The Descendants of Bertrand de Vaux, 950-990.


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197. Elizabeth GREY [121810] (Alice de NEVILLE164, 1st Earl Ralph NEVILLE of Westmorland137, 3rd Baron John de NEVILLE of Raby98, Alice de AUDLEY59, Isolde de MORTIMER47, 2nd Baron Edmund de MORTIMER of Wigmore31, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, Beatrice de VAUX16, Hubert I of Gillesland (Lord)12, Robert de Vallibus de Vaux (Seigneur)8, Robert de Treyermayne4, Harold3, Eustace2, Bertrand1).

Elizabeth married Lord Phillip DARCY of Mennell [121809]. Phillip died about 1399.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 211    i. Lord John DARCY 5th Baron of Knayth [121807] was born about 1376 and died about 1411 aged about 35.

199. Catherine NEVIL [82222] (5th Earl Richard NEVILLE of Salisbury173, 1st Earl Ralph NEVILLE of Westmorland137, 3rd Baron John de NEVILLE of Raby98, Alice de AUDLEY59, Isolde de MORTIMER47, 2nd Baron Edmund de MORTIMER of Wigmore31, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, Beatrice de VAUX16, Hubert I of Gillesland (Lord)12, Robert de Vallibus de Vaux (Seigneur)8, Robert de Treyermayne4, Harold3, Eustace2, Bertrand1).

Catherine married Lord William Bonville HARINGTON [82221]. William was born in 1442 and died in 1460 at age 18.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 212    i. Cecily BONVILLE [82199] .

202. King Edward IV PLANTAGENET Of England [39435] (Cecily NEVILLE184, 1st Earl Ralph NEVILLE of Westmorland137, 3rd Baron John de NEVILLE of Raby98, Alice de AUDLEY59, Isolde de MORTIMER47, 2nd Baron Edmund de MORTIMER of Wigmore31, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, Beatrice de VAUX16, Hubert I of Gillesland (Lord)12, Robert de Vallibus de Vaux (Seigneur)8, Robert de Treyermayne4, Harold3, Eustace2, Bertrand1) was born on 28 Apr 1442 and died on 9 Apr 1483 at age 40.

General Notes: Wikipedia says,
Edward was King of England from 4 March 1461 to 3 October 1470,[1] then again from 11 April 1471 until his death in 1483. He was a central figure in the Wars of the Roses, a series of civil wars in England fought between the Yorkist and Lancastrian factions between 1455 and 1487.
Edward inherited the Yorkist claim when his father, Richard, Duke of York, died at the Battle of Wakefield in December 1460. After defeating Lancastrian armies at Mortimer's Cross and Towton in early 1461, he deposed King Henry VI and took the throne. His marriage to Elizabeth Woodville in 1464 led to conflict with his chief advisor, Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, known as the "Kingmaker". In 1470, a revolt led by Warwick and Edward's brother George, Duke of Clarence, briefly re-installed Henry VI.
Edward fled to Flanders, where he gathered support and invaded England in March 1471; after victories at the battles of Barnet and Tewkesbury, he resumed the throne. Shortly afterwards, Henry VI was found dead in the Tower of London. Despite a continuing threat from Henry Tudor, the last Lancastrian claimant, Edward reigned in relative peace for the next twelve years.
When Edward died suddenly in April 1483, his minor son became King Edward V, with his father's brother, the Duke of Gloucester, as Lord Protector. In June, Gloucester seized the throne as Richard III after declaring his nephews illegitimate; they are generally supposed to have been murdered shortly afterwards. In 1485, he was killed at the Battle of Bosworth Field by Henry Tudor, who ruled as Henry VII, and married Edward IV's daughter, Elizabeth of York, thus uniting the two houses.

Edward had a relationship with Lady Elizabeth LUCY [120312]. Marriage status: unmarried.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 213    i. Lady Elizabeth PLANTAGENET [120310] was born about 1464.

204. Joan GREYSTOKE [121788] (4th Lord John GREYSTOKE Greystoke186, 3rd Lord Ralph GREYSTOKE Greystoke146, 2nd Lord William de GREYSTOKE Greystoke107, Alice de AUDLEY59, Isolde de MORTIMER47, 2nd Baron Edmund de MORTIMER of Wigmore31, Baroness Maud Matilda de BRAOSE Mortimer26, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, Beatrice de VAUX16, Hubert I of Gillesland (Lord)12, Robert de Vallibus de Vaux (Seigneur)8, Robert de Treyermayne4, Harold3, Eustace2, Bertrand1) was born in 1408 and died in 1456 at age 48.

Joan married 7th Baron John DARCY of Knaith [121787]. John died about 1458.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 214    i. Richard DARCY [121763] .

205. Sir Thomas STANLEY 1st Lord Stanley [81799] (Sir John STANLEY III187, Isabel de LATHAM148, Sir Thomas Mathias de LATHAM109, Eleanor de FERRERS72, 1st Baron John de FERRERS of Chartley50, Countess Alianore de BOHUN of Derby33, Eleanor de BRAOSE27, Baron William de BRAOSE Abergavenny23, Grecia de BRIWERE17, Beatrice de VAUX16, Hubert I of Gillesland (Lord)12, Robert de Vallibus de Vaux (Seigneur)8, Robert de Treyermayne4, Harold3, Eustace2, Bertrand1) was born in 1405 and died in 1458 at age 53.

Noted events in his life were:

He was Controller of the Household of King Henry VI in London England.

Thomas married Joan GOUSHILL [81798]. Joan was born in 1409 and died in 1449 at age 40. Another name for Joan was Joan GOWSELL.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 191)

208. Earl [7th] Thomas BUTLER of Ormond [120923] (Earl [4th] James BUTLER of Ormond189, Earl [3rd] James BUTLER of Ormonde152, Earl [2nd] James BUTLER of Ormonde112, Countess Eleanor de BOHUN of Ormonde81, 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, Beatrice de VAUX16, Hubert I of Gillesland (Lord)12, Robert de Vallibus de Vaux (Seigneur)8, Robert de Treyermayne4, Harold3, Eustace2, Bertrand1) was born in 1426 in kilkenny Co. Kilkenny Ireland and died on 3 Aug 1515 in London England at age 89.

General Notes: Wikipedia says,
Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond, P.C. (1426 \endash 3 August 1515) was the youngest son of James Butler, 4th Earl of Ormond. He was attainted, but restored by Henry VII's first Parliament in November 1485, and the statutes made at Westminster, by Edward IV, which declared him and his brothers traitors, were abrogated.
Thomas Butler was the third son of James Butler, 4th Earl of Ormond, by his first wife, Joan de Beauchamp (d. 3 or 5 August 1430). He had two elder brothers, James Butler, 5th Earl of Ormond, and John Butler, 6th Earl of Ormond, as well as two sisters, Elizabeth Butler, who married John Talbot, 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury, and Anne Butler (d. 4 January 1435), who was contracted to marry Thomas FitzGerald, 7th Earl of Desmond, although the marriage appears not to have taken place.
Thomas Butler, as an Irish peer, should only have sat in the Irish Parliament. However, as a personal friend of Henry VII he was summoned to the English Parliament in November 1488 as "Thomas Ormond de Rochford chevaler". At this time he was already 8th Earl of Carrick and 7th Earl of Ormond,[3] having succeeded his elder brothers James Butler, 5th Earl of Ormond and John Butler, 6th Earl of Ormond, neither of whom left legitimate issue.

He was afterwards sworn of the Privy Council of England.

He was known as The Wool Earl, due to his enormous wealth. Besides being in the possession of major lands in the Irish counties of Kilkenny and Tipperary, he owned 72 manors in England, making him one of the richest subjects in the realm.[4]

In 1509, he was appointed Lord Chamberlain to Catherine of Aragon.[5] He held this post until 1512.

Thomas married Anne HANKFORD [120924]. Anne was born about 1431 and died on 13 Nov 1485 aged about 54.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 215    i. Lady Margaret BUTLER Boleyn [120925] was born in 1454 in Kilkenny Castle Co. Kilkenny Ireland and died in 1539 in England at age 85.

   216    ii. Lady Anne BUTLER [120926] was born about 1455.

   217    iii. Theobald BUTLER [120927] was born in 1477 and died in 1560 at age 83.

209. Sir John STANLEY of Weaver & Over Alderly [122872] (Joan GOUSHILL191, Elizabeth FITZALAN156, Elizabeth de BOHUN113, William de BOHUN Earl of Northampton84, 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, Beatrice de VAUX16, Hubert I of Gillesland (Lord)12, Robert de Vallibus de Vaux (Seigneur)8, Robert de Treyermayne4, Harold3, Eustace2, Bertrand1) was born in 1425 over Alderley Cheshire England, died between 1476 and 1485 in Tower of London Middlesex England, and was buried in Clifton Cheshire England.

John married Elizabeth WEEVER [122873]. Elizabeth was born about 1450 over Alderley Cheshire England and died on 17 Feb 1513 in Weaver Cheshire England aged about 63.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 218    i. Sir John STANLEY Kt. of Melling [122871] was born about 1450 in Weaver Cheshire England and died on 20 Nov 1508 in Melling Lancashire England aged about 58.

210. Margaret STANLEY [81800] (Joan GOUSHILL191, Elizabeth FITZALAN156, Elizabeth de BOHUN113, William de BOHUN Earl of Northampton84, 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, Beatrice de VAUX16, Hubert I of Gillesland (Lord)12, Robert de Vallibus de Vaux (Seigneur)8, Robert de Treyermayne4, Harold3, Eustace2, Bertrand1) was born in 1435.

Margaret married William TROUTBECK [81781]. William was born in 1432 and died in 1459 at age 27.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 219    i. Joan TROUTBECK [81780] was born in 1459.


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