Milicent la Zouche (de Cantelou)

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Millicent de Cantelou

Also Known As: "Millicent de Cantelou", "Milicent Cauntelo", "Milicent Canteloupe", "Milicent Cantilupe", "Milicent Cantelupe"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Calne, Wiltshire, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Harringworth, Northamptonshire, England, (Present UK)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of William de Cantelou, III, Baron Abergavenny; William De Cantilupe; Eva de Braose and Eva de Cantilupe
Wife of Eudo la Zouche; Eudo (Eon) La Zouche; John de Montalt and John de Greene de Boketon
Mother of Eleanor (Ellen) la Zouche; Sir William la Zouche, 1st Baron (of Harringworth); Roger la Zouche, of Lubbesthorpe; Lucy de Grene (la Zouche); Joan la Zouche and 11 others
Sister of Joan de Cantelou; John de Cantilupe; George de Cantilupe; Thomas de Cantilupe; Agnes de Cantilupe and 2 others

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About Milicent la Zouche (de Cantelou)

Milicent la Zouche (de Cantilupe) is Queen Elizabeth II's 18th great grandmother; (through her daughter, Eleanor) and 19th great grandmother; (through her daughter, Eva)

Married 2: Millicent De CANTELUPE (b. ABT 1250, Calne, Wiltshire - d. BEF 7 Jan 1298/99) (dau. of William De Cantilupe and Eva Braose - sister and heiress of George De Cantilupe) (w. of John De Montalt) BEF 1273

Millicent de CANTILUPE (1250-1298) [Pedigree]

Daughter of Sir William de CANTELOU Baron Abergavenny (1216-1254) and Eva de BRAIOSE (-1255)

   b. ABT 1250
   r. Calne, Wilt, Eng.
   r. Harringworth, Northampton, Eng.
   d. BEF 7 Jan 1298-9

Married first Eudo (Eon) la ZOUCHE (1244-1279)

Children:

Elizabeth La ZOUCHE

Married 2: Millicent De CANTELUPE (b. ABT 1250, Calne, Wiltshire - d. BEF 7 Jan 1298/99) (dau. of William De Cantilupe and Eva Braose - sister and heiress of George De Cantilupe) (w. of John De Montalt) BEF 1273

Children:

2. Eleanor La ZOUCHE

3. Elizabeth La ZOUCHE

4. William La ZOUCHE (1º B. Zouche of Harryngworth)

5. Roger La ZOUCHE of Lubbesthorpe

6. Lucy La ZOUCHE

7. Eve La ZOUCHE

8. Joan La ZOUCHE (b. ABT 1281)

9. George La ZOUCHE (b. ABT 1283)

10. Eudo La ZOUCHE (b. ABT 1284)

11. Emery La ZOUCHE (b. ABT 1286, Winchester, Hampshire, England)

12. Phillip La ZOUCHE (b. ABT 1290)

13. Thomas La ZOUCHE (b. ABT 1292)

Married second John DE MONTAULT

References: [GENSERV],[AR7] -------------------- Milicent was also called Millicent de Cantelou.

Milicent first married John de Mohaut; then she married our ancestor Eudo la Zouche, son of Roger la Zouche, Sheriff of Devonshire and Margaret UNKNOWN.

See "My Lines"

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/p407.htm#i23426 )

from Compiler: R. B. Stewart, Evans, GA

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/index.htm ) -------------------- http://gen.culpepper.com/ss/p37320.htm -------------------- 1. William de Cantilupe, the first of this family on record, served the office of Sheriff for the counties of Warwick and Leicester in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th years of the reign of King John. In the next year he was made Governor of the castles of Hereford and Wilton, and he was subsequently Sheriff of Herefordshire. In the 11th year of the same reign, being then the king's steward, he gave 40 marks for the wardship of Egidia, Lady of Kilpeck, widow of William Fitz-Warine, and in three years afterwards, when the king was excommunicated by Pope Innocent III., he remained so faithful as to become one of the king's chief counselors. Later he was arrayed under the baronial banner, and joining in the invitation of Kong Louis of France. But within the same year he returned to the king, when he obtained grants of all the forfeited lands of Richard de Engaine and Vitalis de Engaine, two leading barons in the insurrection; and was appointed Governor of Kenilworth Castle, co. Warwick. In the reign of King Henry III. he continued attached to the cause of royalty, and acquired immense possessions in the shape of grants from the crown of forfeited lands. He died in 1238, leaving five sons as follows: ? 1. William de Cantilupe, his successor. See below

?  2. Walter de Cantilupe, a priest, employed by King Henry as his agent to the court of Rome, later Bishop of Worcester. 

? 3. John de Cantilupe, Lord Snitterfield, co. Warwick, married Margaret Mohun, daughter of John Mohun, Lord Mohun, of Dunster. They had a son, John, who d.s.p., and a daughter Eleanor Cantilupe, who married Sir Thomas West, Lord West, from which union lineally descend the Earls of Delaware and Viscounts Cantilupe. ? 4. Nicholas de Cantilupe, of Ilkeston, co. Derby. ? 5. Thomas de Cantilupe, elected Lord Chancellor of England by the barons in the 49th year of King Henry III.

 2. '''William de Cantilupe''' was also steward to the king, and a person of great power. He married Milicent Gournay, daughter of Hugh de Gournay, and widow of Almeic, Earl of Eureaux. He died in 1250. They had the following children:
  • ? 1. William de Cantilupe. See below.
  • ? 2. Thomas de Cantilupe, Bishop of Hereford, and in the 34th year of Edward I. was canonized.
  • ? 3. Julian, married Robert de Tregoz.

3. '''William de Cantilupe''' married Eve Braose, daughter and co-heiress of William de Braose, Lord of Brecknock and Abergavenny and his wife, Eve (Eva) Marshal, and in her later right became possessed of that honor. He died in his youth, leaving the following children:
  • ? 1. George de Cantilupe, who died without issue.
  • ? 2. Millicent Cantilupe, married (1) John de Montalt, and (2) Eudo le Zouche, from which latter union descended the Lords Zouche, of Haringworth.

Vol II File 10: The Paternal Ancestry of Homer Beers James

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Milicent la Zouche (de Cantelou)'s Timeline

1250
1250
Calne, Wiltshire, England, (Present UK)
1260
1260
Age 10
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales, (Present UK)
1265
1265
Age 15
Royston, Hertfordshire, , England
1271
1271
Age 21
Probably Calne, Wiltshire, England, (Present UK)
1273
1273
Age 23
Harringworth, Northamptonshire, England
1273
Age 23
1276
December 18, 1276
Age 26
Harringworth, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom
1276
Age 26
1278
1278
Age 28
Of, Lubbesthorpe Manor, Leicestershire, England
1278
Age 28
Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom