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John Fitzrandolph, Lord Spennithorne

Also Known As: "Lord of Spennithorne", "John FitzRandolph Esq. Lord Spennithorne"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Spennithorne, North Riding of Yorkshire, England
Death: March 05, 1475 (51-59)
Spennithorne, North Riding of Yorkshire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir Ralph Fitzrandolph, Lord of Spennithorne and Elizabeth Fitzrandolph
Husband of Joan Fitzrandolph
Father of Sir Ralph Fitzrandolph, Lord of Spennithorne; Christopher Fitzrandolph; Richard Fitzrandolph; Sir John Fitzrandolph, II; Margery Burgh and 1 other
Brother of Richard FitzRandolph

Occupation: Lord of Spennithorne
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About John Fitzrandolph, Lord Spennithorne

  • John FitzRandolph, Esq., Lord Spennithorne1
  • M, b. circa 1420, d. 5 March 1475
  • Father Sir Ralph FitzRandall, Lord Spennithorne b. c 1398
  • Mother Elizabeth
  • John FitzRandolph, Esq., Lord Spennithorne was born circa 1420 at of Spennithorne, Yorkshire, England. He married Joan Conyers, daughter of Sir Christopher Conyers, Sheriff of Yorkshire and Ellene Rolleston, circa 1444 at of Spennithorne, Yorkshire, England; They had at least 3 sons (Ralph, Christopher, & John). John FitzRandolph, Esq., Lord Spennithorne died on 5 March 1475.
  • Family Joan Conyers b. c 1423
  • Child
    • John FitzRandolph+ b. c 1455, d. c 1514
  • Citations
  • 1.[S4022] Unknown author, The Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants, by Gary Boyd Roberts, p. 446.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p506.htm#i15204

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  • Joan CONYERS
  • Born: ABT 1420, Hornby Castle
  • Died: AFT 22 Jun 1483
  • Father: Christopher CONYERS
  • Mother: Ellen ROLLESTON
  • Married: John FITZRANDALL (Lord of Spennithorne) (b. ABT 1420 - d. 5 Mar 1474/75)
  • Children:
    • 1. John FITZRANDOLPH (b. BET 1455/60 - d. BEF 1514)
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/CONYERS1.htm#Joan CONYERS2

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  • The Magna Charta sureties, 1215: the barons named in the Magna Charta, 1215 ... By Frederick Lewis Weis, Walter Lee Sheppard, William
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=59XcwoRK9jkC&pg=PA194&lpg=PA194&dq=Edward+FitzRandolph+1565&source=bl&ots=KGhipz7S8p&sig=fdJHr8FP7z8wU_zIi8MRSG_07HM&hl=en&ei=QaZ9TcT8MM_0rAHBmt3uBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=7&ved=0CDkQ6AEwBjgK#v=onepage&q=Edward%20FitzRandolph%201565&f=false
  • Pg. 193-196
  • 1. ROGER BIGOD (3-1), 2nd Earl of Norfolk, Magna Charta Surety, 1215, b. c. 1150, d. 1221; m. Ida. (CP IX, 586-589).
  • 2. MARY BIGOD, heiress of Menethorpe, co. York; prob. m. Ranulf fitz Robert, lord of Middleham, co. York, to which he succeeded by 1206, d. bef. 7 Dec. 1252, bur. at Coverham Abbey, co. York; held 6 knights' fees in the honour of Richmond, co. York, and 6 in Norfolk, the latter acquired presumably from the Bigods. (Clay, Early Yorkshire Charters, V:303; The Genealogist, n.s. 3:33; Feudal Aids 6: 156; VCH, North Riding of York, 1: 254).
  • 3. RANULF fitz RANULF, lord of Spennithorne, co. York, b. c. 1220/5, d. bef. 1294; m. Bertrama, widow of Sir Roger de Ingoldsby. (VCH cit. 1: 258).
  • 4. RALPH fitz RANULF, lord of Spennithorne, b. c. 1250/60, d. bef. 1316; m. Theophania (or Tiffany) de Lascelles, dau. and coheiress of Sir Roger de Lascelles (IV) of Kirkby-under-Knowle, co. York, who is now considered by legal fiction to have been 1st Baron Lascelles. (VCH cit. 1: 258; Clay, Early Yorkshire Charters, "Lascelle Fee", V 182-186; CP VII, 446-449)
  • 5. RANULF fitz RALPH, lord of Spennithorne, sometimes called Ranulf de Lascelles, b. c. 1300, d. aft. 1343; m. Isabel. (VCH cit., 1: 258; Feet of Fines for co. of York, 1327-1347, p.166).
  • 6. JOHN fitz RANULF, lord of Spennithorne, b. c. 1325, d. bef. 1369; m. by Oct. 1343, Maud "de Campania," who m. (2) Robert de Hilton, lord of Swine. (VCH Cit., 1: 259; Feet of Fines for co. of York, loc. cit.: Yorks Archaeol. Journal, 25: 174).
  • 7. RANDALL (or RANULF) fitz JOHN, lord of Spennithorne, b. c. 1345, d. aft. 1388. (VCH cit. 1: 259).
  • 8. SIR JOHN RANDALL (or FITZ RANDOLPH), KNT., lord of Spennithorne, b. c. 1374, beheaded, 1405 for taking part in the rebellion of Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland, Richard Scrope, Archbishop of York, and other northern magnates. (VCH cit. 1: 259; C.W.C. Oman, Political History of England, 1377-1485, pp. 194-198; see Close Rolls, 17 Feb. 1407, for lands of which Sir John was seised at time of his death).
  • 9. SIR RALPH FITZ RANDALL (or FITZ RANDOLPH), KNT., lord of Spennithorne, b. c. 1398, under age in 1407, will dated 20 Jan. 1457/8, pr. ult. Jan. 1457/8; m. Elizabeth. (VCH cit. 1: 259; Sir Ralph's Will is printed in Surtees Soc. Publ., 26: 4).
  • 10. JOHN FITZ RANDOLPH (or FITZ RANDOLPH), ESQ., lord of Spennithorne, b. c. 1420, d. 5 Mar. 1474/5; m. Joan Conyers, eldest dau. of Sir Christopher Conyers, Knt., of Hornby Castle, co. York. b. c. 1380. d. aft. 1462, m. (1) bef. Sept. 1415 Ellen, b. c. 1399, d. 6 Aug. 1444, dau. of Thomas Rolleston of Mablethorp, co. Lincoln, Esq., by Beatrice Haulay his wife, heiress of Ingleton, co. York. (VCH cit. 1: 259: J.W. Clay, Extinct & Dormant Peerages of the Northern Counties of England, 32-33; Yorks Arch. Soc. Record Series, 59: 105, Inq.p.m. of Thomas Rolleston).
  • 11. JOHN FITZ RANDOLPH, b. perhaps 1455/60, prob. d. bef. 1514, presumed to have been third or fourth son of John Fitz Randolph and Joan Conyers, and brother of Sir Ralph Fitz Randolph of Spennithorne (c. 1444-1517) and of Christopher Fitz Randolph, parson of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, co. Nottingham (d 1516). See note to this pedigree; Fitz Randolph pedigree in British Museum Add. Mss. 6705, f58b, begins with this John).
  • 12. CHRISTOPHER FITZ RANDOLPH, b. c. 1495, d. sh. bef. 26 Apr. 1670 (adminstration granted on that date to his widow Jane and eldest son Thomas); doubtless came to Kirkby-in-Ashfield, co Nottingham, because of his uncle Christopher Fitz Randolph, parson of that place, who d. 1516 leaving a will dated 1 Jun 1516 of which the nephew Christopher was named as one of the executors; m. by contract dated 1514 to Jane (or Joan) Langton, dau. and heiress of Cuthbert Langton of Langton Hall in the parish of Kirkby-in-Ashfield. Jane was b. c. 1499, d. betw. 30 July 1573 (date of will) and 2 Apr. 1574 (probate). (NEHGR, 97: 296, 99: 335-336; Brit. Museum Add. Mss. 6705: f58b; Add. Mss. 6707: v1O2; Harl. Mss. 1400: 58, 58b; Thoroton, Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, 2: 296; Harl. Soc. Publ., 4: 187. L.V.F. Randolph, FitzRandolph Traditions, mentions Christopher Fitz Randolph and Jane Langton many times, but this book regrettably contains many errors; Whitaker, Richmondshire II, p. 46).
  • 13. CHRISTOPHER FITZ RANDOLPH, b. c. 1530, bur. at Sutton-in-Ashfield, co. Nottingham, 28 June 1588 (this is the correct date of burial from original paper Parish Register of Sutton-in-Ashfield. The date was incorrectly copied as "7 Jun 1589" in late parchment copy of original Register, and wrong date from copy was unfortunately printed in the NEHGR, 97: 298). Christopher was his parents' fourth son, and was named in his mother's will, dated 30 July 1573. His own will, dated 20 June 1588, was proved 1 Apr. 1589 in the Peculiar Court of the Manor of Mansfield (Notts. County Record Office, D.D.P. 17/69). Christopher's wife, who predeceased him, was not named in his will. He had four sons, James, Anthony, Edward and Christopher, named in the will.
  • 14. EDWARD FITZ RANDOLPH, b. c. 1565, d. betw. 13 Aug. 1647 (dated of will) and 27 Oct. 1647 (probate). He was prob. b. at Hucknall-under-Huthwaite in the parish of Sutton-in-Ashfield, co. Nottingham, and moved aft. 1621 to Kirsall in the Parish of Kneesall, co. Nottingham, where he died. He was the 3rd son named in his father's will, and was prob. the nephew Edward named in the will of his uncle Thomas Fitz Randolph, 21 May 1600. (NEHGR, 97: 297). He m. (1) at Sutton-in-Ashfield, 16 Nov. 1589, Alice Tompson, bur. there 27 Dec. 1604. He m. (2) at Sutton-in-Ashfield, 17 Dec. 1605, Frances Howls, apparently a native of the parish of Kneesall, co. Nottingham, bur. at Kneesall 7 June 1631 (NEHGR 97: 298; Transcript of the Parish Registers of Kneesall; original will of Edward Fitz Randolph at York Probate Registry, in which he bequeathed ten pounds sterling to his son Edward "if he cum to demand it.")
  • 15. EDWARD FITZ RANDOLPH (son of the 2nd marriage), the emigrant to New England and eventual settler in New Jersey, bp. at Sutton-in-Ashfield, co. Nottingham, 5 July 1607, emigrated 1630 to Scituate, Mass., then moved to Barnstable, Cape Cod, and finally to Piscataway, N.J., where he d. c. 1684/5. He m. at Scituate, 10 May 1637, Elizabeth Blossom, b. at Leyden, Netherlands, 1620, d. at Piscataway, c. 1713, having remarried, 30 June 1685, Capt. John Pike. (NEHGR 97: 275-276, 298; 99: 335-336; Louise Aymar Christian and Howard Stelle Fitz Randolph, Fitz Randolph Genealogy, 5).
    • Note: Although this line is probably sound, attention should be drawn to other evidences. C.T. Clay, Early Yorkshire Charters, 5: 303, say that Ranulf Fitz Robert "is said to have married Mary daughter of Roger Bigod earl of Norfolk" (see above, Generation 2). Mary definitely brought the lands of Menethorpe, co York, to her husband in gift of frank-marriage, which lands had previously been held by Roger Bigod (ibid., footnote 4 and authorities there cited). Moreover, the careful pedigree in the Genealogist, n.s., 3: 33, gives Mary as daughter of Roger Bigod.
    • The weakest link is that which connects Generations 10 and 11 (above). John Fitz Randolph (Generation 10) was succeeded at Spennithorne by his eldest son Sir Ralph Fitz Randolph (b.c. 1444, d. 1517) who married Elizabeth Scrope, daughter of Sir Thomas Scrope, 5th Lord Scrope of Masham. They had a son John Fitz Randolph (who d. in 1517 shortly after his father, and was the last of the Fitz Randolphs of Spennithorne), and five daughters, Elizabeth, Alice, Mary, Dorothy, and Agnes, who were coheiresses of their brother John at his death in 1517 (Surtees Soc. Publ., 133: 24). In 1514 Christopher Fitz Randolph (Generation 12) was married by contract to Jane Langton. Two of the feoffees of the marriage contract were John Fitz Randolph, heir of Spennithorne, mentioned above, and his brother-in-law Sir Nicholas Strelley of Linby, co. Nottingham, husband of Elizabeth Fitz Randolph, the eldest of the five Spennithorne coheiresses. It is presumed that John Fitz Randolph and Strelley were feoffees because the bride-groom, Christopher Fitz Randolph, was John's first cousin and Strelley's first-cousin-in-law (see discussion by Anthony R. Wagner, Richmond Herald, in NEHGR 99: 335-336).
    • We also know that Christopher Fitz Randolph (Generation 12) had an uncle, Christopher Fitz Randolph, parson of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, co. Nottingham, who was presented to that living 3 Mar. 1489/90 by Sir John Conyers, Knt., of Hornby Castle, co. York, who had acquired the advowson. Christopher Fitz Randolph, the parson made a will dated 1 June 1516, proved 17 July 1516, of which his nephew Christopher (Generation 12) was one of the executors. Christopher the parson unfortunately did not mention his kinsmen of the Spennithorne line in this will.
    • We further know that John Fitz Randolph (Generation 10) married Joan Conyers, eldest daughter of Sir Christopher Conyers, Knt., lord of Hornby Castle, co. York (Raine, Testamenta Eboracenses, 3: 228; Conyers pedigree in J.W. Clay, Extinct and Dormant Peerages of the Northern Counties of England, 32-33). Joan (Conyers) Fitz Randolph was living, a widow, 22 June 1483, when she was named in the will of that date of her brother Christopher Conyers, Rector of Rudby, co. York (Raine, Test. Ebor., 3: 287). We think (but cannot prove) that John Fitz Randolph (Generation 10) and his wife Joan Conyers had, in addition to their eldest son and heir Sir Ralph, younger sons named Richard, John, and Christopher, and a daughter Margery who married John Burgh of East Hawkswell, co. York (for the Burghs, see Whitaker, Richmondshilre, 347). Of the above-named three younger sons, we suppose that John was the John Fitz Randolph (Generation 11), while Christopher was the parson of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, named for his grandfather and uncle, each named Christopher Conyers. If this connection be correct, as we believe, it would explain why Sir John Conyers of Hornby (eldest son of Sir Christopher and brother of Joan (Conyers) Fitz Randolph) acquired the advowson of Kirkby-in-Ashfield and presented Christopher Fitz Randolph (whom we believe to have been Sir John's nephew) to that living. It may be noted in passing that the given name Christopher entered the Fitz Randolph family through the marriage to Joan Conyers in the fifteenth century and continued as a given name in that family for over two centuries. Edward[1] Fitz Randolph's (Generation 15) eldest surviving son Nathaniel[2] had an eldest son John[3] who had an eldest son Christopher[4], b. at Woodbridge, N.J., 23 Feb. 1682 (L.A. Christian and H.S.F. Randolph, FitzRandolph Genealogy, 9).
    • Bearing in mind the possibilities that Mary Bigod (Generation 2) may not have been the wife of Randulf fitz Robert, and that John Fitz Randolph Generation 11) may not have been a younger son of John Fitz Randolph (Generation 10), even though we think that those connections are correct, we have presented the above pedigree.
    • John Insley Coddington
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John Fitz Randolph was born ca 1455/60, died before 1514, brother of Sir Ralph Fitz Randolph, Lord of Spenni-thorne. (Another case where Fitz Randolph inheritance fell to the eldest child.) John is the s/o of John Fitz Randolph, Esq.,Lord of Spennithorne, born 1420, died 5 March 1474/5. Married Joan Conyers (living 22 June 1485) eldest dau. of SirChristopher Conyers, Knt of Hornby Castle, Co. York by his 1st wife Ellen Rolleston. Children: Sir Ralph; Christopher,Parson of Kirkbury-in-Ashfield; Richard and John (above). (Randolph 1980 p-585)

14720. John Fitz-Randolph, born 1420; died March 5, 1474/75. He was the son of 29440. Ralph Fitz-Randolph. He married 14721. Joan Conyers. 14721. Joan Conyers, died Aft. June 22, 1485. She was the daughter of 29442. Christopher Conyers Knight and 29443. Ellen Rolleston.

Child of John Fitz-Randolph and Joan Conyers is: 7360 i. John Fitz-Randolph, born 1460; died 1514.

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Information Source: 1. Correspondence with Charles Craw Jr.

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John FITZRANDOLPH377 was born in 1420 in Tyorkshire, England. He died on 5 Mar 1474/75 in Tyorkshire, England. Parents: Ralph FITZRANDOLPH and ELIZABETH.

Spouse: Joan CONYER. John FITZRANDOLPH and Joan CONYER were married. Children were: John FITZRANDOLPH.

Spouse: Joan CONYERS. John FITZRANDOLPH and Joan CONYERS were married.

John FITZRANDOLPH was born in 1455 in Spennithorne, England. He died before 1514 in Yorks, England. Parents: John FITZRANDOLPH and Joan CONYER.

Edith (unknown)

 Christopher Fitz Randolph

John Fitz Randolph Birth 1460 39-40 Death 1514 (Age 52-54)


Ralph Fitz Randolph Lord of Spennithorne Birth 1444 23-24

Christopher FITZRANDOLPH.

Spouse: EDITH. Children were: Christopher FITZRANDOLPH.

John FITZRANDOLPH was born in 1516. Parents: Christopher FITZRANDOLPH and Jane Joane LANGTON.

John FITZRANDOLPH was born on 2 Jan 1652. Parents: Edward FITZRANDOLPH and Eliazabeth BLOSSOM.

John FITZRANDOLPH was born on 7 Oct 1653 in Barnstable Barnstable Mass. He died on 19 Jun 1727 in New Jersey. Married Sarah Bonham Oct 1,1681 Parents: Edward FITZRANDOLPH and Eliazabeth BLOSSOM.

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  • Fitz Randolph Traditions: A Story of a Thousand Years (1907)
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/fitzrandolphtra00randgoog#page/n153/mode/1up
  • CHAPTER IX
  • Review of Line of Descent from Rolf the Norseman to Edward the Pilgrim
  • Here, then, once more the writer pauses to recapitulate his ascertainments and conclusions. To the following ancestral story - here given in merest outlne - any American Fitz Randolph, who has been at the trouble of tracing his lineage back to Edward the Pilgrim, may, we believe, safely and reasonably link his line.
  • (1) ROLF - The norseman Conqueror. Born about A.D. 860. Died A.D. 932. Married Gisela, daughter of King Charles of France.
  • (2) WILLIAM, "Longsword" - Duke of Normandy. Died about 943.
  • (3) RICHARD, "The Fearless" - Duke of Normandy. Reigned more than half a century. Died A.D. 996.
  • (4) RICHARD, "The Good" - Duke of Normandy. Died A.D. 1026.
  • (5) RICHARD - Duke of Normandy. Whose wife was Judith. He died A.D. 1028. [He was father of Robert "The Magnificent," whose son was William "The Conqueror," and he was brother of Avicia, who married Geoffrey, Duke of Brittany.]
  • (6) GEOFFREY, AVICIA.
  • (7) EUDO - Duke of Brittany. Married Agnes, daughter of Alan, and died in 1079.
  • (8) RIBALD - Lord of Middleham. [Brother to Alan Rufus, Duke of Richmond, and to Stephen and to Bardolf.] Married Beatrix, and spent his last days in retirement at St. Mary's Abbey, York.
  • (9) RANDOLPH - Lord of Middleham. Married Agatha, daughter of the first Robert of Bruce.
  • (10) ROBERT FITZ RANDOLPH - Lord of Middleham. Who built the Castle of Middleham and married Helewisa de Glanville.
  • (11) RANDOLPH FITZ RANDOLPH - Lord of Middleham. Married Mary, daughter of Roger Bigot, Duke of Norfolk.
  • (12) RANDOLPH FITZ RANDOLPH - Lord of Middleham. Who married Anastasia, daughter of William, Lord Percy.
  • (13) MARY FITZ RANDOLPH. Daughter of Randolph and Anastasia, a rich, religious and benevolent woman who married Robert de Neville. She died A.D. 1320, having survived her husband 49 years.
  • (14) RANDOLPH DE NEVILLE - Lord of Middleham. Whose second wife was Margaret, daughter of Marmaduke Thweng. Died 1332.
  • (15) RANDOLPH DE NEVILLE - Lord of Middleham. Who married Alicia, daughter of Hugo de Audley. Died 1358.
  • (16) JOHN DE NEVILL - Lord of Middleham. Who married Matilda Percy.* Died 1389.
  • (17) RANDOLPH DE NEVILLE - Lord of Middleham and first Earl of Westmorland. Whose first wife was Margaret (daughter of Hugo), Lady Stafford - descended from Edward I - and whose second wife was Joan of Beaufort, daughter of John of Gaunt and granddaughter of Edward III. He died in 1435. By his second wife his posterity runs into and adown the English royal line. See page 36. We now follow the posterity of the Earl of Westmoreland by his first wife, Lady Stafford.
  • (18) JOHN (the children of whose brother Randolph were all daughters) married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Holland, Earl of Canterbury. He died two years before his father, in 1433.
  • (19) JOHN, heir presumptive f to the dukedom of Westmoreland. Was hero of the battle of Towton, in the year 1461, and bravely lost his life there on the Lancastrian side. He had married Anna, the widow of John de Neville.
  • (20) RANDOLPH - Duke of Westmoreland. (Son of John and Anna) married Margaret, daughter of Booth de Barton of Lancaster.
  • (21) RANDOLPH, Heir presumptive. Died during his father's lifetime; married Edith, daughter of the Earl of Sandwich.
  • (22) RANDOLPH - Duke of Westmoreland. (Son of Randolph and Edith), married Catherine, daughter of Edward, Duke of Buckingham.* Died 1524.
  • (23) RANDOLPH - fifth son of Randolph and Catherine. The first son being Henry, whose son Charles was the last in the line of these dukes of Westmoreland, and the other sons being Thomas, Edward, Christopher and Cuthbert. Died probably about 1565.
  • (24) CHRISTOPHER FITZ RANDOLPH (son of Randolph, fifth son of Duke of Westmoreland). Married Joan, daughter and heiress of Cuthbert Langton of Langton Hall. Died 1588.
  • (25) EDWARD FITZ RANDOLPH of Langton Hall. With whom was found and in whom was confirmed by the "Visitation" of 1614 the Fitz Randolph Arms substantially as borne by the Lords of Middleham and by the Spennithorne branch of Fitz Randolph. Died probably about 1635.
  • (26) EDWARD FITZ RANDOLPH - Pilgrim. Married May 10, 1637, at Scituate, Mass., to Elizabeth Blossom, daughter of Thomas and Anne Blossom. Moved to Piscataway, N. J., 1669. Died 1675.

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http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=shannon50&id=I07198

ID: I07198 Name: John "Lord of Spennithorne" Fitz Randolph 1 Sex: M Birth: 1420 in England Death: 5 MAR 1474

Father: Ralph "Lord of Spennithorne" FitzRandolph b: 1389

Marriage 1 Joan Conyers b: ABT 1440 Children Has Children John FitzRandolph b: 1460 in England

Sources: Title: http://www.public.asu.edu/~bgertz/family/d0001/g0000057.html#I231 Text: John FITZ RANDOLPH Lord of Spennithorne 1420 - 5 Mar 1474/1475 BIRTH: 1420 DEATH: 5 Mar 1474/1475 Father: Ralph FITZ RANDOLPH Knight, Lord of Spennithorne

Family 1 : Joan CONYERS +John FITZ RANDOLPH Ralph FITZ RANDOLPH Lord of Spennithorne

Bill Gertz at gertz@asu.edu

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John Fitzrandolph, Lord Spennithorne's Timeline

1420
1420
Spennithorne, North Riding of Yorkshire, England
1444
1444
Age 24
1446
1446
Age 26
Probably Kirby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, England
1448
1448
Age 28
Spennithorne, Yorkshire, England
1455
1455
Age 35
Spennithorne, North Yorkshire, England
1457
1457
Age 37
1457
Age 37
Spennithorne, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
1475
March 5, 1475
Age 55
Spennithorne, North Riding of Yorkshire, England
1990
February 17, 1990
Age 55