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Henry de Newburgh MP (b. - c.1172)

HENRY de Novoburgo Son of Robert (see below) From Medlands: Robert de Novoburgo [Novoburgo] (-30 Aug [or 12 Sep] 1159). His parentage is stated by Orderic Vitalis[1180]. He succeeded to his fat...

Margaret de Newburgh MP (deceased)

MARGARET . [1243]m IVO de Grantmesnil from Medlands Daughter of Henry de Neuberg and Marguerite de Hauteville

Raoul de Newburgh MP (c.1137 - d.)

Robert de Newburgh, I MP (c.1100 - c.1159)

ROBERT DE NEWBURGH: born about 1100, succeeded to his father's estates in Ponteaudemer, Normandy, where he resided, served as seneschall of that Dukedom, and received from King Henry I. of England the ...

Robert de Newburgh MP (c.1100 - c.1159)

Robert de Neubourg From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia [1] (1100–1159)[2] was an Anglo-Norman aristocrat. He was the fourth son of Henry de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Warwick, and inherited his f...

Roger de Newburgh MP (c.1135 - c.1192)

ROGER DE NEWBURGH born about 1135, settled in Dorsetshire, England, where he inherited from his father the manor of Winfrith with extensive estates in that county. In 1172 Roger de Newburgh, son of R...

Waleran de Newburgh, 4th Earl of Warwick MP (c.1153 - 1204)

Waleran de Beaumont, 4th Earl of Warwick (1153 – 12 December 1204) was the younger son of Roger de Beaumont, 2nd Earl of Warwick and Gundred de Warrenne, daughter of William de Warenne, 2nd Earl...

William De Beaumont (de Newburgh), Earl of Warwick MP (c.1128 - c.1184)

Alice de Newburgh (de Harcourt) (c.1181 - 1212)

Alice Maudit (de Newburgh) (c.1196 - 1263)

Godehildis de Newburgh (de Toni (or Conches)) (deceased)

Robert de Neubourg (1100–1159)[2] was an Anglo-Norman aristocrat. He was the fourth son of Henry de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Warwick, and inherited his father's Normandy lands, holding Neubourg[3] ...

Henry de Newburgh (b. - 1123)

Henry de Newburgh (c.1130 - 1214)

Bindon Abbey (Bindonium) was a Cistercian monastery, of which only ruins remain, on the River Frome about half a mile east of Wool in the Purbeck District, Dorset, England.

Henry De Newburgh (c.1223 - c.1276)

HENRY DE NEWBURGH: born about 1223, succeeded to his father's Dorsetshire estates, paying in 1247 a fine of £50 to the Crown for livery of his inheritance. In 1270 he deeded to his son a...

Isabel de Newburgh (deceased)

John de Newburgh, Esq. (c.1340 - 1431)

John Newburgh (b.c.1340 d. 6-4-1381 near Biddon Abbey, Dorsetshire Co., England) and Margaret Pontz (d. of Nicholas Pontz and Alianore Erliegh) Children: John JOHN NEWBURGH; ESQUIRE: was born about...

Margaret de newburgh (of Gloucester) (c.1170 - 1243)

Margery De Plessis (De Newburgh) (deceased)

sister to Tomas, Earl of Warwick: m. 1st to John Mareschal who d. 1243. she d.s.p.

Margery De Newburgh (Unknown) (deceased)

Sir Robert de Newburgh, Knight (c.1280 - 1338)

ROBERT DE NEWBURGH; KNIGHT: born about 1280, succeeded to the ancestral family estates in Dorsetshire upon the death of his father about 1309. In 1322 he was one of the knights taken prisoner at the ba...

Sir John De Newburgh, Knight (c.1250 - 1309)

JOHN DE NEWBURGH: born about 1250, succeeded to the Dorsetshire ancestral estates, and in 1290 with wife Margery petitioned King Edward I. for a confirmation of the grant of the manor of Winfrith which...

Thomas Knt. Newburgh (de Newburgh), Knight (1315 - 1365)

THOMAS NEWBURGH; KNIGHT born about 1315, succeeded to the family estates upon his father's death in 1338, on payment of a fine to the Crown for livery of his inheritance. He must have died about 1365, ...

Thomas De Newburgh, Norton (deceased)

Walderan de Newburgh, 4th Earl of Warwick (c.1153 - 1204)