The Descendants of Reginald de Briwere, born circa 1010.


picture

previous  12th Generation  Next



53. 2nd Earl Edmund FITZALAN of Arundel [81939] (8th Earl Richard FITZALAN of Arundel44, Countess Isabelle MORTIMER of Arundel29, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born in 1273 and died in 1326 at age 53.

Edmund married Alice de WARENNE [81940]. Alice was born in 1287 and died in 1338 at age 51.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 90    i. Richard FITZALAN II, 3rd Earl of Arundel [81789] was born in 1307 and died in 1375 at age 68.

57. Baroness Eleanor FITZALAN Percy [122003] (8th Earl Richard FITZALAN of Arundel44, Countess Isabelle MORTIMER of Arundel29, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born between 1282 and 1284 in Arundel Sussex England and died in Aug 1328 in Beverley Yorkshire England.

Eleanor married Lord Henry de PERCY 1st Baron of Alnwick [122002]. Henry was born on 25 Mar 1273 in Petworth Sussex England, died in Oct 1314 in Alnwick Northumberland England at age 41, and was buried in Fountains Abbey Yorkshire England.

General Notes: Wikipedia says, amongst other Things,
Henry de Percy, 1st Baron Percy of Alnwick (25 March 1273 \endash October 1314)[3] was a medieval English magnate.

He fought under King Edward I of England in Wales and Scotland and was granted extensive estates in Scotland, which were later retaken by the Scots under King Robert I of Scotland. He added Alnwick to the family estates in England, founding a dynasty of northern warlords. He rebelled against King Edward II over the issue of Piers Gaveston and was imprisoned for a few months. After his release, he declined to fight under Edward II at the Battle of Bannockburn, remaining at Alnwick, where he died a few months later, aged 41.
ALSO
Henry was born at Petworth in Sussex in 1273, seven months after his father's death, saving the family line from extinction, as two older brothers had died in infancy, and all six uncles had died without leaving any legitimate heirs. He was fortunate in having the powerful John de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey as his maternal grandfather. Henry was the son of Henry de Percy (d.1272), 7th feudal baron of Topcliffe, Yorkshire,[4] by his wife, Eleanor de Warenne, daughter of John de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey by Alice de Lusignan, Countess of Surrey, half sister of King Henry III.[5] His grandfather was William de Percy, and his great-great-grandfather was Jocelin de Louvain (d.1180) who had married Agnes de Percy (d.1203), one of the two daughters and co-heiresses of William II de Percy (d.1174/5), 3rd feudal baron of Topcliffe, whose descendants had adopted the surname "de Percy".


Children from this marriage were:

+ 91    i. Lord Henry de PERCY 2nd Baron of Alnwick [122000] was born on 6 Feb 1301 and died on 26 Feb 1352 at age 51.

   92    ii. William de PERCY [122162] was born in 1303 and died in 1355 at age 52.

58. 1st Earl Hugh de AUDLEY of Gloucester & 1st Baron Audley [122227] (Isolde de MORTIMER47, 2nd Baron Edmund de MORTIMER of Wigmore31, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born about 1291 in Stratton Audley Oxfordshire England, died on 10 Nov 1347 in Kent England aged about 56, and was buried in Tonbridge Priory Kent England.

Noted events in his life were:

Service: Sheriff of Rutland.

Service: Ambassador to France.

Hugh married Countess Margaret de CLARE of Cornwall & Gloucester [122228]. Margaret was born on 12 Oct 1292 in Tewkesbury Gloucestershire England, died on 9 Apr 1342 in Badlesmere Kent England at age 49, and was buried in Tonbridge Priory Kent England.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 93    i. Countess Margaret AUDLEY de Stafford [121974] was born in Jan 1305 in Stafford Staffordshire England, died on 7 Sep 1347 in Tonbridge Kent England at age 42, and was buried in Tonbridge Kent England.

59. Alice de AUDLEY [121869] (Isolde de MORTIMER47, 2nd Baron Edmund de MORTIMER of Wigmore31, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born in 1300 and died about 1374 aged about 74.

Alice married 2nd Baron Ralph de NEVILLE of Raby [121982]. Ralph was born about 1291 and died on 5 Aug 1367 aged about 76.

General Notes: Wikipedia says:
Ralph Neville, 2nd Baron Neville of Raby (c. 1291 \endash 5 August 1367) was an English aristocrat, the son of Ralph Neville, 1st Baron Neville de Raby by Eupheme de Clavering.[a]

Neville led the English forces to victory against King David II of Scotland at the Battle of Neville's Cross on 17 October 1346


Children from this marriage were:

   94    i. Euphemia de NEVILLE [122104] was born about 1327 and died in 1394 aged about 67.

Euphemia married 4th Baron Robert CLIFFORD Clifford [122105] in Apr 1343. Robert was born about 1330 and died in 1350 aged about 20.

General Notes: Wikipedia says:
Robert Clifford, 4th Baron de Clifford (born between 1328 and 1331-d.1350) and lord of the honour of Skipton Craven[1] was a member of the Clifford family in fourteenth-century England.

He was the son and heir of Robert, the third Baron and was aged somewhere between thirteen and sixteen on his father's death in 1344. Young Robert married into the Neville family in April 1343 when he wed Euphemia, daughter of Ralph, Lord of Raby,[2] in whose wardship Clifford had been placed.[3]

He died in France without heirs, and without ever having come of age, in 1350. Euphemia remarried within two years, to a son of Thomas, Lord Lucy, and lived until November 1393.[2]

He was succeeded by his brother Roger de Clifford, 5th Baron de Clifford.

Euphemia next married Reynold de LUCY [122106].

Euphemia next married Sir Walter HESELARTON Kt. [122107].

+ 95    ii. Margaret de NEVILLE [121993] was born on 12 Feb 1329 and died on 12 May 1372 at age 43.

   96    iii. Catherine de NEVILLE [122110] was born about 1330 and died on 1 Sep 1361 aged about 31.

Catherine married 2nd Baron William DACRE Dacre of Gillesland [122111].

   97    iv. Sir Ralph de NEVILLE [121997] was born about 1332 and died about 1380 aged about 48.

Ralph married Elizabeth de LEDES [122108].

+ 98    v. 3rd Baron John de NEVILLE of Raby [121990] was born in 1337 in Raby Castle Staindrop Co. Durham England and died on 17 Oct 1388 at age 51.

   99    vi. Robert de NEVILLE of Eldon [121996] was born about 1337.

Robert married Clara PINKNEY [122112].

   100    vii. Sir William de NEVILLE [121999] was born about 1338 and died about 1391 aged about 53.

William married Elizabeth de WALEYS [122113].

William next married Alice de St PHILBERT [122114].

   101    viii. Eleanor de NEVILLE [122116] was born about 1340.

Eleanor married Geoffrey SCROPE [122117].

   102    ix. Archbishop Alexander de NEVILLE of York [121998] was born about 1341 and died in 1392 aged about 51.

   103    x. Elizabeth de NEVILLE [122118] was born about 1343.

   104    xi. Isabel de NEVILLE [122119] was born about 1344.

Isabel married Hugh Fitzhugh FITZHENRY [122120].

   105    xii. Thomas de NEVILLE [122121] was born about 1355.

   106    xiii. Alice de NEVILLE [122122] .

Alice next married 1st Lord Ralph de GREYSTOKE Greystoke [121868]. Ralph was born in 1299 in Ravensworth Yorkshire England and died in 1323 at age 24.

Noted events in his life were:

Birth: at Ravensworth Castle, 1299, Ravensworth Yorkshire England.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 107    i. 2nd Lord William de GREYSTOKE Greystoke [121838] was born on 6 Jan 1321 and died on 10 Jul 1359 at age 38.

69. Countess Agnes MORTIMER of Pembroke [122488] (1st Earl Roger de MORTIMER of March49, 2nd Baron Edmund de MORTIMER of Wigmore31, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born in 1317 and died on 25 Jul 1368 at age 51.

Agnes married 1st Earl Laurence HASTINGS of Pembroke [122489] on 25 Jul 1368. Laurence was born on 20 Mar 1319 and died on 20 Aug 1348 at age 29.

General Notes: Wikipedia says,
Laurence de Hastings, 1st Earl of Pembroke (20 March 1319 \endash 20 August 1348) was a Norman English nobleman and held the titles 1st Earl of Pembroke (4th creation), Baron Abergavenny and Baron Hastings under Edward II of England and Edward III of England.
AND
His father was John Hastings, 2nd Baron Hastings and his mother Juliana Leybourne.[1] He was born at Allesley in Warwickshire and christened at Allesley on the same day.[citation needed] As a great-grandson of William de Valence, 1st Earl of Pembroke, and having inherited through the female line a portion of the estates of the Valence earls, he was created (or recognized as) a new creation of the earl of Pembroke in October 1339.[2]

He married Lady Agnes Mortimer (1317 \endash 25 July 1368), the daughter of Roger de Mortimer, 1st Earl of March with whom he had one son:


The child from this marriage was:

+ 108    i. 2nd Earl John HASTINGS of Pembroke [122011] was born on 29 Aug 1347 and died on 16 Apr 1375 at age 27.

72. Eleanor de FERRERS [81895] (1st Baron John de FERRERS of Chartley50, Countess Alianore de BOHUN of Derby33, Eleanor de BRAOSE27, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born in 1305 and died in 1399 at age 94.

Eleanor married Sir Thomas de LATHAM II of Lathom [81894]. Thomas died in 1370.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 109    i. Sir Thomas Mathias de LATHAM [81893] was born in 1324 and died in 1382 at age 58.

74. 3rd Baron Robert de FERRERS of Chartley [120249] (1st Baron John de FERRERS of Chartley50, Countess Alianore de BOHUN of Derby33, Eleanor de BRAOSE27, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born on 25 Mar 1309 and died on 28 Aug 1350 at age 41.

General Notes: Wikipedia says:
He had inherited the title Baron Ferrers of Chartley from his elder brother John, 2nd Baron, between 1321 and July 1324,[2] and was summoned to parliament on 25 February 1342.[1]

Robert served frequently in the Scottish and French wars of Edward III as well as participating the victory at Cressy.[1]

Before 20 October 1333, he married a woman named Margaret. They had one son, John who succeeded his father as John de Ferrers, 4th Baron Ferrers of Chartley.[1]

After the death of Margaret, Robert remarried to Joan de la Mote before 1350. They had one son, Sir Robert Ferrers, summoned to parliament as 'Robert Ferrers of Wem' as husband of Elizabeth Boteler, 4th Baroness Boteler of Wem, by whom he had Robert Ferrers of Wem

Robert married Agnes de BOHUN [120242]. Agnes was born about 1313.

Robert next married Isabel de VERDUN [122045] in 1328 in Newbold Verdon Leicestershire England. Isabel was born on 21 Mar 1317 in Amesbury Priory Wiltshire England and died on 25 Jul 1349 at age 32.

General Notes: Wikipedia says:
Isabel was born at Amesbury Priory, Wiltshire, on 21 March 1317, the only child of the marriage of Theobald de Verdun, 2nd Baron Verdun, Justiciar of Ireland (born 8 September 1278) and Lady Elizabeth de Clare. She was born eight months after her father died of typhoid on 27 July 1316. He and Elizabeth had been engaged before she was called back to England by Edward II, intent on marrying her to one of his own supporters. So Theobald abducted Elizabeth from Bristol Castle in early 1316, and married her shortly afterwards on 4 February. Elizabeth was his second wife, his first wife having been Maud Mortimer (c.1289- 18 September 1312). Isabel had three half-sisters from her father's prior marriage, Joan de Verdun, Elizabeth de Verdun, and Margery de Verdun.

Isabel, along with her three de Verdon half-sisters, was a co-heiress of her father. She is occasionally referred to as Heiress of Ludlow.

Theobald was Elizabeth's second husband, her first husband John de Burgh had died in a minor skirmish in Galway, Ireland on 18 June 1313. She had a son by de Burgh, William Donn de Burgh, 3rd Earl of Ulster (17 September 1312- 6 June 1333), who was Isabel's uterine half-brother. William would later marry Maud of Lancaster, by whom he had a daughter Elizabeth de Burgh, suo jure 4th Countess of Ulster (6 July 1332- 10 December 1363). Following the death of her brother Gilbert at Bannockburn in 1314, Elizabeth, along with her two sisters, Margaret and Eleanor, became one of the greatest heiresses in England. Her uncle, King Edward II of England, ordered her to return to England, where he planned to select a husband for her from among his supporters. She was placed in Bristol Castle where Verdun would afterwards abduct her, to the fury of King Edward.

After her husband's death, Elizabeth, pregnant with Verdun's child, fled to Amesbury Priory and placed herself under the protection of her aunt, Mary de Burgh, who was one of the nuns. It was there that she gave birth to Isabel.

Isabel's birth is recorded in an entry of King Edward II's Wardrobe Accounts, as well as the King's gift of a silver-gilt cup which valued at one pound, ten shillings.

Her paternal grandparents were Theobald de Verdun, 1st Lord Verdun and Margery de Bohun, and her maternal grandparents were Gilbert de Clare, 6th Earl of Hertford, 3rd Earl of Gloucester, and Joan of Acre, the daughter of King Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile.


The child from this marriage was:

   110    i. de FERRERS [122046] was born in Feb 1331 and died in 1331.

Robert next married Margaret [122049] before 20 Oct 1333.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 111    i. 4th Baron John de FERRERS Chartley [122050] was born about 1331 in Southhoe Huntingdonshire England and died on 3 Apr 1367 in Castille Spain aged about 36.

81. Countess Eleanor de BOHUN of Ormonde [120237] (Earl [4th] Humphrey VII de BOHUN of Hereford52, 3rd Earl Humphrey VI de BOHUN of Hereford35, Eleanor de BRAOSE27, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born on 17 Nov 1304 in Knaresborough Yorkshire England and died on 7 Nov 1363 in Aldgate Middlesex England at age 58.

Eleanor married Earl [1st] James BUTLER of Ormonde [120245]. James was born in 1305 in Arklow Co. Wicklow Ireland, died on 6 Jan 1338 in Gowran Co. Kilkenny Ireland at age 33, and was buried in Gowran Co. Kilkenny Ireland.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 112    i. Earl [2nd] James BUTLER of Ormonde [120894] was born on 4 Oct 1331 in Kilkenny Castle Co. Kilkenny Ireland, died on 18 Oct 1382 in Knocktopher Castle Co. Kilkenny Ireland at age 51, and was buried in St. Canice's Cathedral Co. Kilkenny Ireland.

84. William de BOHUN Earl of Northampton [81794] (Earl [4th] Humphrey VII de BOHUN of Hereford52, 3rd Earl Humphrey VI de BOHUN of Hereford35, Eleanor de BRAOSE27, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, William of Torbay (Baron)11, Henry8, William I7, Brugo3, Randulf I2, Reginald1) was born in 1310 and died in 1360 at age 50.

William married Elizabeth de BADLESMERE [81795]. Elizabeth was born in 1313 and died in 1356 at age 43.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 113    i. Elizabeth de BOHUN [81791] was born in 1345 and died in 1385 at age 40.


Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List

This website was created 31 Aug 2021 with Legacy 9.0, a division of MyHeritage.com; content copyrighted and maintained by howdee at netspace.net.au