Alice Mallory (Driby)
|Birthplace:||Wakefield St. John, West Riding of Yorkshire, England|
|Death:||Died in Stamford, Lincolnshire, England|
Daughter of John de Driby, Esq.; Amy de Gaveston and Amy De Gaveston
|Managed by:||Patricia Norton Chong|
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About Alice Mallory
- 'Alice de Driby1,2,3,4
- 'F, #11012, b. circa 1340, d. 12 October 1412
- Father John de Driby, Esq.2,3,4 b. c 1312, d. a 30 Nov 1357
- Mother Amy de Gaveston3 b. c 6 Jan 1312, d. b 1354
- ' Alice de Driby was born circa 1340 at of Breedon, Leicestershire, England. She married Sir Robert Tuchet circa 1360.3 Alice de Driby married Sir Ralph Basset, 3rd Lord Basset of Sapcote, son of Sir Simon Bassett, 2nd Lord Basset of Sapcote and Isabel le Boteler, after 1367; They had 1 daughter (Elizabeth, wife of Sir Richard, 4th Lord Grey of Codnor).3,4 Alice de Driby married Sir Anketil Mallory between 17 July 1378 and 1382; They had 2 sons (Sir Thomas; & William) & 2 daughters (Margery, wife of Sir William Moton; & Beatrice, wife of Sir John Bagot).2,3 Alice de Driby left a will on 14 April 1412; Requested burial in the Church of the Black Friars, Stamford, Lincolnshire.3 She died on 12 October 1412.3 Her estate was probated on 26 October 1412.3
- 'Family 1 Sir Robert Tuchet
- 'Marriage* She married Sir Robert Tuchet circa 1360.3
- (Please notice that Sir Ralph Basset is listed secondly as a husband in the top section)
- 'Family 2 Sir Anketil Mallory d. 26 Mar 1393
- 'Marriage* Alice de Driby married Sir Anketil Mallory between 17 July 1378 and 1382; They had 2 sons (Sir Thomas; & William) & 2 daughters (Margery, wife of Sir William Moton; & Beatrice, wife of Sir John Bagot).2,3
- Thomas Mallory+5 b. c 1373
- Margery (Margaret) Mallory+2 b. c 1379, d. b 1444
- Sir William Mallory+ b. c 1380, d. 1445
- 'Family 3 Sir Ralph Basset, 3rd Lord Basset of Sapcote b. c 1315, d. 17 Jul 1378
- 'Marriage* Alice de Driby married Sir Ralph Basset, 3rd Lord Basset of Sapcote, son of Sir Simon Bassett, 2nd Lord Basset of Sapcote and Isabel le Boteler, after 1367; They had 1 daughter (Elizabeth, wife of Sir Richard, 4th Lord Grey of Codnor).3,4
- Elizabeth Basset+3,4 b. 22 Jul 1374, d. 6 Aug 1451
- 1.[S2815] Unknown author, The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. II, p. 8; Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists by F. L. Weis, p. 22.
- 2.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 419.
- 3.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 417-418.
- 4.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 14.
- 5.[S61] Unknown author, Family Group Sheets, SLC Archives.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p367.htm#i11012
- 'Alice de Driby
- F, #322613
- Last Edited=5 Dec 2008
- ' Alice de Driby is the daughter of John de Driby and Amy de Gaveston.
- 'Child of Alice de Driby and Anketil Malory
- 1.Sir William Malory+
- From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p32262.htm#i322613
Alice de Driby's only known surviving child by Ralph Basset was her daughter Elizabeth, b. 1372. He died 17 July 1378. Alice married (3) Sir Anketin de Mallory by 28 May 1379 (within a year, without license).
He eldest son by this marriage, Thomas Mallory, was born the following year in 1380/1, and other children followed.
Re: Papworth St. Agnes Mallory continuation - Sir Anketil II (ca. 1340 - 1393)
Posted by: Hikaru Kitabayashi (ID *****6860) Date: July 20, 2009 at 23:34:17
In Reply to: Re: Papworth St. Agnes Mallory continuation - Sir Anketil II (ca. 1340 - 1393) by Robert Awalt of 2872
After uploading my article, I found further information. I am not as certain as I previously was about the ancestry of the Sir Anketil Mallory married to Alice de Driby. There was definitely a Anketil Mallory of Sudborough in Northampton a generation older who can be proven to be different from Anketil Mallory of Kirkby Mallory who was a priest. I formerly assumed that the Anketil Mallory of Sudborough was the father of the husband of Alice de Driby. I do not now think this to have been likely, but do think they were closely related. Alice de Driby's second son died in possession of property at Sudborough. As Alice de Driby's first son had a child and, through this child, many descendants who did not inherit any property at all at Sudborough, it is clear that Alice de Driby's husband also did not inherit property at Sudborough but that the property had been purchased. It would also indicate that, if there were a blood relationship, it would have been as a representative of a still not defined junior line. The Sudborough Mallorys, themselves, may have either been of Kirkby Mallory or of Walton on the Wold, but both these families seem to share the same male line ancestry and can definitely be shown to be related in the female line through a common Segrave ancestress. I still favor the Kirkby Mallory line as a point of origin for Alice de Driby's husband and would someday like to be in a position to examine manuscripts now in the possession of the Huntingdon Library in California which, if more closely examined than hitherto, might help clarify things a bit. As for Beatrice I came across a seventeenth century translation of the original will of her mother Alice de Driby which was written in French and no longer survives which mentions Beatrice, her husband and her son, John Bagot. It should be noted in this context that preliminary research I made in England of the Bagot genealogy for these generations would indicate that there are still very considerable gaps in our knowledge. Moreover, it soon became clear that published accounts of Bagot genealogy have gotten things seriously mixed up for the early 15th century. I hope your research will serve to straighten things out. Alice de Driby's lineage, as can be presently reconstructed, consists of her father, John, his father, Thomas, Alice's mother, Amie, and Amie's father, Piers Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall. Amie's mother is unidentifiable, but may have been connected with the well-connected Tatshall family whom the Driby family married into. Amie, herself, would have been illegitimate, but should be evaluated highly as an ancestress because she made a success out of her life, in spite of the disadvantage implicit in her being illegitimate, and because it was all accomplished on her own merits, her father having been killed in her childhood with her never having been in a position to inherit anything from him. Amie's daughter, Alice de Driby, cut an even impressive figure as a Baroness and Alice's children and grandchildren moved in royal circles, playing an active role in the history of the times in which they lived.
1. Book "Piers Gaveston, Earl of Cornwall 1307-1312: Politics and Patronage in the Reighn of Edward II," by J. S. Hamilton, Wayne State University, 1988.
Anketil II Mallory m. Alice de Driby as her 3rd husband
- From: http://genforum.genealogy.com/mallory/messages/2734.html
Children: Margery Mallory Beatrice Malory
Alice Mallory's Timeline
Wakefield St. John, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
August 1, 1372
Castle Bytham, Lincolnshire, England
Kirkby Mallory, Leicestershire, England
Bradley, Durham, England
Shawbury, Shropshire, England
October 12, 1412
Stamford, Lincolnshire, England