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Alice Neville

Lady Alice Neville (c. 1430 - after 22 November 1503), Baroness FitzHugh of Ravensworth, was the wife of Henry FitzHugh, 5th Baron FitzHugh.[2] She is best known for being the great-grandmother of Queen consort Catherine Parr and her siblings, Anne and William, as well as one of the sisters of Warwick the 'Kingmaker'. Her family was one of the oldest and most powerful families of the North. They had a long-standing tradition of military service and a reputation for seeking power at the cost of the loyalty to the crown as was demonstrated by her brother, the Earl of Warwick.[3]

Lady Alice was the third daughter of Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury jure uxoris and Lady Alice Montacute, 5th Countess of Salisbury suo jure. By her father she was a descendant of King Edward III through the legitimised children of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster and his mistress, later wife, Katherine Roët. Her mother was the only child and sole heiress of Thomas Montacute, 4th Earl of Salisbury by his first wife Lady Eleanor Holland. Lady Alice was the sister of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick, the wealthiest and most powerful English peer of his age. Warwick was the most important and influential peer in the realm, and one of the principal protagonists in the Wars of the Roses. Her aunt, Cecily Neville, Duchess of York, mother of future kings and Alice's first cousins, Edward IV and Richard III, was another key figure in the dynastic civil wars that dominated most of the latter half of 15th century England.

Alice's other siblings included Lady Joan Neville, Countess of Arundel; Cecily Neville, Duchess of Warwick; John Neville, 1st Marquess of Montagu; George Neville, Archbishop of York and Chancellor of England; Lady Eleanor Neville, Countess of Derby; Lady Katherine Neville, Baroness Hastings; Sir Thomas Neville (1443–1460); and Lady Margaret Neville, Countess of Oxford.

Lady Fitzhugh's nieces, the daughters of Warwick, were Isabel Neville, who married Edward IV's brother George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence and Anne Neville. Anne was Princess of Wales as the wife of Edward of Westminster, Prince of Wales, the son of Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou. After the premature death of the Prince of Wales at 17 years old, Anne eventually became Queen consort of England upon her second marriage to Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who later became King of England as Richard III.[4][5]

Lady Alice, who was close to her niece Anne, was very supportive of the Duke of Gloucester after he had become Lord Protector of the Realm. She influenced her family members to do the same. When Gloucester ascended the throne as King Richard III in 1483, Lady Alice and her daughter, Elizabeth, were appointed by the Queen to serve as her ladies-in-waiting. The two received presents from the King which included yards of the grandest cloth available to make dresses. At the coronation in 1483, it was Alice and Elizabeth who were two of the seven noble ladies given the honour to ride behind the queen.[3]

The position of lady-in-waiting to the Queens of England became a family tradition spanning down to Lady FitzHugh's great-granddaughter, Anne Parr who served all of King Henry VIII's six wives.[6]

Lady Fitzhugh was very much the same temperament of her brother the Earl of Warwick. Although her husband, Henry, Lord FitzHugh is generally given credit for instigating the 1470 rebellion which drew King Edward IV into the north and allowed a safe landing of the Earl of Warwick in the West country, the boldness of the stroke is far more in keeping with Alice, Lady Fitzhugh's temperament and abilities than with her husband's.[7]

After the death of her husband in 1483, Lady Fitzhugh along with her children Richard, Roger, Edward, Thomas, and Elizabeth joined the Corpus Christi guild at York.[8]

Lady Alice married Henry, Lord FitzHugh of Ravensworth Castle, near Richmond (1429–72), head of a powerful local family between Tees and Swale.[10] Lord and Lady FitzHugh had 11 children; five sons and six daughters:

  • Sir Richard, 6th Baron FitzHugh who married Elizabeth Burgh, daughter of Thomas Burgh of Gainsborough; their son, George, inherited the barony of FitzHugh, but after his death in 1513 the barony fell into abeyance between his aunt Alice and her nephew Sir Thomas Parr, son of his other aunt Elizabeth. This abeyance continues to the present day.[11]
  • George FitzHugh, Dean of Lincoln from 1483–1505 [11]
  • Alice FitzHugh married Sir John Fiennes, the son of Sir Richard Fiennes and Joan Dacre, 7th Baroness Dacre.[11][12]
  • Elizabeth FitzHugh, who married firstly William Parr, 1st Baron Parr of Kendal and secondly Sir Nicholas Vaux. By her first husband, Elizabeth was the grandmother to Queen consort Catherine Parr, Anne, Countess of Pembroke, and William, Marquess of Northampton.[11]
  • Anne, wife of Francis Lovell, 1st Viscount Lovell.[13]
  • Margery, who married Sir Marmaduke Constable.[11]
  • Joan, who became a nun.[11]
  • Edward FitzHugh (dsp.)[11]
  • Thomas FitzHugh (dsp.)[11]
  • John FitzHugh (dsp.)[11]
  • Eleanor FitzHugh[11]

From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Neville

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  • Alice Neville1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
  • F, #17330, b. circa 1431, d. after 22 November 1503
  • Father Sir Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury, Lord Monthermer, Constable of Pontefract Castle & Portchester Castle, Great Chamberlain of England, Joint Chamberlain of the Exchequer, Lord Chancellor2,3,4,13,6,7,8,9,14,11,12 b. c 1401, d. 31 Dec 1460
  • Mother Alice Montagu2,3,4,13,9,14 b. c 1406, d. bt 3 Apr 1462 - 9 Dec 1462
  • Alice Neville was born circa 1431.2 She married Sir Henry FitzHugh, 5th Lord FitzHugh, Master Forester & Keeper of the New Forest, Trier of Petitions for Parliament, son of Sir William FitzHugh, 4th Lord FitzHugh and Margery Willoughby, circa 1452; They had 5 sons (Richard, 6th Lord FitzHugh; George, Dean of Lincoln; Edward; Thomas; & John) & 6 daughters (Alice, wife of Sir John Fiennes; Anne, wife of Sir Francis, Viscount Lovel; Elizabeth, wife of Sir William Parr, & of Nicholas Vaux; Margery, wife of Sir Marmaduke Constable; Joan, a nun at Dartford; & Eleanor).2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 Alice Neville died after 22 November 1503.2,4,9
  • Family Sir Henry FitzHugh, 5th Lord FitzHugh, Master Forester & Keeper of the New Forest, Trier of Petitions for Parliament b. c 1429, d. 8 Jan 1472
  • Children
    • Joan FitzHugh+2
    • Alice FitzHugh+2
    • Margery FitzHugh15,8,9 b. c 1453, d. b 1471
    • Richard FitzHugh, 6th Lord FitzHugh b. c 1456, d. 20 Nov 1487
    • Elizabeth FitzHugh+2,16,17,4,6,7,9,11,12 b. c 1460, d. bt 1501 - 10 Jul 1507
  • Citations
  • [S4969] Unknown author, The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. V, p. 429; Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists by F. L. Weis, p. 79; Plantagenet Ancestry of 17th Century Colonists, by David Faris, p. 39.
  • [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 326.
  • [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 510-511.
  • [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. II, p. 200-201.
  • [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 163.
  • [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 290-291.
  • [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 298-299.
  • [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, p. 285.
  • [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, p. 632-633.
  • [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 125.
  • [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 295-296.
  • [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 305.
  • [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 161-162.
  • [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 123-124.
  • [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 225.
  • [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 561-562.
  • [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 566.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p577.htm#i17330

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  • Alice Neville1
  • F, #3344, d. after 22 November 1503
  • Last Edited=19 Sep 2014
  • Consanguinity Index=0.42%
  • Alice Neville was the daughter of Richard de Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury and Alice Montagu, Countess of Salisbury.1 She married Henry FitzHugh, 5th Lord FitzHugh, son of William FitzHugh, 4th Lord FitzHugh and Marjery Willoughby, before 1472.1 She died after 22 November 1503.1
  • From before 1472, her married name became FitzHugh.1
  • Children of Alice Neville and Henry FitzHugh, 5th Lord FitzHugh
    • Elizabeth FitzHugh+ d. b 29 Jan 1508
    • Richard FitzHugh, 6th Lord FitzHugh+ d. 20 Nov 1487
  • Citations
  • [S8] BP1999 volume 1, page 17. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S8]
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p335.htm#i3344

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  • Alice NEVILLE (B. Fitzhugh of Ravensworth)
  • Born: ABT 1430, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
  • Died: AFT 22 Nov 1503, Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
  • Father: Richard NEVILLE (1° E. Salisbury)
  • Mother: Alice MONTAGUE (C. Salisbury)
  • Married: Henry FITZHUGH (5º B. Fitzhugh of Ravensworth) Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
  • Children:
    • 1. Alice FITZHUGH
    • 2. Agnes FITZHUGH
    • 3. Margery FITZHUGH
    • 4. Joan FITZHUGH (Nun)
    • 5. Richard FITZHUGH (6° B. Fitzhugh of Ravensworth)
    • 6. Thomas FITZHUGH (b. ABT 1459)
    • 7. John FITZHUGH (b. ABT 1461)
    • 8. George FITZHUGH
    • 9. Edward FITZHUGH (b. ABT 1464 - d. BEF 4 Jun 1472)
    • 10. Elizabeth FITZHUGH (B. Vaux of Harrowden)
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/NEVILLE2.htm#Alice NEVILLE (B. Fitzhugh)

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  • RICHARD Neville, son of RALPH Neville Earl of Westmoreland & his second wife Joan Beaufort (1400-killed in battle Wakefield 30 Dec 1460, bur Bisham). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johannam minorissam, Ricardum, Katherinam ducissam Norfolchie, Henricum mortuum, Thomam dominum de Seymour, Cuthbertum mortuum, Alienoram uxorem comitis Northumbrie, Robertum episcopum Dunelmie, Willelmum dominum de Fauconberge, Annam comitssam Staffordie, Johannem mortuum, Georgium dominum de Latymer, Ceciliam ducissam Eboraci, Edwardum dominum de Bergeny" as the children of "Radulphus dominus de Neuill et comes Westmorlandie" and his wife "Johanna filia Johannis ducis Lancastrie uxor secunda"[1895]. He was allowed the title Earl of Salisbury from 1428. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, chose burial “in the priory of Bustelsham in the county of Berks”, required “the covenants of marriage of Thomas my son with Maud Lady Willoughby his wife be fully performed, according to the agreement made between me and Ralph Lord Cromwell...that the marriage covenants made for the marriage of Catherine my daughter with the son and heir apparent of William Lord Harrington, the son of William Lord Bonville”, names “my mother Joan late Countess of Westmoreland, and my father Ralph late Earl of Westmoreland”, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1896].
  • m (Feb 1421 or before) ALICE de Montagu, daughter of THOMAS de Montagu Earl of Salisbury & his first wife Eleanor de Holand of Kent (-[3 Apr/9 Dec] 1462). A mid-15th century manuscript records that "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" married "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1897]. She succeeded her father in 1428 as Ctss of Salisbury. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1898].
  • Richard & his wife had twelve children:
    • 1. JOAN (-before 9 Sep 1462, bur Arundel). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1899]. A manuscript pedigree dated to [1500] names "Jane C’tess of Arundel" as daughter of "Richard Earl of Salisbury" and mother of "Thos. Earl of Arundel that now is, John of Arundel Knt"[1900]. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1901]. m (after 17 Aug 1438) WILLIAM FitzAlan Earl of Arundel, son of JOHN FitzAlan Earl of Arundel & his wife Eleanor Berkeley (23 Nov 1417-1487, bur Arundel).
    • 2. ELEANOR (-before Oct 1473, bur London, St James Garlickhithe). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1902]. m (after 10 May 1457) as his first wife, THOMAS Stanley Earl of Derby, son of THOMAS Stanley Lord Stanley & his wife Joan Goushill of Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire ([1435]-Lathom 29 Jul 1504, bur Burscough Priory, Lancashire).
    • 3. RICHARD (1428-killed in battle Barnet 14 Apr 1471, bur Bisham Abbey, Berkshire). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1903]. He succeeded as Earl of Warwick in 1449, de iure uxoris. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1904]. He succeeded his father in 1460 as Earl of Salisbury. m (1434) ANNE Beauchamp, daughter of RICHARD Beauchamp Earl of Warwick & his second wife Isabel Le Despencer (Caversham [Apr] 1426-before 20 Sep 1492). The Chronica de Fundatoribus et Fundatione of Tewkesbury Abbey records the birth of “filia…Anna” to “dominus Richardus Bewchampe V comes Warwichiæ” and his wife Isabel, one year and six months after the birth of her older brother, adding that she married “Ricardus filius…Ricardi comitis Sarum” in the same month and year as her brother’s marriage[1905]. She succeeded her niece in 1449 as Ctss of Warwick, suo iure. Richard & his wife had two children:
      • a) .... etc.
    • 4. THOMAS (-killed in battle Wakefield 30 Dec 1460). The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, required “the covenants of marriage of Thomas my son with Maud Lady Willoughby his wife be fully performed, according to the agreement made between me and Ralph Lord Cromwell”[1910]. m (licence 1 May 1453, Tattershall, Lincolnshire Aug 1453) as her second husband, MATILDA Stanhope, widow of ROBERT Lord Willoughby de Eresby, daughter of RICHARD Stanhope of Rampton, Nottinghamshire & his second wife Matilda Cromwell (-30 Aug 1497, bur Tattershall, Collegiate Church). The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, required “the covenants of marriage of Thomas my son with Maud Lady Willoughby his wife be fully performed, according to the agreement made between me and Ralph Lord Cromwell”[1911]. She married thirdly (before 20 Mar 1463) Gervase Clifton.
    • 5. CICELY (-28 Jul 1450, bur 31 Jul 1450 Tewkesbury Abbey). The Chronica de Fundatoribus et Fundatione of Tewkesbury Abbey records the marriage of “Henricus dominus le Despenser” and “Ceciliam filiam domini Ricardi Nevill comitis Sarum” in 1434 in his tenth year[1912]. m firstly (1434) HENRY Beauchamp, son of RICHARD Beauchamp Earl of Warwick & his second wife Isabel Le Despencer (Hanley Castle 22 Mar 1425-Hanley Castle 11 Jun 1446, bur Tewkesbury Abbey). He succeeded his father in 1439 as Earl of Warwick, Comte d'Aumâle. He was created Duke of Warwick 5 Apr 1445. m secondly (licence 3 Apr 1449) as his first wife, JOHN Tiptoft Lord Tiptoft, son of JOHN Tiptoft Lord Tiptoft & his second wife Joyce Cherleton ([Great Eversden, Cambridgeshire] 8 May 1427-18 Oct 1470, bur London, Church of the Black Friars by Ludgate). He was created Earl of Worcester in 1449.
    • 6. JOHN ([1431]-killed in battle Barnet 14 Apr 1471, bur Bisham Abbey). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1913]. He was summoned to parliament 23 May 1461, whereby he is held to have become Lord Montagu. He was created Marquess of Montagu 25 Mar 1470. m (25 Apr 1457) as her first husband, ISABEL Ingaldesthorpe, daughter of EDWARD Ingaldesthorpe of Borough Green, Cambridgeshire & his wife Joan Tiptoft of Worcester (1441-20 May 1476, bur Bisham). She married secondly (25 Apr 1472) William Norreys. John & his wife had seven children:
      • a) .... etc.
    • 7. GEORGE (1433-1478). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1914]. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1915]. Archbishop of York. Geroge had one possible illegitimate daughter by an unknown mistress:
      • a) [ALICE . m THOMAS Tunstall, son of ---.]
    • 8. ALICE (-after 22 Nov 1503). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1916]. A manuscript pedigree dated to [1500] names "Alice Lady FitzHugh" as daughter of "Richard Earl of Salisbury" and names her eight children[1917]. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1918]. m HENRY FitzHugh Lord FitzHugh, son of WILLIAM FitzHugh Lord FitzHugh & his wife Margery de Willoughby of Eresby, Lincolnshire (before 1429-8 Jun 1472).
    • 9. ELEANOR (-after 10 May 1458). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1919]. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1920].
    • 10. RALPH (-young, bur Sheriff Hooton). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1921].
    • 11. CATHERINE (-[22 Nov 1503/25 Mar 1504]). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1922]. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, required “that the marriage covenants made for the marriage of Catherine my daughter with the son and heir apparent of William Lord Harrington, the son of William Lord Bonville”, names “my mother Joan late Countess of Westmoreland, and my father Ralph late Earl of Westmoreland”, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1923]. m firstly (1458) WILLIAM Bonville Baron Harington, son of WILLIAM Bonville & his wife Elizabeth Harington (1443-killed in battle Wakefield 31 Dec 1460). m secondly (before 6 Feb 1462) WILLIAM Hastinges of Kirby, Leicestershire Lord Hastings, son of LEONARD Hastinges & his wife Alice de Camoys ([1430/31]-executed Tower of London 13 Jun 1483, bur Windsor, St George’s Chapel).
    • 12. ROBERT (-young, bur Middleton). A mid-15th century manuscript names "Johanna comitissa Arundelie, Alienora comitissa Warwici, Ricardus filius prim, ---, Johannes de Neuille, Georgius de Neuille clericus, Alesia…Alienora, Radulphus mortuus apud Shirefhoton sepultus, Katherina…Robertus mortuus apud Midelham sepultus" as the children of "Ricardum Neuille comitem Sarum" and his wife "Alesia comitissa Sarum et heres"[1924].
    • 13. MARGARET (-after 20 Nov 1506, bur Colne Priory). A manuscript pedigree dated to [1500] names "Countess of Oxford" as daughter of "Richard Earl of Salisbury"[1925]. The will of "Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury", dated 10 May 1458, bequeathed property to “my eldest son Richard Earl of Warwick...my son George...my daughter Alice...my daughter Eleanor...my daughter Katherine...my daughter Margaret...my daughter the Countess of Arundel...my brother Lord William Fauconberg...Alice my wife Countess of Salisbury”[1926]. m as his first wife, JOHN de Vere Earl of Oxford, son of JOHN de Vere Earl of Oxford & his wife Elizabeth Howard (8 Sep 1442-Hedingham Castle 10 Mar 1513, bur Colne Priory).
  • From: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ENGLISH%20NOBILITY%20MEDIEVAL1.htm#RichardNevilleSalisburydied1460B

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Husband's Name

Thomas GREY (AFN:8WL5-N4)  Pedigree  

Born:  Abt 1429  Place:  Chillingham, Northumberland, England   
Married:  4 Feb 1460  Place:  Raby Castle, Standrop, Durham, England   

Father:  Ralph GREY (AFN:9FGQ-RM)  Family  
Mother:  Elizabeth FITZHUGH (AFN:PZ7X-2M)   

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Wife's Name

Alice NEVILLE (AFN:8WK1-3J)  Pedigree  

Born:  Abt 1434  Place:  Raby Castle, Raby With Keverstone, Staindrop, Durham, England   
Married:  4 Feb 1460  Place:  Raby Castle, Standrop, Durham, England   

Father:  Edward NEVILLE (AFN:8V6B-K0)  Family  
Mother:  Elizabeth BEAUCHAMP (AFN:8WK1-2C)   

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Children

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1.  Sex  Name    
 M Thomas GREY ;[SIR KNIGHT] (AFN:9F97-Z3)  Pedigree  

   Born:  Abt 1405   Place:  Of, Hetton, Northumberland, England   
   Died:  1443   Place:  Sp  

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   ↑ The Life of a Noblewoman. trees.ancestry.com. Jerry Barksdale Jun 29, 2013
   ↑ See Richard Neville.
   ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Wikipedia: Baron FitzHugh
   ↑ 5 sons, 6 dau
   ↑ Wikipedia: Alice FitzHugh
   ↑ son: Sir Thomas Parr (ancestor of Catherine Parr)
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Alice Fitzhugh's Timeline

1381
1381
1430
1430
Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
1450
1450
Age 20
Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
1451
1451
Age 21
North Riding of Yorkshire, England
1453
1453
Age 23
Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
1453
Age 23
Ravensworth, North Yorkshire, England
1456
1456
Age 26
Probably Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
1457
1457
Age 27
Probably Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
1459
1459
Age 29
Ravensworth, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom