The Descendants of Bertrand de Vaux, 950-990.


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211. Lord John DARCY 5th Baron of Knayth [121807] (Elizabeth GREY197, 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) was born about 1376 and died about 1411 aged about 35.

John married Margaret GREY [121808].

The child from this marriage was:

+ 220    i. 7th Baron John DARCY of Knaith [121787] died about 1458.

212. Cecily BONVILLE [82199] (Catherine NEVIL199, 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).

Cecily married Thomas GREY 1st Marquess of Dorset [82198]. Thomas was born in 1451 and died in 1501 at age 50.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 221    i. Lady Elizabeth GREY [82194] .

213. Lady Elizabeth PLANTAGENET [120310] (King Edward IV PLANTAGENET Of England202, 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 about 1464.

Elizabeth married Lord Sir Thomas LUMLEY [120309].

The child from this marriage was:

   222    i. Anne LUMLEY [120308] .

Anne married Robert OGLE [120306]. Robert was born after 1468 and died in 1513.

214. Richard DARCY [121763] (Joan GREYSTOKE204, 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).

Richard married Eleanor SCROPE [121764]. Eleanor died in 1471.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 223    i. Lord William DARCY [121740] was born in 1443 in Leeds Yorkshire England and died on 30 May 1488 at age 45.

215. Lady Margaret BUTLER Boleyn [120925] (Earl [7th] Thomas BUTLER of Ormond208, 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 1454 in Kilkenny Castle Co. Kilkenny Ireland and died in 1539 in England at age 85.

General Notes: Wikipedia says,
Lady Margaret Butler, Lady Boleyn[2] (c. 1454[3] \endash 1539) was an Irish noblewoman, the daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond. She married Sir William Boleyn and through her eldest son Sir Thomas Boleyn, was the paternal grandmother of Anne Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII of England, and great-grandmother of Anne and Henry's daughter, Elizabeth I of England.
She was born at Kilkenny Castle in County Kilkenny, Ireland, the daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond and Anne Hankford. Her paternal grandparents were James Butler, 4th Earl of Ormond and Joan de Beauchamp. Her maternal grandparents were Sir Richard Hankford (c. 1397 \endash 1431) and Anne de Montagu.

She had two sisters: Anne who married Sir James de St. Leger, by whom she had issue, and Elizabeth. Anne and Margaret claimed to be co-heiresses of their father and the Earldom of Ormond, but their cousin, Piers Butler, who had physical control of the Irish estates and the backing of the Irish Council, claimed to be the heir through the direct male line. In 1520, the King granted her a pardon for the alienation of Fritwell Manor, Oxfordshire.[4] The issue wasn't resolved until 1528, by which time Margaret's position was good, with the influence of her granddaughter, then betrothed to Henry VIII, and Margaret's son, Thomas Boleyn's, status as King's adviser.[5]

In 1465 Margaret married Sir William Boleyn, and in total they had ten children. Her son, the ambitious courtier Sir Thomas Boleyn, became the first Earl of Wiltshire and by his marriage to Elizabeth Howard, the Duke of Norfolk's daughter, was the father of Anne Boleyn, Queen Consort of England. Thus, Margaret was great-grandmother to Queen Elizabeth I of England.

Margaret's role in the rise and fall of the Boleyn clan is unknown, although there has been much speculation and theorizing.[citation needed] From c. 1519 onwards she was declared by inquisition to have suffered periods of insanity making her incapable of managing her own estates.[6]

She was the last of the Boleyns to live in Hever Castle as it was given to Anne of Cleves in 1540 sometime after her death. Margaret's lands were claimed by her only surviving grandchild, Mary Boleyn and her husband William Stafford

Margaret married Sir William BULLEN [120928] about Nov 1469. William was born in 1451 in Blickling Norfolk England and died on 10 Oct 1505 at age 54. Another name for William was William BOLEYN.

General Notes: Wikipedia says,
Sir William Boleyn (1451 \endash 10 October 1505) was a wealthy and powerful landowner and High Sheriff in Kent and East Anglia in the late 15th century.[1] He was the father of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, and the paternal grandfather of King Henry VIII's second Queen, Anne Boleyn.
William Boleyn was born at Blickling, Norfolk.[5] He was the younger of the two sons of Sir Geoffrey Boleyn, a wealthy citizen Mercer and Lord Mayor of London in 1457-58,[6] and his wife, Anne Hoo (c. 1424-1484), only child of the first marriage of Thomas Hoo, Baron Hoo and Hastings to Elizabeth daughter of Sir Nicholas Wychingham of Norfolk.[7] Sir Geoffrey died testate in 1463.[8]

Before November 1469 William Boleyn married Margaret Ormond (otherwise Butler), second daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond (died 3 August 1515) by his first wife, Anne Hankford.[9] She carried the manor of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, in marriage to her husband. [10] They had six sons and four daughters.[11]

As heir, William succeeded his elder brother, Thomas Boleyn Esquire of London, who died in 1471:[9][12] Thomas asked to be buried beside his father in St Lawrence's church in the Old Jewry, City of London,[13] and made his mother his executor, instructing her to sell his manor of Ingham, Norfolk.[14] William eventually succeeded to Blickling and other estates of his father's. He was admitted to the Mercers' Company in 1472, and (by special admission) to Lincoln's Inn in 1473.[15]

In the mid-1440s Sir Thomas Hoo received the lordship of Hastings, the Garter, and his baronial title, and made his second marriage. He then secured his various manors to his own heirs and those of his younger half-brother, Thomas Hoo Esquire.[16] Lord Hoo and Hastings died in 1455:[17] his brother settled the manor and advowson of Mulbarton, Norfolk on Geoffrey and Anne Boleyn, and when Anne died a widow in 1484 they descended to Sir William, who presented to the joint rectoriate of Mulbarton cum Keningham in 1494, 1497 and 1500.[18] In 1487, on the death of Thomas Hoo, Esq., without issue, then by a feoffment made in 1473 (and not as heir general) William Boleyn became seised of the manor of Offeley St Leger in Offeley and Cokernhoe, Hertfordshire, and others in Sussex.[19]

Boleyn was created a Knight of the Bath at the Coronation of Richard III in 1483.[14][20] In August of that year the Duke of Norfolk, Lord High Admiral, constituted Sir William his deputy for all the coasts of Norfolk and Suffolk, for life.[21] He was charged by Henry VII with responsibility for the beacons which were used to warn in the event of an attack on English shores.[22] He served (as of Hever Castle) as High Sheriff of Kent in 1489[23] and was High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk in 1500.
His will was proved in 1505,[25] in which he requested to be buried in Norwich Cathedral beside the grave of his mother Dame Anne Boleyn, and bestowed his various manors in Norfolk, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Kent.[14] Sir William was a considerable benefactor to the fabric of Norwich Cathedral, to adorning the arches in the choir, where his arms were displayed in various places. His arms also appear in St Gregory's church, Norwich, and his house was adjacent to that of Sir Miles Stapleton's. His tomb slab in the Cathedral as seen by Blomefield in 1743 was on the south side on the presbytery steps, and had been despoiled of its brasses, but formerly bore the inscription "Hic jacet Corpus Willelmi Boleyn Militis, qui obijt X Octobris Anno Dni: MoCCCCCovo, Cuius anime propicietur Deus Amen." The heraldry displayed on this stone was as follows:


Children from this marriage were:

   224    i. Jane BULLEN [120930] was born about 1475 and died after 1521. Another name for Jane was Jane BOLEYN.

   225    ii. Anne BULLEN [120929] was born on 18 Nov 1475 and died on 31 Oct 1479 at age 3. Another name for Anne was Anne BOLEYN.

   226    iii. Earl [1st] Thomas BULLEN `of Wiltshire [120931] was born about 1477 and died on 12 Mar 1538 aged about 61. Another name for Thomas was Earl [1st] Thomas BOLEYN of Wiltshire.

   227    iv. John BULLEN [120932] died in 1484 and was buried in Blickling Norfolk England. Another name for John was John BOLEYN.

   228    v. Anthony BULLEN [120933] died on 30 Sep 1493 and was buried in Blickling Norfolk England. Another name for Anthony was Anthony BOLEYN.

   229    vi. Alice BULLEN [120934] was born about 1478 and died on 1 Nov 1538 aged about 60. Another name for Alice was Alice BOLEYN.

+ 230    vii. Lady Margaret BULLEN Sackville [120893] was born about 1479 in Blickling Norfolk England and died in Dec 1556 in Withyham Chiddingley Sussex England aged about 77.

   231    viii. Archdeacon William BULLEN of Winchester [120935] was born about 1481 and died about 1551 aged about 70. Another name for William was William BOLEYN.

   232    ix. Anne BULLEN [120936] was born about 1483 and died on 6 Jan 1555 aged about 72. Another name for Anne was Anne BOLEYN.

   233    x. Sir James BULLEN [120937] was born about 1485 and died on 5 Dec 1561 aged about 76. Another name for James was Sir James BOLEYN.

   234    xi. Sir Edward BULLEN [120938] was born about 1486. Another name for Edward was Sir Edward BOLEYN.

218. Sir John STANLEY Kt. of Melling [122871] (Sir John STANLEY of Weaver & Over Alderly209, 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 about 1450 in Weaver Cheshire England and died on 20 Nov 1508 in Melling Lancashire England aged about 58.

John married Elizabeth HARRINGTON [122870]. Elizabeth was born in 1456 in Hornby Lancashire England and died in 1515 in Melling Lancashire England at age 59.

Children from this marriage were:

   235    i. Margaret STANLEY [122874] was born about 1490 in Hornby Lancashire England and died in 1549 aged about 59.

   236    ii. Jane STANLEY [122875] was born in 1500 in Melling Lancashire England and died on 19 Aug 1587 in Lancashire England at age 87.

   237    iii. Anne STANLEY [122876] was born in 1505 in Lancaster Lancashire England.

219. Joan TROUTBECK [81780] (Margaret STANLEY210, 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 1459.

Joan married Sir William GRIFFITHS [81779]. William died in 1482.

Noted events in his life were:

Residence: Penrhyn Deudraeth Merioneth Wales.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 238    i. Sir William GRIFFITHS [81778] was born in 1475 and died in 1531 at age 56.


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