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Elizabeth Wandesford (de Musters)

Also Known As: "Mowbray"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Kirklington, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: after 1370
England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Henry de Musters and Elizabeth Thornhill
Wife of Alexander Mowbray, Lord Chief Justice and John de Wandesford
Mother of Elizabeth Gascoigne; Alexander de Mowbray; John de Wandesford; Roger Wandesford; Geoffrey Wandesford, Jr. and 1 other

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About Elizabeth Wandesford

Elizabeth was the daughter and heiress of Henry de Musters and Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Brian Thornhill

She married firstly Alexander de Mowbray, son of Sir John Mowbray and Margaret. They had a son

  • Alexander who died without issue c1380 and a daughter
  • Elizabeth 1340-91 the first wife of Chief Justice Sir William Gascoigne, of Harewood.

Elizabeth married secondly John de Wandesforde the son of Sir Geoffrey Wandesford of Alnwick

Source: https://old.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=117175108


From Story of the family of Wandesforde of Kirklington & Castlecomer : compiled from original sources with a calendar enthistorical manuscripts by McCall, Hardy Bertram, 1859- Publication date 1904 link

The heiress of the house of Musters married secondly, in or before the year 1370, John de Wandesford of Westwick in the manor of Ripon, and the history of their descendants forms the subject of the following chapters. The lordship of Treswell like that of Kirklington was a male fief, and both were inherited by the Wandesfords. But some arrangement was made after 1400 by which the Nottinghamshire estate descended in the family of Gascoigne, Kirklington becoming the inheritance of the Wandesfords. At Michaelmas in the 7th of Henry VIII. (1515) Sir William Gascoigne the younger, Kt., and Margaret his wife suffered a recovery of the manor of Tyreswell, with the advowson of the church and ten messuages, 200 acres of land, 100 of pasture and 60 acres of wood with the appurtenances in Tyreswell.

Thus ended the knightly race of Musters, which for three centuries had held the manor of Kirklington and which gave us the church and village ; but the old Norman blood still flows in the veins of their descendants, though their name has long since passed out of popular remembrance.


http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=johanson&id=I58727

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Elizabeth MUSTERS [Pedigree] Daughter of Henry MUSTERS

      REF YorkshireP. Daughter and heir.

Married Alexander MOWBRAY

Children:

Elizabeth MOWBRAY m. William GASCOIGNE Chief Justice (-1419)

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Elizabeth Wandesford's Timeline

1340
1340
Kirklington, North Yorkshire, England
1345
1345
Kirklington, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
1360
1360
Age 15
Kirklington, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
1370
1370
Age 25
England
1375
1375
Age 25
Kirklington, Yorkshire, England
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