisters, the sisters of Rev. Hiram Creighton. James and Moses removed to Texas. Sarah Woodard married William McClure of Clarke County, and finally removed to Louisiana. Mary Woodard married Benjamin McClure, a cousin of William McClure, and is now living in Marengo County, in the eighty-fourth year of her age.

"Charles Woodard, the head of this large family, removed to Clay Hill, about one mile north of the county line, where he died in December 1843, being eighty-six years of age. Mrs. Woodard removed to the home of her son, James, in Texas, where she died, at the same age of eighty-six."

Notes for Rebecca <Unknown>:

She died at home of her son James in Anderson Co., TX. Rebecca was living in the home of Frances and Jefferson Henry in 1850 at the age of 80.

Children of Charles Woodard and Rebecca <Unknown> are:

28 i. William Woodard, born 1792 in SC; died Bef. Oct 1844 in Sumter Co., AL; married Sarah Drinkard 29 Apr 1819 in Clarke Co., AL.

ii. Robert S. Woodard, born Abt. 1795 in SC; died Mar 1833 in Marengo Co., AL; married Sarah Creighton 1817 in Kershaw Dist., SC; born 28 Dec 1799 in Kershaw Dist., SC; died 1876 in Marengo Co., AL.

Notes for Robert S. Woodard:

Methodist Minister

Notes for Sarah Creighton:

From a published memorial of Mrs. Sarah Creighton Woodard, written by her son, Rev. Robert S. Woodard, dated at Brandon, Mississippi, Sept. 4, 1876, the following extracts are made. ( In the published copy the name is written Woodward, but is not thus written in Clarke County.)

" My dear mother, Mrs. Sarah Woodard, passed away from earth, to her long-coveted home in heaven, August 11, 1876." " The image of her Christ-like example is daguerreotyped on the hearts where her name is so tenderly enshrined."

"She was born in Kershaw district, S.C. December 28, 1799; was married to Robert S. Woodard in 1817; professed religion and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1820. About this time they removed to Clarke County Alabama, but finally settled in Marengo County, where my father died at the age of thirty-nine years-having been a local preacher about ten years.

My mother was left under this dark cloud of widowhood, with a family of eight children, most of whom were quite young."

"She died peacefully and triumphtly, at the home of her son, Rev. T.C. Woodard, in Marengo County in the seventy-seventh year of her age. .

iii. Jane Woodard, born Bef. 1800; died in TX; married (1) William Morris Abt. 1830 in Marengo Co., AL; born Bef. 1800; married (2) <Unknown> Hardin Aft. 1831.

Notes for Jane Woodard:

Mrs. Hardin was first married to a Mr. Morris [Norris] and removed to Polk County, Texas in 1836-1837 and later married Mr. Hardin.

iv. Sarah Susan Woodard, born 05 Feb 1797 in SC; died 07 Jul 1871 in Prob. Shelby Co., TX; married William McClure 24 Nov 1819 in Clarke Co., AL; born 06 Jun 1796 in SC; died 20 Feb 1874 in prob. TX.

v. Mary Ann Woodard, born Abt. 1795 in prob. SC; died in Of Marengo Co., AL; married Benjamin R. McClure 29 Apr 1819 in Clarke Co., AL.

vi. Charles E. Woodard, born 06 Jan 1803 in SC; died 27 Sep 1853 in Grove Hill, Clarke, AL; married Martha V. Rivers; born in Franklin, TN.

Notes for Charles E. Woodard:

Charles E. Woodard married Miss. Martha V. Rivers of Franklin, Tenn. In Jan. 1844 C. E. Woodard removed from Marengo to Grove Hill, where he engaged in planting,kept a hotel, owned a mill, was justic of the peace, sheriff of the county, and first mayor of the town of Grove Hill. He had five sons, Henry Mason,Richard J., Robert C., Simeon T., W. Frank; and four daughters of whom one died in infancy. Robert C. died in boyhood. Henry Mason died of yellow fever in 1853.

vii. Moses A. Woodard, born Abt. 1804 in SC; died Jul 1857 in Palestine, Anderson, TX; married Rachel Creighton 02 Nov 1826 in Marengo Co., AL.

Notes for Moses A. Woodard:

WFT 1-5621 lists a wedding date of 11 Feb 1826 Clarke Co., AL to Rache. Creighton.

viii. John T. Woodard, born Abt. 1808 in SC; married Sarah Morgan 06 Feb 1829; born 1810 in TN.

Notes for Sarah Morgan:

or Sarah Morris

ix. Jesse J. Woodard, born Abt. 1810 in SC; died in Clarke Co., AL; married (1) Catherine Robinson; married (2) Lucretia Trawick Bef. 1835; born Aft. 1812.

Notes for Jesse J. Woodard:

WFT 1-5621 says Jesse H. Woodard married Mary Trawick who was b. Clarke Co., AL

x. James B. Woodard, born 19 May 1811 in SC; died 26 Mar 1857 in Palestine, Anderson, TX; married Telitha Harrison 29 Sep 1829 in Clarke Co., AL; born 11 Jun 1810; died 04 May 1857.

Notes for James B. Woodard:

Methodist Minister, Moved to TX

cktipton@netdot.com Kary Woodard Tipton descends from this line.

Notes for Telitha Harrison:

Telitha Black or Talitha Harrison

 

58. Francis Drinkard, born Abt. 1755 in VA; died Aft. 1830 in Marengo, Clarke Co., AL. He married 59. Sarah Ellington 18 Dec 1788 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.

59. Sarah Ellington, born Abt. 1765 in VA; died Aft. 1830 in Marengo, Clarke Co., AL. She was the daughter of 118. Jeremiah Ellington and 119. Frances Jones.

Notes for Francis Drinkard:

1816 Census - Clarke Co., MS Territory (later AL)

Drinkard, Francis - 1,4,1,1 R

Resided Abbeville Co., SC before moving to Marengo Co., AL, then known as Clarke Co., MS.

One Francis Drinkard married Martha Fleming; he may be the son of John Drinkard and Ann Wilkerson. He was born c 1761 and died before 22 Mar 1841.

This Francis's parents may therefore remain unknown; though he is likely closely related to the other Francis Drinkard.

Memo: 3 generations

Notes for Sarah Ellington:

resided Abbeville Co., SC

Children of Francis Drinkard and Sarah Ellington are:

i. John W. Drinkard, born Abt. 1795 in Abbeville Dist., SC; died in Clarke Co., AL; married (1) <Unknown> Bef. 1815; married (2) Margaret McClure 23 Aug 1818 in Clarke Co., AL; born 1793 in SC; died 1860.

Notes for John W. Drinkard:

Listed in 1860-1861 Merango Directory as a Planter in the Dixon Mills Community

1850,1860 Ala. Census. Lucretia, Danny, and Henry are mentioned in Ellington's will as being the oldest children of John W. Drinkard.

ii. Ellington Drinkard, born 22 Jun 1799 in Abbeville Dist., SC; died 08 Aug 1873 in Clarke Co., AL; married Tabitha Mobley 07 Jan 1819 in Clarke Co., AL; born 24 Dec 1804; died 14 Dec 1859 in Marengo Co., AL.

Notes for Tabitha Mobley:

or Tabitha Maubly

29 iii. Sarah Drinkard, born Abt. 1801; died 10 Sep 1880 in Sumter Co., AL; married William Woodard 29 Apr 1819 in Clarke Co., AL.

iv. William R. Drinkard, born Abt. 1808 in SC; died Bef. 1860 in Marango Co., AL; married Levitha Holland 29 Sep 1828 in Clarke Co., AL; born 1811 in SC.

Notes for Levitha Holland:

or Lavitha Holland

v. Pleasant L. Drinkard, born 1807 in SC; died 20 Oct 1893 in Eustice, Clarke Co., AL; married Sarah T. Pope 20 Aug 1831 in Marengo Co., AL; born 10 Mar 1811 in GA; died Aft. 1900 in AL.

vi. Washington Drinkard, born 02 Feb 1811 in Abbeville Dist., SC; died 18 Jan 1884 in Near Edna, Sumter, AL; married Nancy G. Pearson 09 Jun 1835 in AL; born 03 Mar 1808 in 1808; died 01 Aug 1884 in Near Edna, Sumter, AL.

Notes for Washington Drinkard:

Washington and Nancy lived near Bevill in an area of Sumter County that later became Edna in Choctaw County. They saw all five of their sons leave home to fight in the Civil War.

Research by Mickey Mathis, Alabama Christian Advocate

 

60. Elijah Rosser, born Abt. 1783 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; died Abt. 1848 in Sumter Co., AL. He was the son of 120. James Rosser and 121. Alice Worthing. He married 61. Sarah Martin Abt. 1810.

61. Sarah Martin, born Abt. 1793; died Bef. 1849 in Sumter Co., AL.

Notes for Elijah Rosser:

The town of Rosser, AL was named for Elijah Rosser, who came with his family in 1831. Sumter Co., AL

Notes for Sarah Martin:

Possibly Sarah Martin

Children of Elijah Rosser and Sarah Martin are:

i. William M. Rosser, born Abt. 1810 in VA or NC; married Mary Surgeoner 06 Oct 1831 in Wilcox Co., AL; born Abt. 1816 in VA or NC.

30 ii. John Rosser, born Abt. 1814 in TN; died Nov 1859 in Old Salem, Bowie, TX; married Sarah Glover 20 Nov 1830 in Marengo, Clarke, AL.

iii. Martin J. Rosser, born 14 Nov 1814 in AL; died 10 Jul 1876 in Hood Co., TX; married (1) Mary Barber 29 Jun 1836 in Sumter Co., AL; born Abt. 1823; died 13 Feb 1857; married (2) Sarah Elizabeth Barton 16 Feb 1858 in TX; born 20 Mar 1828 in AL.

Notes for Martin J. Rosser:

Bowie Co., TX sheriff from 1862 to 1865.

iv. Alice 'Alsay' Rosser, born 10 Jan 1817 in AL; died 23 Mar 1884 in Newton Co., MS; married William H. Thompson 12 Dec 1834 in Rosser, Sumter, AL; born 17 Oct 1808 in Washington Co., AL; died 15 Apr 1872 in Newton Co., MS.

Notes for Alice 'Alsay' Rosser:

'Allis' Rosser

v. Martha Jane Rosser, born Apr 1820 in Clark Co., AL; died 10 Jan 1852 in Bowie Co., TX; married Pleasant Miller Duke 18 Sep 1837 in Rosser, Sumter, AL; born 1810 in TN; died 20 Feb 1877 in New Boston, Bowie, TX.

vi. Amanda Rosser, born 1820 in Clark Co., AL; married Robert Lebbens Hunter 13 Mar 1839 in Sumter Co., AL.

vii. Julia Ann Rosser, born 1822 in AL; married James William Bailey 28 Jun 1843 in Rosser, Sumter, AL.

viii. <Daughter> Rosser, born 1826 in AL.

ix. <Daughter> Rosser, born 1828 in AL.

x. Elizabeth Rosser, born 1833 in Sumter Co., AL; married Chamberlain A. Batte, Sr. 25 Jan 1849 in Sumter Co., AL; born Bef. 1829.

Notes for Elizabeth Rosser:

orphan aged 16 when married

 

62. Jarrett Glover, born 16 Jan 1795 in Abbeville Co., SC; died Bet. 1863 - 1870 in Bowie Co., TX. He was the son of 124. Allen Glover and 125. Lydia Henderson. He married 63. Betsy Drinkard Bef. 1816.

63. Betsy Drinkard, born Aft. 1795.

Notes for Jarrett Glover:

LDS / IGI files show this family.

Is this the Jarrett Glover that married Madaline Lane 20 Jan 1863 in Red River Co., TX?

The family of Frederick Jarrett is a candidate to have a family relationship with the Glover ancestors. Also, the family of Devereaux Jarratt was in Virginia for years, and it warrants a look for a connection to the Glover family.

Notes for Betsy Drinkard:

Was Betsy Drinkard a second spouse? Was she the mother of Sarah?

Child of Jarrett Glover and Betsy Drinkard is:

31 i. Sarah Glover, born Bef. 1816 in AL; died Nov 1859 in Old Salem Comm., Bowie, TX; married John Rosser 20 Nov 1830 in Marengo, Clarke, AL.

 

Generation No. 7

64. <Unknown> Johns, born Bef. 1710. He was the son of 128. William Johns and 129. <Unknown> Lockey.

Child of <Unknown> Johns is:

32 i. <Unknown> Johns, born Abt. 1735.

 

80. John Finch, born Bef. 20 Mar 1698/99 in New Kent Co., VA. He was the son of 160. Edward Finch and 161. Martha <Unknown>. He married 81. Sabra <Uncertain> Stroud Bef. 1723.

81. Sabra <Uncertain> Stroud, born 1703 in New Kent Co., VA.

Notes for John Finch:

20 Mar 1698/99 christened St. Peters Church. Sabra Finch is not likely a daughter of John Finch and Sabra Stroud, as she was born much later than the children of Sabra Stroud.

Notes for Sabra <Uncertain> Stroud:

probably dau. of John Stroud of Prince George's Co., VA.

Children of John Finch and Sabra Stroud are:

i. Stroud Finch, born Bef. 17 Feb 1723/24.

ii. Charles Finch, born Bef. 27 Oct 1728 in New Kent Co., VA; married Joyce Mosse; born Bef. 07 Aug 1730 in New Kent Co., VA.

iii. Martha Finch, born 17 Feb 1736/37.

40 iv. Thomas Finch, born Bef. 27 Oct 1738 in St. Peter's Par., New Kent, VA.

v. Sabra Finch, born Abt. 1740 in St. Peter's Par., New Kent, VA; married Julius Scruggs 1758; born 01 Jan 1735/36 in St. Peter's Par., New Kent, VA; died 1809 in Greene Co., VA.

 

112. William Woodard, born Bef. 1736; died Bef. Oct 1774 in Poss. Anson Co., NC.

Notes for William Woodard:

Jewell Woodard mentions minutes records for Anson Co., NC dated Oct.,14, 1774 that Samuel Skipper was summoned to appear with orphan children of William Woodard: William, Charles and Henry. This is Anson Co. Minutes Docket p. 165 14 Oct 1774 from Dept. of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC.

It is possible that this William Woodard is the father of the Charles Woodard of South Carolina and Alabama.

Memo: 5 generations

Children of William Woodard are:

56 i. Charles Woodard, born Abt. 1757 in SC; died Dec 1843 in Clay Hill, Clarke, AL; married Rebecca <Unknown>.

ii. William Woodard

iii. Henry Woodard

 

118. Jeremiah Ellington, born 1737 in Amelia Co., VA; died Bef. 07 Nov 1796 in Abbeville Dist., SC. He was the son of 236. David Ellington and 237. Martha Fowlkes. He married 119. Frances Jones 13 Sep 1757 in Prince Edward Co., VA.

119. Frances Jones, born 1736 in Amelia Co., VA; died 1802 in Abbeville Dist., SC.

Notes for Jeremiah Ellington:

Not certain to have been the son of David Ellington.

resided Abbeville Co., SC

resided Pittsylvania Co., VA

his estate paid the dowry of Sarah Terry, who was not his wife.

American Revolutionary record

Did he die 11 Sep 1801? Thanks to Georgia Whitney for many descendants of this line.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/3975/Ellington/elljerem.html June 1999

Administration of Jerem. H Ellington Est.

Administration of the estate of Jeremiah Ellington, Deceased, was granted to Fanney Ellington and Leonard Ellington the seventh day of November 1796 on their taking the oath of administration and entering into the following which they did.

State of South Carolina

Abbeville County To wit:

Know all men by these presents that we Fanny Ellington, Leonard Ellington, William Harris and John Norwood all of the County aforesaid Planters are held and firmly bound unto the Judges of Abbeville County Court and their successors in office in the just and full sum of Eight thousand Dollars to be paid to the said Judges or their successors in office to which payment will and truly to be made and done we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals and dated the seventh day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety Six and of the independence of the United States of North America the twenty first.

The Condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Fanny Ellington Adm.i and Leon.d Ellington Administrator of the goods, chattels and credit of Jeremiah Ellington, deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said decease which have or shall come to the hands, possession or knowledge of the said Fanny and Leonard or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for them and the same so made do exhibit unto the said Court of Abbeville County when they shall be there unto required and make a just and true account of their dealings and doings therein when required by the said Court and all the rest of the said goods, chattels and credits which shall be bound remaining upon the account of the said administration the same being first allowed by the said Court shall deliver and pay unto such persons respectively aware entitled to the same by law and if I shall hereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by the said deceased and the same be proved in Court in Court and the executors obtain a certificate of the probate thereby render and deliver up the said letters of Administration then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full force.

Sealed and delivered in presence of

 

John Bowie, Her

Examined, JP Fanny X Ellington L.S.

Mark

Leonard Ellington L.S.

Will.m Harris L.S

John Norwood L.S.

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Book of Wills - Abbeville County South Carolina

Children of Jeremiah Ellington and Frances Jones are:

i. David Ellington, born Aft. 1757; died Aft. 1814.

ii. Dewi Ellington, born Aft. 1757; died Abt. Mar 1814 in Abbeville Distr., SC.

Notes for Dewi Ellington:

Last Will and Testament of Dewi Ellington Dec'd

In the Name of God, Amen; I Dewi Ellington of the State of South Carolina, Abbeville District, being in my perfect senses, and in health and about to travel to some foreign country and not knowing that I shall ever return, do make this my last will and testament. And I do will first that for all my just debts be paid, and I do give unto my beloved mother Fanny Ellington, all the rest of my Estate lands and negroes, Stock of all kind for the term of her natural life her life time and at her decease, that all my moveable property may be sold except my beds and furniture, and that Phil and Pheby be sold together and not parted, nor the children if she shall have any, and two years credit to be given, and I give unto my brother David Ellington, two hundred dollars, and I give unto my sister Lucy Malden two hundred dollars, and I give unto my sister Patsey Wooldridge one hundred Dollars and I give my brother John Ellington one bed and furniture I give Dewi Lipford one bed and furniture and after the above is paid, the balance of the money to be put at Interest, and my lands to be rented out, and the money put at Interest, until William Wooldridge Son of John Wooldridge comes of age, then all my lands to be sold and three years credit to be given, and I give unto my brother John Ellington one third of the money forever, except one hundred dollars I give his daughter Fanny out of his part forever, I give unto the heirs of the body of Sister Obedience Lipford one third of the money except one hundred dollars I give unto her son Dewi Ellington Lipford, and then for him to have an equal part of the rest of the heirs of her body forever, and I give one third of the money unto the heirs of the body of Sister Patsey Wooldridge except one hundred dollars I give her daughter Fanny Wooldridge out of it, and then for her to have an equal part with the rest of the Heirs of her body forever and I do appoint John Wooldridge and John Ellington my executors.

September 29, in the year of our Lord 1810, as witness my hand and seal to this my last will and testament in presence of Wm. Yarbrough, John Cain, Mary Yarbrough and my Executors; to having nothing for their trouble.

His

Dewi X Ellington

Mark

iii. Fanny Ellington, born Aft. 1757.

iv. Nancy 'Ann' Ellington, born 1760; died 1829; married Dudley Jones 01 Dec 1792 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.

59 v. Sarah Ellington, born Abt. 1765 in VA; died Aft. 1830 in Marengo, Clarke Co., AL; married Francis Drinkard 18 Dec 1788 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.

vi. Lucy Ellington, born 06 Aug 1770 in Pittsylvania Co., VA; married Benjamin Waldron 06 Aug 1788 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.

Notes for Lucy Ellington:

Lucy was named as an inheritor in her brother Dewi Ellington will and her father administration papers as an inheritor, she was not listed as an executor in either one. We know that Lucy was alive when the administration of her father's estate took place, we know she was alive when her brother Dewi wrote his will in Sept. 29, 1810, but was she still alive by March 14, 1814, when Dewi's will was probated, probably not, if the "Paid W. B. Wimbish, one of the heirs of Lucy Waldon, $100.00." is indication that she is dead by this date or before 1914. Notice: The say (heirs)

SOURCE: Abstracts of Old Ninty-Six & Abbeville District Wills and Bounds, by Willie Pauline Young.

vii. W. Leonard Ellington, born 1775 in Amelia Co., VA; died 05 Nov 1836 in Hall Co., GA; married Mary Susan Boyd Abt. 1798 in Hall Co., GA; born 1779 in VA; died 1849 in Sallis, MS.

viii. Obedience Ellington, born Bef. 1776; died 18 Feb 1848 in Abbeville Dist., SC; married Royal N. Lipford 12 Oct 1791 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.

Notes for Obedience Ellington:

Abbeville Banner, February 18, 1848:

"Died, on Friday morning the 18th instant, at the residence of her son-in-law, (Thomas J. Hill) in this district, Mrs. Obediance Lipford, in the 76th year of her age. On the morning before she died, she appeared to be in her usual health; about 10 o'clock she complained of pain in her breast. Medical aid was procured; but to no purpose. Her probationary state was about to close; and in about 24 hours her spirit left its mortal clay to appear before the Judge of all the earth. The deceased was for a number of years an acceptable member of the M. E. Church".

ix. John Ellington, born 16 Sep 1778; died Bet. 1820 - 1830 in Abbeville Dist., SC; married Obedience Jones; born 1789 in NC; died Abt. 1862 in Cass Co., TX.

x. Adam Jones Ellington, born 05 Sep 1781; died Abt. 1800.

xi. Martha Ellington, born 27 May 1783 in Amelia Co., VA; died Bef. 05 Sep 1825 in Abbeville Dist., SC; married Joel Wooldridge 1803 in Abbeville Dist., SC; born Abt. 1776 in Surry Co., NC; died 17 Mar 1817 in Abbeville Dist., SC.

 

120. James Rosser, born 15 Mar 1739/40 in Albemarle Par., Surry or Sussex Co., VA; died Bet. 1798 - 12 Apr 1800 in Smithfield, Johnston Co., NC. He was the son of 240. John Rosser and 241. Elizabeth Leftwich. He married 121. Alice Worthing 1765 in VA.

121. Alice Worthing, born Abt. 1745 in Charles City Co., VA; died 06 Mar 1818 in Johnston Co., NC.

Notes for James Rosser:

Albemarle Parish Register (Surry and Sussex Co.'s, VA), christened April 15, 1750 - record for John Rosser and his wife Elizabeth indicates that the godparents of James Rosser were John Tatum, Richard Carter and Sarah Chappell. Richards, Gertrude R. B., PhD, Register of Albemarle Parish, Surry and Susex Counties [Virginia], 1739-1778," The National Society Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1958; reprinted, Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1984.

James Rosser Sr. 1739 to 1798 born in Charles City County Virginia married Alice Worthington of Charles City County. They moved to Johnston County North Carolina near Smithfield. James Rosser Sr. died in 1798 and his widow moved to Hancock County, Georgia with other members of her family. At the time of the marriage of James to Alice Worthington in 1765 Alice was given a young negro girl 12 years old as a wedding gift from herparents, her name was Violet, she moved with Alice and her son Benjamin from Hancock County Georgia to Tuscaloosa County Alabama. She died there in the spring of 1865 at 112 years old.

Shown in an LDS submission as James Glendening Rosser; that man existed, but is not this man.

In the Name of God, Amen 12th April 1800

I, James Rosser, of the State of North Carolina and the County of Johnston, now being in perfect mind and memory but in a low state of health, do make and constitute this my last will and testament in form and manner following (Viz) first of all I commit my body to the dust from which it was taken and my soul into the hand of Almighty God who gave it.

Item 1st , I give and bequeath to my two sons, Elisha and Benjamin Rosser, their heirs and assigns the tract of land and plantation whereon I now live to be equally divided between them provided that they the said Elisha and Benjamin Rosser shall at all times permit their mother Alice Rosser to freely enjoy the use and privilege of said land plantation and houses or a sufficiency thereof for her decent support during her natural life.,

Item 2nd, I give and bequeath to my two sons, Isaac and Elijah Rosser all the rest of my land to be equally divided between them their heirs and assigns at the discretion of my executors,

Item 3rd, It is my will and desire that my servant Jesse be divided (or given) to my two daughters Rebecca Whittington and Betsy Rosser at the discretion of my executors after this ensuing crop is housed,

Item 4th, give to my son Elijah on(e) horse called Buck,

Item 5th, It is my will and desire that my other servant Arthur Ruth and her increase and Edith be kept to my wife Alice Rosser during her natural life and at her death that the said servant be then equally divided between all my children at the discretion of my executors,

Item 6th, It is my will and desire that all my stock of cattle, horses, hogs and sheep will the household and kitchen furniture all the plantation working tools and all other articles be kept together by my executors until my two sons Elijah and Elisha come to age and that the same be equally divided between my wife and children after making my sons Isaac, Elijah, Elisha and Benjamin equal in every respect with my sons John and James in the above recited articles,

Item 7th, It is my will and desire that what money is due me be collected by my executors and put to use of paying my debts and the remainder bet put to the use of the family,

Item 8th, I lend unto my daughter Rebecca the land and plantation whereon she and her husband Faddy Whittington now live until my son Elijah comes of age,

Last of all I constitute and appoint my wife Alice Rosser and my two sons John and James Rosser executors to this my last will and testament.

Signed, sealed in the presence of Drury Vinson, James Rosser, John Rosser

Notes for Alice Worthing:

or Alice Worthington, which several people seriously disagree with.

One record indicates she died 28 Aug 1802 Hancock Co., GA.

Children of James Rosser and Alice Worthing are:

i. Sarah Ellis Rosser, born 1766 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; died Bef. 02 May 1831 in Jasper Co., GA; married Abraham 'Abram' Smith 17 Jan 1787 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; born 1765 in Smithfield, Johnston Co., NC; died Abt. 1815 in Jasper Co., GA.

Notes for Abraham 'Abram' Smith:

In 1969, a young man named Gordon Smith, who said he is a direct descendant of

Abraham and Sarah Rosser Smith, visited Mrs. Clyde R. Moore in Atlanta, a desc. of Isaac Rosser, and gave her this information:

Abraham Smith was born about 1766 and lived in Johnston Co., NC, during his early years. He was a direct descendant of John Smith, founder of Smithfield and his wife Elizabeth Whitfield, daughter of Matthew Whitfield. He, AS, was a soldier in the Revolution, and received 200 acres in Wash. Co., GA, in May of 1788. His brother (?) Nehemiah received the same. They moved there soon after 1790 and lived in the section of Wash. Co. that became part of Hancock Co. AS and his family moved to Jasper Co. (named Randolph Co. by 1812), where AS died in 1815, leaving a will witnessed by Nehemiah and by Isaac Rosser, his brother-in-law. Lemuel, their oldest son, and Abraham, Jr. administered both estates. .....

The above was from B. B. Commander on 3- 17-1973.

ii. John Rosser, born 1769 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; died Abt. 11 Apr 1814 in Jones Co., GA; married (1) <Unknown> Vinson 1789 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; married (2) Elizabeth Pearce 28 Jan 1804 in Johnston Co., NC; born Aft. 1770.

Notes for John Rosser:

John Rosser and (unknown) Vinson had one son and two daughters in the 1800 census.

The NC Land Grant Office shows he received several land grants in Chatham Co., NC, from 1794 through 1803.

Moved from Johnston Co., NC, between the time of his second marriage in 1804, to Elizabeth Pearce, and when he bought land in Jones Co., GA, 6-13-1808. He died there intestate between 9-28-1813 and 4-11-1814. His wife administered his estate between the latter date and 1816.

The 1811 tax digest for Jones Co., GA, shows he owned a 1 1/2 acre plot in Captain Allan Thompson's District in Clinton, GA.

Heirs: Second wife, Elizabeth (Pearce) Rosser, and dau. Sally Rosser, a minor. See Johnston Co., NC, Minute Book I, 1808-1814, p.62, Book A, Returns, Inventories, etc. pp.129-136,190. Also Book B, 1816, p.184, Court of Ordinary, Jones Co., GA.

Per professional researcher, "John Rosser was evidently a well educated man, for included in his personal property were volumes of Fletcher's works, Wesley's works, Plato's works and sundry other books."

Notes for <Unknown> Vinson:

"There is evidence that her maiden name may have been Turner." (see Hist. of Ala. and Dict. of Ala. Biog. by Thomas M. Owen, 1921.)

iii. Rebecca Rosser, born Abt. 1770 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; died Abt. 1845 in Johnston Co., NC; married Thaddeus 'Faddy' Whittington Abt. 1787 in Johnston Co., NC; born 12 Feb 1751/52; died Oct 1855.

Notes for Thaddeus 'Faddy' Whittington:

" Enlisted in Johnston Co., NC, Served as a private six weeks as a Rev. soldier in the Continental Army in Capt. Jonathan Smith's Co., NC.; served three months in Capt. John Whitley's Co., NC; March 1780 in Capt. John Giles's Co. stationed in Wilmington Co., NC; in October 1780 he served in Capt. John Whitley's Co., during which he marched to High Hills on the Santee River, thence to Georgetown and in many skirmishes with the Tories; received pension 5-1-1832; received bounty land in Polk (Polk?)Co., GA, 3-3-1855; pensioner of Pike Co., GA; drew land lottery as a Rev. soldier, living in Jasper Co., GA, 1820. Buried on the Whittington Plantation in Seagrave's Cemetery (on the plantation?), 4 miles from Griffin, GA. ..." (Source: "Roster of Rev. Soldiers in Georgia," Vol. 2, p.127, by McCall.)

iv. James Rosser, Jr., born Abt. 1772 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; died Bet. 1805 - 1806 in Henry Co., GA; married Lavinia Vinson 13 Feb 1792 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; born Abt. 1772 in Johnston Co., NC; died 28 Aug 1849 in Henry Co., GA.

Notes for Lavinia Vinson:

The 1850 census in Henry Co., GA, shows her as 70, living with son Aaron's family.

She was also living there in 1840. Aaron was a saddlemaker.

Will dated 8-28-1849 and witnessed by William Moseley, Vinson Rosser and Moses G. Rosser.She left to her son's six youngest children (by name) her house, live stock, belonging, etc. and land, to be managed by Aaron until they are all of lawful age, then to be sold and the proceeds divided among thos children The land being: " the east half of Lot #163 in the Second District of Henry County and containing101 1/4th acres." She mentions that children Moses, Sarah and Lavina (Leevinah) had previously received their part. Aaron was named executor.

v. William Isaac Rosser, born 14 Apr 1779 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; died 23 Jul 1861 in Decatur, DeKalb Co., GA; married (1) Elizabeth Vinson 13 Mar 1802 in Smithfield, Johnston Co., NC; born 28 Aug 1785 in Johnston, NC; died 23 Dec 1847 in DeKalb Co., GA; married (2) Margaret <Unknown> Bef. 1857; born 1784; died 31 Dec 1857; married (3) Sarah Childs 05 Mar 1861 in DeKalb Co., GA; born Abt. 1780; died 10 Apr 1862.

vi. Elisha Rosser, born Abt. 1780 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC.

vii. Alice Rosser, born Abt. 1783 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC.

60 viii. Elijah Rosser, born Abt. 1783 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; died Abt. 1848 in Sumter Co., AL; married Sarah Martin Abt. 1810.

ix. Elizabeth Rosser, born Bef. 1785 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; married Alexander Smith in Johnston Co., NC; born Abt. 1765.

x. Benjamin Rosser, born 03 Nov 1785 in Smithfield, Johnston, NC; died 20 Jul 1873 in Big Sandy Comm., Tuscaloosa, AL; married (1) Elizabeth West Vinson 01 Jun 1809 in Hancock Co., GA; born 18 Jul 1789 in Smithfield Johnston Co., NC; died 26 Jun 1844 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, AL; married (2) Elizabeth Norment 13 Oct 1846 in Tuscaloosa Co., AL; born Abt. 1800.

Notes for Benjamin Rosser:

The marriage record lists Benjamin Roper and Elizabeth Vincent. He was buried in the Old Center Grave Yard, Tuscaloosa, AL.

 

124. Allen Glover, born 22 Oct 1772 in Ninety-Six Dist., SC; died 16 Nov 1823 in White Hall, Abbeville, SC. He was the son of 248. William Glover and 249. Lucy <Unknown>. He married 125. Lydia Henderson 23 Mar 1792.

125. Lydia Henderson, born 30 Mar 1774 in Poss. England; died 23 Dec 1831.

Notes for Allen Glover:

One report says Lemuel Allen Glover

This family provided by Merrily Gilbert Lawson through the LDS Ancestral file.

Thanks to Drew Welch for the following: drewwelch@mindspring.com

Allen Glover Abbeville Probate Box 38, pkg 808 1823

Administered by Silas Glover, Benjamin McGaw, William Giles, Mathew Brown. Appraisal by James M?, William Giles, Archibald Kidd. Buyers were Lydia Glover, Silas Glover (only two Glovers mentioned in whole probate records)

Source: Some SC Genealogical Records (Revill 1986) p. 10

Allen Glover, dec'd Abbeville Probate Bk (no number given) p. 73 summons to Lydia Glover-widow, Jared Glover, Timothy Russel -w- Edney, Samuel Edney -w- Olive, Giles Glover, Newton Glover, Ichabod and Lemuel Glover (minors with George Pressley quardian).

One Allen Glover had a store near the intersection at White Hall (present Greenwood Co., SC). He was the first postmaster there when it was established as a post office in June 9, 1817. It is marked as "Lipscomb's Ent." on 1820 maps. (John Frederick's son, Allen was probably too young to have been this postmaster- DGW)

Thanks to: mitchrj@hotmail.com Robert Mitchell Sep 1999:

"The information I have on the descendants of Allen Glover is taken from a letter written on 24 May 1943, by Emma Alice Glover Henry. It was addressed to Augusta Main Mitchell Munsterman (my great-aunt), the daughter of John Franklin Mitchell, Mrs. Henry’s first cousin. The information in the letter was taken from the GLOVER FAMILY BIBLE, then in Mrs. Henry’s possession. I have a copy and photographs (negatives) of this letter. Mrs. Henry wrote that she was going to send the bible to the son of her Uncle Jim (William Glover?), a streetcar operator in Denver, Colorado. The location/existence of the bible, today, is unknown.

"The bible begins with Allen Glover and his wife Lydia Henderson. It gives their names, birth dates, death dates, and their marriage date. It lists their children by name, their dates of birth, death, and their marriage dates. It also gives the spouse’s name when known."

Notes for Lydia Henderson:

Family tradition said that Lydia Henderson came to the United States as a small child (age two or three) with her parents. They came from England. (another report says Glasgow, Scotland)

Lydia Henderson married 2nd George Pressley.

Another record of a Lydia Henderson in Abbeville Co., SC is on a WFT disk with a birth between 1767-1803 and a marriage to Elias John Heard of Abbeville. Daughter Mary A. Heard married Miles T. Berry. It is not known if this is a close relative (or even the same woman).

Thomas Henderson and Elizabeth are the parents of Gemima Henderson or Jemima Henderson who married Wiley Glover. Their children were Wiley and Lucy, and may be closely related. Thomas Henderson's parents were Richard Henderson and Elizabeth Branson of Virginia, and they did name a daughter Lydia, albeit in the previous generation.

Children of Allen Glover and Lydia Henderson are:

i. Edna Glover, born 22 Feb 1793 in Abbeville Co., SC; married Timothy Russell; born Bef. 1789.

62 ii. Jarrett Glover, born 16 Jan 1795 in Abbeville Co., SC; died Bet. 1863 - 1870 in Bowie Co., TX; married (1) Betsy Drinkard Bef. 1816; married (2) Madaline Lane 20 Jan 1863 in Red River Co., TX.

iii. Olleavid Olive 'Olley' Glover, born 17 May 1797 in Abbeville Co., SC; died 1866 in Floyd Co., GA; married Samuel Tucker Couey 1818 in SC; born Abt. 1795 in SC; died 22 Nov 1858 in Floyd Co., GA.

Notes for Olleavid Olive 'Olley' Glover:

an Oliver Glover married Samuel Burnett 29 Jun 1826 in Wilcox Co., AL.

Notes for Samuel Tucker Couey:

or Samuel Covey

iv. Allie Glover, born 17 Oct 1799 in Abbeville Co., SC.

v. Silas Glover, born 29 Oct 1801 in Abbeville Co., SC; died 05 Dec 1881 in Warren Co., IL; married (1) Mary Robertson 01 Jan 1823 in Kirksville, Moultrie, IL; born Bef. 1805; died 05 Apr 1833 in Preble Co., OH; married (2) Elizabeth Wiley 15 Dec 1835.

vi. Allen Glover, born 28 May 1807 in Abbeville Co., SC; died 1809.

vii. Hamutal Glover, born 05 Aug 1810 in Abbeville Co., SC.

viii. Lemuel Glover, born 23 Feb 1813 in Abbeville Co., SC; died 1898 in of Spartanburg, SC; married Cornelia Stewart; born 1826; died 1876.

ix. Wilburn Glover, born 23 Jun 1816 in Abbeville Co., SC.

 

Generation No. 8

128. William Johns, born Abt. 1673 in King William Co., VA; died Aft. 1720 in King William Co., VA. He was the son of 256. Richard Johns and 257. Jane Fox. He married 129. <Unknown> Lockey.

129. <Unknown> Lockey

Notes for William Johns:

1704- WILLIAM JOHNS appeared on the Quit Rent Roll in King William Co., VA as owning 100 acres of land.

21 FEB 1720- Henry Webber, 260 acres in St. John's Parish, King William Co. for 30 shillings, on both sides of the main Road; adjoining. his own land, William Isbell, land of WILLIAM JOHNS & Terry's line; on NE side of Long Branch; & through his plantation. p. 52.

The name of WILLIAM JOHNS' wife is unknown. It is very likely that she introduced the name LOCKEY into this branch of the JOHNS family.

NOTE from Bob Newsome: "I have attached JOHN JOHNS and JACOB JOHNS of Caroline County and WILLIAM JOHNS of Buckingham County as children of WILLIAM JOHNS of King William County. This is speculative as proof has not been found."

Note: The Johns families of Columbia Co., GA and Chambers Co., AL likely descend from this line.

Notes for <Unknown> Lockey:

Was her surname Lockey? This name is repeated among descendants.

Here are some of the "Lockeys":

From Mary Johns Trigg (b. ca 1720)

1. Lockey Trigg (1763-1825) daughter of Mary Johns Trigg

2. Lockey Trigg (1779-1840) granddaughter of Mary Johns Trigg

3. Lockey Trigg (1824-1872) great-granddaughter of Mary Johns Trigg

4. Lockey Quarles (1795-1860) great-granddaughter of Mary Johns Trigg

5. Lockey Malinda Henderson (b. 1803) granddaughter of Mary Johns Trigg

>From William Johns (b. ca. 1710)

1. Lockey Leftwich (b. 1766) great-granddaughter of William Johns

2. Lockey Leftwich (b. 1809) great-great-granddaughter of William Johns

3. Lockey Johns (b. ca. 1773) grand-daughter of William Johns

4. Sarah Lockey Martin (b. ca. 1806) great-granddaughter of William Johns

Jrn2217@aol.com Thanks to Bob Newsom.

Note: This name also may be a nickname for Charlotte.

Lockey Taylor also has been found, born in SC.

Children of William Johns and <Unknown> Lockey are:

i. John Johns, born Abt. 1700 in King William Co., VA; died Aft. 1760 in Caroline Co., VA; married <Unknown>.

Notes for John Johns:

According to Bob Newsome, "JOHN JOHNS was probably the son of William Johns of St. John's Parish, King William County, Virginia. Proof of this connections has not been discovered."

CAROLINE COUNTY, VA COURT RECORDS:

12 Oct 1732- JOHN JOHNS was one of several men ordered to clear the road from the Forest of Needwood to Normon's (Norment's) Ferry.

NOTE: Norment's Ferry crossed the Mattopony River and connected Caroline County to King William County. The ferry crossing was established about 1700 by Samuel Norment. About 1732 a bridge was built across the Mattopony at Norment's Ford.

1732- JOHN JOHNS was on a jury panel.

8 Aug 1740- Jack, a Negro boy belonging to JOHN JOHNS adjudged to be 11 years old.

Feb 1741/42- On the petition of John Sutton, it's ordered that JOHNS JOHNS, Samuel Norment and JACOB JOHNS view and value the improvements made by the petitioner on a tract of land containing 175 acres in this county for which he has lately obtained a patent.

1742- JOHN JOHNS was on several jury panels.

1742- JOHN JOHNS was a tailor who became bankrupt.

1742- Headrights purchased by Richard Taliaferro, JOHN JOHNS, John Miller, Robert Gilcrist, Archibald Richie and Thomas Wild.

12 NOV 1742 - The court proceeded to the proof of Richard Turner's will (Richard Turner the heir at law being present), which being proved by Samuel Norment and John Tounsend, two of the witnesses, is ordered to be recorded. And Elizabeth Turner having taken the oath of executrix, certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate thereof. James Turner, being appointed executor of the will, renounced toe executorship. Ordered that Samuel Norment, Titus Hurt, John Sutton and JOHN JOHNS appraise the estate of Richard Turner. (pg 134)

8 Mar 1744/45- JOHN JOHNS, Samuel Norment, Titus Hurt, and John Sutton ordered to divide the estate of Richard Turner.

10 June 1748- John JOHNS witnessed the will of Lewis Turner. Also ordered to appraise the estate of Lewis Turner along with several others, one of which was Samuel Norment.

1760- JOHN JOHNS was an executor or administrator for the estate of Thomas Richerson.

ii. Jacob Johns, born Abt. 1705 in King William Co., VA; died Aft. 1759 in Caroline Co., VA.

Notes for Jacob Johns:

According to Bob Newsome, "JACOB JOHNS was living in Caroline County, Virginia by 1732. He was probably the son of William Johns of St. John's Parish in King William County, Virginia and the brother of JOHN JOHNS of Caroline County. Proof for these connections has not been found."

CAROLINE CO., VA COURT RECORDS:

1732- JACOB JOHNS was living in Caroline Co. and was the owner of one slave.

1732- JACOB JOHNS was on several jury panels.

1746- JACOB JOHNS served on a Grand Jury.

1748- JACOB JOHNS and Ann Welsh were convicted of adultry.

1750- JACOB JOHNS was listed as a tailor.

1752- JACOB JOHNS witnessed the Last Will and Testament of John Johns.

1755- William Broaddus was listed as an apprentice tailor to JACOB JOHNS.

1759- JACOB JOHNS was listed as a debtor who took the pauper's oath.

iii. William Johns, born Abt. 1708 in VA; died Aft. 1787 in Buckingham Co., VA; married Ann <Unknown> Abt. 1729 in King William Co., VA; born Bef. 1714.

Notes for William Johns:

William was in Goochland County in the mid 1740s. As the name Lockey shows up in his descendants and in the descendants of Mary Johns Trigg (b c 1720), it is likely they are closely related, perhaps brother and sister. Mary Johns Trigg was in Caroline Co., VA. William Johns owned/ran ordinaries in Albermarle (later Buckingham) County. So did William Trigg before his move to Bedford County, VA.

Goochland Deeds and other records:

15 JAN 1744- James Knott to John Merriman for 12 pounds, 200 acres in Goochland Co. on the south side of the James River on the head of Muddy Creek and being the plantation wheron Huriah Prewett now dwells. This being the land conveyed to James Knott by John Maddox. Mary, wife of James Knott relinquished her right of dower. Witnesses: WILLIAM JOHNS and Jacob Winfree.

4 MAY 1745- Stephen Sanders of Albemarle Co. to WILLIAM JOHNS of Goochland Co. for 25 pounds, 200 acres in Goochland Co. on the south side of the James River and on Muddy Creek and adjoining Jacob Winfree and John Merryman. This being the plantation that formerly belonged to Stephen Sanders. Priscilla, wife of Stephen Sanders relinquished her right of dower. Witnesses: James Sanders, Arthelus Jarratt and Rosemon Swillvent.

NOTE: WILLIAM JOHNS' son Jesse Johns was married in Buckingham Co., VA (abt. 1766) to Sarah Sanders, daughter of Stephen and Priscilla Sanders.

1746- WILLIAM JOHNS was on the tithe list in Goochland Co.

Cumberland Deeds and other records:

26 NOV 1750- Samuel Nucholls of Louisa Co., VA to William Johns of Southam Parish, Cumberland Co. for 50 pounds, 200 acres of land in Cumberland Co. Signed by Samuel Nucholls, the day and year written above. Received Lbs 50 26 Nov 1750., Samuel Nucholls. Witnesses; John Dobie, __ Thomas, James Taylor. Deed Book 1, pg 236. (At the Nov 1750 Court for Cumberland Co. Livery acknowledged by Samuel Nucholls and ordered to be recorded. Teste Geo Nicholas Clerk.)

20 JUL 1751- WILLIAM JOHNS of Southam Parish, Cumberland Co. to Richard Murry of Caroline Co. for 160 pounds, 400 acres in Cumberland Co. Signed by William Johns. Witnesses: Thomas Merryman, Royal Richard Allen, Henry Lee Terry. Deed Book 1, pg. 381. (Received payment 20 July 1751 Richard Murry; At August 1751 Court ordered to be recorded and ANN wife of the said WILLIAM personally appeared in court and being first privily examined, released her right of dower. Teste George Nicholas, Clerk.)

28 MAY 1764- William Hudgens Jr. of Cumberland Co. to WILLIAM JOHNS of Buckingham Co. for 60 pounds, 200 acres of land in Cumberland Co. Signed and sealed the day above written, Wm. Hudgens Jr. Witnesses: None. Deed Book 3, pg. 471. (Received payment 60 pounds 28 May 1764, Wm. Hudgens. Takes Livery and seizin and delivers to WILLIAM JOHNS. Wife Elizabeth of Hudgens releases dower at Court held 28 May 1764. Wm Hudgens acknowledges receipt of sixty pounds and indenture ordered to be recorded. Swann Clerk)

8 APR 1771- WILLIAM JOHNS of Buckingham Co. to Joseph Calland of Cumberland Co. for 62 pounds, 200 acres land in Cumberland Co., it being the same land the said William Johns bought of William Hudgens. Signed and sealed by WILLIAM JOHNS on the day and year written above. Livery and seizin taken and receipt of 62 pounds acknowledged by WILLIAM JOHNS 8 April 1771. Witnesses: Geo Carrington, Jos. Hill, Tho Word, Wm Clarke. Deed Bk 4, pg. 478. (At a court held 22 April 1771, the Indenture and memorandum of receipt were proved by Geo Carrington & Jos Hill and at a court held for the county 24 June 1771 the same were further proved byThomas Word another witness and ordered to be recorded. Teste, Thompson Swann Clerk.)

1750- WILLIAM JOHNS was issued a license to keep an Ordinary at his house in Cumberland County for the ensuing year. Security given by William Trigg and Thomas Davenport, Jr.

1751- WILLIAM JOHNS was issued a license to keep an Ordinary at his house in Cumberland County for the ensuing year. Security given by William Trigg.

Abstracts of Deeds - Albemarle Co. VA (thanks to Rootsweb archives Jrn2217@aol.com Bob Newsome)

1 Mar 1752 John Bostick of Cumberland Co. to William Johns of Chesterfield, for 100 pounds, 730 acres where James Staples lives, 400 acres of it pat. to Henry Chiles 1 Feb 1738, 330 acres adjoining William Gray, Nathaniel Hoggatt and adjoins 400 acres, pat. of 2000 acres 1 Jun 1750. 730 acres adjoining Anthony Hoggatt, William Gray. Witnesses: William Gray, Joshua Doss, William Ballard, James Claiborne, Gidion Marr, Charles Lynch. Deed Book 1, pg. 487.

25 May 1752 William Womack to William Johns for 100 pounds, 400 acres both sides of Willis Creek, pat. 20 Sep 1751, adjoining Daniel Low, John Sanders, John Cock. Witnesses: Benjamin Harris, G. Marr, William Trigg Deed Book 1, pg. 491.

11 May 1758 William Johns to William Low for 100 pounds, 400 acres on both sides of Willis Creek, adjoining Daniel Low, John Sanders, John Cook. Deed Book 2, pg. 42.

1 May 1759 John Bostick, Sr. to Volentine Hatcher for 30 pounds, 200 acres, part of where Bostick lives, adjoining the head of Little Willis Branch, William Johns and John Bostick, Jr. Deed Book 2, pg. 101.

1 Jul 1759 Marvil Stone of Halifax to William Johns for 45 pounds, 400 acres where Stone formerly lived. Deed of gift from John Bostick 8 Jun 1757. Adjoining John Jennings, Appomattox River. Witnesses: Nathaniel Hoggatt, Joel Walker, Charles Galloway, Lucy Stone (wife of Marvil). Deed Book 2, pg. 155.

Buckingham County VA was form from Albemarle County in 1761. The land of William Johns fell into the newly formed Buckingham Co.

64 iv. <Unknown> Johns, born Bef. 1710.

 

160. Edward Finch, born 1673 in New Kent Co., VA; died 21 Dec 1718 in New Kent Co., VA. He was the son of 320. Thomas Finch. He married 161. Martha <Unknown>.

161. Martha <Unknown>, born Bef. 1673 in New Kent Co., VA.

Notes for Edward Finch:

The death date, from the Parish Register (St. Peter's), may be for another of his relatives.

Edward was listed in the 1704 Virginia Rent Rolls, with land in St. Peters and St. Paul Parishes.

Edward paid taxes on 300 acres of land in New Kent Co., VA in 1704.

The St. Peter's Church was built in 1701. George and Martha Washington frequently attended services there.

Children of Edward Finch and Martha <Unknown> are:

i. Mary Finch, born 01 Apr 1688 in New Kent Co., VA.

ii. Edward Finch, Jr., born Abt. 1690 in New Kent Co., VA; died Bet. 1738 - 1745 in Charles City Co., VA; married Agnes Brothers.

Notes for Edward Finch, Jr.:

Oct 4, 1769 William Tyree charges the administrators of Mary Tyree's will, her Tyree daughters and their husbands: Benjamin Goodrich and Mary his wife, and Edward Finch and Susannah his wife, to show cause why the will of Francis Tyree, Jr. should not be recorded.

Notes for Agnes Brothers:

Agnes may have had the maiden surname Brothers

iii. Martha Finch, born 1693 in New Kent Co., VA; died 24 Aug 1716 in New Kent Co., VA.

Notes for Martha Finch:

The death record cited may actually be for Edward Finch's wife, not a daughter. who might not have existed.

iv. Henry Finch, born 15 Feb 1695/96 in New Kent Co., VA; died Abt. 1754 in Charles City Co., VA; married Margaret Millington.

80 v. John Finch, born Bef. 20 Mar 1698/99 in New Kent Co., VA; married Sabra <Uncertain> Stroud Bef. 1723.

 

236. David Ellington, born 1713 in Prince George Co., VA; died Bet. 05 Nov 1773 - Mar 1783 in Nottingham Par., Amelia, VA. He was the son of 472. John Ellington. He married 237. Martha Fowlkes 1735 in Amelia Co., VA.

237. Martha Fowlkes, born Abt. 1720 in Prince George Co., VA; died 1773 in Abbeville Dist., SC. She was the daughter of 474. <Unknown> Fowlkes.

Notes for Martha Fowlkes:

Her surname is often reported as Fowlkes, occasionally as Tucker.

Martha Fowlkes, if this is her name, was likely a daughter or neice of Gabriel Fowlkes of Prince George and Nottoway Co., VA. She died before he did (by a year or two). She may not have bene mentioned in his will; though it would be surprising if there is no mention of Ellington grandchildren. This is all presumtion, as Martha is never listed as his descendant by Fowlkes researchers.

Children of David Ellington and Martha Fowlkes are:

i. Martha Ellington, born Abt. 1736 in Amelia Co., VA; died 06 May 1780 in Pittsylvania Co., VA; married Capt. Joseph Motley II 1750 in Amelia Co., VA; born 1720 in Gloucester Co., VA; died 15 Dec 1806 in Pittsylvania Co., VA.

Notes for Martha Ellington:

Murdered during the revolution - story on FTW disk 7.

Notes for Capt. Joseph Motley II:

ABSTRACTS OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA

WILLS, 1767 - 1820

Compiled by Lela C. ADAMS, Bassett, Virginia

Southern Historical Press, Inc.

c/o. the Rev. Silas Emmett LUCAS, Jr. P. O. Box 738

Easley, SC 29641-0738

Copyright 1986

By Southern Historical Press

Page 133, WILL BOOK 11

Page 299-300, 8 Nov. 1804, Pr.: 15 Dec. 1806

LWT Joseph MOTLEY being wear in body but of sound mind.

To my beloved wife Elizabeth MOTLEY one hundred pounds also land her during her natural life the land and plantation where I now live and negros: Primor, Will, Mat, Hannah. and livestock, furniture and a London Still.

The remainder of my estate to be divided into eleven parts to: my granddaugater Patsey MOTLEY (dau. of David MOTLEY), son Daniel MOTLEY, son Samuel MOTLEY, son John MOTLEY, and to Martha STEWART''s four children one part, daughter Obedience MOOREHEAD one part, to daughter Prudence STONE one part, to daughter Sally ANDERSON one part, to my daughter Amey CARTER, lend her one part during her lifetime then to her children, to my daughter Delilah TERRY one part, to my grandson Joseph MOTLEY TANNER, should he die without issue to his two brothers Joel TANNER and Asa TANNER. At the death of my wife what has been lent to her to be divided to the legaties above named in the same manner. (Signed) Joseph Mothey Wit: John R. Hall, Rhoda (X) Oliver, William Hall. Daniel Motley, William Irby (Dr.), William Hall, James M. Williams, Doctor C. Williams security for Christopher Terry.

Note: William Irby one of the Wit:

118 ii. Jeremiah Ellington, born 1737 in Amelia Co., VA; died Bef. 07 Nov 1796 in Abbeville Dist., SC; married Frances Jones 13 Sep 1757 in Prince Edward Co., VA.

iii. Lucy Ellington, born 1739 in Amelia Co., VA; died Dec 1802 in Nottoway Co., VA; married Joel Tanner Abt. 1759; born Abt. 1709 in Henrico Co., VA; died 1802 in Nottoway Co., VA.

Notes for Lucy Ellington:

Her marriage is reported as "abt 1734" in some reports, indicating she may have been born to an earlier generation.

iv. David Ellington, Jr., born 07 Sep 1741 in Amelia Co., VA; died 02 Jan 1820 in Wilkes Co., GA; married (1) Jerusha Fowlkes Abt. 1765 in VA; born 26 Jun 1747 in Amelia Co., VA; died 28 Jun 1789 in Lunenburg Co., VA; married (2) Jane Harrison 06 Jan 1790 in Prince Edward Co., VA; born Bef. 1774; died Abt. 1828 in Wilkes Co., GA.

Notes for David Ellington, Jr.:

7 Nov. 1791. Power Of Attorney from David Ellington to John Hendrick, Atty. "I, David Ellington of Lunenburg Co. (being about to remove to the Estate (sic) of Georgia"...etc...appoint my Trustee friend...etc...of said County my true and lawful attorney.

David Ellington (1742-1820) in his will written 1812, Wilkes Co. GA, says that property is "to be divided equally among all my children except JOHN HENDRICK, DANIEL DUPREE, JOHN BIGGARS, and WILLIAM ELLINGTON, who have each of them already received the am unt of four hundred dollars" and that after the others have received a like amount, they and the others are to share equally.

Notes for Jerusha Fowlkes:

There is a 1769 deed signed by David and Jerusha Ellington and a deed in 1773 signed by David Ellington. There is a Court Order in Book 1823-1827 Nottoway County, VA, which names John and Nathan Ellington, children of Jerusha Ellington formerly Fowlkes.

v. Josiah Ellington, born Abt. 1745 in Amelia Co., VA; died Abt. 1819 in Wilkes Co., GA; married Elizabeth M. Cunningham Abt. 1766; born Abt. 1750.

Notes for Elizabeth M. Cunningham:

or Elizabeth Bruce

vi. Obedience Ellington, born Bet. 1745 - 1748 in Amelia Co., VA; died 1827 in Hancock Co., GA; married Stephen Evans, Jr. 23 Nov 1764 in Amelia Co., VA; born 1743 in Henrico Co., VA; died 07 Nov 1814 in Hancock Co., GA.

Notes for Obedience Ellington:

She witnessed a deed in Prince Edward County with her father 18 April 1763.

vii. Hezekiah Ellington, born 1751 in Amelia Co., VA; died 1793 in Prince Edward Co., VA; married Ridley Ann Bruce Abt. 1776 in Amelia Co., VA; born Abt. 1748 in Amelia Co., VA; died 1838 in Prince Edward Co., VA.

viii. Enoch Ward Ellington, born 1754 in Amelia Co., VA; died Abt. 1826 in GA; married (1) Sarah Woodson 02 Mar 1779 in Pittsylvania Co., VA; married (2) Judith Woodson 29 Feb 1780 in Pittsylvania Co., VA; married (3) Nancy Blankenship 12 Feb 1816 in Greene Co., GA.

Notes for Enoch Ward Ellington:

Did two men share this name? Two Woodson spouses.

ix. Stephen Ellington, Sr., born 1757 in Amelia Co., VA; married Frances Williams 08 Feb 1800 in Warren Co., NC.

 

240. John Rosser, born 1718 in Charles City Co., VA; died Bet. 25 Feb - 23 Oct 1775 in Brunswick Co., VA. He was the son of 480. <Unknown> Rosser. He married 241. Elizabeth Leftwich Abt. 1738 in Albemarle Par., VA.

241. Elizabeth Leftwich, born Abt. 1722 in VA; died Bef. Jun 1796 in Greensville Co., VA.

Notes for John Rosser:

Thanks to Juanita Terrell Tittle for her extensive documentation of this family:

Georgia Magazine, page 34, Dec. 1964-Jan 1965 by Adelle Bartlett Harper:

In an old copy of the old "Register of Albemarle Parish of Surry and Sussex Cos.," we find the christening records of the following children of John Rosser and his wife Elizabeth:

James bn March 15, 1739 christened April 15, 1740 godparents John Tatum, Richard Carter, Sarah Chappell

David bn Sept 24, christened Nov. 22, 1741 godparents Benjamin Moss, James Heath, Bythia Chappell

Sarah bn Jan 5, christened Mar. 20, 1742/43 godparents John Peebles, Anne Wrenn, Mary Moss

Thomas bn Jan 17, 1745 christened May 25, 1746 godparents Edward Weaver, Thomas Chappell, Amelia Chappell

Elizabeth bn _____ christened ________ godparents William Rosser, Sarah Peebles, Amelia Underhill

Mary bn Mar 17, 1743/44 christened April 22, 1744 godparents Abraham Heath, Mary Chappell, Eliza Peebles

Several families list David Rosser and Sarah Pritchett as children of John Rosser (b before 1700, of Westmoreland Co., VA) and Elizabeth Leftwich. They then show James Rosser, Sr. spouse of Alice Worthing as the son of David Rosser.

Will of John Rosser, Brunswick County Will Book 4, 1761-1777, Recorded 23 Oct. 1775, Reel 21, p 471, 472, 473 Clerk's copy [not original]

The Library of Virginia, Archives. Legibility generally good with strong writing. Certain parts were illegible as indicated by the symbol

Copy in possession of Louise R. Garrett 08/07/00

In the name of God Amen. I John Rosser of the county of Brunswick and parish of Meherrin [?] calling to mind to uncertainty of live do make my last will and testament in the manner and form following. That is to say

ITEM: I give to my son David Rosser the land whereon I now live provided he the said David Rosser shall allow to his mother Elizabeth Rosser for the during her natural life lands sufficient in the plantation to work two hands and one roon. In the plantation house to him and to the said David Rosser his heirs and assigns forever.

ITEM: I send to my beloved wife Elizabeth Rosser of her natural life one Negro named Will and I __ thereafter I designate therefore I give the said Negro Will to my daughter Rebecca Tomlinson to her and assigns forever.

ITEM: I lend to my beloved wife Elizabeth Rosser for and during her natural life one Negro wench named old Janey and immediately thereafter I give her the said Janey and her increase to my daughter Elizabeth Rosser to __ heirs assigns forever.

ITEM: I lend unto my beloved wife Elizabeth Rosser for and during her natural life one thousand -- and bed and furniture two cows and calves five [?] sows and piggs [sic] one srott [sic] one spinning wheel and lands thereon --wishes and half dozen plates five hundred pounds of pork two barrels of Indian corn and immediately by thereafter to David [Post or Prest] of __ them __ and the money arising from such sale be equally divided between my four sons John, James, Thomas, and Benjamin to them and their heirs forever.

ITEM: I give to my son David Rosser two Negroes named Robin and little Janny and one bed and furniture to him and his heirs and assigns forever.

ITEM: I give to my son Benjamin Rosser one Negro boy Toby and one bed and furniture and one stone and saddle of twelve pounds value to him and heirs and assigns forever. ITEM: I give to my daughter Sarah Rosser one Negro girl Cali and one bed and furnitures to her and her heirs and assigns forever.

ITEM: I give to my daughter Mary Davis one Negro girl named Frances and ten pounds Virginia to her and her heirs

and assigns forever.

ITEM: I give to my daughter Elizabeth Rosser one bed and furniture to her and her heirs and assigns forever.

ITEM: I give to my daughter Rebecca Tomlinson four pounds Virginia money to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give to my son John Rosser the lands that he and the said John Rosser live on to him and his heirs and assigns forever.

ITEM: All the rest and that due to my estate together with two Negroes Pat and Phoebe I desire to be sold and the money arising from such sale after paying my just debts and legacies before mentioned together with the debts due me I desire may be equally divided between my four children David, Benjamin, Sarah, and Elizabeth to them and their heirs and assigns forever. I appoint John Rosser and David Rosser executors of this my last will and testament evoking and disavowing all former wills herebefore made in witness where of I have herewith set my hand and affix my seal this 25th day of February 1775.

his

John + Rosser (LS)

mark

Signed and sealed in the presence of James Wall, junior and Mary Wall

At a Court held for BrunswicK county the 23rd day of October 1775 this will was proved according to law by oaths of James wall junr and Mary Wall the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of John Rosser and David Rosser the executors therein named who made both thereto and together with James Wall junr and John Turner their Securities ordered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of two thousand pounds conditioned as the law decides. Certificate was granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form. Peter Pelham,

junr.

Notes for Elizabeth Leftwich:

Is she a sister of Augstine Leftwich? Her surname is uncertain.

Will of Elizabeth Rosser, dated August 28, 1785, in Greenville Co., VA, Will Book I, 1781-1806, Mentions: sons John and James Rosser. Executor: John Rosser.

Witnesses: George and William Rosser. Probated in Greensville Co., VA,

June Court, 1796.

Children of John Rosser and Elizabeth Leftwich are:

120 i. James Rosser, born 15 Mar 1739/40 in Albemarle Par., Surry or Sussex Co., VA; died Bet. 1798 - 12 Apr 1800 in Smithfield, Johnston Co., NC; married Alice Worthing 1765 in VA.

ii. David Rosser, born 24 Sep 1741 in Albemarle Par., Surry or Sussex Co., VA.

Notes for David Rosser:

Christened Nov. 22, 1741 Albemarle Par., VA; gdpts. Benja Moss, James Heath, Bythia Chappel

1790 December 10th. Received of Mr. David Rosser who was guardian of Elizabeth Davis orphan of William Davis decd. cash Bond to amount thirty three pounds six shillings & eight pence and a tobacco Bond for fifteen hundred & thirty one pounds Petersburg tobacco it being in full of all demands on Accont. his being guardian for the said orphan. Signed by Allen Bass and witnessed by William Andrews, Absalem Harris and Samuel Andrews. Brunswick County Court October 22nd 1792. This receipt was acknowledged by Allen Bass party thereto to be his act & deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 332.

iii. Sarah Rosser, born 05 Jan 1742/43 in Albemarle Par., Surry or Sussex Co., VA.

Notes for Sarah Rosser:

Christened March 20, 1742/3, Albemarle Par., VA; gdpts. John Peebles, Anne Wren, Mary Moss.

iv. Mary Rosser, born 17 Mar 1743/44 in Albemarle Par., Surry or Sussex Co., VA.

Notes for Mary Rosser:

Christened April 22, 1744; gdpts. Abraham Heath, Mary Chappel, Eliza Peebles.

v. Thomas Rosser, born 17 Jan 1745/46 in Albemarle Par., Surry or Sussex Co., VA.

Notes for Thomas Rosser:

Christened May 25, 1746; gdpts. Edward Weaver, Thos Chappell, Amelia Chappell.

vi. Elizabeth Rosser, born Abt. 1747 in Albemarle Par., Surry or Sussex Co., VA.

Notes for Elizabeth Rosser:

Christened (date uncertain) : gdpts. Wm Rosser, Sarah Peebles, Amelia Underhill.

vii. John Rosser, born 1749.

viii. Benjamin Rosser, born 1751.

ix. Rebecca Rosser, married <Unknown> Tomlinson.

 

248. William Glover, born Abt. 1742 in Northampton Co., NC; died Bet. 11 Mar - 30 Apr 1801 in Edgefield Co., SC. He was the son of 496. Benjamin Glover and 497. Elizabeth <Unknown>. He married 249. Lucy <Unknown>.

249. Lucy <Unknown>, died Bet. 1806 - 1810.

Notes for William Glover:

In the name of God, Amen. I, William Glover of the State of South Carolina, County of Edgefield, planter, being very sick and weak of body and of perfect mind and memory Thanks be given unto God. Calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowledge that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say Principally & first of all I give and recommend my Soul into the hand of almighty God that gave it and my body I recomment to the earth to be buried in decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall received the same again by the mighty power of God & as touching my worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life. I give and deivse and dispose of in the following manner and form -- first I constitute and ordain Ezekiel and Allen Glover my sons to be Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. First I give and bequeath to my wife all the property all the property I received with her when I was married with her. Second I leave her one cow one sow and pigs or shoats two hogs of her pick out of the stock. One ewe & lamb 1 new bed I leave her as long as she stays with Zachariah, the bed to go to Wiley, Ezekiel's oldest boy at her leaving Zachariah. One small pot and skillet. One frying pan five pewter plates one pewter dish two Basons of her own choice half a dozen spoons 1/2 dozen knives and forks one chest or black walnut table one cupboard and furniture two spinning wheels one side saddle as long as she lives and then to Return to my daughter Elizabeth wheels, saddle and chest, at hear death to my daughter Elizabeth all the grain that is in store half crop of belong to my wife.

I leave my mare and her increase all my outside wearing clothing and all the living property that I leave to my wife to my son Zachariah and he to pay my daughter Elizabeth twenty shillings per year for two years.

Item son Darling my shotgun and two plows.

Item Lucy Glover I leave one bed and furniture called her Grannie's Bead, daughter of Ezekiel. All the property that has not been mentioned be sold and Equally divided at my death between Ezekiel, Allen and Richard all the household property I leave with my wife at the leaving Zachariah all except one bed one cow and heifer Elizabeth claim and I do hereby utterly Disallow Revoke and Disannul all & every other testament, wills, Legacies, Bequest, & Executors by me in any wise before named will & bequeathed. Ratifying and confirming this & no other to set my hand and seal this 11th March 1801.

William Glover

Wit: Jas. Harrison, Jas. MacMillan, Sucky Harrison

Proved the 30 April on oath of Jas. MacMillan, Ezekl and Allen Glover, executors.

Children of William Glover and Lucy <Unknown> are:

i. Ezekiel Glover, born Bet. 1765 - 1770 in Prob. NC; died Abt. 1830 in Wilcox Co., AL.

ii. Capt. Darling Glover, born Abt. 1768; died Bet. 1830 - 1840 in Wilcox Co., AL.

Notes for Capt. Darling Glover:

Served as a Capt. under Gen. Sumter and was killed foraging for cattle.

In 1790 in Burke Co., GA; in 1796 of Edgefield Dist., SC; in 1805 in Montgomery Co., GA ;

in Wilcox Co., AL by 1820.

iii. Zachariah Glover, born Bet. 1770 - 1771 in Ninety-Six Dist., SC; died 04 Dec 1835 in Fountain Co., IN; married Elizabeth Henderson; born Abt. 1778 in Prob. SC; died 1847.

Notes for Zachariah Glover:

Whether Zachariah was a son of William, or just closely related, is the subject of debate but not evidence.

One Glover genealogy indicates that he was born in Scotland and moved to Charleston, SC just before the Revolutionary War. It is thought to have been a mistake.

Zachariah Glover obtained a land grant in District 96 (Edgefield) of 100 actes near the Savannah River on 31 Oct 1795. His wife and her parents are said to have come from Glasgow, Scotland.

Zachariah was appointed a captian of the 7th Indiana Regiment on December 16, 1811. He entered land in 1811 or 1813 in Section 20, Township 14, in Fayett Co., IN.

Notes for Elizabeth Henderson:

Is she related to Albert Henderson? Her son bought land from him in Indiana.

124 iv. Allen Glover, born 22 Oct 1772 in Ninety-Six Dist., SC; died 16 Nov 1823 in White Hall, Abbeville, SC; married Lydia Henderson 23 Mar 1792.

v. Richard Glover, born Abt. 1775; died Abt. 1815; married Susannah <Unknown> Abt. 1795.

Notes for Richard Glover:

Two sons and five daughters, 1810 census of Abbeville, SC.

vi. Elizabeth Glover, born Abt. 1780.

 

Generation No. 9

256. Richard Johns, born Bet. 1640 - 1645 in England or Wales; died Bet. 12 Jan - 20 Mar 1702/03 in King William Co., VA. He was the son of 512. Richard Johns. He married 257. Jane Fox.

257. Jane Fox, born Bet. 1650 - 1654. She was the daughter of 514. Capt. John Fox, Jr. and 515. Margaret Thomas.

Notes for Richard Johns:

See Va. Mag. of Hist. & Biog., Vol 25, p. 179.

In the Name of God Amen, I, Richard Johns, of King Wm. County being very sick and weake in body but of Perfect Sence and Strength of memory thanks be to God Allrnighty Doe Constitute this. my Last will and Testament as followeth; first I committ my Soul into the hands of Allmighty God who gave it unto me trusting through the merits and intercession of my blessed Saviour Jesus Christ to have free pardon and forgiveness for all my Sins, my body I commit to the Earth to be Decently buryed at the Deferentions of my Exrs hereafter named and as for the worldly Estate It hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon mee I give bequeath as followeth, It. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Jane Johns the Plantation I now live on and all the Land thereunto belonging as far as beaver dam run durein her naturall life and..after her Decease to my Sonn Rich'd Johns and the heirs of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever but if Said Sonn Rich'd Dye without issue as aforesd then the sd Land to fall .to my Sonn Arthur Johns and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten for Ever in Case of failure of issue of both my sd Sons as aforesd then my desire is that the Land fall to my Sonn John Johns and his heires for ever. It. It is my Desire that my Sonn Rich'd have Liberty to Live on the Plantation with his mother dureing the time of her Life and in Case of their disagreeing then my desire is my sd sonn have Liberty to Seate and live on any part of my Land above named.

It. I Give unto my Sonn Wm. Johns one hundred acres of Land being the Plantation hee now lives on to him and his heires forever. It. I Give unto my Sonn Thomas Johns one hundred acres of Land out my Land adjoining to the Land my Sonn William lives on to him and his heires for Ever.

It. I Give unto my Sonn Robert Johns all the remaining part cf my Land in these parts after the above two hundred acres is Laid out to him and his heires for Ever. It. I Give unto my Sonn Arthur Johns the remaining part of the devident of Land I now live on known by the name cf the Island neck to him and the heires of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever but in Case of failure of Such issue then to my Sonn Rich'd Johns and the heires of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever and in Case of failure of issue as above of both my two Sonns then my desire is that it fall to my Sonn John Johns and his heires for ever.

It. I give to my Sonn Rich'd Johns a Negroe man called Will at the Expiration of three yeares after my decease and Dureing that three years the Said Negroe is to live with my wife and what Ever his labour Shall produce Dureing the time I Desire and appoint it for my Sonn John Johns toward the buying of a piece of Land to him and his heirs for Ever. It. I Give to my Daughter Eliz'a now the wife of James Adams twenty shillings Ster'l. It. I give to my Daughter Mary now the wife of John Randle twenty Shillings Ster'l. It. I give to my Daughter Jane now the wife of Josias Randle Six hundred pounds of Sweet sented Tobacco and Cask Convenient. It. I give to my Daughter Anne Johns two cows and calves and one Thousand pounds of Sweetsented Tob'o and Cask Convenient to be paid at the age of Eighteen yeares or the day of marryage which Shall first happen.

It. I give to my daughter Martha Johns two Cows & Calves and one Thousand pounds of Sweetsented Tob'o and Cask Convenient to be paid her at the age Eighteen yeares or the day of Marriage which Shall first happen. It. All ye rest and residue of my personall Estate both goods and Chattells that I have not All ready given away I give and bequeaath to my Loveing wife Jane Johns whom I Constitute and ordain my full and sole Ex'r of this my Last Will and Testament Consisting of this and two other sides of halfe a Sheet of paper. In witness whereof I have hereunto Sett my hand & Seale this 12th day of January Anno 1703.

V 1 p 106 The mark of Rid'd Johns R.J. Seal

Witnesses Henry Fox,Wm. Thomas, John Fox

At a Court held for King Wm. County ye 20th day of March Anno Dom 1703 This will was proved by the Oaths of Henry Fox, Jno Fox, Gent., witnesses thereto and order for probate thereof Granted Jane Johns Ex'r thereunto named.

Children of Richard Johns and Jane Fox are:

i. Richard Johns, born Abt. 1665.

ii. Arthur Johns, born Abt. 1667.

iii. John Johns, born Abt. 1671.

Notes for John Johns:

The father of William Johns b 1710 and Mary Johns b 1720 is a mystery - presumably a John Johns due to the naming of descendants, and possibly married a Miss Lockey.

128 iv. William Johns, born Abt. 1673 in King William Co., VA; died Aft. 1720 in King William Co., VA; married <Unknown> Lockey.

v. Thomas Johns, born Abt. 1675 in King William Co., VA; died 1769 in Charlotte Co., VA; married Catherine <Unknown>.

Notes for Thomas Johns:

It is possible that a generation is missing between Thomas Johns and his presumed children, or that he married twice and likely had another set of kids.

vi. Elizabeth Johns, born Abt. 1677 in King William Co., VA; married John Adams Abt. 1698 in King William Co., VA; born Abt. 1673; died Abt. 1752 in Fairfax Co., VA.

Notes for John Adams:

or James A. Adams

vii. Mary Johns, born 07 Mar 1677/78 in King William Co., VA; died in King William Co., VA; married John Randle; born Abt. 1678 in England.

viii. Jane Johns, born Abt. 1681 in King William Co., VA; married Josias Randle; died Bef. 20 Mar 1702/03 in King William Co., VA.

ix. Robert Johns, born Abt. 1681 in King William Co., VA.

x. Martha Johns, born Abt. 1683 in King William Co., VA.

xi. Anne Johns, born Aft. 1683 in King William Co., VA.

 

320. Thomas Finch, born Bef. 1654.

Notes for Thomas Finch:

A Francis Finch came to Virginia 8 Apr 1663, brought by Thomas Hanckes, and a Thomas Finch came to Virginia 19 Jun 1663, brought by George Morris [Nugent, "Cavaliers and Pioneers"]. Those who brought them were compensated by land grants. The land grants may have then been sold to the immigrants. Thomas probably was the son of Francis, and the grandson of Francis Fynch, a cloth maker of London, although there is no definite proof of this. A Francis Fynch, cloth maker of London and (widower of Joyce Fynch), made a will 2 Mar 1673/4 shortly before his death, which mentioned a son, Francis Finch now in Virginia, with no mention of Thomas [Finch Families of Dixie]. Thomas and Francis Finch paid taxes on 300 acres of land in New Kent County, Virginia, in 1664.

Memo: 8 generations

Child of Thomas Finch is:

160 i. Edward Finch, born 1673 in New Kent Co., VA; died 21 Dec 1718 in New Kent Co., VA; married Martha <Unknown>.

 

472. John Ellington, born Abt. 1680 in VA.

Notes for John Ellington:

On reports says he was born April 13, 1680 in Mitford, Northumberland, England, the son of Edward Ellington and Barbary Tailor.

Memo: 5 generations

Children of John Ellington are:

i. <Unknown> Ellington

ii. William Ellington, born Abt. 1704.

iii. Daniel Ellington, born Abt. 1706 in Amelia County, VA; married Sally <Unknown>; born 1710 in Rockingham Co, NC.

iv. Peter Ellington, born Abt. 1708; married Mahala Clark; born Abt. 1712.

v. Mary Ellington, born Abt. 1710 in Amelia County, VA; married <Unknown> Farley; born Abt. 1706.

vi. Ann Ellington, born Abt. 1712 in Amelia County, VA; married <Unknown> Marshall; born Abt. 1708.

vii. John Ellington, Jr., born 1712 in Prince George Co., VA; died 1783 in Amelia Co., VA; married Sarah Sabina Worsham 1738 in Amelia Co., VA.

Notes for John Ellington, Jr.:

John Ellington and his presumed father may be the same person, identified incorrectly in this file.

236 viii. David Ellington, born 1713 in Prince George Co., VA; died Bet. 05 Nov 1773 - Mar 1783 in Nottingham Par., Amelia, VA; married (1) Martha Fowlkes 1735 in Amelia Co., VA; married (2) Martha Tucker Aft. 1773.

ix. Rebecca Ellington, born Abt. 1714 in Amelia County, VA.

x. Elizabeth Ellington, born Abt. 1716 in Amelia County, VA; married <Unknown> Roberts; born Abt. 1712.

xi. <Unknown> Ellington, born Abt. 1718; married <Unknown> Williams; born Abt. 1714.

 

474. <Unknown> Fowlkes, born Abt. 1700. He was the son of 948. <Unknown> Fowlkes.

Notes for <Unknown> Fowlkes:

If this is not Gabriel Fowlkes, it is most likely his brother, name unknown.

Child of <Unknown> Fowlkes is:

237 i. Martha Fowlkes, born Abt. 1720 in Prince George Co., VA; died 1773 in Abbeville Dist., SC; married David Ellington 1735 in Amelia Co., VA.

 

480. <Unknown> Rosser

Notes for <Unknown> Rosser:

Identified as John Rosser b c 1678 in Isle of Wight Co., VA and died 1723 in Southwark Par., Surry, VA by Marlene http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/p/a/v/Marlene-Pavelka/ July 2000.

A Richard Rosser was said to have been born c 1685 in VA, died 5 Mar 1736 in King George Co., VA. I don't know if he was closely related to this family.

The David Rosser and John Rosser shown as children of this unknown Rosser are not known to be brothers. They are shown here just to present both families side-by-side.

The following paragraph of information found in Geneological folder in Atlanta Archives. Thanks to Elaine at http://www.lakemartin.net/~ehend/wga40.html 1998

The Rosser Family by Mrs. Julian Lane 1932 Name written on back of the book: Robert B. Arnold 64 17th ST NE Atlanta, Ga 30309 4040-892-0160

James Rosser or Rosier born 1575 in Norfolkshire England, an English explorer was the first of our family in America. He accompanied Waymouth on his voyage to Maine which he describes in his book "True Relations".

John Rosser was this James' son. Thomas Rosser who sailed for the new world March 6, 1633 on the ship "Margaret" seems to be the brother of John Rosser. Francis Rosser of York County, Virginia 1683 was Thomas' son, and John Rosser of Surry County, Virginia in 1723 was his grandson.

Possible lineage: James Rosser >> Thomas Rosser >> Francis Rosser >> John Rosser >> John Rosser >> James Rosser Sr >> James Rosser Jr

John Rosser of Surry County Virginia in 1723 birth date unknown had sons Thomas, David, John, and Jonathon. David Rosser born about 1710 married Sarah Pritchett had children James, David, Joseph, Isham, Kirchem [Kinchen], and Benjamin.

James Rosser married Alice Worthington (or Alice Worthing) in 1765. They moved from Prince George County Virginia to Johnston County, North Carolina about 1795. James was a Revolutionary Soldier. Alice died March 6, 1818. Their children: John, James, Elijah 1773, Isaac, Elisha and Benjamin 1785.

James Jr. and Lavinia Rosser's children: Aaron 1793 N. C., Moses1795 N. C. and Isaac, and several unnamed daughters. Aaron married Elizabeth Griffith, their children are Daniel, Aaron, Malinda, Sarah, Moses, Martha M, Mary A., John A., Isaac, Charlotte, and Wm. Moses, married Elizabeth Spence born in Maryland April 27, 1793. Their children: Moses, Franklin, George S., James Aaron, Sarah, Matilda, Margaret, Elizabeth, Telitha, Martha, and Lucy. Moses died in 1849.

James Jr.'s family moved to Hancock County Georgia prior to 1820.

1820 Census shows Levinia Rosser, indicating that he died either in North Carolina or shortly after coming to Georgia.

David Rosser and Vinsons and Levinia and her family all went to Hancock Co., Georgia together.

Memo: 6 generations

Children of <Unknown> Rosser are:

i. David Rosser, born Bef. 1720; died in VA; married Sarah Pritchett Bef. 1739 in Charles City Co., VA; born Bef. 1725 in VA.

Notes for David Rosser:

One source says the father of James Rosser Sr. who married Alice Worthing was John Rosser, b 1718 Charles City Co., VA, d 1775 Brunswick Co., AL, who married Elizabeth Leftwich, b c 1722, m 1738 Albemarle Par., VA, d c 1775.

This John Rosser's father was another John Rosser, b bef 1654 Lancaster Co., VA who married Elizabeth (unknown).

Rossers + Descendants, Virginia to California by Clyde Rosser Moore and Mattie Lou Rosser Payne:

8-30-1961 Mrs Elmo Moore Mrs. J A Payne 1952 Browns Mill Rd SE 908 Sullivan Road Atlanta, Ga College Park GA

"Three Rosser brothers came from Wales to Virginia, Thomas, John and David"

240 ii. John Rosser, born 1718 in Charles City Co., VA; died Bet. 25 Feb - 23 Oct 1775 in Brunswick Co., VA; married Elizabeth Leftwich Abt. 1738 in Albemarle Par., VA.

 

496. Benjamin Glover, born Abt. 1714; died May 1764 in Northampton Co., NC. He was the son of 992. William Glover and 993. Mary Norwood. He married 497. Elizabeth <Unknown> Bef. 1740.

497. Elizabeth <Unknown>, born Bef. 1725.

Notes for Benjamin Glover:

The names of Olive Glover, Jarrett Glover, Allen Glover, and Willie Glover or Wiley Glover occur in different branches of the family which must descend from this man. The names of Allen and Wylie also occur in the Cato family, and these families likely inter-married.

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/w/e/l/Drew-G-Welch

Benjamin was the only one of the brothers to die in Northampton Co., NC.

Listed in 1760 as being in Northampton with Nathaniel Norwood and William Glover in the land records. He owned Beaverpond Plantation, 100 acres which was the homeplace at Granville Co., NC.

Northampton Co. NC Will Book One, p. 93 will #60

Signed 23 Dec. 1763, proved May Court 1764

-to wife Elizabeth..... and at her death estate to sold and money divided among children (not named). Extr: wife Elizabeth and Frederick Glover

The only proven sons are Frederick and Benjamin, Jr. [and William] by their grandmother Mary Norwood Glover's will. Frederick's and Benjamin's lines ended up in AL.

Proven issue: 1. Frederick Glover (ca. 1740-1797) Migrated to Abbeville Co. SC. Revolutionary War soldier in SC Militia

2. Benjamin Glover, Jr. (ca. 1745-1798)

3. William Glover (ca. 1742-1801) Migrated to Abbeville Co. or Edgefield Co. SC [Mary Norwood Glover's will also mentions William, son of her son Benjamin, to whom she bequeathed pewter & chest.]

 

Possible issue:

4. Allen Glover (ca. 1747 - 1789) Lived in Northampton Co. NC

5. Nathaniel Glover ( - 1809)

6. John Glover (ca, 1752 - 1790) Lived in Northampton Co. NC

Notes for Elizabeth <Unknown>:

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/c/c/Margaret-A-Mccleskey/index.html

includes a Jarrett family where Frederick is a common name. Could this be Elizabeth Jarrett?

Could this be Elizabeth Cato and was her mother a Jarrett? Elizabeth Allen? A son and grandson are named Allen. Wiley is also a Cato name.

Children of Benjamin Glover and Elizabeth <Unknown> are:

248 i. William Glover, born Abt. 1742 in Northampton Co., NC; died Bet. 11 Mar - 30 Apr 1801 in Edgefield Co., SC; married Lucy <Unknown>.

ii. Frederick Glover, born Abt. 1747; died 1797; married Sarah Cato; born Bef. 1751.

Notes for Frederick Glover:

The names of Frederick and Jarrett are found in the Jarrett family of Surry Co., VA which also moved to SC at about the same time as the Glover family. Could the mother of Frederick Glover be Elizabeth Jarrett?

iii. Benjamin Glover, Jr., born Abt. 1748; died Abt. 1798.

iv. Allen Glover, born Abt. 1750; died Abt. 1790.

v. John Glover, born Abt. 1752; died Abt. 1790.

 

Generation No. 10

512. Richard Johns, born Bef. 1612. He was the son of 1024. William Johns.

Notes for Richard Johns:

Richard and first came to Northampton Co., Virginia in the 1633-34 voyage of the "Mayflower" whos master and owner was Peter Andrewes an associate of Samuel Vassall & Co of London. (not to be confused with the "Mayflower" of Pilgrim fame, which ship was sold for scrap in 1624, according to the

Mayflower Society.)

His brother may have been Roger Johns, and that Roger may be Richard Johns' father.

Child of Richard Johns is:

256 i. Richard Johns, born Bet. 1640 - 1645 in England or Wales; died Bet. 12 Jan - 20 Mar 1702/03 in King William Co., VA; married Jane Fox.

 

514. Capt. John Fox, Jr., born Abt. 1626 in England; died Abt. 1683 in Gloucester Co., VA. He was the son of 1028. John Fox and 1029. Elizabeth Convers. He married 515. Margaret Thomas 02 Apr 1661 in London, Middlesex, England.

515. Margaret Thomas, born Abt. 1628 in England.

Notes for Capt. John Fox, Jr.:

He was associated with "other members of his family in merchant-trader operations" and was the Captain John Fox who was commander of the "William and John" which sailed early in April, 1659 from England to Virginia. Early in June, 1659, the "William and John" sailed from Virginia back to England with Captain John Fox in command. The restoration of the Stuarts (Charles II) to the throne of England was celebrated in Virginia on proclamation of the governor on October 20, 1660. The "John and William" was then in port in Virginia and its commander, Captain John Fox, participated in the occasion. "The York County Levy, October, 1660, included a sum to pay Captain Fox for 6 cases of drams for firing 'his great gunnes.'"

John Fox, Jr. "wa the Captain John Fox, Mariner, who on 2 April 1661 married Margaret Thomas in St. Dunstan's Church, Stephney Parish, County Middlesex, England. This evidently was his second marriage."

John Fox, Jr., together with Thomas Lester and Gilbert Thornbrough, were given grants of land in Virginia on September 20, 1661, by King Charles II. He evidently gave up his activities as a sea captain soon after his second marriage and devoted time to business activities in London or its vicinity. The last known record of him in London shows that on October 20, 1663, he was granted administration of the estates of his brother, Stephen Fox.

John Fox, Jr., sailed from Bristol, England, probably in 1664, for Virginia. He doubtless settled on the tract of 1,000 acres granted him by Charles II on September 20, 1661. This land was divided in 1750 between the Reverend John Fox and William Fox and was then described as being situated in Petworth Parish of Gloucester County, Va.

In 1663 he is mentioned as owning land adjoining George Major, Richard Lee, John Chamberlin and John Lewis in Gloucester and New Kent Counties, VA. His son was granted the land which "as son and heir of John Fox", was his right as eldest son.On 16 Aug 1667 Mr. John Lewis was assigned land on borth sides of Poropotank Swamp adjoining said Lewis plantaion by Old Womans Point & adjoining Richard Major, Tomoty Lowdell, George Major, John Fox, Richard Lee, John Chamberlain, to the mill.

Between July 25, 1681, and February 28, 1682/3, John Fox, Jr. brought '200 acres of land lying partly in New Kent County and partly in Gloucester County, Va.' This land was confirmed by grant to John Fox, Jr. on February 28, 1682/3. After the death of John Fox, Jr. it was re-granted on April 16, 1662/3 to Henry Fox 1st.

Eight Generations of the Family of Henry Fox (1768-1852) and His Wife Sarah Harrell Fox (1772-1848) of South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi by William D. McClain, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Volume I.

 

"Capt. John Fox of London, England and New Kent Co., VA"

There are some researchers indicating that another John Fox b 1615, son of Thomas Fox b c 1590 was the father of Jane Fox who married Richard Johns, and that the John Fox who married Margaret Thomas was of another line of descent, and is the ancestor of the other children shown here.

Presumed birthdates of the children indicate that (at a minimum) Margaret Thomas may not be the mother of these children.

Notes for Margaret Thomas:

Her surname not proven.

Children of John Fox and Margaret Thomas are:

i. Henry Fox, born Abt. 1650 in England; died 1714 in VA; married Anne West Abt. 1673 in Poss. York Co., VA; born Bef. 1659 in of York Co., VA.

Notes for Henry Fox:

On 16 April 1682/3, Henry Fox, 'Son and heire of Mr. John Fox, dec'd,' obtained a grant for 300 acres of land lying partly in New Kent County and partly in Gloucester County .... It properly might be assumed that Henry Fox lived in Gloucester County until a short while before 1695 and then moved to Pamunnkey Neck (Saint John's Parish) in King and Queen (now King William) County ..."

Henry Fox 1st acquired land in Pamunkey Neck before June 6, 1699, and on that date he was granted 330 acres of marsh land in King and Queen County, Pamunkey Neck, adjoining land previously acquired. On April 24, 1700, he was granted 1,982 acres of land in three separate tracts in Pamunkey Neck. He acquired other property and on October 31, 1712, he was granted a patent for 1,000 acres of land in King William County devised by the will of John West (see below)

Henry Fox 1st was active in the political, civic, and religious life of King and Queen County (King William County in 1702). He was a juror in a court held in James City on October 24, 1691. He served as vestryman of Saint John's Parish during the period of 1695-1706. He served as a justice of the peace in King and Queen County during the period of 1698-102 and was appointed on March 12, 1701/2 as justice of the peace in King William County. He was commissioned as the first sheriff of King William County on February 17, 1702, but apparently did not serve. He was again commissioned as sheriff in October, 1705. He was a member from King William County of the House of Burgesses during the period of 1710-1714. His successor, who had been elected because of his death, was reported to the House of Burgesses on November 27, 1714.

On 4 Mar 1703 Henry Fox, Gentlemen, deeded land in King William Co., VA to Chilliion White.

On 20 Mar 1703 Henry Fox and John Fox were securities for Jane Johns (widow of Richard Johns) who executed her husband's will in 1703.

By his will he bequeathed to his brother Nathaniel West and his nephews John and Thomas Fox his presumed part of the disputed 4000 acres of land patented by Colonel John West in 1654. On 31 October 1712 Henry Fox petitioned the Council and General Court of Virignia "in behalf of John and Thomas Fox his sons and of Nathaniel West Devisees of John West deceased." The said petition set forth the following:

"--- the said John West (Colonel John West) did by deed of Gift and by his Will and Testament give and grand unto John West deceased Thomas and Nathaniel West his sons and the sd Henry Fox a certain tract or Divident of land containing by estimation Four thousand acres lying in King & Queen now King WIlliam County, which said land the said John West and the petitioners as claiming under him have peaceably enjoyed ever since the year 1654, about which time the petitioners are informed the same was granted by patent to the said first named John West, but the petitioners not finding any patent for the same upon record humbly pray that they may be admitted to enter Rights for their several portions of the said Land and that patents may be granted to them respectively for the same, for the more certain confirmation of their Titles."

In response to the petition of 31 October 1712, on that date leave to survey the land was given and requested patents were granted. (Executive Journals, Colonial Council of Va., Vol. III, pages 326 and 327; Cocke - Some Fox Trails in Old Virginia, page 12.)

257 ii. Jane Fox, born Bet. 1650 - 1654; married Richard Johns.

iii. John Fox, born Abt. 1652; died Aft. 1687 in Poss. MD; married Margaret Lightfoot.

Notes for John Fox:

'John Fox evidently married a sister of Thomas Lytfoot / Lightfoot of Baltimore County, Md. whose will (dated 23 Mar. 1686/7; probated 17 June 1687) was witnessed by John Fox. - (Md. Cal. of Wills, Vol. , page 19.) John's wife was probably the Margaret Fox (evidently a widow) whose name appears on the Quit Rent Roll of King and Queen County, Va., for 1704 as the owner of 100 acres of land. It appears that she, her sister Frances, and her brother Thomas came from England to Virginia with relatives, - John and Philip Lightfoot; and that after her marriage (ca 1675) to John Fox he and Thomas Lightfoot moved to Maryland prior to 23 March 1686/7. John Fox perhaps died in Maryland, after which his widow and some of their children moved to Virginia.'

Descendants shown are based on the opinion of the author, William D. McCain, "Eight Generations of the Family of Henry Fox (1768-1852) and His Wife, Sarah Harrell Fox (1772-1848) of South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi"

iv. Anne Fox, born Abt. 1665; married Chilion White Abt. 1685 in London, England; born Abt. 1650; died in of Gloucester Co., VA.

Notes for Chilion White:

Or Chillion White or Chillon White. By deed dated 4 March 1703 he bought land from his brother-in-law Henry Fox 1st. (Va. Mag. of Histo. & Biog., Vol. 25, p. 175; Ibid., Vol. 31, p. 344; register Book of Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County.)

 

948. <Unknown> Fowlkes

Children of <Unknown> Fowlkes are:

i. Gabriel Fowlkes, born 1698 in Denbigh, Wales; died Bef. 04 Apr 1775 in Caroline Co., VA.

Notes for Gabriel Fowlkes:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~lorithor/myfamilies/fowlkes.html (April 2002)

474 ii. <Unknown> Fowlkes, born Abt. 1700.

 

992. William Glover, born Abt. 1678 in VA; died Aug 1754 in Northampton Co., NC. He was the son of 1984. <Unknown> Glover. He married 993. Mary Norwood Abt. 1705 in Surry Co., VA.

993. Mary Norwood, born Abt. 1685 in Surry Co., VA; died Aft. 30 Dec 1763 in Northampton Co., NC. She was the daughter of 1986. William Norwood and 1987. Lydia Jordan.

Notes for William Glover:

William Glover is often reported to be part of the family which includes William Glover and Mary Burton; the dates and locations don't work, and there is no known documented connection.

Additional information from:

http://members.aol.com/diannegl33/GloverPages/Glover29.html#Roger

Will of William Glover Will V. XI Northampton, NC.

Will of Mary Norwood Glover Will WB I 86 Northampton, NC

*Much of the information about William and Mary Norwood Glover and family was taken from a book by Sara E. Mason, "Glovers of Marengo County Alabama".

William Glover was probably born in Va. though there is no proof of his parentage. No immigration record has been identified for him. The first record finds him in Southwark Parish, Surrey Co., VA in 1698. This merely means he was a free (not indentured) white male, 16 years or older. He does not seem to have owned land at that time and was either working for another planter or renting land. His name appears as a tithable from 1700 to 1703.

His wife, Mary Norwood, was "of Lunenburg Co., VA."

Mary Norwood Glover was the daughter of William and Lydia (Jordan?) Norwood. William Norwood arrived in VA about 1649, probably by way of Bermuda as no emigration record has been found. The Norwoods had been "Kings Men" during the Civil War in England and were well connected in

Virginia.

By Sept., 1722, William Glover had acquired 640 acres "lying in the Chowan Precinct on the N. side of Morattock River...on the side of Beaver Pond...", and later acquired 450 acres in Granville or Edgecombe Co.s, NC. Although it appears that William and Mary Norwood Glover seemed to raise their family in Granville Co., NC, their descendants seemed to relocate to other parts of the state, and later descendants migrated to 96 Dist., SC which, by the mid-1800s was heavily populated with Glover families.

William Glover left a will dated July 30, 1754, recorded in Aug. Ct. N'hampton 1754 in which he names seven children. From the date of his marriage I presume all of these children were born in Surry Co., VA. Mary Glover made her home with her son Benjamin who bought the Beaverpond plantation in 1758. She made her will dated Dec. 30, 1763, rec. Feb. Ct. in Northampton Co. (Northampton Wills I, 86).

Thanks to http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/w/e/l/Drew-G-Welch

"William appears to be connected to a John Glover, a tithable in Southwark Parish, Va in 1699 ( possibly a brother). According to Sara Mason, author of Glovers of Marengo County Alabama, John was listed with a group of men working on a Norwood plantation in Surry Co., VA. This John Glover married Mary Persons and died in Surry Co. in 1754. He had one son, George Glover who made his home in Edgecombe Co., NC. John migrated to NC, then went back to VA and died. His only son George m. Faithful (? Persons) and stayed in NC. This George has one son, Persons Glover.

"William Glover's parentage has not ascertained. Repetition of family names and links in land records, etc. suggests some relationships. He may have been brother to Fernando Glover, George Glover (who died intestate in Surry Co. Va in 1728), and the above mentioned, John Glover. A George Glover appears with John as a witness to several wills in Surry Co. There are a few mentions of Fernando Glover in VA records. He must have died there early on."

The compiler is also related to the Persons family mentioned above.

Notes for Mary Norwood:

Her will was dated 30 Dec 1763 and was signed in Bertie Co., NC.

Children of William Glover and Mary Norwood are:

i. John Glover, born Abt. 1707 in Surry Co., VA; died 1770; married Mary Hardy.

ii. Sarah Glover, born Abt. 1709; married <Unknown> Parish.

iii. William Glover, born Abt. 1711 in Surry Co., VA; died Abt. 1782 in Camden Dist., SC; married (1) Catherine <Unknown>; married (2) Ann Lowery.

Notes for William Glover:

The following info is from Drew Welch at: http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/w/e/l/Drew-G-Welch

Lived Granville Co. NC, migrated to Mecklenburg/Tryon NC, then migrated to York Co., Camden District, SC. He was a Sgt. in Granville Militia 1754-64, served under brother John Glover and Col. William Eaton. Listed in Granville land records in Nov. 1760. Sometime before 1770 his sons moved south into Ninety Six District, SC.

A reference to him is: NC Crown Grants #1134 p. 355 25 April 1767 340 acres in Mecklenburgh on East Branch of Turkey Creek including forks of creek below William Glover, Jr.

Will signed 24 April 1782 Camden District, SC- probated in Abbeville Co. SC- Box 107, pkg 2846 -give to wife Chatrine all my estate real and personal, but wife not to dispose of any part during her life and at her death give to my son Drewry my negro Mack and to my son Jesse give my negro Ned and to daughter Elisabeth wife to Phillip Sandifer, I give my negro Patt and Patt's lst child. -give to daughter Mary my negro girl Hariat and order that her and offspring never be sold or bargain away from my daughter Mary -also give to my wife to dispose of as she may think proper my two negro children, Rachel and Hana. Give to my son Jesse ten shillings and to my son William ten shillings. I also give to my son Lowery's son John, ten shillings -give to my son Isham's son Frederick ten shillings -order that my negro wench Diana be equally divided between my two sons Drewry and John Drewry and John executors. Witnessed Randal Griffin, Edward Lacey [Note: the two Negro children may have been "his" by parenting or by being owner].

Edgefield Deed Book 9, p. 16-18

20 June 1793 Chatearine Glover, widow of Edgefield Dist, but moving, gives all household goods to Mary Clark (daughter) of Edgefield, to grandson Asa Clark a 2 year old hefer, the old cow and calf to grandaughter Mary Clark, 3 year old cow & calf to grandson Jesse Glover -a horse to son Lowry, and to grandson Thomas Clark witnessed: Patrick Sullivan, Daniel Sullivan

(Need proof of William's first wife and need to know which children belonged to her and which to Catherine.- DGW)

Proven issue: 1. Lowery Glover

2. John Glover

3. Jesse Glover

4. Elizabeth Glover m. Phillip Sandifer

5. Mary Glover

6. William Glover

7. Drewy Glover

8. Isham Glover

496 iv. Benjamin Glover, born Abt. 1714; died May 1764 in Northampton Co., NC; married Elizabeth <Unknown> Bef. 1740.

v. George Glover, born Abt. 1715; died 05 Jul 1766 in Chester Co., SC; married Susannah Mitchell Abt. 1740; born Bef. 1725.

Notes for George Glover:

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/w/e/l/Drew-G-Welch

George Glover was probably born 1717 in Surry Co. VA. He died in 1766 at St. Marks Parish, Craven /Fishing Creek, Camden Dist., SC. Left no will and died intestate, probate records naming one son (Robert). Mentioned in death annoucement as being " late of Aiken and Craven Co., SC". [Craven Co. is now Chester Co.] This is the only tie found to Aiken Co., SC. His estate record says oldest son and heir, implying there were other sons. Wife Susannah Mitchell was sister to brother Joseph's wife, Phebe Mitchell. They were daughters of Robert Mitchell of Luenburg VA.

George Glover was a Lt. in the Granville Militia 1754-64. Granville Co., NC land records mention George Glover on Anderson's Swamp in 1757.

Source: SC Deed Abstracts 1719-1772

- Book S-3 p. 42-46 30,31 May 1770 Robert Glover & Susannah (her mark) Glover to Robert Gill, all of St. Marks Parish, SC 200 c. in St. Marks Parish, Craven Co. bounding on all sides on vacant land: granted 25 Sept 1766 to George Glover who died intestate, full power of administration being granted Susannah Glover, on 2 Dec 1766: Robert Glover eldest son of George becoming heir to said tract. Witnesses: Ralph Baker, George Gill, John Glover 26 July 1770 recorded 5 Jan 1771 (This John Glover could possibly be another son or nephew.)

- Book S-3 pp 46-51 8,9 June 1770 James (his mark) McCluer, planter of St Marks Parish, Craven Co. & Mary (her mark) his wife to Robert Gill, planter for 150 c on S fork of Fishing Creek where the Saluda road crosses it, in St. Marks Parish, bounding SE on Stephen Terry, NW on James Gill, other sides on vacant land, which 150c. where granted on 10 July 1766 to Susannah Glover, late wife of Stephen Terry, now deceased, the land now belonging to James McCluer (See Book NN< p. 500.) 26 July 1770.

Notes for Susannah Mitchell:

Did this Susannah Mitchell marry both George Glover and William Glocker?

vi. Lydia Glover, born Abt. 1718; married Samuel Harris Abt. 1740; born Abt. 1718 in NC.

vii. Joseph Glover, born Abt. 1720; died Bet. 06 Aug 1783 - 29 Oct 1784 in Granville Co., NC; married Phoebe Mitchell Abt. 1750; born Bef. 1735.

Notes for Joseph Glover:

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/w/e/l/Drew-G-Welch

"Born ca. 1720. Died Oct. 29, 1784 Granville NC leaving will naming children. Eldest son, Joab, inherited the home plantation in Granville, NC and is not mentioned in Joseph' will. Children: Joab, William, John, Jacob, Phebe, Priscilla, Daniel, Robert, David, Elizabeth, Mary.

"Joseph moved with his brothers, John, William, and George to Granville Co. NC by the mid 1740's, living in the Island Creek District. He is listed on Granville Co. NC tax list in 1755 and 1769. Mentioned in Granville Co. NC land records living near Isaac and John Mitchell in 1761 on Great Island Creek. He remained in NC while his brothers moved south. All of his sons, except Daniel, migrated to SC in the years 1785-90. 1754-1756 He was a Pvt. in the Granville Militia under his brother. 15 April 1754: Joseph Glover, a grant of 100 acres in Granville Co. from Francis Corbin, agent for Lord Granville. (NC Deed Book C, p. 119). 1756 Joseph Glover and John Glover mentioned in NC land records as being adjacent land holders. 25 Jan 1758: Joseph Glover, a grant of 710 acres in Granville, adjoining Josiah Mitchell, Nathaniel Doughty, John Glover and his own land. 1760 Joseph Glover and Nathaniel Norwood listed as adjacent land holders in Granville Co. NC. In 1778, Joseph Glover took the Oath of Loyalty for persons in the Island Creek District as call for in the Act of the Assembly of Nov. 15, 1777. Listed with him were Neal Glover, John Glover & William Glover (probably his sons)."

North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal

1976, page 128. Migrations from Virginia to North Carolina (as shown in

deeds)

8 July 1741. William Glover of Bertie, N.C. to Thomas Bedingfield. (Surry

Co. Deeds, Wills, etc. #9, p348)

Abstracts of the Wills and Estate Records of Granville County, North

Carolina 1746-1804, Zae Hargett Gwynn.

469- Oct. 29, 1784- proved Feb. Court 1786- Will of JOSEPH GLOVER - to son WILLIAM, 200 acres whereon he now lives, a negro, and that which he has in possession; to son JOHN, 200 pds. money, a negro, and all he already has in his possession; to son JACOB, 200 acres whereon he lives, a negro, and all he already has in his possession; to daughter PHEBA NORWOOD, a negro and 75 pds. money; to daughter ELIZABETH BARNETT, a negro, and 75 pds. money; to daughter MARY PARROTT, a negro for her lifetime and then to her children; to daughter PRISCILLA WILLIAMS, 5 shillings; to grandson RANSOME GLOVER, a negro, horse, saddle and bridle, value of 20 pds.; to my wife PHEBA, all else for her life, then divided to sons DANIEL, ROBERT, and DAVID GLOVER. Exrs: my sons WILLIAM, JOHN, and DAVID GLOVER. Wts: BENJAMIN NORWOOD, WILLIAM BYARS.

viii. <Unknown> Glover

Notes for <Unknown> Glover:

John Glover of Crawford Co., GA, born in NC, is surely a grandson or great-grandson of this family, but which path he descends is not yet known.

 

Generation No. 11

1024. William Johns, born Bef. 1592.

Notes for William Johns:

William Johns was of the tobacco merchant firm Motley and Johns abt 1620-40.

Child of William Johns is:

512 i. Richard Johns, born Bef. 1612.

 

1028. John Fox, born Abt. 1602 in England; died Abt. 1665 in of Wapping Wall, Stepney Parish, Middlesex, England. He was the son of 2056. Henry Fox and 2057. Elizabeth Pickernell. He married 1029. Elizabeth Convers Abt. 1625.

1029. Elizabeth Convers She was the daughter of 2058. <Unknown> Convers.

Notes for John Fox:

John Fox, Sr. was born in England about 1602. He and John Pickernell, probably a close relative, were engaged in the trading business with his father, Henry Fox, and they continued that business after his father's death in 1625. His wife evidently was Elizabeth Convers, sister of John Convers.

There are numerous references to John Fox, Sr. in English records. On March 7, 1639, he witnessed the will of Alexander Comber (alias Conver), of London, who made bequests of twenty shillings each to his cousins, Isabell Fox and John Fox, Jr. He was commander of the "Whitehorse and Currycombe" who complied with the order of August 8, 1650, that "merchants trading to Virginia" go in companies to secure their ships against enemies of the Commonwealth. He was named in the will dated November 2, 1653, of John Convers as Captain John Fox, commander of the "Thomas and Anne." John Convers made bequests to Captain John Fox and to Mrs. Elizabeth Fox. He was recorded during 1665-1656 as the commander of the "Thomas and Anne." He sent to Virginia an order dated April 1, 1669, by his son, John Fox, Jr., concerning his business affairs there. He was designated then as living in Stephney Parish, County Middlesex, England. His will was probated in 1665 and he was then recorded as John Fox of Wapping Wall, Stephney Parish, County Middlesex, England.

Eight Generations of the Family of Henry Fox (1768-1852) and His Wife Sarah Harrell Fox (1772-1848) of South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi by William D. McClain, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Volume I.

Thomas Fox (poss. b c 1590-d 1625) was a member of the Virginia Co. of London in 1609. Is that his brother?

Notes for Elizabeth Convers:

Her husband witnessed the will of Alexander Comber (alias Conver), citizen and wood-monger of London, who gave bequests of 20 shillings to each of his cousins Isabell Fox and John Fox (Jr.). C.A. Converse - Converse Family, page 882.

Children of John Fox and Elizabeth Convers are:

514 i. Capt. John Fox, Jr., born Abt. 1626 in England; died Abt. 1683 in Gloucester Co., VA; married (1) <Unknown> Abt. 1646 in England; married (2) Margaret Thomas 02 Apr 1661 in London, Middlesex, England.

ii. Isabell Fox, born Abt. 1628; died Child.

iii. Stephen Fox, born Abt. 1630; died Bef. 20 Oct 1663 in Aboard the "Fortune".

Notes for Stephen Fox:

His will was probated in London. He was apparently unmarried and died at sea.

A letter from him to his sister:

"Stephen Fox Att Sea. Latitude 24 Degrees. 7br ye 9th 1662. Aboard ye Restauracion. Lovinge Brother. These certifie you we sett sayle from New England the 5th August, encountered two storms, lost our mastes, thrown overboard fish and mickrell and pipestaves & 3 horses drowned, one of which was betwixt your selfe and my brother Thomas soe that you have lost all, as well as my Brother Thomas and myselfe and Peter. I know not whether I have saved any thing or noe till I come to some Port and I hope you paid the £3.3s. I charged to you from Deale. I have sent 50 or 60 or 70 cwt of Tobacco in one Captain Thomas Carter's hands at Nancemund in Jeames River. I had a servant run away in Virginia, that makes mee not knowe what Quantitie of Tobacco is in Captain Carter's hands. Lett my Brother Peter, my sister Mary, and my Brother William have it. Captain Jno. Whitty, who uses Virginia, knowes the man, and will bring it home, which will be £70 or £80 apiece, and £70 or £80 amongst you all for mourninge. I am in hast the shipp being under saile. Your loveing Brother Stephen Fox."

Administration 20 October 1663, to Brother John Fox. (See Wm. & Mary Col. Qtrly., Vol. XX, pp. 262-266)

iv. Thomas Fox, born Abt. 1632.

v. Peter Fox, born Abt. 1634 in Middlesex, England; died in New Kent Co., VA.

vi. Mary Fox, born Abt. 1636.

vii. William Fox, born Abt. 1638 in Middlesex, England; died in New Kent Co., VA.

 

1984. <Unknown> Glover

Notes for <Unknown> Glover:

That William Glover and John Glover are brothers is not proven, but seems a reasonable conclusion.

Memo: 5 generations

Children of <Unknown> Glover are:

992 i. William Glover, born Abt. 1678 in VA; died Aug 1754 in Northampton Co., NC; married Mary Norwood Abt. 1705 in Surry Co., VA.

ii. John Glover, born 1688 in VA; married Mary Person Aft. 1744; born Abt. 1709 in Albemarle Par., Isle of Wight, VA.

Notes for Mary Person:

Different published reports indicate that Mary Person married either William Mangum or John Glover. Did she marry them both? The writer's spouse is a Glover descendant of a closely related line.

She was called "Sister Mary Glover" in the 1750's by her brother Samuel, indicating that marriage was second.

 

1986. William Norwood, born Bet. 1615 - 1621 in Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England; died Abt. 06 Jan 1702/03 in Southwark Par., Surry Co., VA. He was the son of 3972. Richard Norwood and 3973. Elizabeth Stuart. He married 1987. Lydia Jordan Bef. 1656.

1987. Lydia Jordan, born Bef. 1640. She was the daughter of 3974. Arthur Jordan and 3975. <Unknown> Rawlings.

Notes for William Norwood:

WFT 11-3006 and

Patricia Hillhouse and Kenneth Motes

http://home.stlnet.com/~motesd/index.htm

provided the info on the Norwood family.

Genealogy of the Norwood, Hogg, Lovick, Benners and Howell, Garrett, Harrison Lines compiled by Alves Norwood Apperson 1944 includes this information as well.

Thanks to: Gayle Erickson

WILLIAM NORWOOD first appears in the Virginia records in October 6, 1649, when THOMAS GYOR deeded him land in Isle of Wight County. WILLIAM was involved in a lawsuit with CARBERRY KEGAN of Isle of Wight in 1653 and 1654, which is mentioned several times in the Court records. WILLIAM finally sold the land in dispute to KEGAN on December 9, 1656. On January 23, 1654, WILLIAM was deeded land in Surry County by JOHN BLACKBONE, and he continued to live there the rest of his life. In his will, dated June 6, 1702, and probated March 7, 1703, WILLIAM left one shilling to son, EDWARD; his house and 100 acres, horse, hoggs, etc. to son, GEORGE; a neck of land called the "Barren Track" with 80 acres to be separated from his other land along with horses and Negroes to son, RICHARD; a large pewter dish to daughter, ELIZABETH BRANCH; a flat handled silver spoon and large pewter dish to daughter, LYDIA SOWERBY; one Negro and a small silver cup to daughter, SARAH; a silver spoon to granddaughter, ELIZABETH BRANCH; a silver spoon, Negro, and a horse to daughter, MARY; with the remainder of his estate to his wife.

http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/e/r/i/Gayle---Erickson/GENE11-0020.html

Notes for Lydia Jordan:

There is no proof that Lydia is a sister of Arthur Jordan and Col. George Jordan. She is too old to have been the daughter of nephew George Jordan, who gifted property to Lydia's husband, William Norwood.

There is a chance that she is not a Jordan at all.

In George Jordan's will in Surry Co., VA he mentions his God-children George and Lydia, leaving them some money to buy a spoon apiece. George Jordan was Chief Justice of Virginia from Surry County.

Children of William Norwood and Lydia Jordan are:

i. Lydia Norwood, born Bet. 1667 - 1670 in Surry Co., VA; died Aft. 1726 in VA; married John Sowerby Abt. 1691 in Surry Co., VA.

ii. William Norwood, Jr., born Abt. 1672 in Surry Co., VA; died Bef. 1702 in Surry Co., VA.

iii. George Norwood, born Bet. 1671 - 1676 in Surry Co., VA; died 02 Apr 1749 in Northampton Co., NC; married Mary <Unknown> Abt. 1700 in VA.

iv. Elizabeth Norwood, born Bet. 1680 - 1682 in Surry Co., VA; died Abt. 1750 in VA; married Francis Branch Bef. 1702 in Southwark Par., Surry, VA; born Abt. 1660 in Southampton Co., VA.

993 v. Mary Norwood, born Abt. 1685 in Surry Co., VA; died Aft. 30 Dec 1763 in Northampton Co., NC; married William Glover Abt. 1705 in Surry Co., VA.

vi. Sarah Norwood, born Abt. 1670 in Surry Co., VA; died Bef. 18 Mar 1732/33; married Richard Lewis Abt. 1683 in VA; born Bef. 1658 in VA; died 1719 in Chowan Precinct, NC.

Notes for Richard Lewis:

Another indication that Richard Lewis that married Sarah Norwood was the son of Richard Lewis and Sarah.

Thanks to Gayle Erickson:

In 1687, RICHARD LEWIS (and his brother) were granted 400 acres in Chuchatuck Parish, Lancaster County, Virginia by Governor WILLIAM BERKELEY. Sometime before 1700, RICHARD moved his family to Chowan County, North Carolina for in October of that year he bought 216 acres on the west side of Old

Indian Pound Crick with all houses and fences for L20 from JOHN JONES, Jr. RICHARD LEWIS' names appears on several land transactions sometimes as a witness, sometimes in his own deals, several times between 1701 and 1708. In March 1712 he was granted 460 acres along Mirey Branch, but then sold 166 of these acres to FRANCIS BRANCH of L20 in July. In 1715, RICHARD was ordered to lay out a new landing on Rockahock Creek and a new road. The next year, he sold 150 acres to HENRY LYSLES and witnessed several land transactions with his mark "R/L". All these land deals could mean that RICHARD was in the real estate business. In 1719 his will was proved in court.

vii. Richard Norwood, born Abt. 1679 in Surry Co., VA; died 1731 in Isle of Wight Co., VA; married Elizabeth Sargent Abt. 1698 in Surry Co., VA.

 

Generation No. 12

2056. Henry Fox, born Abt. 1578; died 1625 in of Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England. He was the son of 4112. William Fox and 4113. Anne Lane. He married 2057. Elizabeth Pickernell Abt. 1601.

2057. Elizabeth Pickernell

Notes for Henry Fox:

"Third Sonne". It is believed that he became a merchant of London trading with the Virginia Colony.

"At a Court held Oct. 14, 1625, being p'sent Sr. Francis Wyatt, Knight, Governor, etc., Capt. Francis West, Capt. Roger Smith, Capt. Ralph Hamer, Capt. Samuel Mathews, Mr. William Clayborne. It is ordered yt the p'vost Marshall shall receave all such debts and tobacco as shall be dew Elizabeth ffox, widow, and to take the charge of sendinge of the same to her unto England and receave bill of ladinge for ye same, and to pay such debts as ffox did owe in this country."

Child of Henry Fox and Elizabeth Pickernell is:

1028 i. John Fox, born Abt. 1602 in England; died Abt. 1665 in of Wapping Wall, Stepney Parish, Middlesex, England; married Elizabeth Convers Abt. 1625.

 

2058. <Unknown> Convers

Children of <Unknown> Convers are:

1029 i. Elizabeth Convers, married John Fox Abt. 1625.

ii. John Convers

 

3972. Richard Norwood, born Abt. 1573 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England; died 10 Jan 1629/30 in Down Hatherly, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of 7944. William Norwood and 7945. Elizabeth Lygon. He married 3973. Elizabeth Stuart Abt. 1607 in England.

3973. Elizabeth Stuart, born 1590 in Hartley, Mauduit, Hampshire, England; died Aft. 11 May 1649 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England. She was the daughter of 7946. Nicholas Stuart.

Notes for Elizabeth Stuart:

or Elizabeth Stewart or Elizabeth Studart or Elizabeth Stuard

Children of Richard Norwood and Elizabeth Stuart are:

i. Eleanor Norwood, born Bet. 1606 - 1621 in Leckhampton Ct., Gloucester, England; died Abt. 07 May 1625 in Leckhampton Ct., Gloucester, England.

ii. Dorothy Norwood, born Bef. 06 Apr 1607 in Leckhampton Ct., Gloucester, England.

iii. Roger Norwood, born Bef. 02 Nov 1609 in Leckhampton Ct., Gloucester, England; died 10 Nov 1609 in Leckhampton Ct., Gloucester, England.

iv. Francis Norwood, born Abt. 1611 in Leckhampton Ct., Gloucester, England; died Abt. 1680 in Gloucestershire, England; married Judith Gates 31 Jan 1631/32 in Gloucestershire, England; born Bef. 1616 in England.

v. John Norwood, born Abt. 1612 in Cheltenham, England; died 1672 in Anne Arundel Co., MD; married Sarah Shrubsoll Abt. 1627 in Ashford County, England.

Notes for Sarah Shrubsoll:

or Sarah Lawrence

1986 vi. William Norwood, born Bet. 1615 - 1621 in Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England; died Abt. 06 Jan 1702/03 in Southwark Par., Surry Co., VA; married (1) <Unknown> Bef. 1651; married (2) Lydia Jordan Bef. 1656.

vii. Edward Norwood, born Abt. 1616.

viii. Richard Norwood, born 1616 in Leckhampton Ct., Gloucester, England; died 13 May 1644 in Cambridge, Norfolk, MA.

ix. Catherine Norwood, born Aft. 1616.

Notes for Catherine Norwood:

Catherine is not listed as a child of this couple in one record.

x. Augustine Norwood, born 1618 in Leckhampton Ct., Gloucester, England; died Aft. 1654 in England.

xi. Thomas Norwood, born 1618 in Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England; died 1645 in Tauton, Somorset, England.

Notes for Thomas Norwood:

The Thomas Norwood, son of Richard Norwood and Elizabeth Stuart, is not definitely the same Thomas Norwood, father of Francis Norwood that married Elizabeth Caldom.

 

3974. Arthur Jordan, born 1595 in Gatwick, Surry, England; died in Surry Co., VA. He was the son of 7948. William Jordan and 7949. Catherine Hussey. He married 3975. <Unknown> Rawlings Abt. 1619 in England.

3975. <Unknown> Rawlings

Children of Arthur Jordan and <Unknown> Rawlings are:

i. Col. George (Col.) Jordan, born Abt. 1620 in Surry, England; died Aft. 08 May 1678 in Four Mile Tree, Surry, VA; married (1) Alice Myles Abt. 1650 in Surry Co., VA; born Abt. 1620 in Branton, Herefordshire, England; died 07 Jan 1649/50 in VA; married (2) Elizabeth <Widow> Coates Bef. 1655.

Notes for Col. George (Col.) Jordan:

George Jordan came to James Cittie, Virginia around 1620 as a headright of capt. Henry Browne, Esq., and was Council of State before 1637. He received an acreage and built a plantation known as "Four Mile Tree", so named because it was on the south side of the James River, and upon it there grew a tree which was marked in 1619, by Gov. Argall as "the western extremity on the river of the Corporation of James Cittie."

A member of the Virginia Assembly from October 1, 1644 until October 5, 1646.

In 1670, Attorney General of Virginia.

http://members.aol.com/patander73/jordesc.html

His date and place of birth is unknown. He is known to have grandchildren at Gisburne, near

Skipton in Craven, in Yorkshire, England suggesting he may have come from that area.

Immigration: His will in 1678 says he has lived in Virginia 43 years. It would therefore appear that he

immigrated in 1635. He probably came with his father Arthur Jordan in 1635 but was under-age

and therefore not entitled to a headright in 1635.

The headrights of Captain Henry Browne, Esquire in his patent of 14 July 1637 for 2250 acres in James City County, on the southside of the James River, list George Jordan.

George Jordan, Capt.

03/31/1655 Surry County Book I page 61

Capt. Geo. Jordan petitions to the Grand Assembly in regards to reports concerning his marriage with Eliza. Coates...and declares that it may be just lawful. Edw. Hill speaker. Cha. Norwaood Clk. of Assembly, Rec. 04/20/1655.

George Jordan, Capt.

03/26/1655 Surry County Book I page 62

At a Quarter Court held in James Cittye the 26th of March 1655. Present Rich Bennett, Esq., Gov.; Col. Wm. Claiborne; Col. Thomas Pettus; Col. Bridg: Freemans, Esq.; Mr. Edward Diggs; Col. Wm. Tayler. Capt. Geo. Jordan produced certain papers to prove his case - that sd Eliza. Coates was formerly married to Daniel Coates...that sd Daniel Coates deceased on 13 April last in Ireland, wherefore it is now lawful for Eliza; to marry who she pleased... The Court did conceive that the last is so and that the marriage to Geo. Jordan is judged both by Civil and Common law of England and so certified. Rec. 04/20/1655.

Notes for Alice Myles:

Alice Mills is in the list of Capt. Henry Browns headrights of 1637.

ii. Fortune Jordan, born Abt. 1623 in Surry, England; died 1669 in Surry Co., VA; married (1) Col. John Flood Abt. 1645 in Surry Co., VA; born 1595 in England; died 1658 in Surry Co., VA; married (2) James Mills Aft. 1660.

Notes for Fortune Jordan:

Her father may be Arthur Flood, b England, d Surry Co., VA

iii. Arthur Jordan, born Abt. 1629 in Surry, England; died Bef. 03 Jan 1697/98 in Southwarke Par., Surry, VA; married Elizabeth Bevin 12 Apr 1654 in Surry Co., VA; born Abt. 1630 in Surry Co., VA.

Notes for Arthur Jordan:

Arthur Jordan owned a lot of land in Surry Co., VA. A deed to one of these tracts of land may be seen in Deed Book 7, page 373, Surry Co., VA. A deed was patented ofor 250 acres of land on the southeast side of Stony Run, dated 20 April 1684.

Chapter VIII "Another Thomas Jordan and his Kith and Kin"; These Jordans Were Here by Octavia Jordan Perry.

Lands in 1652 Adjacent John Blackbourne

Arthur Jordan and William Norwood

04/09/1663 Surry County

Surry County Book 1 Page 214

that "Arthur Jordan's Spring, Swamp Run, is the dividing line; Arthur Jordan's land on southside by right from Richard Bevin and William Norwood's in right of John Blackborne.

Surry County, Virginia

Will Book 5, page 160

Will dated 09/24/1698

probated 01/03/1698/9

In the name of God Amen the twenty fourth day of Sept in the Year of Ye Lord God 1698 I Arthur Jordan of Southwark parish in Surry County being very sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and memory thatnks be given to God I do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say First and ?stly I give my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it me and my body I commend to the earth to be decently buried in Christian buriall at the discretion of my Executor, nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall recieve the same again by the mighty power of God; as ?[ing] my wordly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me I give devise bequeath and dispose the same in manner and form following:

Item I give and bequeath unto my son George Jordan all the land that I now posses and also a Negroe boy that now lives with him by name George and a good feather bed with a rugg and an blankett.

Item I give and bequeath unto my son River Jordan one good feather bed with a rugg and a blankett, a negroe boy that now lives with him by name William and one Mallatto by by name John and a negroe girl by name Sarah.

Item I give and bequeath unto my son and daughter Washington one good feather bed a rugg and a pair of blanketts and a pair of sheets one bay mare called [Jatho?] one Negroe girl that already lives with them be name Soabra, and a negro boy that lives with them likewise by name Sam.

Item I give unto my gradndaughter Elizabeth Jordan one red pyd cow named Deggs.

Item I give and bequeath unto my grandson Arthur Washington one black pyd cao named Spott.

Item I give and bequeath all my other estate being in Virginia or elsewhere unto my two sonnes George and River Jordan to be equally divided between them share and share alike.

I do also will and warmly desire that my Negroe woman Charity be and immediately after my decease quietly posses and enjoy her freedom and whereas there being ye such act of Assembly that has obligated all negroes injoying their freedom to be transported out of the Country before they ran her freed, I do therefore command and oblige you George and River Jordan as Ye are aforementioned that you at your own proper costs and charges to send her out of the country and to bring her in again and suffer her [?]arrably to enjoy her freedom as aforesaid. Nath Harrison

Tho: Flood Arthur [A] Jordan

Walter Flood

On the backside was written

And of this my last will and testament I make my son River Jordan my full and whole executor and I do hereby utterly disallow revoke and annull all and other former testaments which bargained bequeath and entered by me and on my wise before this front named will & bequeath ratifying and confirming this and none other to be my last will and testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day and year above written

Arthur [A] Jordan

Signed sealed published pronounced and disbared by the said Arthur Jordan as his last will and testament in the presence of

Nath: Harrison

Walter Flood

Tho: Flood

At a Court held at Southwark for the County of Surry 3rd Jan Ye 1699The within and above specifyed will proven in Court by the oaths of the witnesses.

iv. Mary Jordan, born Abt. 1626 in Surry, England; died 1698 in Surry Co., VA; married (1) Christopher Foster, Sr. Abt. 1648; born Abt. 1620; died 1718 in Surry Co., VA; married (2) Arthur Bailey Bef. 1655; born Bef. 1626.

Notes for Mary Jordan:

Her father may have been Arthur Jordan who d Surry Co., VA

v. Col. William Jordan, born Abt. 1630; died in of Gesburne, Craven, Yorkshire, England; married Ann <Unknown>.

1987 vi. Lydia Jordan, born Bef. 1640; married William Norwood Bef. 1656.

 

Generation No. 13

4112. William Fox, born Abt. 1545 in of Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England. He was the son of 8224. Henry Fox and 8225. <Unknown> Hawes. He married 4113. Anne Lane Abt. 1568.

4113. Anne Lane, born in of Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England. She was the daughter of 8226. Henry Lane.

Children of William Fox and Anne Lane are:

i. Elizabeth Fox, born Abt. 1569.

ii. Giles Fox, born Abt. 1570.

Notes for Giles Fox:

"Son and heire"

iii. Susan Fox, born Abt. 1572; married <Unknown> Rowse; born Bef. 1572; died in of London, England.

iv. John Fox, born Abt. 1573 in Great Missenden, Middlesex, England; married Margaret Wetherhed; born in of Cole Aston, Co. Bucks, England.

v. Anne Fox, born Abt. 1575; married <Unknown> Harwood; born in of London, England.

vi. Sarah Fox, born Abt. 1576; married John Randall Abt. 1594; born in of London, England.

2056 vii. Henry Fox, born Abt. 1578; died 1625 in of Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England; married Elizabeth Pickernell Abt. 1601.

 

7944. William Norwood, born 23 Sep 1548 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England; died 23 Sep 1632 in Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of 15888. Henry Norwood and 15889. Catherine Throckmorton. He married 7945. Elizabeth Lygon 10 Apr 1569 in Cheltenham, England.

7945. Elizabeth Lygon, born Abt. 1550. She was the daughter of 15890. William Lygon and 15891. Elinor Dennis.

Notes for William Norwood:

WFT 11-3006 and Patricia Hillhouse and Kenneth Motes provided much info on the Norwood family.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/4805/william.htm includes is portrait.

Notes for Elizabeth Lygon:

or Elizabeth Ligon

Children of William Norwood and Elizabeth Lygon are:

i. Eleanor Norwood, born Bet. 1565 - 1575 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England; died 16 Feb 1609/10; married (1) Sir George Blount Abt. 1594; born Bet. 1550 - 1560 in Sodington, Worcester; died 20 Jan 1609/10 in of Sodington, Worcester; married (2) John Culpeper Bef. 1610; born Abt. 1565 in England; died Abt. 1635 in Astwood, Worcester, England.

Notes for Eleanor Norwood:

or Elinor Norwood (did she die Feb 1623/4? as shown in Culpeper Connections)

widow of Sir George Blount of Sodington, co. Worc., s.p.

Because she had several Blount children, including the heir to Sodington, she was buried among the Blounts in Mamble church (See the MI. in Nash, Worcestershire, ii, 161); the available evidence for her Culpeper m. being the entry of her burial in the Mamble register. Her significance on this record is that she brought the Culpepers a new link with Virginia, for she was the aunt of Henry Norwood, the cavalier, whose romantic Voyage to Virginia in 1649 is a classic of adventure (Force's Tracts, vol. iii, No. 10), and who was, after the Restoration, the Treasurer of the colony. See Rudder, Gloucestershire, p. 521 ; Fosbrook, Abstracts of Smiths Lives of the Berkeleys, p. 181; Nash, Worcestershire, ii, 163; and Henry Norwood's will, 1689, P.C.C. Ent, 143.

Notes for John Culpeper:

Thanks to: Culpepper Connections Copyright 1998. Lewis Wyman Griffin, Jr. All Rights Reserved.

http://gen.culpepper.com/

John Culpeper (John11 of Wigsell), 1565-1635, of Feckenham, second surviving son of his generation, makes his first appearance on the existing record as 'my brother John Colepipir's son, my godson,' in the 1581 will of his maternal uncle, John Sidley of Southfleet (P.C.C. Darcy, 31; Waters' Gleanings, ii, 969). In October, 1587, or soon after the death of his brother William, when, according to the later testimony of his tombstone, he would be 17 years of age, he was entered at the Middle Temple under the description 'late of New Inn, gent... second son of John Colepeper of Wigsell, Sussex, esq.' (Hopwood, i, 293). Unlike his eldest brother, whose record so far runs parallel, he had entered upon a professional career. Duly called to the bar, by 1595 he was having his youthful kinsmen 'bound' with him, and in 1599 is listed as a Bencher. Frequenting the household of his uncle Francis at Greenway Court, he there met and married his first wife, and after Francis' death established her at Greenway Court (then the property of his younger brother Alexander), as appears from the baptism of one of his children in Harrietsham; but later he occupied a house in Salehurst, as appears from his elder brother's inq. p.m. already cited.

That his law practice was profitable, despite his reputation, recorded on his MI., for composing more litigation that he fomented, appears from his ability to subscribe to the Virginia Company under the charter of 1609; and a year later, under the third charter, to make one of the largest individual subscriptions (£37, 10s. 6d.) to the 'supply' which saved the colony at Jamestown from death by inanition (Brown, Genesis, 218, 407, 546).

Having been designated, by the will of his uncle Martin, the contingent remainderman of Astwood in Feckenham, he removed his family to Astwood after the inheritance had become certain by the death without issue of his cousin Sir Stephen12; and there buried his first wife in June, 1612. This occupancy was by arrangement with Dr. Martin Culpeper's widow, who had a life estate but had meanwhile re-married and removed her residence elsewhere. In 1616 he bought out that aunt's interest, and then gave over his law practice to become a country gentleman. Being now 'of Feckenham,' he became a diligent presiding magistrate at quarter sessions; being included, a generation ahead of Sir Roger de Coverley, of the quorum in the Worcestershire commission from 1618-1628; again, like Sir Roger, in 1624 he served the office of Sheriff of that county 'with music before me, a feather in my hat and my horse well bitted' (Bund, Cal. Quarter Sessions Papers, Worcestershire, 1591-1643, 1900; Sheriff Lists in Fuller's Worthies).

But when he was nearly seventy years of age, for what reason does not appear, he sold Astwood to one Thomas Rich, and returned to Greenway Court to die. There, on December 14, 1635, he made his will and on December 18th following, as the parish register testifies, 'Mr. John Culpeper, Armiger,' was buried in the chancel of Hollingbourne church.

Will of John Culpeper of Greenweay Court, 1635 From The Proprietors of the Northern Neck

P.C.C. Pile, 4

Will dated December 14, 1635

Proved January 23, 1635/6.

John Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent, esq. To he bur. in the Chancel of the Church of Hollingbourne where Sir Thomas Culpepper shall think fit. To my wife Ann C. bed in the wainscoat chamber, all debts owing to her as Admix. of her former husband, except the debt owing by the Lord Lambert and Lady Lambert; which I bequeath to my son Thomas C., hereby confirming his actions for compounding sd. debt. To my son John C., £30 Rent charge payable by Sir John [afterwards first lord] Culpeper during my son John's life. To my daur, Sicely C., £300 & £20 [annuity]. To James Medlicote my son in law and Frances Medlicote my daur, 20s. each. My [eldest] son Thomas C. to be exer., and to him my personal estate. Witnesses: Tho. Culpeper [i. e., Sir Thomas12 of Hollingbourne], Alexander Culpeper [i. e., Sir Alexander12 of Greenway Court], John Culpeper [i. e., Sir John13, soon to be first Lord], William Cragge [i. e., the vicar of Hollingbourne].

3972 ii. Richard Norwood, born Abt. 1573 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England; died 10 Jan 1629/30 in Down Hatherly, Gloucestershire, England; married Elizabeth Stuart Abt. 1607 in England.

iii. William Norwood, born Abt. 1575 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England; died 20 Oct 1598 in Dempsey, England; married Agnes Boteler Abt. 1596.

iv. Henry Norwood, born Abt. 1580; died 23 Sep 1632 in England; married Elizabeth Rodney 1611 in Gloucestershire, England; born Aft. 1590.

Notes for Elizabeth Rodney:

Elizabeth (Rodney) Kirton

v. Ralph Norwood, born Abt. 1582 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England.

vi. Thomas Norwood, born 1584 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England.

vii. Elizabeth L. Norwood, born Abt. 1588 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England; married Richard Moore.

viii. Maurice Norwood, born Abt. 1596 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England.

 

7946. Nicholas Stuart, born Abt. 1563 in Hampshire, England; died 25 Jun 1633 in Hartley, Maudit, Hampshire, England.

Notes for Nicholas Stuart:

The Stuarts of Hampshire, England, trace their descent from Sir Alexander Stuart, a younger son of the ancient Scottish family (possibly the one born 1454 in Stirlingshire, who died in Paris around 1485). Of this line, [a later] Nicholas Stuart of Hartley, in Hampshire, was advanced to the dignity of Baronet in 1660. He married Mary, daughter of Sir Miles Sandys, of Gloucestershire, and was the father by her of Nicholas, Miles, Charles, and numerous daughters.

http://freespace.virgin.net/peter.steward/stewhist.htm

http://www.stgeorgesnews.org/1999/08f07.htm

St Leonard's Hartley Mauditt

The square ended 13th century chancel contains several magnificent 17th and 18th century Latin memorials to members of the Stuart family who lived in the Manor House between 1614 and 1790. Surrounded by highly coloured crests and heraldic devices the largest has a marble panel underneath showing how Sir Nicholas Stuart won his escutcheon fighting in France whilst serving in exile with King Charles II. After the Restoration his confiscated lands were returned and he was created a baronet.

Children of Nicholas Stuart are:

3973 i. Elizabeth Stuart, born 1590 in Hartley, Mauduit, Hampshire, England; died Aft. 11 May 1649 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England; married Richard Norwood Abt. 1607 in England.

ii. <Unknown> Stuart, born Aft. 1590.

 

7948. William Jordan, born Abt. 1544 in Gatwick, Surry, England; died 07 May 1625. He married 7949. Catherine Hussey Abt. 1595 in Surry, England.

7949. Catherine Hussey, born Bef. 03 Apr 1567 in Slinfold, Sussex, England; died 30 Jan 1625/26 in Slinfold, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of 15898. Lawrence Hussey and 15899. Mary White.

Notes for Catherine Hussey:

Christened at Christ Church, London, England

Children of William Jordan and Catherine Hussey are:

3974 i. Arthur Jordan, born 1595 in Gatwick, Surry, England; died in Surry Co., VA; married <Unknown> Rawlings Abt. 1619 in England.

ii. George Jordan

iii. Fortune Jordan

iv. Mary Jordan

 

Generation No. 14

8224. Henry Fox, born Abt. 1521; died in of Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England. He married 8225. <Unknown> Hawes Abt. 1544.

8225. <Unknown> Hawes, born in of Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England.

Child of Henry Fox and <Unknown> Hawes is:

4112 i. William Fox, born Abt. 1545 in of Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England; married Anne Lane Abt. 1568.

 

8226. Henry Lane, died in of Great Missenden, England.

Child of Henry Lane is:

4113 i. Anne Lane, born in of Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England; married William Fox Abt. 1568.

 

15888. Henry Norwood, born Bef. 1525. He was the son of 31776. Ralph Norwood and 31777. Jane Knight. He married 15889. Catherine Throckmorton Abt. 1547.

15889. Catherine Throckmorton, born Bef. 1530. She was the daughter of 31778. Sir Robert Throckmorton and 31779. Muriel Berkeley.

Children of Henry Norwood and Catherine Throckmorton are:

7944 i. William Norwood, born 23 Sep 1548 in Leekhampton, Cheltenham, England; died 23 Sep 1632 in Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England; married Elizabeth Lygon 10 Apr 1569 in Cheltenham, England.

ii. Robert Norwood

iii. Edward Norwood

iv. Henry Norwood

v. Jane Norwood

vi. Margaret Norwood

 

15890. William Lygon, born Abt. 1514 in Arle, England; died 1567 in Madresfield, England. He was the son of 31780. Richard Lygon and 31781. Margaret Grenville. He married 15891. Elinor Dennis.

15891. Elinor Dennis, born Abt. 1513 in England; died Abt. 1579 in England. She was the daughter of 31782. Sir William Dennis and 31783. Anne Berkeley.

Children of William Lygon and Elinor Dennis are:

7945 i. Elizabeth Lygon, born Abt. 1550; married William Norwood 10 Apr 1569 in Cheltenham, England.

ii. Margaret Lygon, born 1553 in Arle, Madresfield, Worcestershire, England; died 1617; married (1) Sir Thomas Russell; born Bef. 1532 in Strensham, Worcester, England; died 09 Apr 1574; married (2) Sir Knight Henry Berkeley Abt. 1577; born 1531 in of Bruton, Somersetshire, England; died 1601.

Notes for Margaret Lygon:

She married 2nd Sir Henry Berkeley

iii. Thomas Ligon, born Abt. 1562; died 1619; married Frances Dennis; born Abt. 1566; died Bet. 1622 - 1625.

iv. William Lygon

v. Richard Lygon, born Aft. 1555; married Mary Russell.

vi. Ralph Lygon

vii. Hugh Lygon

viii. Francis Lygon

ix. Ferdinando Lygon

x. Cecily Lygon

xi. Katherine Lygon

 

15898. Lawrence Hussey, born Bet. 1523 - 1525 in Slinfold,Sussex,England. He married 15899. Mary White.

15899. Mary White, born Abt. 1528 in Aldershot, Hampshire, England. She was the daughter of 31798. John White and 31799. Sybil <Unknown>.

Notes for Mary White:

or Margaret White

Child of Lawrence Hussey and Mary White is:

7949 i. Catherine Hussey, born Bef. 03 Apr 1567 in Slinfold, Sussex, England; died 30 Jan 1625/26 in Slinfold, Sussex, England; married William Jordan Abt. 1595 in Surry, England.

 

Generation No. 15

31776. Ralph Norwood, born Abt. 1505. He was the son of 63552. Roger Norwood and 63553. Alice Butler. He married 31777. Jane Knight.

31777. Jane Knight

Notes for Ralph Norwood:

or Raffe Norwood

Children of Ralph Norwood and Jane Knight are:

i. John Northwood

ii. Nicholas Northwood

15888 iii. Henry Norwood, born Bef. 1525; married Catherine Throckmorton Abt. 1547.

 

31778. Sir Robert Throckmorton, born 1512 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died 1570 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England. He was the son of 63556. Sir George Throckmorton and 63557. Catherine Vaux. He married 31779. Muriel Berkeley Bef. 1530.

31779. Muriel Berkeley, born Bef. 1516 in Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, England; died Abt. 1541 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England. She was the daughter of 63558. Lord Thomas Berkeley and 63559. Eleanor Constable.

Notes for Sir Robert Throckmorton:

High Sheriff of Warwick and Leicester

Notes for Muriel Berkeley:

Muriel may be daughter of Thomas Berkeley, 6th Lord Berkeley.

Children of Robert Throckmorton and Muriel Berkeley are:

15889 i. Catherine Throckmorton, born Bef. 1530; married (1) John Williams; married (2) Henry Norwood Abt. 1547.

ii. Thomas Throckmorton, born 1533; died 13 Mar 1613/14 in Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire, England; married Margaret Whorwood.

Notes for Thomas Throckmorton:

Succeeded to the estate of Coughton Court. He was a staunch catholic who suffered much persecution and loss of property during the reign of Elizabeth.

iii. Elizabeth Throckmorton, married Sir John Goodwin; born in Of Winchingdon, Buckinghamshire, England.

iv. Mary Throckmorton, married Edward Arden; born Abt. 1542; died Oct 1583 in Tyburn, London, England.

Notes for Edward Arden:

Of Park Hall, Warwickshire. His father was a second cousin of Mary Arden of Wilmcote, William Shakespeare's mother. Hanged for conspiracy. Suceeded his grandfather in the family estates in 1568, including the manor of Park Hall, Warwickshire.

v. Anne Throckmorton, born Aft. 1537 in Of Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died Abt. 16 Dec 1603 in Beoley, Worcestershire, England; married Sir Ralph Sheldon Bef. 1558 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; born 1537 in Of Beoley, Worcestershire, England; died 1613.

Notes for Sir Ralph Sheldon:

A major family dispute occurred, and he was denounced as a Papist, who was trying to turn his daughter against his Protestant husband. His son-in-law, meanwhile, was charged with mistreating his wife.

There was no doubt that he was a Papist, as in his will it was stated in the preamble that "he does humbly ... hope to die in the ... Catholicke Church.

Inherited his father's tastes in a variety of directions as well as a large fortune. Had seven daughters who married into influential county families, and all were alive in 1613 when he made his will. He left each of them a basin and ewer of silver, and ordered that they be engraved with the coats of arms of his seven sons-in-law impalied on his own.

 

31780. Richard Lygon, born Abt. 1491 in Madresfield, England; died 20 Mar 1555/56. He was the son of 63560. Richard Lygon and 63561. Anne Beauchamp. He married 31781. Margaret Grenville.

31781. Margaret Grenville, born 1497 in Arle Court, England; died 1542 in England. She was the daughter of 63562. William Grenville and 63563. Margery Arrell.

Child of Richard Lygon and Margaret Grenville is:

15890 i. William Lygon, born Abt. 1514 in Arle, England; died 1567 in Madresfield, England; married Elinor Dennis.

 

31782. Sir William Dennis, born Abt. 1470 in England; died Abt. 1534 in England. He was the son of 63564. Sir Walter Dennis and 63565. Agnes Danvers. He married 31783. Anne Berkeley.

31783. Anne Berkeley, born Abt. 1474 in England; died Abt. 1585 in England. She was the daughter of 63566. Maurice Berkeley and 63567. Isabel Mead.

Child of William Dennis and Anne Berkeley is:

15891 i. Elinor Dennis, born Abt. 1513 in England; died Abt. 1579 in England; married William Lygon.

 

31798. John White, born Abt. 1500. He married 31799. Sybil <Unknown>.

31799. Sybil <Unknown>

Child of John White and Sybil <Unknown> is:

15899 i. Mary White, born Abt. 1528 in Aldershot, Hampshire, England; married Lawrence Hussey.

 

Generation No. 16

63552. Roger Norwood, born Abt. 1485; died in Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of 127104. John Norwood and 127105. Eleanor Giffard. He married 63553. Alice Butler.

63553. Alice Butler

Notes for Alice Butler:

or Alice Boteler

Child of Roger Norwood and Alice Butler is:

31776 i. Ralph Norwood, born Abt. 1505; married Jane Knight.

 

63556. Sir George Throckmorton, born Abt. 1485 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England. He was the son of 127112. Robert Throckmorton and 127113. Katherine Marrow. He married 63557. Catherine Vaux.

63557. Catherine Vaux, born Abt. 1490 in Harrowden, Northhamtonshire, England; died 1571 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England. She was the daughter of 127114. Nicholas Vaux and 127115. Elizabeth FitzHugh.

Children of George Throckmorton and Catherine Vaux are:

31778 i. Sir Robert Throckmorton, born 1512 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died 1570 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; married (1) Muriel Berkeley Bef. 1530; married (2) Elizabeth Hussey Aft. 1540.

ii. Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, born 1515; died 1571; married Anne Carew.

 

63558. Lord Thomas Berkeley, born 1472 in Stone, Gloucester, England; died 22 Jan 1532/33 in Mangotsfield, Gloucester, England. He was the son of 63566. Maurice Berkeley and 63567. Isabel Mead. He married 63559. Eleanor Constable Aft. 28 Aug 1502.

63559. Eleanor Constable, born Abt. 1480. She was the daughter of 127118. Marmaduke Constable and 127119. Joyce Stafford.

Notes for Lord Thomas Berkeley:

8th Baron Berkeley (5th Lord Berkeley)

or died 19 Sep 1534 Stone, Gloucester, England

Children of Thomas Berkeley and Eleanor Constable are:

31779 i. Muriel Berkeley, born Bef. 1516 in Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, England; died Abt. 1541 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; married Sir Robert Throckmorton Bef. 1530.

ii. Joan Berkeley, born Bef. 1512; died 31 Mar 1563 in Iron Acton, Gloucestershire; married Sir Nicholas Poyntz 24 Jun 1527 in Yate, Gloucestershire; born Aft. 1500 in Iron Acton, Gloucestershire; died Bet. 28 Nov 1556 - 08 Jul 1557.

iii. Maurice Berkeley

iv. Thomas Berkeley, born 1505; died 22 Sep 1534; married Anne Savage.

Notes for Thomas Berkeley:

6th Lord Berkeley

 

63560. Richard Lygon, born Abt. 1469 in Gloucestershire, England; died 12 May 1512 in Worcestershire, England. He was the son of 127120. Thomas Lygon and 127121. Ann Gifford. He married 63561. Anne Beauchamp Abt. 1490 in England.

63561. Anne Beauchamp, born 1462 in Worcestershire, England; died 22 Jun 1534 in Edgecombe Co., NC. She was the daughter of 127122. Sir Richard de Beauchamp and 127123. Elizabeth Stafford.

Child of Richard Lygon and Anne Beauchamp is:

31780 i. Richard Lygon, born Abt. 1491 in Madresfield, England; died 20 Mar 1555/56; married Margaret Grenville.

 

63562. William Grenville, born Abt. 1464 in England; died 07 Mar 1511/12. He was the son of 127124. Richard Grenville and 127125. <Unknown> Herbert. He married 63563. Margery Arrell.

63563. Margery Arrell, born Abt. 1468 in England.

Child of William Grenville and Margery Arrell is:

31781 i. Margaret Grenville, born 1497 in Arle Court, England; died 1542 in England; married Richard Lygon.

 

63564. Sir Walter Dennis, born Abt. 1415 in England; died Abt. 1481 in England. He was the son of 127128. Morris Dennis and 127129. Katherine Stradling. He married 63565. Agnes Danvers.

63565. Agnes Danvers, born Abt. 1429 in England.

Child of Walter Dennis and Agnes Danvers is:

31782 i. Sir William Dennis, born Abt. 1470 in England; died Abt. 1534 in England; married Anne Berkeley.

 

63566. Maurice Berkeley, born 1436 in England; died 1506 in England. He was the son of 127132. James Berkeley and 127133. Isabel Mowbray. He married 63567. Isabel Mead 1465.

63567. Isabel Mead, born Abt. 1445 in Bristol, England; died 1514 in England. She was the daughter of 127134. Phillip Mead and 127135. Isabel <Unknown>.

Notes for Maurice Berkeley:

3rd Lord Berkeley.

Memo: 10 generations

Notes for Isabel Mead:

From the Berkeley Manuscripts, by John Smyth (1567-1640)

The wife of this lord Maurice was Isabel daughter of Philip Mead Esq. and of Isabel his wife; son of Thomas, son of Thomas Mead, descended of the ancient family of Meads of Meads place in Fayland in the parish of Wraxall near Portbury in the county of Somerset, where anciently they had continued; whom this lord married in the thirtieth year of his age, about eighteen months after his father's death, she then a widow and mother of three children, who all died very young.

Children of Maurice Berkeley and Isabel Mead are:

i. Maurice Berkeley, born 1467.

Notes for Maurice Berkeley:

4th Lord Berkeley

ii. Lord Thomas Berkeley, born 1472 in Stone, Gloucester, England; died 22 Jan 1532/33 in Mangotsfield, Gloucester, England; married (1) Eleanor Constable Aft. 28 Aug 1502; born Abt. 1480; married (2) Mary Hastings Aft. 1526; born Abt. 1510.

Notes for Lord Thomas Berkeley:

8th Baron Berkeley (5th Lord Berkeley)

or died 19 Sep 1534 Stone, Gloucester, England

31783 iii. Anne Berkeley, born Abt. 1474 in England; died Abt. 1585 in England; married Sir William Dennis.

iv. James Berkeley, born Abt. 1475.

 

Generation No. 17

127104. John Norwood, born Abt. 1455; died Abt. 1509 in Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of 254208. <Unknown> Norwood. He married 127105. Eleanor Giffard Abt. 1486.

127105. Eleanor Giffard, born Aft. 1455. She was the daughter of 254210. Sir John Giffard.

Notes for Eleanor Giffard:

or Eleanor Giffard

Upon marriage to John Norwood, the manor of Leckhampton in Gloucestershire passed to the Norwood family.

Children of John Norwood and Eleanor Giffard are:

63552 i. Roger Norwood, born Abt. 1485; died in Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England; married Alice Butler.

ii. William Norwood

 

127112. Robert Throckmorton, born in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died 12 Aug 1518 in Beyond the Sea While on Crusade to the Holy Land. He was the son of 254224. Sir Thomas Throckmorton and 254225. Margaret Olney. He married 127113. Katherine Marrow.

127113. Katherine Marrow She was the daughter of 254226. William Marrow.

Child of Robert Throckmorton and Katherine Marrow is:

63556 i. Sir George Throckmorton, born Abt. 1485 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; married Catherine Vaux.

 

127114. Nicholas Vaux, born Abt. 1460. He married 127115. Elizabeth FitzHugh.

127115. Elizabeth FitzHugh, born Aft. 1465; died Bef. 1507. She was the daughter of 254230. Henry Fitzhugh and 254231. Alice de Neville.

Notes for Nicholas Vaux:

1st Baron Vaux of Harrowden

Child of Nicholas Vaux and Elizabeth FitzHugh is:

63557 i. Catherine Vaux, born Abt. 1490 in Harrowden, Northhamtonshire, England; died 1571 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; married Sir George Throckmorton.

 

127118. Marmaduke Constable, born Abt. 1460 in Flamborough, Yorkshire, England; died 20 Nov 1518. He was the son of 254236. Sir Robert Constable and 254237. Agnes Wentworth. He married 127119. Joyce Stafford Abt. 1480.

127119. Joyce Stafford, born Abt. 1460 in Grafton, Staffordshire, England; died Aft. 1488 in England. She was the daughter of 254238. Sir Humphrey Stafford and 254239. Eleanor Aylesbury.

Notes for Joyce Stafford:

Her presumed birthdate makes her likely a child in the next generation.

Children of Marmaduke Constable and Joyce Stafford are:

63559 i. Eleanor Constable, born Abt. 1480; married Lord Thomas Berkeley Aft. 28 Aug 1502.

ii. Sir Robert Constable, married Jane Ingelby.

iii. Marmaduke Constable, born Abt. 1480; died 12 Sep 1545; married Barbara Sothill; born Aft. 1480; died 04 Oct 1540.

 

127120. Thomas Lygon, born Abt. 1436 in England; died 1507. He was the son of 254240. Thomas Lygon and 254241. Joan Bracci. He married 127121. Ann Gifford.

127121. Ann Gifford, born Abt. 1440 in Bradwell, England. She was the daughter of 254242. Nicholas Gifford.

Child of Thomas Lygon and Ann Gifford is:

63560 i. Richard Lygon, born Abt. 1469 in Gloucestershire, England; died 12 May 1512 in Worcestershire, England; married Anne Beauchamp Abt. 1490 in England.

 

127122. Sir Richard de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1434 in England; died 19 Jan 1501/02 in England. He was the son of 254244. Sir John de Beauchamp and 254245. Margaret Ferrers. He married 127123. Elizabeth Stafford 27 Jan 1445/46 in England.

127123. Elizabeth Stafford, born Abt. 1435 in England. She was the daughter of 254238. Sir Humphrey Stafford and 254239. Eleanor Aylesbury.

Notes for Sir Richard de Beauchamp:

KB; 2nd Lord Beauchamp of Powyck

Children of Richard de Beauchamp and Elizabeth Stafford are:

63561 i. Anne Beauchamp, born 1462 in Worcestershire, England; died 22 Jun 1534 in Edgecombe Co., NC; married Richard Lygon Abt. 1490 in England.

ii. Elizabeth Beauchamp, born Aft. 1472; married Robert Willoughby Bef. 28 Feb 1494/95 in England; born Abt. 1472 in Of Broke, England; died 10 Nov 1521 in Devonshire, England.

Notes for Robert Willoughby:

2nd Lord Willoughby de Broke, KB

ROBERT WILLOUGHBY, 2nd Lord (Baron) Willoughby de Broke and de jure 9th/10th LORD (Baron) LATIMER (of Corby), KB (1509); b 1472; Steward Duchy Cornwall and Warden Stannaries in Devon and Cornwall 1502–09, ktd by summer 1504; m 1st by 28 Feb 1494/5 Elizabeth, est dau and coheir of 2nd and last Baron Beauchamp of Powick

d 10 Nov 1521 of the pestilence, when the Barony of Willoughby de Broke and right to that of Latimer (of Corby) fell according to later doctrine into abeyance among his three gdaus and coheirs by his s

 

127124. Richard Grenville, born Abt. 1436 in England. He married 127125. <Unknown> Herbert.

127125. <Unknown> Herbert, born Abt. 1440 in England.

Child of Richard Grenville and <Unknown> Herbert is:

63562 i. William Grenville, born Abt. 1464 in England; died 07 Mar 1511/12; married Margery Arrell.

 

127128. Morris Dennis, born Abt. 1392 in England; died Aft. 1450 in England. He married 127129. Katherine Stradling Abt. 1413.

127129. Katherine Stradling, born Abt. 1398 in England; died 1456 in England. She was the daughter of 254258. Sir Edward Stradling and 254259. Jane Beaufort.

Notes for Katherine Stradling:

Her birthdate, and therefore her placement, is suspect.

Child of Morris Dennis and Katherine Stradling is:

63564 i. Sir Walter Dennis, born Abt. 1415 in England; died Abt. 1481 in England; married Agnes Danvers.

 

127132. James Berkeley, born Abt. 1394 in England; died Abt. 1463 in England. He was the son of 254264. James Berkeley and 254265. Elizabeth Raglan. He married 127133. Isabel Mowbray.

127133. Isabel Mowbray, born 1398 in England; died Abt. 1452 in England. She was the daughter of 254266. Thomas de Mowbray and 254267. Elizabeth Fitz Alan.

Notes for James Berkeley:

6th Baron Berkeley

Child of James Berkeley and Isabel Mowbray is:

63566 i. Maurice Berkeley, born 1436 in England; died 1506 in England; married Isabel Mead 1465.

 

127134. Phillip Mead, born Abt. 1415 in Bristol, England; died 1471 in England. He was the son of 254268. Thomas Mede. He married 127135. Isabel <Unknown>.

127135. Isabel <Unknown>, born Abt. 1420 in England.

Notes for Phillip Mead:

Philip Mede was the mayor of Bristol three times and once the MP for Bristol. He is said to have been descended from the Mede family of Wraxall, Somerset. Master John Mede, Rector of Wraxall, Somerset, witnessed Philip's will.

In 1457 Philip Mede bought a messuage,10 acres land, 70 acres pasture, 10 acres meadow at Rolveston near Banwell, Somerset.

Brass Rubbing in Ashmolean Museum, Oxford:

Parish: St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol

Inscription: Philip Mede Esq. and 2 wives (1475)

Coat of Arms: Gules a chevron ermine between three trefoils slipped argent

From the verger of St. Mary Redcliffe:

"The tomb of the Mede family is approx. 10 ft high by 18 ft by 3 ft. It contains in one compartment the effigies of Thomas and his wife and in the other a brass of Philip and his two wives. This rectangluar brass shows Philip kneeling with his wife. Philip's helmet is seen in front of him leaving his head uncovered and showing his long hair. Philip Mede's daughter married Maurice the younger brother of William 12th Lord Berkeley. He was disinherited for marrying her but later became the 13th Lord Berkeley. Philip also supported with his men the Berkeley family at the last private battle fought on English soil at Nibley Green in 1470.

Philip Mede was Mayor of Bristol in 1459, 1462 and 1469. Thomas was also Mayor but is dressed in merchant clothing and as he had the tomb built with its fine carving I suppose he managed to gain the family wealth."

Children of Phillip Mead and Isabel <Unknown> are:

63567 i. Isabel Mead, born Abt. 1445 in Bristol, England; died 1514 in England; married Maurice Berkeley 1465.

ii. Richard Mead, born Abt. 1450; died 1491 in Bristol, England; married (1) Elizabeth Arthur Abt. 1475; married (2) Anne Pauncefoote Abt. 1480.

 

Generation No. 18

254208. <Unknown> Norwood, born Aft. 1421. He was the son of 508416. James Norwood and 508417. Jane Clinton.

Notes for <Unknown> Norwood:

It is recorded that the Title passed to a cousin.

Child of <Unknown> Norwood is:

127104 i. John Norwood, born Abt. 1455; died Abt. 1509 in Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England; married Eleanor Giffard Abt. 1486.

 

254210. Sir John Giffard, born Abt. 1420; died in of Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, England.

Notes for Sir John Giffard:

http://www.stevewalsh.co.uk/~swalsh/local.htm

Stoke Gifford in Leckhampton:

After 1066 William the Conqueror gave the manor to Osbern Giffard, one of his generals. It remained in the Giffard family until 1337 when it was granted to Maurice de Berkeley. This happened after the death of the widow of Sir John Giffard, who was executed in 1324 after he had raided Edward II's baggage train. The king sent an army to destroy the family seat of Brimpsfield Castle "so that not one stone should stand upon another". Before this he had entered Gloucester by hiding in a bale of wool and captured the city. This was where he was hung, drawn and quartered. There is now no trace of the monument to his memory in Stoke Gifford (mentioned by a l7th century chronicler) but his effigy is in Leckhampton Church. His confiscated manors were given to the king's favourite Hugh Despenser, and after the King's murder to Sir John Matravers who married into the Berkeley family. The Giffard family had an aggressive reputation, having taken part in the Barons' Revolt in King John's time. Other Giffards had defied the abbot and sheriff of Gloucester. One Sir John Giffard-le-Rych was granted Llandovery Castle as a Marcher Lord and married Maud, the widow of the Earl of Salisbury. Their daughter became St. Katherine of Ledbury. There is a St. Katherine's well in nearby Bredon.

Extract from the Doomsday Book 1085-1086 AD

"The parish of Stoke Giffard lies in the hundred of Henbury, 4 miles distant north of Bristol, 6 miles South West from Sodbury and 32 miles South West from Gloucester. It has the additional name of Giffard from its belonging to the family of Giffards of Brimpsfield. Duns-a-Thane held Stoke in Gedbury hundred in the reign of Edward the Confessor. Osbern Giffard held it in the reign of King William the Conqueror. It was taxed at 5 hides . . . there were 12 plow tillages where 8 were in demean . . . it paid a yearly rent of 6 pounds in King Edward's reign . . . it paid 8 pounds yearly in King William's reign."

Carreg Cennen Castle

Built around 1300. This castle has a really spectacular site on the top of a limestone crag with a sheer drop on one side of some 300 feet down to the river Cennen. There is a passage leading to a dungeon in the cliff face. The dungeon is actually a natural cave. Coins of the third and fourth century have been found on the hill and there is speculation of an earlier Roman fortification. In 1248 AD the castle was taken by Rhys Fachan, a prince of Deheubarth but was taken by English forces in 1277. Following Edward's campaigns in Wales it was given to Baron Giffard of Brimpsfield, Gloucestershire. Most of the surviving buildings were erected by the Giffards. The castle was held by John Skydmore against Owain Glyndwr for ayear, but eventually surrendered. Yorkists took the castle in 1462 during the Wars of the Roses. At some time after this it was decided to demolish the castle and 500 men were paid to carry out the demolition work.

Child of Sir John Giffard is:

127105 i. Eleanor Giffard, born Aft. 1455; married John Norwood Abt. 1486.

 

254224. Sir Thomas Throckmorton, born 1412 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died 13 Jul 1472 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England. He was the son of 508448. John Throckmorton and 508449. Eleanor de la Spine. He married 254225. Margaret Olney.

254225. Margaret Olney, born Abt. 1426 in Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire, England. She was the daughter of 508450. Robert de Olney and 508451. Goditha Juditha Bozum.

Children of Thomas Throckmorton and Margaret Olney are:

127112 i. Robert Throckmorton, born in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died 12 Aug 1518 in Beyond the Sea While on Crusade to the Holy Land; married Katherine Marrow.

ii. Margery Throckmorton, married Richard Middlemore; died in of Edgbaston.

 

254226. William Marrow, born Abt. 1419 in London, England; died 11 Jan 1463/64 in London, England.

Child of William Marrow is:

127113 i. Katherine Marrow, married Robert Throckmorton.

 

254230. Henry Fitzhugh, born 1430; died 1472. He was the son of 508460. Sir William Fitz Hugh and 508461. Margery Willoughby. He married 254231. Alice de Neville.

254231. Alice de Neville, born Abt. 1430. She was the daughter of 508462. Richard de Neville and 508463. Alice Montacute.

Children of Henry Fitzhugh and Alice de Neville are:

i. Alice Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1448; married John Fiennes; born Abt. 1449.

ii. Agnes Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1453.

iii. Margery Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1453.

iv. Elianore Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1456.

v. Joane Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1456.

vi. Richard Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1457.

vii. Thomas Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1459.

viii. John Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1461.

ix. George Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1463.

x. Edward Fitzhugh, born Abt. 1464.

127115 xi. Elizabeth FitzHugh, born Aft. 1465; died Bef. 1507; married (1) Nicholas Vaux; married (2) Sir William Parr.

 

254236. Sir Robert Constable, born Abt. 1418 in Everingham, York, England; died 23 May 1488 in Flambough, East Riding, Yorkshire, England. He married 254237. Agnes Wentworth 02 Jan 1457/58 in Flambough, East Riding, Yorkshire, England.

254237. Agnes Wentworth, born Abt. 1434 in of Nettlested, Suffolk, England; died 20 Apr 1488. She was the daughter of 508474. Sir Roger Wentworth and 508475. Baroness Margery le Despencer.

Children of Robert Constable and Agnes Wentworth are:

i. William Constable, died 1528; married Joan Fullthrope.

ii. Anne Constable, born Bef. 1463 in England; married William Tyrwhit; born Bef. 1459; died 09 Apr 1522 in Lincolnshire, England.

127118 iii. Marmaduke Constable, born Abt. 1460 in Flamborough, Yorkshire, England; died 20 Nov 1518; married Joyce Stafford Abt. 1480.

 

254238. Sir Humphrey Stafford, born Abt. 1400 in Grafton, England; died 04 Jun 1450 in slain at Sevenoaks. He was the son of 508476. Sir Humphrey Stafford and 508477. Elizabeth Burdett. He married 254239. Eleanor Aylesbury Abt. 02 Jan 1423/24.

254239. Eleanor Aylesbury, born Abt. 1406 in of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England; died Aft. 20 Apr 1478. She was the daughter of 508478. Sir Thomas Aylesbury and 508479. Katherine Pabenham.

Notes for Sir Humphrey Stafford:

Ancestor of President James Madison

Children of Humphrey Stafford and Eleanor Aylesbury are:

127123 i. Elizabeth Stafford, born Abt. 1435 in England; married Sir Richard de Beauchamp 27 Jan 1445/46 in England.

127119 ii. Joyce Stafford, born Abt. 1460 in Grafton, Staffordshire, England; died Aft. 1488 in England; married Marmaduke Constable Abt. 1480.

iii. Richard Stafford, died Jun 1448.

iv. Humphrey de Stafford, born Bef. 1441; died 08 Jul 1486 in executed at Tyburn; married Katherine Fray; born Abt. 1447; died 12 May 1482.

v. Thomas Stafford

vi. Anne Stafford, married William Berkeley.

 

254240. Thomas Lygon, born 1401 in England; died 1448. He married 254241. Joan Bracci Abt. 1419.

254241. Joan Bracci, born 1404 in Warnedon, England; died Abt. 1478. She was the daughter of 508482. Sir William Bracci and 508483. Isabella <Unknown>.

Child of Thomas Lygon and Joan Bracci is:

127120 i. Thomas Lygon, born Abt. 1436 in England; died 1507; married Ann Gifford.

 

254242. Nicholas Gifford, born Abt. 1410 in England.

Child of Nicholas Gifford is:

127121 i. Ann Gifford, born Abt. 1440 in Bradwell, England; married Thomas Lygon.

 

254244. Sir John de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1415 in England; died Bef. 19 Apr 1475. He was the son of 508488. Sir William de Beauchamp and 508489. Catherine of Usflete. He married 254245. Margaret Ferrers 1434.

254245. Margaret Ferrers, born Bef. 1418 in England; died 29 Jan 1486/87. She was the daughter of 508490. <Unknown> Ferrers.

Notes for Sir John de Beauchamp:

Created Lord Beauchamp of Powyck, KG ; Justice South Wales & Lord Treasurer of England

Child of John de Beauchamp and Margaret Ferrers is:

127122 i. Sir Richard de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1434 in England; died 19 Jan 1501/02 in England; married Elizabeth Stafford 27 Jan 1445/46 in England.

 

254258. Sir Edward Stradling, born Abt. 1388 in Wales; died Abt. 1451. He was the son of 508516. Edward Stradling and 508517. Eleanor Stradling. He married 254259. Jane Beaufort.

254259. Jane Beaufort, born Bet. 1391 - 1392. She was the daughter of 508518. Cardinal Henry Beaufort and 508519. Alice Fitz Alan.

Children of Edward Stradling and Jane Beaufort are:

127129 i. Katherine Stradling, born Abt. 1398 in England; died 1456 in England; married Morris Dennis Abt. 1413.

ii. Henry Stradling, born 1423; died 1476; married Elizabeth Herbert.

 

254264. James Berkeley, born Abt. 1355 in England; died 1405. He was the son of 508528. Lord Maurice de Berkeley and 508529. Elizabeth le Despencer. He married 254265. Elizabeth Raglan.

254265. Elizabeth Raglan She was the daughter of 508530. Sir John Raglan Bluet.

Notes for Elizabeth Raglan:

daughter of Sir John Bluet.

Child of James Berkeley and Elizabeth Raglan is:

127132 i. James Berkeley, born Abt. 1394 in England; died Abt. 1463 in England; married Isabel Mowbray.

 

254266. Thomas de Mowbray, born 22 Mar 1365/66 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire; died 22 Sep 1399 in Venice, Italy. He was the son of 508532. Lord John III de Mowbray and 508533. Elizabeth de Segrave. He married 254267. Elizabeth Fitz Alan Jul 1384 in Arundel, Sussex, England.

254267. Elizabeth Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1366 in of Derbyshire, England; died 08 Jul 1425 in Venice, Italy. She was the daughter of 508534. Sir Richard Fitz Alan and 508535. Elizabeth de Bohun.

Notes for Elizabeth Fitz Alan:

Elizabeth de Arundel

Children of Thomas de Mowbray and Elizabeth Fitz Alan are:

i. Margaret de Mowbray, born Abt. 1387 in Norfolk, England; died 07 Sep 1452; married Sir Robert Howard Abt. 1412; born 1385 in Stoke Neyland, Suffolk, England; died 01 Apr 1437.

127133 ii. Isabel Mowbray, born 1398 in England; died Abt. 1452 in England; married (1) James Berkeley; married (2) Henry Ferrers.

iii. Elizabeth Mowbray, born Aft. 1390; died Aft. 1423; married Michael de la Pole Bef. 24 Nov 1403; born Bet. 1394 - 1395; died 25 Oct 1415 in Battle of Agincourt.

Notes for Michael de la Pole:

3rd Earl of Suffolk

 

254268. Thomas Mede, born Abt. 1385 in Fayland, Wraxall, Somerset, England; died 1455 in Bristol, England. He was the son of 508536. Thomas atte Mede.

Notes for Thomas Mede:

According to William Barrett in "History and antiquities of the city of Bristol", Thomas Mede of Wraxall is the descendant (probably great grandson) of Nicholas atte Mede (born about 1290), who was assessed for taxes in Somerset in 1327/28. Sir Thomas Mede was his son.

Children of Thomas Mede are:

i. Sir Thomas Mead, born Abt. 1410.

127134 ii. Phillip Mead, born Abt. 1415 in Bristol, England; died 1471 in England; married Isabel <Unknown>.

 

Generation No. 19

508416. James Norwood, born Abt. 1401. He was the son of 1016832. John Norwood and 1016833. Margaret Martin. He married 508417. Jane Clinton.

508417. Jane Clinton

Children of James Norwood and Jane Clinton are:

i. John Norwood, born Aft. 1421; married Elizabeth Elton.

Notes for John Norwood:

John Norwood became Lieutenant of the Tower of London and Constable of Queensborough.

254208 ii. <Unknown> Norwood, born Aft. 1421.

 

508448. John Throckmorton, born Abt. 1382 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died 12 Apr 1445. He was the son of 1016896. Thomas de Throckmorton and 1016897. Agnes de Besford. He married 508449. Eleanor de la Spine.

508449. Eleanor de la Spine, born Abt. 1385 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died Aft. 1412. She was the daughter of 1016898. Guy de la Spine and 1016899. Katherine Holt.

Children of John Throckmorton and Eleanor de la Spine are:

i. Elizabeth Throckmorton, born Aft. 1410; married Robert Russell Abt. 1431; born Abt. 1400.

254224 ii. Sir Thomas Throckmorton, born 1412 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died 13 Jul 1472 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; married Margaret Olney.

iii. Eleanor Throckmorton, born Bef. 1425 in of Bedsford, Worcestershire, England; died Bef. 10 Oct 1502; married Richard Knightley 01 Dec 1440 in Coughton, Or Fladbury, Warwickshire, England; born Bef. 1420 in of Fawsley, Northamptonshire, England; died Bef. 19 Jun 1476.

 

508450. Robert de Olney He married 508451. Goditha Juditha Bozum.

508451. Goditha Juditha Bozum

Child of Robert de Olney and Goditha Bozum is:

254225 i. Margaret Olney, born Abt. 1426 in Weston Underwood, Buckinghamshire, England; married Sir Thomas Throckmorton.

 

508460. Sir William Fitz Hugh, born 1399 in York, England; died 22 Oct 1452. He was the son of 1016920. Lord Henry Fitzhugh and 1016921. Elizabeth de Gray. He married 508461. Margery Willoughby Bef. 1439.

508461. Margery Willoughby, born Bef. 1399 in Eresby, England; died 22 Oct 1452. She was the daughter of 1016922. Lord William Willoughby and 1016923. Lucy le Strange.

Notes for Sir William Fitz Hugh:

4th Lord of Fitzhugh.

Notes for Margery Willoughby:

Burke's Peerage gives her marriage to FitzHugh as 14 Nov 1406 to the 5th Baron. She likely was married later.

Children of William Fitz Hugh and Margery Willoughby are:

i. Lora Fitz Hugh, married Sir John Constable; born in of Halsham.

Notes for Sir John Constable:

Will Dated 1473 or 1478

ii. Maud Fitzhugh, born 1428 in Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England; married William Bowes in of Streatham, Durham, England; born Abt. 1428 in Of Streatham Castle, Durham, England; died 1466 in Of Streatham Castle, Durham, England.

254230 iii. Henry Fitzhugh, born 1430; died 1472; married Alice de Neville.

 

508462. Richard de Neville, born Abt. 1400 in Raby, Durham, England; died 30 Dec 1460 in Wakefield, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of 1016924. Earl Ralph de Neville and 1016925. Joan de Beaufort. He married 508463. Alice Montacute Bef. Feb 1420/21 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

508463. Alice Montacute, born Abt. 1406; died Bef. Feb 1462/63. She was the daughter of 1016926. Thomas de Montacute and 1016927. Alianore de Holand.

Notes for Richard de Neville:

Knight of the Garter. 1st Earl of Salisbury. Executed at Pontefract Castle.

Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury, played a leading part in the Wars of the Roses and was one of the main supporters of Richard, Duke of York (Richard III).

The Nevilles were the most powerful family in England in the 1460's and Richard Neville's son, another Richard Neville (the "King-Maker") was their greatest member.

On 24 August 1453 a quarrel between the Nevilles and thePercies developed into open warfare when a 700-strong force of men-at-arms in the Percy livery fell upon a party of Nevilles, including the Earl of Salisbury, his wife and sons, returning from a wedding between Thomas Neville, Salisbury's second son, and Matilda, niece and heiress of Ralph, Lord Cromwell. The wedding party was armed (another indication of the state of affairs) and a battle raged across the Yorkshire Moors for several hours, with a number of people being killed and many wounded, while the Neville ladies rode for shelter at the manor of Sheriff Hutton. (Source: "The Wars of the Roses", by Robin Neillands)

In December 1460 Salisbury was captured in the field at the battle of Wakefield and taken to Pontefract Castle, where he was beheaded the next day, his head mounted over the Micklebar gate of the city of York.

Children of Richard de Neville and Alice Montacute are:

i. Joan Neville, born Abt. 1423.

ii. Cicely Neville, born Abt. 1426; died 28 Jul 1450; married (1) Henry de Beauchamp; born 21 Mar 1424/25; died 11 Jun 1445; married (2) John Tiptoft; born Abt. 1427 in Everton, Bedfordshire, England; died 18 Oct 1470 in Tower Hill.

Notes for Henry de Beauchamp:

14th Earl of Warwick ; 1st Duke of Warwick

iii. Earl Richard Neville, born 22 Nov 1428 in Bisham, Berkshire; died 14 Apr 1471 in Battle of Barnet; married (1) Anne de Beauchamp 1444; born 13 Jul 1426 in Caversham Castle, Oxfordshire; died 20 Sep 1492; met (2) <Unknown> Abt. 1445.

Notes for Earl Richard Neville:

16th Earl of Warwick - "The King Maker"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Neville%2C_16th_Earl_of_WarwickEarl of Warwick

Notes for Anne de Beauchamp:

Anne Neville, Countess of Warwick

254231 iv. Alice de Neville, born Abt. 1430; married Henry Fitzhugh.

v. John Neville, born Abt. 1431; died 14 Apr 1471 in Battle of Barnet; married (1) Elizabeth Newmarsh; married (2) Isabel Ingoldisthorpe 25 Apr 1457; died 20 May 1476.

Notes for John Neville:

Lord Montagu; 1464 Created Earl of Northumberland; 1st and last Marquess of Montagu

John Neville, Marquis of Montagu and Earl of Northumberland was knighted at Christmas 1449 by Henry VI at Greenwich, along with his elder brother Thomas and the king's two half-brothers, Edmund and Jasper Tudor.

He played a prominent part in 1453 in the armed conflicts between the Nevilles and the Percies in Yorkshire, the beginning of the civil war.

Sir John Neville was taken prisioner by the Lancastrian army at the battle of Blore Heath in 1459.

"There were killed upon the field, haf a mile from Barnet on Eastern Day, the Earl of Warwick, the Marquis Montagu, Sir William Tyrrell, Sir Lewis John, and divers other esquires of our county,....." (Source: The Paston Letters, Letter from John Paston to Margaret Paston, dated 1471, 18 April.)

Notes for Isabel Ingoldisthorpe:

Isabel Ingaldesthorpe

vi. George Neville, born Abt. 1433.

Notes for George Neville:

Chancellor of England ; Archbishop of York

vii. Eleanor Neville, born Abt. 1435; married Thomas Stanley 1459; born Abt. 1435; died 1504.

Notes for Thomas Stanley:

1st Earl Derby

Present at the Battle of Bosworth. After the battle Lord Thomas Stanley placed the Crown on England on the head his step-son Henry Tudor. He was later created 1st Earl of Derby.

Theoretically, an ancestor of President Ronald Wilson Reagan.

viii. Thomas Neville, born 1435; died 1460 in Battle of Wakefield; married Matilda 'Maud' Stanhope Bef. 1460; born Aft. 1435.

ix. Ralph Neville, born Abt. 1440.

x. Catherine Neville, born Abt. 1442 in of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; died Aft. 25 Mar 1504; married (1) William Bonville Bef. 1458; born 1442 in of Chewton, Mendip, Somersetshire, England; died 31 Dec 1460 in Battle of Wakefield, Yorshire, England; married (2) William de Hastings 06 Feb 1460/61 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; born Abt. 1431 in Of Kirby, Leicestershire, England; died 13 Jun 1483 in London, England.

xi. Margaret Neville, born Abt. 1444; died Aft. 1506.

xii. Robert Neville, born Abt. 1446; died Child.

 

508474. Sir Roger Wentworth, born 1390 in North Elmsall, England; died 24 Oct 1452 in Nettlestead, England. He was the son of 1016948. John Wentworth II and 1016949. Agnes Dronsfield. He married 508475. Baroness Margery le Despencer 25 Jun 1423 in England.

508475. Baroness Margery le Despencer, born Abt. 1397 in Nettlestead, England; died 20 Apr 1478. She was the daughter of 1016950. Sir Philip le Despencer and 1016951. Elizabeth Tibetot.

Notes for Sir Roger Wentworth:

or d. 1445

Notes for Baroness Margery le Despencer:

Baroness

Children of Roger Wentworth and Margery le Despencer are:

i. Sir Henry Wentworth, born Abt. 1426 in Codham, Essex, England; died 22 Mar 1482/83; married Elizabeth Howard; born Aft. 1426.

ii. Margaret Wentworth

iii. Sir Philip Wentworth, born Abt. 1424; died 1464 in beheaded at Middleham co York aft battle of Hexham; married Mary de Clifford; born Aft. 1424.

Notes for Sir Philip Wentworth:

Ancestor of Sarah Ferguson, Dutchess of York.

254237 iv. Agnes Wentworth, born Abt. 1434 in of Nettlested, Suffolk, England; died 20 Apr 1488; married Sir Robert Constable 02 Jan 1457/58 in Flambough, East Riding, Yorkshire, England.

 

508476. Sir Humphrey Stafford, born Abt. 1384 in of Grafton, Worcestershire, England; died 20 Feb 1418/19 in "overseas". He was the son of 1016952. Ralph de Stafford and 1016953. Maud de Hastings. He married 508477. Elizabeth Burdett.

508477. Elizabeth Burdett, born Aft. 1380 in Grafton, England; died Aft. 1434 in of Huncote, Leicestershire, England. She was the daughter of 1016954. Sir John Burdett and 1016955. Catherine de Arderne.

Children of Humphrey Stafford and Elizabeth Burdett are:

i. John Stafford, died 1422 in dsp.

ii. Elizabeth Stafford, married Richard de Beauchamp.

254238 iii. Sir Humphrey Stafford, born Abt. 1400 in Grafton, England; died 04 Jun 1450 in slain at Sevenoaks; married (1) Eleanor Aylesbury Abt. 02 Jan 1423/24; met (2) <Mistress> Aft. 1425.

iv. William Stafford

 

508478. Sir Thomas Aylesbury He married 508479. Katherine Pabenham.

508479. Katherine Pabenham, born 1372; died 17 Jun 1436. She was the daughter of 1016958. Sir Lawrence Pabenham and 1016959. Elizabeth Engaine.

Child of Thomas Aylesbury and Katherine Pabenham is:

254239 i. Eleanor Aylesbury, born Abt. 1406 in of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England; died Aft. 20 Apr 1478; married Sir Humphrey Stafford Abt. 02 Jan 1423/24.

 

508482. Sir William Bracci, born Abt. 1374 in Warnedon, England; died Abt. 1448. He was the son of 1016964. Sir William Bracci and 1016965. Joan <Unknown>. He married 508483. Isabella <Unknown>.

508483. Isabella <Unknown>, born Abt. 1383 in Madresfield, England.

Child of William Bracci and Isabella <Unknown> is:

254241 i. Joan Bracci, born 1404 in Warnedon, England; died Abt. 1478; married Thomas Lygon Abt. 1419.

 

508488. Sir William de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1356; died Bef. 1431. He was the son of 1016976. John de Beauchamp and 1016977. Elizabeth de St. John. He married 508489. Catherine of Usflete Bef. Mar 1414/15.

508489. Catherine of Usflete She was the daughter of 1016978. Sir Gerald of Ufflete.

Notes for Sir William de Beauchamp:

Sheriff of the Shires of Worcester and Gloucester ; Constable of Gloucester

Child of William de Beauchamp and Catherine of Usflete is:

254244 i. Sir John de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1415 in England; died Bef. 19 Apr 1475; married Margaret Ferrers 1434.

 

508490. <Unknown> Ferrers

Children of <Unknown> Ferrers are:

254245 i. Margaret Ferrers, born Bef. 1418 in England; died 29 Jan 1486/87; married Sir John de Beauchamp 1434.

ii. Richard Ferrers, born Abt. 1418.

 

508516. Edward Stradling, born Abt. 1368 in Wales. He was the son of 1017032. Peter Stradling and 1017033. Juliane Hawey. He married 508517. Eleanor Stradling.

508517. Eleanor Stradling, born Abt. 1372 in Wales. She was the daughter of 1017034. Gilbert Stradling and 1017035. Garnon.

Child of Edward Stradling and Eleanor Stradling is:

254258 i. Sir Edward Stradling, born Abt. 1388 in Wales; died Abt. 1451; married Jane Beaufort.

 

508518. Cardinal Henry Beaufort, born Abt. 1376 in Chateau de Beaufort, Meuse-et-Loire, France; died 11 Apr 1447 in Winchester, Hampshire, England. He was the son of 1017036. John 'of Gaunt' Plantagenet King of England and 1017037. Katherine de Roet. He met 508519. Alice Fitz Alan.

508519. Alice Fitz Alan, born Bet. 1372 - 1373. She was the daughter of 508534. Sir Richard Fitz Alan and 508535. Elizabeth de Bohun.

Notes for Cardinal Henry Beaufort:

Cardinal, Bishop of Lincolnshire ; Bp of Winchester, Cardinal

May have been born 1357, to a different concubine of his father.

Child of Henry Beaufort and Alice Fitz Alan is:

254259 i. Jane Beaufort, born Bet. 1391 - 1392; married Sir Edward Stradling.

 

508528. Lord Maurice de Berkeley, born Abt. 1320 in England; died 03 Jun 1368 in Berkeley Castle, England. He was the son of 1017056. Thomas de Berkeley and 1017057. Margaret Mortimer. He married 508529. Elizabeth le Despencer Aug 1338.

508529. Elizabeth le Despencer, born Abt. 1320. She was the daughter of 1017058. Baron Hugh le Despencer and 1017059. Eleanor de Clare.

Children of Maurice de Berkeley and Elizabeth le Despencer are:

i. Thomas de Berkeley, born 05 Jan 1351/52 in Berkeley Castle, England; died 13 Jul 1417 in Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucester, England; married Margaret de l'Isle Nov 1367 in Wingrave, Buckingham, England; born Abt. 1352; died 20 Mar 1391/92.

254264 ii. James Berkeley, born Abt. 1355 in England; died 1405; married Elizabeth Raglan.

 

508530. Sir John Raglan Bluet, born Bef. 1332.

Child of Sir John Raglan Bluet is:

254265 i. Elizabeth Raglan, married James Berkeley.

 

508532. Lord John III de Mowbray, born 25 Jul 1340 in Epworth, Lincoln, England; died 09 Oct 1368 in Thrace, Greece. He was the son of 1017064. Lord John II de Mowbray and 1017065. Joanna Plantagenet. He married 508533. Elizabeth de Segrave 25 Mar 1349 in England.

508533. Elizabeth de Segrave, born 25 Oct 1338 in Croxton, Lincolnshire, England; died 24 Mar 1397/98 in England. She was the daughter of 1017066. Lord John Segrave and 1017067. Margaret Plantagenet.

Children of John de Mowbray and Elizabeth de Segrave are:

254266 i. Thomas de Mowbray, born 22 Mar 1365/66 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire; died 22 Sep 1399 in Venice, Italy; married (1) Elizabeth le Strange Bef. 1383; married (2) Elizabeth Fitz Alan Jul 1384 in Arundel, Sussex, England.

ii. Margery de Mowbray, born Bef. 25 Mar 1364; married Sir John de Welles Bef. May 1386; born 20 Apr 1352; died 26 Aug 1421.

Notes for Margery de Mowbray:

or Eleanor de Mowbray

iii. John IV de Mowbray, born 01 Aug 1365 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire, England; died 12 Feb 1381/82.

iv. Joan de Mowbray, born Aft. 1360; married Sir Thomas Gray; born 1359; died 26 Nov 1400.

 

508534. Sir Richard Fitz Alan, born 1346 in England; died 1398 in Cheapside, London, England. He was the son of 1017068. Sir Richard Fitz Alan and 1017069. Lady Eleanor Plantagenet. He married 508535. Elizabeth de Bohun 28 Sep 1359.

508535. Elizabeth de Bohun, born Abt. 1345 in England; died 03 Apr 1385 in England. She was the daughter of 1017070. Sir William de Bohun and 1017071. Elizabeth de Badlesmere.

Notes for Sir Richard Fitz Alan:

11th Earl of Arundel

At the coronation of Richard II, Richard FitzAlan carried the crown.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_FitzAlan%2C_11th_Earl_of_Arundel

Children of Richard Fitz Alan and Elizabeth de Bohun are:

i. Joan Fitz Alan, born Aft. 1360; died 14 Nov 1435; married William de Beauchamp; born Abt. 1343; died 08 May 1411.

Notes for William de Beauchamp:

1st Baron Bergavenny

254267 ii. Elizabeth Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1366 in of Derbyshire, England; died 08 Jul 1425 in Venice, Italy; married (1) Sir William Montacute; married (2) Thomas de Mowbray Jul 1384 in Arundel, Sussex, England; married (3) Sir Robert Goushill Bef. 19 Aug 1401.

iii. Alice Fitz Alan, born Bet. 1372 - 1373; met (1) Cardinal Henry Beaufort; born Abt. 1376 in Chateau de Beaufort, Meuse-et-Loire, France; died 11 Apr 1447 in Winchester, Hampshire, England; married (2) John Cherlton.

Notes for Cardinal Henry Beaufort:

Cardinal, Bishop of Lincolnshire ; Bp of Winchester, Cardinal

May have been born 1357, to a different concubine of his father.

iv. Thomas Fitz Alan, born 13 Oct 1381 in Of Arundel, Sussex, England; died 13 Oct 1415; married Beatriz 'Brites' de Portugal 26 Nov 1405 in London; born Abt. 1382 in Lisboa, Portugal; died 25 Oct 1447 in Bordeaux.

Notes for Thomas Fitz Alan:

12th Earl of Arundel

 

508536. Thomas atte Mede, born Abt. 1350 in Wraxall, Somerset, England.

Notes for Thomas atte Mede:

From the Berkeley Manuscripts.

Possibly the Thomas atte Mede who was the executor of the will of Joan Seys of the parish of St. Augustine in Bristol, 1395.

Child of Thomas atte Mede is:

254268 i. Thomas Mede, born Abt. 1385 in Fayland, Wraxall, Somerset, England; died 1455 in Bristol, England.

 

Generation No. 20

1016832. John Norwood, born Aft. 1380. He was the son of 2033664. James Norwood and 2033665. Margaret Gralle. He married 1016833. Margaret Martin.

1016833. Margaret Martin She was the daughter of 2033666. John Martin.

Notes for Margaret Martin:

or Elizabeth Martin

Child of John Norwood and Margaret Martin is:

508416 i. James Norwood, born Abt. 1401; married Jane Clinton.

 

1016896. Thomas de Throckmorton, born Abt. 1356 in Throckmorton, Warwickshire, England; died Aft. 1411. He married 1016897. Agnes de Besford Abt. 1381.

1016897. Agnes de Besford She was the daughter of 2033794. Alexander de Besford and 2033795. Beatrice Thornden.

Child of Thomas de Throckmorton and Agnes de Besford is:

508448 i. John Throckmorton, born Abt. 1382 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died 12 Apr 1445; married Eleanor de la Spine.

 

1016898. Guy de la Spine He married 1016899. Katherine Holt.

1016899. Katherine Holt

Notes for Guy de la Spine:

Baron Coughton

Child of Guy de la Spine and Katherine Holt is:

508449 i. Eleanor de la Spine, born Abt. 1385 in Coughton, Warwickshire, England; died Aft. 1412; married John Throckmorton.

 

1016920. Lord Henry Fitzhugh, born 1358; died 1425. He was the son of 2033840. Lord Henry Fitz Hugh and 2033841. Joan le Scrope. He married 1016921. Elizabeth de Gray.

1016921. Elizabeth de Gray, born 1365 in Wilcote, Oxfordshire, England; died 14 Dec 1427. She was the daughter of 2033842. Sir Robert de Grey aka Marmion and 2033843. Lora de St. Quintin.

Notes for Lord Henry Fitzhugh:

3rd Lord and 4th Baron.

Children of Henry Fitzhugh and Elizabeth de Gray are:

508460 i. Sir William Fitz Hugh, born 1399 in York, England; died 22 Oct 1452; married Margery Willoughby Bef. 1439.

ii. Eleanor Fitz Hugh, born Abt. 1383 in Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England; died 30 Sep 1457; married Sir Thomas Tunstall; born Bef. 1380 in Thurland Castle, Lancashire, England.

 

1016922. Lord William Willoughby, born Abt. 1370 in de Eresby; died 04 Dec 1409. He was the son of 2033844. Lord Robert Willoughby and 2033845. Alice Skipwith. He married 1016923. Lucy le Strange Bef. 13 Apr 1383.

1016923. Lucy le Strange, born Abt. 1367 in Knockyn, Shropshire, England. She was the daughter of 2033846. Lord Sir Roger le Strange and 2033847. Alyne Olive Fitz Alan.

Notes for Lord William Willoughby:

5th Lord (Baron) Willoughby de Eresby, KG (c 1401); b c 1370; assisted usurpation of Duke of Lancaster (later HENRY IV) 1399 and attended the abdication of RICHARD II in the Tower of London 29 Sept 1399; m 1st by 23 April 1383 Lucy, dau of 5th Lord (Baron) Strange (of Knokyn) (see SAINT DAVIDS, V); m 2nd after 1 Aug 1402 but before 9 Aug 1404, as the 2nd of her four husbs, Joan, sis and coheir of 4th/6th and last Earl of Kent of the 1321 cr (see WAKE, Bt), and d 4 Dec 1409, having by his 1st w had, with four daus (including Margery, m 14 Nov 1406 5th Lord (Baron) FitzHugh and had issue5th Lord of Willoughby

Children of William Willoughby and Lucy le Strange are:

i. Robert Willoughby, born Abt. 1385; died 25 Jul 1452; married (1) Maud Stanhope; born in of Rampton, Notts; married (2) Elizabeth de Montagu Bef. 21 Feb 1420/21.

Notes for Robert Willoughby:

ROBERT (de) WILLOUGHBY, 6th Lord (Baron) Willoughby de Eresby, KG (c 1417); b c 1385; joined expdn to Normandy and Bordeaux 1412–13, also Agincourt Campaign 1415 and France generally from 1417: successful Sieges of Caen, Rouen, Melun, Meaux, Ivry, Le Mans, Bonneval and St Valéry and relief of Cravant; fought Battle of Verneuil 17 Aug 1424, hence granted Comtés of Vendôme 20 Sept 1424 and Beaumont-sur-Oise 4 Oct 1430, with remainder in each case to the heirs male of his body, also Dreux Feb 1427/8; lost Batle of Vivoin to French while King’s Lt Normandy; Capt of Bayeux 1433–37 and Pont de l’Arche c 1434; held Paris 1435–36 till forced to capitulate (having holed up in the Bastille) 17 April 1436; m 1st by 21 Feb 1420/1 Elizabeth de Montagu, yst dau of 3rd Earl of Salisbury of the 1337 cr (see SALISBURY, M, preliminary remarks); m 2nd by 9 Jan 1448/9 Maud, dau of Sir Richard Stanhope, of Rampton, Notts (see CROMWELL, B, also 1967 edn CHESTERFIELD and STANHOPE, E), and dspm 25 July 1452, when his French honours expired.

Notes for Elizabeth de Montagu:

yst dau of 3rd Earl of Salisbury of the 1337 cr

ii. Sir Knight Thomas Willoughby, born Abt. 1387 in of Parham, England; died Aft. 1432; married Jane Arundel; born Abt. 1400.

508461 iii. Margery Willoughby, born Bef. 1399 in Eresby, England; died 22 Oct 1452; married (1) Sir Knight Thomas Skipwith Bef. 1415; married (2) Sir William Fitz Hugh Bef. 1439.

 

1016924. Earl Ralph de Neville, born 1364 in Castle Raby, Durham, England; died 21 Oct 1425 in Castle Raby, Durham, England. He was the son of 2033848. John de Neville and 2033849. Matilda Maud de Percy. He married 1016925. Joan de Beaufort 03 Feb 1395/96 in Chateau de Beaufort, Meuse-et-Loire, France.

1016925. Joan de Beaufort, born 1379 in Chateau de Beaufort, Meuse-et-Loire, France; died 13 Nov 1440 in Howdent, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of 1017036. John 'of Gaunt' Plantagenet King of England and 1017037. Katherine de Roet.

Notes for Earl Ralph de Neville:

1st Earl Westmoreland

Children of Ralph de Neville and Joan de Beaufort are:

i. Catherine de Neville, born Abt. 1397 in Raby, Durham, England; died Aft. Jan 1477/78; married (1) John de Mowbray 12 Jan 1411/12 in Raby, Durham, England; born Bef. 1391; married (2) Thomas Strangeways 1423 in Raby, Durham, England; married (3) John Beaumont 1442; married (4) John Wydeville Jan 1464/65.

ii. Joan de Neville, born Abt. 1398 in Raby, Durham, England.

iii. Eleanor de Neville, born 1398 in Raby, Durham, England; died 1440 in England; married (1) Richard le Despencer Bef. 1414; born Abt. 1396; died 1414; married (2) Earl Henry VII de Percy Aft. Oct 1414 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England; born 03 Feb 1392/93 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England; died 22 May 1455 in Battle of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for Earl Henry VII de Percy:

2nd Earl Northumberland

508462 iv. Richard de Neville, born Abt. 1400 in Raby, Durham, England; died 30 Dec 1460 in Wakefield, Yorkshire, England; married Alice Montacute Bef. Feb 1420/21 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

v. Henry de Neville, born Abt. 1402 in Raby, Durham, England.

vi. Thomas de Neville, born Abt. 1403 in Raby, Durham, England; married Alice Seymour Abt. 1421.

vii. Cuthbert de Neville, born Abt. 1405 in Raby, Durham, England.

viii. Robert de Neville, born Abt. 1408 in Raby, Durham, England.

ix. William de Neville, born Abt. 1409 in Raby, Durham, England; died 09 Jan 1462/63 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England; married Joan Fauconbert Bef. 28 Apr 1422.

x. Anne (Lady) Neville, born Abt. 1411 in Rabney, Durham, England; died 20 Sep 1480; married (1) Sir Humphrey I de Stafford; born 15 Aug 1402 in Grafton, England; died 10 Jul 1460 in Battle of Northampton; married (2) Walter Blount 25 Nov 1467 in Raby, Durham, England.

Notes for Sir Humphrey I de Stafford:

1st Duke of Buckingham

Also 6th Earl of Stafford. Fought in France and Normandy, and slain at the Battle of Northampton during the War of the Roses on 7-22-1460.

Humphrey de Stafford, his successor, Knight of the Garter, while fighting on the Lancastrian side at the Battle of Northampton, was killed July 27, 1460. He married Anne Nevill, daughter of Ralph de Nevill, and they had six sons and three daughters.

xi. John de Neville, born Abt. 1413 in Raby, Durham, England.

xii. George de Neville, born Abt. 1411 in Raby, Durham, England; died 30 Dec 1469 in Well, Yorkshire, England; married Elizabeth de Beauchamp Bef. Feb 1436/37 in Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England; born 16 Sep 1417 in Of Warwickshire; died 26 Sep 1480.

Notes for George de Neville:

1st Baron Latimer

Notes for Elizabeth de Beauchamp:

Did Elizabeth marry twice - Edward de Neville and George de Neville? By whom were her children, George Neville and Henry Neville?

xiii. Cecily de Neville, born 31 May 1415 in Raby, Durham, England; died 31 May 1495 in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England; married Richard Plantagenet in Yorkshire, England; born 21 Sep 1411; died 1460.

Notes for Richard Plantagenet:

Duke of York

xiv. Sir Edward de Neville, born Abt. 1417 in Raby, Durham, England; died 18 Oct 1476; married (1) Elizabeth de Beauchamp 1435; born 16 Sep 1415 in Hanley Castle, Worcestershire, England; died 18 Jun 1448; married (2) Baroness Catherine Howard 15 Oct 1448; born Abt. 1414; died 18 Oct 1476.

Notes for Sir Edward de Neville:

Lord Abergavenny ; K.G., 3rd Baron Abergavenny

Notes for Baroness Catherine Howard:

Baroness Aberga

 

1016926. Thomas de Montacute, born 1388; died Abt. 03 Nov 1428 in Siege of Orleans. He was the son of 2033852. Sir John Montagu and 2033853. Maud Francis. He married 1016927. Alianore de Holand 23 May 1399.

1016927. Alianore de Holand, born Bef. 1375; died Bet. 06 Oct 1405 - 1406. She was the daughter of 2033854. Sir Thomas II de Holand and 2033855. Alice Fitz Alan.

Notes for Thomas de Montacute:

Earl of Salisbury 13994th Earl of Salisbury

Notes for Alianore de Holand:

Eleanor de Holand

This woman is shown in two different generations, depending on whose genealogy you look at.

Child of Thomas de Montacute and Alianore de Holand is:

508463 i. Alice Montacute, born Abt. 1406; died Bef. Feb 1462/63; married Richard de Neville Bef. Feb 1420/21 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

 

1016948. John Wentworth II, born in North Elmsall, England. He was the son of 2033896. John Wentworth I and 2033897. Jane le Tyas. He married 1016949. Agnes Dronsfield.

1016949. Agnes Dronsfield, born in West Bretton, England.

Child of John Wentworth and Agnes Dronsfield is:

508474 i. Sir Roger Wentworth, born 1390 in North Elmsall, England; died 24 Oct 1452 in Nettlestead, England; married Baroness Margery le Despencer 25 Jun 1423 in England.

 

1016950. Sir Philip le Despencer, born 1365 in Suffolk, England; died 20 Jun 1424. He was the son of 2033900. Sir Philip le Despencer and 2033901. Elizabeth <Unknown>. He married 1016951. Elizabeth Tibetot.

1016951. Elizabeth Tibetot, born 1371 in Nettlestead, Nottinghamshire, England; died Bef. 1424. She was the daughter of 2033902. Lord Sir Robert Tibetot and 2033903. Margaret Deincourt.

Child of Philip le Despencer and Elizabeth Tibetot is:

508475 i. Baroness Margery le Despencer, born Abt. 1397 in Nettlestead, England; died 20 Apr 1478; married Sir Roger Wentworth 25 Jun 1423 in England.

 

1016952. Ralph de Stafford, born Abt. 1354; died 01 Mar 1409/10 in Hastings, England. He was the son of 2033904. Sir John de Stafford and 2033905. Margaret de Stafford. He married 1016953. Maud de Hastings Abt. Aug 1373.

1016953. Maud de Hastings, born Bef. 02 Feb 1358/59 in of Leamington House, co. Warwick; died Aft. 1374. She was the daughter of 2033906. John de Hastings and 2033907. Maud Trussell.

Notes for Maud de Hastings:

Maud Hastang

Children of Ralph de Stafford and Maud de Hastings are:

508476 i. Sir Humphrey Stafford, born Abt. 1384 in of Grafton, Worcestershire, England; died 20 Feb 1418/19 in "overseas"; married Elizabeth Burdett.

ii. John Stafford

iii. Fulk Stafford

 

1016954. Sir John Burdett, born Abt. 1350; died in of Huncote, Leicestershire, England. He was the son of 2033908. Robert Burdett and 2033909. Eleanor Veale. He married 1016955. Catherine de Arderne.

1016955. Catherine de Arderne, born Aft. 1355. She was the daughter of 2033910. Sir John de Arderne and 2033911. Ellena de Wasteneys.

Child of John Burdett and Catherine de Arderne is:

508477 i. Elizabeth Burdett, born Aft. 1380 in Grafton, England; died Aft. 1434 in of Huncote, Leicestershire, England; married Sir Humphrey Stafford.

 

1016958. Sir Lawrence Pabenham, born 1334; died 10 Jun 1399. He married 1016959. Elizabeth Engaine.

1016959. Elizabeth Engaine She was the daughter of 2033918. Sir John Engaine and 2033919. Joan Peverel.

Child of Lawrence Pabenham and Elizabeth Engaine is:

508479 i. Katherine Pabenham, born 1372; died 17 Jun 1436; married Sir Thomas Aylesbury.

 

1016964. Sir William Bracci, born 1338 in Warnedon, England. He was the son of 2033928. Robert Bracci and 2033929. Juliana <Unknown>. He married 1016965. Joan <Unknown>.

1016965. Joan <Unknown>

Child of William Bracci and Joan <Unknown> is:

508482 i. Sir William Bracci, born Abt. 1374 in Warnedon, England; died Abt. 1448; married Isabella <Unknown>.

 

1016976. John de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1335; died 1390. He was the son of 2033952. Sir Giles de Beauchamp and 2033953. Catherine de Bures. He married 1016977. Elizabeth de St. John.

1016977. Elizabeth de St. John, born 1331; died 1411. She was the daughter of 2033954. Sir John de St. John and 2033955. Katherine Say.

Children of John de Beauchamp and Elizabeth de St. John are:

508488 i. Sir William de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1356; died Bef. 1431; married Catherine of Usflete Bef. Mar 1414/15.

ii. Alice Beauchamp, born Aft. 1362 in Wem, Shropsshire, England; married (1) Sir Thomas Botiler; born Abt. 1362 in Wem, Shropshire, England; died 20 Sep 1398 in of Powick; married (2) John Denham.

Notes for Sir Thomas Botiler:

Baron of Wemme

 

1016978. Sir Gerald of Ufflete

Child of Sir Gerald of Ufflete is:

508489 i. Catherine of Usflete, married Sir William de Beauchamp Bef. Mar 1414/15.

 

1017032. Peter Stradling He married 1017033. Juliane Hawey.

1017033. Juliane Hawey

Child of Peter Stradling and Juliane Hawey is:

508516 i. Edward Stradling, born Abt. 1368 in Wales; married Eleanor Stradling.

 

1017034. Gilbert Stradling He married 1017035. Garnon.

1017035. Garnon

Child of Gilbert Stradling and Garnon is:

508517 i. Eleanor Stradling, born Abt. 1372 in Wales; married Edward Stradling.

 

1017036. John 'of Gaunt' Plantagenet King of England, born Mar 1339/40 in Abbaye de St. Bavon, Ghent, Belgium; died 03 Feb 1398/99 in Leicester Castle, England. He was the son of 2034072. Edward III Plantagenet King of England and 2034073. Countess Philippa de Hainault. He married 1017037. Katherine de Roet 13 Jan 1396/97 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

1017037. Katherine de Roet, born 1350 in Picardy, Somme, France; died 10 May 1403 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England. She was the daughter of 2034074. Payn de Roet.

Notes for John 'of Gaunt' Plantagenet King of England:

Earl of Richmond 20.9.1343, Duke of Lancaster, Duke of Aquitaine, titular King of Castile

Beaufort was the name of a prominent 15th-century English family that was descended from John of Gaunt and his mistress Catherine Swynford. Although legitimized in 1396, they were barred from succession to the throne, which from 1399 to 1461 was occupied by their cousins of the house of Lancaster. Henry Beaufort, c.1377-1447, bishop of Winchester from 1404 and cardinal from 1426, was a dominant political figure during the reign of Henry Vl. His nephew, Edmund Beaufort, c.1407-1455, and the latter's son Henry, 1436-64, both dukes of Somerset, were the leaders of the Lancastrian party during the Wars of the Roses. The last of the line was Edmund's niece, Margaret Beaufort, 1443-1509, whose second marriage (1455) was to Edmund Tudor, earl of Richmond and half-brother to Henry Vl. Their son became king as Henry Vll after overthrowing Richard III in 1485.

Bibliography: Keen, M. H., England in the Later Middle Ages(1973).

(c) 1997 Grolier, Inc.

Notes for Katherine de Roet:

also known as Katherine Swinford or Catherine Swynford

Children of John of England and Katherine de Roet are:

i. John Beaufort, born Abt. 1371 in Beaufort Castle, Pottersgate, Lincolnshire, England; died 16 Mar 1409/10 in London, Middlesex, England; married (1) Margaret de Holand Bef. 18 Sep 1397 in Upholland, Lancashire, England; born Abt. 1377 in Upholland, Lancashire, England; died 31 Dec 1439 in St Saviour's Monastery, Bermondsey, Surrey, England; met (2) <Unknown> Bef. 1410.

Notes for John Beaufort:

Earl of Somerset, Marquess of Dorset, Lord High Admiral of England, and Marquess of Somerset.

Notes for Margaret de Holand:

Duchess of Clarenc

508518 ii. Cardinal Henry Beaufort, born Abt. 1376 in Chateau de Beaufort, Meuse-et-Loire, France; died 11 Apr 1447 in Winchester, Hampshire, England; met Alice Fitz Alan.

iii. Thomas de Beaufort, born Jan 1376/77 in Beaufort Castle; died 27 Dec 1426 in East Greenwich, Kent, England; married Margaret de Neville Bef. 15 Feb 1401/02; born Bef. 1381.

Notes for Thomas de Beaufort:

Duke of Exeter

iv. Joan de Beaufort, born 1379 in Chateau de Beaufort, Meuse-et-Loire, France; died 13 Nov 1440 in Howdent, Yorkshire, England; married (1) Sir Robert de Ferrers Bef. 30 Sep 1390; born 1373 in of Willisham, Suffolk, England; died 29 Nov 1396; married (2) Earl Ralph de Neville 03 Feb 1395/96 in Chateau de Beaufort, Meuse-et-Loire, France; born 1364 in Castle Raby, Durham, England; died 21 Oct 1425 in Castle Raby, Durham, England.

Notes for Earl Ralph de Neville:

1st Earl Westmoreland

 

1017056. Thomas de Berkeley, born Bet. 1292 - 1295 in Berkeley, Gloucester, England; died 27 Oct 1361 in Berkeley, Gloucester, England. He was the son of 2034112. Sir Maurice de Berkeley and 2034113. Eva la Zouche. He married 1017057. Margaret Mortimer 25 Jul 1320 in England.

1017057. Margaret Mortimer, born Abt. 1304 in England; died 1337 in England. She was the daughter of 2034114. Sir Roger de Mortimer and 2034115. Joan de Geneville.

Notes for Thomas de Berkeley:

Thomas "The Rich" de Berkeley

Child of Thomas de Berkeley and Margaret Mortimer is:

508528 i. Lord Maurice de Berkeley, born Abt. 1320 in England; died 03 Jun 1368 in Berkeley Castle, England; married Elizabeth le Despencer Aug 1338.

 

1017058. Baron Hugh le Despencer, born Abt. 1280 in England; died 29 Nov 1326 in Hereford, England. He was the son of 2034116. Earl Hugh le Despencer and 2034117. Isabel de Beauchamp. He married 1017059. Eleanor de Clare Abt. 14 Jun 1306.

1017059. Eleanor de Clare, born Bef. 1292 in England; died 1337 in England. She was the daughter of 2034118. Gilbert 'the Red' de Clare and 2034119. Joan Plantagenet.

Notes for Baron Hugh le Despencer:

Knighted with the Prince of Wales, 1306. The King's Chamberlain 1313, continuing in office until 1308. Commissioner of Scotland 1317-1319. Hung and quartered.

Children of Hugh le Despencer and Eleanor de Clare are:

i. Isabelle le Despencer, born Abt. 1307; died 1376; married Sir Richard Fitz Alan 09 Feb 1320/21; born Abt. 1306 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died 24 Jan 1374/75 in Arundel, Sussex, England.

Notes for Sir Richard Fitz Alan:

10th Earl of Arundel

ii. Lord Edward le Despencer, born Aft. 1307; died 30 Sep 1342; married Anne de Ferrers 20 Apr 1335 in Groby, England; born Abt. 1307; died 08 Aug 1337.

Notes for Anne de Ferrers:

This Anne is mis-placed in several family trees. She MAY not be in the right place here, but is not the daughter of Isabel de Verdun, who was born 1316.

508529 iii. Elizabeth le Despencer, born Abt. 1320; married Lord Maurice de Berkeley Aug 1338.

 

1017064. Lord John II de Mowbray, born 29 Nov 1310 in Hovington, York, England; died 04 Oct 1361. He was the son of 2034128. John I de Mowbray and 2034129. Aline de Braose. He married 1017065. Joanna Plantagenet Abt. 28 Feb 1326/27.

1017065. Joanna Plantagenet, born Abt. 1312; died Aft. 06 Feb 1344/45. She was the daughter of 2034130. Henry Plantagenet and 2034131. Maud de Chaworth.

Notes for Lord John II de Mowbray:

3rd Baron Mowbry

Notes for Joanna Plantagenet:

Joan de Lancaster

Children of John de Mowbray and Joanna Plantagenet are:

i. Eleanor Mowbray, born Abt. 1327 in of Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire, England; died Bef. 18 Jun 1387; married (1) Roger la Warre Bef. 23 Jul 1358; born Bef. 30 Nov 1326; died 27 Aug 1370 in Gascony; married (2) John de Welles May 1386; born Bef. 1327.

Notes for Eleanor Mowbray:

Aleanor Mowbray

508532 ii. Lord John III de Mowbray, born 25 Jul 1340 in Epworth, Lincoln, England; died 09 Oct 1368 in Thrace, Greece; married Elizabeth de Segrave 25 Mar 1349 in England.

 

1017066. Lord John Segrave, born 1306 in England; died 20 Mar 1352/53 in England. He was the son of 2034132. Stephen Segrave and 2034133. Alice FitzAlan d'Arundel. He married 1017067. Margaret Plantagenet 1327.

1017067. Margaret Plantagenet, born Abt. 1320 in England; died 24 Mar 1398/99. She was the daughter of 2034134. Earl Thomas Plantagenet and 2034135. Alice Hayles.

Notes for Lord John Segrave:

4th Lord Segrave

Notes for Margaret Plantagenet:

Countess of Norfolk

Child of John Segrave and Margaret Plantagenet is:

508533 i. Elizabeth de Segrave, born 25 Oct 1338 in Croxton, Lincolnshire, England; died 24 Mar 1397/98 in England; married Lord John III de Mowbray 25 Mar 1349 in England.

 

1017068. Sir Richard Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1306 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died 24 Jan 1374/75 in Arundel, Sussex, England. He was the son of 2034136. Edmund Fitz Alan and 2034137. Alice de Warenne. He married 1017069. Lady Eleanor Plantagenet 05 Feb 1344/45 in Ditton, England.

1017069. Lady Eleanor Plantagenet, born Bet. 1311 - 1316 in Grismond, Monmouth, England; died 11 Jan 1371/72 in Arundel, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of 2034130. Henry Plantagenet and 2034131. Maud de Chaworth.

Notes for Sir Richard Fitz Alan:

10th Earl of Arundel

Notes for Lady Eleanor Plantagenet:

Eleanor de Lancaster

Children of Richard Fitz Alan and Eleanor Plantagenet are:

i. Sir John Fitz Alan de Arundel, born Bef. 1345 in of Arundel; died 15 Dec 1379 in drowned in the Irish Sea; married Lady Alianor Eleanor Maltravers; born Abt. 1345; died 10 Jan 1404/05.

Notes for Sir John Fitz Alan de Arundel:

Baron Maltroves; Lord Maltraver; 1st Baron Maltravers

508534 ii. Sir Richard Fitz Alan, born 1346 in England; died 1398 in Cheapside, London, England; married (1) Elizabeth de Bohun 28 Sep 1359; married (2) Phillipa Mortimer 1390 in Cheapside, London, England.

iii. Joan Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1350; died 07 Apr 1419; married Earl Humphrey IX de Bohun; born 24 Mar 1341/42; died 16 Jan 1372/73.

Notes for Earl Humphrey IX de Bohun:

7th Earl of Hereford, 6th Earl of Essex and 2nd Earl of Northampton

iv. Alice Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1352 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died 17 Mar 1415/16; married Sir Thomas II de Holand 10 Apr 1364; born 1354 in Upholand, Lancaster, England; died 25 Apr 1397.

Notes for Alice Fitz Alan:

Alice Fitz Alan is the daugher of Richard Fitz Alan and Eleanor Plantagenet.

Notes for Sir Thomas II de Holand:

K. G., 2nd Earl of Kent.

v. Thomas Fitz Alan, born 1353; died 19 Feb 1413/14.

Notes for Thomas Fitz Alan:

Archbishop of Canterbury in 1397 and from 1399 until his death; Thomas Arundel

 

1017070. Sir William de Bohun, born Abt. 1310; died 16 Sep 1360. He was the son of 2034140. Humphrey VIII de Bohun and 2034141. Elizabeth Plantagenet. He married 1017071. Elizabeth de Badlesmere Abt. 1338.

1017071. Elizabeth de Badlesmere, born Abt. 1300 in Sussex, England; died 08 Jun 1355 in England. She was the daughter of 2034142. Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere and 2034143. Margaret de Clare.

Notes for Sir William de Bohun:

1st Earl of Northampton

Children of William de Bohun and Elizabeth de Badlesmere are:

508535 i. Elizabeth de Bohun, born Abt. 1345 in England; died 03 Apr 1385 in England; married Sir Richard Fitz Alan 28 Sep 1359.

ii. Earl Humphrey IX de Bohun, born 24 Mar 1341/42; died 16 Jan 1372/73; married Joan Fitz Alan; born Abt. 1350; died 07 Apr 1419.

Notes for Earl Humphrey IX de Bohun:

7th Earl of Hereford, 6th Earl of Essex and 2nd Earl of Northampton

 

Generation No. 21

2033664. James Norwood, born Abt. 1360; died Abt. 1416. He was the son of 4067328. John de Northwode and 4067329. Joan Hert. He married 2033665. Margaret Gralle.

2033665. Margaret Gralle She was the daughter of 4067330. Robert Gralle.

Child of James Norwood and Margaret Gralle is:

1016832 i. John Norwood, born Aft. 1380; married Margaret Martin.

 

2033666. John Martin

Child of John Martin is:

1016833 i. Margaret Martin, married John Norwood.

 

2033794. Alexander de Besford He married 2033795. Beatrice Thornden.

2033795. Beatrice Thornden

Child of Alexander de Besford and Beatrice Thornden is:

1016897 i. Agnes de Besford, married Thomas de Throckmorton Abt. 1381.

 

2033840. Lord Henry Fitz Hugh, born Abt. 1338; died 29 Aug 1386. He was the son of 4067680. Henry Fitzhenry and 4067681. Joan de Forneaux. He married 2033841. Joan le Scrope Abt. 1362 in Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England.

2033841. Joan le Scrope, born Abt. 1338 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died 1386. She was the daughter of 4067682. Sir Henry le Scrope and 4067683. Joan Agnes <Unknown>.

Notes for Lord Henry Fitz Hugh:

2nd Lord of Fitzhugh.

Child of Henry Fitz Hugh and Joan le Scrope is:

1016920 i. Lord Henry Fitzhugh, born 1358; died 1425; married Elizabeth de Gray.

 

2033842. Sir Robert de Grey aka Marmion, born Abt. 1345 in Wilcote, Oxfordshire, England; died Bef. 30 Nov 1367 in of Rotherfield. He was the son of 4067684. Sir John de Grey and 4067685. Avice Marmion. He married 2033843. Lora de St. Quintin.

2033843. Lora de St. Quintin, born Abt. 1342 in Stanton St Quintin, Wiltshire, England; died 1369 in Brandesburton, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of 4067686. Baron Herbert VII de St. Quintin and 4067687. Margery de l'Isle.

Notes for Sir Robert de Grey aka Marmion:

Lord of Wilcote; took name of Marmion

Child of Robert Marmion and Lora de St. Quintin is:

1016921 i. Elizabeth de Gray, born 1365 in Wilcote, Oxfordshire, England; died 14 Dec 1427; married Lord Henry Fitzhugh.

 

2033844. Lord Robert Willoughby, born 1343 in Eresby, England; died 09 Aug 1396. He was the son of 4067688. John Willoughby and 4067689. Cecily de Ufford. He married 2033845. Alice Skipwith Bef. 1370.

2033845. Alice Skipwith She was the daughter of 4067690. Sir William Skipwith and 4067691. Alice de Hiltoft.

Notes for Lord Robert Willoughby:

4th Lord of Willoughby.

Notes for Alice Skipwith:

allegedly er dau of Sir William Skipwith

Child of Robert Willoughby and Alice Skipwith is:

1016922 i. Lord William Willoughby, born Abt. 1370 in de Eresby; died 04 Dec 1409; married (1) Joan de Holand; married (2) Lucy le Strange Bef. 13 Apr 1383.

 

2033846. Lord Sir Roger le Strange, born Abt. 1325 in of Knockyn, Shropshire, England; died 26 Aug 1382 in Kenewyleswode, Wales. He was the son of 4067692. Roger le Strange and 4067693. Joan de Ingham. He married 2033847. Alyne Olive Fitz Alan.

2033847. Alyne Olive Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1320 in Arundel, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of 2034136. Edmund Fitz Alan and 2034137. Alice de Warenne.

Notes for Lord Sir Roger le Strange:

Fifth Baron and Fifth Lord. Several records say Robert le Strange.

6th Baron Strange of Knockin

Notes for Alyne Olive Fitz Alan:

Aliave FitzAlan.

Children of Roger le Strange and Alyne Fitz Alan are:

1016923 i. Lucy le Strange, born Abt. 1367 in Knockyn, Shropshire, England; married Lord William Willoughby Bef. 13 Apr 1383.

ii. John le Strange, born Abt. 1352; died 28 Jul 1397; married Maud de Mohun Bef. 1381; born Bef. 1363; died 20 Sep 1400.

Notes for John le Strange:

Lord

iii. Eubolo le Strange, born Aft. 1350.

iv. Isabel le Strange, born Aft. 1350.

 

2033848. John de Neville, born 1328 in Of Raby with Keverstone, Durham, England; died 17 Oct 1388 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England. He was the son of 4067696. Sir Ralph de Neville and 4067697. Alice d'Audley. He married 2033849. Matilda Maud de Percy 1364.

2033849. Matilda Maud de Percy, born Abt. 1335 in Alnwich, Northumberland, England; died Bef. 18 Feb 1377/78. She was the daughter of 4067698. Sir Henry de Percy and 4067699. Idonea de Clifford.

Notes for John de Neville:

Lord Neville

Children of John de Neville and Matilda de Percy are:

i. Alice de Neville, born Abt. 1358 in of Raby, Keverstone, Durham, England; died 20 Jun 1433; married William Deincourt Bef. 1380 in Of Raby, Durham, England; born Bet. 1354 - 1358.

ii. Eleanor de Neville, born Abt. 1360; married Ralph Lumley; born Abt. 1360.

iii. Thomas Neville, born Abt. 1362 in Of Raby, Durham, England; died 14 Mar 1406/07 in of Hallamshire; married (1) Joan de Furnival Bef. 01 Jul 1379; born Nov 1368; died 1395; married (2) Baroness Ankaret le Strange 04 Jul 1401; born 1361; died 01 Jun 1413.

Notes for Thomas Neville:

5th Lord Furnival, Treasurer of England

Notes for Baroness Ankaret le Strange:

Heiress to her aunt, Elizabeth Strange, 6th Lady Strange of Blackmere, by which she became 7th Lady Strange of Blackmere.

iv. Iolande de Neville, born Abt. 1362.

v. Elizabeth de Neville, born Abt. 1369.

vi. Maud de Neville, born Abt. 1367; married William le Scrope; born Abt. 1349 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died Abt. 1399 in (beheaded) London, England.

1016924 vii. Earl Ralph de Neville, born 1364 in Castle Raby, Durham, England; died 21 Oct 1425 in Castle Raby, Durham, England; married (1) Margaret de Stafford Abt. 1382 in Stafford, England; married (2) Joan de Beaufort 03 Feb 1395/96 in Chateau de Beaufort, Meuse-et-Loire, France.

 

2033852. Sir John Montagu, born Abt. 1350; died 05 Jan 1399/00. He was the son of 4067704. John Montagu and 4067705. Margaret de Monthermer. He married 2033853. Maud Francis.

2033853. Maud Francis, born Aft. 1350. She was the daughter of 4067706. Adam Francis and 4067707. Alice de Champneis.

Notes for Sir John Montagu:

3rd Earl of Salisbury

Sir John succeeded to the title of Earl of Salisbury in 1397 on the death of his uncle.

"John de Montacute or Montagu, 3rd Earl of Salisbury". Dictionary of National Biography

Children of John Montagu and Maud Francis are:

i. Anne Montagu, born 1384 in of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; died 27 Nov 1457; married Sir Richard Hankeford; born Abt. 1380 in of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

ii. Richard de Montacute

iii. Elizabeth de Montacute, married Robert Willoughby; died 1452.

Notes for Robert Willoughby:

Robert Lord Willoughby of Eresby

iv. Margaret de Montacute, married William Ferrers; died 1445.

Notes for William Ferrers:

William Lord Ferrers of Groby

1016926 v. Thomas de Montacute, born 1388; died Abt. 03 Nov 1428 in Siege of Orleans; married (1) Alianore de Holand 23 May 1399; married (2) Alice Chaucer Aft. 1415.

 

2033854. Sir Thomas II de Holand, born 1354 in Upholand, Lancaster, England; died 25 Apr 1397. He was the son of 4067708. Lord Thomas I de Holand and 4067709. Joan Plantagenet. He married 2033855. Alice Fitz Alan 10 Apr 1364.

2033855. Alice Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1352 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died 17 Mar 1415/16. She was the daughter of 1017068. Sir Richard Fitz Alan and 1017069. Lady Eleanor Plantagenet.

Notes for Sir Thomas II de Holand:

K. G., 2nd Earl of Kent.

Notes for Alice Fitz Alan:

Alice Fitz Alan is the daugher of Richard Fitz Alan and Eleanor Plantagenet.

Children of Thomas de Holand and Alice Fitz Alan are:

1016927 i. Alianore de Holand, born Bef. 1375; died Bet. 06 Oct 1405 - 1406; married (1) Roger Mortimer Bef. 1390; married (2) Lord Edward Cherleton Abt. 1397; married (3) Thomas de Montacute 23 May 1399.

ii. Margaret de Holand, born Abt. 1377 in Upholland, Lancashire, England; died 31 Dec 1439 in St Saviour's Monastery, Bermondsey, Surrey, England; married (1) John Beaufort Bef. 18 Sep 1397 in Upholland, Lancashire, England; born Abt. 1371 in Beaufort Castle, Pottersgate, Lincolnshire, England; died 16 Mar 1409/10 in London, Middlesex, England; married (2) Thomas of England 10 Nov 1411.

Notes for Margaret de Holand:

Duchess of Clarenc

Notes for John Beaufort:

Earl of Somerset, Marquess of Dorset, Lord High Admiral of England, and Marquess of Somerset.

iii. Joan de Holand, born 1380 in Upholland, Lancashire, England; died 12 Apr 1434; married Edmund 'of Langley' Plantagenet Bef. 04 Nov 1393; born 05 Jun 1341 in Hertfordshire, England; died 01 Aug 1402 in Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for Edmund 'of Langley' Plantagenet:

Edmund, Duke of York, K.G.

iv. Edmund de Holand, born 06 Jan 1382/83 in Brockenhurst, Kent, England; died 15 Sep 1408 in Ile de Brehat, Cotes-du-Nord, France; married (1) Constance Plantagenet 24 Jan 1406/07; born Abt. 1374 in York Co., England; died 28 Nov 1416 in Reading, Berkshire, England; married (2) Lucia Visconti; died 14 Apr 1424.

 

2033896. John Wentworth I He was the son of 4067792. William Wentworth III and 4067793. Isabel Pollington. He married 2033897. Jane le Tyas.

2033897. Jane le Tyas She was the daughter of 4067794. Richard le Tyas and 4067795. Alice de Tankersly.

Notes for Jane le Tyas:

or Alice Bisset

Child of John Wentworth and Jane le Tyas is:

1016948 i. John Wentworth II, born in North Elmsall, England; married Agnes Dronsfield.

 

2033900. Sir Philip le Despencer, born 18 Oct 1342; died 04 Aug 1401. He was the son of 4067800. Philip le Despencer and 4067801. Joan de Cobham. He married 2033901. Elizabeth <Unknown>.

2033901. Elizabeth <Unknown>

Children of Philip le Despencer and Elizabeth <Unknown> are:

1016950 i. Sir Philip le Despencer, born 1365 in Suffolk, England; died 20 Jun 1424; married Elizabeth Tibetot.

ii. Alice (Joan) le Despencer, born Aft. 1361; married Sir John IV de Sutton; born 06 Dec 1361.

 

2033902. Lord Sir Robert Tibetot, born 11 Jun 1341 in Nettlestead, Suffolk, England; died 13 Apr 1372 in Gascony, France. He was the son of 4067804. John de Tibetot and 4067805. Margaret (Maud) de Badlesmere. He married 2033903. Margaret Deincourt.

2033903. Margaret Deincourt, born Abt. 1324 in Blankney, Lincolnshire, England; died 02 Apr 1380. She was the daughter of 4067806. Lord Sir William Deincourt and 4067807. Milicent la Zouche.

Notes for Lord Sir Robert Tibetot:

Baron3rd Lord Tibetot

Children of Robert Tibetot and Margaret Deincourt are:

i. Margaret Tibetot

ii. William Tibetot

1016951 iii. Elizabeth Tibetot, born 1371 in Nettlestead, Nottinghamshire, England; died Bef. 1424; married Sir Philip le Despencer.

 

2033904. Sir John de Stafford, born Abt. 1337 in Turnbridge, Stafford, England; died in of Bramshall. He was the son of 4067808. William de Stafford. He married 2033905. Margaret de Stafford Bef. 1354.

2033905. Margaret de Stafford, born Bef. 1336 in Of Wichham, Norfolk, England; died 06 Apr 1418 in Over Peover, England. She was the daughter of 4067810. Earl Ralph de Stafford and 4067811. Katherine de Hastings.

Notes for Margaret de Stafford:

Shown by some to be the daughter of John de Stafford b 1361 Bramshall, Staffordshire, England and Margaret de Stafford of Turnbridge. She would have been much younger in that case. I show her as John's widow, but that he must have been born c. 1337.

"Daughter and heir of Sir John de Stafford of Wickham (co Norfolk, kt), remarried to John Maynwaryng of Over Peover, about 13 Ric. 2, died 6 Hen 5. Monument at Over Peover"

Child of John de Stafford and Margaret de Stafford is:

1016952 i. Ralph de Stafford, born Abt. 1354; died 01 Mar 1409/10 in Hastings, England; married Maud de Hastings Abt. Aug 1373.

 

2033906. John de Hastings, born Bef. 1328 in Of Chelsea, England; died in Of Grafton, Worcester, England. He was the son of 4067812. John de Hastings and 4067813. Blanche <Unknown>. He married 2033907. Maud Trussell Abt. 1358.

2033907. Maud Trussell, born Abt. 1340; died 20 Jul 1369. She was the daughter of 4067814. Sir Warren Trussell and 4067815. Maud de Saint Philibert.

Notes for John de Hastings:

John Hastang

Notes for Maud Trussell:

"only daughter and heir", indicating it is possible that other daughters died young.

Children of John de Hastings and Maud Trussell are:

1016953 i. Maud de Hastings, born Bef. 02 Feb 1358/59 in of Leamington House, co. Warwick; died Aft. 1374; married Ralph de Stafford Abt. Aug 1373.

ii. Joan de Hastings, married (1) John de Salisbury; married (2) Rustin de Villanueve; married (3) Roger de Swinnerton.

 

2033908. Robert Burdett, born Abt. 1330. He married 2033909. Eleanor Veale.

2033909. Eleanor Veale, born Abt. 1330.

Child of Robert Burdett and Eleanor Veale is:

1016954 i. Sir John Burdett, born Abt. 1350; died in of Huncote, Leicestershire, England; married (1) Catherine de Arderne; married (2) Margaret Fitton.

 

2033910. Sir John de Arderne, born Abt. 1288 in Aldford, Cheshire, England; died in Of Cheshire, England. He was the son of 4067820. John de Arderne and 4067821. Margaret Griffith. He married 2033911. Ellena de Wasteneys Bef. 1334.

2033911. Ellena de Wasteneys, born Bef. 1316.

Notes for Ellena de Wasteneys:

Ellena was a cousin of John de Arderne

Children of John de Arderne and Ellena de Wasteneys are:

i. Matilda de Arderne, born Abt. 1333 in Adlington, Cheshire, England; married Robert de Legh; born Abt. 1333 in Adlington, Cheshire, England; died Abt. 1365.

ii. Sir Thomas de Arderne, born Abt. 1337 in of Elford, Staffordshire, England; died 24 Jun 1391 in Elford, Staffordshire, England; married Matilda Stafforde Bef. 1369; born Abt. 1346 in Pipe, Staffordshire, England.

iii. Isabella de Arderne, married Sir Hugh de Wrottesley Abt. 1370.

iv. Walkelyn de Arderne

Notes for Walkelyn de Arderne:

Illegitimate son of his mother.

v. Elizabeth de Arderne

vi. Aline de Arderne

vii. Cicely de Arderne

1016955 viii. Catherine de Arderne, born Aft. 1355; married Sir John Burdett.

 

2033918. Sir John Engaine, born 30 May 1302; died 16 Feb 1367/68. He was the son of 4067836. Sir Nicholas Engaine and 4067837. Anice de Faucomberge. He married 2033919. Joan Peverel.

2033919. Joan Peverel, born in of Sastle Ashby, co Northampton.

Child of John Engaine and Joan Peverel is:

1016959 i. Elizabeth Engaine, married Sir Lawrence Pabenham.

 

2033928. Robert Bracci, born 1315 in Warnedon, England. He was the son of 4067856. William Bracci and 4067857. Joan <Unknown>. He married 2033929. Juliana <Unknown>.

2033929. Juliana <Unknown>, born 1319 in Worcestershire, England.

Child of Robert Bracci and Juliana <Unknown> is:

1016964 i. Sir William Bracci, born 1338 in Warnedon, England; married Joan <Unknown>.

 

2033952. Sir Giles de Beauchamp, born Abt. 1303; died Oct 1361. He was the son of 4067904. Walter de Beauchamp and 4067905. Alice de Toeni. He married 2033953. Catherine de Bures Aft. 1335.

2033953. Catherine de Bures, born Bet. 1312 - 1315; died Aft. Oct 1355. She was the daughter of 4067906. Sir John de Bures and 4067907. Hawise de Muscegros.

Children of Giles de Beauchamp and Catherine de Bures are:

i. Roger Beauchamp, born Abt. 1335; died 03 Jan 1379/80; married Sybil de Pateshull Bef. 1363; born Bef. 1337.

Notes for Roger Beauchamp:

1st Lord Beauchamp of Bletsoe, M.P.

1016976 ii. John de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1335; died 1390; married Elizabeth de St. John.

 

2033954. Sir John de St. John He married 2033955. Katherine Say.

2033955. Katherine Say, died 1405. She was the daughter of 4067910. Geoffrey Geffrid de Saye III and 4067911. Ideona de Leybourne.

Child of John de St. John and Katherine Say is:

1016977 i. Elizabeth de St. John, born 1331; died 1411; married John de Beauchamp.

 

2034072. Edward III Plantagenet King of England, born 13 Nov 1312 in Windsor Castle, England; died 21 Jun 1377 in Sheen Palace, Surrey. He was the son of 4068144. Edward II Plantagenet King of England and 4068145. Isabelle of France. He married 2034073. Countess Philippa de Hainault 24 Jan 1327/28 in York Minster, England.

2034073. Countess Philippa de Hainault, born 24 Jun 1311 in Mons, Hainault, Belgium; died 14 Aug 1369 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England. She was the daughter of 4068146. Willem III d'Avesnes and 4068147. Jeanne de Valois.

Notes for Edward III Plantagenet King of England:

Edward III, the eldest son of Edward II and Isabella of France, was born in 1312. His youth was spent in his mother's court, until he was crowned at age fourteen, in 1327. Edward was dominated by his mother and her lover, Roger Mortimer, until 1330, when Mortimer was executed and Isabella was exiled from court. Philippa of Hainault married Edward in 1328 and bore him many children; the 75% survival rate of her children (nine out of twelve) was incredible considering conditions of the day.

The Hundred Years' War occupied the largest part of Edward's reign. He and Edward Baliol defeated David II of Scotland , and drove him into exile in 1333. The French cooperation with the Scots, French aggression in Gascony, and Edward's claim to the throne of France (through his mother Isabella; the Capetians failed to produce a male heir) led to the outbreak of War. The sea battle of Sluys (1340) gave England control of the Channel, and battles at Crecy (1346), Calais (1347), and Poitiers (1356) demonstrated English supremacy on the land. Edward, the Black Prince and eldest son of Edward III, excelled during this first phase of the war.

The Black Death swept across England and northern Europe throughout 1348-1350, removing as much as half the population. The Treaty of Bretigny in 1360 brought a respite until the resumption of hostilities in 1369. English military strength, weakened considerably after the plague, gradually lost so much ground that by 1375, Edward agreed to the Treaty of Bruges, which only left England Calais, Bordeaux, and Bayonne.

Domestically, England saw many changes during Edward's reign. Parliament divided into two Houses - Lords and Commons - and met regularly to finance the war. Treason was defined by statute for the first time (1352), the office of Justice of the Peace was created (1361), and English replaced French as the national language (1362). Philippa died in 1369 and the last years of Edward's reign mirrored the first; he was once again dominated by a woman, his mistress, Alice Perrers. Alice preferred one of Edward's other sons, John of Gaunt, over the Black Prince, which caused political conflicts in Edward's last years.

Edward, the Black Prince, died one year before his father. Rafael Holinshed intimated that Edward spent his last year in grief and remorse, believing the death of his son was a punishment for usurping his father's crown. In Chronicles of England , Holinshed wrote: "But finally the thing that most grieved him, was the loss of that most noble gentleman, his dear son Prince Edward ... But this and other mishaps that chanced to him now in his old years. might seem to come to pass for a revenge of his disobedience showed to his in usurping against him..."

Children of Edward of England and Philippa de Hainault are:

i. Edward Plantagenet, born 15 Jun 1330 in Woodstock Palace, Oxfordshire, England; died 08 Jun 1376 in Westminister Palace, Berkshire, England; married Joan Plantagenet 10 Oct 1361 in Old Windsor, Berkshire, England; born 29 Sep 1328 in Wallingford Castle, Berkshire, England; died 08 Aug 1385 in Wallingford, Berkshire, England.

Notes for Edward Plantagenet:

Edward, "The Black Prince", Pr of Wales, Duke of county of Cornwal 13.3.1337

Notes for Joan Plantagenet:

"Fair Maid of Kent" ; Countess of Kent; Joan of Kent, had secretly married Thomas Holland, but also married William Montagu. After years, that marriage was annulled.

ii. Isabel Plantagenet, born 16 Jun 1332 in Woodstock Palace, Oxfordshire, England; died Bef. 04 May 1379; married Enguerrand VII de Coucy 27 Jul 1365 in Windsor, Berkshire, England; born 1342; died 1397.

Notes for Enguerrand VII de Coucy:

Cte de Soissons, Earl of Bedford

iii. Joan Plantagenet, born Feb 1334/35 in Woodstock Palace, Oxfordshire, England; died 02 Sep 1348 in Loremo.

iv. William Plantagenet, born Bef. 16 Feb 1336/37 in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England; died Bef. 08 Jul 1337.

v. Lionel Plantagenet, born 29 Nov 1338 in Antwerp, Belgium; died 10 Dec 1363 in Alba, Piedmont; married (1) Elizabeth de Burgh 09 Sep 1342 in Tower of London, England; born 06 Jul 1332 in Carrickfergus Castle, Ulster, Ireland; died 10 Dec 1363 in Dublin, Ireland; married (2) Violanta Visconti 1348 in Milano, Milano, Italy; born Abt. 1326; died Nov 1386.

Notes for Lionel Plantagenet:

Lionel of Clarence; Lionel of Antwerp. Was this an arranged marriage at an early age, or a wrong marriage date?

1017036 vi. John 'of Gaunt' Plantagenet King of England, born Mar 1339/40 in Abbaye de St. Bavon, Ghent, Belgium; died 03 Feb 1398/99 in Leicester Castle, England; married (1) Marie St. Hilaire Bef. 1359 in Reading, Berkshire, England; married (2) Blanche Plantagenet 13 May 1359 in Queen's Chapel, Reading; married (3) Constanza Perez de Castile y Léon Sep 1371 in Rochefort-sur-Mer, Charente-Maritime, France; married (4) Katherine de Roet 13 Jan 1396/97 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

vii. Edmund 'of Langley' Plantagenet, born 05 Jun 1341 in Hertfordshire, England; died 01 Aug 1402 in Hertfordshire, England; married (1) Isabel Perez de Castile Aft. 01 Jan 1371/72 in Hertford Castle, England; born 1355 in Morales, Tordesillas, Villadolid, Spain; died 23 Dec 1392; married (2) Joan de Holand Bef. 04 Nov 1393; born 1380 in Upholland, Lancashire, England; died 12 Apr 1434.

Notes for Edmund 'of Langley' Plantagenet:

Edmund, Duke of York, K.G.

Notes for Isabel Perez de Castile:

Isabel, dau. of King Peter of Castile and Leon. Princess of Castile & Leon

viii. Blanche Plantagenet, born Mar 1342/43 in Tower of London, England; died Mar 1342/43 in Tower of London, England.

ix. Mary Plantagenet, born 10 Oct 1344 in Waltham, Near Winchester; died 1362; married Jean V de Dreux 1361 in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England; born 1340; died 01 Nov 1399 in Nantes.

Notes for Jean V de Dreux:

John IV of Montfort, Duke of Brittany 5th ; and Earl of Richmond, Count of Montford.

x. Margaret Plantagenet, born 20 Jul 1346 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England; died Aft. 01 Oct 1361; married John de Hastings 19 May 1359 in Reading, Berkshire, England; born 29 Aug 1347; died 16 Apr 1375.

Notes for John de Hastings:

12th Earl of Pembroke

xi. William Plantagenet, born Bef. 24 Jun 1348 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England; died Bef. 05 Sep 1348.

xii. Thomas Plantagenet, born 07 Jan 1354/55 in Woodstock; died 09 Sep 1397 in murdered at Calais, Pas-de-Calis, France; married Eleanor de Bohun; born 1366 in Hereford, England; died 03 Oct 1399 in Barking Abbey, Essex, England.

Notes for Thomas Plantagenet:

Thomas of Woodstock ; Duke of Gloucester 1386, Earl of Buckingham 1378

Notes for Eleanor de Bohun:

or Alenore, Alianore ; died a nun at Barking

 

2034074. Payn de Roet, born Abt. 1320 in Guienne, SW France; died Abt. 1371.

Notes for Payn de Roet:

Payn de Roet, Knight ; Guienne King of Arms

Children of Payn de Roet are:

i. Phillipa de Roet, born 1348; died 1387; married Geoffrey Chaucer; born 1343; died 1400.

Notes for Geoffrey Chaucer:

The poet.

1017037 ii. Katherine de Roet, born 1350 in Picardy, Somme, France; died 10 May 1403 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England; married (1) Sir Hugh Swynford; married (2) John 'of Gaunt' Plantagenet King of England 13 Jan 1396/97 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

 

2034112. Sir Maurice de Berkeley, born Apr 1271 in Berkeley, Gloucester, England; died 31 May 1326 in Wallingford Castle, England. He was the son of 4068224. Sir Thomas 'The Wise' de Berkeley and 4068225. Joan de Ferrers. He married 2034113. Eva la Zouche.

2034113. Eva la Zouche, born Bet. 1278 - 1279 in Harringworth, Northamptonshire, England; died 05 Dec 1314. She was the daughter of 4068226. Eudo la Zouche and 4068227. Millicent de Cantelou.

Notes for Sir Maurice de Berkeley:

The Magnanimous - Lord of Berkeley, Chief Justicar of South Wales in 1316. Seneschal of Acquitaine in 1320. Vice-Constable of England in 1297.

Children of Maurice de Berkeley and Eva la Zouche are:

1017056 i. Thomas de Berkeley, born Bet. 1292 - 1295 in Berkeley, Gloucester, England; died 27 Oct 1361 in Berkeley, Gloucester, England; married (1) Margaret Mortimer 25 Jul 1320 in England; married (2) Katharine Klivedon 03 Jun 1347 in Charfield, Gloucester, England.

ii. Maurice de Berkeley, born Abt. 1298; died Bet. 1345 - 1346; married Margery Berkeley; born 1302; died 1349.

iii. Isabel de Berkeley, born Abt. 1308 in Westmoreland, England; died 25 Jul 1362 in Westmoreland, England; married (1) Robert de Clifford Jun 1328; born 05 Nov 1305 in England; died 20 May 1344 in England; married (2) Baron Sir Thomas Musgrave Bef. 1337; born Abt. 1302 in Musgrave, Westmoreland, England; died 1372 in Kirby, Steven, Westmoreland, England.

 

2034114. Sir Roger de Mortimer, born 25 Apr 1287; died 1330 in Elmes, England. He was the son of 4068228. Lord Edmund de Mortimer and 4068229. Margaret de Fiennes. He married 2034115. Joan de Geneville Bef. 06 Oct 1302.

2034115. Joan de Geneville, born 02 Feb 1285/86; died 19 Oct 1356. She was the daughter of 4068230. Piers de Geneville and 4068231. Joan le Brun.

Notes for Sir Roger de Mortimer:

1st Earl of March

Children of Roger de Mortimer and Joan de Geneville are:

1017057 i. Margaret Mortimer, born Abt. 1304 in England; died 1337 in England; married Thomas de Berkeley 25 Jul 1320 in England.

ii. Edmund de Mortimer, born Aft. 1307; died 21 Jan 1330/31; married Elizabeth de Badlesmere 27 Jun 1316 in England; born Abt. 1300 in Sussex, England; died 08 Jun 1355 in England.

iii. Katherine de Mortimer, born Abt. 1320; died 1371; married Earl Thomas de Beauchamp 1337; born 14 Feb 1313/14 in Warwick Castle, England; died 13 Nov 1369 in Calais, Pas-de-Calais, France.

Notes for Katherine de Mortimer:

Countess of Warwick

Notes for Earl Thomas de Beauchamp:

11th Earl of Warwick.

iv. Maude de Mortimer, married John Cherlton.

Notes for John Cherlton:

Lord Cherlton

v. Joan de Mortimer, born Bef. 1316; died Bet. 1337 - 1351; married Sir James de Audley; born Abt. 1313; died 1386.

vi. Beatrice Mortimer, died 16 Oct 1383; married Edward Plantagenet Abt. 1327; born Abt. 1319; died Bet. 1332 - Aug 1334.

vii. Blanche de Mortimer, born Aft. 1302; died 1347; married Piers de Grandison Bef. 10 Jun 1320; born 1287; died 10 Aug 1358.

 

2034116. Earl Hugh le Despencer, born 01 Mar 1260/61; died 27 Oct 1326. He was the son of 4068232. Hugh le Despencer and 4068233. Aliva Bassett. He married 2034117. Isabel de Beauchamp.

2034117. Isabel de Beauchamp, born Abt. 1266. She was the daughter of 4068234. Earl William de Beauchamp and 4068235. Maud Fitz John.

Notes for Earl Hugh le Despencer:

Earl of Winchester.

Children of Hugh le Despencer and Isabel de Beauchamp are:

i. Eleanore le Despencer, born Abt. 1280; died 01 Oct 1328.

1017058 ii. Baron Hugh le Despencer, born Abt. 1280 in England; died 29 Nov 1326 in Hereford, England; married Eleanor de Clare Abt. 14 Jun 1306.

iii. Margaret le Despencer, born Abt. 1280; married John de St. Amand; born Abt. 1278; died Bef. 25 Jan 1329/30.

Notes for John de St. Amand:

MP

iv. Isabel le Despencer, born Abt. 1285; died Dec 1334; married John de Hastings Aft. 1305; born 06 May 1262; died 10 Feb 1312/13.

Notes for John de Hastings:

1st Lord Hastings

v. Philip le Despencer, born Bef. 1293 in Goushill, Lincolnshire, England; died 24 Sep 1313; married Margaret de Goushill; born 12 May 1294 in Goushill, Lincolnshire, England; died 29 Jul 1349 in Nettlestead, Gloucestershire, England.

 

2034118. Gilbert 'the Red' de Clare, born 02 Sep 1243 in Monmouth Castle, England; died 07 Dec 1295 in Monmouth Castle, England. He was the son of 4068236. Richard de Clare and 4068237. Maud de Lacy. He married 2034119. Joan Plantagenet 30 Apr 1290 in Westminister, London, England.

2034119. Joan Plantagenet, born 1272 in Acre, Palestine; died 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England. She was the daughter of 4068238. Edward I 'Longshanks' of England and 4068239. Elenora de Castile.

Notes for Gilbert 'the Red' de Clare:

One record indicates he died 1314. Gilbert "the Red" de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford

Notes for Joan Plantagenet:

Joan of Acre

Countess of Gloucester and Hertford. Her father had arranged for her to be married to Amadeus of Savoy, but she had already secretly married to Ralph, a member of the Kings household.

Children of Gilbert de Clare and Joan Plantagenet are:

i. Gilbert de Clare, born 11 May 1291; died 24 Jun 1314 in Battle of Bannockburn; married Matilda de Burgh.

Notes for Gilbert de Clare:

8th Earl of Hertford; 9th Earl fo Gloucester

1017059 ii. Eleanor de Clare, born Bef. 1292 in England; died 1337 in England; married Baron Hugh le Despencer Abt. 14 Jun 1306.

iii. Lady Margaret de Clare, born Oct 1292 in Caerphilly Castle; died 09 Apr 1342 in France; married (1) Piers de Gaveston 01 Nov 1307; born Abt. 1284; died 19 Jun 1312 in executed, Blacklow Hill; married (2) Lord Hugh d'Audley II 28 Apr 1317 in Windsor, England; born Abt. 1289; died 10 Nov 1347.

Notes for Lord Hugh d'Audley II:

8th Earl of Gloucester, Ambassador to France.

iv. Baroness Elizabeth de Clare, born 16 Dec 1295 in Tewkesbury, England; died 04 Nov 1360; married (1) John de Burgh Bef. 1312; born Abt. 1290; died 1313; married (2) Roger d'Amory Bef. 1312; born Abt. 1265 in Bletchington, Oxfordshire, England; died Mar 1321/22 in Tutbury Castle, Staffs., England; married (3) Sir Theobald de Verdun Bef. 1316; born Abt. 1290; died 27 Jul 1316; married (4) Lord Knight John Bardolf 25 Dec 1327; born Bef. 1295.

Notes for Baroness Elizabeth de Clare:

Lady of Clare

 

2034128. John I de Mowbray, born 04 Sep 1286; died 23 Mar 1321/22. He was the son of 4068256. Roger de Mowbray and 4068257. Roese de Clare. He married 2034129. Aline de Braose Aft. 1305.

2034129. Aline de Braose, born Abt. 1286; died Bef. 20 Jul 1331.

Notes for Aline de Braose:

also known as Alice Brewer.

Child of John de Mowbray and Aline de Braose is:

1017064 i. Lord John II de Mowbray, born 29 Nov 1310 in Hovington, York, England; died 04 Oct 1361; married Joanna Plantagenet Abt. 28 Feb 1326/27.

 

2034130. Henry Plantagenet, born Abt. 1281 in Grosmont Castle, Monmouthsire, England; died 22 Sep 1345 in Monastery of Cannons, Leicester, England. He was the son of 4068260. Edmund 'Crouchback' Plantagenet and 4068261. Blanche d'Artois. He married 2034131. Maud de Chaworth Bef. 02 Mar 1296/97.

2034131. Maud de Chaworth, born Abt. 1282; died Bet. 19 Feb 1316/17 - 03 Dec 1322. She was the daughter of 4068262. Sir Patrick de Chaworth and 2034117. Isabel de Beauchamp.

Notes for Henry Plantagenet:

3rd Earl of Lancaster & Leicester

Children of Henry Plantagenet and Maud de Chaworth are:

i. Maud Plantagenet, born Bet. 1298 - 1310; died Bef. 05 May 1377 in Campsey Abbey; married (1) William de Burgh 01 May 1327; born 17 Sep 1312; died 06 Jun 1333; married (2) Ralph de Ufford Bef. 06 Jul 1345.

Notes for Maud Plantagenet:

Maud of LancasterDuchess of Bavaria; daughter of Henry of Lancaster

Notes for William de Burgh:

4th Earl of Ulster

ii. Blanche Plantagenet, born Abt. 1305; died 1380; married Thomas Wake Bef. 09 Oct 1316; died 1349.

Notes for Thomas Wake:

Lord Wake

1017069 iii. Lady Eleanor Plantagenet, born Bet. 1311 - 1316 in Grismond, Monmouth, England; died 11 Jan 1371/72 in Arundel, Sussex, England; married (1) Sir John de Beaumont Bef. Jun 1337; married (2) Sir Richard Fitz Alan 05 Feb 1344/45 in Ditton, England.

1017065 iv. Joanna Plantagenet, born Abt. 1312; died Aft. 06 Feb 1344/45; married Lord John II de Mowbray Abt. 28 Feb 1326/27.

v. Henry Plantagenet, born Abt. 1314; died 24 Mar 1360/61 in of the plague at Leicester; married Isabel de Beaumont Abt. 1334; born Abt. 1315; died Aft. 24 Mar 1355/56.

Notes for Henry Plantagenet:

4th Earl & 3rd Duke of Lancaster, Leicester & Derby

vi. Isabel Plantagenet, born Abt. 1317; died Aft. 01 Feb 1346/47.

Notes for Isabel Plantagenet:

Prioress at Amesbury

vii. Mary Plantagenet, born Bet. 1319 - 1321 in Staffordshire, England; died 01 Sep 1362; married Henry de Percy Sep 1334 in Tutbury, Staffordshire, England; born Bet. 1320 - 1321 in Northumberland, England; died 13 May 1368 in Staffordshire, England.

Notes for Henry de Percy:

3rd Lord Percy

 

2034132. Stephen Segrave, born Bef. 1286. He married 2034133. Alice FitzAlan d'Arundel.

2034133. Alice FitzAlan d'Arundel, born Aft. 1286.

Child of Stephen Segrave and Alice d'Arundel is:

1017066 i. Lord John Segrave, born 1306 in England; died 20 Mar 1352/53 in England; married Margaret Plantagenet 1327.

 

2034134. Earl Thomas Plantagenet, born 01 Jun 1300 in Brotherton, Yorkshire, England; died Aug 1338. He was the son of 4068238. Edward I 'Longshanks' of England and 4068269. Margaret le Hardy of France. He married 2034135. Alice Hayles Abt. 1316.

2034135. Alice Hayles, born Aft. 1300; died Aft. 08 May 1326. She was the daughter of 4068270. Sir Roger Hayles.

Notes for Earl Thomas Plantagenet:

Earl of Norfolk 1312

Children of Thomas Plantagenet and Alice Hayles are:

i. Edward Plantagenet, born Abt. 1319; died Bet. 1332 - Aug 1334; married Beatrice Mortimer Abt. 1327; died 16 Oct 1383.

1017067 ii. Margaret Plantagenet, born Abt. 1320 in England; died 24 Mar 1398/99; married (1) Lord John Segrave 1327; married (2) Walter Manny Bef. 30 May 1354.

iii. Alice de Brotherton, born Abt. 1324; died Bef. 16 Nov 1351 in Bungay; married Edward de Montague Bef. 16 Jan 1338/39; born Abt. 1304 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; died Jul 1361.

Notes for Edward de Montague:

Baron Montacute ; Edward de Montagu, Lord Montagu

 

2034136. Edmund Fitz Alan, born 01 May 1285 in Castle of Marlborough in Wiltshire; died 17 Nov 1326 in Hereford, England. He was the son of 4068272. Richard Fitz Alan and 4068273. Alisona 'Alice' de Saluzza. He married 2034137. Alice de Warenne 1305 in England.

2034137. Alice de Warenne, born Jun 1287 in Warren, Sussex, England; died Bef. 23 May 1338 in England. She was the daughter of 4068274. Sir William de Warenne and 4068275. Joan de Vere.

Notes for Edmund Fitz Alan:

9th Earl of Arundel, beheaded at Hereford without trial in 1326. 2nd Lord of Arundel.

Notes for Alice de Warenne:

Lady de Warenne ; Alice de Warren

Children of Edmund Fitz Alan and Alice de Warenne are:

i. Alyne Olive Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1320 in Arundel, Sussex, England; married Lord Sir Roger le Strange; born Abt. 1325 in of Knockyn, Shropshire, England; died 26 Aug 1382 in Kenewyleswode, Wales.

Notes for Alyne Olive Fitz Alan:

Aliave FitzAlan.

Notes for Lord Sir Roger le Strange:

Fifth Baron and Fifth Lord. Several records say Robert le Strange.

6th Baron Strange of Knockin

1017068 ii. Sir Richard Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1306 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died 24 Jan 1374/75 in Arundel, Sussex, England; married (1) Isabelle le Despencer 09 Feb 1320/21; married (2) Lady Eleanor Plantagenet 05 Feb 1344/45 in Ditton, England.

iii. Alice Fitz Alan, married John de Bohun 1325; born 23 Nov 1306 in St Clements, Oxfordshire; died 20 Jan 1335/36 in Kirkby-Thore, Westmorland.

Notes for John de Bohun:

5th Earl of Hereford

 

2034140. Humphrey VIII de Bohun, born 1276 in Pleshy Castle; died 16 Mar 1320/21 in Battle of Bouroughbridge, York, England. He was the son of 4068280. Humphrey VII de Bohun and 4068281. Maud de Fiennes. He married 2034141. Elizabeth Plantagenet 14 Nov 1302 in Westminister, London, England.

2034141. Elizabeth Plantagenet, born 07 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Carnarvon, Flint, Wales; died 05 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, England. She was the daughter of 4068238. Edward I 'Longshanks' of England and 4068239. Elenora de Castile.

Notes for Humphrey VIII de Bohun:

8th Earl of Hereford, 10th Earl of Essex, High Constable of England.

Notes for Elizabeth Plantagenet:

Countess of Holland

Children of Humphrey de Bohun and Elizabeth Plantagenet are:

i. Margaret de Bohun, born 03 Apr 1311 in Caldecote, Northampton, England; died 16 Dec 1391; married Hugh de Courtenay 11 Aug 1325; born 12 Jul 1303 in Okehampton, Devon, England; died 02 May 1377 in Exeter, Devonshire, England.

Notes for Hugh de Courtenay:

Second Earl of Devon.

1017070 ii. Sir William de Bohun, born Abt. 1310; died 16 Sep 1360; married Elizabeth de Badlesmere Abt. 1338.

iii. Eleanor de Bohun, born 17 Oct 1304; died 07 Oct 1363; married Earl James Butler 1327; born Abt. 1305; died 06 Jan 1337/38.

Notes for Earl James Butler:

1st Earl of Ormond ; James le Botiller

iv. Edward de Bohun, born Abt. 1310.

v. John de Bohun, born 23 Nov 1306 in St Clements, Oxfordshire; died 20 Jan 1335/36 in Kirkby-Thore, Westmorland; married (1) Alice Fitz Alan 1325; married (2) Margaret Basset 19 Feb 1330/31; died 1355.

Notes for John de Bohun:

5th Earl of Hereford

 

2034142. Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere, born Abt. 1275 in of Castle Badlesmere, Kent, England; died 14 Apr 1322 in Canterbury, Kent, England. He was the son of 4068284. Gunceline de Badlesmere and 4068285. Joan Fitz Bernard. He married 2034143. Margaret de Clare Abt. 1300 in Kent, England.

2034143. Margaret de Clare, born Abt. 1285; died 1333. She was the daughter of 4068286. Thomas de Clare and 4068287. Juliane Fitz Maurice.

Notes for Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere:

1st Lord Badlesmere

Children of Bartholomew de Badlesmere and Margaret de Clare are:

1017071 i. Elizabeth de Badlesmere, born Abt. 1300 in Sussex, England; died 08 Jun 1355 in England; married (1) Edmund de Mortimer 27 Jun 1316 in England; married (2) Sir William de Bohun Abt. 1338.

ii. Joane de Badlesmere, born Abt. 1306.

iii. Baroness Margery de Badlesmere, born Abt. 1306 in of Castle Badlesmere, Kent, England; died Bef. 22 Oct 1363 in of Helmsley, Yorkshire, England; married Baron William de Ros Bef. 25 Nov 1316; born Abt. 1285 in of Helmsley, Yorkshire, England; died 03 Feb 1341/42 in Priory, Kirkham, Yorkshire, England.

Notes for Baron William de Ros:

Baron Ros

iv. Margaret (Maud) de Badlesmere, born Abt. 1310 in Kent, England; died 24 May 1366; married (1) John de Vere Bef. 27 Mar 1336; born Abt. 12 Mar 1310/11; died 24 Jan 1359/60; married (2) John de Tibetot Bef. 27 Jul 1337; born Abt. 1305; died 1356; married (3) Robert Fitz Payne Aft. 1350.

Notes for John de Vere:

7th Earl of Oxford

v. Giles de Badlesmere, born 01 Oct 1314 in Hambleton, Rutlandshire, England; died 07 Jun 1338; married Elizabeth de Montagu; born Abt. 1314.

 

Generation No. 22

4067328. John de Northwode, born Abt. 1326; died 27 Feb 1378/79. He was the son of 8134656. Roger de Northwode and 8134657. Juliana de Saye. He married 4067329. Joan Hert Abt. 1350.

4067329. Joan Hert, born in of Faversham, England. She was the daughter of 8134658. Robert Hert.

Children of John de Northwode and Joan Hert are:

2033664 i. James Norwood, born Abt. 1360; died Abt. 1416; married Margaret Gralle.

ii. Roger Norwood, born Aft. 1350.

iii. William Norwood

iv. Juliana de Northwode, born Abt. 1362; married John Digges Abt. 1381.

 

4067330. Robert Gralle, born in of County Suffolk, England.

Child of Robert Gralle is:

2033665 i. Margaret Gralle, married James Norwood.

 

4067680. Henry Fitzhenry He married 4067681. Joan de Forneaux.

4067681. Joan de Forneaux

Child of Henry Fitzhenry and Joan de Forneaux is:

2033840 i. Lord Henry Fitz Hugh, born Abt. 1338; died 29 Aug 1386; married Joan le Scrope Abt. 1362 in Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England.

 

4067682. Sir Henry le Scrope, born 28 Sep 1312 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died 31 Jul 1391 in Ghent, Belgium. He was the son of 8135364. Sir Knight Geoffrey le Scrope and 8135365. Ivetta de Ros. He married 4067683. Joan Agnes <Unknown>.

4067683. Joan Agnes <Unknown>, born Aft. 1315 in Clifton, Yorkshire, England.

Notes for Sir Henry le Scrope:

Baron le Scrope; First Lord of Scrope

Children of Henry le Scrope and Joan <Unknown> are:

i. Geoffrey le Scrope, born Abt. 1336 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died Abt. 1362 in Prussia; married Eleanor de Neville; born Abt. 1340.

2033841 ii. Joan le Scrope, born Abt. 1338 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died 1386; married Lord Henry Fitz Hugh Abt. 1362 in Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England.

iii. Stephen le Scrope, born Bet. 1345 - 1351 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died 25 Jan 1403/04 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; married Margery de Welles; born Bef. 1353.

Notes for Stephen le Scrope:

Was he married 15 Dec 1376? If so, the child is linked to the wrong parents.

iv. Henry le Scrope, born Abt. 1347 in Masham, Yorkshire, England.

v. William le Scrope, born Abt. 1349 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died Abt. 1399 in (beheaded) London, England; married Maud de Neville; born Abt. 1367.

vi. Isabelle le Scrope, born 1349 in Clifton, Yorkshire, England; married Robert Plumpton in Masham, Yorkshire, England; born Abt. 1340.

vii. Richard le Scrope, born Abt. 1351 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died 08 Jun 1405 in (beheaded) London, England.

Notes for Richard le Scrope:

Archbishop

viii. John le Scrope, born Abt. 1353 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died 18 Dec 1405.

 

4067684. Sir John de Grey, born 09 Oct 1300; died 01 Sep 1359. He was the son of 8135368. Sir John de Grey and 8135369. Margaret de Odingsell. He married 4067685. Avice Marmion.

4067685. Avice Marmion, born Bef. 01 Mar 1311/12. She was the daughter of 8135370. Lord John Marmion.

Notes for Sir John de Grey:

KG; 1st Lord Grey of Rotherfield

Children of John de Grey and Avice Marmion are:

i. Maud de Grey, born Aft. 1330; died 1391; married Sir Thomas de Harcourt; born Abt. 1330; died 12 Apr 1417 in Ranton Abbey.

2033842 ii. Sir Robert de Grey aka Marmion, born Abt. 1345 in Wilcote, Oxfordshire, England; died Bef. 30 Nov 1367 in of Rotherfield; married Lora de St. Quintin.

 

4067686. Baron Herbert VII de St. Quintin, born 17 Jun 1303 in Brandesburton, Yorkshire, England; died Bef. 10 Jul 1347 in Frome St Quintin, Dorsetshire, England. He married 4067687. Margery de l'Isle.

4067687. Margery de l'Isle, born Aft. 1305. She was the daughter of 8135374. Warin de l'Isle and 8135375. Alice de Teyes.

Notes for Baron Herbert VII de St. Quintin:

Herbert de St. Quintin, who was summoned to parliament as Baron St. Quintin, by King Edward I, 8 June, 1294.* This nobleman m. Margery, sister of Gerard de Lisle, and dau. and co-heir of Warine de Lisle, and left two daus., viz., Elizabeth and Lora. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 470, St. Quintin, Baron St. Quintin]

Child of Herbert de St. Quintin and Margery de l'Isle is:

2033843 i. Lora de St. Quintin, born Abt. 1342 in Stanton St Quintin, Wiltshire, England; died 1369 in Brandesburton, Yorkshire, England; married Sir Robert de Grey aka Marmion.

 

4067688. John Willoughby, born Bef. 06 Jan 1328/29; died 29 Mar 1372. He was the son of 8135376. John Willoughby and 8135377. Joanne Roscelyn. He married 4067689. Cecily de Ufford.

4067689. Cecily de Ufford She was the daughter of 8135378. Robert de Ufford.

Notes for John Willoughby:

JOHN de WILLOUGHBY, 3rd Lord (Baron) Willoughby de Eresby; bapt 6 Jan 1328/9; ktd by May 1347; thought to have assisted at Siege of Calais 1347; fought Battle of Poitiers 19 Sept 1356, campaigning again in France 1359–60 and Gascony 1371; m by 1349 Cecily, 2nd dau of Robert de Ufford, 1st Earl of Suffolk (see SUFFOLK and BERKSHIRE, E, preliminary remarks), and d 29 March 1372, leaving, with at least one other yr s

Notes for Cecily de Ufford:

dau of 1st Earl of Suffolk

Children of John Willoughby and Cecily de Ufford are:

2033844 i. Lord Robert Willoughby, born 1343 in Eresby, England; died 09 Aug 1396; married (1) Alice Skipwith Bef. 1370; married (2) Margery la Zouche Abt. 1380; married (3) Elizabeth <Unknown> Bef. 1395.

ii. William Willoughby

 

4067690. Sir William Skipwith, born 1330 in Lincolnshire, England; died 1395 in Lincolnshire, England. He was the son of 8135380. William de Skipwith and 8135381. Margaret FitzSimon. He married 4067691. Alice de Hiltoft.

4067691. Alice de Hiltoft, born in Lincolnshire, England; died in Lincolnshire, England. She was the daughter of 8135382. Sir William de Hiltoft.

Notes for Sir William Skipwith:

Sir William Skipwith - 11th in line of descent. Reputed to have been a member of Gray's Inn. Was appointed one of the King's Seargents in 1354, and in 1359 became Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. Became Chief Justice for England.

Children of William Skipwith and Alice de Hiltoft are:

i. Sir John Skipwith, born in Skipwith, England; died 15 Jul 1415 in Lincolnshire, England; married Alice Tilney; born in Boston, Leicestershire, England; died 30 Nov 1417 in Lincolnshire, England.

Notes for Sir John Skipwith:

Esquire of Oremsby.

ii. William Skipwith

iii. Patrick Skipwith

iv. Stephen Skipwith

2033845 v. Alice Skipwith, married Lord Robert Willoughby Bef. 1370.

vi. Margaret Anne Skipwith, born 1360; married Sir Henry Vavasour II.

 

4067692. Roger le Strange, born 15 Aug 1301 in Knockyn, Shropshire, England; died 29 Jul 1349. He was the son of 8135384. John le Strange and 8135385. Iseult <Unknown>. He married 4067693. Joan de Ingham Bef. 1321 in Longnor, Shropshire.

4067693. Joan de Ingham, born 1299; died 1337. She was the daughter of 8135386. Sir John II de Ingham and 8135387. Margery <Unknown>.

Notes for Roger le Strange:

5th Baron Strange of Knockin

Children of Roger le Strange and Joan de Ingham are:

2033846 i. Lord Sir Roger le Strange, born Abt. 1325 in of Knockyn, Shropshire, England; died 26 Aug 1382 in Kenewyleswode, Wales; married Alyne Olive Fitz Alan.

ii. Maud le Strange, born Abt. 1321 in Longnor, Shropshire; married Bryan de Cornwall Abt. 1342; born Abt. 1322; died 1392.

Notes for Bryan de Cornwall:

Brian de Cornwall

iii. Alianor le Strange

 

4067696. Sir Ralph de Neville, born Bet. 1290 - 1300; died 1367. He was the son of 8135392. Randolph de Neville and 8135393. Euphemia de Clavering. He married 4067697. Alice d'Audley 14 Jan 1326/27.

4067697. Alice d'Audley, born Aft. 1306; died 11 Jan 1374/75. She was the daughter of 8135394. Nicholas d'Audley and 8135395. Joan Martin.

Notes for Sir Ralph de Neville:

2nd Lord Of Raby

Children of Ralph de Neville and Alice d'Audley are:

2033848 i. John de Neville, born 1328 in Of Raby with Keverstone, Durham, England; died 17 Oct 1388 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England; married (1) Matilda Maud de Percy 1364; married (2) Elizabeth Latimer Bef. 09 Oct 1381 in Raby, Durham, England.

ii. Margaret de Neville, born 12 Feb 1339/40; died 12 May 1372; married Earl Henry V de Percy 12 Jul 1358 in Brancepeth, Durham, England; born 10 Nov 1341 in Northumberland, England; died 19 Feb 1407/08 in Yorkshire, England.

Notes for Earl Henry V de Percy:

1st Earl of Northumberland, Marshal and Constable of England

iii. Thomas de Neville, born Aft. 1341; married Margaret Babington; born Aft. 1341.

 

4067698. Sir Henry de Percy, born 06 Feb 1300/01 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England; died 25 Feb 1351/52 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England. He was the son of 8135396. Henry de Percy and 8135397. Eleanor Fitz Alan. He married 4067699. Idonea de Clifford.

4067699. Idonea de Clifford, born Abt. 1303 in Clifford, Herefordshire, England; died 13 Aug 1365 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England. She was the daughter of 8135398. Robert de Clifford and 8135399. Maud de Clare.

Notes for Sir Henry de Percy:

2nd Lord Percy

Children of Henry de Percy and Idonea de Clifford are:

i. Henry de Percy, born Bet. 1320 - 1321 in Northumberland, England; died 13 May 1368 in Staffordshire, England; married (1) Mary Plantagenet Sep 1334 in Tutbury, Staffordshire, England; born Bet. 1319 - 1321 in Staffordshire, England; died 01 Sep 1362; married (2) Joan de Orreby 1365; died 1369.

Notes for Henry de Percy:

3rd Lord Percy

ii. Isabel de Percy, born Bef. 1313; died Bef. 25 May 1368; married Sir William de Aton Bet. 1327 - 1347; born Aft. 1299; died Bef. Mar 1387/88.

Notes for Sir William de Aton:

2nd Lord Aton

iii. Margaret de Percy, died 02 Sep 1375 in Gyng, Essex, England; married (1) Robert d'Umfraville 20 Jan 1338/39; died Abt. 1347; married (2) Lord William de Ferrers Bef. 25 May 1368; born 28 Feb 1331/32; died 08 Mar 1370/71.

2033849 iv. Matilda Maud de Percy, born Abt. 1335 in Alnwich, Northumberland, England; died Bef. 18 Feb 1377/78; Stepchild; married John de Neville 1364.

v. Eleanor 'Alianora' de Percy, born Abt. 1320; died Abt. 1361; married John Fitzwalter; born 1316; died 1361.

Notes for John Fitzwalter:

Lord Fitzwalter

vi. Thomas de Percy, died 1369.

Notes for Thomas de Percy:

Bp of Norwich

vii. Roger de Percy

viii. Robert de Percy

ix. William de Percy

 

4067704. John Montagu, died Feb 1388/89. He was the son of 8135408. William Montagu and 8135409. Katherine de Grandison. He married 4067705. Margaret de Monthermer.

4067705. Margaret de Monthermer, born 1329; died Mar 1393/94. She was the daughter of 8135410. Thomas de Monthermer and 8135411. Margaret Tiptoft.

Child of John Montagu and Margaret de Monthermer is:

2033852 i. Sir John Montagu, born Abt. 1350; died 05 Jan 1399/00; married Maud Francis.

 

4067706. Adam Francis, born Abt. 1335 in London; died Abt. 1375. He married 4067707. Alice de Champneis.

4067707. Alice de Champneis, born Abt. 1338 in London; died Abt. 1424.

Child of Adam Francis and Alice de Champneis is:

2033853 i. Maud Francis, born Aft. 1350; married Sir John Montagu.

 

4067708. Lord Thomas I de Holand, born Abt. 1314 in Broughton, Buckingham, England; died 26 Dec 1360 in Normandie, France. He was the son of 8135416. Sir Robert de Holand and 8135417. Maud la Zouche. He married 4067709. Joan Plantagenet Bet. 1346 - 1348 in England.

4067709. Joan Plantagenet, born 29 Sep 1328 in Wallingford Castle, Berkshire, England; died 08 Aug 1385 in Wallingford, Berkshire, England. She was the daughter of 8135418. Edmund Plantagenet and 8135419. Margaret Wake.

Notes for Lord Thomas I de Holand:

An Original Knight of the Garter (KG); Earl of Kent

Notes for Joan Plantagenet:

"Fair Maid of Kent" ; Countess of Kent; Joan of Kent, had secretly married Thomas Holland, but also married William Montagu. After years, that marriage was annulled.

Children of Thomas de Holand and Joan Plantagenet are:

i. Maud de Holand, born Bef. 1349; died Bef. 13 Apr 1392; married (1) Sir Hugh Courtenay; born 1345; died 1373; married (2) Ct Valeran III de Luxemburg-St.Pol 1380; born 1355; died 1415 in château d'Yvoy.

ii. Joan de Holand, born 1350; died Aft. 25 Dec 1384; married Jean V de Dreux May 1366 in London; born 1340; died 01 Nov 1399 in Nantes.

Notes for Jean V de Dreux:

John IV of Montfort, Duke of Brittany 5th ; and Earl of Richmond, Count of Montford.

iii. Sir John de Holand, born 1354 in Lancashire, England; died 15 Jan 1399/00 in beheaded Pleshy Castle, Devonshire, England; married Elizabeth Plantagenet 24 Jun 1386 in Plymouth, Devonshire, England; born 21 Feb 1362/63 in Burford, Shropshire, England; died 24 Nov 1425.

Notes for Sir John de Holand:

1st Duke of Exeter

Notes for Elizabeth Plantagenet:

Elizabeth of Lancaster

2033854 iv. Sir Thomas II de Holand, born 1354 in Upholand, Lancaster, England; died 25 Apr 1397; married Alice Fitz Alan 10 Apr 1364.

 

4067792. William Wentworth III He was the son of 8135584. William Wentworth II and 8135585. Dionysia Rotherfield. He married 4067793. Isabel Pollington.

4067793. Isabel Pollington She was the daughter of 8135586. William Pollington and 8135587. Isabella Horbury.

Notes for Isabel Pollington:

or Dyonisia Rotherfield

Child of William Wentworth and Isabel Pollington is:

2033896 i. John Wentworth I, married (1) Jane le Tyas; married (2) Alice Bisset.

 

4067794. Richard le Tyas He married 4067795. Alice de Tankersly.

4067795. Alice de Tankersly

Child of Richard le Tyas and Alice de Tankersly is:

2033897 i. Jane le Tyas, married John Wentworth I.

 

4067800. Philip le Despencer, born 06 Apr 1313; died Aug 1349. He was the son of 8135600. Philip le Despencer and 8135601. Margaret de Goushill. He married 4067801. Joan de Cobham.

4067801. Joan de Cobham, born Abt. 1316; died Bef. 13 May 1357.

Notes for Joan de Cobham:

or Joan de Cobham, daughter of Baron Sir John Cobham.

Children of Philip le Despencer and Joan de Cobham are:

2033900 i. Sir Philip le Despencer, born 18 Oct 1342; died 04 Aug 1401; married Elizabeth <Unknown>.

ii. Hawise le Despencer, born Abt. 1345; died 10 Apr 1414; married Andrew Luttrell 07 Sep 1363; born Bef. 1343.

 

4067804. John de Tibetot, born Abt. 1305; died 1356. He was the son of 8135608. Payn de Tibetot and 8135609. Agnes de Ros. He married 4067805. Margaret (Maud) de Badlesmere Bef. 27 Jul 1337.

4067805. Margaret (Maud) de Badlesmere, born Abt. 1310 in Kent, England; died 24 May 1366. She was the daughter of 2034142. Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere and 2034143. Margaret de Clare.

Notes for John de Tibetot:

Sir John de Tiptoft was a Baron and Earl of Worcester. He was a widely travelled humanist scholar. He introduced with King Edward IV's approval the practice fo impalement for traitors and was nicknamed the butcher of England". He was executed. 2nd Baron Tibetot

Child of John de Tibetot and Margaret de Badlesmere is:

2033902 i. Lord Sir Robert Tibetot, born 11 Jun 1341 in Nettlestead, Suffolk, England; died 13 Apr 1372 in Gascony, France; married Margaret Deincourt.

 

4067806. Lord Sir William Deincourt, born Bef. 1300 in of Blankney, Lincoln, England; died 02 Jun 1364. He was the son of 8135612. John Deincourt. He married 4067807. Milicent la Zouche Bef. 1326.

4067807. Milicent la Zouche, born Bef. 1305; died 22 Jun 1379. She was the daughter of 8135614. Lord William la Zouche and 8135615. Maud Lovel.

Notes for Lord Sir William Deincourt:

2nd Lord Deincourt

Children of William Deincourt and Milicent la Zouche are:

i. Sir William Deincourt, born Aft. 1326; married Margaret de Welle.

2033903 ii. Margaret Deincourt, born Abt. 1324 in Blankney, Lincolnshire, England; died 02 Apr 1380; married Lord Sir Robert Tibetot.

 

4067808. William de Stafford, born Abt. 1308; died in of Bramshall. He was the son of 8135616. Baron Edmund de Stafford and 8135617. Margaret Basset.

Child of William de Stafford is:

2033904 i. Sir John de Stafford, born Abt. 1337 in Turnbridge, Stafford, England; died in of Bramshall; married Margaret de Stafford Bef. 1354.

 

4067810. Earl Ralph de Stafford, born 24 Sep 1301 in Tunbridge, Stafford, England; died 31 Aug 1372 in Tunbridge Castle, England. He was the son of 8135616. Baron Edmund de Stafford and 8135617. Margaret Basset. He married 4067811. Katherine de Hastings.

4067811. Katherine de Hastings, born Aft. 1301 in of Chebsey, co. Stafford; died Bef. 1336. She was the daughter of 8135622. Sir John de Hastings and 8135623. Eve <Unknown>.

Notes for Earl Ralph de Stafford:

1st Earl of Stafford

Ralph's first wife, Katherine, died well before 6 July 1336 on which date a comission was apointed to enquire into a complaint by Hugh de Audley, Lord Audley, soon to be created Earl of Gloucester that Ralph de Stafford and others (mostly relatives) broke his close at Thaxted, Essex, carried away his goods, abducted Margaret his daughter and heiress, and married her against her will. Margaret was then aged about 12. King Edward III intervened to protect Ralph, and after making his peace, Ralph and Margaret were given the reversion to a large part of the Gloucester inheritance. The had two sons and five daughters. Margaret died (perhaps following the birth of her youngest child, Katherine).1st Earl of Stafford

Children of Ralph de Stafford and Katherine de Hastings are:

i. Jane 'Joan' Stafford, born Aft. 1330; married Sir Nicholas Beke; born Abt. 1300.

Notes for Jane 'Joan' Stafford:

This Jane that married Nicholas Beke is shown in another generation to another Ralph that married another Hastings.

ii. Ralph de Stafford, died 1349.

2033905 iii. Margaret de Stafford, born Bef. 1336 in Of Wichham, Norfolk, England; died 06 Apr 1418 in Over Peover, England; married (1) Sir John de Stafford Bef. 1354; married (2) Sir John de Warenne 1371 in Nottinghamshire, England; married (3) John Mainwaring Aft. 1387.

 

4067812. John de Hastings He married 4067813. Blanche <Unknown>.

4067813. Blanche <Unknown>

Notes for John de Hastings:

John Hastang

Child of John de Hastings and Blanche <Unknown> is:

2033906 i. John de Hastings, born Bef. 1328 in Of Chelsea, England; died in Of Grafton, Worcester, England; married Maud Trussell Abt. 1358.

 

4067814. Sir Warren Trussell, born Bef. 1317; died Bef. 12 Feb 1364/65 in of Billesley, Warwickshire. He was the son of 8135628. Sir William Trussell and 8135629. Matilda 'Maud' de Mainwaring. He married 4067815. Maud de Saint Philibert Bef. 1341.

4067815. Maud de Saint Philibert, born Abt. 1320; died Bef. 1419. She was the daughter of 8135630. Sir John de Saint Philibert and 8135631. Ada de Botetourte.

Notes for Sir Warren Trussell:

Warin Trussell ; Warren de Trussell

Knt., of Billesley, Warwickshire, Ravenstone, Buckinghamshire, Willaston, Cheshire, and Little Canfield and Paglesham, Essex, younger son of William Trussell, Knt., of Kibblestone (in Stone), Staffordshire, Marston Trussell, Northamptonshire, and, in right of his wife, of Warmingham, Cheshire, by Maud, daughter and co-heiress of Warin de Mainwaring, Knt. He was evidently born before 1317, adult by 1337. They had one son, Lawrence, and three daughters ...

In 1341 they received a license to have mass celbrated in an oratory within their manor of Billesley for two years. He served in the retinue of King Edward III at the battle of Crécy in 1346 and during the subsequent siege of Calais. In 1347 he and his brother William acknowledged debts to Michael de Poynings and John de Wygan, citizen of London, to be levied, in default of payment, out of their lands and chattels in Berkshire. In 1359 he complained that he had been fined £60 for enclosing Willaston manor in Wirral forrest.

 

Notes for Maud de Saint Philibert:

Maud de Phillibert. She was co-heiress in 1362 to her nephew, John de Saint Philibert.

In 1383 she converted her interest in the Saint Philibert manor of Farlington (in Sheriff Hutton), Yorkshire to her nephew, John Plaiz (or Place), Knt. She was buried at the church of the Minoresses in London before 1419.

Children of Warren Trussell and Maud de Saint Philibert are:

i. Lawrence Trussell, born Bet. 1350 - 1356; died Bef. 18 Sep 1399 in of Shottesbrook, Berkshire; married Matilda 'Maud' de Charnels Bef. 1383; born Bef. 1367; died Bef. 29 Sep 1409.

Notes for Lawrence Trussell:

of Shottesbrook, Berkshire, and, in right of his wife, of Elmesthorpe and Swepstone, Leicestershire and Bilton, Warwickshire, son and heir, born in or before 1356. He married before 1383 (date of property settlement) Maud Charnels, daughter and heiress of Thomas Charnels, Knt., of Elmesthorpe, Leicestershire, by Maud, daughter and co-heiress of Henry Garnet, Knt.

They had one son, William, Knt. In 1377 he released his rigth in the St. Philibert manor of Farlington (Sheriff Hutton), Yorkshire to Sir Brian de Stapleton, husband of his aunt, Alice de Saint Philibert. He served as a mainpernor in 1390 for Ralph de Stafford, husband of his neice, Maud Hastang.

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Among the lands of Walter the Fleming, otherwise called Walter de Wahull or Odell (Beds.), there were entered in Domesday Survey 4 hides and 1 virgate in LAMPORT held by Fulcher, a member of the Malsor, or Malesoures, family. (fn. 5) This estate continued to be held of the barony of Wahull until the 16th century. In the 12thcentury Northamptonshire Survey 4 hides in Lamport were held by Simon Malsover of the fee of Wahull. (fn. 6) Peter Malsover of Lamport levied a fine of land in Lamport with John son of Thomas in 1196–7, (fn. 7) and the presentation to the church was made by Sir Peter Malsover in 1217. (fn. 8) He had been succeeded before 1242 by Guy Wake, who with his wife Isabel held a fee here in that year, (fn. 9) and in 1250 presented Richard Trussell to the living. (fn. 10) The advowson was held with the manor, which was in the hands of the Trussells in 1260–1, when a fine was levied of it between Richard and Isabel Trussell. (fn. 11) Dugdale considers that the Trussells of Cublesdon in Staffordshire were the principal male branch of the Trussell family, and the Trussells who held Lamport seem to have belonged to that branch, and to have had under them a younger branch of the family as under-tenants. Richard Trussell, who claimed view of frankpledge, &c, in Lamport in 1276, (fn. 12) was in 1284 holding a knight's fee in Lamport of William Trussell, who held of John de Wahull. (fn. 13) William Trussell, who in 1316 was holding Lamport with Hanging Houghton, (fn. 14) had been succeeded in 1329 by John Trussell, of whose demise Thomas Trussell was then holding the manor for life. (fn. 15) In 1339 John Trussell 'of Cublesdon' levied a fine of the manor and advowson, (fn. 16) and in 1346 he held a fee in Lamport and a quarter fee in Scaldwell. (fn. 17) According to Dugdale, Margaret daughter and heir of William Trussell of Cublesdon married Fulk de Pembruge. (fn. 18) Fulk and Margaret were dealing in 1383 with the manors of Marston Trussell, Lamport, Thorp Malsor, and Orlingbury. (fn. 19) Sir Fulk Pembruge died in 1408–9, seised of the manor and advowson, which he was holding for life jointly with his wife Isabel, with remainder to Sir William son of Lawrence Trussell and Margery his wife. (fn. 20) The heirs of John Trussell paid 6s. 8d. subsidy in 1428 for the fee in Lamport formerly belonging to John Trussell, (fn. 21) but Fulk's widow Isabel held these manors until her death on 9 October 1445. (fn. 22) Her own heir was her son William Ludlow, but the manor reverted to the Trussells, and on 5 May 1475 William Trussell granted it to Humphrey Belcher and others for performance of his last will, and died seised on 23 January 1481. (fn. 23) His son and heir Edward died while still a minor on 10 July 1499. (fn. 24) His infant son and heir John (fn. 25) died two years after his father, according to Bridges, when his sister Elizabeth evidently became his heir. Humphrey Belcher was returned in 1500 as sole surviving feoffee under a settlement of the manor and advowson to the use of Elizabeth; and their value was given as £18 13s. 4d. (fn. 26)

From: 'Parishes: Langport with Hanging Houghton', A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 4 (1937), pp. 195-200. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66347. Date accessed: 11 August 2008.

Notes for Matilda 'Maud' de Charnels:

Matilda 'Maud' de Charnells; Margery Charnel

In 1166 Roger de Grendon held 1½ carucate in Fleckney. (fn. 44) In 1242–3 Margery Charnel was said to hold 1/8 knight's fee from Robert de Grendon, who held from Ralph Basset. (fn. 45) The Charnels held land in Fleckney until the mid-14th century. (fn. 46) The heir of the family, Maud, daughter of Thomas Charnel, was left a minor before 1367. She married Laurence Trussell before 1383 and her property descended to the Trussell family, who had held in Fleckney since before 1327. (fn. 47) In 1331 William Trussell was granted free warren at Fleckney, (fn. 48) and in 1428 ¼ knight's fee held by Ralph Hastings was said to have been once held by William Trussell. (fn. 49) This holding presumably became united with the manor.

From: 'Fleckney', A History of the County of Leicestershire: Volume 5: Gartree Hundred (1964), pp. 84-90. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22046&strquery=Trussell. Date accessed: 12 August 2008.

2033907 ii. Maud Trussell, born Abt. 1340; died 20 Jul 1369; married John de Hastings Abt. 1358.

iii. Frances Trussell, married Robert Salle.

iv. Elizabeth Trussell, married Nicholas Kyriell.

 

4067820. John de Arderne, born Abt. 1275 in Aldford, Cheshire, England; died 1308 in Aldford, Cheshire, England. He was the son of 8135640. Peter de Arderne and 8135641. Margaret <Unknown>. He married 4067821. Margaret Griffith.

4067821. Margaret Griffith, born Abt. 1270 in Bromfield, Somersetshire, England. She was the daughter of 8135642. Griffith ap Madoc and 8135643. Emma of Aldithley.

Child of John de Arderne and Margaret Griffith is:

2033910 i. Sir John de Arderne, born Abt. 1288 in Aldford, Cheshire, England; died in Of Cheshire, England; married (1) Johanna de Stockport; married (2) Alice Venables Abt. 1308; married (3) Ellena de Wasteneys Bef. 1334.

 

4067836. Sir Nicholas Engaine, died 1322. He married 4067837. Anice de Faucomberge.

4067837. Anice de Faucomberge, died Aft. 1323. She was the daughter of 8135674. Sir Walter de Faucomberge and 8135675. Agnes de Brus.

Child of Nicholas Engaine and Anice de Faucomberge is:

2033918 i. Sir John Engaine, born 30 May 1302; died 16 Feb 1367/68; married Joan Peverel.

 

4067856. William Bracci He married 4067857. Joan <Unknown>.

4067857. Joan <Unknown>

Child of William Bracci and Joan <Unknown> is:

2033928 i. Robert Bracci, born 1315 in Warnedon, England; married Juliana <Unknown>.

 

4067904. Walter de Beauchamp, born Bef. 1255. He was the son of 8135808. Earl William de Beauchamp and 8135809. Isabel de Maudit. He married 4067905. Alice de Toeni 1303.

4067905. Alice de Toeni, born Abt. 1255. She was the daughter of 8135810. Roger V de Toeni and 8135811. Alice de Bohun.

Children of Walter de Beauchamp and Alice de Toeni are:

2033952 i. Sir Giles de Beauchamp, born Abt. 1303; died Oct 1361; married Catherine de Bures Aft. 1335.

ii. Margaret de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1304; died 1339; married Robert de l'Isle Bef. 03 May 1318; born Abt. 1304; died 1344.

iii. William de Beauchamp

 

4067906. Sir John de Bures, born Bef. 1276; died Dec 1350. He married 4067907. Hawise de Muscegros Aft. 1312.

4067907. Hawise de Muscegros, born 21 Dec 1276 in Charlton, England; died Aft. 24 Jun 1340. She was the daughter of 8135814. Robert de Muscegros and 8135815. Agnes de Ferrers.

Child of John de Bures and Hawise de Muscegros is:

2033953 i. Catherine de Bures, born Bet. 1312 - 1315; died Aft. Oct 1355; married Sir Giles de Beauchamp Aft. 1335.

 

4067910. Geoffrey Geffrid de Saye III, born 1281; died 03 Mar 1320/21. He was the son of 8135820. William de Saye IV and 8135821. Elizabeth <Unknown>. He married 4067911. Ideona de Leybourne.

4067911. Ideona de Leybourne, born Abt. 1283; died 1369. She was the daughter of 8135822. William de Leybourne and 8135823. Juliana de Sandwich.

Notes for Geoffrey Geffrid de Saye III:

or Geoffrey Say

Children of Geoffrey de Saye and Ideona de Leybourne are:

i. Juliana de Saye, born 1307; died 20 Feb 1327/28; married Roger de Northwode Abt. 1325 in Kent, England; born Aft. 1306; died 05 Nov 1361.

2033955 ii. Katherine Say, died 1405; married Sir John de St. John.

 

4068144. Edward II Plantagenet King of England, born 25 Apr 1284 in Carnarvon Cast., Carbarvon, Wales; died 21 Sep 1327 in Berkeley Castle, Gloucester., England. He was the son of 4068238. Edward I 'Longshanks' of England and 4068239. Elenora de Castile. He married 4068145. Isabelle of France 22 Jan 1307/08 in Bolougne, France.

4068145. Isabelle of France, born Bet. 1292 - 1295 in Seine, France; died 22 Aug 1358 in Norfolk, England. She was the daughter of 8136290. Philippe IV Capet Roi of France and 8136291. Joan I de Navarre.

Notes for Edward II Plantagenet King of England:

Ruled England from 1307-1327. Prince of Wales 1301.

Edward II was born in 1284 to Edward I and Eleanor of Castille. He married Isabella, daughter of Philip IV of France, in 1308; Isabella bore him two sons and two daughters.

Edward was as much of a failure as a king as his father was a success. He lavished money and other rewards upon his male favorites, raising the ire of the nobility. The most notable was Piers Gaveston, his homosexual lover; on the day of Edward's marriage to Isabella, Edward preferred the couch of Gaveston to that of his new wife. Gaveston was exiled and eventually murdered for his licentious conduct with the king. Edward's means of maintaining power was based on the noose and the block - 28 knights and barons were executed for rebelling against the decadent king.

Edward faired no better as a soldier. The rebellions of the barons opened the way for Robert Bruce to reconquer much of Scotland. Bruce's victory over English forces at the battle of Bannockburn, in 1314, ensured Scottish independence until the union of England and Scotland in 1707.

War broke out with France in 1324, prompting Edward to send Isabella and their son Edward (later to become Edward III ) to negotiate with her brother and French king, Charles IV. Isabella fell into an open romance with Roger Mortimer, one of the Edward's disaffected barons. The rebellious couple invaded England in 1326, capturing and imprisoning Edward. The king was deposed, replaced by his son, Edward III.

Edward II was murdered in September 1327 at Berkeley castle, by a red-hot iron inserted through his sphincter into his bowels. The juxtaposition of Edward I and Edward II was beautifully described by Sir Richard Baker, in reference to Edward I in A Chronicle of the Kings of England : "His great unfortunateness was in his greatest blessing; for of four sons which he had by his Queen Isabella, 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." A strong indictment of a weak king.

Notes for Isabelle of France:

"The She-Wolf"

http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Isabella+of+England

Queen consort of Edward II of England 1308-1327. Nicknamed the "She-Wolf of France".

Isabella or Isabelle was the daughter of King Philippe IV of France and the sister of three French kings. Her mother was Joan, Queen of Navarre. Isabella was born in Paris some time between 1292 and 1295. She married Edward at Boulogne some time in January, 1308. He was already king, hence Isabella never held the title of Princess of Wales, as was wrongly portrayed in the film "Braveheart".

Although Isabella had four children from the marriage, the king was popularly believed to be homosexual, and lavished his attention on a succession of male favourites, including Piers Gaveston and Hugh Despenser. When her brother, King Charles IV of France, seized Edward's French possessions in 1325, she returned to France and gathered an army to oppose Edward, in alliance with Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, who had become her lover. Together they invaded England and defeated Edward, who then abdicated in favour of his eldest son, Edward III of England. Since the young king was only fourteen, they ruled as regents in his place.

Isabella and Mortimer famously plotted to murder the deposed king in such a way as not to draw suspicion on themselves. However, when Edward III attained his majority, he remembered their disloyalty, and had both Isabella and Mortimer taken prisoner. Mortimer was executed for treason, but Isabella's life was spared and she was allowed to retire to Castle Rising in Norfolk. It was there that she probably died, on August 22 1358, and her body was returned to London for burial.

Children of Edward of England and Isabelle of France are:

2034072 i. Edward III Plantagenet King of England, born 13 Nov 1312 in Windsor Castle, England; died 21 Jun 1377 in Sheen Palace, Surrey; married Countess Philippa de Hainault 24 Jan 1327/28 in York Minster, England.

ii. John Plantagenet, born 15 Aug 1316 in Eltham Palace; died 14 Sep 1336 in Perth.

Notes for John Plantagenet:

Earl of Cornwall

iii. Eleanor Plantagenet, born 08 Jun 1318 in Woodstock; died 22 Apr 1355 in Deventer; married Duke Rainald II von Geldern May 1332 in Nimeguen; died 1343.

iv. Joan Plantagenet, born 05 Jul 1321 in Tower of London; died 07 Sep 1362 in Hertford Castle; married David II Bruce King of Scotland; born 05 Mar 1323/24 in Dunfermline Palace, Fife; died 22 Feb 1369/70 in Edinburgh Castle.

 

4068146. Willem III d'Avesnes, born Abt. 1286 in Of Avesnes, Pas-De-Calais, France; died 07 Jun 1337 in Valenciennes, France. He was the son of 8136292. Jean II d'Avesnes and 8136293. Philippa de Luxembourg. He married 4068147. Jeanne de Valois Bet. 19 - 29 May 1305 in Chanay, Ain, France.

4068147. Jeanne de Valois, born Abt. 1294; died 07 Mar 1342/43. She was the daughter of 8136294. Charles III de Valois and 8136295. Marguerite Capet.

Notes for Willem III d'Avesnes:

Ct Willem III of Hainault (1302-37) and Holland (1304-37) and Zeeland ; William III the Good of Hainault

Children of Willem d'Avesnes and Jeanne de Valois are:

i. Margaret de Hainault, born 1311 in of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France; died 23 Jun 1356; married Ludwig IV Wittelsbach von Bayern 25 Feb 1323/24 in Köln; born 01 Apr 1282 in Munchen, Oberbayern, Bavaria; died 11 Oct 1347 in Puch bei Fürstenfeldbruck.

Notes for Margaret de Hainault:

Css of Hainault, Holland and Seeland

Notes for Ludwig IV Wittelsbach von Bayern:

Duke LUDWIG IV "der Bayer" of Bavaria in Upper Bavaria (1294-47) in Lower Bavaria (1340-47), King of Italy (1327-47), German King (25.11.1314-1347), Emperor (14.1.1328-1347)The Bavarian ; Holy Roman Emperor

ii. Sibylla of Holland, born 1310 in of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France.

2034073 iii. Countess Philippa de Hainault, born 24 Jun 1311 in Mons, Hainault, Belgium; died 14 Aug 1369 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England; married Edward III Plantagenet King of England 24 Jan 1327/28 in York Minster, England.

iv. Jan of Holland, born Abt. 1313 in of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France; died 1316.

v. Johanna of Holland, born Abt. 1315 in of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France; died 1374; married Wilhelm V of Julich 26 Feb 1333/34; born Abt. 1315 in Of Julich, Rheinland, Prussia; died 26 Feb 1360/61.

Notes for Wilhelm V of Julich:

Duke of Julich

vi. Wilhelm IV of Holland, born Abt. 1317 in of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France; died 26 Sep 1345 in Worms, Friesland, Netherlands; married Jeanne de Brabant & Limbou 1334.

vii. Agnes of Holland, born Abt. 1320 in of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France; died Aft. 24 Nov 1327.

viii. Louis of Holland, born Abt. 1325 in of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France; died 1328.

ix. Elisabeth of Holland, born Abt. 1327 in of Le Quesnoy, Nord, France; died 30 Jan 1360/61; married Robert de Namur 1354.

Notes for Elisabeth of Holland:

or Isabella of Holland

Notes for Robert de Namur:

Comte de Namur

 

4068224. Sir Thomas 'The Wise' de Berkeley, born Abt. 1248 in England; died 23 Jul 1321 in England. He was the son of 8136448. Maurice de Berkeley and 8136449. Isabel de Chilham. He married 4068225. Joan de Ferrers 1267.

4068225. Joan de Ferrers, born Abt. 1248 in England; died 19 Mar 1308/09 in England. She was the daughter of 8136450. Earl William III de Ferrers and 8136451. Margaret de Quincy.

Children of Thomas de Berkeley and Joan de Ferrers are:

i. Alice de Berkeley, born Aft. 1267; married Ralph de Stourton Abt. 1287; born Abt. 1251 in of Stourton, Wiltshire, England; died Abt. 1303.

2034112 ii. Sir Maurice de Berkeley, born Apr 1271 in Berkeley, Gloucester, England; died 31 May 1326 in Wallingford Castle, England; married Eva la Zouche.

 

4068226. Eudo la Zouche, born Abt. 1244 in Haryngworth, Northamptonshire; died Bet. 28 Apr - 25 Jun 1279. He was the son of 8136452. Alan la Zouche and 8136453. Elena de Quincy. He married 4068227. Millicent de Cantelou Bef. 13 Dec 1273.

4068227. Millicent de Cantelou, born Abt. 1250; died Abt. 07 Jan 1298/99. She was the daughter of 8136454. Baron William III de Cantelou and 8136455. Eva de Braose.

Children of Eudo la Zouche and Millicent de Cantelou are:

i. Ellen la Zouche, born Aft. 1273; married Sir John de Harcourt Bef. 1286; born Bef. 1266; died 1330.

Notes for Ellen la Zouche:

Eleanor la Zouche

ii. Lucy la Zouche, born Abt. 1279; married Thomas de Greene; born Bef. 1279; died 23 Oct 1307.

iii. Lord William la Zouche, born 28 Dec 1276 in Haryngworth, Northants, England; died 11 Mar 1350/51; married Maud Lovel Bef. 15 Feb 1295/96; born Abt. 1280; died 1346.

Notes for Lord William la Zouche:

Lord Zouche of Haryngworth

2034113 iv. Eva la Zouche, born Bet. 1278 - 1279 in Harringworth, Northamptonshire, England; died 05 Dec 1314; married Sir Maurice de Berkeley.

v. Elizabeth la Zouche, born Bef. 1272; died Aft. 1297; married Nicholas Poyntz Bef. 1288; born Bef. 1270.

 

4068228. Lord Edmund de Mortimer, born Abt. 1261 in Wigmore, Hereford, England; died 17 Jul 1304 in Battle of Buelt, died at Wigamore. He was the son of 8136456. Roger de Mortimer and 8136457. Maud de Braose. He married 4068229. Margaret de Fiennes Abt. 1285.

4068229. Margaret de Fiennes, died 07 Feb 1333/34. She was the daughter of 8136458. Guillaume de Fiennes and 8136459. Blanche de Brienne.

Notes for Lord Edmund de Mortimer:

Edward de Mortimer, Baron Wigmore

Children of Edmund de Mortimer and Margaret de Fiennes are:

i. Maud Mortimer, married Sir Theobald de Verdun; born Abt. 1290; died 27 Jul 1316.

Notes for Sir Theobald de Verdun:

Lord de Verdun

2034114 ii. Sir Roger de Mortimer, born 25 Apr 1287; died 1330 in Elmes, England; married Joan de Geneville Bef. 06 Oct 1302.

 

4068230. Piers de Geneville, born Abt. 1258 in Dublin, Ireland; died Jun 1292. He was the son of 8136460. Geoffrey de Geneville and 8136461. Maud de Lacy. He married 4068231. Joan le Brun.

4068231. Joan le Brun

Notes for Joan le Brun:

or Jeanne de Lusignan

Child of Piers de Geneville and Joan le Brun is:

2034115 i. Joan de Geneville, born 02 Feb 1285/86; died 19 Oct 1356; married Sir Roger de Mortimer Bef. 06 Oct 1302.

 

4068232. Hugh le Despencer, born Abt. 1224 in of Ryhall, Rutland, England; died 04 Aug 1265 in Battle of Evesha, Gloucester, England. He was the son of 8136464. Hugh le Despencer and 8136465. Iline Bassett. He married 4068233. Aliva Bassett.

4068233. Aliva Bassett, born Abt. 1228 in Gloucester, England; died Bef. Apr 1281. She was the daughter of 8136466. Sir Philip Basset and 8136467. Hawise de Louvaine.

Notes for Aliva Bassett:

Iline Bassett

Children of Hugh le Despencer and Aliva Bassett are:

i. Eleanor le Despencer, born 1252 in Rynall, Rutland, Wales; died 30 Sep 1328 in London, England; married Sir Hugh de Courtenay; born 25 Mar 1249 in Okehampton, Devon, England; died 28 Feb 1290/91 in Cullicomb, Devon, England.

Notes for Sir Hugh de Courtenay:

Baron of Oakhampton

2034116 ii. Earl Hugh le Despencer, born 01 Mar 1260/61; died 27 Oct 1326; married Isabel de Beauchamp.

iii. Anne le Despencer, married Sir William de Ferrers 1262; born Abt. 1240 in Groby, Leicestershire, England; died 20 Feb 1286/87.

 

4068234. Earl William de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1240; died Abt. 05 Jun 1298. He was the son of 8135808. Earl William de Beauchamp and 8135809. Isabel de Maudit. He married 4068235. Maud Fitz John.

4068235. Maud Fitz John, born Abt. 1239; died 30 May 1301. She was the daughter of 8136470. Sir John Fitz Geoffrey and 8136471. Isabel le Bigod.

Notes for Earl William de Beauchamp:

Earl of Warwick.

Children of William de Beauchamp and Maud Fitz John are:

2034117 i. Isabel de Beauchamp, born Abt. 1266; married (1) Earl Hugh le Despencer; married (2) Sir Patrick de Chaworth.

ii. Guy de Beauchamp, born 1271; died 12 Aug 1315; married Alice de Toeni Feb 1309/10; born Abt. 1283; died 08 Jan 1323/24.

Notes for Guy de Beauchamp:

Earl of Warwick.

 

4068236. Richard de Clare, born 04 Aug 1222 in Newent, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of 8136472. Gilbert de Clare and 8136473. Isabel Marshal. He married 4068237. Maud de Lacy.

4068237. Maud de Lacy, born Abt. 1223.

Notes for Richard de Clare:

Earl of Gloucester and Hereford

Notes for Maud de Lacy:

Countess de Lincoln

Children of Richard de Clare and Maud de Lacy are:

i. Thomas de Clare, born Aft. 1240; died 1287; married Juliane Fitz Maurice; born Abt. 1270.

Notes for Thomas de Clare:

2nd son of Richard de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford.

Notes for Juliane Fitz Maurice:

or Amy Fitz Maurice

2034118 ii. Gilbert 'the Red' de Clare, born 02 Sep 1243 in Monmouth Castle, England; died 07 Dec 1295 in Monmouth Castle, England; married Joan Plantagenet 30 Apr 1290 in Westminister, London, England.

iii. Roese de Clare, born 1256; died Aft. 1316; married Roger de Mowbray Aft. 1270; born Abt. 1254; died Bef. 21 Nov 1297.

 

4068238. Edward I 'Longshanks' of England, born 17 Jun 1239 in Westminster, London, Middlesex, England; died 07 Jul 1307 in Burgh-On-Sands, Northumberland, England. He was the son of 8136476. Henry III Plantagenet of England and 8136477. Countess Eleanor Beranger de Provence. He married 4068239. Elenora de Castile 18 Aug 1254 in Burgos, Burgos, Spain.

4068239. Elenora de Castile, born Abt. 1240 in Castile, España; died 29 Nov 1290 in Herdeby, near Grantham, Nottinghamshire, England. She was the daughter of 8136478. St. Fernando III de Castile y Léon and 8136479. Jeanne 'Joanna' de Danmartin.

Notes for Edward I 'Longshanks' of England:

Edward I, the oldest surving son of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence, was born in 1239. He was nicknamed Longshanks due to his great height and stature. Edward married Eleanor of Castille in 1254, who bore him sixteen children (seven of whom survived into adulthood) before her death in 1290. Edward reached a peace settlement with Philip IV of France that resulted with his marriage to the French king's sister, Margaret, who bore him three more children.

Edward I was a capable statesman, adding much to the institutions initiated by Henry II . In 1295, his "Model Parliament" brought together representatives from the nobility, clergy, knights of the shires, and burgesses of the cities - the first gathering of Lords and Commons. Feudal revenues proved inadequate in financing the bourgeoning royal courts and administrative institutions; summoning national Parliaments became the accepted forum of gaining revenue and conducting public business. Judicial reform included the expansion of such courts as the King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, and the Chancery Court was established to give redress in circumstances where other courts provided on solution. Edward was pious, but resisted any increase of papal authority in England. Conservators of the Peace, the forerunners of Justices of the Peace, were also established as an instituion.

Foriegn policy, namely the unification of the island's other nations, occupied much of Edward's time. A major campaign to control Llywelyn ap Gruffydd of Wales began in 1277, and lasted until Llywelyn's death in 1282. In 1301, the king's eldest son was created Prince of Wales, a title still held by all male heirs to the crown. Margaret, Maid of Norway and legitimate heir to the Scottish crown, died in 1290, leaving a disputed succession in Scotland . Edward was asked to arbitrate between thirteen different claimants. John Baliol, Edward's first choice, was unpopular; his next choice, William Wallace, rebelled against England until his capture and execution in 1305. Robert Bruce seized the Scottish throne in 1306, later to become a source of consternation to Edward II

Edward died en route to yet another Scottish campaign in1307. His character found accurate evaluation by Sir Richard Baker, in A Chronicle of the Kings of England : He had in him the two wisdoms, not often found in any, single; both together, seldom or never: an ability of judgement in himself, and a readiness to hear the judgement of others. He was not easily provoked into passion, but once in passion, not easily appeased, as was seen by his dealing with the Scots; towards whom he shaowed at first patience, and at severity. If he be censured for his many taxations, he may be justified by his well bestowing them; for never prince laid out his money to more honour of himself, or good of his kingdom."

Notes for Elenora de Castile:

Cts de Ponthieu

Children of Edward of England and Elenora de Castile are:

i. Eleanor Plantagenet, born 17 Jun 1264 in Windsor; died 1297 in Ghent; married (1) Alfonso III Rey de Aragón; born 1265 in Valencia; died 1291 in Barcelona; married (2) Henri III of Bar 20 Sep 1293 in Bristol; born Aft. 1245; died 1302.

ii. Joan Plantagenet, born 1265; died 1265.

iii. John Plantagenet, born 10 Jul 1266; died 1271 in Westminster Palace.

iv. Henry Plantagenet, born 13 Jul 1267 in Windsor Castle; died 1274 in Marton.

v. Julian 'Katherine' Plantagenet, born 1271 in Holy Land; died 1271 in Holy Land.

2034119 vi. Joan Plantagenet, born 1272 in Acre, Palestine; died 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England; married (1) Gilbert 'the Red' de Clare 30 Apr 1290 in Westminister, London, England; married (2) Sir Ralph de Monthermer 1297.

vii. Alfonso Plantagenet, born 24 Nov 1273; died 1284 in Windsor Castle.

Notes for Alfonso Plantagenet:

Earl of Chester

viii. Margaret Plantagenet, born 11 Sep 1275 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England; died Aft. 11 Mar 1332/33 in Brussels; married John II de Brabant 08 Jul 1290 in Westminster Abbey, London, England; born 27 Sep 1275; died 27 Oct 1312 in Tervueren.

Notes for John II de Brabant:

John II the Peaceful of Brabant, Duke of Brabant 2nd ; Duke of Lorraine ; Duke John II of Brabant and Limburg

ix. Berengaria Plantagenet, born 1276 in Kennington; died 1279.

x. Mary Plantagenet, born 11 Mar 1277/78 in Windsor Castle; died Bef. 08 Jul 1332 in Amesbury.

Notes for Mary Plantagenet:

a nun

xi. Alice Plantagenet, born 12 Mar 1278/79 in Woodstock Palace, Oxford, England; died 1291.

2034141 xii. Elizabeth Plantagenet, born 07 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Carnarvon, Flint, Wales; died 05 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, England; married (1) John I of Holland 18 Jan 1296/97 in Ipswich Priory Church, Suffolk; married (2) Humphrey VIII de Bohun 14 Nov 1302 in Westminister, London, England.

xiii. Edward II Plantagenet King of England, born 25 Apr 1284 in Carnarvon Cast., Carbarvon, Wales; died 21 Sep 1327 in Berkeley Castle, Gloucester., England; married Isabelle of France 22 Jan 1307/08 in Bolougne, France; born Bet. 1292 - 1295 in Seine, France; died 22 Aug 1358 in Norfolk, England.

Notes for Edward II Plantagenet King of England:

Ruled England from 1307-1327. Prince of Wales 1301.

Edward II was born in 1284 to Edward I and Eleanor of Castille. He married Isabella, daughter of Philip IV of France, in 1308; Isabella bore him two sons and two daughters.

Edward was as much of a failure as a king as his father was a success. He lavished money and other rewards upon his male favorites, raising the ire of the nobility. The most notable was Piers Gaveston, his homosexual lover; on the day of Edward's marriage to Isabella, Edward preferred the couch of Gaveston to that of his new wife. Gaveston was exiled and eventually murdered for his licentious conduct with the king. Edward's means of maintaining power was based on the noose and the block - 28 knights and barons were executed for rebelling against the decadent king.

Edward faired no better as a soldier. The rebellions of the barons opened the way for Robert Bruce to reconquer much of Scotland. Bruce's victory over English forces at the battle of Bannockburn, in 1314, ensured Scottish independence until the union of England and Scotland in 1707.

War broke out with France in 1324, prompting Edward to send Isabella and their son Edward (later to become Edward III ) to negotiate with her brother and French king, Charles IV. Isabella fell into an open romance with Roger Mortimer, one of the Edward's disaffected barons. The rebellious couple invaded England in 1326, capturing and imprisoning Edward. The king was deposed, replaced by his son, Edward III.

Edward II was murdered in September 1327 at Berkeley castle, by a red-hot iron inserted through his sphincter into his bowels. The juxtaposition of Edward I and Edward II was beautifully described by Sir Richard Baker, in reference to Edward I in A Chronicle of the Kings of England : "His great unfortunateness was in his greatest blessing; for of four sons which he had by his Queen Isabella, 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." A strong indictment of a weak king.

Notes for Isabelle of France:

"The She-Wolf"

http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Isabella+of+England

Queen consort of Edward II of England 1308-1327. Nicknamed the "She-Wolf of France".

Isabella or Isabelle was the daughter of King Philippe IV of France and the sister of three French kings. Her mother was Joan, Queen of Navarre. Isabella was born in Paris some time between 1292 and 1295. She married Edward at Boulogne some time in January, 1308. He was already king, hence Isabella never held the title of Princess of Wales, as was wrongly portrayed in the film "Braveheart".

Although Isabella had four children from the marriage, the king was popularly believed to be homosexual, and lavished his attention on a succession of male favourites, including Piers Gaveston and Hugh Despenser. When her brother, King Charles IV of France, seized Edward's French possessions in 1325, she returned to France and gathered an army to oppose Edward, in alliance with Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, who had become her lover. Together they invaded England and defeated Edward, who then abdicated in favour of his eldest son, Edward III of England. Since the young king was only fourteen, they ruled as regents in his place.

Isabella and Mortimer famously plotted to murder the deposed king in such a way as not to draw suspicion on themselves. However, when Edward III attained his majority, he remembered their disloyalty, and had both Isabella and Mortimer taken prisoner. Mortimer was executed for treason, but Isabella's life was spared and she was allowed to retire to Castle Rising in Norfolk. It was there that she probably died, on August 22 1358, and her body was returned to London for burial.

xiv. Beatrice Plantagenet, born Abt. 1286 in Aquitaine; died Child.

xv. Blanche Plantagenet, born 1290; died Child.

Children of Edward of England and Margaret of France are:

2034134 i. Earl Thomas Plantagenet, born 01 Jun 1300 in Brotherton, Yorkshire, England; died Aug 1338; married (1) Alice Hayles Abt. 1316; married (2) Mary de Ros 1328.

ii. Edmund Plantagenet, born 05 Aug 1301 in Woodstock Palace, Oxford, England; died 19 Mar 1329/30 in beheaded at Winchester; married Margaret Wake 06 Oct 1325 in Blisworth, Northamptonshire, England; born Abt. 1299; died 28 Sep 1349.

Notes for Edmund Plantagenet:

1st Earl of Kent, Earl of Arundel

Notes for Margaret Wake:

Bss Margaret "of Liddell"

iii. Eleanor Plantagenet, born 04 May 1306 in Winchester; died 1311 in Amesbury.

 

4068256. Roger de Mowbray, born Abt. 1254; died Bef. 21 Nov 1297. He was the son of 8136512. Roger de Mowbray and 8136513. Maud (Matilda) de Beauchamp. He married 4068257. Roese de Clare Aft. 1270.

4068257. Roese de Clare, born 1256; died Aft. 1316. She was the daughter of 4068236. Richard de Clare and 4068237. Maud de Lacy.

Child of Roger de Mowbray and Roese de Clare is:

2034128 i. John I de Mowbray, born 04 Sep 1286; died 23 Mar 1321/22; married Aline de Braose Aft. 1305.

 

4068260. Edmund 'Crouchback' Plantagenet, born 16 Dec 1244 in London, Middlesex, England; died 05 Jun 1296 in Bayonne, France. He was the son of 8136476. Henry III Plantagenet of England and 8136477. Countess Eleanor Beranger de Provence. He married 4068261. Blanche d'Artois Bef. 29 Oct 1275 in Paris, Seine, France.

4068261. Blanche d'Artois, born Bet. 1245 - 1247 in of Arras, Pas-de-Calais, France; died 02 May 1302 in Paris, Seine, France. She was the daughter of 8136522. Count Robert I Capet d'Artois and 8136523. Matilda 'Maud' de Brabant.

Notes for Edmund 'Crouchback' Plantagenet:

Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Chester 1253, Leicester 25.10.1264, Derby 12.7.1265 and Lancaster 1267

Notes for Blanche d'Artois:

Queen of Navarre

Children of Edmund Plantagenet and Blanche d'Artois are:

i. Thomas Plantagenet, born 1276; died 22 Mar 1321/22 in executed at Pontefract, Yorkshire; married Alice de Lacy Bet. 28 Oct 1294 - 1310; born 25 Dec 1281 in Denbigh Castle, Denbighshire; died 02 Oct 1348.

Notes for Thomas Plantagenet:

2nd Earl of Lancaster & Lincoln 1311

Steward of England and Sheriff of Lancashire and from his wife Earl of Lincoln In 1312 he joined the Confederation against Piers Galveston, and was made their genereal by the nobles and great personages, who had united for a redres of grievances. From this he was never fully restored to the confidence of the King but was the great champion of the popular party, in whose cause he eventually laid down his life. He was captured at Boroughbridge and then taken to Pontefract tried and beheaded.Many said he should be sainted.

Notes for Alice de Lacy:

She styled herself countess of Lincoln and Salisbury, title inherited from her father and mother respectively. She was divorced by her first husband because of adultery with the Earl of Surrey's squire, whom she then married.

ii. John Plantagenet, born Bef. May 1286; died Bef. 1327 in France.

Notes for John Plantagenet:

Lord of Beaufort ; sn de Beaufort et de Nogent Lartauld

iii. Mary Plantagenet, died Child.

2034130 iv. Henry Plantagenet, born Abt. 1281 in Grosmont Castle, Monmouthsire, England; died 22 Sep 1345 in Monastery of Cannons, Leicester, England; married (1) Maud de Chaworth Bef. 02 Mar 1296/97; married (2) Alix de Joinville Aft. 1322.

 

4068262. Sir Patrick de Chaworth, born Abt. 1250. He married 2034117. Isabel de Beauchamp.

2034117. Isabel de Beauchamp, born Abt. 1266. She was the daughter of 4068234. Earl William de Beauchamp and 4068235. Maud Fitz John.

Child of Patrick de Chaworth and Isabel de Beauchamp is:

2034131 i. Maud de Chaworth, born Abt. 1282; died Bet. 19 Feb 1316/17 - 03 Dec 1322; married Henry Plantagenet Bef. 02 Mar 1296/97.

 

4068238. Edward I 'Longshanks' of England, born 17 Jun 1239 in Westminster, London, Middlesex, England; died 07 Jul 1307 in Burgh-On-Sands, Northumberland, England. He was the son of 8136476. Henry III Plantagenet of England and 8136477. Countess Eleanor Beranger de Provence. He married 4068269. Margaret le Hardy of France 10 Sep 1299 in Canterbury, England.

4068269. Margaret le Hardy of France, born 1279 in Paris, France; died 14 Feb 1316/17 in Marlborough Castle, England. She was the daughter of 8136538. Philippe III King of France and 8136539. Marie de Brabant.

Notes for Edward I 'Longshanks' of England:

Edward I, the oldest surving son of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence, was born in 1239. He was nicknamed Longshanks due to his great height and stature. Edward married Eleanor of Castille in 1254, who bore him sixteen children (seven of whom survived into adulthood) before her death in 1290. Edward reached a peace settlement with Philip IV of France that resulted with his marriage to the French king's sister, Margaret, who bore him three more children.

Edward I was a capable statesman, adding much to the institutions initiated by Henry II . In 1295, his "Model Parliament" brought together representatives from the nobility, clergy, knights of the shires, and burgesses of the cities - the first gathering of Lords and Commons. Feudal revenues proved inadequate in financing the bourgeoning royal courts and administrative institutions; summoning national Parliaments became the accepted forum of gaining revenue and conducting public business. Judicial reform included the expansion of such courts as the King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, and the Chancery Court was established to give redress in circumstances where other courts provided on solution. Edward was pious, but resisted any increase of papal authority in England. Conservators of the Peace, the forerunners of Justices of the Peace, were also established as an instituion.

Foriegn policy, namely the unification of the island's other nations, occupied much of Edward's time. A major campaign to control Llywelyn ap Gruffydd of Wales began in 1277, and lasted until Llywelyn's death in 1282. In 1301, the king's eldest son was created Prince of Wales, a title still held by all male heirs to the crown. Margaret, Maid of Norway and legitimate heir to the Scottish crown, died in 1290, leaving a disputed succession in Scotland . Edward was asked to arbitrate between thirteen different claimants. John Baliol, Edward's first choice, was unpopular; his next choice, William Wallace, rebelled against England until his capture and execution in 1305. Robert Bruce seized the Scottish throne in 1306, later to become a source of consternation to Edward II

Edward died en route to yet another Scottish campaign in1307. His character found accurate evaluation by Sir Richard Baker, in A Chronicle of the Kings of England : He had in him the two wisdoms, not often found in any, single; both together, seldom or never: an ability of judgement in himself, and a readiness to hear the judgement of others. He was not easily provoked into passion, but once in passion, not easily appeased, as was seen by his dealing with the Scots; towards whom he shaowed at first patience, and at severity. If he be censured for his many taxations, he may be justified by his well bestowing them; for never prince laid out his money to more honour of himself, or good of his kingdom."

Notes for Margaret le Hardy of France:

One report says Marguerite of France was the mother of Thomas Plantagenet, and her parents were Louis IX and Marguerite of Provence.

A report also indicates that the mother of Margaret le Hardy was Isabella D'Aragon, an earlier spouse of Philippe III King of France.

Children of Edward of England and Elenora de Castile are:

i. Eleanor Plantagenet, born 17 Jun 1264 in Windsor; died 1297 in Ghent; married (1) Alfonso III Rey de Aragón; born 1265 in Valencia; died 1291 in Barcelona; married (2) Henri III of Bar 20 Sep 1293 in Bristol; born Aft. 1245; died 1302.

ii. Joan Plantagenet, born 1265; died 1265.

iii. John Plantagenet, born 10 Jul 1266; died 1271 in Westminster Palace.

iv. Henry Plantagenet, born 13 Jul 1267 in Windsor Castle; died 1274 in Marton.

v. Julian 'Katherine' Plantagenet, born 1271 in Holy Land; died 1271 in Holy Land.

2034119 vi. Joan Plantagenet, born 1272 in Acre, Palestine; died 23 Apr 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England; married (1) Gilbert 'the Red' de Clare 30 Apr 1290 in Westminister, London, England; married (2) Sir Ralph de Monthermer 1297.

vii. Alfonso Plantagenet, born 24 Nov 1273; died 1284 in Windsor Castle.

Notes for Alfonso Plantagenet:

Earl of Chester

viii. Margaret Plantagenet, born 11 Sep 1275 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England; died Aft. 11 Mar 1332/33 in Brussels; married John II de Brabant 08 Jul 1290 in Westminster Abbey, London, England; born 27 Sep 1275; died 27 Oct 1312 in Tervueren.

Notes for John II de Brabant:

John II the Peaceful of Brabant, Duke of Brabant 2nd ; Duke of Lorraine ; Duke John II of Brabant and Limburg

ix. Berengaria Plantagenet, born 1276 in Kennington; died 1279.

x. Mary Plantagenet, born 11 Mar 1277/78 in Windsor Castle; died Bef. 08 Jul 1332 in Amesbury.

Notes for Mary Plantagenet:

a nun

xi. Alice Plantagenet, born 12 Mar 1278/79 in Woodstock Palace, Oxford, England; died 1291.

2034141 xii. Elizabeth Plantagenet, born 07 Aug 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Carnarvon, Flint, Wales; died 05 May 1316 in Quendon, Essex, England; married (1) John I of Holland 18 Jan 1296/97 in Ipswich Priory Church, Suffolk; married (2) Humphrey VIII de Bohun 14 Nov 1302 in Westminister, London, England.

xiii. Edward II Plantagenet King of England, born 25 Apr 1284 in Carnarvon Cast., Carbarvon, Wales; died 21 Sep 1327 in Berkeley Castle, Gloucester., England; married Isabelle of France 22 Jan 1307/08 in Bolougne, France; born Bet. 1292 - 1295 in Seine, France; died 22 Aug 1358 in Norfolk, England.

Notes for Edward II Plantagenet King of England:

Ruled England from 1307-1327. Prince of Wales 1301.

Edward II was born in 1284 to Edward I and Eleanor of Castille. He married Isabella, daughter of Philip IV of France, in 1308; Isabella bore him two sons and two daughters.

Edward was as much of a failure as a king as his father was a success. He lavished money and other rewards upon his male favorites, raising the ire of the nobility. The most notable was Piers Gaveston, his homosexual lover; on the day of Edward's marriage to Isabella, Edward preferred the couch of Gaveston to that of his new wife. Gaveston was exiled and eventually murdered for his licentious conduct with the king. Edward's means of maintaining power was based on the noose and the block - 28 knights and barons were executed for rebelling against the decadent king.

Edward faired no better as a soldier. The rebellions of the barons opened the way for Robert Bruce to reconquer much of Scotland. Bruce's victory over English forces at the battle of Bannockburn, in 1314, ensured Scottish independence until the union of England and Scotland in 1707.

War broke out with France in 1324, prompting Edward to send Isabella and their son Edward (later to become Edward III ) to negotiate with her brother and French king, Charles IV. Isabella fell into an open romance with Roger Mortimer, one of the Edward's disaffected barons. The rebellious couple invaded England in 1326, capturing and imprisoning Edward. The king was deposed, replaced by his son, Edward III.

Edward II was murdered in September 1327 at Berkeley castle, by a red-hot iron inserted through his sphincter into his bowels. The juxtaposition of Edward I and Edward II was beautifully described by Sir Richard Baker, in reference to Edward I in A Chronicle of the Kings of England : "His great unfortunateness was in his greatest blessing; for of four sons which he had by his Queen Isabella, 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." A strong indictment of a weak king.

Notes for Isabelle of France:

"The She-Wolf"

http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Isabella+of+England

Queen consort of Edward II of England 1308-1327. Nicknamed the "She-Wolf of France".

Isabella or Isabelle was the daughter of King Philippe IV of France and the sister of three French kings. Her mother was Joan, Queen of Navarre. Isabella was born in Paris some time between 1292 and 1295. She married Edward at Boulogne some time in January, 1308. He was already king, hence Isabella never held the title of Princess of Wales, as was wrongly portrayed in the film "Braveheart".

Although Isabella had four children from the marriage, the king was popularly believed to be homosexual, and lavished his attention on a succession of male favourites, including Piers Gaveston and Hugh Despenser. When her brother, King Charles IV of France, seized Edward's French possessions in 1325, she returned to France and gathered an army to oppose Edward, in alliance with Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, who had become her lover. Together they invaded England and defeated Edward, who then abdicated in favour of his eldest son, Edward III of England. Since the young king was only fourteen, they ruled as regents in his place.

Isabella and Mortimer famously plotted to murder the deposed king in such a way as not to draw suspicion on themselves. However, when Edward III attained his majority, he remembered their disloyalty, and had both Isabella and Mortimer taken prisoner. Mortimer was executed for treason, but Isabella's life was spared and she was allowed to retire to Castle Rising in Norfolk. It was there that she probably died, on August 22 1358, and her body was returned to London for burial.

xiv. Beatrice Plantagenet, born Abt. 1286 in Aquitaine; died Child.

xv. Blanche Plantagenet, born 1290; died Child.

Children of Edward of England and Margaret of France are:

2034134 i. Earl Thomas Plantagenet, born 01 Jun 1300 in Brotherton, Yorkshire, England; died Aug 1338; married (1) Alice Hayles Abt. 1316; married (2) Mary de Ros 1328.

ii. Edmund Plantagenet, born 05 Aug 1301 in Woodstock Palace, Oxford, England; died 19 Mar 1329/30 in beheaded at Winchester; married Margaret Wake 06 Oct 1325 in Blisworth, Northamptonshire, England; born Abt. 1299; died 28 Sep 1349.

Notes for Edmund Plantagenet:

1st Earl of Kent, Earl of Arundel

Notes for Margaret Wake:

Bss Margaret "of Liddell"

iii. Eleanor Plantagenet, born 04 May 1306 in Winchester; died 1311 in Amesbury.

 

4068270. Sir Roger Hayles

Child of Sir Roger Hayles is:

2034135 i. Alice Hayles, born Aft. 1300; died Aft. 08 May 1326; married Earl Thomas Plantagenet Abt. 1316.

 

4068272. Richard Fitz Alan, born 03 Feb 1266/67 in Arundel, Essex, England; died 09 Mar 1301/02. He was the son of 8136544. John Fitz Alan and 8136545. Isabella de Mortimer. He married 4068273. Alisona 'Alice' de Saluzza.

4068273. Alisona 'Alice' de Saluzza, born Abt. 1271 in Arundel, Essex, England. She was the daughter of 8136546. Thomas de Saluzza and 8136547. Leugia de Ceva.

Notes for Richard Fitz Alan:

Sir Richard de Arundel; Richard FitzAlan, 8th Earl of Arundel

One record says Lord Edmund FitzAlan m Alisia de Saluzzo.

Notes for Alisona 'Alice' de Saluzza:

Alisia de Saluzza ; Alasia di Saluzzo

Children of Richard Fitz Alan and Alisona de Saluzza are:

2034136 i. Edmund Fitz Alan, born 01 May 1285 in Castle of Marlborough in Wiltshire; died 17 Nov 1326 in Hereford, England; married Alice de Warenne 1305 in England.

ii. Margaret Fitz Alan, born 1302; married Sir William le Botiller Bef. 1324; born 08 Sep 1296 in Wem, Shrops, England; died Dec 1361.

Notes for Sir William le Botiller:

Lord Botiller of Wem and Oversley

 

4068274. Sir William de Warenne, born Bef. 1256 in Surry, England; died 15 Dec 1286 in murdered at Croydon, London, England. He was the son of 8136548. Earl John de Warenne and 8136549. Alice de Lusignan. He married 4068275. Joan de Vere Jun 1285.

4068275. Joan de Vere, born Bef. 1262 in Oxfordshire, England; died Abt. 23 Nov 1293 in England. She was the daughter of 8136550. Robert de Vere and 8136551. Alice de Saundford.

Notes for Sir William de Warenne:

Killed in a tournament at Crovdon. 7th Earl of Surrey.

Children of William de Warenne and Joan de Vere are:

2034137 i. Alice de Warenne, born Jun 1287 in Warren, Sussex, England; died Bef. 23 May 1338 in England; married Edmund Fitz Alan 1305 in England.

ii. Earl John de Warenne, born Abt. 1280 in England; died in England; married (1) Joan of Bar; born Aft. 1280; married (2) Matilda "Maud" de Nerford de Skegeton Bef. 1321; born Abt. 1290; died Abt. 1368.

Notes for Earl John de Warenne:

Earl of Surry

Eighth and last Earl of Warrene and Surrey of this family, an enthusiast for engaging in jousting tournments such that he was ordered (1309) by King Edward II not to engage in further combats, accompanied King Edward II on his campaign (1310) into Scotland, besieged Scarborough Castle (1312), abducted Countess Alice of Lancaster (1317) precipitating a private war with Thomas, her husband (Earl of Lancaster), besieged Leeds Castle, Kent (1321), appointed (1338) co-guardian of the realm during the absence of King Edward II in Flanders, created Earl of Strathearn, Scotland (1332(, married (1306) Joan of Bar. During this unhappy marriage John cohabited openly with Maude De Nerford, a

married woman by whom he had illegitimate children.

Ancestry of the de Warenne line from this point is often displayed in two diffrerent ways. It is likely that the Earldom went one way, but occasionally jumped to a cousins's line when no descendants were available on the primary line.

Notes for Matilda "Maud" de Nerford de Skegeton:

One report says she was unmarried at the time Son John was born.

 

4068280. Humphrey VII de Bohun, born 1249; died 31 Dec 1298 in Pleshy, Essex, England. He was the son of 8136560. Humphrey VI de Bohun and 8136561. Lady Eleanor de Braose. He married 4068281. Maud de Fiennes 1275.

4068281. Maud de Fiennes, born Abt. 1231; died 1298. She was the daughter of 8136562. Ingelram de Fiennes and 8136563. Maud Hampden.

Notes for Humphrey VII de Bohun:

Earl Of Hereford And Essex

Child of Humphrey de Bohun and Maud de Fiennes is:

2034140 i. Humphrey VIII de Bohun, born 1276 in Pleshy Castle; died 16 Mar 1320/21 in Battle of Bouroughbridge, York, England; married Elizabeth Plantagenet 14 Nov 1302 in Westminister, London, England.

 

4068284. Gunceline de Badlesmere, born Bef. 1255; died Abt. 1301. He was the son of 8136568. Giles de Badlesmere. He married 4068285. Joan Fitz Bernard.

4068285. Joan Fitz Bernard She was the daughter of 8136570. Lord Ralph Fitz Bernard.

Child of Gunceline de Badlesmere and Joan Fitz Bernard is:

2034142 i. Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere, born Abt. 1275 in of Castle Badlesmere, Kent, England; died 14 Apr 1322 in Canterbury, Kent, England; married Margaret de Clare Abt. 1300 in Kent, England.

 

4068286. Thomas de Clare, born Aft. 1240; died 1287. He was the son of 4068236. Richard de Clare and 4068237. Maud de Lacy. He married 4068287. Juliane Fitz Maurice.

4068287. Juliane Fitz Maurice, born Abt. 1270. She was the daughter of 8136574. Lord Maurice Fitzmaurice Fitzgerald and 8136575. Emmeline de Longespee.

Notes for Thomas de Clare:

2nd son of Richard de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford.

Notes for Juliane Fitz Maurice:

or Amy Fitz Maurice

Children of Thomas de Clare and Juliane Fitz Maurice are:

2034143 i. Margaret de Clare, born Abt. 1285; died 1333; married Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere Abt. 1300 in Kent, England.

ii. Maud de Clare, born Bef. 1285; married Robert de Clifford Bef. 1300; born 1275 in Westmoreland, England; died 1314 in Bannockburn, Scotland.

Notes for Robert de Clifford:

Robert de Clifford, Lord Clifford, Captain General of the Marches of Scotland in 1299.

"History of Westmoreland", chapter about the Norman settlement, Barony of Appleby, page 101, gives pedigree, birth and death dates. Robert was the only son.

He was eight years old at his father's death. He was at an early age placed in high office, being Lord Warden of the marches when but twenty-three years of age. He was subsequently King's Lieutenant, and Captain-General in Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancashire and the marches towards Scotland; Lord High Admiral of England and Earl Marshall; a justice of the King's forests north of Trent, and he was one of four guardians appointed by Edward I for his son Edward. Robert de Clifford had from Edward II a grant of the castle and baroy of Skipton in Yorkshire, on condition of surrendering the property in Monmouthshire he had inherited from his father. He was killed in the battle of Bannockburn, in 1314, leaving two sons. The record states he was forty when he died (but other dates conflict with that). From the book " ... that one of them (Cliffords) should die in his bed was an infrequent variation on their usual practice of being slain in battle."

 

Generation No. 23

8134656. Roger de Northwode, born Aft. 1306; died 05 Nov 1361. He was the son of John de Northwode and Agnes de Grandison. He married 8134657. Juliana de Saye Abt. 1325 in Kent, England.

8134657. Juliana de Saye, born 1307; died 20 Feb 1327/28. She was the daughter of 4067910. Geoffrey Geffrid de Saye III and 4067911. Ideona de Leybourne.

Child of Roger de Northwode and Juliana de Saye is:

4067328 i. John de Northwode, born Abt. 1326; died 27 Feb 1378/79; married Joan Hert Abt. 1350.

 

8134658. Robert Hert

Child of Robert Hert is:

4067329 i. Joan Hert, born in of Faversham, England; married John de Northwode Abt. 1350.

 

8135364. Sir Knight Geoffrey le Scrope, born Abt. 1275 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died Dec 1340 in Ghent, Belgium. He was the son of Sir Knight William le Scrope and Constance Newsom. He married 8135365. Ivetta de Ros.

8135365. Ivetta de Ros, born Abt. 1285 in Igmanthorpe, Yorkshire, England; died Bef. 1331. She was the daughter of Sir William de Ros and Eustache Fitz Hugh.

Notes for Ivetta de Ros:

Juetta de Ros

Children of Geoffrey le Scrope and Ivetta de Ros are:

4067682 i. Sir Henry le Scrope, born 28 Sep 1312 in Masham, Yorkshire, England; died 31 Jul 1391 in Ghent, Belgium; married Joan Agnes <Unknown>.

ii. Stephen le Scrope, born Abt. 1328 in Carleton Castle, England; died Aft. 1365; married Isabella <Unknown>.

 

8135368. Sir John de Grey, born Abt. 1271; died 17 Oct 1311. He was the son of Sir Robert de Grey and Joan de Valognes. He married 8135369. Margaret de Odingsell.

8135369. Margaret de Odingsell, born 1270. She was the daughter of William de Odingsell and Ela Fitzwalter.

Child of John de Grey and Margaret de Odingsell is:

4067684 i. Sir John de Grey, born 09 Oct 1300; died 01 Sep 1359; married (1) Avice Marmion; married (2) Catherine Fitz Alan Bef. 17 Dec 1317.

 

8135370. Lord John Marmion

Child of Lord John Marmion is:

4067685 i. Avice Marmion, born Bef. 01 Mar 1311/12; married Sir John de Grey.

 

8135374. Warin de l'Isle, born Abt. 1276 in Kingston-Lisle, Berkshire, England; died Mar 1321/22 in Hanged at Pontefract, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Gerald de l'Isle and Alice de Armenters. He married 8135375. Alice de Teyes.

8135375. Alice de Teyes, born Abt. 1285 in Fritwell, Oxfordshire, England; died 02 Aug 1347. She was the daughter of Henry de Teyes and Hawise.

Notes for Warin de l'Isle:

"I now come (says Dugdale) to Warine de L'Isle, son of Robert, son of Alice, dau. of Henry, a younger son of Warine FitzGerald, as the descent sheweth." Which Warine was in the Scottish wars, temp. Edward I and, in the beginning of Edward II's reign, was constituted governor of Windsor Castle and warden of the forest. For years subsequently he was engaged in Scotland, but joining Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, against the Spencers, 1320-1, and sharing in the discomfiture of his chief, he was taken prisoner and hanged at York with the Lord Mowbray and several others. After which, it was found in A.D. 1327, that he d. seised of the manors of Bouden, Kingston, and Fanflore, in Berks; Mundiford, in Norfolk; and Kistingbury, in Northamptonshire; leaving Gerard, his son, twenty-three years of age, and Alice, his wife, sister and heir of Henry, Baron Teyes surviving. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 327, L'Isle, Barons de L'Isle]

Children of Warin de l'Isle and Alice de Teyes are:

4067687 i. Margery de l'Isle, born Aft. 1305; married Baron Herbert VII de St. Quintin.

ii. Alice de l'Isle, born Abt. 1312; died Aft. 1344; married Sir John de Grey Bef. 20 Oct 1330; born 1305 in Codnor, England; died 14 Dec 1392 in Aylesworth, Kent, England.

 

8135376. John Willoughby, born 06 Jan 1303/04 in Willoughby d'Eserby, Lincolnshire, England; died 13 Jun 1349. He was the son of Lord Robert Willoughby and Margaret Deincourt. He married 8135377. Joanne Roscelyn Bef. 02 Jul 1323.

8135377. Joanne Roscelyn, born Abt. 1305 in of Edgefield, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Peter Roscelyn.

Notes for John Willoughby:

2nd Lord (Baron) Willoughby de Eresby; b 6 Jan 1303/4; kt banneret Jan 1326/7; campaigned in Gascony, Scotland Brittany and France, where present Battle of Crécy 1346 and possibly also the ensuing Siege of Calais; m by 2 July 1323 Joan, dau of Peter Roscelyn, of Edgefield, Norfolk, and d 13 June 1349, leaving, with at least one yr s

Children of John Willoughby and Joanne Roscelyn are:

4067688 i. John Willoughby, born Bef. 06 Jan 1328/29; died 29 Mar 1372; married Cecily de Ufford.

ii. Robert Willoughby

 

8135378. Robert de Ufford

Notes for Robert de Ufford:

1st Earl of Suffolk

Child of Robert de Ufford is:

4067689 i. Cecily de Ufford, married John Willoughby.

 

8135380. William de Skipwith, born Bef. 1310 in Lincolnshire, England; died 1336 in Lincolnshire, England. He was the son of Sir Knight John de Skipwith and Margaret de Flynton. He married 8135381. Margaret FitzSimon Bef. 1330 in Lincolnshire, England.

8135381. Margaret FitzSimon, born in South Ormesby, Lincolnshire, England; died in Lincolnshire, England. She was the daughter of Lord Ralph FitzSimon I.

Notes for William de Skipwith:

Parliament Official.

Chief Justice of Ireland.

Children of William de Skipwith and Margaret FitzSimon are:

4067690 i. Sir William Skipwith, born 1330 in Lincolnshire, England; died 1395 in Lincolnshire, England; married Alice de Hiltoft.

ii. John Skipwith

iii. Ralph Skipwith

 

8135382. Sir William de Hiltoft

Child of Sir William de Hiltoft is:

4067691 i. Alice de Hiltoft, born in Lincolnshire, England; died in Lincolnshire, England; married Sir William Skipwith.

 

8135384. John le Strange, born 18 May 1282; died 06 Feb 1311/12. He was the son of John le Strange and Maud de Montibus. He married 8135385. Iseult <Unknown>.

8135385. Iseult <Unknown>, born Abt. 1277; died Aft. 1311.

Notes for John le Strange:

2nd Lord Strange

Children of John le Strange and Iseult <Unknown> are:

4067692 i. Roger le Strange, born 15 Aug 1301 in Knockyn, Shropshire, England; died 29 Jul 1349; married (1) Maud <Unknown>; married (2) Joan de Ingham Bef. 1321 in Longnor, Shropshire.

ii. Isabel le Strange, born Aft. 1313; died Aft. 1366; married Sir James d'Audley Bet. 1342 - Dec 1351; born 1313; died 13 Apr 1386.

Notes for Isabel le Strange:

Her parents not confirmed.

Notes for Sir James d'Audley:

KG

 

8135386. Sir John II de Ingham, born Abt. 1259; died Bef. 06 Apr 1310. He was the son of Oliver I de Ingham and Elizabeth <Unknown>. He married 8135387. Margery <Unknown>.

8135387. Margery <Unknown>

Children of John de Ingham and Margery <Unknown> are:

i. Sir Oliver de Ingham, born Abt. 1287; died Bef. 30 Jan 1343/44; married Elizabeth la Zouche; born Abt. 1300 in unproven.

Notes for Elizabeth la Zouche:

unproven

4067693 ii. Joan de Ingham, born 1299; died 1337; married Roger le Strange Bef. 1321 in Longnor, Shropshire.

 

8135392. Randolph de Neville, born 18 Oct 1262; died Aft. 18 Apr 1331. He was the son of Robert de Neville and Mary Fitz Randolph. He married 8135393. Euphemia de Clavering.

8135393. Euphemia de Clavering, born Abt. 1267. She was the daughter of Robert Fitz Robert de Clavering and Margery la Zouche.

Notes for Randolph de Neville:

Ralph de Neville ; Ranulph de Neville

Notes for Euphemia de Clavering:

Anastasia Euphemia Fitz Robert

Child of Randolph de Neville and Euphemia de Clavering is:

4067696 i. Sir Ralph de Neville, born Bet. 1290 - 1300; died 1367; married Alice d'Audley 14 Jan 1326/27.

 

8135394. Nicholas d'Audley, born 1289; died 1317. He was the son of Nicholas d'Audley and Katherine Giffard. He married 8135395. Joan Martin.

8135395. Joan Martin, died Abt. 1321. She was the daughter of William Martin and Eleanor FitzPiers.

Children of Nicholas d'Audley and Joan Martin are:

4067697 i. Alice d'Audley, born Aft. 1306; died 11 Jan 1374/75; married Sir Ralph de Neville 14 Jan 1326/27.

ii. Sir James d'Audley, born 1313; died 13 Apr 1386; married Isabel le Strange Bet. 1342 - Dec 1351; born Aft. 1313; died Aft. 1366.

Notes for Sir James d'Audley:

KG

Notes for Isabel le Strange:

Her parents not confirmed.

 

8135396. Henry de Percy, born Abt. 25 Mar 1273; died Oct 1314. He was the son of Sir Henry de Percy and Eleanor de Warenne. He married 8135397. Eleanor Fitz Alan Abt. 1297.

8135397. Eleanor Fitz Alan, born Bef. 1272; died Jul 1328. She was the daughter of 8136544. John Fitz Alan and 8136545. Isabella de Mortimer.

Notes for Henry de Percy:

Lord Percy, Regent of England in 1298; 1st Baron Percy

Notes for Eleanor Fitz Alan:

Eleanor de Arundel

Children of Henry de Percy and Eleanor Fitz Alan are:

4067698 i. Sir Henry de Percy, born 06 Feb 1300/01 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England; died 25 Feb 1351/52 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England; married Idonea de Clifford.

ii. William de Percy

 

8135398. Robert de Clifford, born 1275 in Westmoreland, England; died 1314 in Bannockburn, Scotland. He was the son of Roger de Clifford and Isabel de Vipount. He married 8135399. Maud de Clare Bef. 1300.

8135399. Maud de Clare, born Bef. 1285. She was the daughter of 4068286. Thomas de Clare and 4068287. Juliane Fitz Maurice.

Notes for Robert de Clifford:

Robert de Clifford, Lord Clifford, Captain General of the Marches of Scotland in 1299.

"History of Westmoreland", chapter about the Norman settlement, Barony of Appleby, page 101, gives pedigree, birth and death dates. Robert was the only son.

He was eight years old at his father's death. He was at an early age placed in high office, being Lord Warden of the marches when but twenty-three years of age. He was subsequently King's Lieutenant, and Captain-General in Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancashire and the marches towards Scotland; Lord High Admiral of England and Earl Marshall; a justice of the King's forests north of Trent, and he was one of four guardians appointed by Edward I for his son Edward. Robert de Clifford had from Edward II a grant of the castle and baroy of Skipton in Yorkshire, on condition of surrendering the property in Monmouthshire he had inherited from his father. He was killed in the battle of Bannockburn, in 1314, leaving two sons. The record states he was forty when he died (but other dates conflict with that). From the book " ... that one of them (Cliffords) should die in his bed was an infrequent variation on their usual practice of being slain in battle."

Children of Robert de Clifford and Maud de Clare are:

4067699 i. Idonea de Clifford, born Abt. 1303 in Clifford, Herefordshire, England; died 13 Aug 1365 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England; married Sir Henry de Percy.

ii. Roger de Clifford, born Bef. 1305 in England; died 1327 in England.

Notes for Roger de Clifford:

First son of Robert, who sided with the barons and was severely wounded at the Battle of Boroughbridge; some accounts say that he was executed at York with others, but he seems to have survived until 1327. His lands were forfeited, and some of them were granted to Sir Andrew de Harcla. De Harcla forfeited them for alleged treason, and the whole of the estates were restored to Roger de Clifford a month before his death. He never married, but had some children by one Julian, who gave her name to Julian's Bower, near Whinfell.

iii. Robert de Clifford, born 05 Nov 1305 in England; died 20 May 1344 in England; married Isabel de Berkeley Jun 1328; born Abt. 1308 in Westmoreland, England; died 25 Jul 1362 in Westmoreland, England.

 

8135408. William Montagu, born 1301 in Cassington, Oxfordshire, England; died 30 Jan 1342/43 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England. He was the son of Sir William de Montague and Elizabeth de Montfort. He married 8135409. Katherine de Grandison 1327 in Cassington, Oxfordshire, England.

8135409. Katherine de Grandison, born Abt. 1304. She was the daughter of William de Grandison and Sybil de Tregoz.

Notes for William Montagu:

or William Montecute; 1st Earl of Salisbury; William Montacute. Died of bruises received in a tournament at Windsor, 30 Jan 1343, Windsor Berks, England

Notes for Katherine de Grandison:

or Catherine de Grandison; Catherine Grandisson

Children of William Montagu and Katherine de Grandison are:

i. William Montagu, born 25 Jun 1328 in Donyatt, Somerset; died 03 Jun 1397; married (1) Joan Plantagenet Bet. 1339 - 15 Oct 1348 in (aged 11, later annulled); born 29 Sep 1328 in Wallingford Castle, Berkshire, England; died 08 Aug 1385 in Wallingford, Berkshire, England; married (2) Elizabeth de Mohun Aft. 1348; born Abt. 1328.

Notes for William Montagu:

William de Montacute, 2nd Earl Salisbury

ii. Sibyl de Montagu, born Abt. 1330 in Donyatt, Somersetshire, England; married Edmund Fitz Alan Bef. 1345 in Donyatt, Somersetshire, England; born Abt. 1327.

iii. Philippa de Montagu, born Abt. 1332 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; died 05 Jan 1381/82 in England; married Roger de Mortimer; born 11 Nov 1328 in Ludlow, Shropshire, England; died 26 Feb 1359/60 in Romera, Burgundy, France.

Notes for Roger de Mortimer:

4th Earl of March

4067704 iv. John Montagu, died Feb 1388/89; married Margaret de Monthermer.

 

8135410. Thomas de Monthermer, born 1301; died 1340. He was the son of Sir Ralph de Monthermer and 2034119. Joan Plantagenet. He married 8135411. Margaret Tiptoft.

8135411. Margaret Tiptoft, died 1349.

Child of Thomas de Monthermer and Margaret Tiptoft is:

4067705 i. Margaret de Monthermer, born 1329; died Mar 1393/94; married John Montagu.

 

8135416. Sir Robert de Holand, born Abt. 1283 in Upholland, Lancaster, England; died 07 Oct 1328 in Windsor, England. He was the son of Sir Robert de Holand and Elizabeth de Samlesbury. He married 8135417. Maud la Zouche 1311 in Leicester, England.

8135417. Maud la Zouche, born 1290 in Ashby, Leicestershire, England; died 31 May 1341 in Upholland, Lancaster, England. She was the daughter of Alan la Zouche and Eleanor de Segrave.

Notes for Sir Robert de Holand:

1st Baron of Holand; 1st Lord Holand

Secretary to Thomas, Earl of Lancaster

Children of Robert de Holand and Maud la Zouche are:

i. Robert de Holand, born Aft. 1311.

4067708 ii. Lord Thomas I de Holand, born Abt. 1314 in Broughton, Buckingham, England; died 26 Dec 1360 in Normandie, France; married Joan Plantagenet Bet. 1346 - 1348 in England.

iii. Otho de Holand

iv. John de Holand, born Aft. 1314.

v. Alan de Holand

vi. Elizabeth de Holand, born Abt. 1320 in Upholland, Lancaster, England; married (1) Henry Fitz Roger; married (2) William Botiller Bef. Jul 1343; born Bef. 1324 in Wem, Shrops, England; died 14 Aug 1369.

Notes for William Botiller:

Lord Botiller of Wem and Oversley

vii. Margaret de Holand, born Bef. 1310; died Aug 1349; married John La Warre Bef. 1326; born Bet. 1295 - 1305; died Bef. 24 Jun 1331.

viii. Matilda de Holand

ix. Jane de Holand, born Abt. 1318.

x. Isabella de Holand

xi. Maud 'Matilda' de Holand, born Abt. 1319 in Foxhall, Stafford, England; married Thomas de Swynnerton; born Abt. 1319 in Foxhall, Stafford, England.

Notes for Thomas de Swynnerton:

3rd Lor Swinnerton; Thomas de Swinnerton

 

8135418. Edmund Plantagenet, born 05 Aug 1301 in Woodstock Palace, Oxford, England; died 19 Mar 1329/30 in beheaded at Winchester. He was the son of 4068238. Edward I 'Longshanks' of England and 4068269. Margaret le Hardy of France. He married 8135419. Margaret Wake 06 Oct 1325 in Blisworth, Northamptonshire, England.

8135419. Margaret Wake, born Abt. 1299; died 28 Sep 1349. She was the daughter of Sir John Wake and Joan de Fiennes.

Notes for Edmund Plantagenet:

1st Earl of Kent, Earl of Arundel

Notes for Margaret Wake:

Bss Margaret "of Liddell"

Children of Edmund Plantagenet and Margaret Wake are:

i. Edmund Plantagenet, born 1326; died 05 Jan 1330/31.

Notes for Edmund Plantagenet:

2nd Earl of Kent, Baron Woodstock

ii. Margaret Plantagenet, born 1327; died Bef. 1352; married Amadeus de la Brette.

Notes for Amadeus de la Brette:

sn d´Albret

4067709 iii. Joan Plantagenet, born 29 Sep 1328 in Wallingford Castle, Berkshire, England; died 08 Aug 1385 in Wallingford, Berkshire, England; married (1) William Montagu Bet. 1339 - 15 Oct 1348 in (aged 11, later annulled); married (2) Lord Thomas I de Holand Bet. 1346 - 1348 in England; married (3) Edward Plantagenet 10 Oct 1361 in Old Windsor, Berkshire, England.

iv. John Plantagenet, born 07 Apr 1330 in Arundel Castle, Sussex, England; died 26 Dec 1352; married Elizabeth of Jülich Aft. 03 Apr 1348; died 06 Jun 1411.

Notes for John Plantagenet:

3rd Earl of Kent ; Baron Wake of Liddell 1349

 

8135584. William Wentworth II, died 1295. He was the son of William Wentworth I and Beatrix Thakel. He married 8135585. Dionysia Rotherfield.

8135585. Dionysia Rotherfield

Child of William Wentworth and Dionysia Rotherfield is:

4067792 i. William Wentworth III, married Isabel Pollington.

 

8135586. William Pollington He married 8135587. Isabella Horbury.

8135587. Isabella Horbury

Child of William Pollington and Isabella Horbury is:

4067793 i. Isabel Pollington, married William Wentworth III.

 

8135600. Philip le Despencer, born Bef. 1293 in Goushill, Lincolnshire, England; died 24 Sep 1313. He was the son of 2034116. Earl Hugh le Despencer and 2034117. Isabel de Beauchamp. He married 8135601. Margaret de Goushill.

8135601. Margaret de Goushill, born 12 May 1294 in Goushill, Lincolnshire, England; died 29 Jul 1349 in Nettlestead, Gloucestershire, England. She was the daughter of Ralph de Goushill and Hawise de Warin.

Child of Philip le Despencer and Margaret de Goushill is:

4067800 i. Philip le Despencer, born 06 Apr 1313; died Aug 1349; married Joan de Cobham.

 

8135608. Payn de Tibetot, born Bet. 1275 - 1279; died Abt. 1314. He was the son of Robert de Tiptoft and Eva <Unknown>. He married 8135609. Agnes de Ros.

8135609. Agnes de Ros, born Abt. 1280. She was the daughter of William de Ros and Maud de Vaux.

Notes for Payn de Tibetot:

1st Baron Tiptoft

Child of Payn de Tibetot and Agnes de Ros is:

4067804 i. John de Tibetot, born Abt. 1305; died 1356; married (1) Elizabeth Aspall; married (2) Margaret (Maud) de Badlesmere Bef. 27 Jul 1337.

 

8135612. John Deincourt, born Bef. 1280; died Bef. 1326. He was the son of Lord Sir Edward Deincourt and Isabel de Mohun.

Child of John Deincourt is:

4067806 i. Lord Sir William Deincourt, born Bef. 1300 in of Blankney, Lincoln, England; died 02 Jun 1364; married Milicent la Zouche Bef. 1326.

 

8135614. Lord William la Zouche, born 28 Dec 1276 in Haryngworth, Northants, England; died 11 Mar 1350/51. He was the son of 4068226. Eudo la Zouche and 4068227. Millicent de Cantelou. He married 8135615. Maud Lovel Bef. 15 Feb 1295/96.

8135615. Maud Lovel, born Abt. 1280; died 1346. She was the daughter of Lord John Lovel and Isabel de Bois.

Notes for Lord William la Zouche:

Lord Zouche of Haryngworth

Child of William la Zouche and Maud Lovel is:

4067807 i. Milicent la Zouche, born Bef. 1305; died 22 Jun 1379; married Lord Sir William Deincourt Bef. 1326.

 

8135616. Baron Edmund de Stafford, born 15 Jul 1273; died Bef. 12 Aug 1308. He was the son of Lord Nicholas de Stafford and Alianore Clinton. He married 8135617. Margaret Basset Bef. 1298.

8135617. Margaret Basset, born Bef. 1283; died 17 Mar 1336/37. She was the daughter of Ralph Basset and Hawise <Unknown>.

Notes for Baron Edmund de Stafford:

First Baron Stafford, MP 1300.

Children of Edmund de Stafford and Margaret Basset are:

4067810 i. Earl Ralph de Stafford, born 24 Sep 1301 in Tunbridge, Stafford, England; died 31 Aug 1372 in Tunbridge Castle, England; married (1) Katherine de Hastings; married (2) Baroness Margaret d'Audley 10 Aug 1336 in England.

ii. Elizabeth de Stafford, born Abt. 1305; died 07 Aug 1376; married Fulk le Strange; born Abt. 1303 in Of Longnor, Shropshire, England.

iii. Sir Richard de Stafford, born Abt. 1305 in of Pipe, Staffordshire, England; married (1) Isabel Vernon; born in of Harlaston, Staffordshire, England; met (2) <Unknown> Abt. 1331; married (3) Matilda 'Maud' Stafford Abt. 1357.

Notes for Sir Richard de Stafford:

Founder' of St. Andrew's Church, Clifton Campville although a church existed at the time of the Domesday survey in 1086-9.

4067808 iv. William de Stafford, born Abt. 1308; died in of Bramshall.

v. Humphrey de Stafford

vi. Mary de Stafford, married Sir James Stafford; died in of Sandon.

vii. Catherine Stafford, married John Giffard; died in of Chillington.

 

8135622. Sir John de Hastings, born Bef. 1281; died in of Chebsey, co Stafford. He married 8135623. Eve <Unknown>.

8135623. Eve <Unknown>

Child of John de Hastings and Eve <Unknown> is:

4067811 i. Katherine de Hastings, born Aft. 1301 in of Chebsey, co. Stafford; died Bef. 1336; married Earl Ralph de Stafford.

 

8135628. Sir William Trussell, born Abt. 1290 in of Marston Trussell, Northamptonshire; died Abt. 1345 in of Acton Trussell. He was the son of William Trussell. He married 8135629. Matilda 'Maud' de Mainwaring Bef. 1312.

8135629. Matilda 'Maud' de Mainwaring, born Bef. 1295. She was the daughter of Warin de Mainwaring and Agnes de Arderne.

Notes for Sir William Trussell:

There were apparently several Williams and Warrens and this time, and some heirs were cousins and nephews and nieces, complicating attempts to unravel this. A good summary of the issues can be found in the rootsweb thread:

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/GEN-MEDIEVAL/2007-09/1189870114

including all subsequent posts on the thread.

In 1327 one William Trussell was joint spokesman for Lords and Commons. Again he appered in 1340 and 1343 for Commons.

Notes for Matilda 'Maud' de Mainwaring:

Maud married 2nd Oliver de Burdeaux by 1317.

Children of William Trussell and Matilda de Mainwaring are:

i. Sir John Trussell, born Bef. 1312; married (1) <Daughter> Butler; born in of Wem; married (2) <Daughter> Strange.

ii. Sir William Trussell, born Abt. 1315; died Abt. 1363 in of Kibblestone or Cublesdon; married (1) Isabella <Unknown>; died Bef. 1348; married (2) Ida le Boteler; born in of Wem, Shropshire.

Notes for Sir William Trussell:

Admiral, Constable of Odiham Castle; held the manor of Blaken [it was he who founded Shottesbrooke church]

http://www.britannia.com/bios/gents/wtrussell.html

It was in 1335 that William purchased Shottesbrooke from a London Vintner and it is here that he mostly resided, along with his wife, Isabelle

 

4067814 iii. Sir Warren Trussell, born Bef. 1317; died Bef. 12 Feb 1364/65 in of Billesley, Warwickshire; married Maud de Saint Philibert Bef. 1341.

iv. Maud Trussell, born Bef. 1317; married <Unknown> Cocksey.

v. Julianna Trussell, born Abt. 1330; married Sir Robert de Pembridge; born Bef. 1330.

Notes for Julianna Trussell:

Juliane Trussell (uncertain she was a Trussell)

 

8135630. Sir John de Saint Philibert, born Abt. 1293; died Bef. 22 Feb 1332/33. He married 8135631. Ada de Botetourte.

8135631. Ada de Botetourte, born Aft. 1293; died 1349. She was the daughter of John Walter Fitzroy de Botetourte and Matilda 'Maud' FitzThomas.

Child of John de Saint Philibert and Ada de Botetourte is:

4067815 i. Maud de Saint Philibert, born Abt. 1320; died Bef. 1419; married Sir Warren Trussell Bef. 1341.

 

8135640. Peter de Arderne, born Abt. 1241 in Aldford, Cheshire, England. He was the son of Wakeline de Arderne and Agnes de Orreby. He married 8135641. Margaret <Unknown>.

8135641. Margaret <Unknown>

Child of Peter de Arderne and Margaret <Unknown> is:

4067820 i. John de Arderne, born Abt. 1275 in Aldford, Cheshire, England; died 1308 in Aldford, Cheshire, England; married Margaret Griffith.

 

8135642. Griffith ap Madoc, born Abt. 1218 in Powis, Montgomeryshire, England. He married 8135643. Emma of Aldithley.

8135643. Emma of Aldithley, born Abt. 1218 in Heleigh Castle, Staffordshire, England.

Child of Griffith ap Madoc and Emma of Aldithley is:

4067821 i. Margaret Griffith, born Abt. 1270 in Bromfield, Somersetshire, England; married John de Arderne.

 

8135674. Sir Walter de Faucomberge, died 1304. He married 8135675. Agnes de Brus.

8135675. Agnes de Brus, born in of Skelton co York; died Abt. 1280. She was the daughter of Peter II de Brus and Baroness Hawise Kendal.

Notes for Sir Walter de Faucomberge:

Lord of Rise & Witahernwick in Holderness

Child of Walter de Faucomberge and Agnes de Brus is:

4067837 i. Anice de Faucomberge, died Aft. 1323; married Sir Nicholas Engaine.

 

8135808. Earl William de Beauchamp, born Abt. 1215 in Elmley Castle, Worcester, England. He was the son of Walcherine de Beauchamp and Joan de Mortimer. He married 8135809. Isabel de Maudit.

8135809. Isabel de Maudit, born Abt. 1227 in Hanslape, Buckinghamshire, England; died Bef. 1268. She was the daughter of William Mauduit and Alice de Newburg.

Notes for Earl William de Beauchamp:

Earl of Elmley Castle (5th).

Children of William de Beauchamp and Isabel de Maudit are:

4068234 i. Earl William de Beauchamp, born Aft. 1240; died Abt. 05 Jun 1298; married Maud Fitz John.

ii. Sarah de Beauchamp, born Bef. 1252 in Emley Castle, Worcestershire, England; died Aft. Jul 1317; married Richard Talbot Aft. Jan 1267/68; born Abt. 1250 in Hereford, England; died Bef. 03 Sep 1306 in Eccleswall, Gloucestershire, England.

Notes for Richard Talbot:

Gov. of Cardiff

4067904 iii. Walter de Beauchamp, born Bef. 1255; married Alice de Toeni 1303.

iv. Isabel de Beauchamp, born Abt. 1246; died 30 May 1306; married William le Blount; born Abt. 1233; died 1280.

 

8135810. Roger V de Toeni, born 1235 in of Flamstead, Herts, England; died Bef. 12 May 1264 in France. He was the son of Ralph de Toeni and Petronel de Lacy. He married 8135811. Alice de Bohun Bef. 1255.

8135811. Alice de Bohun, born 1231; died Abt. 1255 in Bur. Llanthony Pr., Gloucester, England. She was the daughter of Humphrey V de Bohun and Maude d'Eu.

Notes for Alice de Bohun:

Alice de Bohun may have married Ralph de Toeni, and this line may be mixed up.

Children of Roger de Toeni and Alice de Bohun are:

i. Ralph de Toeni VII, born 1255 in Of Flamstead, Herts, England; died Bef. Jul 1295 in Gascony, France; married Mary <Unknown>.

4067905 ii. Alice de Toeni, born Abt. 1255; married Walter de Beauchamp 1303.

 

8135814. Robert de Muscegros, born 1252 in Charlton, England; died 27 Dec 1280. He was the son of Sir John de Muscegros and Lady Cicely Avenal. He married 8135815. Agnes de Ferrers.

8135815. Agnes de Ferrers, born 1244 in Derby, Derbyshire, England; died 09 May 1281. She was the daughter of 8136450. Earl William III de Ferrers and 8136451. Margaret de Quincy.

Child of Robert de Muscegros and Agnes de Ferrers is:

4067907 i. Hawise de Muscegros, born 21 Dec 1276 in Charlton, England; died Aft. 24 Jun 1340; married (1) Sir Baron John de Ferrers Abt. 1293; married (2) Sir John de Bures Aft. 1312.

 

8135820. William de Saye IV, born 20 Nov 1253; died 06 Sep 1295. He was the son of William de Saye III and Sibyl Marshall. He married 8135821. Elizabeth <Unknown>.

8135821. Elizabeth <Unknown>, born Aft. 1253; died 1295.

Child of William de Saye and Elizabeth <Unknown> is:

4067910 i. Geoffrey Geffrid de Saye III, born 1281; died 03 Mar 1320/21; married Ideona de Leybourne.

 

8135822. William de Leybourne, born 1245; died 12 Mar 1308/09. He was the son of Roger de Leybourne. He married 8135823. Juliana de Sandwich.

8135823. Juliana de Sandwich, born Abt. 1263; died 1327.

Child of William de Leybourne and Juliana de Sandwich is:

4067911 i. Ideona de Leybourne, born Abt. 1283; died 1369; married Geoffrey Geffrid de Saye III.

 

8136290. Philippe IV Capet Roi of France, born 1268 in Fontainebleu, France; died 29 Nov 1314 in Fontainebleu, France. He was the son of 8136538. Philippe III King of France and Isabella de Aragón. He married 8136291. Joan I de Navarre 1284.

8136291. Joan I de Navarre, born 1271; died 1305 in Vincennes, France. She was the daughter of Henri I King de Navarre and 4068261. Blanche d'Artois.

Notes for Philippe IV Capet Roi of France:

"The Fair"

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12004a.htm

Philip IV

Surnamed Le Bel (the Fair)

King of France, b. at Fontainebleau, 1268; d. there, 29 Nov., 1314; son of Philip III and Isabel of Aragon; became king, 5 Oct. 1285, on the death of his father, and was consecrated at Reims, 6 Jan., 1286, with his wife Jeanne, daughter of Henry I, King of Navarre, Count of Champagne and Brie; this marriage united these territories to the royal domain. Having taken Viviers and Lyons from the empire, Valenciennes, the inhabitants of which united themselves voluntarily with France, La Marche and Angoumois, which he seized from the lawful heirs of Hugues de Lusigan, Philip whished to expel Edward I of England from Guienne, all of which province, with the exception of Bordeaux and Bayonne, was occupied in 1294 and 1295. By the Treaty of Montreuil, negotiated by Boniface VIII, he gave Guienne as a gift to his daughter Isabel, who married the son of Edward I, on condition that this young prince should hold the province as Philip's vassal. Philip wished to punish Count Guy of Flanders, an ally of England, and caused Charles of Valois to invade his territory, but he was defeated at Coutrai by the Flemings, who were roused by the heavy taxes imposed on them by Philip; he took his revenge on the Flemings at the naval victory of Zierichzee and the land victory of Mons en Puelle; then in 1305 he recognized Robert, Guy's son, as his vassal and retained possession of Lille, Douai, Orchies and Valenciennes. Having thus extended his kingdom, Philip endeavored energetically to centralize the government and impose a very rigorous fiscal system. Legists like Enguerrand, Philippe de Marigny, Pierre de Latilly, Pierre Flotte, Raoul de Presle, and Guillaume de Plassan, helped him to establish firmly this royal absolutism and set up a tyrannical power.

These legists were called the chevaliers de l'hôtel, the chevaliers ès lois, the milites regis; they were not nobles, neither did they bear arms, but they ranked as knights. The appearance of these legists in the Government of France is one of the leading events of the reign of Philip IV. Renan explains its significance in these words: "An entirely new class of politicians, owing their fortune entirely to their own merit and personal efforts, unreservedly devoted to the king who had made them, and rivals of the Church, whose place they hoped to fill in many matters, thus appeared in the history of France, and were destined to work a profound change in the conduct of public affairs."

It was these legists who incited and supported Philip IV in his conflict with the papacy and the trial of the Templars. In the articles Boniface VIII; Clement V; Molai; Templars, will be found an account of the relations of Philip IV with the Holy See; M. Lizerand, in 1910, has given us a study on Philip IV and Clement V, containing thirty-seven unpublished letters written by the two sovereigns. The principal adviser of Philip in his hostile relations with the Curia was the legist Guillaume de Nogaret (q.v.). Renan, who made a close study of Nogaret's dealings with Boniface VIII, Clement V, and the Templars, thinks that despite his ardent profession of Catholic fidelity he was somewhat hypocritical, at all events "he was not an honest man," and that "he could not have been deceived by the false testimony which he stirred up and the sophisms he provoked." Nogaret's methods of combating Boniface VIII and the Templars are better understood when we examine, in Gaston Paris's work, the curious trial of Guichard, Bishop of Troyes, for witchcraft.

Another important personage whose curious writings must be read to understand the policy of Philip correctly is Pierre Dubois. He had been a pupil of St. Thomas Aquinas at the University of Paris, and was a lawyer at Coutances. In 1300 Dubois wrote a work on the means of shortening the wars and conflicts of France; in 1302 he published several virulent pamphlets against Boniface VIII; between 1304 and 1308, he wrote a very important work "De recuperatione Terrae Sanctae"; in 1309 alone, he wrote on the question of the Holy Roman Empire, on the Eastern question, and against the Templars. Dubois started from the idea that France ought to subdue the papacy, after which ti would be easy for the King of France to use the papal influence for his own advantage. He whished his king to become master of the Papal States, to administer them, to reduce the castles and cities of this state to his obedience, and to force Tuscany, Sicily, England, and Aragon, vassal countries of the Holy See, to do homage to the King of France; in return the king was to grant the pope the revenues of the Papal States. "It depends on the pope," wrote he in his work of 1302, "to rid himself of his worldly occupations and to preserve his revenues without having any trouble about them; if he does not wish to accept such an advantageous offer, he will incur universal reproach for his cupidity, pride, and rash presumption." "Clement V," continued Dubois in his treatise "De recuperation Terrae Sanctae," "after having given up his temporal possessions to the King of France, would be protected against the miasma of Rome, and would live long in good health, in his native land of France, where he would create a sufficient number of French cardinals to preserve the papacy from the rapacious hands of the Romans." Dubois desired not only that the King of France should subjugate the papacy, but that the empire should be forced to cede to France the left bank of the Rhine, Provence, Savoy, and all its rights in Liguria, Venice and Lombardy.

In 1308, after the death of the Emperor Albert I, he even thought of having the pope confer the imperial crown on the French Capets. He also devised plans for subjugating Spain. Thus reorganized by France Christian Europe was (in the mind of Pierre Dubois) to undertake the Crusade; the Holy Land would be reconquered, and on the return, the Palaeologi, who reigned at Constantinople, would be replaced by the Capetian, Charles of Valois, representing the rights of Catherine de Courtenay to the Latin Empire of Constantinople. The personal influence of Pierre Dubois on Philip IV must not be exaggerated. Although all his writings were presented to the king, Dubois never had an official place in Philips's council. However, there is an indisputable parallelism between his ideas and certain political maneuvers of Philip IV. For instance on 9 June, 1308, Philip wrote to Henry of Carinthia, King of Bohemia, to propose Charles of Valois as a candidate for the crown of Germany; and on 11 June he sent three knights into Germany to offer money to the electors. This was fruitless labour, however, for Henry of Luxemburg was elected and Clement V, less subservient to the King of France than certain enemies of the papacy have said, hastened to confirm the election.

Philip IV was not really a free-thinker; he was religious, and even made pilgrimages: his attitude toward the inquisition is not that of a free-thinker, as is especially apparent in the trial of the Franciscan Bernard Délicieux. The latter brought the deputies of Carcassonne and Albi to Philip IV at Senlis, to complain of the Dominican inquisitors of Languedoc; the result of his action was an ordinance of Philip putting the Dominican inquisitors under the control of the bishops. On the receipt of this news Languedoc became inflamed against the Dominicans; Bernard Délicieux in 1303 headed the movement in Carcassonne, and when in 1304 Philip and the queen visited Toulouse and Carcassonne, he organized tumultuous manifestations. The king was displeased, and discontinued his proceedings against the Dominicans. Then Bernard Délicieux and some of the people of Carcassonne conspired to deliver the town into the hands of Prince Fernand, Infant of Majorca; Philip caused sixteen of the inhabitants to be hanged, and imposed a heavy fine on the town; and this conspiracy of Bernard Délicieux against the king and the Inquisition was one of the reasons of his condemnation later in 1318 to perpetual In Pace, or monastic imprisonment.

Philip IV was not therefore in any way a systematic adversary of the inquisition. On the other hand, recently published documents show that he was sincerely attached to the idea of a Crusade. From the memoirs of Rabban Cauma, ambassador of Argoun, King of the Tatars, translated from the Syriac by Abbe Chabot, we learn that Philip said to Rabban in Sept., 1287: "If the Mongolians, who are not Christians, fight to capture Jerusalem, we have much more reason n to fight; if it be God's will, we will go with an army." And the news of the fall of Saint-Jean d'Acre (1291), which induced so many provincial councils to express a desire for a new crusade was certainly calculated to strengthen this resolution of the king. We have referred to Dubois's zeal for the conquest of the Holy Land; Nogaret was perhaps a still stronger advocate of the project; but in the plan which he outlined about 1310, the first step, according to him, was to place all the money of the Church of France in the king's hands.

The French Church under Philip IV displayed very little independence; it was in reality enslaved to the royal will. Almost every year it contributed to the treasury with or without the pope's approval, a tenth and sometimes a fifth of its revenues; these pecuniary sacrifices were consented to by the clergy in the provincial councils, which in return asked certain concessions or favors of the king; but Philip's fiscal agents, if they met with resistance, laid down the principle that the king could by his own authority collect from all his subjects, especially in case of necessity, whatever taxes he wished. His officers frequently harassed the clergy in a monstrous manner; and the documents by which Philip confirmed the immunities of the Church always contained subtle restrictions which enabled the king's agents to violate them.

A list of the gravamina of the Churches and the clerics, discussed at the Council of Vienne (1311), contains ample proof of the abuse of authority to which the Church was subjected, and the writer of the poem "Avisemens pour le roy Loys," composed in 1315 for Louis X, exhorted this new king to live in peace with the Church, which Philip IV had not done. To concentrate in his hands all the wealth of the French Church for the Crusade, and then to endeavor to make an agreement with the papacy for the control and disposition of the income of the Universal Church, was the peculiar policy of Philip IV. Recently some verses have been discovered, written by a contemporary on a leaf of register of the deliberations of Notre-Dame de Chartres, which reveal the impression produced by this policy on the minds of certain contemporaries:

 

Jam Petri navais titubat, racio quia clavis.

Errat; rex, papa, facti sunt unica capa,

Declarant, do des Pilatus et alter Herodes.

Philip IV, by his formal condemnation of the memory of Boniface VIII, appointed himself judge of the orthodoxy of the popes. It was laid down as a principle, says Geoffrey of Paris, that "the king is to submit to the spiritual power only if the pope is in the right faith." The adversaries of the "theocracy" of the Middle Ages hail Philip IV as its destroyer; and in their enthusiasm for him, by an extraordinary error, they proclaim him a precursor of modern liberty. On the contrary he was an absolutist in the fullest sense of the term. The Etats généraux of 1302, in which the Third Estate declared that the king had no superior on earth, were the precursors of the false Gallican theories of Divine right, so favorable to the absolutism of sovereigns.

The civilization of the Middle Ages was based on a great principle, an essentially liberal principle, from which arose the political liberty of England; according to that principle, taxes before being raised by royal authority, ought to be approved by the tax-payers. Boniface VIII in the conflict of 1302 was only maintaining this principle, when he insisted on the consent of the clergy to the collection of the tithes. In the struggle between Philip and Boniface, Philip represents absolutism, Boniface the old medieval ideas of autonomy. "The reign of Philip IV," writes Renan, "is the reign which contributed most to form the France of the five succeeding centuries, with its good and bad qualities. The milites regis, those ennobled plebeians, became the agents of all important political business; the princes of the royal blood alone remained superior to or on an equality with them; the real nobility, which elsewhere established the parliamentary governments, was excluded from participating in the public policy." Renan is right in declaring that the first act of the French magistracy was "to diminish the power of the Church per fas et nefas" to establish the absolutism of the king; and that such conduct was for this magistracy "an original sin."

Notes for Joan I de Navarre:

Juana of Navarre ; Jeane of Navarre

Children of Philippe of France and Joan de Navarre are:

4068145 i. Isabelle of France, born Bet. 1292 - 1295 in Seine, France; died 22 Aug 1358 in Norfolk, England; married Edward II Plantagenet King of England 22 Jan 1307/08 in Bolougne, France.

ii. Louis X Capet Roi of France, born 04 Oct 1289 in Paris, France; died 05 Jun 1316 in Vincennes, France; married Marguerite de Bourgogne 23 Sep 1305; born Aft. 1289.

Notes for Louis X Capet Roi of France:

Count of Champagne and King of Navarre 1305-1316. "The Headstrong"

Louis X, Fr. Louis le Hutin [the quarrelsome], 1289-1316, king of France (1314-16), son and successor of Philip IV. His reign was dominated by his uncle, Charles of Valois, and was distinguished by his concessions to the barons in the form of charters. The death soon after birth of his posthumous son and successor, John I, opened the succession to Philip V.

iii. Philip V Roi of France, born Abt. 1294 in Lyons, France; died 03 Jan 1321/22 in Longchamp, France; married Jeanne 'Joan' de Bourgogne 1307; born Bef. 15 Jan 1291/92; died 1330.

Notes for Philip V Roi of France:

"The Tall" ; King of Navarre

Philip V (Philip the Tall), c. 1294-1322, king of France (1317-22), son of King Philip IV. He became regent in 1316 on the death of his brother Louis X, who was survived by his pregnant wife and infant daughter. On the death of John I (1316), the posthumous son of Louis, Philip took the crown for himself in the absence of a direct male heir and was crowned (1317) king. This helped to establish the Salic law in France, which excluded females from the royal succession. Philip's reign was notable for his frequent consultations of national assemblies and for his administrative, judiciary, and military reforms. He was succeeded by his brother, Charles IV.

Notes for Jeanne 'Joan' de Bourgogne:

Countess Palatine of Burgundy; Jeanne de Chalon, Countess of Burgundy

iv. Charles IV Roi of France, born Abt. 1294; died 01 Feb 1327/28 in Vincennes, France; married (1) Blanche de Bourgogne 1308; born 1295; died Bet. 1325 - 1326; married (2) Marie of Luxemburg 21 Sep 1322; born Abt. 1300; died Abt. 1323; married (3) Jeanne d'Evreux 1325 in Paris; born 1310; died 04 Mar 1369/70 in Brie Comte Robert.

Notes for Charles IV Roi of France:

King of France and Navarre

Charles IV (Charles the Fair), 1294-1328, king of France (1322-28), youngest son of Philip IV, brother and successor of Philip V. Charles continued his brother's work of strengthening the royal power. He also increased the royal revenues, notably by debasing the coinage. Pope John XXII, having declared Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV deposed, offered (1324) to support Charles for emperor, but the plan came to nothing. Charles invaded (1324) Guienne (Aquitaine), a possession of the English king, and in 1327 he compelled England to cede to France the Guienne districts around Agen and Bazas and to pay a large indemnity. The English, however, retained the rest of Guienne. Charles, the last king of the Capetian dynasty, was succeeded by Philip VI, of the Valois line.

Notes for Blanche de Bourgogne:

On divorce she entered the convent of Maubuisson

 

8136292. Jean II d'Avesnes, born 1247; died 22 Aug 1304. He was the son of Jean I d'Avesnes and Alida Countess de Hainault. He married 8136293. Philippa de Luxembourg.

8136293. Philippa de Luxembourg, born Abt. 1252; died 06 Apr 1311. She was the daughter of Henry V de Luxembourg and Margaret of Bar.

Notes for Jean II d'Avesnes:

Count of Hainault

Children of Jean d'Avesnes and Philippa de Luxembourg are:

i. Marie d'Avesnes, born Abt. 1280; died 1354; married Louis I de Bourbon 1310 in Pontoise; born 1279 in Clermont; died 29 Jan 1341/42.

Notes for Louis I de Bourbon:

DLouis I "le Boiteux", Duc de Bourbon, Cte de Clermont 1315, Cte de la Marche et de Castres 1327

ii. Margarete de Hainault, born Bef. 1282; died 18 Oct 1342; married Robert II d'Artois 1298; born Aft. Aug 1250; died 11 Jul 1302.

4068146 iii. Willem III d'Avesnes, born Abt. 1286 in Of Avesnes, Pas-De-Calais, France; died 07 Jun 1337 in Valenciennes, France; married (1) Alida de Hainault; married (2) Trude van de Poele; married (3) Doedijn de Hainault; married (4) Jeanne de Valois Bet. 19 - 29 May 1305 in Chanay, Ain, France.

 

8136294. Charles III de Valois, born 12 Mar 1269/70 in Vincennes; died 16 Dec 1325 in Nogent-le-Roi, France. He was the son of 8136538. Philippe III King of France and Isabella de Aragón. He married 8136295. Marguerite Capet 16 Aug 1290.

8136295. Marguerite Capet, born 1273 in Naples, Italy; died 31 Dec 1299. She was the daughter of Charles II Capet King of Naples and Maria Princess of Hungary.

Notes for Charles III de Valois:

Count de Valois ; Duke of Valois-MaineCte Charles de Valois et d'Alençon 1286, de Chartres et du Perche, Emperor of Constantinople 1301

Children of Charles de Valois and Marguerite Capet are:

i. Philippe VI King of France, born 1293 in Fontainebleau, France; died 22 Aug 1350 in Nogent-le-Roi, France; married (1) Johanna de Bourgogne Jul 1313 in Fontainebleau; born 1293 in Bourgogne; died 12 Sep 1348; married (2) Blanche de Navarre 1349 in Brie-Comte-Robert; born Bef. 1334; died 1398 in Neaufle-le-Chatel.

Notes for Philippe VI King of France:

Count de Valois, of Anjou, of Maine, of Alençon, the Pole and Chartres, married in 1313 to Jeanne of Burgundy.

He became regent with death of Charles IV, whose widow, the queen Jeanne d' Evreux, was pregnant. The child being a girl, Philippe becomes king in 1328, pursuant to the salic law, forbidding a woman to go up on the throne.

In 1328, he assembled a force in Flandres, to support the count of Nevers against a revolt. (revenge on Flemish of the defeat of Courtrai in 1302).

1337: Beginning of the One hundred years war. With the origin a competition between Edward III of England and Philippe VI who confiscated the stronghold of Guyenne to him (the king of England was forced to lend the liege homage to him, which Edward refused). Edward III took the title of King of France and attacked, allied with Flemish.

1338: Regency of the Jeanne, queen, during of the king's absence at war.

1340: defeat of the French fleet to the Lock (Bruges).

1346: Edward III attacked in France, gained the victory of Crécy (in Ponthieu, close to Boulogne on sea), and put the seat in front of Calais. Philippe VI joins together the "States General" which voted to grant him exceptional taxes for its fight against the English.

1347: Capitulation of Calais which will remain English until the 16th century (it was the episode of "the middle-class men of Calais '', immortalized by Rodin). Beginning of the epidemic of Black Death which will devastate Europe (10 million died in France, half of the population).

4068147 ii. Jeanne de Valois, born Abt. 1294; died 07 Mar 1342/43; married Willem III d'Avesnes Bet. 19 - 29 May 1305 in Chanay, Ain, France.

iii. Charles II d'Alençon, died 26 Aug 1346.

Notes for Charles II d'Alençon:

Comte d'Alençon

 

8136448. Maurice de Berkeley, born 04 Apr 1218 in Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England; died 04 Apr 1281. He was the son of Thomas de Berkeley and Joan Somery. He married 8136449. Isabel de Chilham Abt. 12 Jul 1247.

8136449. Isabel de Chilham, born Abt. 1218; died 07 Jul 1276. She was the daughter of Richard Fitzroy and Rohese Ormson.

Child of Maurice de Berkeley and Isabel de Chilham is:

4068224 i. Sir Thomas 'The Wise' de Berkeley, born Abt. 1248 in England; died 23 Jul 1321 in England; married Joan de Ferrers 1267.

 

8136450. Earl William III de Ferrers, born 1193 in Ferrers, Derbyshire; died 28 Mar 1253 in Evington, England. He was the son of William de Ferrers II and Alice de Meschines. He married 8136451. Margaret de Quincy Aft. 1237 in England.

8136451. Margaret de Quincy, born Bef. 12 Mar 1217/18 in Winchester, Hampshire, England; died 01 Mar 1283/84 in England. She was the daughter of Earl Roger de Quincy and Helen MacDonald de Galloway.

Notes for Earl William III de Ferrers:

5th Earl of Derby

Notes for Margaret de Quincy:

Margaret de Quinci

Children of William de Ferrers and Margaret de Quincy are:

i. Robert de Ferrers, born 1239 in Derby, Derbyshire, England; died 1279; married (1) Mary Brun Bef. 1269; married (2) Eleanor (Alianore) de Bohun 26 Jun 1269; born Abt. 1245; died in Walden Abbey.

Notes for Robert de Ferrers:

Robert III Earl of Ferrers

ii. Sir William de Ferrers, born Abt. 1240 in Groby, Leicestershire, England; died 20 Feb 1286/87; married (1) Anne le Despencer 1262; married (2) Eleanor de Louvaine Bef. 1287; born Aft. 1268; died Aft. 03 May 1326.

iii. Agnes de Ferrers, born 1244 in Derby, Derbyshire, England; died 09 May 1281; married Robert de Muscegros; born 1252 in Charlton, England; died 27 Dec 1280.

iv. Elizabeth de Ferrers, born 1246; married (1) William Marshall; married (2) Dafydd ap Gruffud.

4068225 v. Joan de Ferrers, born Abt. 1248 in England; died 19 Mar 1308/09 in England; married Sir Thomas 'The Wise' de Berkeley 1267.

 

8136452. Alan la Zouche, born Abt. 1217; died 1270. He was the son of Roger la Zouche and Margaret Biset. He married 8136453. Elena de Quincy Bef. 1242 in Winchester, Hampshire, England.

8136453. Elena de Quincy, born 1222 in Winchester, Hampshire, England; died Bef. 20 Aug 1296 in Winchester, Hampshire, England. She was the daughter of Earl Roger de Quincy and Helen MacDonald de Galloway.

Notes for Alan la Zouche:

4th Baron la Zouche

Notes for Elena de Quincy:

Helen de Quincy

Children of Alan la Zouche and Elena de Quincy are:

i. Sir Roger la Zouche, born Abt. 1242 in Ashby, Leicestershire, England; died Bef. 15 Oct 1285 in Ashby, Leicestershire, England; married Ela (Eleanor) de Longespee Abt. 1267; born Abt. 1245; died 1276.

Notes for Sir Roger la Zouche:

5th Baron la Zouche

ii. Margery la Zouche, born Abt. 1244; married Robert Fitz Robert de Clavering 1265; born 1247; died 1310.

Notes for Robert Fitz Robert de Clavering:

Lord Fitz Roger of Clavering; M.P.

4068226 iii. Eudo la Zouche, born Abt. 1244 in Haryngworth, Northamptonshire; died Bet. 28 Apr - 25 Jun 1279; married Millicent de Cantelou Bef. 13 Dec 1273.

 

8136454. Baron William III de Cantelou, born Bet. 1205 - 1216 in Ashby, Lincolnshire, or Warwickshire, England; died 25 Sep 1255 in Calne, Wiltshire, England. He was the son of William de Cantelou and Milicent de Gourney. He married 8136455. Eva de Braose 13 Feb 1246/47.

8136455. Eva de Braose, born Abt. 1220 in Wales; died Bef. 28 Jul 1255. She was the daughter of Lord William de Braose and Eva Marshall.

Notes for Eva de Braose:

Eva de Braiose

Children of William de Cantelou and Eva de Braose are:

4068227 i. Millicent de Cantelou, born Abt. 1250; died Abt. 07 Jan 1298/99; married Eudo la Zouche Bef. 13 Dec 1273.

ii. Joan de Cantelou, born Aft. 1247; married Henry de Hastings; born Abt. 1235; died 1268.

 

8136456. Roger de Mortimer, born Abt. 1231 in Cameron Castle, Wales; died 27 Oct 1282 in Kingsland, Hereford, England. He was the son of Ralph de Mortimer and Gladys verch Llywellyn. He married 8136457. Maud de Braose Abt. 1245.

8136457. Maud de Braose, born Abt. 1229; died Bef. 23 Mar 1300/01. She was the daughter of Lord William de Braose and Eva Marshall.

Notes for Roger de Mortimer:

1st Baron Wigmore

Notes for Maud de Braose:

Matilda de Broase

Children of Roger de Mortimer and Maud de Braose are:

i. Isabella de Mortimer, born 14 Sep 1246 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England; died Aft. 1300; married John Fitz Alan Bef. 1267; born 14 Sep 1246 in Arundel, Essex, England; died 18 Mar 1271/72.

Notes for John Fitz Alan:

John Fitzalan, 7th Earl of Arundel

ii. Ralph de Mortimer, born Abt. 1250 in Bramber Castle, Breconshire, Wales; died 1274.

iii. Geoffrey de Mortimer, born Abt. 1254 in Bramber Castle, Breconshire, Wales.

iv. Roger de Mortimer, born Abt. 1256 in Bramber Castle, Breconshire, Wales; married Lucy la Wafre.

v. William de Mortimer, born 1258; died 1297; married Hawyse de Musegros; born Abt. 1260.

4068228 vi. Lord Edmund de Mortimer, born Abt. 1261 in Wigmore, Hereford, England; died 17 Jul 1304 in Battle of Buelt, died at Wigamore; married Margaret de Fiennes Abt. 1285.

 

8136458. Guillaume de Fiennes, born Bef. 1245; died 1302. He was the son of 8136562. Ingelram de Fiennes and Isabel de Conde. He married 8136459. Blanche de Brienne Abt. 1266.

8136459. Blanche de Brienne, born Bet. 1245 - 1252; died Abt. 1302. She was the daughter of Jean d'Acre de Brienne and Jeanne de Châteaudun.

Notes for Guillaume de Fiennes:

Count de Fiennes; Guillame II de Fiennes

Notes for Blanche de Brienne:

Dame De Loupelande

Children of Guillaume de Fiennes and Blanche de Brienne are:

4068229 i. Margaret de Fiennes, died 07 Feb 1333/34; married Lord Edmund de Mortimer Abt. 1285.

ii. Jean de Fiennes, born Bef. 1287; died Aft. 1356; married Isabel de Dampierre 1307; born Bef. 1290; died 1323.

Notes for Isabel de Dampierre:

Isabelle de Flanders

iii. Joanna de Fiennes, born 1272.

 

8136460. Geoffrey de Geneville, born Abt. 1228 in Dublin, Ireland; died 21 Oct 1314. He was the son of Simon de Joinville and Beatrix de Bourgogne. He married 8136461. Maud de Lacy Bef. 08 Aug 1252 in Meath, Ireland.

8136461. Maud de Lacy, born Abt. 1230 in Dublin, Ireland; died 11 Apr 1304. She was the daughter of Gilbert de Lacy and 8136471. Isabel le Bigod.

Child of Geoffrey de Geneville and Maud de Lacy is:

4068230 i. Piers de Geneville, born Abt. 1258 in Dublin, Ireland; died Jun 1292; married (1) Joan le Brun; married (2) Joan de la Marche 1283.

 

8136464. Hugh le Despencer, born Abt. 1194; died 23 Feb 1237/38 in Loughborough, Leicestershire, England. He was the son of Thomas le Despencer. He married 8136465. Iline Bassett.

8136465. Iline Bassett, born Aft. 1195.

Child of Hugh le Despencer and Iline Bassett is:

4068232 i. Hugh le Despencer, born Abt. 1224 in of Ryhall, Rutland, England; died 04 Aug 1265 in Battle of Evesha, Gloucester, England; married Aliva Bassett.

 

8136466. Sir Philip Basset, born Abt. 1184 in Of Wycombe, Bucks, England; died 29 Oct 1271. He was the son of Alan Basset and Aline (Alina) de Gai. He married 8136467. Hawise de Louvaine.

8136467. Hawise de Louvaine, born Bef. 1215 in of Little Easton, Essex, England. She was the daughter of Matthew de Louvaine and Muriel <Unknown>.

Child of Philip Basset and Hawise de Louvaine is:

4068233 i. Aliva Bassett, born Abt. 1228 in Gloucester, England; died Bef. Apr 1281; married Hugh le Despencer.

 

8136470. Sir John Fitz Geoffrey, born Bef. 1210 in Shere, Surry, England; died 23 Nov 1258 in Shere, Farmbridge, England. He was the son of Geoffrey Fitz Piers and Avelina de Clare. He married 8136471. Isabel le Bigod Bef. 1238.

8136471. Isabel le Bigod, born Abt. 1207 in Norfolk, Norfolkshire, England; died 1239. She was the daughter of Sir Hugh le Bigod and Countess Matilda 'Maud' Marshal.

Notes for Sir John Fitz Geoffrey:

Justiciar of Ireland.

Children of John Fitz Geoffrey and Isabel le Bigod are:

i. Aveline fitzGeoffrey, born Abt. 1238; married Walter de Burgh Abt. 1257; born Abt. 1230; died 28 Jul 1271.

Notes for Aveline fitzGeoffrey:

Aveline FitzJohn of Shere (another source says Cecilia Dunbar) ; Aveline FitzJohn De Essex

Notes for Walter de Burgh:

1st Earl of Ulster

4068235 ii. Maud Fitz John, born Abt. 1239; died 30 May 1301; married (1) Earl William de Beauchamp; married (2) Peter Lord Geneville.

iii. Joan Fitzjohn, born Bef. 1245; died Abt. 26 May 1303; married Theobald Butler Abt. 1268; born Abt. 1242; died 26 Sep 1285.

iv. Isabel FitzJohn, born Bef. 1239; married Robert Vipont; born Abt. 1239; died 07 Jun 1264.

Notes for Robert Vipont:

Lord of Appleby & Westmoreland; hereditary sheriff of Westmoreland

 

8136472. Gilbert de Clare, born Abt. 1180 in Hertford, Hertfordshire, England; died 25 Oct 1230 in Penrose, Brittany, France. He was the son of Sir Richard Earl of Hertford de Clare and Amicia Fitz Robert de Mellent. He married 8136473. Isabel Marshal 09 Oct 1217 in England.

8136473. Isabel Marshal, born 1196 in Pembroke Castle, Dyfed, Wales; died 17 Jan 1239/40 in Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire. She was the daughter of Sir William Marshal and Isabel de Clare.

Notes for Gilbert de Clare:

5th Earl of Gloucester and Hereford

Notes for Isabel Marshal:

Countess of Cornwall

Children of Gilbert de Clare and Isabel Marshal are:

4068236 i. Richard de Clare, born 04 Aug 1222 in Newent, Gloucestershire, England; married Maud de Lacy.

ii. Isabel de Clare, born 02 Nov 1226 in of Gloucestershire, England; died Aft. 10 Jul 1264; married Robert "the Competitor" de Brus VI Bef. 1243; born 1210 in of Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland; died 31 May 1295 in Priory, Lochmaben, Dumfrieshire, Scotland.

Notes for Robert "the Competitor" de Brus VI:

The four surviving Guardians were ruling the country and one of them, William Fraser, Bishop of St Andrews, wrote to Edward I of their fears that civil war would ensue, since the rival claimants were already assembling their armies. Edward offered himself as arbitrator, on condition that the various claimants acknowledged him as the feudal superior of Scotland. In the end, thirteen competitors put their names forward, and nine of the thirteen made the acknowledgement required by Edward. They also agreed that possession of the lands and castles of Scotland should be given to him so that he could pass them on to the rightful king, when the choice had been made.

The thirteen claimants were then reduced to three: John Balliol, Robert Bruce and John Hastings, all of whom were descendants of the three daughters of David, Earl of Huntingdon. After a further period for deliberation, Edward I awarded the crown to John Balliol, the descendant of the Earl's eldest daughter. In law, however, Robert Bruce's claim was equally good because, although he was descended from the second daughter, he was a generation nearer David I (as his grandson).

 

8136476. Henry III Plantagenet of England, born 10 Oct 1206 in Westminster, Winchester, Hampshire, England; died 16 Jun 1272 in St. Edmundsbury, England. He was the son of John I 'Lackland' King of England and Isabelle d'Angoulême de Taillefer. He married 8136477. Countess Eleanor Beranger de Provence 14 Jan 1236/37 in Canterbury, Kent, England.

8136477. Countess Eleanor Beranger de Provence, born 1223 in Aix-en-Provence; died 24 Jun 1291 in Amesbury, Wiltshire, England. She was the daughter of Raimund VII de Provence and Beatrice de Savoie.

Notes for Henry III Plantagenet of England:

Henry III was the first son of John and Isabella of Angouleme, born in 1207. Age nine when he was crowned, Henry's early reign featured two regents: William the Marshall governed until his death in 1219, and Hugh de Burgh until Henry came to the throne in 1232. His education was provided by Peter des Roche, Bishop of Winchester. He married Eleanor of Provence in 1236, who bore him four sons and two daughters.

Henry inherited a troubled kingdom: London and most of the southeast was in the hands of the French Dauphin Louis and the northern regions were under control of rebellious barons - only the midland and southwest were loyal to the boy king. The barons, however, soon sided with Henry (their quarrel was with his father, not him), and the old Marshall expelled the French Dauphin from English soil by 1217.

Henry was a cultivated man, but a lousy politician. His court was inundated by Frenchmen and Italians who came at the behest of Eleanor, whose relations were handed important Church and state positions. His father and uncle left him an impoverished kingdom; Henry financed costly, fruitless wars with extortionate taxation. Inept diplomacy and failed war led Henry to sell his hereditary claims to all the Angevin possessions in France, save Gascony (which was held as a fief of the French crown) and Calais. Henry's failures incited hostilities among a group of barons led by his brother-in-law, Simon de Montfort. Henry was forced to agree to a wide ranging plan of reforms, the Provisions of Oxford. His later papal absolution from adhering to the Provisions prompted a baronial revolt in 1263, and Henry was summoned to the first Parliament, a gathering of two knights from every shire and county and a forerunner to the modern House of Commons. Parliament insisted that a council be imposed on the king to advise on policy decisions. He was prone to the infamous Plantagenet temper, but could also be sensitive and quite pious - ecclesiastical architecture reached its apex in Henry's reign.

The old king, after an extremely long reign of fifty-six years, died in 1272. He found no success in war, but opened up English culture to the cosmopolitanism of the continent. Although viewed as a failure as a politician, his reign defined the English monarchical position until the end of the fifteenth century: kingship limited by law - the repercussions of which influenced the English Civil War in the reign of Charles I , and extended into the nineteenth century queenship of Victoria .

Children of Henry of England and Eleanor de Provence are:

4068238 i. Edward I 'Longshanks' of England, born 17 Jun 1239 in Westminster, London, Middlesex, England; died 07 Jul 1307 in Burgh-On-Sands, Northumberland, England; married (1) Elenora de Castile 18 Aug 1254 in Burgos, Burgos, Spain; met (2) <Daughter> of Kildare Aft. 1255; married (3) Margaret le Hardy of France 10 Sep 1299 in Canterbury, England.

ii. Margaret Plantagenet, born 05 Oct 1240 in Windsor, Berkshire, England; died 27 Feb 1274/75 in Cuper Castle, Fifeshire, England; married Alexander III King of Scotland 26 Dec 1251 in York, Yorkshire, England; born Bef. 1237; died Mar 1285/86.

iii. Beatrice Plantagenet, born 25 Jun 1242 in Bordeaux, Gascony, France; died 24 Mar 1274/75 in Bretagne, France; married Jean II de Dreux 22 Jan 1258/59 in St. Denis, Seine, France; born 1239; died Bet. 1289 - 1305 in Lyon, France.

Notes for Jean II de Dreux:

Earl of Richmond and Duke of Brittany. Acceded 1286.

4068260 iv. Edmund 'Crouchback' Plantagenet, born 16 Dec 1244 in London, Middlesex, England; died 05 Jun 1296 in Bayonne, France; married (1) Aveline de Forez 09 Apr 1269 in Westminster Abbey; married (2) Blanche d'Artois Bef. 29 Oct 1275 in Paris, Seine, France.

v. Richard Plantagenet, born Abt. 1247; died Bef. 1256.

vi. John Plantagenet, born Abt. 1250; died Bef. 1256.

vii. Henry Plantagenet, born Aft. 1256; died Child.

viii. Katherine Plantagenet, born 25 Nov 1253 in Westminister Palace; died 1257 in Windsor Castle.

 

8136478. St. Fernando III de Castile y Léon, born 1201 in Castile, España; died 30 May 1252 in Sevilla, España. He was the son of Alfonso IX Rey de León and Berenguela de Castile. He married 8136479. Jeanne 'Joanna' de Danmartin 1237 in Burgos, Castile, Spain.

8136479. Jeanne 'Joanna' de Danmartin, born 1208 in Dampmartin, France; died 15 Mar 1278/79 in Abbeville, France. She was the daughter of Simon de Dampmartin and Marie de Ponthieu.

Notes for St. Fernando III de Castile y Léon:

King Fernando III of Castile and Leon, and of Cordoba, Jaen and Seville, etc

Notes for Jeanne 'Joanna' de Danmartin:

Countess of Ponthieu

Children of Fernando de Castile y Léon and Jeanne de Danmartin are:

4068239 i. Elenora de Castile, born Abt. 1240 in Castile, España; died 29 Nov 1290 in Herdeby, near Grantham, Nottinghamshire, England; married Edward I 'Longshanks' of England 18 Aug 1254 in Burgos, Burgos, Spain.

ii. Fernando de Castile, born Bef. 1239; died Bef. 1269 in France; married Laure de Montfort Aft. 1256; born Abt. 1239; died Bef. Aug 1270.

Notes for Fernando de Castile:

Cte d'Aumale

Notes for Laure de Montfort:

Dame d'Espernon

iii. Luis de Castile, born Bef. 1243; died Aft. 1269; married Juana de Manzanedo.

Notes for Luis de Castile:

sn de Marchena

Notes for Juana de Manzanedo:

sna de Gaton

 

8136512. Roger de Mowbray, born Aft. 1213; died Abt. Nov 1266. He was the son of William de Mowbray and Avice d'Aubigny. He married 8136513. Maud (Matilda) de Beauchamp.

8136513. Maud (Matilda) de Beauchamp, born Abt. 1229; died Apr 1273. She was the daughter of William de Beauchamp and Ida Longespee.

Child of Roger de Mowbray and Maud de Beauchamp is:

4068256 i. Roger de Mowbray, born Abt. 1254; died Bef. 21 Nov 1297; married Roese de Clare Aft. 1270.

 

8136522. Count Robert I Capet d'Artois, born Sep 1216 in Paris, Seine, France; died 08 Feb 1249/50 in k.a. Manssurah, Egypt. He was the son of Louis VIII King of France and Blanca Alphonsa de Castile. He married 8136523. Matilda 'Maud' de Brabant 14 Jun 1237 in Champagne, France.

8136523. Matilda 'Maud' de Brabant, born 1224 in of Brabant, France; died 29 Sep 1288. She was the daughter of Henri II de Brabant and Maria von Hohenstaufen.

Notes for Count Robert I Capet d'Artois:

Robert I the Valiant ; Cte Robert I d'Artois (1237-50)

Notes for Matilda 'Maud' de Brabant:

Matilda of Brabant ; Mahaud de Brabant

Children of Robert d'Artois and Matilda de Brabant are:

4068261 i. Blanche d'Artois, born Bet. 1245 - 1247 in of Arras, Pas-de-Calais, France; died 02 May 1302 in Paris, Seine, France; married (1) Henri I King de Navarre 1269; married (2) Edmund 'Crouchback' Plantagenet Bef. 29 Oct 1275 in Paris, Seine, France.

ii. Robert II d'Artois, born Aft. Aug 1250; died 11 Jul 1302; married (1) Amicia de Courtenay 1259 in Paris; born 1250; died 1275 in Rome; married (2) Agnes de Bourbon 1277; died 07 Sep 1287; married (3) Margarete de Hainault 1298; born Bef. 1282; died 18 Oct 1342.

Notes for Amicia de Courtenay:

heiress of Conches, Mehun, Selles, Chateaurenard and Charny

 

8136538. Philippe III King of France, born 03 Apr 1245 in Poissy, France; died 05 Oct 1298 in Perignan, France. He was the son of Louis IX King of France and Margaret Berenger. He married 8136539. Marie de Brabant 1274 in Vincennes, France.

8136539. Marie de Brabant, born 1256 in Louvaine, France; died 12 Jan 1320/21 in Muriel, France. She was the daughter of Henri III de Brabant and Alix de Bourgogne.

Notes for Philippe III King of France:

http://lego70.tripod.com/fran/philippe3.htm

Philippe, the second son of Louis IX, became heir to the throne on the death of his elder brother Louis (January 1260). Accompanying his father's crusade against Tunis in 1270, he was in Africa when Louis IX died. On his way to France, Philippe visited Rome and after his return in 1271 he was crowned at Reims in August 1271 by the archbishop of Soissons, Miles de Basoches [Guillaume de Nangis - August 15, du Tillet - August 30].

Philippe continued his father's highly successful administration by keeping in office his able and experienced household clerks. Mathieu de Vendôme, abbot of Saint-Denis, whom Louis IX had left as regent in France, remained in control of the government. The death in 1271 of Alphonse of Poitiers and his wife, heiress of Toulouse, enabled Philippe early in his reign to annex their vast holdings to the royal demesne. Nevertheless, in 1279 he was obliged to cede the county of Agenais to Edward I of England. The marriage in 1284 of Philippe's son, the future Philippe IV, to Jeanne, the heiress of the crown of Navarre and the countships of Champagne and Brie, brought these important areas also under Capetian control. In addition Philippe over the years made numerous small territorial acquisitions.

Philippe was less successful militarily. In 1276 he declared war to support the claims of his nephews as heirs in Castile but soon abandoned the venture.

In 1284, at the instigation of Pope Martin IV, Philippe launched a campaign against Pedro III of Aragon, as part of the War of the Sicilian Vespers, in which the Aragonese opposed the Angevin rulers of Sicily. Philippe crossed the Pyrenees with his army, but the atrocities perpetrated by his forces provoked a guerrilla uprising. After a meaningless victory at Gerona and the destruction of his fleet at Las Hormigas, Philippe was forced to retreat. He died of fever on the way home.

Children of Philippe of France and Marie de Brabant are:

i. Cte Louis d'Evreux, born 03 May 1276; died 19 May 1319 in Paris; married Marguerite d'Artois 1301; born 1285; died 1311.

Notes for Cte Louis d'Evreux:

Cte d'Évreux 1316, d'Etampes, de Beaumont-le-Roger, de Meulan, de Gien et de Longueville

Notes for Marguerite d'Artois:

heiress of Brie-Comte-Robert

ii. Blanche of France, born 1278; died 14 Mar 1304/05 in Vienna; married Rudolf III von Habsburg; born Abt. 1282; died 1307 in Horazdiowitz.

Notes for Blanche of France:

Cts d'Alsace

Notes for Rudolf III von Habsburg:

Duke RUDOLF III of Austria and Styria (1298-1307), King of Bohemia (1306-07)

4068269 iii. Margaret le Hardy of France, born 1279 in Paris, France; died 14 Feb 1316/17 in Marlborough Castle, England; married Edward I 'Longshanks' of England 10 Sep 1299 in Canterbury, England.

 

8136544. John Fitz Alan, born 14 Sep 1246 in Arundel, Essex, England; died 18 Mar 1271/72. He was the son of John Fitz Alan and Matilda 'Maud' de Verdon. He married 8136545. Isabella de Mortimer Bef. 1267.

8136545. Isabella de Mortimer, born 14 Sep 1246 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England; died Aft. 1300. She was the daughter of 8136456. Roger de Mortimer and 8136457. Maud de Braose.

Notes for John Fitz Alan:

John Fitzalan, 7th Earl of Arundel

Children of John Fitz Alan and Isabella de Mortimer are:

4068272 i. Richard Fitz Alan, born 03 Feb 1266/67 in Arundel, Essex, England; died 09 Mar 1301/02; married Alisona 'Alice' de Saluzza.

ii. Maud Fitz Alan, born Abt. 1270; married Philip Burnell; born Abt. 1260 in of Action, Burnell; died 24 Jun 1314 in Bannockburn, England.

iii. Eleanor Fitz Alan, born Bef. 1272; died Jul 1328; married Henry de Percy Abt. 1297; born Abt. 25 Mar 1273; died Oct 1314.

Notes for Eleanor Fitz Alan:

Eleanor de Arundel

Notes for Henry de Percy:

Lord Percy, Regent of England in 1298; 1st Baron Percy

 

8136546. Thomas de Saluzza, died 1296. He was the son of Manfred III de Saluzza. He married 8136547. Leugia de Ceva.

8136547. Leugia de Ceva

Notes for Thomas de Saluzza:

fourth margrave of Saluzzo from 1244 to his death

Children of Thomas de Saluzza and Leugia de Ceva are:

4068273 i. Alisona 'Alice' de Saluzza, born Abt. 1271 in Arundel, Essex, England; married (1) Richard Fitz Alan; married (2) Edmund Fitz Alan.

ii. Manfred IV de Saluzza, died 1330; married (1) Beatrice of Sicily; married (2) Isabella Doria.

Notes for Manfred IV de Saluzza:

fifth margrave of Saluzzo from 1296

 

8136548. Earl John de Warenne, born Aug 1231 in Warren, Sussex, England; died 1304 in Kennington, England. He was the son of William Plantagenet de Warenne and Countess Matilda 'Maud' Marshal. He married 8136549. Alice de Lusignan 1247 in Woodstock, England.

8136549. Alice de Lusignan, born 1224 in Lusignan, Vienne, France; died 09 Feb 1255/56 in Warren, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of Earl Hugues X de Lusignan and Isabelle d'Angoulême de Taillefer.

Notes for Earl John de Warenne:

Earl of Warren. Earl of Surrey

Notes for Alice de Lusignan:

Also shown as Alice de Lusignan.

Children of John de Warenne and Alice de Lusignan are:

i. Eleanor de Warenne, born 1251; died 1282; married Sir Henry de Percy 08 Sep 1268; born Abt. 1235; died 29 Aug 1272.

Notes for Sir Henry de Percy:

7th Baron Percy

ii. Isabella de Warenne, born Bef. 1255; married John Baliol Bef. 07 Feb 1280/81; born Abt. 1250; died 1315.

Notes for John Baliol:

King of Scotland

4068274 iii. Sir William de Warenne, born Bef. 1256 in Surry, England; died 15 Dec 1286 in murdered at Croydon, London, England; married Joan de Vere Jun 1285.

 

8136550. Robert de Vere, born Abt. 1240 in Hedinham, Essex, England; died 02 Sep 1296 in Oxford, England. He was the son of Hugh IV de Vere and Hawise de Quincy. He married 8136551. Alice de Saundford.

8136551. Alice de Saundford, born Abt. 1230; died Bef. 09 Sep 1312 in near Dunmon, England. She was the daughter of Gilbert de Saundford and Loretta la Zouche.

Notes for Robert de Vere:

5th Earl of Oxford, and 6th great Chamberlain.

Notes for Alice de Saundford:

Alice de Sanford

Children of Robert de Vere and Alice de Saundford are:

4068275 i. Joan de Vere, born Bef. 1262 in Oxfordshire, England; died Abt. 23 Nov 1293 in England; married Sir William de Warenne Jun 1285.

ii. Alphonso de Vere, born Bef. 1277; died Abt. 20 Dec 1329; married Joan Foliot; born Aft. 1277.

 

8136560. Humphrey VI de Bohun, born 1224; died 27 Oct 1265 in Besston Castle, Cheshire, England. He was the son of Humphrey V de Bohun and Maude d'Eu. He married 8136561. Lady Eleanor de Braose 12 Feb 1246/47.

8136561. Lady Eleanor de Braose, born 1224; died 1251. She was the daughter of Lord William de Braose and Eva Marshall.

Children of Humphrey de Bohun and Eleanor de Braose are:

4068280 i. Humphrey VII de Bohun, born 1249; died 31 Dec 1298 in Pleshy, Essex, England; married Maud de Fiennes 1275.

ii. Eleanor (Alianore) de Bohun, born Abt. 1245; died in Walden Abbey; married Robert de Ferrers 26 Jun 1269; born 1239 in Derby, Derbyshire, England; died 1279.

Notes for Robert de Ferrers:

Robert III Earl of Ferrers

 

8136562. Ingelram de Fiennes, born 1192 in Buckinghamshire, England; died 1267. He was the son of William de Fiennes and Agnes de Dampmartin. He married 8136563. Maud Hampden Abt. 1224 in Hampden, England.

8136563. Maud Hampden, born 1203.

Notes for Ingelram de Fiennes:

Enguerrand II de Fiennes; Lord Martock

Child of Ingelram de Fiennes and Maud Hampden is:

4068281 i. Maud de Fiennes, born Abt. 1231; died 1298; married Humphrey VII de Bohun 1275.

 

8136568. Giles de Badlesmere, born Bef. 1235.

Child of Giles de Badlesmere is:

4068284 i. Gunceline de Badlesmere, born Bef. 1255; died Abt. 1301; married Joan Fitz Bernard.

 

8136570. Lord Ralph Fitz Bernard

Notes for Lord Ralph Fitz Bernard:

Lord of Kingsdowne

Child of Lord Ralph Fitz Bernard is:

4068285 i. Joan Fitz Bernard, married Gunceline de Badlesmere.

 

8136574. Lord Maurice Fitzmaurice Fitzgerald, born Bef. 1240; died 1286. He was the son of Maurice Fitz Gerald and Juliane Cogan. He married 8136575. Emmeline de Longespee 1276 in Ireland.

8136575. Emmeline de Longespee, born 1252 in Ulster, Ireland; died 1291. She was the daughter of Stephen Longespee and Emmeline de Ridelisford.

Notes for Lord Maurice Fitzmaurice Fitzgerald:

Lord of Offaly, Ireland. Lord Justice of Ireland

Sir Maurice Fitz Maurice.

Child of Maurice Fitzgerald and Emmeline de Longespee is:

4068287 i. Juliane Fitz Maurice, born Abt. 1270; married Thomas de Clare.

 

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