A Grandchild's Heritage - Fitzalan Line


A Grandchild's Heritage

The Fitzalan Line
Fitzalan Family Coat of Arms
Fitzalan Family Coat of Arms

Lineage = Fitzalan -> Strange -> Talbot ->
Greene -> Dyer -> Card -> Wilcox -> Saunders -> Barbé

Other lines directly linked to Fitzalan through their wives are Aubigny, Warenne, Despenser & Mortimer

Footnotes are indicated by numbers in [red].

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The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 1

Alan of Dol


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 2

Flaald of Dol


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 3

Alan FitzFlaald
d 1114

He married - Aveline de Hesdin~


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 4

William Fitzalan
b 1105
d 1210

He married - Helen Peverel~


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 5

John Fitzalan Lord of Clune and Oswestry
d 1172

He married - Isabel de Say Lady of Clune~
d c1139


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 6

John Fitzalan Lord of Arundel; Lord of Clune and Oswestry, Salop [rt1][rt9;149-27]
b c1164 of Clune and Oswestry
RESIDENCE: of Arundel, SUS, ENG
d 1239/1240

He married Isabel d'Aubigny of Arundel
[rt1][rt9;149-27] B&B LINK
b c1190
d BEF 1240


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 7

John Fitz Alan 5th Earl of Arundel
[rt1][rt9;149-28] b 1223
d 1267

He married Maud de Verdon
[rt1][rt9;149-28]
d 1283


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 8

John FitzAlan 6th Earl of Arundel Lord of Clun [rt1,4][rt9;149-29] B&B LINK b 14 Sep 1246
d 18 Mar 1271/1272

He married Isabella de Mortimer
[rt1,4][rt9;28-30] HS LINK
RES ENG & WALES
b c1248, Wigmore, Herefordshire, England
d aft 1300


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The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 9

Sir Richard FitzAlan 7th Earl of Arundel 1289
[rt1,5][rt9;28-31] Knight
M.P. 1295
b 3 Feb 1266/67
d 9 Mar 1301/02

He married bef 1285 Alesia of Saluzzo % ALICE; Alasia HS LINK [rt1,5][rt9;28-31]
RES: Italy & ENG
b Italy
d 25 Sep 1292, England


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 10

Sir Edmund Fitzalan 8th Earl of Arundel
[1,5,7,8][rt9;28-32] Knight
knighted 22 May 1285; M.P. 1306; Baron Of Oswestry, Co. Salop, Baron Of Clun-(Charlemagne)
b 1 May 1285, Marlborough Castle, Sussex, England
d 17 Nov 1326, (Beheaded) Herefordshire,England

m 1305

Lady Alice de Warenne
[1,7,8][rt9;60-31;83-30] B&B LINK
Heiress of Surrey
b c1290, Warren, Sussex, England
d BEF 23 May 1338


The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 11

Sir Richard "Copped Hat" FitzAlan 9th Earl of Arundel
[rt9;28-33;60-32][S418] [S504] [S790] [S810] [S1033] [S1531] Knight
Earl of Warenne; Earl of Surrey; Admiral Of The West 1340-41 - Descendant Of King Henry III
b 1306/ABT 1313, Castle, Sussex, ENG
d 24 Jan 1375/76, Castle, Sussex, ENG
BUR: Lewes Priory, Lewes, Sussex

He married (1) 9 Feb 1320/21 Isabel Le Despencer of Loughborough ABT 1312 - ____ [rt9;8-31][S504] [S810] [S1531] B&B LINK HS LINK
m 9 Feb 1320/21, Kings Chapel, Havering-Atte-Bo, Essex, ENG
ANNULMENT: 4 Dec 1344


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The Fitzalan Line
Generation No. 12

Lady Mary FitzAlan of Arundel [rt9;8-32][S810] HS LINK b c1330
d 1361/29 Aug 1363/1396

She married John Le Strange 4th Baron Strange of Blackmere; Lord of Blackmere
[rt9;8-32][S810]
b 1322/1330/1332
d 12 MAY 1361



Notes:

Per Jeff Snavely [SMTP:[email protected]] I have the root of the FitzAlan family as Alan le Senescal of Dol, Dapifer of Dol, Norman Baron of Shropshire. The family is said to be "descended from the old Armorican Counts of Dol and Dinan, a race whose origin is lost in the mists of antiquity. They are generally believed to have been the descendants and representatives of the ancient patriarchal rulers of Armorica in the time of Julius C‘sar." [The Story of the Stewarts by the Stewart Society] The descendants of this Alan's grandson Ala(i)n fitz Flaald is where one branch became the FitzAlan Family, Earls of Arundel, and another branch became the Stewart/Stuart family, High Stewards of Scotland and later Kings of Scotland (Kings of Scots) among other lines with various lesser titles.

The first Alan was Dapifer of Dol, but NOT Baron of Shropshire. It was his grandson Alan Fitz Flaald who was the first to come to England (under Henry I). He is looked at as the patriarch for three reason, I would guess. First, he was the point at which the two main families of descendants, the Fitz Alana and Sewarts, diverged. Second, he was the first of the family in England, and Third, and most importantly, until the work of Round early in this century, he was the earliest person to whom the family could be traced. taf

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Sources:

[rt1] Reference Texts

[www1] WWW References

[hs1] Prof. Dr. Herbert Stoyan references

[S418] Bonner & Bass references - change ending of URL below to find the source. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/myff/sources/sou0003.html#S418


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