William de Montagu, 2nd Lord of Montague (c.1275 - 1319) MP

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Nicknames: "2d Baron /Montacute/", "Second Baron Montecute//", "Baron de Montacute", "2nd Baron Montacute"
Birthplace: Cassington, Oxfordshire, England
Death: Died in Gascogne, Midi-Pyrenees, France
Occupation: 2nd Baron of Montacute, Baron Montagu, Baron, Baron de Montacute
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Montagu, Earls of Salisbury

Richard de Montagu [a] b abt 1125, d bef 1166. He md Alice abt 1148. She was b abt 1130.

Child of Richard de Montagu and Alice was:

William de Montagu [b] b abt 1156, d abt 1217. He md Isabel abt 1180. She was b abt 1164.

Child of William de Montagu and Isabel was:

Drew de Montagu [c] b abt 1183, d abt 1216. He md Aline/Aliva Basset abt 1206, daughter of Alan Basset and Aline de Gay.

Child of Drew de Montagu and Aline Basset was:

Sir William de Montagu [d], Knight, b abt 1214, d 23 Sep 1270. He md Bertha abt 1236. She was b abt 1222.

Child of William de Montagu and Bertha was:

Sir Simon de Montagu [e], Lord Montagu, Knight, b abt 1250, d 26 Sep 1316. He md [1] Hawise de St. Amand abt 1270, daughter of Amauri de St. Amand; and [2] Isabel abt 1287. Hawise de St. Amand was b abt 1256, d bef 1287.

Child of Simon de Montagu and Hawise de St. Amand was:

Sir William de Montagu [f], Lord Montagu, Knight, b abt 1272, d 18 Oct 1319, Gascony, France. He md Elizabeth de Montfort abt 1295, daughter of Sir Piers de Montfort and Maud de la

Mare.

Identified children of William de Montagu and Elizabeth de Montfort were:

Sir William de Montagu b abt 1302.

Alice de Montagu b abt 1315. She md Sir Ralph Daubeney, Knight, bef 27 Jan 1332/33, son of Sir Helie/Elis Daubeney, Lord Daubeney, and Joan

. He spent much of his adult life in the wars in Scotland, Wales, and abroad. In May 1304 he was with the King at the siege of Stirling. He, along with his uncle, Amauri de St. Amand, governor of Oxford Castle, and others, were imprisoned in the Tower for an alleged offense at Oxford, but he was soon acquitted. He was ceremoniously knighted, with many others, at the knighting of Prince Edward on 22 May 1306. In 1311 he was commissioned to survey Hastings and other castles and their defenses and to provide custodians for them, and on 29 Sep he was given charge of Berkhamstead Castle. In May 1313, he accompanied the King and Queen overseas to attend the coronation of Louis X. In 1315/16 he was a commander in Wales, and in Jul 1316 was at Bristol to settle the dispute between Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere and the burgesses. In Jun 1317, the King granted him the manors of Gravesend in Kent and Kingsbury in Somerset, and on 26 Sep he had a grant of free warren in Saxlingham, Norfolk, and other of his manors. He was summoned to Parliament 20 Nov 1317 and later, and in Aug 1318 was made keeper of Abingdon Abbey. In Nov of that year he was appointed Seneschal of Gascony, where he died the following year. His widow, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Piers de Montfort of Beaudesert, co. Warwick, survived him, and on 8 Jun 1322, she married Sir Thomas de Furnival, whom she survived.

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Montagu, Earls of Salisbury

Richard de Montagu [a] b abt 1125, d bef 1166. He md Alice abt 1148. She was b abt 1130.

Child of Richard de Montagu and Alice was:

William de Montagu [b] b abt 1156, d abt 1217. He md Isabel abt 1180. She was b abt 1164.

Child of William de Montagu and Isabel was:

Drew de Montagu [c] b abt 1183, d abt 1216. He md Aline/Aliva Basset abt 1206, daughter of Alan Basset and Aline de Gay.

Child of Drew de Montagu and Aline Basset was:

Sir William de Montagu [d], Knight, b abt 1214, d 23 Sep 1270. He md Bertha abt 1236. She was b abt 1222.

Child of William de Montagu and Bertha was:

Sir Simon de Montagu [e], Lord Montagu, Knight, b abt 1250, d 26 Sep 1316. He md [1] Hawise de St. Amand abt 1270, daughter of Amauri de St. Amand; and [2] Isabel abt 1287. Hawise de St. Amand was b abt 1256, d bef 1287.

Child of Simon de Montagu and Hawise de St. Amand was:

Sir William de Montagu [f], Lord Montagu, Knight, b abt 1272, d 18 Oct 1319, Gascony, France. He md Elizabeth de Montfort abt 1295, daughter of Sir Piers de Montfort and Maud de la

Mare.

Identified children of William de Montagu and Elizabeth de Montfort were:

Sir William de Montagu b abt 1302.

Alice de Montagu b abt 1315. She md Sir Ralph Daubeney, Knight, bef 27 Jan 1332/33, son of Sir Helie/Elis Daubeney, Lord Daubeney, and Joan

. He spent much of his adult life in the wars in Scotland, Wales, and abroad. In May 1304 he was with the King at the siege of Stirling. He, along with his uncle, Amauri de St. Amand, governor of Oxford Castle, and others, were imprisoned in the Tower for an alleged offense at Oxford, but he was soon acquitted. He was ceremoniously knighted, with many others, at the knighting of Prince Edward on 22 May 1306. In 1311 he was commissioned to survey Hastings and other castles and their defenses and to provide custodians for them, and on 29 Sep he was given charge of Berkhamstead Castle. In May 1313, he accompanied the King and Queen overseas to attend the coronation of Louis X. In 1315/16 he was a commander in Wales, and in Jul 1316 was at Bristol to settle the dispute between Sir Bartholomew de Badlesmere and the burgesses. In Jun 1317, the King granted him the manors of Gravesend in Kent and Kingsbury in Somerset, and on 26 Sep he had a grant of free warren in Saxlingham, Norfolk, and other of his manors. He was summoned to Parliament 20 Nov 1317 and later, and in Aug 1318 was made keeper of Abingdon Abbey. In Nov of that year he was appointed Seneschal of Gascony, where he died the following year. His widow, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Piers de Montfort of Beaudesert, co. Warwick, survived him, and on 8 Jun 1322, she married Sir Thomas de Furnival, whom she survived.

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William Montague, 2nd Baron Montague's Timeline

1275
1275
Cassington, Oxfordshire, England
1301
1301
Age 26
Cassington, Oxfordshire, England
1310
1310
Age 35
1313
1313
Age 38
Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
1315
1315
Age 40
Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK
1319
October 18, 1319
Age 44
Gascogne, Midi-Pyrenees, France
1320
1320
Age 44
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
1324
1324
Age 44
Abt. 1324
1928
July 3, 1928
Age 44
July 3, 1928
Age 44