pages 260-9 in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

ESTE - Marcheses

 

RICHBALD

                BONIFACIO I, a Merovingian Frank, d bef 785

                                BONIFACIO II, Conte di Liguria & Lucca, d bef 823

                                                BONIFACIO III

 

BONIFACIO III, Contes di Lucca, Marchese of Tuscany

                ADALBERTO I

 

ADALBERTO I, Conte di Lucca, Marchese of Tuscany, d 889, m 2ndly ROTHIEDA, dau of GUIDO I, Duke of Spoleto (see under Spoleto for ancestors)

                BONIFACIO IV

 

BONIFACIO IV, Marchese of Tuscany, alive 894-900

                ADALBERTO III

 

ADALBERTO III, Marchese of Tuscany, d 915

                ALBERTO AZZO (OBERTO)

 

ALBERTO AZZO (OBERTO), Marchese d’Este, (received Este from Emperor OTTO “the Great” 912, d 975, m GUILLA of Spoleto (see under Spoleto for ancestors)

                OBERTO I

 

HUMBERT (OBERTO I), Conte di Genoa & Tortone, Marchese d’Este, Count Palatine 960,  b 947, d 1014, m RAILENDE

                ALBERTO AZZO I

                BERTHA, m ODALRICO MANFRIDO II, Margrave of Turin and Susa (see under Turin & Susa

                                for descendants)

 

ALBERTO AZZO I, Marchese d’Este, b ca 970, d ca 1029, m 1stly VALDRADA (Adela) dau of PIETRO CANDIANO IV, Doge of Venice (see under Venice for ancestors)

                ALBERTO AZZO II

 

ALBERTO AZZO II, Marchese d’Este and Liguria, b 997, d 1097 aged 100, m 1stly CUNIGUNDE dau of GWELF II, Count of Altdorf (see under Bavaria for ancestors)

                GWELF IV, Duke of Bavaria (see under Bavaria for descendants)

                GISELA, m ANSELMO I, Marchese di Savona (see under Savona for descendants)

ALBERTO 2ndly m Gersendis, dau of HERBERT “Wake-Dog” Comte de Maine

                Ugo (Hugh) V tried unsuccessfully to establish himself in France

                FOLCO

 

FOLCO, Marchese d’Este, d 1136

                OBIZZO I

 

OBIZZO I, Marchese d’Este, d 1193

                AZZO V (dvp), m heiress of Ferrara

 

AZZO V

                AZZO VI

 

AZZO (AZZOLINI) VI, Marchese d’Este, Signore de Ferrara, d 1212, 1stly m ALDOBRANDESCHI

                ALDOBRANDINO II

                                BEATRIX, d 1245, m as 3rd wife of ANDREAS (ANDREW) II, King of Hungary (1205-35) – see under Hungary for descendants

AZZO 2ndly m Eleonore de Savoie

                Beata Beatrix

AZZO 3rdly m ALISIA of Antioch

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AZZO VII, re-aquired power in Ferrara 1240, d 1264

                OBIZZO II

 

OBIZZO II, created perpetual Lord of Ferrara (1264-93), Lord of Modena 1288 and of Reggio 1289

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Anon

Nicolò II the Lame, Lord of Ferrara (1361-88), built Este Castle

ALBERTO V

 

ALBERTO V, Lord of Ferrara (1388-93)

                NICOLÒ III

 

NICOLÒ III, Lord of Ferrara (1393-1441)

                Ugo, beheaded for adultery with father’s 2nd wife

NICOLÒ III, 2ndly m Parisina Malatesta, beheaded for adultery with stepson Ugo

NICOLÒ III, also had illeg sons

                Leonello, succeeded as Lord of Ferrara (1441-50)

                                Nicolò, unsuccessfully tried to usurp the Duchy from ERCOLE I

                Borso, made Duke of Modena and Reggio 1452 and Duke of Ferrara 1471

                ERCOLE I, a half-brother

 

ERCOLE I, 2nd Duke of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio (1471-1505), m LEONORA, dau of the King of Naples

                ALFONSO

                Lucrezia, m Annibale Bentivoglio of Bologna

                Isabella, m Francesco Gonzaga of Mantua

                Beatrice, m Ludovico Sforza of Milan

 

ALFONSO, 3rd Duke of Ferrara (1505-34), lost Modena 1510 and Reggio 1512, but recovered Reggio 1523 and Modena 1527, 1stly m Anna Sforza of Milan

ALFONSO, 2ndly m as 3rd husband of  LUCREZIA BORGIA, b 1480, d in childbirth 1514, illeg dau of RODRIGO BORGIA (Pope ALEXANDER VI) by his mistress VANOZZA CATANEI XE "Pope Alexander VI"  XE "Lucrezia Borgia"  (see under Borgia for ancestors)

                ERCOLE II

                Ippolito II Cardinal d’Este & Archbishop of Milan, b 1509, d 1572

                Alessandro (1) Este, b & d 1505

Alessandro (2) Este, b 1514 & d 1515

Leonora, b 1515, d 1575

Francesco, b 1516, d 1578

Isabella Maria, b & d 1519

ALFONSO also had a lover LAURA EUSTOCHIA DIANTI, by who he had children who were ancestors of later Dukes of Modena and Reggio

 

ERCOLE II, 4th Duke of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio (1534-59), m RENÉE, dau of King LOUIS XII of France

                Alfonso II, 5th and last Duke of Ferrara, b 1533, d 1597, had 3 marriages but no children

 

ESTOUTEVILLE

 

HUGH de TALBOT, Seigneur de Cléuville, m MARIE de Meulan

                JEANNE de TALBOT m ROBERT I d’ESTOUTEVILLE

 

ROBERT I, Seigneur d’ESTOUTEVILLE, a companion of the Conqueror, d ca 1090, m JEANNE de TALBOT

                ROBERT II d’ESTOUTEVILLE

  

ROBERT II d’ESTOUTEVILLE, d a prisoner ca 1106, m BLANCHE de RIEUX dau of QUESNOC de RIEUX

                ROBERT de STUTEVILLE

 

ROBERT de STUTEVILLE, m SIBYL de VALOGNES (see under Valognes for ancestors)

                ROBERT

                WILLIAM (see below)

 

ROBERT de STUTEVILLE, d ca 1183, m HELEWISE (EMMA) dau of RICHARD MALEBISSE and widow of Robert de Meinhill 

                Robert de Estouteville, Lord of Knaresborough

                BURGA m WILLIAM (FITZEUSTACE) de VESCI, Sheriff of Northumberland (see under Vesci for descendants)

                HELEWISE, m WILLIAM de LANCASTER (see under Lancaster for descendants)

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WILLIAM de STUTEVILLE, d 1202, m BERTHA dau of Sir GÉRARD de GLANVILLE (see under Glanville for ancestors)

                NICHOLAS

                JOAN, m HUGH WAKE (see under Wake for descendants)

 

EU - Comtes

 

GEOFFREY (Godfrey), eldest illegitimate son of RICHARD I, Duke of Normandy, made Comte d’Eu, d ca 996

                GILBERT CRISPIN, Comte de Brionne, his successor

                ADELA, m NIEL III de St. SAUVEUR (see under St. Sauveur for descendants)

 

GILBERT, Comte d’Eu, d ca 1040, deprived of the title (see below)

                RICHARD de CLARE, a companion of the Conqueror (see under Clare for descendants)

                BALDWIN de BRION (Meules), a companion of the Conqueror (see under Brionne for descendants)

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GUILLAUME, d ca 1054, an illegitimate son of Duke RICHARD I of Normandy whom his half-brother Duke RICHARD II made Comte d’Exmesin (or Hiemaes). Subsequently, after rebelling against his half-brother Duke Richard II, he was gaoled and then made Comte d’Eu, of which his nephew GILBERT (see above), ancestor of the de Clare’s had recently been deprived. GUILLAUME, m LESCELINE, dau of TURKETIL, Seigneur de Turgueville, who had been his gaoler (see under Turgueville for ancestors) 

                ROBERT (see below)

                Hugh, Bishop of Lisieux (1049-77)

                GUILLAUME BUSAC d’Eu

                HUGH TALEBOTH (see under Talbot for descendants)

 

GUILLAUME BUSAC d’Eu, d 1099, jure uxoris Comte de Soissons when he m ADA (AELIS) de Soissons (see under Soissons for ancestors)

                AGNES, m HERVÉ, Baron de Montmorenci (see under Montmorenci for descendants)

                LITHUISE, m 1stly GEOFFREY III, d 1157, Baron de Donzy (see under Donzy for descendants).She 2ndly m MILO I “le Grand”, Seigneur de Montlhéri (see under

                     Montlhéri for descendants)

                RAINTRUDE, m RAOUL I de Neslé (see under Neslé for descendants)

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ROBERT I, Comte d’Eu, (see above) d 1091/93, fought at Hastings and was given the Honour (or Rape) of Hastings, m BEATRICE whose sister had a son William of Aldrie

                Son 1 d young

                GUILLAUME II

                CONDOR VAGENA, m FULK “Taillefer”, Comte d’Angoulême (see under Angoulême for descendants)

 

GUILLAUME II, Comte d’Eu and Lord of Hastings, rebelled in 1088 & 1095. In 1096 found guilty of treason and  blinded at the insistence of his brother-in-law HUGH de Meschines, was also castrated before execution. He 1stly m HELISENDE, sister of HUGH de Meschines, Earl of Chester (see under Meschines for ancestors)

                Henri I, Comte d’Eu, d 1140, m 1stly Maud; he 2ndly m Hermentrude: he 3rdly m Margaret, dau of Guillaume de Champagne (brother of King STEPHEN)

                Jean I, Comte d’Eu and Lord of Hastings, d after 1189, m Adelise, dau of William d’Aubigny  (see under Albini for ancestors)

                                Henri II, Comte d’Eu, d 1183

                                                Raoul I, Comte d’Eu, d 1186

Alice, his heir, Comtesse d’Eu m Raoul de Lusignan of Exoudoun, Comte de La Marche (yngr son of Hugues VIII, Seigneur de Lusignan) who jure uxoris became also Comte

         d’Eu. Their dau m as 2nd wife of WILLIAM de HASTINGS

                LITHUISE, m GEOFFROI III, Baron de Donzy (see under Donzy for descendants)

GUILLAUME II 2ndly m Beatrice, sister of Roger de Builly, Lord of Tickhill

 

ÉVREUX - Comtes (See also under D’Évereux)

     

ROBERT, Comte d’Évreux, Archbishop of Rouen (989, exiled 1028, recalled 1030, d 1037), illegitimate son of RICHARD I, Duke of Normandy (see under Normandy for ancestors) by his mistress HERLÉVE

                RICHARD

                Ralph de Gacé, killed Comte GILBERT de Brionne in 1041 (chief tutor to the young WILLIAM I), and then abducted the young WILLIAM

                William Werlenc, Comte de Mortaigne

 

RICHARD, Comte d’Évreux, d 1067, m ADELAIDE, widow of ROGER de TOSNI and dau of RAMÓN BORREL I, Conde de Barcelona (see under Barcelona for ancestors) 

                Guillaume, Comte d’Évreux, at Battle of Hastings 1066, d 1118

                AGNES d’Évreux, d 1086, m as 3rd wife of SIMON I de Montfort, Seigneur de Montfort-l’Amauri (see under Montfort for descendants)

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PHILIPPE III, Comte d’Évreux, de jure King of Navarre (1328-43) m JEANNE II, Queen of Navarre (see under Navarre for descendants)

 

EWYAS

 

DREUX, Comte d’Amiens & Vexin (1027-35) - see under Vexin for ancestors, died while with Duke ROBERT I of Normandy in the Holy Land, m as 1st husband of GODGIFU (GODA), dau of King AETHELRED II and sister to King Edward III the Confessor (see under England, Kings, for ancestors)

                Walter III, Comte de Mantes

                RALPH

                ADÉLE, m ALBERIC de Coucy (see under Coucy for descendants)

 

RALPH “the Timid”, Earl of Hereford, m as 2nd husband of GYTHA, dau of OSGOD CLOPA and widow of Tofig “the Proud”

                HAROLD de Ewyas of Sudeley, Toddington & Chilvers Cotan

 

HAROLD de Ewyas, b ca 1050, m 1stly dau & heir of Alured of Marlborough, Domesday holder of Ewyas. He 2ndly m MAUD d’Avranches (see under Avranches for ancestors)

                ROBERT

                JOHN de SUDELEY (see under Sudeley and Tracy for descendants)

 

ROBERT de Ewyas m SIBYL

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT de EWYAS, d 1195, m PETRONILLA

                SIBYL, m ROBERT de TREGOZ (see under Tregoz for descendants). She m 3rdly as 2nd wife of ROGER CLIFFORD (see under Clifford for descendants)

 

EXETER - Dukes (See under Beaufort & Holland)

 

FALAISE

 

AMELIN de FALAISE

                Geoffrey de Falaise, alive 1075

                WALTER

 

WALTER de FALAISE, m dau and heir of GUITMOND, Baron de Molines  

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de MOLINES (de FALAISE), d 1100, in 1086 held Barony of Darlingon and 29 Lordships, m dau of SERLO de Burcy

                SIBYL his co-heir, m BALDWIN de BOULERS, Lord of Montgomery (see under Boulers for descendants)

                Another dau  & co-heir was ancestor of the Moleyns (see under Moleyns for descendants)

 

FALKENBERG - Comtes de St. Omer, Princes of Galilee  

 

HUGUES FALKENBERG, Comte de St.Omer, Seigneur de Tiberias, eldest stepson of RAYMOND of Tripoli, succeeded TANCRED as Prince of Galilee, m MARGARET of Ibelin, dau of MARÍA COMNENA (see under Ibelin for ancestors)

                ESCHIVA, m GUILLAUME I, Seigneur de Bures (see under Bures for descendants)

                Son

                                WALTER

 

GAUTIER (WALTER) FALKENBERG, Comte de St. Omer, Prince of Galilee (1158-72), m ESCHIVA de Bures (who 2ndly m RAYMOND III, Comte de Tripoli)  

                Hugues II, Prince of Galilee (1172-1204)

                Guillaume

                Otto

                RAOUL (RALPH) - see under Galilee for descendants

 

FAUCIGNY - Seigneurs

 

EMERARD (AIMERAUD) I de Faucigny

                EMERARD II de Faucigny, d 1030, m ALGERT

                                LOUIS

 

LOUIS, Seigneur de Faucigny, d 1060, m 2ndly as 2nd husband of TETBURGE, dau of Emperor RUDOLPH of Germany (see under Germany and Oeningen for ancestors). She 3rdly m GEROLD I, Comte de Genève

                GUILLAUME

 

GUILLAUME, Seigneur de Faucigny, d ca 1118, m UTILIE

                RUDOLPH, Seigneur de Faucigny, d 1125

                                AIMON, Seigneur de Faucigny, d 1178, m CLEMENTIA

                                                GUILLAUME

                                                BEATRICE, m GUILLAUME I, Comte de Genève (see under Genève for descendants)

 

GUILLAUME de Faucigny, c 1202, m BEATRICE

                MARGUERITE, m TOMASSO, Comte de Savoie (see under Savoie for descendants)

 


 

FAUCONBERG - Barons

 

Henry de Fauconberg (sic), held Manor of Cukeney, Notts, for shoeing King WILLIAM’s horses

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WALTER de FALKENBERG (probably from the family Comtes de St. Omer, see under Falkenberg), m AGNES d’ARCHES, dau of ADAM II de BRUS, Lord of Skelton (d 1164) and his wife IVETTA d’ARCHES (see under Brus for ancestors)

                PETER

 

PETER de FALKENBERG

                William

                WALTER

                Stephen, m Petronil, a dau and co-heir of SIMON FITZSIMON

 

WALTER de FALKENBERG, m AGNES, another dau and co-heir of SIMON FITZSIMON by ISABEL his wife, dau of THOMAS de CUKENEY, founder of Welbeck Abbey and possibly a descendant of Henry de Falkenberg 

                PETER

 

PETER de FALKENBERG

                WALTER

                Henry de Fauconberg

      William, m Isabel, dau of RICHARD de GREY of Codnor (see under Grey, Barons of Rotherfield for ancestors)

 

WALTER de FAUCONBERG (sic) of Ryse, d 1303, summoned to Parliament as a Baron 1295, m AGNES, dau and co-heir of Peter de Brus

                WALTER

 

WALTER de FAUCONBERG, 2nd Baron, m ISABEL, dau of ROBERT, 1st Baron ROS (see under Ros for ancestors)

                WALTER

 

WALTER de FAUCONBERG, 3rd Baron, d 1318, m ANASTASIA, dau of RANDOLPH de NEVILLE, 1st Lord NEVILLE of Raby (see under Neville for ancestors). Her father was accused of incest with her.

                JOHN

 

JOHN de FAUCONBERG, 4th Baron, d 1349

                WALTER

 

WALTER de FAUCONBERG, 5th Baron, d 1362, 1stly m MAUD, dau of JOHN, Lord PATESHULL

                THOMAS

                Roger, d young

                Walter

                ROGER de FAUCONBERG of Holme, m MARGARET, dau of ROBERT D’ARCY of Flixburgh (see under D’Arcy for ancestors)

          WALTER (see below)

WALTER, 5th Baron, 2ndlt m Isabel, sister of John Bigot (?Bigod)

 

THOMAS de FAUCONBERG, 6th Baron, d 1376, m JOANE de BROMFLETE (see under Bromflete for ancestors)

JOAN, m WILLIAM, son of RALPH, 4th Lord NEVILLE, Earl of Westmoreland (see under Neville for decendants)

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WALTER de FAUCONBERG of Whittor (see above), son of ROGER of Holme, m MAUD

                Roger, dsp

                Margaret, m John Constable of Holme

                Isabel, m Edmund Perchay of Ryton

                Constance, d unmrrd

 

 FAY

 

RALPH de FAYE, son of AIMERI I, Vicomte de Châtellerault (see under Châtellerault for ancestors) had estates in Surrey 1156

                John

                MAUD, m WILLIAM de BRAOSE, who perished of starvation with his mother at Windsor (see under Braose for descendants)

                dau, m as 2nd wife of ROGER de CLARE, 3rd Earl of Hertford

                dau, m Richard Longsépée, Canon of Salisbury

 

FERRERS - Barons of Chartley & Groby, Earls of Derby

 

WALCHELINE (Walkelin) de FERIERS, Seigneur de Ferrières St. Hilaire in Normandy, killed HUGH de MONTFORT in a duel. 

                HENRI de FERIERS

 

HENRI de FERIERS, fought at Hastings, given Tutbury Castle and 114 manors in Derbyshire by the Conqueror, one of the Domesday Survey Commissioners, m BERTA

                Egenulph, dvp

                William, dvp

                ROBERT de FERRERS

                GUNDREDA, m ROBERT le BLOUNT, Commander of the Conqueror’s ships (see under Blount for descendants)

                Emmeline

                HAWISE, m RICHARD de WELLES, Lord of Welbec, Notts  

 

ROBERT de FERRERS, Comte de Ferrières, created Earl of Derby, d 1139, m HAWISE

                William, dsp

                ROBERT de FERRERS

                Walcheline of Okeham

                Isolda, m Stephen de Beauchamp

                Maud, 1st wife of BERTRAM de VERDON

 

ROBERT de FERRERS, Comte de Ferrières & 2nd Earl of Derby, alive 1141

                WILLIAM de FERRERS

                PETRONILLA, m HERVEY de STAFFORD (see under Stafford for descendants)

 

WILLIAM de FERRERS, Comte de Ferrières & 3rd Earl of Derby, dead 1160, m MARGARET, dau and heir of WILLIAM Peverell of Nottingham (see under Peverell for ancestors)

                ROBERT de FERRERS

                Walcheline de Ferrers, Lord of Eggington, m Goda, dau of Robert de Tosni

                Isabel, m as 2nd wife of REYNOLD I de MOHUN

 

ROBERT de FERRERS, 4th Earl of Derby, m SIBILLA, dau of WILLIAM de BRAOSE, Lord of Abergavenny (see under Braose for ancestors). She 2ndly m as 2nd wife of ADAM de PORT XE "PORT"

                WILLIAM, his successor

                MILICENT, m ROGER de MORTIMER, Lord of Wigmore (see under Mortimer for descendants)

                AGATHA, a concubine of King JOHN (see under England, Kings, for her descendants)

                Alianore, m as 2nd wife of ROBERT, 1st Baron FitzWALTER  

 

WILLIAM de FERRERS, 5th Earl of Derby, d 1247, m AGNES, Lady of Chartley, 3rd dau & co-heir of HUGH, Earl of Chester

                WILLIAM

                Thomas Ferrers of Chartley

                Hugh Ferrers of Bugbrooke

 

WILLIAM de FERRERS, 6th Earl of Derby, d 1254, m SIBYL MARSHAL (see under Marshal for ancestors)

                MAUD, 2ndly m REGINALD FITZPIERS (see under FitzHerbert for descendants)

                JANE (JOAN), m in 1267 THOMAS de BERKELEY (see under Berkeley for descendants)

                + 5 other daus

WILLIAM 2ndly m MARGARET, Lady of Groby, dau of ROGER de QUINCI, Earl of Winchester (see under Quinci for ancestors)

                ROBERT

                WILLIAM FERRERS of Groby (see below)

                MARGARET, m as 2nd wife of THOMAS “the Wise”, 1st Baron BERKELEY (see under Berkeley for descendants)

WILLIAM 3rdly m ALICE de MESCHINES (see under Meschines for ancestors)

                SIBYL, m JOHN VIPONT (see under Vipont for descendants)

                Isabel, m as 2nd wife of Sir REYNOLD de MOHUN of Dunster, Earl of Somerset

 

ROBERT FERRERS, 7th Earl of Derby, d 1279, m 1stly Marie, dau of Hugues XI, Comte de la Marche.  XE "La MARCHE - Comtes" He 2ndly m ALIANORE, dau of HUMPHREY de BOHUN (see under Bohun for ancestors)

                JOHN

 

JOHN de FERRERS, b 1271, d 1312, summoned to Parliament 1299 as Baron FERRERS of Chartley, m HAWYSE, Lady of Chartley, dau & heir of Sir ROBERT de MUSCEGROS of Chartley

                John, dsp 1324

                ROBERT

                Perronelle, m Richard de Monmouth

                Alianore, m Thomas de Latham

 

ROBERT, 2nd Baron FERRERS of Chartley, d 1350, m AGNES, dau of HUMPHREY de BOHUN, Earl of Hereford (see under Bohun for ancestors)

                JOHN

                ROBERT, 1st Baron Ferrers of Wemme

 

JOHN, 3rd Baron FERRERS of Chartley, d 1367, m ELIZABETH, widow of Fulke, Lord Strange of Blackmere, and dau of RALPH, 1st Earl of Stafford (see under Stafford for ancestors) 

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT, 4th Baron FERRERS of Chartley, d 1412/13, m MARGARET, dau of EDWARD, Baron le DESPENSER (see under Despenser for ancestors)

                Philippa, m Sir Thomas Green of Boughton

                EDMUND

                Thomas

                Edward

 

EDMUND, 5th Baron FERRERS of Chartley, d 1435/6, m ELEANOR, dau & heir of THOMAS de la ROCHE by his wife ELIZABETH de BERMINGHAM 

WILLIAM

Edmund

John

 

WILLIAM, 6th Baron, d 1450, m ELIZABETH, dau of Sir HAMON BELKNAP

                ANNE, m WALTER DEVEREUX, jure uxoris Baron FERRERS of Chartley 1461  (see under Devereux for descendants)

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WILLIAM FERRERS of Groby, yngst son of WILLIAM FERRERS, 6th Earl of Derby (see above), b ca 1240, d 1287/8, m 1stly ANNE (JOANNE), dau of Sir HUGH le DESPENSER (see under Despenser for ancestors) by ALICE, dau & heir of Sir PHILIP BASSET

                WILLIAM

                Anne, m John, Lord Grey of Wilton

WILLIAM 2ndly m Alianore, dau of Sir MATTHEW de LOVAINE of Little Easton. After her husband’s death she was abducted by and 2ndly m Sir William de Douglas. She 3rdly m Sir William Bagot.

 

WILLIAM de FERRERS of Groby, b 1271/2, d 1324/5, summoned to Parliament 1299 as Baron FERRERS of Groby, m ELLEN (?MARGARET), dau of JOHN, 2nd Lord SEGRAVE (see under Segrave for ancestors) by CHRISTINE, dau of Sir HUGH de PLESSY

                HENRY

                Thomas

                ANNE, m EDWARD le DESPENSER of Buckland (see under Despenser for descendants)

 

HENRY, 2nd Lord FERRERS of Groby, d 1342/3, owned Manor of Newport, Essex, m ISABEL, 4th dau & co-heiress of Sir THEOBALD de VERDON (see under Verdon for ancestors) by his 2nd wife ELIZABETH, dau of GILBERT de CLARE, Earl of Gloucester and Hereford

                WILLIAM

                Ralph, m Joan, widow of Sir William Harcourt and dau of Richard, Lord Grey of Codnor

                Philippa, m Guy de Beauchamp, son & heir of Thomas, Earl of Warwick

                Elizabeth, m David, Earl of Atholl

 

WILLIAM, 3rd Lord FERRERS of Groby, b 1332/3, d 1370/1, m 1stly MARGARET, 3rd dau of ROBERT d’UFFORD, Earl of Suffolk (see under Ufford for ancestors) by MARGARET, dau of Sir WALTER de NORWICH

                HENRY

                Elizabeth, a nun

                MARGARET, m THOMAS BEAUCHAMP (see under Beauchamp for descendants)

 

HENRY, 4th Lord FERRERS of Groby, b 1355/6, d 1388, 2ndly m MARGARET, widow of Sir Robert d’Umfraville, Earl of Angus and dau of  HENRY, Baron PERCY of Alnwick (see under Percy for ancestors)

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM, 5th Lord FERRERS of Groby, d 1445, m 1stly PHILIPPA, dau of ROGER, Lord CLIFFORD by MATILDA, dau of THOMAS BEAUCHAMP, Earl of Warwick 

                HENRY

                Thomas of Tamworth, m Elizabeth, dau of Sir Baldwin Frevile

                John

                Edmund of St. Albans

WILLIAM, 2ndly m Margaret, dau of John Montagu, Earl of Salisbury

 

HENRY, dvp 1394, m ISABEL, eldest dau of THOMAS MOWBRAY, Duke of Norfolk. She 2ndly m James, Lord Berkeley 

                ELIZABETH, m 1stly Sir Edward Grey (called to Parliament as Baron Ferrers of Groby), eldest son of Lord Grey of Ruthyn. She 2nd m Sir John Bourchier, 4th son of

                     Henry, Earl of Essex

 

FERTÉ (See under La Ferté)

 

FEVERSHAM - Earls (See under Brus)

 

FIENNES

 

EUSTACE I, Baron de FIENNES ca 1020, m ADÉLE dau of EVERARD de Furnes

                CONAN

 

CONAN de FIENNES m ALICE dau of LOUIS de BOURNONVILLE by SYLVIA, illegitimate dau of King WILLIAM I (see under Bournonville for ancestors)

                EUSTACE II

 

EUSTACE II de FIENNES m ANNE de Dreux (see under Dreux for ancestors)

                INGELRAM I

                Giles Fiennes of Fiennes, Artois, settled in Sussex near Herstmonceaux

 

INGELRAM I de FIENNES m SIBYL dau of FARAMUS de Tingry

                GUILLAUME I

                INGELRAM de FIENNES (see below)

 

GUILLAUME I de FIENNES, d 1241, m AGNES de DAMMARTIN (see under Dammartin for ancestors)

                INGELRAM II

 

INGELRAM II de FIENNES, d 1265, m dau of JACQUES de CONDÉ

                GUILLAUME II

 

GUILLAUME II de FIENNES, m BLANCHE de BRIENNE (see under Brienne for ancestors)

                JEAN

 

JEAN de FIENNES, m ISABELLA dau of GUY II, Comte de Flandres (see under Flanders for ancestors)

                JEANNE, m in 1314 JEAN de Châtillon, Comte de St Pol (see under Châtillon for descendants)

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INGELRAM de FIENNES (see above)

                MAUD m HUMPHREY de BOHUN, Earl of Hereford and Essex (see under Bohun for descendants)

                WILLIAM de FIENNES

 

WILLIAM de FIENNES m JOAN, dau of Sir GEOFFREY de SAYE (see under Saye and Sele for ancestors)

                MARGARET, m Sir EDMUND MORTIMER, Lord of Wigmore (see under Mortimer for descendants)

                JOAN, m JOHN, 1st Lord WAKE, d 1300 (see under Wake for descendants)

 

FIFE - Earls

 

GILLIEMICHAEL MacDUFF, Mormaer of Fife, d mid 1130s

                ETE, m GARTNACH, Mormaer of Buchan 1115

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CONSTANTINE MacDUFF, 2nd Earl of Fife, d ca 1129

                GILLEMICHEL

 

GILLEMICHEL MacDUFF, 3rd Earl of Fife

                son

                                son

                                                MALCOLM

 

MALCOLM MacDUFF, Earl of Fife, m HELEN, (see under Wales, Princes and Kings, for ancestors) dau of LLEWELYN, Prince of North Wales. She 2ndly m DONALD, 5th Earl of Mar (1281-97) 

                DUNCAN

 

DUNCAN MacDUFF, Earl of Fife

                ISABEL, m JOHN COMYN “the Red Comyn”, 3rd Earl of Buchan (see under Cumyn for descendants). King EDWARD I had her confined in an iron cage at Berwick

                     Castle.

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MacDuff, 8th Earl of Fife XE "MacDuff - Earls of Fife"

                Elizabeth (Isabel) MacDuff, Countess of Fife, m 1stly anon, she m 2ndly Walter Stewart, dsp 1362, jure  uxoris Earl of Fife, 2nd son of King ROBERT II; she also married

                     twice more  

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