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Heinrich I "Ohneland", Markgraf von Brandenburg1,2

b. 1260, d. 14 February 1318
Heinrich I "Ohneland", Markgraf von Brandenburg|b. 1260\nd. 14 Feb 1318|p412.htm#i29082|Johann I, Markgraf von Brandenburg|b. bt 1208 - 1213\nd. bt 1266 - 1267|p399.htm#i29084|Jutta of Saxony|b. s 1235\nd. 23 Dec 1287|p404.htm#i29233|Albrecht I., Markgraf von Brandenburg|b. c 1174\nd. 25 Feb 1220|p387.htm#i29000||||Albrecht, Duke of Saxony|b. s 1190\nd. 1260|p398.htm#i29178|Agnes von Thüringen|b. c 1204\nd. b 1247|p394.htm#i29234|
FatherJohann I, Markgraf von Brandenburg1 b. between 1208 and 1213, d. between 1266 and 1267
MotherJutta of Saxony1 b. say 1235, d. 23 December 1287
     Heinrich I "Ohneland", Markgraf von Brandenburg was born in 1260.1 He was the son of Johann I, Markgraf von Brandenburg and Jutta of Saxony.1 Heinrich I "Ohneland", Markgraf von Brandenburg married Agnes of Bavaria, daughter of Ludwig II "der Strenge", Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Bayern and Mechthild von Habsburg, between 1298 and 1303.1 Heinrich I "Ohneland", Markgraf von Brandenburg died on 14 February 1318 at age 58 years.1

Family

Agnes of Bavaria b. between 1267 and 1277, d. 22 July 1345
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Ascania 1.
  2. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Wittelsbach 1 for the "Ohneland".
  3. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welfen 3.

Lord Clare Richard de Clare1

b. circa 1286, d. 7 June 1318
Lord Clare Richard de Clare|b. c 1286\nd. 7 Jun 1318|p412.htm#i18690|Thomas de Clare, Lord of Thomond|b. 1248\nd. 29 Aug 1287|p404.htm#i6853|Juliana fitz Maurice|b. s 1261\nd. 24 Sep 1300|p407.htm#i6854|Richard (de Clare), 5th Earl of Gloucester and Hertford|b. 4 Aug 1222\nd. 15 Jul 1262|p398.htm#i6847|Maud de Lacy|b. c 1223\nd. b 10 Mar 1288|p404.htm#i6848|Maurice f. M., Lord Justice of Ireland|b. s 1220\nd. 1286|p404.htm#i24297|Maud de Prendergast|b. 17 Mar 1242|p259.htm#i29487|
FatherThomas de Clare, Lord of Thomond1 b. 1248, d. 29 August 1287
MotherJuliana fitz Maurice1 b. say 1261, d. 24 September 1300
     Lord Clare Richard de Clare was brother and heir of Gilbert de Clare, 2nd son of Thomas son of Richard.1 He was born circa 1286. The 2nd son. He was the son of Thomas de Clare, Lord of Thomond and Juliana fitz Maurice.1 Lord Clare Richard de Clare was "æt." twenty-two in 1307/8 at 1 Edward II.1 He had livery of his brother's lands on 30 January 1307/8.2 Baron of Clare at Suffolk, England, in 1309.1 He was summoned to Parliament as a Baron, but never afterwards, by writ directed "Ricardo de Clare," whereby he is held to have become Lord Clare on 26 October 1309.1,3 Annals of Inisfallen 1311: "A.D. 1311 [...] Mac Con Mara and Aed Aradach [...] and others from the same territory were slain in battle [...] on the Thursday before Brénainn's Feast, and on the same day Domnall, son of Domnall(?) Ó Gráda, and many others were also slain. On the following Monday Lord Richard de Clare with an army of English and Irish burned the town of Tulach Uí Dedaid and ravaged a great part of Cenél Fermaic and Cenél Dúngaile, slaying [...] there. On Thursday of the following week Lord William de Burgo came with a large army to assist Donnchad Ó Briain, chief of Tuadmumu, against Lord Richard de Clare, whom they engaged in battle on the hill of Bun Raite. Lord Richard's army retreated in flight [...]; and eventually Lord Richard departed [...] [gap: original illegible] vixit ex [gap: original illegible] comes Ultonie dominus [gap: original illegible]na [gap: original illegible]dit [gap: original illegible] ex exercitu(?) sit, qui [gap: original illegible] comes Ultonie iude [gap: original illegible] nullus fuerat [gap: original illegible] tuu capto et [gap: original illegible] nullis ex exercitu [gap: original illegible]In vigilia beati [gap: original illegible] Lochlainn Riabach Ó Dea(daid) [gap: original illegible] Cenél Fermaic occisus [gap: original illegible] du subdiaconi cum fratre [gap: original illegible] Diarmaada. In principio ueris proximi [gap: original illegible] filii Donnchad Ó Dedaid in-[gap: original illegible] Ruad et Ruaidrí per filios [gap: original illegible] Dáuíd Ó Dedaid prodicione [gap: original illegible] t et isto die indito quia per ufil [gap: original illegible] ultimo nominatorum praefatus Lochlainn Ó Dedaid occisus est."4 Annals of Inisfallen 1311: "Great warfare in the same year between de Clare and Ó Briain and the Tuadmumu: Sir Richard de Clare and Diarmait, son of Donnchad Ó Briain, on the one side, were opposed by Donnchad Ó Briain and the Tuadmumu, along with William de Burgo and many of the Connachta and of the foreigners of Mide. The latter came to Bun Raite on Ascension Thursday [May 20]. about a week or a fortnight after Mac Con Mara had been slain, and gave battle in ring formation to Sir Richard de Clare and to Sir Maurice Ricebard along with a few of the foreigners of Desmumu and a few of the Gaedil. And although more of these last were slain, they were victorious, and Sir William de Burgo and about twelve or thirteen nobles of those northern foreigners were taken prisoner by them. And Sir John de Croke, de Burgo's standard-bearer, and certain others on that side were also slain. But most of them fell in the place where Diarmait Ó Briain caught up with them, i.e. from Cuinche to Luchat."5 Annals of Inisfallen 1312: "Item. In the same year Lochlainn Mac Con Mara was taken prisoner by Lord Richard de Clare at Bun Raite."6 Annals of Inisfallen 1314: "Item. Lord Richard de Clare went to England, and immediately afterwards Muirchertach Ó Briain began warfare against Donnchad Ó Briain. He assembled a mighty army, including Lord William de Burgo, Lord Thomas Butler, and their forces, and they entered Tuadmumu, and committed many evil deeds principally in Cenél Dúngaile, for there they burned buildings, laid waste crops, killed countless cows, and forced their way into churches. Donnchad Ó Briain together with his brother Brian, and Muirchertach, son of Donnchad, was then driven from the territory to Bun Raite, and Muirchertach, son of Tairdelbach Ó Briain, took the hostages of Tuadmumu in his stead and burned much of Bun Raite. And a bare fortnight afterwards Donnchad gathered unto him the followers of Richard de Clare, and with the aid of the son of Thomas, and his own brother, and Lord Maurice Rocheford they entered Bun Raite; and Donnchad Ó Briain (himself) took a great prey from the enemy beyond Clár, where some were slain, some captured, and many despoiled. Subsequently the same Donnchad together with the English came through the whole of Tuadmumu and took hostages; and Muirchertach Ó Briain with his following, including people and their chattels, made their way to Echtge. But Lord Maurice Rocheford and Donnchad Ó Briain with his kinsmen and a very large host followed them, and on that occasion Clann Chuiléin was utterly ruined, for buildings and all crops were left in flames, and the church of Tulach was damaged and despoiled of many valuables by some wicked camp-followers. On the morrow they pursued Muirchertach to Echtge, but he and the Clann Chuiléin and the sept of Flaithbertach Finn Ó Dedaid abandoned the territory and entered Connachta."7 Annals of Inisfallen 1318: "On the sixth of the Ides of May Lord Richard de Clare is slain in Tuadmumu with four knights and many others by Muirchertach Ó Briain. And in the following autumn a mighty force is collected and marched into Tuadmumu by Lord Maurice, son of Thomas, Diarmait Mac Carthaig, Brian son of Domnall Ó Briain, and by Mathgamain, son of Domnall Connachtach Ó Briain; and this Mathgamain's son, who was formerly a subdeacon in the Order of the Friars Minor and afterwards apostate, is slain there."8 He died on 7 June 1318 at Dysert, County Westmeath, Ireland. He was slain in battle.1,9

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 121.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:246.
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:246-247.
  4. [S496] Ed. & trans. Seán Mac Airt, AI, AI1311.15.
  5. [S496] Ed. & trans. Seán Mac Airt, AI, AI1311.4.
  6. [S496] Ed. & trans. Seán Mac Airt, AI, AI1312.5.
  7. [S496] Ed. & trans. Seán Mac Airt, AI, AI1314.3.
  8. [S496] Ed. & trans. Seán Mac Airt, AI, AI1318.3.
  9. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:247.

John de Argentein1

b. between 1268 and 1272, d. before 20 October 1318
     John de Argentein was born between 1268 and 1272.1 He married Joan Brian in 1302; His 1st. p.1 John de Argentein married Agnes de Bereford, daughter of William de Bereford, before April 1317; His 2nd. Her 1st. p.1 John de Argentein died before 20 October 1318.1

Family 1

Joan Brian

Family 2

Agnes de Bereford b. circa 1300, d. July 1375

Citations

  1. [S69] Notes on Medieval Genealogy, online http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/index.html, Outline of the history of the Argentein family: 14th and 15th centuries.

Sir John de Coggeshall

b. circa 1277, d. 1319
Sir John de Coggeshall|b. c 1277\nd. 1319|p412.htm#i851|John de Coggeshall|b. c 1252\nd. 1302|p407.htm#i856||||Sir Ralph de Coggeshall of Codham Hall|b. c 1227|p7.htm#i863|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1232|p162.htm#i18168|||||||
FatherJohn de Coggeshall b. circa 1252, d. 1302
     Sir John de Coggeshall was born circa 1277 at Rowley, Essex, England. He was the son of John de Coggeshall. Sir John de Coggeshall married Sara le Brun, daughter of Sir Jordan le Brun, before 1302.1 Sir John de Coggeshall was living in 1302 at 30 Edward I.1 He died in 1319.1

Family

Sara le Brun b. circa 1282
Child

Citations

  1. [S606] Coggeshalls, online http://coggeshall.net/eng.htm

Nicholas, 1st Lord Audley1

b. 11 November 1289, d. 1319
Nicholas, 1st Lord Audley|b. 11 Nov 1289\nd. 1319|p412.htm#i7875|Nicholas de Aldithley|b. b 1258\nd. 28 Aug 1299|p407.htm#i8255|Catherine Giffard|b. c 1267\nd. a 1322|p412.htm#i8256|James de Aldithley, Justiciar of Ireland|b. c 1220\nd. c 11 Jun 1272|p401.htm#i6843|Ela Longespée|b. 1228\nd. b 22 Nov 1299|p407.htm#i6844|John, Lord Giffard of Brimsfield|b. 19 Jan 1241\nd. 29 May 1299|p407.htm#i8257|Maud de Clifford|b. c 1234\nd. a Dec 1282|p403.htm#i8258|
FatherNicholas de Aldithley2 b. before 1258, d. 28 August 1299
MotherCatherine Giffard b. circa 1267, d. after 1322
     Nicholas, 1st Lord Audley was second son and eventual representative of Nicholas de Aldithely, who was son of James de Aldithley, one of the Lords-Marcher, and an active adherent of Henry III in his contests with the Barons, whose father, Henry de Aldithley, built the castle of Heleigh, and founded Hulton Abbey in 1223.3 Arms: Gules, a fret, or.4 He was born on 11 November 1289 at Heleigh Castle, Staffordshire, England.3,5 He was the son of Nicholas de Aldithley and Catherine Giffard.2 Nicholas, 1st Lord Audley married Joan Martin, daughter of William, 1st Lord Martin and Eleanor FitzPiers, in 1312; Her 2nd (widow).2,6,7 1st Baron Audley between 1313 and 1319.2 Nicholas, 1st Lord Audley was a Feudal Lord summoned to Parliament as Lord Audley between 8 January 1313 and 25 August 1318.2 He died in 1319 at age 29 years.2

Family

Joan Martin b. 1290?, d. 1319
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 122-32.
  2. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 136 - Audley.
  3. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 136 - Audley - for place.
  4. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 17.
  5. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, I:339.
  6. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 359.
  7. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VIII:538.
  8. [S235] Paternal Ancestry of H. B. James, online, I Copyright (c) Homer Beers James 1996 - In web form by P. McBride (mailto:e-mail address).

Joan Martin

b. 1290?, d. 1319
Joan Martin|b. 1290?\nd. 1319|p412.htm#i7876|William, 1st Lord Martin|b. c 1257\nd. b 8 Oct 1324|p413.htm#i7877|Eleanor FitzPiers|b. 1263?|p62.htm#i7878|Nicholas Martin|b. c 1236\nd. c 1260|p397.htm#i23667|Maud de Brian|b. 1240?\nd. 1279|p402.htm#i14729|Reynold fitz Piers, Lord of Blaen Llynfi|b. c 1210?\nd. c 5 May 1286|p404.htm#i7879|Lady of Chewton Joan de Vivonia|b. 1251\nd. 1 Jun 1314|p411.htm#i8254|
FatherWilliam, 1st Lord Martin1 b. circa 1257, d. before 8 October 1324
MotherEleanor FitzPiers1 b. 1263?
     Joan Martin was sister and co-heir of William, Lord Martin (by writ, 1295).2 She was born in 1290?. She was the daughter of William, 1st Lord Martin and Eleanor FitzPiers.1 Joan Martin married Henry de Lacy, 3rd Earl of Lincoln, son of Edmund de Lacy, 8th Earl of Lincoln and Alasia del Vasto; Her 1st. His 2nd.2,1,3 Joan Martin married Nicholas, 1st Lord Audley, son of Nicholas de Aldithley and Catherine Giffard, in 1312; Her 2nd (widow).2,1,3 Joan Martin died in 1319 at age 29 years.4

Family 1

Henry de Lacy, 3rd Earl of Lincoln b. 1250?, d. 1311

Family 2

Nicholas, 1st Lord Audley b. 11 November 1289, d. 1319
Child

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 359.
  2. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 136 - Audley.
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VIII:538.
  4. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Einion ab Owain, 99.

William, Lord Montagu1

b. circa 1273?, d. 1319
William, Lord Montagu|b. c 1273?\nd. 1319|p412.htm#i15019|Simon, Lord Montagu|b. c 1240?\nd. 26 Sep 1316|p411.htm#i19699|Hawise de St. Amand|b. c 1250?\nd. 1287|p404.htm#i26180|William de Montagu|b. c 1213?\nd. 23 Sep 1270|p400.htm#i19700|Berta (?)||p175.htm#i19701|Amauri de St. Amand|b. c 1235?\nd. 1285/86|p404.htm#i26181||||
FatherSimon, Lord Montagu b. circa 1240?, d. 26 September 1316
MotherHawise de St. Amand2 b. circa 1250?, d. 1287
     William, Lord Montagu was eldest son of Sir Simon de Montacute.3 He was born circa 1273?. He was the son of Simon, Lord Montagu and Hawise de St. Amand.2 William, Lord Montagu married Elizabeth de Montfort, daughter of Sir Piers de Montfort of Beaudesert and Maud de la Mare. Feast of the Swan: Edward I, king of England, knighted his son Edward II at Westminster Abbey. The prince served his vigil, was knighted in private by the king, and then himself knighted the other 260 men who were accorded the accolade at the same time. And "all given splendid robes (of purple satin, fine linen and robes sewn with the finest gold) and Westminster Abbey rang with the clamour of trumpets and shouts of joy." At the feast following, the king had two swans brought in, swearing ‘before God and the swans’ to ‘avenge the death John Comyn of Badenock and to fight the infidels in the Holy Land. On 22 May 1306 at Westminster Abbey, London, England. William, Lord Montagu was knighted by the Prince of Wales (the future Edward II) with some 260 other young noblemen and "all given splendid robes and Westminster Abbey rang with the clamour of trumpets and shouts of joy" on 22 May 1306 at Westminster Abbey, London, England.3 He obtained the royal charter for free warren at his manor of Aston Clinton in 1307/8 at 2 Edward II, Buckinghamshire, England.3 He obtained the royal charter for free warren of Saxlingham, in the County of Norfolk, Knolle in the County of Somerset, and Woneford in the County of Devon after 1308.3 He obtained from the King a special license to make a Castle of his house at Kersington at Oxfordshire, England.3 He served in several expeditions into Scotland, both before and after his father's death, in the reigns of Edward I and II.3 He had summons to parliament between 1317 and 1319 at 11-12 Edward III.3 He was summoned to Parliament in November 1317.4 He was appointed Seneschal of the duchy of Aquitaine before 1318 at France.3 He was appointed Seneschal of Gascony in 1318.3 He died in 1319.2 William, Lord Montagu was buried in St. Frideswide (now Christ Church Oxon), Oxford, England.2

Family

Elizabeth de Montfort d. 1354
Children

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of William de Courcy, 93.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:82.
  3. [S732] Montague Millenium, online http://www.montaguemillennium.com/montgb.htm
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  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX, appendix E, pg. 32.

Sir Alexander Stewart of Bonkyll1

d. 1319
Sir Alexander Stewart of Bonkyll|d. 1319|p412.htm#i27822|Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll|d. 1298|p407.htm#i21531|Margaret de Bonkyll||p193.htm#i21532|Lord Alexander Stewart|d. 1283|p403.htm#i24353|Jean MacRory||p215.htm#i24354|Sir Alexander de Bonkyll||p193.htm#i21533||||
FatherSir John Stewart of Bonkyll1 d. 1298
MotherMargaret de Bonkyll1
     Sir Alexander Stewart of Bonkyll was the son of Sir John Stewart of Bonkyll and Margaret de Bonkyll.1 Sir Alexander Stewart of Bonkyll died in 1319.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 511.
  2. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 1872.

Bertoldo, Signore di Penna, Pitigliano, Nettuno, Vicovaro, Cantalupo, Roccagiovine1

d. after 1319
Bertoldo, Signore di Penna, Pitigliano, Nettuno, Vicovaro, Cantalupo, Roccagiovine|d. a 1319|p412.htm#i28605|Gentile, Signore di Mugnano, Penna, Nettuno e Pitigliano e Nobile Romano|d. a 15 Nov 1246|p394.htm#i28607||||Matteo R. “. G., Signore di Vicovaro, Licenza, Bardella, Cantalupo|d. a 4 Oct 1246|p394.htm#i28609||||||||||
FatherGentile, Signore di Mugnano, Penna, Nettuno e Pitigliano e Nobile Romano1 d. after 15 November 1246
     Bertoldo, Signore di Penna, Pitigliano, Nettuno, Vicovaro, Cantalupo, Roccagiovine was the son of Gentile, Signore di Mugnano, Penna, Nettuno e Pitigliano e Nobile Romano.1 Podestà di Viterbo, 1259.1 Podestà di Lucca, 1262.1 Podestà di Orvieto, 1277.1 Signore di Poggio d’Oglio, 1278.1 Governatore di Spoleto.1 Signore di Penna, Pitigliano, Nettuno, Vicovaro, Cantalupo, Roccagiovine etc. e Nobile Romano, Conte di Romagna, Vicario Regio di Roma, circa 1289.1 Bertoldo, Signore di Penna, Pitigliano, Nettuno, Vicovaro, Cantalupo, Roccagiovine died after 1319.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1401] GdDI, online www.sardimpex.com\index.htm, Orsini Antichi.

William, Baron Dacre1

b. 1265, d. 1318/19
William, Baron Dacre|b. 1265\nd. 1318/19|p412.htm#i26354|Ranulph de Dacre, Sheriff of Cumberland|b. c 1235?\nd. 1285/86|p404.htm#i26356|Joane de Luci|b. c 1245?|p229.htm#i26357|William Dacre of Dacre, Sheriff of Cumberland|b. c 1205?\nd. 1257/58|p397.htm#i26358||||||||||
FatherRanulph de Dacre, Sheriff of Cumberland1 b. circa 1235?, d. 1285/86
MotherJoane de Luci1 b. circa 1245?
     William, Baron Dacre was born in 1265.1 He was the son of Ranulph de Dacre, Sheriff of Cumberland and Joane de Luci.1 William, Baron Dacre married Joane (?).1 William, Baron Dacre obtained a charter for free warrent of all his demesne lands at Dacre circa 1303/4 at Cumberland, England.1 He obtained a charter for free warrent of all his demesne lands at Halton circa 1303/4 at Lancashire, England.1 He was in the expedition made 32nd Edward I into Scotland in 1303/4.1 He had license to encastellate his mansion at Dunwalloght circa 1308 at Cumberland, England.1 He was engaged in the wars in Scotland between 1308 and 1311.1 He died in 1318/19 at age 54 years.1

Family

Joane (?) b. circa 1270?
Child

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 152.

Louis, comte d' Évreux1

b. 1276, d. 19 May 1319
Louis, comte d' Évreux|b. 1276\nd. 19 May 1319|p412.htm#i16518|Philippe III "le Hardi", roi de France|b. 1 May 1245\nd. 5 Oct 1285|p404.htm#i4584|Marie de Brabant|b. 1256\nd. 12 Jan 1321|p412.htm#i7733|Louis IX "le Saint", roi de France|b. 25 Apr 1215\nd. 25 Aug 1270|p400.htm#i4585|Marguerite de Provence|b. 1221\nd. 21 Dec 1295|p406.htm#i5333|Henri I., duc de Lothier et de Brabant, comte de Louvain|b. c 1230\nd. 1261|p398.htm#i7734|Alix de Bourgogne|b. c 1235\nd. 1273|p401.htm#i7735|
FatherPhilippe III "le Hardi", roi de France1,2 b. 1 May 1245, d. 5 October 1285
MotherMarie de Brabant1,2 b. 1256, d. 12 January 1321
     Arms: France a bend gobony argent and gules.1 Louis, comte d' Évreux was born in 1276.1 He was the son of Philippe III "le Hardi", roi de France and Marie de Brabant.1,2 Louis, comte d' Évreux married héritière de Brie-Comte-Robert Marguerite d' Artois, daughter of Philippe d' Artois and Blanche de Bretagne, in 1300; 2nd cousins.1,2 Comte d' Évreux in 1316.1,2 Louis, comte d' Évreux died on 19 May 1319 at Paris, France, at age 43 years.1,2 He was ancestor of the House of Évreux (to 1425).1

Family

héritière de Brie-Comte-Robert Marguerite d' Artois b. 1285, d. 1311
Children

Citations

  1. [S434] French Royalty, online http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/
  2. [S861] Antoine de Nadaillac's, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/anosteo/
  3. [S651] Joy Law, Law, J., pg. 83.

Sir Robert de Nevill the "Peacock of the North"1

b. circa 1289, d. June 1319
Sir Robert de Nevill the "Peacock of the North"|b. c 1289\nd. Jun 1319|p412.htm#i17665|Randolph, 1st Lord Neville of Raby|b. 18 Oct 1262\nd. a 18 Apr 1331|p414.htm#i7041|Eupheme Clavering|b. c 1267\nd. 1329|p414.htm#i7042|Robert de Nevill|b. c 1240\nd. 1271|p400.htm#i7043|Mary FitzRandolph|b. c 1244\nd. 11 Apr 1320|p412.htm#i7044|Robert fitz Roger, 1st Lord Clavering|b. c 1247\nd. 29 Apr 1311|p410.htm#i6841|Margery la Zouche|b. c 1251|p56.htm#i6842|
FatherRandolph, 1st Lord Neville of Raby1 b. 18 October 1262, d. after 18 April 1331
MotherEupheme Clavering1 b. circa 1267, d. 1329
      Sir Robert de Nevill the "Peacock of the North" was born circa 1289. He was the son of Randolph, 1st Lord Neville of Raby and Eupheme Clavering.1 Sir Robert de Nevill the "Peacock of the North" had leave from the King, Edward I, with his youngest brother, John, as youths to take six bucks from the royal forest of Barnwood to celebrate their inception in the liberal arts at Oxford in June 1299.1 He was a witness where John de Nevill had leave from the King, Edward I, with his brother, the Peacock (Robert), as youths to take six bucks from the royal forest of Barnwood to celebrate their inception in the liberal arts at Oxford in June 1299.1 Sir Robert de Nevill the "Peacock of the North" married Ellen (?) circa 1314.1 Sir Robert de Nevill the "Peacock of the North" was a witness where Robert I "le Jovenne", King of Scotland defeated the English army led by Edward II on 24 June 1314 at the Battle of Bannockburn, five miles south of Stirling, Scotland.2,3 Sir Robert de Nevill the "Peacock of the North" was taken prisoner by the Scots on 24 June 1314 at the Battle of Bannockburn, five miles south of Stirling, Scotland.1 He was with his brothers slew Richard FitzMarmaduke in December 1318.1 He died in June 1319 at Berwick, Scotland. He was killed in single combat against "the Black Douglas" outside the walls of Berwick. d.v.p, s.p..1,4

Family

Ellen (?) b. circa 1294

Citations

  1. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 10-11 - Abergavenny.
  2. [S429] John Sweetman, Dictionary of European Battles, pg. 35.
  3. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, Kings of Scotland, pgs. lxx-lxxv.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, IX:498-499.

Rudolf I, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Oberbayern1

b. 4 October 1274, d. 12 August 1319
Rudolf I, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Oberbayern|b. 4 Oct 1274\nd. 12 Aug 1319|p412.htm#i28979|Ludwig II "der Strenge", Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Bayern|b. 13 Apr 1229\nd. 3 Feb 1294|p406.htm#i16350|Mechthild von Habsburg|b. c 1253\nd. 23 Dec 1304|p408.htm#i25143|Otto II "der Erlauchte", Herzog von Bayern|b. 7 Apr 1206\nd. 29 Nov 1253|p396.htm#i12644|Agnes bei Rhein, Pfalzgrafin|b. a 1201\nd. 16 Aug 1267|p399.htm#i28981|Rudolf I., Römischer König|b. 1 May 1218\nd. 15 Jul 1291|p405.htm#i25144|Gertrud von Hohenberg|b. c 1225\nd. 16 Feb 1281|p403.htm#i25871|
FatherLudwig II "der Strenge", Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Bayern1 b. 13 April 1229, d. 3 February 1294
MotherMechthild von Habsburg1 b. circa 1253, d. 23 December 1304
     Rudolf I, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Oberbayern was born on 4 October 1274 at Basel.1 He was the son of Ludwig II "der Strenge", Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Bayern and Mechthild von Habsburg.1 Rudolf I, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Oberbayern married Mechthild von Nassau on 1 September 1294 at Nürnberg.2 Rudolf I, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, Herzog von Oberbayern died on 12 August 1319 at age 44 years, 10 months and 8 days.1

Family

Mechthild von Nassau b. before 1280, d. 19 June 1323
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Wittelsbach 1.
  2. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Wittelsbach 2.

N. N. de Montagu

b. circa 1303, d. before 1320
N. N. de Montagu|b. c 1303\nd. b 1320|p412.htm#i19702|William, Lord Montagu|b. c 1273?\nd. 1319|p412.htm#i15019|Elizabeth de Montfort|d. 1354|p419.htm#i19657|Simon, Lord Montagu|b. c 1240?\nd. 26 Sep 1316|p411.htm#i19699|Hawise de St. Amand|b. c 1250?\nd. 1287|p404.htm#i26180|Sir Piers de Montfort of Beaudesert|b. c 1242?\nd. 4 Mar 1286/87|p404.htm#i19658|Maud de la Mare|b. bt 1245 - 1250|p175.htm#i19659|
FatherWilliam, Lord Montagu b. circa 1273?, d. 1319
MotherElizabeth de Montfort d. 1354
     N. N. de Montagu was born circa 1303. The eldest of four sons.1 He was the son of William, Lord Montagu and Elizabeth de Montfort. N. N. de Montagu died before 1320. He died in the lifetime of his father.1

Citations

  1. [S732] Montague Millenium, online http://www.montaguemillennium.com/montgb.htm
    .

Blanche de France1

b. 1253, d. 1320
Blanche de France|b. 1253\nd. 1320|p412.htm#i16509|Louis IX "le Saint", roi de France|b. 25 Apr 1215\nd. 25 Aug 1270|p400.htm#i4585|Marguerite de Provence|b. 1221\nd. 21 Dec 1295|p406.htm#i5333|Louis VIII "le Lion", roi de France|b. 5 Sep 1187\nd. 8 Nov 1226|p388.htm#i4586|Blanche Alfonsez de Castilla|b. 4 Mar 1188\nd. 27 Nov 1252|p396.htm#i5152|Ramón-Berenguer I., comte de Provence & de Forcalquier|b. 1198\nd. 19 Aug 1245|p394.htm#i4595|Beatrix de Savoie|b. bt 1198 - 1201\nd. Dec 1266|p399.htm#i5069|
FatherLouis IX "le Saint", roi de France1 b. 25 April 1215, d. 25 August 1270
MotherMarguerite de Provence1 b. 1221, d. 21 December 1295
     Blanche de France was born in 1253.1 She was the daughter of Louis IX "le Saint", roi de France and Marguerite de Provence.1 Blanche de France married Ferdinand Alfonsez de la Cerda, son of Alfonso X "el Sabio", rey de Castilla y León and Violante de Aragón, circa 1278.1 Blanche de France died in 1320 at age 67 years.1

Family

Ferdinand Alfonsez de la Cerda b. circa 1258

Citations

  1. [S434] French Royalty, online http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/

William de Braose1

b. circa 1288, d. 1320
William de Braose|b. c 1288\nd. 1320|p412.htm#i18660|William V, Lord Braose|b. c 1261\nd. 1326|p413.htm#i12137|Agnes (?)||p167.htm#i18652|William I. de Braose, Lord Bramber|b. 1220\nd. 6 Jan 1290/91|p405.htm#i12234|Aline de Multon|b. c 1245|p100.htm#i12138|||||||
FatherWilliam V, Lord Braose1 b. circa 1261, d. 1326
MotherAgnes (?)1
     William de Braose was born circa 1288. He was the son of William V, Lord Braose and Agnes (?).1 William de Braose was heir of his father, but died before him in 1320.1 He died in 1320.1

Citations

  1. [S642] Braose Family Web, online http://freespace.virgin.net/doug.thompson/BraoseWeb/

Alix de Beaumont1

b. circa 1266?, d. 1320
     Alix de Beaumont was born circa 1266?. She married Guillaume "Sans-Terre" de Dampierre, sire de Dendermonde and Crevecoeur, son of Gui de Dampierre, comte de Flandre and Mathilda de Béthune, in 1286.1 Alix de Beaumont died in 1320.1

Family

Guillaume "Sans-Terre" de Dampierre, sire de Dendermonde and Crevecoeur b. after 1249, d. 1311
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, flanders5.

Elise de Baux1,2

b. circa 1276?, d. 1320
Elise de Baux|b. c 1276?\nd. 1320|p412.htm#i28388|Raymond de Baux, seigneur de Puyricard|b. c 1242?\nd. 1320|p412.htm#i28598|Eustachie Etendard|b. s 1252|p253.htm#i28599|Bertrand de Baux, seigneur de Meyrargues et de Puyricard|b. c 1212?\nd. 1266|p399.htm#i28600||||||||||
FatherRaymond de Baux, seigneur de Puyricard1,2 b. circa 1242?, d. 1320
MotherEustachie Etendard1,2 b. say 1252
     Also called Alice de Baux.3 Elise de Baux was born circa 1276?. She was the daughter of Raymond de Baux, seigneur de Puyricard and Eustachie Etendard.1,2 Elise de Baux married Armengard de Sabran, Count d'Ariano, son of Elzearde de Sabran, seigneur d'Uzes and Cecile d'Agoult, in 1296.4,2 Elise de Baux died in 1320.3

Family

Armengard de Sabran, Count d'Ariano d. between 19 May 1310 and 27 July 1310
Child

Citations

  1. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, Baux.
  2. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Baux 3.
  3. [S1397] Marlyn Lewis, AEY, 253.
  4. [S1397] Marlyn Lewis, AEY, 252.

Raymond de Baux, seigneur de Puyricard1,2

b. circa 1242?, d. 1320
Raymond de Baux, seigneur de Puyricard|b. c 1242?\nd. 1320|p412.htm#i28598|Bertrand de Baux, seigneur de Meyrargues et de Puyricard|b. c 1212?\nd. 1266|p399.htm#i28600||||Raymond de Baux, vicomte de Marseille|b. c 1182?\nd. bt 1235 - 1237|p391.htm#i28594||||||||||
FatherBertrand de Baux, seigneur de Meyrargues et de Puyricard1 b. circa 1212?, d. 1266
     Raymond de Baux, seigneur de Puyricard was born circa 1242?. He was the son of Bertrand de Baux, seigneur de Meyrargues et de Puyricard.1 Raymond de Baux, seigneur de Puyricard married Eustachie Etendard in 1272.1,2 Sire of Puyricard at Provence, France.2 Raymond de Baux, seigneur de Puyricard died in 1320.1

Family

Eustachie Etendard b. say 1252
Child

Citations

  1. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, Baux.
  2. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Baux 3.

Irmgard of Baden1

b. say 1276, d. 8 February 1320
     Irmgard of Baden was born say 1276. She married Eberhard I "der Erlauchte", Graf von Württemberg, son of Ulrich I "mit dem Daumen", Graf von Württemberg and Agnes of Liegnitz, before 21 June 1296.1 Irmgard of Baden died on 8 February 1320.1

Family

Eberhard I "der Erlauchte", Graf von Württemberg d. 13 March 1265
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Wurttenberg 1.

Mary FitzRandolph

b. circa 1244, d. 11 April 1320
Mary FitzRandolph|b. c 1244\nd. 11 Apr 1320|p412.htm#i7044|Ralph fitz Randolph, Lord of Middleham|b. c 1218|p58.htm#i7045|Anastasia Percy|b. c 1216|p58.htm#i7046|Ralph fitz Robert, Lord of Middleham|b. c 1180|p57.htm#i6880|Mary Bigod|b. c 1184|p57.htm#i6881|William de Percy|b. c 1193\nd. 1245|p394.htm#i6677|Joan de Briwere|b. c 1190|p57.htm#i6883|
FatherRalph fitz Randolph, Lord of Middleham b. circa 1218
MotherAnastasia Percy b. circa 1216
     Mary FitzRandolph was eldest daughter and co-heiress of Ralf FitzRanulf, lord of Middleham.1 She was born circa 1244 at Middleham, Yorkshire, England.2 She was the daughter of Ralph fitz Randolph, Lord of Middleham and Anastasia Percy. Mary FitzRandolph married Robert de Nevill, son of Sir Robert de Nevill Knt. and Ida de Bertram, circa 1260 at Middleham, Yorkshire, England.2,1 Mary FitzRandolph died on 11 April 1320 at Coverham, Yorkshire, England.2

Family

Robert de Nevill b. circa 1240, d. 1271
Child

Citations

  1. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 10-11 - Abergavenny.
  2. [S245] LDS.

Roger, 1st Lord La Warre1

d. before 26 June 1320
Roger, 1st Lord La Warre|d. b 26 Jun 1320|p412.htm#i19813|John la Warre, Sheriff of Herefordshire|d. c 1277|p402.htm#i19673|Olimpia de Fokinton||p175.htm#i19674|Jordan la Warre, Lord of Bristolton|d. 1231|p390.htm#i19675|Emma (?)||p175.htm#i19676|Hugh de Fokinton||p175.htm#i19678|Margaret (?)||p175.htm#i19679|
FatherJohn la Warre, Sheriff of Herefordshire2 d. circa 1277
MotherOlimpia de Fokinton
     Roger, 1st Lord La Warre was the son of John la Warre, Sheriff of Herefordshire and Olimpia de Fokinton.2 Arms: Gules crusily and a lion rampant argent.3 Roger, 1st Lord La Warre married Clarice de Tregoz, daughter of John, Lord Tregoz, Ewyas Harold and Mabel FitzWarine.1,2 Parliament Summons by King Edward I on 8 June 1294.4 Roger was summoned to parliament by Edward I "Longshanks", King of England on 8 June 1294 as Lord Delawar.2,4 Roger, 1st Lord La Warre was received summons to Parliaments, as Baron, between 6 February 1298 and 16 June 1311.2 He died before 26 June 1320.2

Family

Clarice de Tregoz d. 1300/1
Children

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 537.
  2. [S735] Peter Townend, B:P, 103rd, pg. 688.
  3. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), HEa #157, pg. 96.
  4. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  5. [S1533] e-mail address (e-mail address), Re: Crusader ancestors (long) in "Re: Crusader ancestors (long)," newsgroup message 2004-01-19 08:07:00 PST.

Nicholas, Lord Segrave

b. circa 1274?, d. 1321
Nicholas, Lord Segrave|b. c 1274?\nd. 1321|p412.htm#i15235|Nicholas, 1st Lord Segrave|b. 1238\nd. bt Jul 1295 - 12 Nov 1295|p406.htm#i12150|Maud Lucy|b. c 1239|p100.htm#i12151|Gilbert, 3rd Baron Segrave|b. c 1208\nd. c 1254|p396.htm#i17578|Amabil de Chaucombe|b. c 1208?|p169.htm#i18798|||||||
FatherNicholas, 1st Lord Segrave1 b. 1238, d. between July 1295 and 12 November 1295
MotherMaud Lucy b. circa 1239
     Nicholas, Lord Segrave was born circa 1274?. He was the son of Nicholas, 1st Lord Segrave and Maud Lucy.1 Nicholas, Lord Segrave was summoned to Parliament on 24 June 1295.2,3 The forces of Edward I defeat a Scottish army under William Wallace. On 22 July 1298 at the Battle of Falkirk, Scotland.4 He took part in the Battle of Falkirk where the English defeated the Scots on 22 July 1298.5 Arms: Sable, a lion rampant argent crowned or, a label gules.5,6 He was a witness where Edward I "Longshanks", King of England called a Parliament and summoned his Barons in 1304.1 Nicholas was summoned to parliament by Edward I "Longshanks", King of England in 1304 as Lord Segrave.1 Lord Segrave at Barton Segrave, Northamptonshire, England, between 1304 and 1322.1,3 Nicholas, Lord Segrave was with the forces of Edward I at the capture of the castle of Stirling, a victory for the English, between 22 April 1304 and 20 July 1304 at the Siege of Castle Stirling.7 He died in 1321.8

Citations

  1. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  2. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 1913 - Barony of Segrave.
  3. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 484.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, II:128.
  5. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Falkirk Roll, Ha #11, pg. 407.
  6. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Stirling Roll, pg. 485, ST 7.
  7. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Stirling Roll, pg. 483.
  8. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Falkirk Roll, Ha 11, pg. 407.

Thomas de Clare1

b. circa 1310, d. 1320/21
Thomas de Clare|b. c 1310\nd. 1320/21|p412.htm#i18692|Lord Clare Richard de Clare|b. c 1286\nd. 7 Jun 1318|p412.htm#i18690||||Thomas de Clare, Lord of Thomond|b. 1248\nd. 29 Aug 1287|p404.htm#i6853|Juliana fitz Maurice|b. s 1261\nd. 24 Sep 1300|p407.htm#i6854|||||||
FatherLord Clare Richard de Clare1 b. circa 1286, d. 7 June 1318
     Thomas de Clare was born circa 1310. He was the son of Lord Clare Richard de Clare.1 Thomas de Clare died in 1320/21 at 14 Edward II. Died a minor, d.s.p.1

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 121.

Marie de Brabant1

b. 1256, d. 12 January 1321
Marie de Brabant|b. 1256\nd. 12 Jan 1321|p412.htm#i7733|Henri III, duc de Lothier et de Brabant, comte de Louvain|b. c 1230\nd. 1261|p398.htm#i7734|Alix de Bourgogne|b. c 1235\nd. 1273|p401.htm#i7735|Henri II "le Magnanime", duc de Brabant|b. 1207\nd. 1 Feb 1248|p395.htm#i5033|Maria von Schwaben|b. bt Mar 1196 - Apr 1196\nd. 1235|p391.htm#i5151|Hugues I., duc de Bourgogne|b. 9 Mar 1212\nd. 27 Oct 1272|p401.htm#i7736|Yolande de Dreux|b. 1212\nd. 30 Oct 1248|p395.htm#i7737|
FatherHenri III, duc de Lothier et de Brabant, comte de Louvain2 b. circa 1230, d. 1261
MotherAlix de Bourgogne b. circa 1235, d. 1273
     Also called Marie of Brabant.3 Marie de Brabant was born in 1256 at Louvain, Brabant.4 She was the daughter of Henri III, duc de Lothier et de Brabant, comte de Louvain and Alix de Bourgogne.2 A contract for the marriage of Marie de Brabant and Philippe III "le Hardi", roi de France was signed circa 1273. Marie de Brabant married Philippe III "le Hardi", roi de France, son of Louis IX "le Saint", roi de France and Marguerite de Provence, in 1274; Her 2nd. His 2nd. 4th cousins.4,3 Marie de Brabant died on 12 January 1321 at Murel at age 65 years.5,4,3

Family

Philippe III "le Hardi", roi de France b. 1 May 1245, d. 5 October 1285
Children

Citations

  1. [S1280] Patrick van Kerrebrouck, Capetiens 987-1328, pg. 145.
  2. [S270] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH II, pg. 776-777, genealogy table 20, the Last Capetians and the House of Valois.
  3. [S651] Joy Law, Law, J., pg. 65.
  4. [S434] French Royalty, online http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/
  5. [S245] LDS.
  6. [S861] Antoine de Nadaillac's, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/anosteo/

Beatrice d' Avesnes1

b. March 1256, d. 25 February 1321
Beatrice d' Avesnes|b. Mar 1256\nd. 25 Feb 1321|p412.htm#i24966|Baudouin d' Avesnes|b. 1219\nd. 10 Apr 1295|p406.htm#i24258|Felicite de Coucy|b. 1215?\nd. 1307|p409.htm#i24965|Bouchard d' Avesnes, comte de Hainaut|b. c 1180\nd. 1244|p393.htm#i7424|Margareta I., comtesse de Hainaut et Flandre|b. 2 Jun 1202\nd. 10 Feb 1280|p403.htm#i7425|seigneur de Vervin Thomas de Coucy I|b. 1185?|p247.htm#i27746|Mahaut de Retel||p247.htm#i27747|
FatherBaudouin d' Avesnes1 b. 1219, d. 10 April 1295
MotherFelicite de Coucy1 b. 1215?, d. 1307
     Beatrice d' Avesnes was born in March 1256.1 She was the daughter of Baudouin d' Avesnes and Felicite de Coucy.1 Beatrice d' Avesnes married comte de Luxembourg Henri IV d' Arlon, son of Henri III "le Blondel", comte de Luxembourg and Marguerite de Bar-sur-Seine, dame de Ligny, in 1261.1 Beatrice d' Avesnes died on 25 February 1321 at age 64 years and 11 months.1

Family

comte de Luxembourg Henri IV d' Arlon b. December 1240, d. 5 June 1288
Child

Citations

  1. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/

Branca Afonsa de Borgonha1

b. 25 February 1259, d. 17 April 1321
Branca Afonsa de Borgonha|b. 25 Feb 1259\nd. 17 Apr 1321|p412.htm#i16727|Afonso III "O Bolonhês", rei de Portugal|b. 5 May 1210\nd. 16 Feb 1279|p402.htm#i11151|rainha de Portugal Beatrice Alfonsez de Castilla y León|b. 1242\nd. 27 Oct 1303|p408.htm#i11152|Afonso I. "O Gordo", rei de Portugal|b. 12 Apr 1185\nd. 25 Mar 1223|p388.htm#i11212|Urraca A., rainha de Portugal|b. c 1190\nd. 3 Nov 1220|p387.htm#i11213|Alfonso X. "el Sabio", rey de Castilla y León|b. 23 Nov 1221\nd. 4 Apr 1284|p404.htm#i11130|Maria Guillén de Guzmán|b. c 1211\nd. 1262|p398.htm#i11153|
FatherAfonso III "O Bolonhês", rei de Portugal1 b. 5 May 1210, d. 16 February 1279
Motherrainha de Portugal Beatrice Alfonsez de Castilla y León1 b. 1242, d. 27 October 1303
     Branca Afonsa de Borgonha was born on 25 February 1259 at Guimarães.1 She was the daughter of Afonso III "O Bolonhês", rei de Portugal and rainha de Portugal Beatrice Alfonsez de Castilla y León.1 Branca Afonsa de Borgonha died on 17 April 1321 at Burgos, Spain, at age 62 years, 1 month and 23 days.1

Citations

  1. [S450] Joaquin Veríssimo Serrão História de Portugal, pg. 400.

Regent of Castile María Alfonsez de Molina1,2

b. after 1260, d. 1 July 1321
Regent of Castile María Alfonsez de Molina|b. a 1260\nd. 1 Jul 1321|p412.htm#i11129|Alfonso de Molina|b. c 1203\nd. 6 Jan 1272|p401.htm#i12139|Mayor de Meneses|b. a 1230\nd. 1265|p398.htm#i12140|Alfonso I. "el Barboro", rey de León|b. 15 Aug 1171\nd. 24 Sep 1230|p389.htm#i4591|Berengaria Alfonsez "the Great", reina de Castilla|b. 1181\nd. 8 Nov 1246|p394.htm#i5002|señor de Meneses Alfonso Tellez|b. c 1197\nd. 1252|p396.htm#i12143|Maria Yañez de Lima|b. c 1210?\nd. c 1242|p393.htm#i12144|
FatherAlfonso de Molina3,4 b. circa 1203, d. 6 January 1272
MotherMayor de Meneses3,4 b. after 1230, d. 1265
     Also called María de Molina.5 Regent of Castile María Alfonsez de Molina was born after 1260 at Molina, Guadalajara, Spain.1,3 She was the daughter of Alfonso de Molina and Mayor de Meneses.3,4 Regent of Castile María Alfonsez de Molina married Sancho IV "el Bravo", rey de Castilla y León, son of Alfonso X "el Sabio", rey de Castilla y León and Violante de Aragón, in July 1281 at Toledo, Spain; 1st cousins, 1x removed.1,3,4,6 Queen of Castile and León between July 1281 and 1295.4 Regent of Castile and León, for son between 1295 and 1305. Regent of Castile and León, for grandson between 1312 and 1321. Regent of Castile María Alfonsez de Molina died on 1 July 1321 at Valladolid, Spain.1,3 She died on 17 July 1321 at Valladolid.7,2 She was made of the very stuff of legend, this great woman soon entered the annals of Spanish history as one of its most popular heroines. Whatever the origin of the royal line for which she fought, she stood for social and political stability. But it was as the epitome of female perfection that she captured the imagination of the Spaniards in centuries to come.8

Family

Sancho IV "el Bravo", rey de Castilla y León b. 12 May 1258, d. 25 April 1295
Children

Citations

  1. [S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/
  2. [S660] Pas on Fernando II, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/brigitte/famous/f/…, 81.
  3. [S245] LDS.
  4. [S426] Francisco Antonio Doria, The Abdallah to Abunazar line in "Abdallah to English," newsgroup message 5 Apr 2000.
  5. [S1320] Henry Charles Lea History of the Inquisition, Vol 1, Book 1, Chap 1.
  6. [S660] Pas on Fernando II, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/brigitte/famous/f/…, 80-81.
  7. [S426] Francisco Antonio Doria, The Abdallah to Abunazar line in "Abdallah to English," newsgroup message 5 Apr 2000, says "1322".
  8. [S446] Melveena McKendrick, History of Spain, pg. 81.
  9. [S861] Antoine de Nadaillac's, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/anosteo/
  10. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., I:586.

Thomas II "the wise", 1st Lord Berkeley1,2,3

b. 1245, d. 23 July 1321
Thomas II "the wise", 1st Lord Berkeley|b. 1245\nd. 23 Jul 1321|p412.htm#i23351|Maurice II "the resolute", Lord of Berkeley|b. 1218\nd. 4 Apr 1281|p403.htm#i23354|Isabel FitzRoy|b. 1227?\nd. 7 Jul|p284.htm#i23355|Thomas I "the observer", Lord of Berkeley|b. c 1170\nd. 29 Nov 1243|p393.htm#i23361|Joane de Somery|b. 1197?|p207.htm#i23362|Richard fitz Roy|b. 1197?|p207.htm#i23356|Rohese of Dover|b. 1207?|p207.htm#i23357|
FatherMaurice II "the resolute", Lord of Berkeley1 b. 1218, d. 4 April 1281
MotherIsabel FitzRoy1 b. 1227?, d. 7 July
     Thomas II "the wise", 1st Lord Berkeley was second son, but first surviving, of Maurice de Berkeley and Isabel.1,2 He was the successor of Maurice II "the resolute", Lord of Berkeley; feudal Lord of Berkeley.2 Thomas II "the wise", 1st Lord Berkeley was born in 1245 at Berkeley, England.1,2 He was the son of Maurice II "the resolute", Lord of Berkeley and Isabel FitzRoy.1 2nd Baron's War - The Crown defeats Simon de Montfort's, Earl of Leicester's, forces, killing and beheading him. On 4 August 1265 at the Battle of Evesham, Worcestershire, England.4 Thomas II "the wise", 1st Lord Berkeley was at the Battle of Evesham when under age on 4 August 1265 at Wocestershire, England.2 He married Joan de Ferrers, daughter of William III, 5th Earl of Derby and Margaret de Quincy, in 1267.1,5 Thomas II "the wise", 1st Lord Berkeley was for nearly every year for the last 50 years of his life "employed either against the Welsh, the Scots, or the French" between 1271 and 1321.2 Feudal Lord of Berkeley at Gloucestershire, England, between 1283 and 23 July 1321.2 He was summoned to attend the King at Shrewbury by writ directed to "Thomas de Berkel" on 28 June 1283 at 11 Edward I.2 He was on the Commission to examine the claims to the Crown of Scotland in June 1292.5 He was summoned to Parliament by writ directed "Thome de Berkelegh" whereby he may be held have become Lord Berkeley on 24 June 1295 at 23 Edward I.2 He was on an Embassy to France in January 1296.5 Vice-Constable of England in 1297.6 The forces of Edward I defeat a Scottish army under William Wallace. On 22 July 1298 at the Battle of Falkirk, Scotland.5 He fought for King Edward I in the victory over the Scots led by William Wallace on 22 July 1298 at the Battle of Falkirk, Scotland.7,5 (an unknown value) in July 1300 at the Siege of Carlaverock.5 He was at the siege of Carlaverock in July 1300.5 He was one of the Barons who signed the celebrated letter to the Pope in 1301.5 He was on an Embassy to Pope Clement V in July 1307 at Rome, Italy.5 He was the predecessor of Maurice III "the magnanimous", 2nd Lord Berkeley; Lord Berkeley.8,5 Thomas II "the wise", 1st Lord Berkeley was taken prisoner at Bannockburn, for which he paid a large sum for his ransom, on 24 June 1314.5 He he continued to be so summoned to Parliament till shortly before his death on 15 May 1321 at 14 Edward II.2 He died on 23 July 1321 at Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England, at age 76 years. He died age about 76.1,5

Family

Joan de Ferrers b. circa 1247, d. 19 March 1309/10
Child

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 44.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, II:127.
  3. [S1359] Tim Powys-Lybbe (e-mail address), Re: longest living male line in England or SCotland in "Smyth's "Lives of the Berkeleys"," newsgroup message 2003-06-03 15:31:36 PST, p. 153: "Thomas the second", "And may be [sic] called Thomas the wise" (no capitals)..
  4. [S429] John Sweetman, Dictionary of European Battles, pg. 59.
  5. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, II:128.
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, II:127-128.
  7. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Falkirk Roll.
  8. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 122.

Henry del Ortiay, Lord Orty1

b. circa 1252, d. before 15 September 1321
Henry del Ortiay, Lord Orty|b. c 1252\nd. b 15 Sep 1321|p412.htm#i23404|Richard del Ortiay|b. 1224?|p214.htm#i24155|Maud de Moels|b. 1232?|p214.htm#i24156|Sir Henry del Ortiay|d. b 1 May 1242|p393.htm#i24162|Sabine Revel|d. bt Aug 1253 - 2 Apr 1254|p396.htm#i24163|Nicholas de Moels, Seneschal of Gascony|b. 1190?|p209.htm#i23577|Hawise de Newmarch|b. c 1200|p209.htm#i23578|
FatherRichard del Ortiay1 b. 1224?
MotherMaud de Moels1 b. 1232?
     Arms: Vert a pale or.2 Lord Urtiaco of Curry Rivell at Somersetshire, England.3 Also called Sir Henry de Urtiaco Knt..3 Henry del Ortiay, Lord Orty was born circa 1252.1 He was the son of Richard del Ortiay and Maud de Moels.1 Henry del Ortiay, Lord Orty was summoned for service against Wales in 1277.1 Summons writs - recorded "- merely -" on the Welsh Rolls and ignored by Dugdale. Includes 11 Earls and 99 others "who must, if the writs be good, be accounted as Barons." In 1283.4 He was summoned by writ directed "Henrico de Urtiaco" in 1283.5 He was summoned to the assembly at Shrewsbury in June 1283.1 He was again serving in Wales, with Roger LeStrange or Le Strange in July 1287.1 He was with Roger Le Strange, being then his knight, he was going overseas on King's business in September 1291.1 He was one of those who had urgent summons to a Council at Westminster in 1294.1 He was occupied with preparations for service in Gascony, again under the Earl of Lancaster, in 1294.1 He was summoned for service in Scotland in 1296 at and later years to 1310.1 He had summons to the assembly of peers and commons meeting at Salisbury on the 24 February on 26 January 1296/97.1 He was summoned for service in Flanders in 1297/98.1 Lord Orty between 1299 and 15 September 1321.1 He was summoned by writ directed "Henrico de Urtiaco," whereby he is held to have become Lord Orty (or Lorty) on 6 February 1298/99 at 27 Edward I.1 He married Sibyl (?).3,1 Henry del Ortiay, Lord Orty died before 15 September 1321.3,6

Family

Sibyl (?) d. between September 1337 and November 1337
Child

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, X:183.
  2. [S1216] C.B., L.L.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir John Bernard Burke, B:GA, pg. 623.
  3. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 261.34.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, I:xvii-xviii.
  5. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, I:xvii-xviii - so held to be a Baron.
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, X:183-184.

King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic1,2

b. circa 1253, d. 29 October 1321
King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic|b. c 1253\nd. 29 Oct 1321|p412.htm#i16609|King of Raska Stefan Urosh I Nemanjic|b. c 1212?\nd. 1280|p403.htm#i16610|Helen d' Anjou|b. c 1230\nd. 1314|p410.htm#i16830|Stefan I. P. Nemanjic, King of Raska|b. c 1176\nd. 1227|p389.htm#i12610|Anna Dàndolo|b. c 1184\nd. c 1264|p398.htm#i16831|||||||
FatherKing of Raska Stefan Urosh I Nemanjic b. circa 1212?, d. 1280
MotherHelen d' Anjou3 b. circa 1230, d. 1314
     King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic was the father of King of Raska Stefan Uros III Dechanski Nemanjic; the Son, heir and rebel to Milutin.4 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic married five times, with Hungarian, Bulgarian and Byzantine princesses.5 He was an apt diplomat much inclined to the use of a customary medieval diplomatic expedients - dynastic marriages.5 Also called King Stefan Uros II of Serbia. He was famous for building churches, some of which are the brightest examples of Medieval Serbian architecture: the Gracanica Monastery in Kosovo, the Cathedral in Hilandar Monastery on Mt. Athos, the St. Archangel Church in Jerusalem, and because of his endowments, proclaimed a saint, in spite of his tumultuous life.5 He was born circa 1253.3 He was the son of King of Raska Stefan Urosh I Nemanjic and Helen d' Anjou.3 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic married Helene Angelina, daughter of John Ducas Angelos, between 1273 and 1276; His 1st.3,6 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic was the successor of Kral Srpska Stefan II Dragutin Nemanjic; King of Raska.1,7 King of Raska at (Serbia), Balkan Peninsula, between 1282 and 1321.8,1,2 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic and Helene Angelina were divorced in 1283; Repudiated.3 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic married Ana of Bulgaria, daughter of George Terter of Bulgaria, in 1284; His 2nd.3 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic and Ana of Bulgaria were divorced in 1294; Repudiated.3 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic married Erzsébet, Hercegnõ Magyarország, daughter of István V, Király Magyarország and Erzsebet of the Kumans, circa 1295; His 3rd. Her 2nd.1,3 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic took Drac (Albania) in 1296 at Balkan Peninsula.7 He and Erzsébet, Hercegnõ Magyarország were divorced between 1298 and 1299; Repudiated.3 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic married Simonida Palaiologina, daughter of basileus Rhomaiôn Andronikos II Palaiologos and Erbin von Montferrat und Regentin von Thessalonich Jolanthe von Montferrat, in 1299; His 4th.3,6,7 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic was a witness where Kral Srpska Stefan II Dragutin Nemanjic resumed his dispute with his brother Milutin in 1301.7 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic resumed his dispute with his brother Dragutin in 1301.7 He sent 2,000 warriors to aid the Byzantines in their fight against the Turks in 1313.7 He successfully defended against the revolt of his son, who he blinded and sent to Constantinople, in 1314.7 He took substantial territory in Macedonia from Byzantium.2 He died on 29 October 1321 at Castle Nerodimlja, Kosovo.1,3,6 He was the predecessor of King of Raska Stefan Uros III Dechanski Nemanjic; King of Serbia.4,5,2 King of Raska Stefan Uros II Milutin Nemanjic was buried in Sophia.3

Family 1

Helene Angelina b. circa 1253

Family 2

Child

Family 3

Ana of Bulgaria b. circa 1264

Family 4

Erzsébet, Hercegnõ Magyarország b. 1255, d. between 1313 and 1326

Family 5

Simonida Palaiologina b. between 1292 and 1293, d. after 1336

Citations

  1. [S438] Theroff's Royal Genealogies, online http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/, arpad.txt 4/15/99.
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Nemanjic dynasty (Balkan hist.) .
  3. [S464] Theroff-Balkans, online This will be a series of pieces attempting to account for the genealogy of the medieval rulers of the Balkans. There are lots of uncertainties about these lines, since many records have not survived. Source materials for most things in the medieval Balkans are ususally not from contemporary writers, and the few contemporary sources existing are usually from Byzantine writers, not writers from the various states themselves. The tables I'm about to present are based on Europaeische Stammtafeln, but modified by some recent scholarship by John V. A. Fine in his two books, "The Early Medieval Balkans" and "The Late Medieval Balkans". - PT
    .
  4. [S940] History and Numismatics, online http://www.wegm.com/coins/index.htm, STEFAN UROS III DECANSKI.
  5. [S941] Serbia.com, online http://www.serbia-info.com/enc/index.html, Medieval Serbia, 7th-14th Century.
  6. [S940] History and Numismatics, online http://www.wegm.com/coins/index.htm, STEFAN UROS II MILUTIN .
  7. [S1176] Www Serbian Medieval History, online http://www.suc.org/culture/history/Serb_History/index.html, Timeline: The Balkan Power (1168-1321).
  8. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html

Ela Martel1

b. circa 1273, d. before 1322
Ela Martel|b. c 1273\nd. b 1322|p412.htm#i23334|Sir Roger Martel Knt.|d. 1280|p403.htm#i23406|Joan (?)||p207.htm#i23407|||||||||||||
FatherSir Roger Martel Knt.2 d. 1280
MotherJoan (?)2
     Ela Martel was elder daughter and co-heir of Sir Roger Martel by his wife Joan.2 She was born circa 1273 at England.1 She was the daughter of Sir Roger Martel Knt. and Joan (?).2 Ela Martel was age 7 in 1280.2 She married Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton, son of Reynold fitz Piers, Lord of Blaen Llynfi and Lady of Chewton Joan de Vivonia, before 1295.2 Ela Martel was living in 1306/7.2 She died before 1322 at England.2

Family

Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton b. circa 1274, d. 18 November 1322
Child

Citations

  1. [S1058] e-mail address (e-mail address), Re: Lurkers : William Marshal in "Re: Lurkers : William Marshal," newsgroup message 1998/12/03.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 261.33.

Thomas, 1st Baron Multon of Egremont

b. 1276, d. 1322
Thomas, 1st Baron Multon of Egremont|b. 1276\nd. 1322|p412.htm#i15056|Thomas de Multon of Egremont|b. 1225\nd. b 29 Apr 1294|p406.htm#i12236||||Lambert de Multon|b. c 1190\nd. 1247|p394.htm#i18136|Amabel de Lucie|b. b 1212|p126.htm#i14638|||||||
FatherThomas de Multon of Egremont1 b. 1225, d. before 29 April 1294
     Thomas, 1st Baron Multon of Egremont was born in 1276.2 He was the son of Thomas de Multon of Egremont.1 Thomas, 1st Baron Multon of Egremont married Eleanor de Burgh, daughter of Richard "the Red Earl" de Burgh, 2nd Earl of Ulster, in 1297.3 Thomas was summoned to parliament by Edward I "Longshanks", King of England on 26 January 1297 as Lord Multon of Egremont.4,5 Thomas, 1st Baron Multon of Egremont was summoned to parliaments between 26 January 1297 and 15 May 1320.4 Arms: Barry argent and gules.6 He died in 1322 at age 46 years.4

Family

Eleanor de Burgh b. circa 1273
Children

Citations

  1. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Duncan II, King of Scots, 127.
  2. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Duncan II, King of Scots, 128.
  3. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Diarmait O'Brien, 119.
  4. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 388.
  5. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  6. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Falkirk Roll, Ha #46, pg. 410.

Matteo I Visconti, signore di Milano1

d. 1322
Matteo I Visconti, signore di Milano|d. 1322|p412.htm#i16129|Tebaldo Visconti|d. 1276|p402.htm#i22839|Anastasia Pirovano||p202.htm#i22840|Obizzo Visconti||p202.htm#i22841||||||||||
FatherTebaldo Visconti1 d. 1276
MotherAnastasia Pirovano1
     Matteo I Visconti, signore di Milano was the son of Tebaldo Visconti and Anastasia Pirovano.1 Matteo I Visconti, signore di Milano married Bonacossa di Squarcino Borri.1 Captain of the People in 1287. Lord of Milan at Italy between 1291 and 1302.1 Lord of Milan at Italy between 1311 and 1322.2,1 Matteo I Visconti, signore di Milano died in 1322.3

Family

Bonacossa di Squarcino Borri
Children

Citations

  1. [S1016] . D-E Italiano, XII, pg. 802.
  2. [S261] Regnal Chronologies, online http://www.hostkingdom.net/regindex.html
  3. [S15] Brian Tompsett, Ged File.

Yolande de Dreux, comtesse de Montfort1

b. 1263, d. 1322
Yolande de Dreux, comtesse de Montfort|b. 1263\nd. 1322|p412.htm#i17943|Robert IV, comte de Dreux|b. c 1241?|p159.htm#i17942|Béatrice de Montfort|b. c 1249?\nd. 1312|p410.htm#i20938|Jean I., comte de Dreux et de Braine|b. c 1211?\nd. 1248|p395.htm#i26748|Marie de Bourbon|b. 1220\nd. 24 Aug 1274|p401.htm#i27588|Jean I., comte d'Montfort-l'Amaury|b. c 1222\nd. 1249|p395.htm#i21563|Jeanne, dame de Château-du-Loire|b. c 1227|p57.htm#i6879|
FatherRobert IV, comte de Dreux1,2 b. circa 1241?
MotherBéatrice de Montfort3 b. circa 1249?, d. 1312
     Yolande de Dreux, comtesse de Montfort was born in 1263.3 She was the daughter of Robert IV, comte de Dreux and Béatrice de Montfort.1,2,3 Yolande de Dreux, comtesse de Montfort married Alexander III "the Glorious", King of Scotland, son of Alexander II "the Peaceful", King of Scotland and Marie de Coucy, between 14 October 1285 and 1 November 1285 at Jedburgh; His 2nd (widower). Her 1st.1,2,4 Yolande de Dreux, comtesse de Montfort married Arthur II, duc de Bretagne, son of Jean II, duc de Bretagne and Princess Beatrice; His 2nd (widower). Her 2nd.4 Yolande de Dreux, comtesse de Montfort died in 1322 at age 59 years.3,4

Family 1

Alexander III "the Glorious", King of Scotland b. 4 September 1241, d. 19 March 1285/86

Family 2

Arthur II, duc de Bretagne b. 25 July 1262, d. 1312
Children

Citations

  1. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, Kings of Scotland, pgs. lxx-lxxv.
  2. [S592] Mike Ashley, Ashley, M., [FC68] pg. 408.
  3. [S861] Antoine de Nadaillac's, online http://perso.club-internet.fr/anosteo/
  4. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Montfort family (Fr. lords).
  5. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, duche de Bretagne.

Geoffrey, 1st Baron Say1

b. circa 1281?, d. 1322
Geoffrey, 1st Baron Say|b. c 1281?\nd. 1322|p412.htm#i23787|William de Saye|d. 1295|p406.htm#i23786||||William de Saye|b. 1190\nd. 1271/72|p401.htm#i17794|Mary (?)|b. c 1249|p169.htm#i18819|||||||
FatherWilliam de Saye2,1 d. 1295
     Geoffrey, 1st Baron Say was born circa 1281?. He was the son of William de Saye.2,1 Geoffrey, 1st Baron Say was fourteen years of age at this father's death in 1295.1 He married Idonea de Leyburne, daughter of William, 2nd Baron Leyburn.1 (1305/6) In the 34th Edward I, had livery of his lands upon doing homage.3 Geoffrey was summoned to parliament between 1313 and 1321 as.2 He died in 1322.2

Family

Idonea de Leyburne b. circa 1285?

Citations

  1. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 476.
  2. [S735] Peter Townend, B:P, 103rd, pg. 2171.
  3. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 476, says Edward III, but must be Edward I.

John, 1st Lord Marmion1

d. 1322
John, 1st Lord Marmion|d. 1322|p412.htm#i28324|William Marmion|d. b 1276|p402.htm#i28325||||Robert Marmion the younger|d. b 23 Oct 1242|p393.htm#i28327||||||||||
FatherWilliam Marmion2 d. before 1276
     John, 1st Lord Marmion was the son of William Marmion.2 Arms: Johan Marmioun: Argent, a fess gules.3 In the 4th Edward II, had license to make a castle of his house, called the Hermitage at Yorkshire, England.2 John was summoned to parliament between 26 July 1313 and 14 March 1322 as.2 John was summoned to parliament between 23 September 1313 and 2 May 1322 as Lord Marmion, by writs directed Johanni Marmyon.1 He died in 1322.2,3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VIII:520.
  2. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 356.
  3. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), LM:157.

Catherine Giffard

b. circa 1267, d. after 1322
Catherine Giffard|b. c 1267\nd. a 1322|p412.htm#i8256|John, Lord Giffard of Brimsfield|b. 19 Jan 1241\nd. 29 May 1299|p407.htm#i8257|Maud de Clifford|b. c 1234\nd. a Dec 1282|p403.htm#i8258|Sir Elias Giffard Knt.|b. c 1211?\nd. 1248|p395.htm#i18679|Alice Maltravers|b. a 1202|p207.htm#i23444|Walter, 3rd Lord Clifford|b. c 1164\nd. 1263/64|p398.htm#i8260|Margred verch Llewelyn|b. c 1207\nd. a 1263|p398.htm#i12239|
FatherJohn, Lord Giffard of Brimsfield1 b. 19 January 1241, d. 29 May 1299
MotherMaud de Clifford1 b. circa 1234, d. after December 1282
     Catherine Giffard was born circa 1267. She was the daughter of John, Lord Giffard of Brimsfield and Maud de Clifford.1 Catherine Giffard married Nicholas de Aldithley, son of James de Aldithley, Justiciar of Ireland and Ela Longespée, before 1287.1 Catherine Giffard died after 1322.

Family

Nicholas de Aldithley b. before 1258, d. 28 August 1299
Children

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, I:338.
  2. [S235] Paternal Ancestry of H. B. James, online, I Copyright (c) Homer Beers James 1996 - In web form by P. McBride (mailto:e-mail address).

Milicent de Berkeley1

b. circa 1300, d. after 1322
Milicent de Berkeley|b. c 1300\nd. a 1322|p412.htm#i23338|Maurice III "the magnanimous", 2nd Lord Berkeley|b. Apr 1281\nd. 31 May 1326|p413.htm#i18710|Eve la Zouche|b. 1282?\nd. 5 Dec 1314|p411.htm#i23349|Thomas II "the wise", 1st Lord Berkeley|b. 1245\nd. 23 Jul 1321|p412.htm#i23351|Joan de Ferrers|b. c 1247\nd. 19 Mar 1309/10|p410.htm#i23352|Eudo la Zouche|b. c 1205\nd. 1279|p402.htm#i23350|Milicent de Cantilupe|b. c 1249\nd. c 1299|p407.htm#i23426|
FatherMaurice III "the magnanimous", 2nd Lord Berkeley2,3 b. April 1281, d. 31 May 1326
MotherEve la Zouche3 b. 1282?, d. 5 December 1314
     Milicent de Berkeley was the daughter of Maurice, Lord Berkeley.2 Also called Ela de Berkeley.2 She was born circa 1300 at England.4 She was the daughter of Maurice III "the magnanimous", 2nd Lord Berkeley and Eve la Zouche.2,3 Milicent de Berkeley married John, Baron Maltravers, son of Sir John Maltravers Knt. and Alianor de Gorges, in 1313; His 1st.2,1 Milicent de Berkeley died after 1322.1

Family

John, Baron Maltravers b. circa 1290, d. 16 February 1364/65
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 59.32.
  2. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 351.
  3. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 59.31.
  4. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".

Philippe V "le Long", roi de France et de Navarre

b. 1294, d. 3 January 1322
Philippe V "le Long", roi de France et de Navarre|b. 1294\nd. 3 Jan 1322|p412.htm#i18197|Philippe IV "le Bel", roi de France|b. c Apr 1268\nd. 29 Nov 1314|p411.htm#i4583|Jeanne I, reine de Navarre|b. 12 Jan 1271/72\nd. 2 Apr 1305|p408.htm#i5146|Philippe III "le Hardi", roi de France|b. 1 May 1245\nd. 5 Oct 1285|p404.htm#i4584|Princesa Isabella de Aragón|b. 1247\nd. 28 Jan 1271|p400.htm#i5166|Henri I "le Gros", roi de Navarre|b. 1250\nd. 22 Jul 1274|p401.htm#i5147|Blanche d' Artois|b. bt 1245 - 1250\nd. 2 May 1302|p408.htm#i5148|
FatherPhilippe IV "le Bel", roi de France b. circa April 1268, d. 29 November 1314
MotherJeanne I, reine de Navarre b. 12 January 1271/72, d. 2 April 1305
      Also called Philip "the Tall".1 Philippe V "le Long", roi de France et de Navarre was born in 1294 at Lyons, France.1 He was the son of Philippe IV "le Bel", roi de France and Jeanne I, reine de Navarre. Philippe V "le Long", roi de France et de Navarre married Jeanne de Bourgogne, daughter of Otton IV, comte Palatin de Bourgogne and Mahaut d' Artois, in 1307.2 King of Navarre at Spain between 1316 and 1322.3 Philippe V "le Long", roi de France et de Navarre became regent on the death of his brother, Louis X, on 5 June 1316.1 He was the successor of Jean I "le Posthume", roi de France et de Navarre; King of France.4 King of France between 19 November 1316 and 1322. Philippe V "le Long", roi de France et de Navarre succeeded his infant nephew to the throne of France on 20 November 1316.1 Styled par la grâce de Dieu, roi de France et de Navarre. He was crowned on 9 January 1317 at Rheims, France.1 He died on 3 January 1322 at Longchamp, France, at age 28 years. He reigned for four years. He died of dysentery. d.s.p.m.1 He was the predecessor of Charles IV "le Bel", roi de France et de Navarre; King of Navarre.3 Philippe V "le Long", roi de France et de Navarre was the predecessor of Charles IV "le Bel", roi de France et de Navarre; King of France.

Family

Jeanne de Bourgogne b. 1293, d. 1329
Child

Citations

  1. [S651] Joy Law, Law, J., pg. 77.
  2. [S651] Joy Law, Law, J., pg. 74.
  3. [S653] PoH, online http://www.friesian.com/
  4. [S434] French Royalty, online http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/
  5. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, Les CAPETIENS.

Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England1,2

b. 1275, d. 16 March 1321/22
Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England|b. 1275\nd. 16 Mar 1321/22|p412.htm#i6630|Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford, 8th Earl of Essex, Constable of England|b. c 1249\nd. 31 Dec 1298|p407.htm#i6631|Mahaud de Fiennes|b. c 1231\nd. 6 Nov 1298|p407.htm#i6632|Humphrey de Bohun Knt.|b. c 1231\nd. 27 Oct 1265|p399.htm#i7117|Eleanore de Braose|b. b 1230|p58.htm#i7118|Enguerrand I., seigneur de Fiennes, baron de Tingry & de Ruminghen|b. c 1192\nd. 1265|p398.htm#i6876|Isabel de Condé|b. c 1214|p57.htm#i6877|
FatherHumphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford, 8th Earl of Essex, Constable of England1 b. circa 1249, d. 31 December 1298
MotherMahaud de Fiennes1 b. circa 1231, d. 6 November 1298
     Lord High Constable of England. Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England was born in 1275 at Pleshey Castle, Pleshey, Essex, England.3 He was the son of Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford, 8th Earl of Essex, Constable of England and Mahaud de Fiennes.1 Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England was the successor of Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford, 8th Earl of Essex, Constable of England; 8th Earl of Essex. Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England was the successor of Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford, 8th Earl of Essex, Constable of England; 7th Earl of Hereford.4 The forces of Edward I defeat a Scottish army under William Wallace. On 22 July 1298 at the Battle of Falkirk, Scotland.5 Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England took part in the Battle of Falkirk where the English defeated the Scots on 22 July 1298.6 Arms: (at Falkirk) Azure, a bend argent cotised and between six lions or, a label gules.7 8th Earl of Hereford between 31 December 1298 and 1322.1 9th Earl of Essex between 31 December 1298 and 1322.2 He was fought at Bannockburn, and was taken prisoner at Bothwell. He was exchanged for Elizabeth de Burgh, wife of Robert de Bruce, King of Scotland. He was served in Scotland and was present at the siege of Carlaverock on 1 July 1300. He married Princess Elizabeth, daughter of Edward I "Longshanks", King of England and Eleanor, infante de Castille, on 14 November 1302 at Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England; Her 2nd.3,8,9,10 Arms: (at the Siege of Stirling) Azure, a bend argent cotised and between six lions rampant or.11 Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England was with the forces of Edward I at the capture of the castle of Stirling, a victory for the English, between 22 April 1304 and 20 July 1304 at the Siege of Castle Stirling.12 He left a will on 11 August 1319; His will requested that he be buried at Walden near the body of his wife. He was joined the rebellion against King Edward II in 1321. He died in 1321 at age 46 years.8,9 He died on 16 March 1321/22 at Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, England, at age 47 years. He was killed when endeavouring to force the bridge.13 Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England was buried in the Church of the Friars Preachers, York, England. He was the predecessor of John de Bohun, 9th Earl of Hereford, 10th Earl of Essex, Constable of England; 10th Earl of Essex.2 Humphrey (de Bohun), 8th Earl of Hereford, 9th Earl of Essex, Constable of England was the predecessor of John de Bohun, 9th Earl of Hereford, 10th Earl of Essex, Constable of England; 9th Earl of Kent.13

Family

Princess Elizabeth b. 7 August 1282, d. 5 May 1316
Children

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:467.
  2. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, V:135.
  3. [S245] LDS.
  4. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:463.
  5. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, II:128.
  6. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Falkirk Roll, Ha #4, pg. 406.
  7. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Ha #4, pg. 406.
  8. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 608-609, genealogy table 17, the Normans and Plantagenets (to Edward III).
  9. [S270] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH II, pg. 888-889, genealogy table 23, England in the Later Middle Ages.
  10. [S205] David Faris, Plantagenet Ancestry, 235, Randolph.
  11. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Stirling Roll, pg. 485, ST 1.
  12. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Stirling Roll, pg. 483.
  13. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:470.
  14. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:471-472.
  15. [S735] Peter Townend, B:P, 103rd, pg. 722.
  16. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:344.

Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster1

b. circa 1278, d. 22 March 1322
Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster|b. c 1278\nd. 22 Mar 1322|p412.htm#i12662|Edmund, styled "Crouchback," 1st Earl of Lancaster|b. 16 Jan 1244/45\nd. 5 Jun 1296|p406.htm#i7326|Blanche d' Artois|b. bt 1245 - 1250\nd. 2 May 1302|p408.htm#i5148|Henry I., King of England|b. 1 Oct 1207\nd. 16 Nov 1272|p401.htm#i4574|Éléanore, Queen of England|b. 1223\nd. 25 Jun 1291|p405.htm#i4594|Robert I., comte d' Artois|b. 1216\nd. 9 Feb 1250|p395.htm#i5149|Mahaud de Brabant|b. c 1224\nd. 29 Sep 1288|p405.htm#i5150|
FatherEdmund, styled "Crouchback," 1st Earl of Lancaster1 b. 16 January 1244/45, d. 5 June 1296
MotherBlanche d' Artois2 b. between 1245 and 1250, d. 2 May 1302
     Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster also went by the name of Thomas "the Martyr". He was the successor of Edmund, styled "Crouchback," 1st Earl of Lancaster; 7th Earl of Leicester.3 Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster was born circa 1278.3 He was the son of Edmund, styled "Crouchback," 1st Earl of Lancaster and Blanche d' Artois.1,2 Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster succeeded to the title of earl of Lincoln in right of Alice his wife, daughter of Henry Lacy, Earl of Lincoln before 28 October 1294.4,5 He married Alice de Lacy, daughter of Henry de Lacy, 3rd Earl of Lincoln and Margaret Longespee, circa 28 October 1294; Her 1st. s.p.5,6 8th Earl of Leicester between 1296 and 1322.3 2nd Earl of Lancaster between 1296 and 1322.1 The forces of Edward I defeat a Scottish army under William Wallace. On 22 July 1298 at the Battle of Falkirk, Scotland.7 Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster fought for King Edward I in the victory over the Scots led by William Wallace on 22 July 1298 at the Battle of Falkirk, Scotland. Arms: Gules, three lions passant guardant or, a label azure semy of fleurs-de-lis or.8 Earl of Lincoln in 1311.4 Lord of Pontefract Castle at Yorkshire, England, between 1311 and 1322.6 He and Alice de Lacy were divorced circa 1318; On account of her adultry.5 Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster was a witness where Bartholomew, 1st Lord Badlesmere joined the Earl of Lancaster in his rebellion, notwithstanding the many favours he had received, and was defeated with him at Boroughbridge on 16 March 1322.9 Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster led a rebellion but met with defeat at Boroughbridge on 16 March 1322.9 He died on 22 March 1322 at Pontefract, Yorkshire, England. Executed on orders of Edward II.2 Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster was buried in Priory of St. John, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England.5 He was the predecessor of Henry, styled "of Lancaster," 3rd Earl of Lancaster; 9th Earl of Leicester.10 Thomas, styled "of Lancaster," 2nd Earl of Lancaster was the predecessor of Henry, styled "of Lancaster," 3rd Earl of Lancaster; 3rd Earl of Lancaster.11,12

Family

Alice de Lacy b. 25 December 1281, d. 2 October 1348

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:387.
  2. [S269] C. W. Previté-Orton sCMH I, pg. 608-609, genealogy table 17, the Normans and Plantagenets (to Edward III).
  3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:547.
  4. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  5. [S658] Alison Weir, Weir's BRF, The Angevin or Plantagenet Kings of England, pg. 75.
  6. [S937] Honour of Pontefract, online http://members.tripod.com/~midgley/honour.html
  7. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, II:128.
  8. [S1203] Gerard J. Brault, Rolls of Arms (1272-1307), Falkirk Roll, Ha #51, pg. 411.
  9. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP.
  10. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:548.
  11. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 1913 - Family of Mowbray.
  12. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VII:377.

John, Lord Mowbray

b. 4 September 1286, d. 23 March 1322
John, Lord Mowbray|b. 4 Sep 1286\nd. 23 Mar 1322|p412.htm#i7312|Roger, Lord Mowbray|b. c 1254\nd. b 21 Nov 1297|p406.htm#i7314|Rohese de Clare|b. 17 Oct 1252\nd. a 1316|p411.htm#i7315|Roger de Mowbray|b. c 1218\nd. c Nov 1266|p399.htm#i7316|Maud de Beauchamp of Bedford|b. c 1229\nd. b Apr 1273|p401.htm#i7317|Richard (de Clare), 5th Earl of Gloucester and Hertford|b. 4 Aug 1222\nd. 15 Jul 1262|p398.htm#i6847|Maud de Lacy|b. c 1223\nd. b 10 Mar 1288|p404.htm#i6848|
FatherRoger, Lord Mowbray1 b. circa 1254, d. before 21 November 1297
MotherRohese de Clare1 b. 17 October 1252, d. after 1316
     Sheriff of Yorkshire. John, Lord Mowbray was born on 4 September 1286 at Axholme, Lincolnshire, England. He was the son of Roger, Lord Mowbray and Rohese de Clare.1 John, Lord Mowbray made ward of William de Braose, who betrothed John, at age 10, to his daughter, Aliva, age 6, in 1297. He had livery of his father's lands in 1297.1 A contract for the marriage of John, Lord Mowbray and Alina de Braose was signed in 1297. Her 1st.1,2,3 John, Lord Mowbray was a witness where Alina de Braose betrothed, at age six, by her father to his ward, John de Mowbray, then age 10, in 1297.3 John, Lord Mowbray was a witness where William V, Lord Braose won the valuable wardship of John de Mowbray from the king in honour of his loyal service in Flanders in 1297.3 2nd Lord Mowbray between 1297 and 1322.4,1 John, Lord Mowbray was first summoned to Parliament on 1 January 1307/8 at 1 Edward II.1 He was further summoned to Parliaments between 1309 and 1321 at 2 to 14 Edward II.1 He married Alina de Braose, daughter of William V, Lord Braose and Agnes (?), before 1310; Her 1st.5,1,2 John, Lord Mowbray took possession, upon his father-in-law's death, of the Barony of Gower and of the Barony of Brember in Sussex, as his wife's inheritance, without suing out livery from the Crown, between 1310 and 1322. In consequence of this marriage his descendants became Lords Braose of Gower and Brember.1 Lord Braose of Gower and Bramber between 1310 and 1322.1 Governor of the City at York, England, between 1313 and 1322.1 He was made Governor of the city of York this year on 1 January 1312/13 at 6 Edward II.1 Governor of Malton and Scarborough Castles between 1318 and 1322.1 He was made Governor of Malton and Scarborough Castles this year on 1 January 1317/18 at 11 Edward II.1 He was present in Parliament as a Lord of Parliment this year on 1 January 1318/19 at 12 Edward II.1 He was a witness where William V, Lord Braose saw his lands of Gower ordered confiscated by the King because William had not sought a royal licence to "alienate" it to John de Mowbray on 26 October 1320.3 John, Lord Mowbray regained Gower following a baronial coalition in parliament banished Hugh Despenser and his father and their undue influence over Edward II in August 1321.3 Royalists, and the Despencers, defeat the rebellious Barons. On 16 March 1321/22 at the Battle of Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, England.3,6 He died on 23 March 1322 at York, Yorkshire, England, at age 35 years, 6 months and 19 days. Executed, first drawn by three horses, then hanged, and body was left there in chains for three years. His death the result of having been connected with the rising of the Northern Earls against the Despencers. His estates were siezed by the Crown, but no attainder ensued.5,1,3 He was among the barons defeated and captured by Edward II's forces in March 1323 at the Battle of Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire, England.3

Family

Alina de Braose b. circa 1291, d. before 30 July 1331
Child

Citations

  1. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 1913 - Family of Mowbray.
  2. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 72.
  3. [S642] Braose Family Web, online http://freespace.virgin.net/doug.thompson/BraoseWeb/
  4. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  5. [S245] LDS.
  6. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VIII:72.

Bartholomew, 1st Lord Badlesmere

b. 1275, d. 14 April 1322
Bartholomew, 1st Lord Badlesmere|b. 1275\nd. 14 Apr 1322|p412.htm#i8242|Sir Guncelin de Badlesmere|b. c 1244\nd. 1301|p407.htm#i8432|Joan FitzBernard|b. c 1234\nd. 1310|p409.htm#i8433|Giles de Badlesmere|b. c 1214\nd. b 27 Oct 1248|p395.htm#i17757||||Ralph FitzBernard|b. c 1204|p158.htm#i17755||||
FatherSir Guncelin de Badlesmere1 b. circa 1244, d. 1301
MotherJoan FitzBernard1 b. circa 1234, d. 1310
     Steward of the King's Household. Ambassador, to France, Savoy, and the Vatican. Bartholomew, 1st Lord Badlesmere was son and heir of Guncelin of Badlesmere, Justice of Chester, by Joan, daughter of Ralph Fitz Bernard.1 He was of Badlesmere and Chilham Castle at Kent, England.1 Arms: Argent, a fesse between two bars gemelles gules.2 He was born in 1275 at Chilham Castle, Kent, England.3 He was the son of Sir Guncelin de Badlesmere and Joan FitzBernard.1 Bartholomew, 1st Lord Badlesmere attended the war in Gascony in 1294 at 22 Edward I, France.1 Arms: D'argent, à la fasce de gueules, accompagnée de deux jumelles du même, au lambel d'azur, brochant sur-le-tout.4 He succeeded his father in 1301.1 He was in the Scottish Wars between 1303 and 1304.1 Governor of Bristol Castle in 1307.1 He married Margaret de Clare of Thomond, daughter of Thomas de Clare, Lord of Thomond and Juliana fitz Maurice, before 30 June 1308 at Kent, England; Her 2nd (widow).5,6 Bartholomew, 1st Lord Badlesmere was a witness where Edward II, King of England called a Parliament and summoned his Barons in 1309.7 Bartholomew, 1st Lord Badlesmere was summoned to Parliament as 1st Lord Badlesmere by Edward II in 1309.7 1st Lord Badlesmere in 1309.7 He had a grant of the Castle and Manor of Chilham in 1309 at Kent, England.1 He was summoned to Parliament by writs directed to Bartholmew de Badlesmere, whereby he may be held to have become Lord Badlesmere, between 26 October 1309 and 15 May 1321.1 He obtained a grant of the Castle of Leeds before 1314/15 at Kent.1 He was made Governor of Skipton Castle, and of all the castles in Yorkshire and Westmorland, whereof Robert de Clifford had d. seized in 1314/15.1 Governor of Skipton Castle in 1314/15.1 He joined the Earl of Lancaster in his rebellion, notwithstanding the many favours he had received, and was defeated with him at Boroughbridge on 16 March 1322.1 He was captured at Stow Park, and attained after 16 March 1322.1 He died on 14 April 1322 at Canterbury, Kent, England, at age 47 years. He was hanged, drawn & quartered, and had his head impaled on the then Burgate Wall for his part in the rebellion.3,1

Family

Margaret de Clare of Thomond b. circa 1280, d. 1333
Children

Citations

  1. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP.
  2. [S603] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms Sir Bernard Burke, B:xP, pg. 19.
  3. [S245] LDS.
  4. [S1403] Armoriaux, online www.heraldique-europeenne.org/Armoriaux/index.html, Rôle d'armes de Caerlaverock - 1300, 101. Barthélémy de Badlesmere, Bartholmieius Badelsmere.
  5. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, III:247.
  6. [S1270] CP Corrections, online www.medievalgenealogy.org, Volume 1, page 372 (as corrected in volume 14).
  7. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790).
  8. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, X:223.
  9. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, VI:472.

Jeanne de Lusignan dit de la Marche1,2

b. circa 1270?, d. between August 1322 and 14 September 1322
Jeanne de Lusignan dit de la Marche|b. c 1270?\nd. bt Aug 1322 - 14 Sep 1322|p412.htm#i8364|Hugues XII "le Brun", sire de Lusignan, comte de la March et d'Angoulême|b. c 1237\nd. 1282|p403.htm#i8411|Jeanne, dame de Fougères|b. c 1236|p54.htm#i8412|Hugues XI "le Brun", sire de Lusignan, comte de la March et d'Angoulême|b. c 1209\nd. 1250|p395.htm#i7837|Yoland de Dreux dit de Bretagne, comtesse de Porhoët|b. 1218\nd. 10 Oct 1272|p401.htm#i16886|Raoul I., seigneur de Fougères|b. a 1204\nd. 1256|p397.htm#i8413|Isabelle de Craon|b. c 1217|p126.htm#i14709|
FatherHugues XII "le Brun", sire de Lusignan, comte de la March et d'Angoulême2,3 b. circa 1237, d. 1282
MotherJeanne, dame de Fougères2,3 b. circa 1236
     Jeanne de Lusignan dit de la Marche was born circa 1270?. She was the daughter of Hugues XII "le Brun", sire de Lusignan, comte de la March et d'Angoulême and Jeanne, dame de Fougères.2,3 Jeanne de Lusignan dit de la Marche married Piers de Geneville, Lord of Mede, Vaucouleur, and Trim, son of Geoffroy de Joinville, seigneur de Vaucouleurs and Maud de Lacy, before 11 October 1283; Her 2nd.2,4 Jeanne de Lusignan dit de la Marche died between August 1322 and 14 September 1322.

Family

Piers de Geneville, Lord of Mede, Vaucouleur, and Trim b. circa 1261, d. before 8 June 1292
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 135-32.
  2. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., VI:697.
  3. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:80.
  4. [S1345] Anselme de Sainte-Marie (augustin déchaussé), Pere Anselme's Histoire, 3rd Ed., III:78.

Robert III de Béthune , comte de Flandre

b. between 1247 and 1249, d. 17 September 1322
Robert III de Béthune , comte de Flandre|b. bt 1247 - 1249\nd. 17 Sep 1322|p412.htm#i16426|Gui de Dampierre, comte de Flandre|b. 1225/26\nd. 7 Mar 1305|p408.htm#i12736|Mathilda de Béthune|b. c 1225?\nd. 8 Nov 1264|p398.htm#i24964|Guillaume I., seigneur de Dampierre & de S. Dizier|b. 1197\nd. 3 Sep 1231|p390.htm#i12735|Margareta I., comtesse de Hainaut et Flandre|b. 2 Jun 1202\nd. 10 Feb 1280|p403.htm#i7425|Robert V., seigneur de Béthune & de Tenremonde|b. 1200\nd. 12 Nov 1248|p395.htm#i28210|Elizabeth de Morialmez|b. c 1205?|p250.htm#i28211|
FatherGui de Dampierre, comte de Flandre1,2 b. 1225/26, d. 7 March 1305
MotherMathilda de Béthune3 b. circa 1225?, d. 8 November 1264
     Also called Graf von Flandern Robert III von Bethune.4 Also called comte de Flandre Robert III de Béthune. Robert III de Béthune , comte de Flandre was born between 1247 and 1249.5 He was the son of Gui de Dampierre, comte de Flandre and Mathilda de Béthune.1,2,3 Robert III de Béthune , comte de Flandre married Blanche de Naples, daughter of Charles I "le Défenseur de l'Église", roi de Jérusalem et de Sicile and Beatrix, comtesse de Provence & de Forcalquier, in 1265; His 1st.6 Robert III de Béthune , comte de Flandre married Yolande de Bourgogne, comtesse de Nevers, daughter of Eudes de Bourgogne, comte de Nevers, d'Auxerre & de Tonnerre and Mahaud de Bourbon, comtesse de Nevers, d'Auxerre, & de Tonnere, in 1272; His 2nd.7 Robert III de Béthune , comte de Flandre was the successor of Gui de Dampierre, comte de Flandre; 21st Count of Flanders.2 Robert III de Béthune , comte de Flandre was a witness where Jean II, comte de Hainaut et Hollande fought the army of the Dampierres for two years before driving the Flemish from Holland and Zeeland in 1304 at the Netherlands.8 Robert III de Béthune , comte de Flandre succeeded his father to the county of Flanders in 1305. 22nd Count of Flanders between 1305 and 1322.1 He died on 17 September 1322 at Ypres.1,2,9

Family 1

Blanche de Naples b. circa 1251?, d. 1269

Family 2

Yolande de Bourgogne, comtesse de Nevers b. November 1248, d. 2 June 1280
Children

Citations

  1. [S277] Gene Gurney, Kingdoms of Europe, pg. 382.
  2. [S440] Léon van der Essen, Deux Mille, Gen Table II: De Charlemagne a Philippe le Bon.
  3. [S467] GdRdF, online http://jeanjacques.villemag.free.fr/, La Noblesse - Dampierre.
  4. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Dampierre.
  5. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Dampierre, 1247/49.
  6. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Dampierre, 1265.
  7. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Dampierre, 1272.
  8. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, "John II.".
  9. [S970] MGDR, online http://www.genealogie-mittelalter.de/, Familie der Dampierre, 17.9.1322.

Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton1

b. circa 1274, d. 18 November 1322
Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton|b. c 1274\nd. 18 Nov 1322|p412.htm#i23333|Reynold fitz Piers, Lord of Blaen Llynfi|b. c 1210?\nd. c 5 May 1286|p404.htm#i7879|Lady of Chewton Joan de Vivonia|b. 1251\nd. 1 Jun 1314|p411.htm#i8254|Piers FitzHerbert, Lord Blaen Llynfi|b. c 1172\nd. b 6 Jun 1235|p391.htm#i7189|Alice de Warkworth|b. c 1184\nd. b 1255|p397.htm#i7188|William de Fortibus, Lord of Chewton|b. c 1225\nd. b 22 May 1259|p397.htm#i8272|Maud, vicomtesse de Rochechouart|b. c 1230\nd. 12 Mar 1298/99|p407.htm#i8270|
FatherReynold fitz Piers, Lord of Blaen Llynfi2,3 b. circa 1210?, d. circa 5 May 1286
MotherLady of Chewton Joan de Vivonia2 b. 1251, d. 1 June 1314
     Also called Peter fitz Reginald.3 Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton was the eldest surviving son of Sir Reginald fitz Piers, Knt., by Joan de Vivonia.1 Also called fitz Reynold.1 He was born circa 1274 at England.1 He was the son of Reynold fitz Piers, Lord of Blaen Llynfi and Lady of Chewton Joan de Vivonia.2,3 Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton was born in 1275.3 He married Ela Martel, daughter of Sir Roger Martel Knt. and Joan (?), before 1295.1 Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton was given Chewton by his mother in 1299 at Somersetshire, England.1 Lord of Chewton at Somersetshire, England, after 1299.1 He was age 40 in 1314.1 He was conservator of array in Surrey and Sussex in 1321 at England.1 He died on 18 November 1322 at England.1

Family

Ela Martel b. circa 1273, d. before 1322
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 261.33.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 261.32.
  3. [S1191] Esq. John Burke B:C of GB&I, IV:729.

Roger Martel fitz Peter1

b. circa 1295, d. before 6 December 1322
Roger Martel fitz Peter|b. c 1295\nd. b 6 Dec 1322|p412.htm#i23332|Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton|b. c 1274\nd. 18 Nov 1322|p412.htm#i23333|Ela Martel|b. c 1273\nd. b 1322|p412.htm#i23334|Reynold fitz Piers, Lord of Blaen Llynfi|b. c 1210?\nd. c 5 May 1286|p404.htm#i7879|Lady of Chewton Joan de Vivonia|b. 1251\nd. 1 Jun 1314|p411.htm#i8254|Sir Roger Martel Knt.|d. 1280|p403.htm#i23406|Joan (?)||p207.htm#i23407|
FatherPeter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton2 b. circa 1274, d. 18 November 1322
MotherEla Martel2 b. circa 1273, d. before 1322
     Roger Martel fitz Peter was of Chewton at Somersetshire, England.1 He was the eldest son of Sir Peter fitz Reginald by Ela Martel.1 He was born circa 1295 at England.1 He was the son of Peter fitz Reginald, Lord of Chewton and Ela Martel.2 Roger Martel fitz Peter married Unknown de Urtiaco ?, daughter of Henry del Ortiay, Lord Orty and Sibyl (?), before 1318.1 Roger Martel fitz Peter died before 6 December 1322 at England. D.v.p.1

Family

Unknown de Urtiaco ? b. circa 1300
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 261.34.
  2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., Line 261.33.

Ralph of Greystoke1

b. circa 1300, d. 1323
     Ralph of Greystoke was a witness where Alice de Audley daughter of Hugh, 1st Lord Audley, and widow of Ralph, 3rd Lord Greystroke.2 Ralph of Greystoke was born circa 1300. A contract for the marriage of Ralph of Greystoke and Alice de Audley was signed after 25 November 1317 at Stratton Audley, Oxfordshire, England. Dispensation to marry.3 Ralph of Greystoke married Alice de Audley, daughter of Hugh, Lord Audley of Heleigh and Isolde de Mortimer, circa 1320; Her 1st.2 3rd Lord Greystoke before 1323.2 Ralph of Greystoke died in 1323. He was poisoned by a rebel knight.4

Family

Alice de Audley b. circa 1304, d. 11 January 1374
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 207-32.
  2. [S484] Peter Townend, B:P, 105th, pg. 10-11 - Abergavenny.
  3. [S245] LDS.
  4. [S217] Transcribed by Colin Hinson, English Peerage (to 1790), says he was 2nd Lord Audley.

Joan de Braose1

b. circa 1290, d. 1323
Joan de Braose|b. c 1290\nd. 1323|p412.htm#i18662|William V, Lord Braose|b. c 1261\nd. 1326|p413.htm#i12137|Agnes (?)||p167.htm#i18652|William I. de Braose, Lord Bramber|b. 1220\nd. 6 Jan 1290/91|p405.htm#i12234|Aline de Multon|b. c 1245|p100.htm#i12138|||||||
FatherWilliam V, Lord Braose1 b. circa 1261, d. 1326
MotherAgnes (?)1
     Joan de Braose was born circa 1290. She was the daughter of William V, Lord Braose and Agnes (?).1 Joan de Braose married James de Bohun before 1323.1 Joan de Braose died in 1323.1

Family

James de Bohun b. circa 1285

Citations

  1. [S642] Braose Family Web, online http://freespace.virgin.net/doug.thompson/BraoseWeb/