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Sir Dafydd Mathew MP (c.1392 - 1464)

See Peter Bartrum, (February 16, 2021; Anne Brannen, curator) An early example of the abandonment of "ap" and adoption of a stable surname. Date of birth has also been (erroneously?) reported to be...

1/23/2008 10/20/2017

Baron William Fitzmartin, son of Robert Fitzmartin and Alice de Nonant, was born in 1135 in Dartingham, Devonshire England. Also known as "William fitz Robert FitzMartin." "He held, as son of Robert ...

1/3/2008 8/27/2017

Robert fitz Martin (c. 1095?–c. 1159) was a Norman knight and first Lord of Cemais, Wales. [edit] Life Robert fitz Martin was born some time in the late 11th century to Geva de Burci, heiress of Se...

1/3/2008 8/27/2017

Martyn de Tours, Gen. and 1st Baron of Kemys MP (c.1030 - 1075)

"Martinus of Combe", "Kemys William", "Martin de Walis de Tours", "Robert FitzMartin"

NOTES: a. The earliest progenitor of this family is shown in the charter of his son, Robert, to the monks at Montacute, around 1121, wherein are given the names of Robert's parents, Martin and Geva...

1/3/2008 8/27/2017

5/21/2008 8/14/2017

Robert FitzStephen, de Marisco MP (c.1125 - c.1183)

Robert FitzStephen (died c.1183) was a Cambro-Norman soldier, one of the leaders of the Norman invasion of Ireland, for which he was granted extensive lands in Ireland. He was a son of the famous N...

7/28/2009 8/14/2017

Josce de Dinan MP (c.1116 - 1167)

"Josce", "Joyce", "Joscelin", "Goscelin", "Jozo", "Jazonis", "Joceas", "Josce De Dinan", "Joce de Dinan", "Josselin de Dinan", "Joce de Dynan;Jocelin de Dinan", "Joyce de Dinan", "Joceas de Dinan"

from Josce de Dinan (died 1166) was an Anglo-Norman nobleman who lived during and after the civil war between King Stephen of England and his cousin Matilda over the throne of England. He was a landh...

8/20/2008 8/12/2017

John de Courcy MP (c.1150 - 1219)

"de Curci"

John de Courcy, Conqueror of Ulster Son of WILLIAM, 6th Baron of Stoke Courcy, Royal Steward to HENRY II, who died in 1171 & his wife Avice de Copeland de Rumilly, Lady of Harewood. SIR JOHN DE C...

12/18/2009 8/11/2017

Maurice de Prendergast MP (1145 - 1205)

"awarded much land in cambro-norman invasion of ireland led by strongbow"

In 1166, Diarmait Mac Murchada (Dermot MacMurragh) was ousted as king of Leinster by a coalition led by the High King, Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair (Rory O'Connor), and the King of Breffny, Tigernán Ua Ruairc...

7/19/2007 8/11/2017

Maurice FitzGerald, Lord of Lanstephan MP (1100 - 1176)

"The Invader", "Maurice de Windsor", "Lord of Maynooth", "Naas", "and Llanstephan"

Please see Darrell Wolcott: Osbwrn Wyddel of Cors Gedol; . (Steven Ferry, August 30, 2020.) Name: Maurice FITZGERALD , Keeper of Dublin 1 2 3 Sex: M Birth: ABT 1100 in Castle Carew, Pembrokeshire, ...

5/2/2007 8/11/2017

Richard d'Avranches, 2nd Earl of Chester From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Richard d'Avranches, 2nd Earl of Chester (1094–25 November 1120), was the son of Hugh, 1st Earl of Chester and Ermen...

6/23/2008 6/22/2017

Family Links Spouses/Children: Idonea de Malpas John de St. Pierre+ Joan de St. Pierre+ Katherine St. Pierre+ Sir Urian de St. Pierre Knight Born: Abt 1220, St. Pierre, Monmouthshire, Wales Marriage:...

2/15/2008 6/5/2017

Hugh Malbank, 2nd Baron of Wich Malbank MP (c.1100 - 1135)

"Hugh Malbedenc / Hugh Malbedeng", "Hugh Malbanc"

NOTE: OFFICIAL NAME IS de MALBANK, NOT JUST MALBANK, BUT THE PEOPLE LOCKED THIS SO IT CAN'T BE CORRECTED!!! COMBERMERE ABBEY AND THE CISTERCIANS Christianity was spread in England by the activities o...

12/17/2007 6/4/2017

Jordan de la Warre, 2nd Lord de la Warre MP (c.1185 - c.1231)

"Jordan la Warr"

Jordan la Warre (1) M, #244912, d. between 23 August 1231 and 6 September 1231 Last Edited=17 Sep 2007 Jordan la Warre was the son of John la Warre. (1) He married Emma (?). (1) He died b...

12/11/2007 5/22/2017

Sir William Montagu, 1st Earl of Salisbury MP (c.1301 - 1344)

"1st Earl of Salisbury", "3rd Baron Montacute", "Knight of the Bath", "Knight Banneret"

William Montagu, 1st Earl of Salisbury From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Born 1301 Cassington, Oxfordshire Died 30 January 1344 Windsor, Berkshire Cause of death Injuries from a tourna...

7/25/2007 5/22/2017

Robert de Ros, Lord of Belvoir MP (c.1230 - bef.1285)

"Knight", "1st Baron de Ros", "Lord of Belvior"

Sir Robert de ROS (1223-1285) [Pedigree] Son of Sir William de ROS (1193-1264) and Lucy FITZPIERS (-1266) b. ABT 1223 r. Helmsley, York, Eng. r. Belvoir, Leicester, Eng. r. Hamlake, Trusbutt;...

6/6/2007 5/17/2017

Edmund Mortimer (1302–1331) Sir Edmund Mortimer (1302/1303 – 16 December 1331) was the eldest son of Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March and Joan de Geneville, 2nd Baroness Geneville. By his wife Eliza...

7/3/2007 3/22/2017

Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March MP (1287 - 1330)

"Roger Earl of March de Mortimer", "8th Baron of Wigmore", "3rd Baron Mortimer", "1st Earl of March", "" 1st Earl of March""

Roger de Mortimer , 8th Baron of Wigmore, 3rd Baron Mortimer and 1st Earl of March (born 1287? - died 29 November 1330, Tyburn, near London, England) lover of Isabella, the wife of Edward II of England...

5/2/2007 3/22/2017

Edmund de Mortimer, 2nd Baron Mortimer of Wigmore MP (1252 - c.1304)

"7th Lord /Mortimer of Wigmore/", "Lord Edmund /Mortimer/ I", "Edmund Mortimer Lord /Mortimer/ I", "E /De Mortimer/", "E /Mortimer/", "Edmund /Mortimer/", "Knight", "2nd Baron Mortimer", "Baron Wigmore"

Edmund Mortimer, 2nd Baron Wigmore (1251 – July 17, 1304) was the second son and eventual heir of Roger Mortimer, 1st Baron Wigmore. His mother was Maud de Braose. As a younger son, Edmund had been i...

6/10/2007 3/22/2017

Roger Mortimer, 1st Baron Mortimer MP (c.1231 - 1282)

"Slayer of Simon de Montfort", "6th Baron of Mortimer", "1st Baron Mortimer of Wigmore", ""slayer of Simon de Monfort"", "Baron"

Roger Mortimer b. 1231, d. 1282; 1st Baron Mortimer son of Ralph de Mortimer and Gwladys Ddu, daughter of Llewelyn ab Iorwerth Sir Roger married Maud de Braose about 1247. Maud was born about 1230 ...

5/22/2007 3/22/2017

Llewelyn Fawr ab Iorwerth, Prince of Gwynedd MP (c.1172 - 1240)

"Llywelyn Fawr", "Llywelyn the Great", "Llywelyn ab Iorwerth", "Prince of Wales", "Llewelyn Mawr", "The Great"

source: Llywelyn the Great born Llywelyn ap Iowerth Prince of Wales, Gwynedd, and Powys Wenwynwyn; Prince of Aberffraw and Lord of Snowdon 1218-1240; Last held by Rhys ap Gruffydd, Successor D...

4/14/2007 3/22/2017

Rodger de Mortimer, Lord Wigmore MP (c.1155 - bef.1214)

"Ralph /Mortimer/", "Roger /Mortemer/"

Roger Mortimer of Wigmore Roger de Mortimer (d. before 8 July 1214) was a medieval marcher lord, residing at Wigmore Castle in the English county of Herefordshire. He was the son of Hugh de Mortimer ...

7/29/2007 3/22/2017

Sir William Eure (c.1440 - 1484)

"Hoare/"

Sir William Eure, Sheriff of Yorkshire1,2,3,4 M, #34846, b. 18 February 1440, d. after 3 July 1497 Father Sir Ralph Eure2,4 b. c 1415, d. 9 Mar 1462 Mother Eleanor Greystoke2,4 Sir William Eure...

6/25/2007 3/8/2017

William de Londres MP (1070 - 1126)

Construction of Ogmore Castle might have started around 1106,[1] its foundation predating the Norman conquest.[3] In Caradoc of Llancarfan's The historie of Cambria, now called Wales: a part of the mos...

7/4/2008 3/6/2017

William Deincourt, 2nd Baron Deincourt MP (c.1300 - 1364)

"2nd Baron"

Disputed Origins “grandson and heir, being 2nd but 1st surviving son of John DEINCOURT, who was son and heir apparent of the last Lord, but died v.p.” The parentage of William Deincourt, 2nd Baro...

9/23/2007 3/5/2017

Thomas de Londres, Lord Kidwillyin MP (b. - bef.1223)

"Lord Kidwillyin"

Ancestry of Thomas de London, lord of Kidwelly Thomas de London, lord of Kidwelly in Carmarthenshire, Wales, (dead by 1221 per Weiss) married Eve and had Hawise de Londres who married Patrick de Chaw...

11/18/2007 3/5/2017

Simon de Londres MP (c.1120 - d.)

12/22/2008 3/5/2017

William de Londres MP (c.1160 - c.1206)

See Peter Bartrum, (January 22, 2020; Anne Brannen, curator)

11/18/2007 3/5/2017

Maurice de Londres MP (c.1160 - d.)

Biography Maurice de Londres was born ABT 1160 in Kidwelly, Carmanthenshire, Wales. He was the son of William de Londres. Mabel de Cantelou was born ABT 1167 in Aston Cantlow, Alcester, Warwicksh...

11/18/2007 3/5/2017

Sir Philip Burnell (1264 - 1294)

Birth Date 1265 or 1269 [probably 1265] Philip Burnell inherited the lands his enormously wealthy uncle had acquired, a whopping eighty-two manors in nineteen counties, but brilliantly managed to di...

5/8/2008 2/25/2017

John le Strange, Baron Strange of Knockyn MP (c.1253 - 1309)

"also of Royal Descent", "1st Baron Strange Of Knockyn"

John V Le Strange son of John IV le Strange and Joan de Somery Coat of Arms: FMG Medieval Lands database: JOHN [V] le Strange ([1252/53]-8 Aug 1309 or before).

9/12/2007 2/25/2017

Sir John de Haudlo, Sr. (c.1267 - 1346)

"Handlow", "Handloe", "Haudloe", "Hadlow", "John Haudlo"

'Sir John de Handlo, Sheriff of Oxfordshire, Constable of St. Briavels Castle1,2,3,4,5,6 'M, #24060, d. 5 August 1346 Father Sir Richard de Handlo4,5,6 ' Sir John de Handlo, Sheriff of Oxfordshir...

8/20/2008 2/25/2017

John le Strange, I MP (c.1132 - bef.1178)

John Le Strange I1 b. before 1136, d. 1178 John Le Strange I|b. b 1136\nd. 1178|p375.htm#i24537|Roald Le Strange|d. b 1158|p370.htm#i24570|Maud de Hunstanton|b. s 1116|p218.htm#i24571|||||||Ralph d...

6/10/2008 2/25/2017

John le Strange, II MP (c.1168 - c.1234)

From wikipedia ( ): Knockin Unitary authority Shropshire Ceremonial county Shropshire Region West Midlands Country England Knockin is a village and civil parish located on the B4396 in Shro...

6/22/2007 2/25/2017

John le Strange, III MP (c.1194 - 1269)

Some accounts say that he was born in Ness and Cheswardine, Shropshire. Alternately, it appears that his family was already in possession of Knockin Castle by the time he was born. From wikipedia ( )...

8/1/2007 2/25/2017

John le Strange, IV MP (c.1232 - 1276)

"Lord of /Knockyn/"

John le Strange IV Lord Strange of Knockyn Sex: M Birth: 1254 in of Chesawardine, Salop, England Death: ABT 26 FEB 1275/76 in River Severn _FA1: Lord Strange of Knockyn in Salop. Note: John le Strange,...

10/17/2007 2/25/2017

9/12/2007 2/25/2017

John VI le Strange, Baron Strange of Knockyn MP (c.1305 - 1349)

"4th Baron le Strange"

7/23/2007 2/25/2017

Roger le Strange of Knocking MP (c.1326 - 1382)

Source: Roger Lestrange, 5th Lord Strange (of Knokyn)1 M, #47264, b. circa 1327, d. 26 August 1381 Last Edited=6 Nov 2008 Roger Lestrange, 5th Lord Strange (of Knokyn) was born circa 1327. ...

5/27/2007 2/25/2017

Sir John le Strange, 7th Baron Knockin MP (c.1351 - 1397)

"7th Baron Strange Of Knockin Strange"

Reference: WikiTree Genealogy - SmartCopy : Feb 9 2017, 2:57:02 UTC page 301 of Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study In Colonial And Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ...

11/18/2007 2/25/2017

William Le Meschin FitzRanulf, Lord of Copeland MP (1072 - 1130)

"Guillaume", "fitzRanulph", "de Bayeux", "du Bessin", "de Meschines", "le Meschin"

William le Meschin, Lord of Copeland1 M, #107717 William le Meschin, Lord of Copeland||p10772.htm#i107717|Ranulf, Vicomte de Bayeux|b. c 1050\nd. Nov 1120|p4881.htm#i48804||||Ranulph, Comte de Baye...

11/13/2007 2/25/2017

Sir Ralph de Mortimer MP (1190 - 1246)

"Ranulf de Mortimer"

Please see Darrell Wolcott: The Shropshire Walcot Family - Chart X: Mortimer Family; . (Steven Ferry, May 6 , 2020.) Ralph de Mortimer - was born in 1190 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England and died o...

6/10/2007 2/25/2017

Roger de Mortimer, 2nd Earl of March MP (1328 - 1360)

"Roger Mortimer", "Roger Mortimer Earl of March II", "Earl Of March", "2nd Earl of March"

Roger Mortimer, 2nd Earl of March Sir Roger de Mortimer, 2nd Earl of March, 4th Baron Mortimer, KG (11 November 1328 – 26 February 1360) was an English nobleman and military commander during the Hund...

5/10/2007 2/25/2017

Edmund "The Good" de Mortimer, Sr., 3rd Earl of March MP (1351 - 1381)

"The Good", "Earl Of March", "The good", "1st Earl of March", "3rd Earl of March", ""Edmund The Good""

Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March Edmund de Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March and jure uxoris Earl of Ulster (1 February 1352 – 27 December 1381) was son of Roger Mortimer, 2nd Earl of March, by his wife ...

3/11/2007 2/25/2017

Yorkist In May 1501, his father died and Walter succeeded him as the 9th Baron Ferrers of Chartley. On 7 December 1509 he had special livery, although still under age, without proof of age or payment...

12/27/2007 12/27/2016

Osbert de Longchamp MP (c.1155 - bef.1208)

Osbert de Longchamp or Osbert de Longo Campo (c. 1155 – before 1208) was an Anglo-Norman administrator. He was born in Wilton Castle, near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, the son of Hugh de Longchamp. On...

8/3/2013 12/4/2016

Sir Hugh de Longchamp MP (1138 - 1195)

Hugh (d 1194), son of Hugh & Eve de Lacy. Married Emma St. Leger. Longchamp's sister, Richeut, married the castellan of Dover Castle.[3][7] A second sister, Melisend, came to England with Longchamp...

7/30/2007 12/4/2016

Sir Stephen Devereux MP (c.1179 - 1228)

"Lord Lyonshall"

(c. 1191 – 1228) was a powerful Marcher Lord, and held Lyonshall Castle controlling an important approach to the border of Wales. As a key member of William Marshall, 1st Earl of Pembroke retinue, he p...

1/21/2008 12/4/2016

Lord William Devereux MP (1219 - 1265)

"Lord of Lyonshall"

Marcher Lord, and held Lyonshall Castle controlling a strategically vital approach to the border of Wales. The castle’s significance was heightened by the rebellion of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, Prince of W...

10/27/2007 12/4/2016

William Mainwaring, I MP (c.1205 - bef.1286)

William Mesnilwaren, son of Roger, was a witness to his father's grant of Plumley to Chester Abbey in 1119, with his brother Randle, who was listed in William's place in the pedigree in Rylands' editio...

4/14/2009 9/27/2016

William Manwaring, II MP (c.1225 - aft.1289)

Did not marry Agnes de Arderne Sir Warren Mainwaring of Warmincham see Various web sites show Sir Warren Warin as wife of Agnes de Aderne rather than his cousin William. Agnes de Aderne dau of Sir Pe...

12/23/2012 9/27/2016

Sir John de Pembridge (deceased)

"Pembrugge"

7/17/2008 8/9/2016

Sir Piers Warburton, of Arley MP (c.1488 - 1550)

Occasion of knighthood is not on record. 1580 Visitations denotes him as "Sir"; revised-1613 publication does not. Warburton’s family had been established in Cheshire since at least the early 14th cent...

7/5/2008 5/11/2016

Randolph Mainwaring, of Carincham MP (c.1425 - c.1474)

"Randolph Mainwaring of Carincham", "Randall (Ralph) /Mainwaring/"

Randle (Died: 1488, Carincham, Cheshire, England about age 48) was the son of Randle Mainwaring and Margaret Savage. He married Margaret Davenport, daughter of Hugh Davenport Esquire Henbury and Joan...

8/17/2008 5/11/2016

Randle or Ralph Mainwaring, Jr., Esq. MP (c.1398 - 1456)

"aka Randle Mainwaring", "Esq."

Randle Mainwaring of Kirmincham was ancestor of the Mainwarings of Carringham and of Nantwich [Ashworth P. Burke, compiler, Family Records (reprint by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD, 1994: ...

5/26/2008 5/11/2016

Randle Mainwaring, of Over Peover MP (c.1363 - 1456)

"Honkyn", "Ranulphus Manwaring", "Randall"

Randle Mainwaring, of Over Peover Randle Mainwaring - was born about 1367 in Over-Peover, Cheshire, England Death: in 1456 and was buried in Peover. He was the son of William Mainwaring and Eliza...

9/22/2007 5/11/2016

William Mainwaring - was born in 1316 in Over-Peover, Cheshire, England and died in 1364 . He was the son of William Mainwaring and Mary Davenport. Son and heir. This William MANWARING was stiled W...

7/18/2007 5/11/2016

Sir William Mainwaring, Knt. MP (1286 - 1339)

William Mainwaring - died about 1338 . He was the son of Roger Mainwaring and Christian de Birtles. William married Mary Davenport in 1325. William - had issue 1. William Mainwaring was born in 1...

7/18/2007 5/11/2016

Roger Mainwaring MP (c.1263 - 1295)

 ----- Tenth Generation ----- 10.Roger Mainwaring - He is the son of William Mainwaring. Roger married Chrstian de Birtles. Le Mesnilwarin, son of William gave one third of Nether Tabley to Chest...

3/16/2009 5/11/2016

Sir Roger de Mainwaring, Sr. MP (c.1185 - 1230)

Roger Mesnilwarin, son of Randulfus, gave Plumley to Chester Abbey, England before 1119

4/14/2009 5/11/2016

Sir Rafe de Mainwaring, Justice of Chester MP MP (c.1155 - bef.1210)

"Ralph", "de Mesnilwarin"

Ralph Mainwaring, Seneschal of Chester1 b. 1155 Father Roger Mainwaring b. circa 1130 Mother Ellen (?) b. circa 1133 Also called Ralph de Mesnilwarin, Justice of Chester.2 Ralph Mainwaring, S...

5/15/2007 5/11/2016

Wynebald de Baalun MP (c.1058 - 1125)

"Baalun", "Baalan", "Balun", "Balodun", "Balon"

Wynebald de Ballon From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wynebald de Ballon is located in France. Location of Ballon in the ancient province of Maine Donjon de Ballon, "Gateway to Maine". The survi...

7/3/2008 5/8/2016

Hamelin de Ballon, 1st Baron Abergavenny MP (c.1060 - 1105)

"Baalun", "Baalan", "Balun", "Balodun", "Balon"

He was a son of Drogo (or Dru) de Ballon and was accompanied to England by his brothers, Wynebald de Ballon (or Winebald de Ballon), and Wynoc. "Three of the name, the sons of Drogo de Baladon, Hamel...

4/12/2008 5/8/2016

Richard Corbet, MP (c.1510 - 1566)

originally buried at Shawbury Church but tomb of Richard and wife moved to Church of St. Bartholomew at Moreton-Corbett. Sources: The family of Corbet; its life and times Vol. II by Sir Roland Jame...

2/5/2010 3/14/2016

John Hopwood MP (1482 - 1528)

Contemporary of Henry VII and Henry VIII Bosworth Field 1485 The Hopwoods were subject to Sir Ralph Assheton, Vice constable of England the new Lord of Middleton at this time. Sir Ralph executed Ri...

7/3/2014 3/12/2016

Sir Richard Corbet, of Caus Castle MP (c.1154 - c.1217)

Augusta Corbet's The Family of Corbet (Volume 2) (1914) is available online at . The Corbets were a Marcher family who succeeded to the borderlands of the Norman earldom of Shrewsbury after 1102. Nea...

4/11/2010 3/10/2016

William de Braose, 2nd Lord Braose MP (b. - bef.1326)

"Sir William de Brewes", "2nd Lord Brewes", "Lord Bramber & Gower"

William de Breuse (Braose), 2nd Lord Brewose son of Sir William de Breuse, 1st Lord Brewose, and Aline de Multon [Note: MedLands has changed its mind about this and now assigns all four children to M...

9/23/2007 2/15/2016

Sir William de Braose, Lord Buckingham & Bramber MP (c.1224 - 1291)

"Tadody", "Lord of Bramber & Marcher", "Lord of Gower", "2nd Lord Brewose", "The Ogre of Abergavenny", "4th Lord of Bramber", "Lord of Llandimor"

Sir WILLIAM de Breuse (-Findon 1290, bur Sele, Sussex). "William de Breous son and heir of John de Breus" was granted "a yearly fair at his manor of Horsham", dated 3 Aug 1233[1287]. "Domino Willilem...

7/21/2007 2/15/2016

William de Ros, 1st Lord de Ros of Helmsley was born circa 1255.1 He was the son of Sir Robert de Ros and Isabel d'Aubigny. He married Maud de Vaux, daughter of John de Vaux. He died from 12 May 1316 t...

7/1/2007 2/15/2016

Bartholomew Badlesmere (1275 – 14 April 1322), English nobleman, was the son and heir of Gunselm de Badlesmere (died 1301), and fought in the English army both in France and Scotland during the later y...

5/2/2007 2/15/2016

BURLEY, Sir SIMON (1336–1388), warrior and favourite, was born in 1336 (Nicolas, Scrope and Grosvernor, p. 206), of a Herefordshire family. His parentage is uncertain, but he appears to have been a you...

2/14/2016 2/14/2016

Sir John Burley, K.G. MP (b. - bef.1383)

Biography “Memorials of the Order of the Garter: From Its Foundation to the Present ...” By George Frederick Beltz. Page 243 - 259. GoogleBooks

3/14/2007 2/14/2016

Sir Richard Burley, K.G. MP (1337 - 1388)

No children. Served under the Black Prince and John of Gaunt. The following is from "Lives of the Speakers of the House of Commons", p. 89: Sir Simon's brother, John, was also a Knight of the Gar...

7/4/2008 2/14/2016

Sir Richard Pembrugge was one of the earliest Knights of the Garter. Sir Richard, c.1320-1375, who was at Crecy 1346 and Poitiers 1356, KG 1368. He acquired further possessions including Wadley, Berks,...

11/12/2013 2/14/2016

Laurence Marbury (c.1374 - aft.1412)

It appears Sir Laurence was very involved in the fighting against the rebellion of Owain Glendywr in Wales with his brother John. Owain Glyn Dwr (anglicised as Owen Glendower) led a Welsh revolt agains...

2/14/2016 2/14/2016

John Merbury, Chamberlain of South Wales MP (c.1387 - bef.1438)

"Marbury"

From the History of Parliament Online: John Merbury was a trusted Lancastrian retainer who, by means of long service to the Crown (mainly in South Wales) and two advantageous marriages, became one of...

5/10/2007 2/14/2016

Lord Robert de Clifford, 1st Baron Clifford & Marshall of England MP (1274 - 1314)

"Rober 1st Baron /Clifford/", "1st Baron de Clifford", "1st Lord of Skipton", "de clifford"

Robert de Cliffords' Coat of Arms reflect kinsmanship to John Warren, Earl of Surrey.Arms: Chequy or and azure, a fesse gules. Robert de Clifford, 1st Baron de Clifford, also 1st Lord of Skipton (c...

6/14/2007 9/15/2015

Burke's genealogical and heraldic history of the peerage, baronetage and ...Pg.841 Gerald Fitz Walter, constable of Pembroke Castle, temp. Henry I. (see Duke of Leinster), who m. Nesta, dau. of Rhy...

5/2/2007 8/17/2015

6/21/2015 8/17/2015

William de Malbank, 3rd Baron of Wich Malbank MP (c.1125 - 1176)

"de Maldebeng", "de Melbank"

'From his Wikipedia page: William Malbank (also William de Malbanc and William II de Malbank) (c. 1125 – 1176) [citation needed] was a Norman landowner who was the third Baron of Wich Malbank, now ...

12/17/2007 8/17/2015

Eustace de Whitney (1185 - 1222)

Families Directly Descended from All the Royal Families in Europe (495 to ... By Elizabeth M. Leach Rixford Pg.155 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

5/20/2008 8/17/2015

Warin de Vernon, 4th Baron of Shipbrook MP (c.1148 - 1190)

"Warren", "Warrin", "Waren"

there were several other brothers in this family, including a Hugh. It seems there was [also] an Uncle Warin of Westley. om about an 8th of the way down the page Notes: there were several other bro...

12/17/2007 8/17/2015

3. Hugh de Venables, baron of Kinderton in the time of Roger Abbot of Chester, 1240-1249.  Hugh married twice and his children are from his second wife. 2nd wife Agnes dau of Ranulph de Oxton. In addit...

12/8/2007 8/17/2015

Sir Roger de VENABLES Baron of Kinderton was born 1220 in Kinderton, Cheshire, England. He died 1261 in Kinderton, Cheshire, England. Married Roger married Alice de PENNINGTON about 1240 in Kinde...

11/18/2007 8/17/2015

Sir William de Venables, Baron of Kinderton MP (c.1235 - 1291)

"6th Baron of Kinderton"

Sir William de Venables, knight and baron of Kinderton son of Roger, mentioned 1267 and died 1292. 1st wife unknown.  They had a daughter Cecily who married Adam the clerk of Allehulme near Brereton....

2/16/2007 8/17/2015

Sir William Venables, of Bradwall MP (c.1257 - bef.1313)

"Sir WiIlliam of Bradwall", "de Venables"

Sir William de Venables, 2nd son, to whom his father gave all his lands in Bradwall between 1284 and 1287. He married first Agnes de Legh, dau and sole heiress of Richard de Legh of West Hall, High Leg...

2/16/2007 8/17/2015

John de Legh, of Norbury Booths MP (c.1282 - 1324)

"John Leigh", "Venables de Legh"

Additional Curator's Note THIS John Leigh is the founder of the Leigh of Booths line. According to which source you read, his surname may be spelled Leigh or Legh (by this time, his line was not usin...

2/16/2007 8/17/2015

Robert de Legh, of Adlington MP (c.1308 - 1370)

"Robert Leigh", "Robert of Adlington"

Robert de LEGH , of Adlington was born ABT 1307 in Knutsford Booths Hall, Bucklow, Cheshire, England, and died 1370 in Adlington, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England. He was the son of John de LEGH , of ...

11/18/2007 8/17/2015

Sir Piers de Legh, of Lyme MP (c.1320 - 1399)

Sir Piers de Legh of Lyme 'The house of Lyme from its foundation to the end of the eighteenth century (1917) ' The House of Lyme has its origin in the person of Peter or Piers — afterwards Si...

10/26/2008 8/17/2015

Sir William de Baguley, Knight MP (c.1285 - aft.1332)

"William de Baggiley", "William de Bagalay", "Ralph de Baguley", "Ralph de Bagaly"

Sir William de Baguley (Baggiley) Coat of Arms: Incorporate the Triple Crowns and Chevron of the de Corona family with the Azure Lozenges of the de Baguley family. _____________________________________...

3/31/2008 8/17/2015

Sir Thomas Danyers of Over Tabley MP (c.1325 - 1349)

"Thomas Daniers", "Sir Thomas Daniers of Bradley", "Daniers"

Sir Thomas Danyers Birth: 1327 - Cheadle, Cheshire, England Death: June 24 1349 - Bradley, Appleton, Cheshire, England Wife: Lady Isabel Bagylegh (Baggiley) Child: Margaret Danyers (D'Anyers)...

6/19/2008 8/17/2015

Sir John Savage II, of Clifton MP (c.1370 - 1450)

"Sir Knight", "Knighted by King Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt"

• Background Information. 718 Sir John Savage, of Clifton, Knight, was knighted at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415. He married Maude, daughter and heiress of Sir Robert Swynnerton, Knight of Barrow, Ch...

3/22/2007 8/17/2015

Sir John Savage III, of Clifton MP (c.1388 - c.1463)

Sir John Savage, Bailiff of the Forest of Macclesfield, Chamberlain of Middlewich1,2 M, #13933, b. between 1401 and 1410, d. 29 June 1463 Father Sir John Savage, Bailiff of the Forest of Macclesfie...

6/8/2007 8/17/2015

William FitzWilliam Fitzgerald MP (c.1134 - 1192)

Many web trees, and many sources, give several different possible mothers for William Fitzwilliam FitzGerald. Here, his mother is Marie de Montgomery, as explained in the Wikipedia article on Nest verc...

9/22/2008 8/17/2015

William Gerard, Lord of Kingsley MP (c.1190 - 1260)

"Lord of Moiety of /Kingsley/"

Burke's genealogical and heraldic history of the peerage, baronetage and ...Pg.841 Gerald Fitz Walter, constable of Pembroke Castle, temp. Henry I. (see Duke of Leinster), who m. Nesta, dau. of Rhy...

9/22/2008 8/17/2015

William Gerard, II, of Kingsley MP (c.1255 - c.1316)

William Gerard, II, of Kingsley== Birth: 1245 Kingsley, Cheshire West and Chester, England, United Kingdom Death: 1316 (71) Tattenhall, Cheshire West and Chester, England, United Kingdom Son ...

9/22/2008 8/17/2015

5/10/2009 8/17/2015

Ranulph Lord of Kingsley MP (c.1155 - 1218)

"Ralph de Kingsley"

5/10/2009 8/17/2015

William III de Braose, 4th Lord of Bramber MP (aft.1145 - 1211)

"de Briouze", "Briouse", "The Ogre of Abergavenny", "Lord of Briouze", "7th Baron Abergavenny", "7th Baron of Abergavenny", "William de Briouze"

Please see Darrell Wolcott: The Children of Lord Rhys; . (Steven Ferry, September 15, 2020.) Please see Darrell Wolcott: Maredudd Gethin ap Lord Rhys; . (Steven Ferry, September 17, 2020.) --------...

4/14/2007 6/23/2015

Family Links Spouses/Children: John de Draycote Philip de Draycote+ Hugh de Draycote Founded: Cobemere Abbey Marriage: Unknown Died: Bef 1184, Draycote-in-le-Moors, Cheadle, Staffordshire, England Afte...

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