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Alice le Boteler

Birthplace: Longford, Derbyshire, England
Death: March 15, 1356 (65-66)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of William le Boteler, 1st Baron Boteler and Ela de Herdeburgh
Wife of MP Nicholas Longford, Sir
Mother of Alice FitzHerbert and Nicholas Longford, II
Sister of Ankaret le Boteler; Edmund le Boteler; Edward le Boteler; Ida Le Boteler and William The Younger (Half Brother of Lord William) le Boteler
Half sister of Isabel Walsham and William le Boteler, 2nd Baron of Wem and Oversley

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About Alice le Boteler

From: (Douglas Richardson)

Subject: New Descent from King Henry II through Herdeburgh, Boteler, le Strange, & Longford families

Date: 25 Sep 2001 10:53:00 -0700

Dear Newsgroup ~

:In 1275, Edward le Boteler, rector of Weston-Turville, co. Buckingham, died without issue, leaving as his co-heirs his four sisters or their descendants. Two of the sisters were Ankaret, wife of John le Strange and Thomas de Ferrers (ancestress of the le Strange family of Blackmere) and Alice, wife of Nicholas Longford (ancestress of the Longford, Montgomery, Clarell, Fitzwilliam, and many other families). The two sisters have many descendants, including many people who post here on the the newsgroup."

"Edward Boteler and his four sisters were the children of William le Boteler, of Wem and Oversley, Shropshire, by his 2nd wife, Ela de Herdeburgh. Previously the Herdeburgh family was not thought to possess any royal ancestry, however, it appears that Ela de Herdeburgh does in fact descend from King Henry II through the Longespee family..."


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Longford, Derbyshire, England
Longford, Derbyshire, England
Longford, Derbyshire, England
March 15, 1356
Age 66