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John de Valions, Lord of Hickley and Suffolk and Isabel de Creke




Husband John de Valions, Lord of Hickley and Suffolk

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Wife Isabel de Creke

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         Father: Sir Robert de Creke (      -      )
         Mother: Agnes de Glanville (      -      )





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1 M Robert de Valions

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         Spouse: Rohesia Le Blund (      -      )




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Sir Robert de Creke and Agnes de Glanville




Husband Sir Robert de Creke

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Wife Agnes de Glanville

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         Father: William de Glanville (      -      )
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1 F Isabel de Creke

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         Spouse: John de Valions, Lord of Hickley and Suffolk (      -      )




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Robert de Valions and Eve de Creketot




Husband Robert de Valions

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         Father: Robert de Valions (      -      )
         Mother: Rohesia Le Blund (      -      )


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Wife Eve de Creketot

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Children
1 F Cecilia de Valions

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         Spouse: Robert de Ufford, Baron 1308-1311 (      -      )




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William de Warenne and Isabel de Crepi, of Vermandois




Husband William de Warenne

           Born: 1081 - Sussex, England
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           Died: 11 May 1138
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         Father: William de Warenne (Abt 1055-1088)
         Mother: Gundred of Normandy, Princess of England (1062-1085)


       Marriage:  - France




Wife Isabel de Crepi, of Vermandois

           Born: Abt 1081 - Valois, Vretagne, France
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           Died: 17 Feb 1131 - England
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         Father: Hugh Crepi, Comte de Vermandois et de Valois (1057-1102)
         Mother: Adalaide Vermandois (      -      )



   Other Spouse: Robert de Beaumont (1046-1118)



Children
1 F Adelaide de Warenne

           Born: Abt 1120
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         Spouse: Prince Henry of Scotland, Earl of Northumberland & Huntingdon (1117-1152)




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Seigneur Thorold de Pont-Audemer and Avelina de Crepon




Husband Seigneur Thorold de Pont-Audemer

           Born: Abt 962
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Wife Avelina de Crepon

           Born: Abt 974 - Longueville, Longueville, , Basse-Normandie, France
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         Father: Herbastus de Crepon (      -      )
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1 M Humphrey de Vieilles

           Born: Abt 980 - Pont Audemer, Eure, Normandy, France
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         Spouse: Audrey de la Hale (Abt 0986-1045)




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Herbastus de Crepon




Husband Herbastus de Crepon

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1 F Avelina de Crepon

           Born: Abt 974 - Longueville, Longueville, , Basse-Normandie, France
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         Spouse: Seigneur Thorold de Pont-Audemer (Abt 0962-      )




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Adalolf/Aethelwulf of Flanders, Count of Boulogne and Mahaut de Crequy




Husband Adalolf/Aethelwulf of Flanders, Count of Boulogne

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         Father: Baldwin II , Count of Flanders (      -0918) 1
         Mother: Ælfthryth , of England (      -0929) 1


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Wife Mahaut de Crequy

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1 M Arnoul of Boulogne, Count of Boulogne

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Gilbert Pecche and Joan de Creye




Husband Gilbert Pecche

           Born: 1299
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         Father: Hamon Pecche (      -1241)
         Mother: Eve (      -      )


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   Other Spouse: Maud de Hastinges (      -      )




Wife Joan de Creye

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1 M Baron Gilbert Pecche

           Born: Abt 1260
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         Spouse: Iseult (      -Abt 1331)



2 F Margery Pecche

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3 M William Pecche

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4 M Simon Pecche

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5 M John Pecche

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General Notes: Husband - Gilbert Pecche

Gilbert Pecche, heir to his father had order for livery of his inheritance 11 December 1241. He was summoned August 1260, for the campaign in Wales after the fall of Builth Castle; to be in London, 29 Oct 1261, with all his available force, upon the King's urgent business; and, 25 May 1263 and 6 March 1263/4 for service in Wales. In 1264 Simon de Monfort was acting in alliance with Llewelyn; Gilbert Pecche seems either to have maintained his allegiance or to have returned to immediately after Evesham, for he obtained a protection on 24 August 1265, and again in 1266. He was summoned again for service in Wales, 1276, 1282, and 1283. In February 1283/4 he surrendered to the King and Queen Eleanor all his lands held in chief in consideration of an annuity equivalent to the yearly value of such lands. ( January 1284, where the annual value of the lands so surrendered is stated to have been 124 li., in return for which Gilbert received land in Westclive to the value of 62 li., the farms of Ipswich and Chesteton and 78 r. 6d.. This, however, cannot have represented the whole of the transaction, for in February 1284/5 Gilbert had a grant for life of the manors of Le Neylande and Bansted, and of Torpel, Northants, Newton-Harcourt, Leics, and Scothow, Norf; he also had Grestinghorpe, Essex, for live with reversion to the King. The reason for this surrender is not easy to discover, unless it were hostility to his issue by his 1st wife, who were his lawful heirs.) He conveyed Corby, Lincs, by a fine of 14 June 1271 to Gilbert Pecche, his eldest son by his 2nd wife, and later settled other property on him, but this surrender to the King prejudiced Gilbert the younger equally with his half-brothers.

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John de Croy and Adeliza FitzOsbern




Husband John de Croy

           Born: 1033 - Croy, Croy, , Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
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         Father: Reynold de Falaise, Lord of Croy (1008-      )
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       Marriage: Abt 1064




Wife Adeliza FitzOsbern

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         Father: William FitzOsbern, Earl of Hereford (      -      )
         Mother: Adeliza de Toeni (      -      )





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1 M Anchitil de Grai

           Born: 1067 - Rotherfield, Oxfordshire, England
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2 M Reynold de Grai

            AKA: Arnold
           Born: Abt 1058 - Grai, Normandy, France
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           Died: 1097 - Water Eaton, Buckinghamshire, England
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         Spouse: Joan Ponte De l'Arche (      -      )



3 F Gisla de Grai

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Ferdinand III " The Saint" of Castile and Leon, King of Castile and Leon and Jeanne de Dammartin




Husband Ferdinand III " The Saint" of Castile and Leon, King of Castile and Leon

           Born: 5 Aug 1201 - Lbeon, Lbeon, Spain
     Christened: 19 Aug 1201
           Died: 30 May 1252 - Sevilla, Andalusia, Spain
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         Father: Alfonso IX , King of León (1166-1230) 2
         Mother: Berengaria (1171-1246)


       Marriage: 1237 - Burgos, Burgos, , Castilla y León, Spain

Noted events in his life were:
• Reigned, 1217-1252 - Castile, Spain

• Reigned, 1230-1252 - León, , Castilla y León, Spain




Wife Jeanne de Dammartin

           Born: Abt 1216 - Dammartin, , , France
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           Died: 15 Mar 1279 - Abbeville, Somme, Picardy, France
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         Father: Count Simon II de Dammartin (Abt 1180-1239)
         Mother: Countess Marie (Jeanne) Of PONTHIEU & MONTREUIL (1199-1250)





Children
1 F Princess Eleanor of Castile and Leon




           Born: 1244 - Burgos, Burgos, , Castilla y León, Spain
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           Died: 28 Nov 1290 - Hareby, Lincolnshire, England
         Buried: 16 Dec 1290 - Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England
         Spouse: Edward I "Longshanks" , King of England (1239-1307) 1 2
           Marr: 18 Oct 1254 - Burgos, Burgos, , Castilla y León, Spain



2 M Alfonso X , King of Castile & León 2

           Born: 1226
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           Died: 1284 - Sevilla, Andalusia, Spain
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General Notes: Husband - Ferdinand III " The Saint" of Castile and Leon, King of Castile and Leon

He was called The Saint. In 1217 Ferdinand's mother, Berengaria,
renounced her title to the Castilian throne in favor of her son. Alfonso
IX, who had himself expected to acquire Castile, was angered at his wife's
action, and, aided by a group of Castilian nobles favorable to his claim,
made war upon his newly crowned son. Ferdinand, however, with the wise
counsel of his mother, proved more than a military match for Alfonso, who
at length was forced to abandon his plan of conquering Castile. Through
the good offices of Berengaria, Ferdinand was able to effect the peaceful
union of León and Castile upon the death of his father in 1230. Ferdinand
devoted his energies to prosecuting the war against the Moors, conquering
Cordoba in 1236 and Seville in 1248. He was rigorous in his suppression of
the heretical Albigenses, a fact largely responsible for his canonization
more than two centuries later. In 1242 Ferdinand reestablished at
Salamanca the university originally founded by his grandfather.

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Sources


1 Tauté, Anne. "The Kings and Queens of Great Britain" pub by Elm TreeBooks/Hamish Hamilton Ltd. Great Britain.//.

2 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.


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