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Adam of Castle Carrock MP (c.1140 - 1175)

Adam De CASTLEROCK / Adam de Vaux Notes: Probably of the de Vallibus family. parents: Eustace de Vaux & Daughter of Bueth of Gilsland Children: 1. Robert De CASTLEROCK of Strickland 2. Wa...

Aitard de Vaux, Norfolk MP (c.1040 - d.)

Alexander de Vaux, Dirleton MP (c.1245 - d.)

Alexander de Vallibus: Alexander’s oldest son, Thomas Vaux, died without issue. Another son, John lll (Johannis) de Vaux succeeded his father. parents: John ll de Vaux (Johannes de Vallibus)...

Alice Sapcote (Vaux) MP (c.1487 - c.1543)

Alice Vaux (d. 1543), married Sir Richard Sapcott/Sapcote c. 1501. No issue; some genealogies state she was the mother of one of Sapcott’s younger sons, but that has not been proven. Source: ...

Alicia Swinburne (de Vaux), Yelvertoft MP (c.1288 - d.)

parents: John de VAUX b: Abt 1260 in Married In 1306 to William de SWINBURNE, Knight, b: Abt 1285. He was the son of Father: Alexander de SWINBURNE b: Abt 1260 & Agnes THORNHILL b: Abt 1263 ...

Anna MP (c.1121 - 1148)

Honorable Anne Vaux MP (1542 - 1619)

... Thomas, afterwards second Lord Vaux of Harrowden, who married Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Sir Thomas Cheney, knight, of Islingburg, Northamptonshire, and died in 1562. Of this marriage was b...

Anne Catherine Strange (Vaux) MP (c.1500 - 1569)

Anne Vaux Born: circa 1500 in Great Harrowden, Northamptonshire, England Died: April 14, 1569 in Great Harrowden, Northamptonshire, England Parents: Nicholas Vaux, 1st Lord Vaux of Harrowden an...

Beatrice de Valle (de Vaux) MP (1149 - 1217)

Mistress (1): BEATRICE de Valle From Medlands: daughter of ---. The primary source which confirms her parentage and relationship with Earl Renaud has not yet been identified. The Complete Peerage...

Lady Catherine Nevile (Vaux), Baroness of Abergavenny MP (c.1592 - c.1649)

Daughter Agathe de Vaux, heir of Dirleton MP (c.1325 - 1355)

It seems pretty certain that the first Vaux of Barnbarroch was a cadet of the house of De Vaux of Dirleton. The following extracts from the Official Guide book to Dirleton Castle summarise what is know...

Edmund Vaux, Bottisham MP (c.1313 - 1363)

parents: John VAUX b: Abt 1280 in Married Abt 1337 in 1 2 to Genia, Born Abt 1317 in 1 2 Children Nicholas VAUX b: Abt 1343 in Sources FamilySearch® Ancestral File™...

Edward Vaux, 4th Baron Vaux of Harrowden MP (1588 - 1661)

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Edward Vaux: Edward Vaux, 4th Lord Vaux of Harrowden [1] M, #74268, b. 13 September 1588, d. 8 September 1661 Last Edited=26 Jan 2004 Edward Vaux, ...

Elias Vaux, Bottisham MP (c.1284 - c.1330)

Sources FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 Ancestral File Number: TJ1K-NT Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson Links ; married temp. Edward II Elizabeth, widow of Sir Joh...

Elisabeth de Vaux MP (deceased)

Because Charles Alexandre de Lorraine was co-sovereign of the Netherlands through his wife Maria Anna of Austria, her death shortly after marriage created a political situation where he decided that hi...

Elizabeth de Vaux, Yelvertoft MP (c.1287 - 1357)

parents: John de VAUX b: Abt 1260 in Sources FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 Ancestral File Number: 180P-RBH Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson Links

Elizabeth Vaux (Cheney) MP (c.1505 - 1556)

She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Cheney of Irtlingburgh and Anne Parr (who was the daughter of Sir William Parr and Lady Elizabeth Fitzhugh. _____________ 'Elizabeth Cheyne1,2 'F, b. circa 15...

Ethana de Vaux, Dirleton MP (c.1259 - d.)

parents: John de Vaux1 d. a 1306 & Dervorguil de Galloway1 d. 28 Jan 1289 Married Sir William de Maule d. b 1312. son of Peter de Maule and Christian de Valoines.1 Child Sir Henry de ...

Eustace of Castle Carrock MP (1145 - 1170)

Eustace de Vaux Born: Carrick Castle, Lochgoilhead, Argyll, Scotland Marriage: Daughter of Bueth of Gilsland Another name for Eustace is Eustace de Castle Carrock. Links

Harold de Vaux of Normandy MP (c.1010 - d.)

Norman: surname Vaux or Vallibus derived from lordship near F(V)allaisa, Normandy. 4 Vaux brothers came to England with William the Conqueror in the Norman invasion of 1066. The family held a castle na...

Seigneur Robert (Harold) de Vallibus de Vaux MP (c.1065 - 1110)

Harold de Vaux was born about 1065 in Vaux near Falaise, Normandy, France and died Pentney, Freebridge Lynn, Norfolk, England Harold de Vaux, Lord of Vaux, in Normandy, having for religious purpose...

Hubert de Vaux, Gillesland MP (1105 - 1164)

from GILSLAND (VAUX) FEUDAL LORDSHIP Hubert de Vallibus, commonly called Vaux, (elder son of Harold de Vallibus from Normandy). William the Conqueror dispossessed the Thane of Gilsland to reward a ...

Hubert ll de Vaux MP (1205 - 1240)

Isabel Vaux (Musgrave) MP (1579 - 1657)

Sources "Baronetage of England" by Betham. "Musgrave of Eden Hall, Cumberland." "The House of Commons, 1558 - 1603" by Hasler. Surtees's History of Durham, Vol. 1, page 215. "Descent of Laton, ...

Jane Salkeld (Vaux) MP (1450 - d.)

Joan Vaux, Lady Guildford MP (c.1462 - 1538)

oan Vaux, Lady Guildford (c. 1463 – 4 September 1538), also known as Mother Guildford, was an English aristocratic woman who was the Lady Governess to the Princesses Margaret Tudor and Mary Tudo...

Joan Vaux MP (1546 - 1610)

John Vaux, Bottisham MP (c.1278 - c.1330)

parents: Robert VAUX b: Abt 1254 in & Alice SAINT LIZ b: Abt 1258 in Married Abt 1310 in 1 2 to an unknown woman Children Thomas VAUX b: Abt 1311 in Edmund VAUX b: Abt 1313 in Sou...

John de Vaux, Norfolk MP (c.1220 - 1287)

John de Vaux From Medlands: Oliver & his wife had one child: a) JOHN de Vaux . A genealogy of the founders of Freston Priory names "John de Vaux" as the son of "baron monsieur Oliver Vaux" and ...

John Vaux, Caterlyn MP (deceased)

parents: John VAUX Children John VAUX Sources Saint-George, Richard, William Dugdale, and Joseph Foster. Pedigrees Recorded at the Heralds' Visitations of the Counties of Cumberland and...

John Vaux, Caterlyn MP (c.1481 - d.)

Sources Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem. Public Record Office. Vol. 3. Page 405. Saint-George, Richard, William Dugdale, and Joseph Foster. Pedigrees Recorded at the Heralds' Visitations of ...

John Vans of Barnbarroch MP (c.1382 - c.1456)

The arms of Vaus of Barnbarroch had at most one mullet (or mollet), showing that that family was a cadet branch of Vaus of Dirleton. (Jamie Vans) According, to Robert Vans Agnew in his introduction...

John Vaux MP (c.1583 - c.1650)

Notes Residence: Catterlen Hall, in the Parish of Newton, Cumberland, England. Will: 6 FEB 1650 Death: PST 6 FEB 1650 Occupation: Fought in the Royal army. Was the last male of the family. ...

John de Vaux, Yelvertoft MP (c.1260 - d.)

parents: Nicholas VAUX b: Abt 1226 in Children Elizabeth de VAUX b: Abt 1286 in Alicia de VAUX b: Abt 1288 in Sources FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 Ancestral File ...

John l de Vaux, Dirleton MP (c.1140 - c.1187)

Some time during the 12th century, these lands (of Dirleton, Ed.) were acquired by a de Vaux (or Vallibus), one of the wealthy Anglo-Normans who had come to Scotland under the patronage of King David (...

John ll de Vaux, Lord Dirleton MP (1220 - c.1255)

Johannes (or John) de Vaux (alias Vallibus) possessed the Barony of Dirleton. He was appointed by Alexander of Scotland as Counsellor at Roxburgh, 1255; and he was with Comyn, Baliol, Bruce, and others...

John lll de Vaux, lord of Dirleton MP (c.1270 - c.1309)

Johannis de Vaux succeeded his father, Alexander de Vallibus. "Johannis de Vaux, Dominus de Dirleton: Johannis was at one time Sheriff of Edinburgh. Johannis’s first son, Thomas Vaux, was one ...

Lady Beatrice de Vaux MP (1345 - 1412)

Beatrix de Vaux parents : William de Vaux, Lord Dirleton d. 1392 married Patrick de Hepburn, son of Sir Patrick de Hepburn and Agnes, d. 22 Jun 1402 Children include Sir Adam Hepb...

Margaret Leek/Leake/Leyk/Leak (Vaux) MP (c.1375 - 1390)

1. Sir Simon not John Leeke of Cotham, Nottinghamshire b about 1375 Named John by the Visitation but the SGM correspondence mentioned below reports that this was a mistake for Simon. The SGM correspo...

Maud Fermor (de Vaux) MP (c.1520 - 1569)

Maud Matilda de Vaux (de Baliol) MP (c.1261 - 1340)

Maud de Vaux, Baroness Helmsley MP (1257 - c.1316)

Matilda de Vaux, best known as Maud de Vaux, was born between 1257 / 1261 and died before 1316. She is buried in Pentley Priory, Norfolk, England. Parents: John de Vaux & Sibyl de Longchamps ...

Maude de Vaux, Heiress de Vaux MP (c.1225 - c.1293)

parents: Hubert De Vaux b: Abt 1190 in Gillesland, Irthington, Cumberland, England & Margaret Or Maud De Burgh b: 1205 in England Married before May 1239 to Thomas De Multon b. Abt 1225 in Burg...

Maude Vaux (de Lucy) MP (c.1409 - 1435)

'Maud Lucy1,2,3,4,5 'F, #32887, d. before 1460 Father Sir Walter Lucy3,6,5 b. c 1380, d. 4 Oct 1444 Mother Eleanor l' Archedekne3,6,5 b. c 1383, d. 20 Jul 1447 ' Maud Lucy married Sir William V...

Sir Nicholas Vaux MP (c.1226 - c.1275)

Children Robert VAUX b: Abt 1254 in John de VAUX b: Abt 1260 in Sources FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 Ancestral File Number: TJ1K-DG Genealogical Research of Kirk La...

Oliver de Vallibus, prior of Pentney Abbey MP (c.1144 - d.)

JAMES FOSTER WELLS - In the Vaux, or Bank, or Bayeux, or de Vallibus family of France originated the De Welles family of Lincolnshire, barons by summons to Parliament. It is one of the most illustrious...

Sir Oliver de Vaux, Baron Dalston MP (1170 - 1240)

 Oliver de Vaux Baron Dalston was born about 1175 in Dalston, Norfolk County, England.1 Oliver de Vaux, was descended from Robert, the brother of Hubert who received the Barony of Gilesland. T...

Sir Patrick Vaux of Barnbarroch MP (c.1465 - 1528)

According, to Robert Vans Agnew in his introduction to Correspondence of Sir Patrick Waus:- "A son, or perhaps a nephew, of Willielmus de Vaux of Dirleton in East Lothian settled in Galloway where ...

Phillip de Vallibus MP (deceased)

Phillip de Vaux: Phillip settled in Galloway, Scotland in the mid-1150’s, the first of the Scottish Vances. He married an heiress, Elizabeth Comyn, and obtained significant land holdings in the ...

Randulph de Vaux, of Tremayne MP (c.1093 - d.)

Ranulph de Vallibus Lord Tryermayne was born about 1092 in Normandie, France.1 He was the son of Harold de Vaux Lord de Vaux.1 He held Sowarby, Carlatan, and Hadbroughtly in Cumberland.1 Notes Ex...

Robert de Vaux, Lord of Gillesland MP (c.1175 - 1205)

Robert de Vaux, governor of the castle of Carlisle, and was one of the barons who took up arms against King John in 1215. ~Burke's A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland,...

Robert de Vaux, Bottisham MP (c.1254 - 1305)

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Robert de Vallibus, Baron Dalston MP (c.1145 - c.1190)

Please note that the names Vaux/de Vaux/Vallibus seem both in use in this period. Robert de Vallibus Baron Dalston was born about 1145 in Dalston, Norfolk County, England. parents: He was the son...

Robert de Vaux, Treyermayne MP (c.1030 - 1086)

The Norman Castle of Vaux or De Vallibus is mentioned by Orderic Vitalis: and then Terra di Vallibus continued in the possession of the family to which it gave their name until the time of King John. T...

Robert de Vallibus, Baron Gillesland MP (c.1115 - d.)

from ~Burke's A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and Scotland, Extinct, Dormand and Abeyance, pg. 532, have another generation between Ranulph de Vaux and Hurber...

Robert de Vallibus, Baron Dalton MP (1095 - c.1154)

26.  Robert de Vallibus, or Robert de Dalton, younger son of Harold de Vallibus. Robert II de Vaux was born about 1103 in Pentney, Norfolk, England. He married Agnes FitzWalter about 1134 in Cum...

Roger de Vaux MP (c.1200 - 1244)

Born: ABT 1200, Pentney, Norfolkshire, England Died: AFT 1244 Father: Oliver De VAUX Mother: Petronilla De CROUN Married: ? Children: 1. Nicholas De VAUX--------------------Source: A Gene...

Roland Vaux MP (c.1430 - d.)

Ranulph de Vaux, Lord of Gillesland MP (c.1145 - 1198)

Ranulph or Rundolph de Vaux b abt 1147, of Gilsland, Cumberland, England, d 1198. He md Alice abt 1168. She was b abt 1152. Parents:  Hubert de Vaux, Lord of Gillesland, b abt 1132, of Gilsl...

Nicholas Vaux, 1st Baron Vaux of Harrowden MP (c.1460 - 1523)

son of William and Catherine Penistone Nicholas Vaux, 1st Baron Vaux of Harrowden (c. 1460-14 May 1523), was a soldier and courtier in England and an early member of the House of Commons. The son of ...

Sir William Vaux of Great Harrowden MP (1436 - 1471)

Notes: killed at the Battle of Tewkesbury on 4 May 1471. His wife, Catherine Penyston or Pennison, was born in the Piedmont region of Italy and came to England with her father, Gregory Penyston, as...

Thomas de Vaux, Dirleton MP (b. - 1346)

Thomas de Vaux died in 1346 at Nevill's Cross, Scotland. parents: John de Vaux d. a 1306 & Dervorguil de Galloway d. 28 Jan 1289 Children include William de Vaux, Lord of Dirleton+ d. 1364....

Thomas Vaux, Bottisham MP (c.1282 - c.1344)

Sources FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 Ancestral File Number: TJ1K-LH Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson Links

Thomas Vaux, Bottisham MP (1311 - 1351)

parents: Father: John VAUX b: Abt 1280 in Married Joan VAUX b: Abt 1315 in Sources FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 Ancestral File Number: TJ1L-8W Genealogical Resear...

Thomas de Vaux (Vaux), of Dirleton MP (b. - 1346)

Johannis23 de Vaux, Dominus de Dirleton: Johannis was at one time Sheriff of Edinburgh. Johannis’s first son, Thomas Vaux , was one of the earls and lords who led the Scottish army at the Battle...

Thomas Vaux, 2nd Baron Vaux of Harrowden MP (1509 - 1556)

English poet, eldest son of Nicholas Vaux, 1st Baron Vaux, was born in 1510. In 1527 he accompanied Cardinal Wolsey on bis embassy to France; he attended Henry VIII. to Calais and Boulogne in 1532; in ...

Sir Walter of Castle Carrock, Knight of Carrick Castle MP (c.1151 - c.1239)

Other names for Walter were Sir Walter de Strickland Knight of Strickland and Walter de Vaux parents: Adam de Castle Carrock (Adam de Vaux) Married Christina de Lethenham The children o...

Wife of Harold de Vaux MP (c.1010 - d.)

Wife of John Vaux (Unknown), Bottisham MP (c.1284 - d.)

Sources FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19 Ancestral File Number: TJ1L-5D Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson Links

wife of John de Vaux, of Dirleton MP (deceased)

Sir William Vaux, High Sheriff of Northamptonshire MP (c.1410 - 1460)

'Sir William Vaux, Sheriff of Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire, & Huntingdonshire, Escheator of Northamptonshire & Rutlandshire1,2,3,4 'M, #32886, b. circa 1404, d. circa 26 August 1460 Father Will...

William Vaux, Caterlyn MP (b. - c.1421)

Sources Saint-George, Richard, William Dugdale, and Joseph Foster. Pedigrees Recorded at the Heralds' Visitations of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmorland: Made by Richard St. George, Norry, K...

William de Vaux, lord of DIrleton MP (1298 - 1364)

Johannis23 de Vaux, Dominus de Dirleton: Johannis was at one time Sheriff of Edinburgh. Johannis’s first son, Thomas Vaux, was one of the earls and lords who led the Scottish army at the Battle ...

William Vaux, Caterlyn MP (b. - c.1481)

Sources Saint-George, Richard, William Dugdale, and Joseph Foster. Pedigrees Recorded at the Heralds' Visitations of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmorland: Made by Richard St. George, Norry, K...

William de Vaux, I MP (c.1324 - 1373)

William de Vaux, III MP (c.1379 - 1405)

'William Vaux1,2,3 'M, #36830, b. circa 1370, d. circa 1405 Father William de Vaux b. c 1340, d. c 1401 Mother Joan Thirning b. c 1344 ' William Vaux was born circa 1370 at of Harrowden, Northa...

William Vaux, 3rd Baron Vaux of Harrowden MP (1535 - 1595)

William Vaux, 3rd Baron Vaux of Harrowden (before 14 August 1535 – 20 August 1595) The son of Thomas Vaux, 2nd Baron Vaux of Harrowden, he succeeded his father as Baron Vaux of Harrowden in Oc...

William de Vaux, Lord Dirleton MP (c.1321 - c.1392)

William, the last baron de Vaux seems to have died in 1392. parents: William de Vaux, Lord of Dirleton d. 1364 & Catherine Douglas Children Daughter de Vaux+2, Heiress of Dirleton. Married...

William de Vaux (Vallibus), Pentney MP (c.1117 - c.1150)

William de Vallibus Baron Dalston was born about 1120 in Dalston, Norfolk County, England.1 He was the son of Robert de Vallibus Baron Dalston and Agnes Fitzwalter.1 He confirmed the grant of his fathe...

William Vaux, Bottisham MP (c.1285 - d.)

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William de Vaux, II MP (1345 - 1401)

William Vaux MP (b. - c.1481)

Sources Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem. Public Record Office. Vol. 3. Page 405. Foster's Visitation Pedigrees of Cumberland and Westmorland. "Vaux, of Caterlyn." C.W.A.A.S., Tr. N.S., Vol...

William l de Vaux, Dirleton MP (c.1160 - c.1221)

The following extracts from the Official Guide book to Dirleton Castle summarise what is known of that family:- “The De Vaux Family” “Some time during the 12th century, the...

Vaux (1312 - d.)

Vaux Buckley (1646 - d.)

Vaux (1312 - d.)

Vaux (1312 - d.)

Vaux (1312 - d.)

? Vaux (deceased)

Abigail A. Vaux (1844 - 1931)

Abraham (De Vouw) DE VAUX (c.1667 - d.)

Ada de Vaux (deceased)

Adam De Vaux (deceased)

Adam De Vaux (deceased)

Agathe de Vaux (deceased)

Albert Vaux (b. - 1878)

Albert Vaux (1846 - d.)

Albert Charles Michel Evrard Moisson de Vaux (1921 - 1940)

Albert\\Bert James Vaux (1879 - d.)

Aleck VAux (1902 - c.1996)