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Richard de Cornwall, of Thunnock

Also Known As: "Earl of Cornwall", "Richard De Cornwall of Thunnock"
Birthplace: Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England
Death: Died in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England
Cause of death: Slain by an arrow at the siege of Berwick
Place of Burial: Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall and Jeanne Valletort, (Mistress)
Husband of Joan St. Owen
Father of Richard de Cornwall; Edmund de Cornwall; Joan de Cornwall and Geoffrey de Cornwall
Half brother of Walter de Cornwall; Lawrence de Cornwall; John (Plantagenet) of Cornwall; Henry of Almaine; Nicholas of Cornwall and 4 others

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About Richard de Cornwall, of Thunnock

Richard de Cornwall of Thunnock

As distinct from Richard Plantagenet of Cornwall who died young

Richard de Cornwall (-after 1280). Earl Richard had one illegitimate son by Mistress (1). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. He was granted the manor of Thunnock, Lincolnshire in 1280 by Edmund Earl of Cornwall. See Earls of Cornwall 1227-1300 at MedLands.

From Medlands:

RICHARD de Cornwall, illegitimate son of RICHARD Earl of Cornwall & his mistress Jeanne de Valletort (-after 1280). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. He was granted the manor of Thunnock, Lincolnshire in 1280 by his half-brother Edmund Earl of Cornwall.

m JOAN St Owen, daughter of JOHN Lord St Owen & his wife ---.

Richard & his wife had three children:

1. GEOFFREY de Cornwall (-before Jun 1335). He was granted the manor of Ever, Buckinghamshire by his paternal uncle Edmund Earl of Cornwall. m (1309 or before) as her first husband, MARGARET de Mortimer, daughter and co-heiress of HUGH de Mortimer of Richard’s Castle, Herefordshire & his wife Matilda --- (14 Sep 1295-[Dec 1345]). She married secondly William de Evereys. Geoffrey & his wife had three children:

a) GEOFFREY de Cornwall . He granted the manor of Kingsnewton, Devonshire and lands in Northamptonshire to his nephew Geoffrey.

b) RICHARD de Cornwall . Baron of Burford. m ---. The name of Richard’s wife is not known. Richard & his wife had --- children:

i) children[268].

c) JOHN de Cornwall . m ---. According to the Complete Peerage, the wife of John was "niece of the Duke of Brittany"[269], although it is not certain which duke of Brittany is referred to. John & his wife had one child:

i) JOHN Cornwall (born at sea in St Michael's Mount Bay, Cornwall-Ampthill 10/11 Dec 1443, bur Ludgate, cemetery of the Black Friars). He fought in the French wars, at Agincourt in 1415 and at the siege of Rouen 1418. Created Baron of Fanhope, in Herefordshire, 17 Jul 1432, and Baron of Milbroke, in Bedfordshire, 30 Jan 1441/2. m firstly ([1396/20 Apr 1399]) as her second husband, PHILIPPA de Arundel, widow of RICHARD Sergeaux, daughter and co-heiress of EDMUND de Arundel & his wife Sibyl de Montagu (-13 Sep 1399). m secondly (before 12 Dec 1400) as her third husband, ELIZABETH of Lancaster, former wife firstly of JOHN Hastings Earl of Pembroke, widow secondly of JOHN Holand Duke of Exeter, daughter of JOHN of Gaunt Duke of Lancaster & his first wife Blanche of Lancaster (Burford, Shropshire before 21 Feb 1363-24 Nov 1425, bur Burford Church, Shropshire). John & his second wife had [two] children:

(a) CONSTANCE (after 1401-before 1429). [270]m as his first wife, JOHN d'Arundel, son of JOHN Earl of Arundel & his wife Eleanor Berkeley (Lytchett Mautravers, Dorset 14 Feb 1408-Beauvais 12 Jun 1435, bur Beauvais, Grey Friars, transferred 15 Feb 1436 to Arundel). He was summoned to parliament 12 Jul 1429, whereby he is held to have become Lord Arundel. He was recognised as Earl of Arundel in Nov 1433.

(b) [JOHN Cornwall (1404-killed in battle Meaux 1421). He was killed at the siege of Meaux. [see illegitimate child below]

John had two illegitimate children by unknown mistresses:

(c) JOHN Cornwall ([1403]-killed in battle Meaux Dec 1421). He was killed at the siege of Meaux.

(d) THOMAS Cornwall .

2. EDMUND de Cornwall of Kinlet . m ELIZABETH de Brampton, daughter and co-heiress of BRIEN de Brampton of Brampton Brian, Herefordshire & his wife --- ([1306/07]-). A writ after the death of "Beatrice late the wife of Peter Corbet of Caus", dated "30 Aug 21 Edw III", names "Thomas Corbet…from whom issued Peter, Alice the elder daughter and Emma the younger", that "from Emma issued one Walter" who "had issue one Brian…and from him issued Margaret his firstborn and Elizabeth the younger", that "Margaret is espoused to Robert de Harleys and…Elizabeth to Edmund de Cornubia", adding that "Elizabeth wife of the aforesaid Edmund aged 42 years" was one of the heirs[271]. Edmund & his wife had three children:

a) EDMUND de Cornwall of Kentwell, Suffolk . m ISABEL, daughter of ---. Edmund & his wife had one child:

i) JOHN de Cornwall .

b) BRIAN de Cornwall . m MATILDA, daughter of [JOHN Lestrange] Lord Strange of Blackmere & his wife [Ankaret Boteler of Wem, Shropshire]. Brian & his wife had [three or more] children:

i) JOHN de Cornwall of Kinlet (-1415). m --- Wastneys, daughter of JOHN Wastneys of Tixall, Staffordshire & his wife ---. John & his wife had three children:

(a) ELIZABETH . m ROGER Corbet of Morton Corbett, Shropshire, son of ---.

(b) MATILDA . m JOHN Wode, son of ---.

(c) ELIZABETH . m WILLIAM Lichfield, son of ---.

ii) others[272].

c) PETER de Cornwall (-10 Jul 1387). m --- Hanley, daughter of ROGER de Hanley & his wife ---. Peter & his wife had one child:

i) EDMUND de Cornwall . m ---. Edmund & his wife had one child:

(a) THOMAS Cornwall .

3. JOAN de Cornwall . m JOHN Howard, son of ---.



This Richard is not by second wife Sanchia. Plantagenet Ancestry, page 232; Weis; Ancestral Roots.

Plantagenet Ancestry Page 232 says his wife was Joan fitz Alan daughter of John fitz Alan of Clun and Oswestry, Shropshire and Maud le Boteler daughter of Thebaud le Boteler


  • Sir Richard of Cornwall (died 1296) was an illegitimate son of Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall (1209-1272) (the second son of King John (1199-1216)) by his mistress Joan de Valletort.
  • He was the second illegitimate son of Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall (1209-1272), the second son of King John (1199-1216).
  • His mother was Richard's mistress Joan, of unknown origins.[2] She married twice:
  • Firstly to Ralph de Valletort (d.1267),[3] feudal baron of Harberton,[4] Devon, and feudal baron of Trematon, Cornwall. He died before 1267 leaving a son who was a minor. As lady of the manor of Holne, Joan de Valletort, Sir Ralph’s widow, made a grant to Henry, Abbot of Buckfast Abbey, of her dower lands at Holne.[5] She left progeny Reginald de Valletort, who granted the manor of Trematon to Earl Richard.
  • Secondly to Alexander Okeston, of Okeston (alias Oxton), Devon,[6] who was granted by Sir Roger de Valletort, Joan's former brother-in-law, the manors of Modbury[7] and Bridford.[8] By Okeston she had progeny Sir James Okeston, who died without progeny, and Joan de Okeston, wife of Richard Champernowne of Clyst Champernowne.[9] Her son Sir Richard Champernowne inherited Bridforde and Modbury by command of King Edward II (1307-1327)[10] who in 1314[11] compelled Sir James Okeston to convey the former Valletort lands to his nephew Sir Richard Champernowne.[12] The Champernown family was thenceforth seated at Modbury.
  • Sir Richard of Cornwall received a grant from his half-brother Edmund, 2nd Earl of Cornwall (d.1300) in which he was called "brother".
  • He married Joan FitzAlan, daughter of John FitzAlan, 6th Earl of Arundel, and by her had three sons and a daughter, including:
    • Joan of Cornwall, wife of Sir John Howard, from whom the Howard family, Dukes of Norfolk, are descended.[13]
  • He adopted the arms of his father with difference a bordure engrailed. These arms were later used by the following families which claimed descent from him:
    • Cornewall Baronets, which family claimed descent from a younger branch of the de Cornewall family, Barons of Burford, lineally descended from Sir Richard of Cornwall (d.1296).[14]
    • Tregarthin family of Cornwall, with addition of a label. The arms on the monument in Branscombe Church in Devon to Joan Tregarthin (died 1583), wife of John Wadham (died 1578), quarter de Cornwall. The ancestry of Joan Tregarthin, was set out by Davies in his "Parochial History of Cornwall", concerning the parish of Goran, as follows:[15]
      • "At Tregarden lived John de Tregarthyn, temp Edward I, how long before I know not, after which his posterity in this place married with the great inheritrixes of Pever, Chamberlayne and Hendower, of Court, in Branell, by which last, by the Cornwalls of that place, they were lineally descended from Richard, Earl of Cornwall, King of the Romans, by his concubine Joan de Valletort, widow of Sir Alexander Oakeston".
  • He was slain by an arrow at the Siege of Berwick in 1296.
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  • Sir Richard Cornwall, Steward of Knaresborough1,2,3,4,5
  • M, #19550, b. circa 1255, d. 1296
  • Father Sir Richard, Earl of Cornwall, King of the Romans, Comte de Poitou6,7 b. 5 Jan 1209, d. 2 Apr 1272
  • Mother Joan de Vautort (Valletort)
  • Sir Richard Cornwall, Steward of Knaresborough was born circa 1255 at of Asthall, Oxfordshire, England; He was illegitimate.8 He married Joan FitzAlan, daughter of Sir John FitzAlan, Chief Butler of England and Maud de Boteler, circa 1279 at of Cornwall, England; They had 3 sons (Sir Edmund; Sir Geoffrey; & Richard) and 1 daughter (Joan, wife of Sir John Howard).8,3,4,5 Sir Richard Cornwall, Steward of Knaresborough died in 1296 at Siege of Berwick, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England.8,3,4 His estate was probated on 17 April 1297.3,4
  • Family Joan FitzAlan b. c 1267, d. a 10 Oct 1321
  • Children
    • Sir Edmund de Cornwall+4 b. c 1280, d. 22 Mar 1354
    • Joan de Cornwall+9,3,10,4,11 b. c 1285, d. a 25 Sep 1342
    • Sir Geoffrey de Cornwall+4 b. c 1285, d. c 1 Jun 1335
  • Citations
  • 1.[S6033] Unknown author, The Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants, by Gary Boyd Roberts, p. 317; Burke's Peerage, 1938, p. 1857.
  • 2.[S11588] Some Early English Pedigrees, by Vernon M. Norr, p. 50.
  • 3.[S6] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 574-575.
  • 4.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, p. 306-307.
  • 5.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, p. 597.
  • 6.[S6] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 566-567.
  • 7.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, p. 298-299.
  • 8.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 232.
  • 9.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 232-233.
  • 10.[S6] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: 2nd Edition, Vol. II, p. 265.
  • 11.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. III, p. 328.
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  • Richard de Cornwall1
  • M, #104582, d. 1296
  • Last Edited=1 May 2011
  • Richard de Cornwall was the son of Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall and Jeanne de Valletort.1 He died in 1296, killed in action.1
  • In 1283 he was granted by his half-brother 2nd Earl of Cornwall, the Manor of Thunnock, Lincolnshire.1 He fought in the Siege of Berwick in 1296.1
  • Children of Richard de Cornwall
    • 1.Sir Geoffrey de Cornwall+2 d. b Jun 1335
    • 2.Sir Edmund Cornwall1
  • Citations
  • 1.[S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1670. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
  • 2.[S37] Charles Mosley, Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
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  • Richard De Cornwall
  • Birth: 1252 Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England
  • Death: Mar. 30, 1296 Northumberland, England
  • Richard was the son of Richard de Cornwall and his second wife Sanchia of Provence. He was granted in 1283 by his brother Edmund of Cornwall, 2nd Earl of Cornwall, the Manor of Thunnock.
  • Richard married Joan Saint Owen in 1279 in Cornwall, Cornwall County, England.
  • Richard died during the Seige of Berwick, Northumberland County, England in 1296
  • Family links:
  • Parents:
  • Richard of Cornwall (1209 - 1272)
  • Sanchia of Provence (1225 - 1261)
  • Spouse:
  • Joan Saint Owen De Cornwall (1260 - 1300)*
  • Children:
    • Joan Cornwall (1285 - 1342)*
    • Geoffrey de Cornewall (1288 - 1335)*
  • Siblings:
  • John de Cornwall (1232 - 1233)**
  • Isabella de Cornwall (1233 - 1234)**
  • Henry de Almain (1235 - 1271)**
  • Nicholas de Cornwall (1240 - 1240)**
  • Richard De Cornwall (1252 - 1296)
  • *Calculated relationship
  • **Half-sibling
  • Burial: Hailes Abbey, Hailes, Tewkesbury Borough, Gloucestershire, England
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 82678764
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  • Elizabeth de Brampton Cornwall
  • Birth: Dec. 16, 1294 Herefordshire, England
  • Death: 1354 Kinlet, Shropshire, England
  • Daughter of Brian de Brampton and Eleanor de Hereford, granddaughter of Walter de Brampton and Joanna de Ewilley, Robert de Hereford and Joanna Lady.
  • Wife of Edmund de Cornwall, the son of Richard Plantagenet and Joan St Owen, mother of Brian de Cornwall who married Maude Le Strange.
  • Burial: Burford, St Mary's Churchyard, Burford, Shropshire Unitary Authority, Shropshire, England
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 56916399
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  • The Genealogical Magazine, Volume 6
  • Pg.528
  • .... We may pass them over, and proceed at once to the children of Richard by Joan, daughter of John, Lord St. Owen.
  • These were, first, Sir Edmund, of Kinlet, which manor he held jure uxoris, Elizabeth, daughter and coheiress of Sir Bryan de Brampton, of Brampton Bryan. He held also, under Edward, Prince of Wales, the manor of Asthall, Oxon, and of Aston, Hereford, under Roger de Mortimer, with Worthen and other manors in Salop. He died in 1355, leaving issue: (1) Sir Edmund, of Kentwell, Suffolk, whose wife, Isabella, was apparently a daughter or niece of Strabolgie, Earl of Athol, .... As this pair left no surviving issue, the estates of Worthen, Baughallor, etc., went to his brother Bryan, who was lving in 1354. He married Maude, daughter of Lord Strange of Blakemere, and by her had Sir John of Kinlet, who, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Wastneys, of Tixall, left at his decease, in 1415, three coheiresses—viz., .... etc.
  • The younger brother of Sir Edmund and of Bryan Cornewall was Peter, who, marrying a daughter of Roger Hanley, died in 1387, seised of the manor of Aston, with lands in Berrington. His son Lewis predeceased him, leaving Edmund, born in 1385 .... etc.


  • Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists who Came to America Before ... By Frederick Lewis Weis ....
  • Pg.249
  • 27. RICHARD, Earl of Cornwall, King of the Romans, 2nd son of JOHN (1-25), King of England, and ISABELLA OF ANGOULEME (117-27, 153-28), b. 5 Jan. 1209, d. 2 Apr. 1272, had, by Joan de Valletort, wid. of Alexander Okestson, dau. of Sir Reginald de Valletorn (or Vautort), at least one illeg. child,
  • 28. SIR RICHARD DE CORNWALL, d. 1272, lord of Thunnock, co. Lincoln; m. Joan, liv. 1319, par. uncertain. (NEHGR 119 (1965): 98. Gen. 3 (1897) 226 calls her dau. of John, Lord St. Owen).
  • 29. SIR EDMUND DE CORNWALL of Kinlet, eldest son, d. 22 Mar. 1354, knt. of the shire for London 1324; m. 1313/4, Elizabeth de Brampton, bapt. 12 Dec. 1295, d. aft. Mar. 1354, dau. & h. of Sir Brian de Brampton, d. 1294, lord of Kinlet, co. Salop, and Brompton Brian, co. Hereford.
  • 30. BRIAN DE CORNWALL, b. abt. 1326, of Kinlet, co. Salop. M.P. for Shropshire six times, 1369-1383, sheriff of Shropshire & Stafford, 1377, d. 1397; m. MAUD LE STRANGE (259-30), dau. of Fulk le Strange, b. abt. 1267, d. 1324. (Cecil G. Saville, The House of Cornwall (1908), pp. 65-68).
  • 31. ISABEL DE CORNWALL, dau. & h. of Kinlet, co. Salop; m., as 2nd wife, Sir John Blount, of Sodington, co. Worcester, d. 1423/4, son of Sir John Blount, d. 1357, by Isolda Montjoy, dau. of Sir Thomas Montjoy.
  • Pg.250
  • 32. SIR JOHN BLOUNT of Balterley, co. Staffs, dead 26 Oct. 1443, wid. surviving; m. Alice Delabere, dce 28 Oct. 1445, dau. of Kynard Delabere, d. abt. 1412, of Chilstone, co. Hereford, M.P., sheriff of Hereford, 1387, 1396, 1401, by his wife, Katherine, widow of Sir John Pecche. .... etc.


  • 'Cornewall1'
  • Richard de Cornewall of Thunnock (b c1234, d Berwick 1272)
  • m. Joan de St. Owen (dau of John, "Lord St. Owen") named by BLG1952 as Joan, her father being given by BE1883
  • BLG1952 indicates that Edmund was the elder of Richard's 2 sons but BE1883 indicates that Geoffrey was.
    • 1. Sir Geoffrey de Cornewall of Ever, 1st of Burford (d before 06.1335)
    • BE1883 suggests that Geoffrey's father-in-law, Lord Hugh, was son of a Lord Wigmore. BLG1952 correctly cross-refers to the Mortimers of Richard's Castle.
    • m. (by 1309) Margaret Mortimer (dau/coheir of Hugh de Mortimer of Richard's Castle, 'Baron of Burford')
      • A. Geoffrey de Cornewall
      • B. Sir Richard de Cornwall, 2nd of Burford (b 1313, d 1343)
      • BE1883 follows the line of Richard's younger brother Sir John. BLG1952 identifies Sir Richard's wife as Joan. A site visitor (TPL, 06.11.08) advised us that some sources identify her as Sibil de Bodruggan whilst another site visitor (TW, 09.03.04) kindly identified her as ...
      • m. Sibella Bodrugan (dau of Otho Bodrugan)
        • i. Sir Geoffrey de Cornewall, 3rd of Burford (b 1335, d 1365)
        • BLG1952 identifies Sir Geoffrey's wife as Cecilia Seymour, TW naming her father John (Seymour). TPL referred to some recent work by John Reed (published by The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy) which suggests that there has been some confusion with the wives over the next few generations, starting with the view that the following Cecilia was probably not a Seymour.
        • m. Cecilia
          • a. Sir Bryan de Cornewall, 4th of Burford, Sheriff of Salop and Staffordshire (b 1355, dsp 1400)
          • m. Matilda
          • b. Richard de Cornewall, 5th of Burford (b 1360, d 1443)
          • BLG1952 identifies Richard's wife as Cecilia, dau of Sir John Merbury. TW suggested she was called Alice. TPL reported the view that she was ...
          • m. Cecily Seymour (probably dau of Roger Seymour by Cecily de Beauchamp)
            • (1) Edmund Cornewall (dvp 1435)
            • BLG1952 does not name Edmund's 1st wife but TPL reported the view that she was ...
            • m1. Alice Merbury (dau of John Merbury)
            • m2. Elizabeth de la Barre (dau of Thomas de la Barre)
              • (A) Thomas Cornewall, 6th of Burford, Sheriff of Salop (d 1473)
              • m. Elizabeth Lenthall (dau of Sir Roland Lenthall)
                • (i) Sir Edmund Cornewall, 7th of Burford (d 1489)
                • m. Maria Hoorde (dau of Thomas Hoorde, Attorney General)
                  • (a) Sir Thomas Cornewall, 8th of Burford (b 1468, d 1538) - continued below
                  • m. Anne Corbet (dau of Sir Richard Corbet)
                • (ii) Sir Rowland (or Richard) Cornewall of Berington
              • (B) Eleanor Cornewall probably of this generation
              • m1. Sir Hugh Mortimer of Kyre Wyard
              • m2. Sir Richard Croft of Croft Castle, Sheriff of Herefordshire (b c1431, d 29.07.1509)
            • (2) Cecilia Cornewall (d 1444) probably of this generation
            • m. John Statham of Morley
            • (3) Maud Cornewall possibly of this generation
            • m. John Walcot of Walcot
      • C. Sir John de Cornewall
      • m. _ (niece of the Duke of Brittany)
        • i. Sir John de Cornewall, Lord Fanhope, Lord Milbroke (d 10/11.12.1443)
        • m. (before 12.12.1400) Elizabeth Plantagenet (b by 21.02.1363, d 24.11.1425, dau of John Plantagenet 'of Gaunt', Duke of Lancaster)
        • partner(s) unknown
          • a.+ issue - John (b c1404, d Meaux 12.1421), Thomas
      • D. Ellen de Cornewall
      • m. Iorwerth of Dudleston
      • E. Elizabeth Cornewall shown by various web sites as of this generation
      • m. Sir William Champernowne of Clist (d 1353)
    • 2. Sir Edmond de Cornwall of Kinlet (d 22.03.1354)
    • m. Elizabeth de Brampton (dau of Sir Brien de Brampton of Brampton Brian)
      • A. Sir Edmond de Cornwall of Kentwell
      • m. Isabel
        • i. John de Cornewall (dsp)
      • B. Brian de Cornwall of Outragorther, Kinlet, etc (b c1326, d 1392)
      • m. Maud Strange (b c1333, dau of Lord Strange of Blackmere)
        • i. Sir John Cornwall of Kinlet (d c1415)
        • m. Elizabeth Wastneys (dau of Sir John Wastneys of Tixhall)
          • a. Elizabeth Cornwall
          • m. Roger Corbett of Morton Corbett
          • b. Matilda Cornwall
          • m. John Wode
          • c. Elizabeth Cornwall
          • m. Sir William Lichfield
        • ii. Isabella Cornwall
        • m. Sir John Blount of Sodington (d 1423)
      • C. Peter of Cornwall (d 13.07.1387/8)
      • m. _ Hanley (dau of Roger Hanley) parents or grandparents of ...
        • i. Edmond Cornewall
          • a. Thomas Cornewall
    • 3. Joan de Cornwall (b c1285, d 1341)
    • m. Sir John Howard of Wigenhall (d 1331)
  • Sir Thomas Cornewall, 8th of Burford (b 1468, d 1538) - continued above
  • m. Anne Corbet (dau of Sir Richard Corbet)
    • 1. Richard Cornewall, 9th of Burford (b 1493, d 1569)
    • m. Janet Wogan (dau of Henry (sb John?) Wogan)
      • A. Edmund Cornewall, 10th of Burford, Sheriff of Salop (b 1537, d unm 1585)
      • B. Thomas Cornewall, 11th of Burford (b 1538, d 1615)
      • m. Katherine Hartley (dau of John Hartley (Harley))
        • i. Sir Thomas Cornewall, 12th of Burford, Sheriff of Salop (b 1573, d 1638)
        • m. Anne Lyttleton (dau of Sir Gilbert Lyttleton)
          • a. Sir Gilbert Cornewall, 13th of Burford (b 1598, bur 05.10.1671)
          • m. Elizabeth Reade (bur 24.12.1671, dau of Sir Thomas Reade of Ipsden)
            • (1) Thomas Cornewall, 14th of Burford (bur 22.07.1686, Major)
            • m. Anne Reade (bur 15.03.1691, dau of Thomas Reade of Ipsden)
              • (A) Thomas Cornewall, 15th of Burford (b 1651, d 1724)
              • m. Katherine Read
                • (i) Francis Cornewall, 16th of Burford (b 1685, d 1727)
                • m. Mary Woodhouse (dau of James Woodhouse of Woodhouse)
                  • (a) Anna Maria Cornewall (d 07.07.1741)
                  • m. (1731) George Legh of High Legh (b 11.07.1703, d 26.01.1780)
            • (2) Mary Cornewall (d 26.04.1703)
            • m. (1650) Sir Compton Reade of Barton Court, 1st Bart (bpt 24.01.1625-6, d 29.09.1679)
          • b. Mary Cornewall
          • m. (08.09.1624) Thomas Reade of Ipsden and Appleford (bpt 22.02.1606-7, dvp bur 14.12.1634)
          • c. Katharine Cornewall possibly of this generation
          • m. John Barneby of The Hill (d 03.1639-40)
          • d. Margaret Cornewall (b c1613, d 11.11.1656) possibly of this generation
          • m1. Humphrey Hare of Brilley
          • m2. John Dansey (b c1612, dvp before 1636)
      • C. Anne Cornewall possibly of this generation
      • m. Francis Walshe of Sheldsley (d 19.07.1596)
    • 2.+ 3 daughters
  • Main source(s): BLG1952 (Legh of High Legh), BE1883 (Cornwall of Fanhope, etc)
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Richard de Cornwall, of Thunnock's Timeline

Wallingford, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom
Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England
Age 19
Burford, Shropshire, England
Age 28
Asthall Leigh, Oxfordshire, England
Age 34
Thunnock, Lancashire, England
Age 36
Herefordshire, England
Age 44
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England
Age 44
Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire, England