Ancestors of Amy Russell Tolbert

Ancestors of Amy Russell Tolbert



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Brecc Na Munster Of The Dessi




Husband Brecc Na Munster Of The Dessi 1

           Born: Abt 950 - Munster, Ireland
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         Father: Artt Corp Na Munster Of The Dessi (Abt 0920-      ) 1
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1 M Muirchertach Mac Bricc, King Of The Dessi 1 2

           Born: Abt 1005 - Munster, Ireland
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           Died: 1051
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Faelan Na Munster Of The Dessi




Husband Faelan Na Munster Of The Dessi 1

           Born: Abt 890 - Munster, Ireland
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           Died: 966
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1 M Artt Corp Na Munster Of The Dessi 1

           Born: Abt 920 - Ireland
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2 F Aife Na Munster Of The Dessi 1

           Born: Abt 922 - Munster, Ireland
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         Spouse: Donnchad Na Ossory, King Of Ossory (Abt 0908-0976) 1




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Charles Clifton Ferguson and A. Cornelia DeVaney




Husband Charles Clifton Ferguson

           Born: 12 Jul 1864 - , Bledsoe, Tennessee, USA
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           Died: 13 Apr 1907
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         Father: James Schoolfield Ferguson (1839-1915) 3
         Mother: Elizabeth Durham (1837-WFT Est 1851/1931) 3


       Marriage: 24 Oct 1888 - Sheffield, Rhea County, Tennessee, USA




Wife A. Cornelia DeVaney

           Born: 28 Feb 1866 - Roane Tennessee
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           Died: 15 Jan 1918
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1 F Bertha Lee Ferguson

           Born: Oct 1889 - Tennessee, USA
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2 M Harold G. Ferguson

           Born: Jan 1893 - Tennessee, USA
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3 F Bessie May Ferguson

           Born: Oct 1895 - Tennessee, USA
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William I Longespee, Earl Salisbury Prince of England and Ela d'Everaux Fitz Patrick, Countess of Salisbury




Husband William I Longespee, Earl Salisbury Prince of England

           Born: 17 Aug 1152 - Woodstock Manor 4
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           Died: Mar 1225-1226 - Salisbury Castle, Wiltishire, Eng 4
         Buried: 7 Mar 1225-1226 - Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England


         Father: Henry II "Curt Mantel" King Of Plantagenet, King of England (1133-1189) 1 5 6 7 8
         Mother: Rosamunde "The Fair" de Clifford, Concubine (1136-1176)


       Marriage: 1198 - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England




Wife Ela d'Everaux Fitz Patrick, Countess of Salisbury

           Born:  - Amesbury, , Wiltshire, England
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           Died: 1261 - Lacock, Wiltshire, England
         Buried: 24 Aug 1261 - Lacock Abbey, Lacock, Wiltshire, England


         Father: William d'Everaux Fitz Patrick, Count (      -1118)
         Mother: Alianore (Eleanor) de Vitre (      -1232)





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1 M Stephen Longespee, Earl Ulster/Justiciar Ire

           Born: Abt 1216 - Salisbury and Wanborough, Wiltshire, England
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           Died: 23 Jan 1274-1275 - Sutton, Northamptonshire, England 9 10 11
         Buried:  - Lacock, Wiltshire, England
         Spouse: Emmeline de Ridelisford, Countess of Ulster (Abt 1216-1276)



2 M William Longespee II

           Born: 1207
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           Died: Jun 1256
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         Spouse: Idonea de Camville (Abt 1206-Between 1250/1252)




General Notes: Husband - William I Longespee, Earl Salisbury Prince of England

CONFLICT: Ancestral File 4.13 (states mother Annabel BALLIOL which is wrong mother) Ances tral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650, Frederick Lewi s Weis, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985 (states mother maybe Alix de PORHOET an unkno wn mistress) Ancestral File (Edna Anderson states mother Annabel Balliol that's an error)

OCCUPATION: Earl of Salisbury. William was natural son of Henry II by an unknown mistress, p erhaps Alix de PORHOET.MISC: William Longespee became Earl of Salisbury in right of his wife . In the beginning of King John's reign this nobleman was sheriff of Wiltshire, he was afterw ards warden of the marches of Wales, and then sheriff of the counties of Cambridge and Huntin gdon. About this period (14th John ) [1213], the baronial contest commencing, William Longesp ee at once espoused the royal cause and maintained it so stoutly that he was included by th e barons amongst the evil councillors of the crown. The next year he was again constituted sh eriff of Wilts and he held the office from that time during the remainder of his life. He ha d also a grant of the honour of Eye, in Suffolk, and was the same year a witness to the agree ment made between King John and the barons as guarantee for the former. He was likewise a wit ness to the charter whereby John resigned his kingdom to the Pope. After this we find him a p rincipal leader in the royal army until the very close of John's reign, when he swerved in hi s loyalty and joined, for a short period, the ranks of Lewis of France. Upon the accession, h owever, of Henry III [1216], he did homage to that monarch, particularly for the county of So merset, which the king then gave him; and joining with William Marshall. governor of the kin g and kingdom, raised the siege of Lincoln when he was constituted sheriff of Lincolnshire an d governor of Lincoln Castle, being invested at the same time with sheriff of the co. of Some rset, and governorship of the castle of Shirburne. His lordship soon afterwards accompanied t he Earl of Chester to the Holy Land, and was at the battle of Damieta, in which the crescen t triumphed. He served subsequently in the Gascon wars, whence returning to England, Dugdal e relates, "there arose so great a tempest at sea that, despairing of life, he threw his mone y and rich apparel overboard. But when all hopes were passed, they discerned a mighty taper o f wax burning bright at the prow of the ship and a beautiful woman standing by it who preserv ed it from wind and rain so that it gave a clear and bright lustre. Upon sight of which heave nly vision both himself and the mariners concluded of their future security, but everyone the re being ignorant what this vision might portend except the earl, he, however, attributed i t to the benignity of the blessed virgin by reason that, upon the day when he was honoured wi th the girdle of knighthood, he brought a taper to her altar to be lighted ever day at mass w hen the canonical hours used to be sung, and to the intent that, for this terrestrial light , he might enjoy that which is eternal." A rumour, however, reached England of the earls havi ng been lost, and Hubert de Burgh, with the concurrence of the king, provided a suitor for hi s supposed widow, but the lady, in the interim, having received letters from her husband, rej ected the suit with indignation. The earl soon after came to the king at Marlborough and, bei ng received with great joy, he preferred a strong complaint against Hubert de Burgh, adding t hat, unless the king would do him right therein, he should vindicate himself otherwise to th e disturbance of the public peace. Hubert, however, appeased his wrath with rich presents, an d invited him to his table, where it is asserted that he was poisoned, for he retired to hi s castle of Salisbury in extreme illness and died almost immediately after, anno 1226. His lo rdship left issue, four sons and five daus., viz., William, his successor; Richard, a canon o f Salisbury; Stephen, Justiciary of Ireland; Nicholas, bishop of Salisbury; Isabel, m. to Wil liam de Vesci; Ela, m. 1st, to Thomas, Earl of Warwick, and 2ndly to Philip Basset, of Hedend on; Idonea, m. to William de Beauchamp, Baron of Bedford; Lora, a nun at Lacock; and Ela, jun ., m. to William de Odingsells. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct P eerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883, p. 167, d'Evereux, Earls of Salisbury]

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CONFLICT: BIRTH: Some have attached William to Rosamund Clifford as that is how it is show n by Brian Tompsett at Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, although he provides the followi ng notes: "The House of Clifford, Chapter 5: Much controversy surrounds the identity of the M other of William, for Rosamund was not the king's only mistress, though there are many who be lieve she was. Those who dispute Rosamund's claim base their case on the disparity in the age s of all concerned, but there is other evidence as well which can not be ignored. Unfortunate ly, the records date neither the birth of Rosamund nor that of her father, or her reputed son s. Documents also indicate an Ida, and an Ykenai as his mother. Died on Crusade."

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William Longsword, 3rd earl of Salisbury, Longsword also spelled LONGESPE (d. March 7, 1226 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, Eng.), an illegitimate son of Henry II of England, and a prominent ba ron, soldier, and administrator under John and Henry III. He acquired his lands and title fro m Richard I, who in 1196 gave him the hand of the heiress Ela, or Isabel, daughter of William , earl of Salisbury. He held numerous official positions in England under John.

He was sent on missions to France (1202) and to Germany (1209). In 1213-14 he organized John' s Flemish allies, taking part in the destruction (1213) of the French fleet at Damme, then th e port of Bruges, and leading the right wing of the allied army at Bouvines (July 27, 1214) , where he was captured. He was exchanged and was back in England by May 1215, when he was em ployed by John in inspecting the defenses of royal castles and fighting the rebels in the sou thwest.

During John's war against the barons, Salisbury deserted the king after the landing of Loui s of France (May 1216); he returned to royal allegiance, however, by March 1217, fought at Li ncoln (May) and Sandwich (August), and attested the Treaty of Kingston (September 1217). Sali sbury held various posts during the minority of Henry III and served against the Welsh in 122 3 and in Gascony in 1225. He and his wife were benefactors of Salisbury Cathedral and laid fo undation stones of the new cathedral in 1220. William was buried there and his effigy, a sple ndid early example, still survives. [Britannica CD '97]Some sources show him being born abou t 1173.
Some sources show death 07 March 1224/25.

William Longespee became Earl of Salisbury in right of his wife. In the beginning of King Joh n's reign this nobleman was sheriff of Wiltshire, he was afterwards warden of the marches o f Wales, and then sheriff of the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon. About this period (14t h John ) [1213], the baronial contest commencing, William Longespee at once espoused the roya l cause and maintained it so stoutly that he was included by the barons amongst the evil coun cillors of the crown. The next year he was again constituted sheriff of Wilts and he held th e office from that time during the remainder of his life. He had also a grant of the honour o f Eye, in Suffolk, and was the same year a witness to the agreement made between King John an d the barons as guarantee for the former. He was likewise a witness to the charter whereby Jo hn resigned his kingdom to the Pope. After this we find him a principal leader in the royal a rmy until the very close of John's reign, when he swerved in his loyalty and joined, for a sh ort period, the ranks of Lewis of France. Upon the accession, however, of Henry III [1216], h e did homage to that monarch, particularly for the county of Somerset, which the king then ga ve him; and joining with William Marshall. governor of the king and kingdom, raised the sieg e of Lincoln when he was constituted sheriff of Lincolnshire and governor of Lincoln Castle , being invested at the same time with sheriff of the co. of Somerset, and governorship of th e castle of Shirburne. His lordship soon afterwards accompanied the Earl of Chester to the Ho ly Land, and was at the battle of Damieta, in which the crescent triumphed. He served subsequ ently in the Gascon wars, whence returning to England, Dugdale relates, "there arose so grea t a tempest at sea that, despairing of life, he threw his money and rich apparel overboard. B ut when all hopes were passed, they discerned a mighty taper of wax burning bright at the pro w of the ship and a beautiful woman standing by it who preserved it from wind and rain so tha t it gave a clear and bright lustre. Upon sight of which heavenly vision both himself and th e mariners concluded of their future security, but everyone there being ignorant what this vi sion might portend except the earl, he, however, attributed it to the benignity of the blesse d virgin by reason that, upon the day when he was honoured with the girdle of knighthood, h e brought a taper to her altar to be lighted ever day at mass when the canonical hours used t o be sung, and to the intent that, for this terrestrial light, he might enjoy that which is e ternal." A rumour, however, reached England of the earls having been lost, and Hubert de Burg h, with the concurrence of the king, provided a suitor for his supposed widow, but the lady , in the interim, having received letters from her husband, rejected the suit with indignatio n. The earl soon after came to the king at Marlborough and, being received with great joy, h e preferred a strong complaint against Hubert de Burgh, adding that, unless the king would d o him right therein, he should vindicate himself otherwise to the disturbance of the public p eace. Hubert, however, appeased his wrath with rich presents, and invited him to his table, w here it is asserted that he was poisoned, for he retired to his castle of Salisbury in extrem e illness and died almost immediately after, anno 1226. His lordship left issue, four sons an d five daus., viz., William, his successor; Richard, a canon of Salisbury; Stephen, Justiciar y of Ireland; Nicholas, bishop of Salisbury; Isabel, m. to William de Vesci; Ela, m. 1st, t o Thomas, Earl of Warwick, and 2ndly to Philip Basset, of Hedendon; Idonea, m. to William d e Beauchamp, Baron of Bedford; Lora, a nun at Lacock; and Ela, jun., m. to William de Odingse lls. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, L td., London, England, 1883, p. 167, d'Evereux, Earls of Salisbury]

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I have attached William to Rosamund Clifford as that is how it is shown by Brian Tompsett a t Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, although he provides the following notes: "The Hous e of Clifford, Chapter 5: Much controversy surrounds the identity of the Mother of William, f or Rosamund was not the king's only mistress, though there are many who believe she was. Thos e who dispute Rosamund's claim base their case on the disparity in the ages of all concerned , but there is other evidence as well which can not be ignored. Unfortunately, the records da te neither the birth of Rosamund nor that of her father, or her reputed sons. Documents als o indicate an Ida, and an Ykenai as his mother. Died on Crusade."

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William Longsword, 3rd earl of Salisbury, Longsword also spelled LONGESPE (d. March 7, 1226 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, Eng.), an illegitimate son of Henry II of England, and a prominent ba ron, soldier, and administrator under John and Henry III. He acquired his lands and title fro m Richard I, who in 1196 gave him the hand of the heiress Ela, or Isabel, daughter of William , earl of Salisbury. He held numerous official positions in England under John.

He was sent on missions to France (1202) and to Germany (1209). In 1213-14 he organized John' s Flemish allies, taking part in the destruction (1213) of the French fleet at Damme, then th e port of Bruges, and leading the right wing of the allied army at Bouvines (July 27, 1214) , where he was captured. He was exchanged and was back in England by May 1215, when he was em ployed by John in inspecting the defenses of royal castles and fighting the rebels in the sou thwest.

During John's war against the barons, Salisbury deserted the king after the landing of Loui s of France (May 1216); he returned to royal allegiance, however, by March 1217, fought at Li ncoln (May) and Sandwich (August), and attested the Treaty of Kingston (September 1217). Sali sbury held various posts during the minority of Henry III and served against the Welsh in 122 3 and in Gascony in 1225. He and his wife were benefactors of Salisbury Cathedral and laid fo undation stones of the new cathedral in 1220. William was buried there and his effigy, a sple ndid early example, still survives. [Britannica CD '97]

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General Notes: Wife - Ela d'Everaux Fitz Patrick, Countess of Salisbury

CONFLICT: Ancestral File 4.13 (States Ela DEVERAUX not FITZ PATRICK)Ela, "of whom (writes Du gdale) it is thus reported; that being so great an inheritrix, one William Talbot, and Englis hman and an eminent soldier, tool upon him the habit of a pilgrim, and went into Normandy whe re, wandering up and down for the space of two months, at length he found her out. Likewise , that he then changed his habit and, having entered the court where she resided, in the gar b of a harper, being practised in mirth and jesting, he became well accepted. Moreover, tha t growing acquainted with her, after some time he conducted her to England, and presented he r to King Richard who, receiving her very courteously, gave her in marriage to William, surna med Longespee, from the long sword which he usually wore, his brother, that is, a natural so n of King Henry II by Fair Rosamond; and that thereupon King Richard rendered unto him the ea rldom of Rosmar, as her inheritance." Be this store true of false, it is certain, however, th at the great heiress of d'Evereux, Ela, espoused the above-named William Longespee, who there upon became, in her right, Earl of Salisbury. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeite d and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883, p. 167, d'Evereux, Earl s of Salisbury]

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William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset and Lady Frances Devereux




Husband William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset

           Born: 1587
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           Died: 1660
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         Father: Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp (1561-1612)
         Mother: Honor Rodgers (1562-1615)


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Wife Lady Frances Devereux

           Born: 1599
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           Died: 1674
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1 F Lady Mary Seymour

           Born: 1628
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           Died: 1673
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         Spouse: Heneage Finch, 3rd Earl of Winchilsea (1627-1689)




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Simon I De Montfort, Seigneur L'amauri/Ct D'ev and Agnes d'Evereux




Husband Simon I De Montfort, Seigneur L'amauri/Ct D'ev

           Born: Abt 1025 - Montfort-L'amaury Castle, Ile-DE-France, Fr 12
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           Died: 1087 - Epernon, Épernon, , Centre, France 13
         Buried: 1087 - Epernay, , Rhône-Alpes, France


         Father: Amauri II (Amaury) De Montfort, Seigneur (Abt 0993-After 1030/1031)
         Mother: Bertrade De Gometz (Abt 0995-      )


       Marriage: Abt 1058 - Normandy, France

   Other Spouse: Isabella De Bardoul Broyes, Dame De Nogent (Abt 1026-Abt 1058) - Abt 1055 - France 14 15




Wife Agnes d'Evereux

           Born: Abt 1030 - Of Evreux, Normandy, Fr
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         Father: Richard II , Ct Evereux (      -1067)
         Mother: Adelaide (Adela) De Toeni, Ctss Evreux (Abt 1004-Abt 1051)





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1 F Bertrade de Montfort, Queen Fr

           Born: Abt 1059 - Montfort-L'amaury Castle, Ile-DE-France, Fr
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           Died: 11 Feb 1116-1117 - Fontrevault, Maine-Et-Loire, Fr 13
         Buried: 14 Feb 1116-1117 - Monastere At Fontevrault, Poitiers, Fr
            AFN: 9HPV-WQ



2 M Richard De Montfort

           Born: Abt 1066 - Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France
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           Died: Abt 1092
         Buried:  - Epernon, Épernon, , Centre, France



3 M Simon De Montfort

           Born: Abt 1068 - Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France
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           Died: After 1101
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4 M Amauri III (Amaury) De Montfort, Ct D'evreux/Seigneur

           Born: Abt 1070 - Montfort-L'amaury Castle, Ile-DE-France, Fr
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           Died: 19 Apr 1137 - Montfort, Normandy, Fr 16 17
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5 M Guillaume De Montfort, Bishop Paris

           Born: Abt 1073 - Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, Fr
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           Died: 27 Aug 1101
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6 F Adeliza De Montfort

           Born: Abt 1075 - Montfort, Normandy, Fr
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General Notes: Husband - Simon I De Montfort, Seigneur L'amauri/Ct D'ev

OCCUPATION: Simon I, Seigneur of Montford l'Amauri and Agnes D'Evreux (Richad 3, Robert 2, R obert 1 of Normandy)
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Joan d'Evereux




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Wife Joan d'Evereux 18

           Born: 1379 - Lenhales, Hereford, Eng 19 20 21 22 23
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           Died: 10 May 1409 - Dunmow, , Essex, England 19 20 21 24 25
         Buried:  - Dunmow Priory, Dunmow, , Essex, England 19 20
            AFN: 99T4-9L


         Father: John I d'Evereux, Baron (1302-1392/1393) 18
         Mother: Margaret De Vere, Baroness Beaumont (Abt 1340-1398) 18





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General Notes: Wife - Joan d'Evereux

He [Hugh Burnell] m. 3rdly, 1408 or 1409, Joan de jure suo jure [according to modern doctrine ] BARONESS DEVEREAUX, widow of Walter (FITZWALTER), LORD FITZWALTER, sister and heir of John , 2nd Lord Devereaux, daughter of John (DEVEREUX), 1st LORD DEVEREUX, by Margaret, daughter o f John (DE VERE), 7th EARL OF OXFORD. She, who was one of the Iadies for whom robes of the O rder of the Garter were provided, firstly in 1399 as The Lady Fitzwalter, and secondly in 140 9 (after her remarriage), as the Lady de Burnell, died 10 or 11 May 1409, and was buried at D unmow. [Complete Peerage, II:435]

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Joan d'Evereux




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Wife Joan d'Evereux 18

           Born: 1379 - Lenhales, Hereford, Eng 19 20 21 22 23
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           Died: 10 May 1409 - Dunmow, , Essex, England 19 20 21 24 25
         Buried:  - Dunmow Priory, Dunmow, , Essex, England 19 20
            AFN: 99T4-9L


         Father: John I d'Evereux, Baron (1302-1392/1393) 18
         Mother: Margaret De Vere, Baroness Beaumont (Abt 1340-1398) 18





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General Notes: Wife - Joan d'Evereux

He [Hugh Burnell] m. 3rdly, 1408 or 1409, Joan de jure suo jure [according to modern doctrine ] BARONESS DEVEREAUX, widow of Walter (FITZWALTER), LORD FITZWALTER, sister and heir of John , 2nd Lord Devereaux, daughter of John (DEVEREUX), 1st LORD DEVEREUX, by Margaret, daughter o f John (DE VERE), 7th EARL OF OXFORD. She, who was one of the Iadies for whom robes of the O rder of the Garter were provided, firstly in 1399 as The Lady Fitzwalter, and secondly in 140 9 (after her remarriage), as the Lady de Burnell, died 10 or 11 May 1409, and was buried at D unmow. [Complete Peerage, II:435]

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John I d'Evereux, Baron




Husband John I d'Evereux, Baron 18

           Born: 1302 - Bodenham, Hereford, Eng 19 20
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           Died: 22 Feb 1392-1393 - London, Middlesex, Eng 19 20
         Buried: 1393 - Grey Friars, London, Middlesex, England 19 20
            AFN: 99T2-JJ
       Marriage: Abt 1320 - <, Frome, Somerset, England> 19 20

   Other Spouse: Margaret De Vere, Baroness Beaumont (Abt 1340-1398) 18 - 17 Jun 1379 - , , Herefordshire, England 19 20




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John I d'Evereux, Baron and Margaret De Vere, Baroness Beaumont




Husband John I d'Evereux, Baron 18

           Born: 1302 - Bodenham, Hereford, Eng 19 20
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           Died: 22 Feb 1392-1393 - London, Middlesex, Eng 19 20
         Buried: 1393 - Grey Friars, London, Middlesex, England 19 20
            AFN: 99T2-JJ
       Marriage: 17 Jun 1379 - , , Herefordshire, England 19 20




Wife Margaret De Vere, Baroness Beaumont 18

           Born: Abt 1340 - Oxfordshire, Eng 19 26 27
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           Died: 15 Jun 1398 - Gray Friars, London, Middlsex, England 19 26 27
         Buried: 1398 - Gray Friars, London, Middlesex, Eng (With 3Rd Husband) 19 20
            AFN: 9SWJ-0X


         Father: John de Vere, I, 7th Earl Oxford (Abt 1311/1312-1359/1360)
         Mother: Countess Maud de Badlesmere, Countess of Oxford (      -1366)



   Other Spouse: Henry I de Beaumont, Baron (1339-1369) 18 28 - 1360 - , , Stirling, Scotland 19 20

   Other Spouse: Nicholas II De Lovaine, Knight (Abt 1342-Bef 1376) 18 - Abt 1370 19 20



Children
1 M John II d'Evereux 18

           Born:  - Lenhales, Hereford, Eng 19 20
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           Died: 13 Nov 1396 - Prob. Eng (Sp) 19 20
         Buried:  - Grey Friars, London, Middlesex, England 19 20
            AFN: 99T2-RQ



2 F Joan d'Evereux 18

           Born: 1379 - Lenhales, Hereford, Eng 19 20 21 22 23
     Christened: 
           Died: 10 May 1409 - Dunmow, , Essex, England 19 20 21 24 25
         Buried:  - Dunmow Priory, Dunmow, , Essex, England 19 20
            AFN: 99T4-9L



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19 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, FamilySearch/Ancestral File v4.19 (Created by FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service, 50 Eas t North Temple Street, Salt La k e City, UT 84150, April 1.

20 Larson, Kirk, Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson (Personal Research Works including Bethune & Hohenlohe Descendants, 1981-2001, Kirk Larson, P rivate Library).

21 David Faris, Plantagenet Ancestry of 17th Century Colonists (Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD, 1996), 1st ed, p 109 "FitzWalter."

22 Cokayne, George E, Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom (Sutton Publishing), V:480-1.

23 Pullen010502.FTW, V:480-1.

24 Cokayne, George E, Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom (Sutton Publishing), II:435.

25 Pullen010502.FTW, II:435.

26 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, International Genealogical Index - Version 5.00 (Common Index of International Genealogical Information (Salt Lake City,UT, Family History Center, July 1996 b data as of), Film Number:177923 ;Page Number: 88; Reference Number: 3300.

27 Larson, Kirk, Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson (Personal Research Works including Bethune & Hohenlohe Descendants, 1981-2001, Kirk Larson, P rivate Library), Film Number:177923 ;Page Number: 88; Reference Number: 3300.

28 Adams, Arthur, 1881-1960, ed. (Main) Weis, Frederick Lewis, 1895-1966, joint author. (Added) Sheppard, Walter Lee, 1911-, The Magna Charta Sureties 1215, the barons named in the Magna Charta, 1215, and some of their descendants who settled (12 Feb 2001), 120-6.


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