Maud Mortimer1

#64704

Major Life Events

     Maud Mortimer married William Malet, son of Robert Malet.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Malet1.

Balwin Malet1,2

#64705
FatherRobert Malet2
Relationship2nd cousin 26 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Narrative

     Balwin was also known as [Sir] Balwin Malet.

Citations

  1. Of Enmore.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Malet1.

Ribald of Middleham1

#64706
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Ribald of Middleham married Beatrix de Taillebois, daughter of Ivo de Taillebois and Lucy of Bucknall.1

Child of Ribald and Beatrix:

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, FZmisc03.

Helen de Glanville1

#64707, b. 1155, d. 1195
FatherRalph de Glanville
Relationship23rd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Helen de Glanville was born in 1155.1 She married Robert Taillebois, son of Ralph Taillebois and Agatha le Brus.1 Helen died in 1195.1

Child of Helen and Robert:

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, FZmisc03.

Ralph de Glanville1,2

#64708
Relationship24th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Child of Ralph and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. Justiciar.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, FZmisc03.

Margaret de Sutton1

#64709

Major Life Events

     Margaret de Sutton married William Bigod, son of Roger II Bigod and Isabel Plantagenet.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Bigod1.

Thomas Bigod1

#64711
FatherRoger II Bigod1 b. bt 1130 - 1150, d. b 2 Aug 1221
MotherIsabel Plantagenet1 b. c 1154, d. b 30 Nov 1234
Relationship22nd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Bigod1.

Roger FitzRichard1,2

#64712

Major Life Events

     Roger FitzRichard married Alianor de Essex, daughter of Henry de Essex and Cicely ?.2

Citations

  1. Of Warkworth.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Bigod1.

Unknown Bigod1

#64713
FatherRobert le Bigod1 b. c 1015, d. c 1071
MotherUnknown de St. Sauveur1 b. c 1040
Relationship25th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Unknown Bigod married Geoffrey de Ridel.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Bigod1.

Geoffrey de Ridel1,2

#64714

Major Life Events

     Geoffrey de Ridel married Unknown Bigod, daughter of Robert le Bigod and Unknown de St. Sauveur.2

Citations

  1. Count of Blaye.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Bigod1.

Henry de Lea1,2

#64715, d. before 1240
FatherWarine de Lancaster2
Relationship2nd cousin 26 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Henry died before 1240.2

Narrative

     The manor of Forton was a member of the Garstang or Nether Wyresdale fee and was granted by William de Lancaster I, except for demesne and wood, to Warine de Lancaster. The gift was confirmed by William's son; the vill ws to be held as 2 oxgangs of land where twenty-four flough-lands made a knights fee. Henry de Lea, who was the son and heir of Warine, held it by knight's service in 1212, but Warine had given one moiety to Aldred, son of Hamlet, and the other apparently to his own son Roger, who bequeathed it to his brother Adam; Adam de Lea obtained a confirmation from his brother Henry.3

     Henry got his surname from the manor of Lea in Preston.4 He was the keeper of the Castle of Lancaster in 1208, and possibly as late as 1216. Henry II's grants of lands to Warin de Lancaster by the sergeantry of falconry was confirmed to Henry de Lancaster, son of Warin, by John, County of Mortain (1189-1194) and soon again after John became King. By a charter dated 23 August 1207 the King granted to Henry the Manor of English Lea in exchange for Liverpool and Up-Litherland.5

     Furness Abbey received a grant of land from Henry, son of Warine de Lancaster. It was attached to the manor of Beaumont, near Lancaster, and held in the 16th century by the Corless family.6

Citations

  1. Of Lea, Governor of Lancaster, Lord of Ravensmeols.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.
  3. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 106.
  4. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (5) Warin de Lancaster.
  5. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (6) Henry de Lea.
  6. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 107.

Egeline d'Engaine1

#64725

Major Life Events

     Egeline d'Engaine married Gospatric FitzOrme, son of Orme of Kendal and Gunnilda of Northumbria.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Thomas Fitzgospatric1,2,3

#64726, b. circa 1130, d. 13 November 1200
FatherGospatric FitzOrme2 b. c 1110, d. c 1179
MotherEgeline d'Engaine2
Relationship2nd cousin 24 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Thomas Fitzgospatric was born circa 1130 at High Ireby, Scotland.3 He married Grecia (Grace) Ireby on 7 December 1152.2,3 Thomas died on 13 November 1200 at Workington, Allendale, Scotland.2,3

Child of Thomas and Grecia:

Narrative

     Thomas was also known as [Sir] Thomas of Workington.

     1184-95, Gilbert son of Roger Fitz-Reinfrid confirms to Thomas son of Gospatrick his lands in Kendale, namely Holm, Preston, and Hoton, to hold by service of the 4th part of a knight's fee for which he and his heirs shall be quit of 43s. for cornage. Witnesses: Roger Fitz-Reinfrid, hugh de Morvill, Reinfrid de Bhueria, Gilbert de Lancastre, Gervase de Aencurt, Robert de Bethum, Uchtred son of Osolph, Roger de Bello Campo, Goeoffrey de Preston and others; Transact., N.S. xiv, 55.4

     1191-1200, Thomas son of Gospatric gave to the hospital of Cockersand land in Preston in Kendale, adjoining the boundary of Farlton, and common of pasture for a team of oxen and 10 cows; Chartul. of Cockersand 999.4

     1201, Roger de Bello Campo and Grecia, who was the wife of Thomas Gospatric proffer 100 m. for custody of the land and heir of Thomas son of Gospatric; they also fine for 400 m. for the amercement of the forest imposed on the said Thomas in the time of King Richard; R. de Oblat., 157.5

Citations

  1. 2nd Lord of Workington.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.
  3. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Thomas Fitzgospatric 2nd Lord of Workington.
  4. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Preston Patrick', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 297-304.
  5. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Holme and Holmescales', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 292-96.

Grecia (Grace) Ireby1,2

#64727

Major Life Events

     Grecia (Grace) Ireby married Thomas Fitzgospatric, son of Gospatric FitzOrme and Egeline d'Engaine, on 7 December 1152.1,3

Child of Grecia and Thomas:

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.
  2. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Thomas de Furnys.
  3. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Thomas Fitzgospatric 2nd Lord of Workington.

Ada de Workington1

#64741, b. circa 1160, d. after 1209
FatherThomas Fitzgospatric1 b. c 1130, d. 13 Nov 1200
MotherGrecia (Grace) Ireby1
Relationship3rd cousin 23 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence
Conflicting evidence states that Ada de Workington was born circa 1178.1

Major Life Events

     Ada de Workington was born circa 1160 at Workington in Coupland, Cumberland, England.2 She married first William le Fleming, son of Michael II le Fleming and Christian de Stainton.1,2 She married second William le Boteler after 1203.1,2 Ada died after 1209.2

Child of Ada and William:

Narrative

     Ada was also known as Ada de Furneys. Conflicting evidence states that Ada de Workington was born circa 1178.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.
  2. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Ada de Furneys.
  3. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, William le Fleming.

Bondo Fil Akaris1

#64742, b. circa 1123
FatherAkaris FitzBardolf1 b. c 1076, d. 1161
Relationship26th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Bondo Fil Akaris was born circa 1123 at Dalton Travers, Kirkby Hill, North Riding, Yorkshire, England.1

Citations

  1. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Akaris Fitzbardolf of Ravensworth.

William le Boteler1,2,3

#64743, b. circa 1160, d. 1233

Major Life Events

     William le Boteler was born circa 1160.4 He married Ada de Workington, daughter of Thomas Fitzgospatric and Grecia (Grace) Ireby, after 1203.2,3 William died in 1233.2

Narrative

     William was also known as [Sir] William Boteler.

Citations

  1. Pincerna, Lord of Warrington.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.
  3. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Ada de Furneys.
  4. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Richard Pincerna.

Gilbert of Workington1

#64744
FatherGospatric FitzOrme1 b. c 1110, d. c 1179
MotherEgeline d'Engaine1
Relationship2nd cousin 24 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Adam of Workington1

#64745
FatherGospatric FitzOrme1 b. c 1110, d. c 1179
MotherEgeline d'Engaine1
Relationship2nd cousin 24 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Orme of Workington1

#64746
FatherGospatric FitzOrme1 b. c 1110, d. c 1179
MotherEgeline d'Engaine1
Relationship2nd cousin 24 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Alexander of Workington1

#64747
FatherGospatric FitzOrme1 b. c 1110, d. c 1179
MotherEgeline d'Engaine1
Relationship2nd cousin 24 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Alice de Breton1,2

#64748
FatherLewis Brito
Relationship22nd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Alice de Breton married Roger FitzReinfrid.2

Children of Alice and Roger:

Citations

  1. Probably a daughter of Lewis Brito of Layer-Breton.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Lewis Brito1,2

#64749
Relationship23rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Children of Lewis and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. Of Layer-Breton.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Ralph Breton1,2

#64750
FatherLewis Brito2
Relationship22nd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. Of Ramsden Bellouse.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Reinfrid de Bruere1

#64751, d. before 1211
FatherRoger FitzReinfrid1 b. c 1114, d. a 1198
MotherAlice de Breton1
Relationship21st great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Reinfrid de Bruere married Aline ?.1 Reinfrid died without issue before 1211.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Aline ?1

#64752

Major Life Events

     Aline ? married Reinfrid de Bruere, son of Roger FitzReinfrid and Alice de Breton.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Ralph de Bruere1,2

#64753
FatherRoger FitzReinfrid2 b. c 1114, d. a 1198
MotherAlice de Breton2
Relationship21st great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. Possibly of Ramsden Bellhouse.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Bernard FitzGilbert1

#64754
FatherGilbert II de Lancaster1 b. c 1112
Relationship1st cousin 27 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Bernard died without issue.1

Citations

  1. [S2383] Lancaster Family Remarks, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/Lancaster%20surnames.htm

Christian de Stainton1

#64755, b. circa 1137
FatherGilbert II de Lancaster1 b. c 1112
Relationship1st cousin 27 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Christian de Stainton was born circa 1137 at Kendal, Westmoreland, England. Birth date is questionable given marriage date and birth of children.2 She married Michael II le Fleming, son of Michael le Fleming and Alice de Stuteville, circa 1146.1,3

Children of Christian and Michael:

Citations

  1. [S2383] Lancaster Family Remarks, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/Lancaster%20surnames.htm
  2. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Christian de Stainton.
  3. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Michael II le Fleming.

Serota de Lancaster1

#64756, b. 1197
FatherGilbert FitzReinfrid1 b. c 1162, d. b 5 May 1220
MotherHawise de Lancaster1 b. c 1169
Relationship20th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Serota de Lancaster was born in 1197. She married Allan de Multon.1 Serota died without issue.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

Allan de Multon1

#64757

Major Life Events

     Allan de Multon married Serota de Lancaster, daughter of Gilbert FitzReinfrid and Hawise de Lancaster.1

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.

John de Lancaster1

#64758, b. circa 1265, d. before 18 April 1334
FatherRoger de Lancaster1 b. s 1200, d. b 22 Feb 1290/91
MotherPhilippa de Bolebec1
Relationship19th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     John de Lancaster was born circa 1265.2 He married Annora ?.1 John died without issue before 18 April 1334.1

Narrative

     John was also known as [Sir] John de Lancaster.

     From "Magna Britannica ed Hibernia" by Thomas Cox, 1731, "This John was a warlike man, and was with his King several times in his Wars with Scotland, in which he behaved himself with that Fidelity and Courage, that the King employed him in guarding the Marches against that Nation. He sat in Parliament among the Barons from 25 Edward i to 3 Edward II. He left no issue, and so his Estate passed to his Sister's son Richard de Platz, then a minor of twelve years old, and from that family to the Howards, ancestors of the Dukes of Norfolk, who are spread into so many noble Families."3

     1196, Witherslack was probably a member of the demense lands of the barony of Kendale for by a fine that year in the king's court between Gilbert son of Roger Fitz-Reinfrid and "Aylewise" his wife, plaintiffs, and Henry de Redeman, tenants, respecting "Witeberge," this is Whitbarrow with the appurtenances, the said Henry quit-claimed to them the right which he had held in Witeberge, for which they gave him Selesat by the right bounds by which Cospatric de Selesat held it with other privileges and granted to Henry and his men of Levenes common of pasture of the moss between Witeberge and Levenes, to be held by Henry and his heirs by the free service of 5s. yearly. Gilbert Fitz-Reinfrid probably enfeoffed his natural son, Roger de Lancaster, of Witherslack shortly before 1220. It descended to John, son of Roger de Lancaster and was held by Annora, relict of John, at the time of her death in 1338. It had been granted in 1328 to John de Cancefield, as trustee, for settlement upon Roger de Lancaster, brother of John, for life, with remainder to Michael son of Robert de Haverington.4

     1291, after the death of his father, render and confirmation by John de Lancaster for the souls of his father, Philippa his own mother, and for the health of the soul of Anora his wife and Roger his brother, to the prior and convent of Kertmel of the free fishery in the water callled 'Heltonterne,' which the prior demanded against him in the king's court as the right of the church of Kertmel, so that the prior, etc. may fish there at all times of the year and draw their boat ashore and fasten it both to his land on the Wytherslac side and to their own land of Kertmel and dry their nets without impediment of the grantor or his heirs; saving to the grantor and his heirs their free fishing throughout the said water so that they can draw their boat and nets ashore and fasten them either on the side of Kertmel or of Wytherslac. For this the names of the grantor, his wife and those named above are to be inserted in the 'martilogium' (martyrologium) of the priory and to be received into all the benefits of the house.4

     Also after the death of his father in 1291, John de Lancaster was involved in a various suits. Ingram de Gynes and Christiana his wife claimed against him the moiety of thirty-seven messuages, a mill, saltpit, bakehouse, two forges and various land, and the king summoned him to prove his right of free warren in Ulverston. He made John de Hudleston his forester for the barony of Ulverston, but at a later time the validity of the grant was denied and puture was accordingly refused. The Prior of Conishead demanded against John de Lancaster, Ingramd de Gynes and Christiana his wife common of pasture in Ulverston of which he said Roger de Lancaster had disseised his predecessor and his claim was allowed.5

     In 1292 John de Eskeslak claimed common of pasture in Kirkby Ireleth against John de Lancaster and Ingram de Gynes and Christiana his wife, but was non-suited.6

     1293, William prior of Kertmel demands against John son of Roger de Lancaster and Philippa who was the wife of Roger de Lancaster his several fishery in the water of Heltontern in Broghton in Kertmel, as right of his church of Kertmel, in which the said John and Philippa had no entry save by Roger de Lancaster, who unjustly sisseised John, formerly the prior, who was seised of the said fishery as of fee in the right of his church in the time of Henry III.4

     In 1296 Ingram de Gynes and Christiana his wife desired a partition of the wood in Ulverston held by them and John de Lancaster.5

     John de Lancaster was summoned to Parliament as a Baron in 1299. Johannes de Lancastria was one of two members for Lancaster, 33rd of Edward I, summoned to meet at Westminster 16 February 1304/05, which was prorogued to 28 February 1304/05. Johannes de Lancastr' was one of the two members for Lancaster, 35th of Edward I, summoned to meet at Carlisle 20 January 1306/07.7

     In 1300 John de Lancaster was at the seige of Caerlaverock and was made a knight.5

     In 1306, John de Lancaster granted to Stratfort Langthorne Abbey, in free alms, 2 acres of land in East Ham, with the advowson. This seems to have been the first step in a process, continuing to 1338, by which the abbey acquired the whole manor from Lancaster and his tenants.7

     In 1312, John, son of Roger de Lancaster of Sockbridge "was summoned to answer Walter de Strikeland regarding common of pasture in the vill of Barton.7

     Under Howgill Castle: The chief msssuage of the manor of Milburn, on 24 September, 1314, a pardon was issued to John son of Roger de Lancaster of Holegille for the death of John de Helton.8

     1319, John granted the reversion of the manor of Eastham-Hall after the decease of himself and his wife Annora, to the abbot and convent of Stratford.9

     On 17 August 1319, at Newbiggin, "Licence for John de Lancastre to enfeoff William de Herle of a moiety of the manor of Styford, co. Northumberland, held in chief, and for the said William to re-grant the same to the said John de Lancastre for his life, and if the said John should die in the life-time of Roger de Lancastre, his brother, that the said moiety should remain over to the said Roger for his life, and upon the deaths of the said John and Roger that it should revert to the said William de Herle and his heirs."7

     1320, licence was issued for John de Lancaster to enfeoff John de Lancaster (his nephew, son of Robert de Lancaster) of Holgill of the Manor of Rydale, held in chief and for the latter to regrant the manor to the former and Annora his wife, for their lives, with remainder to Roger de Lancaster, brother of the first named John de Lancaster, for his life, with the final remainder to John de Lancaster of Holgill and his heirs.10

     In 1322 the Earl of Lancaster, Thomas Plantagenet, was beheaded by the King for treason. Sir John de Lancaster was made keeper of the Earl's forfeited lands in Lancashire. There are references in the Rydal manuscripts to a John de Lancaster "of Howgil" in 1324/5. Called "Lord of Holgill" in 1333.3

     1334, an order was issued to the escheator to deliver to Annora, late the wife of John de Lancaster the manor of Rydale etc., because the King has learnt by inquisition taken, etc., that John and Annora held jointly at John's death the said manor by grant of John son of Robert de Lancaster (reference to a messuage in Barton) by the king's licence, for their lives, with reversion of the manor to John son of Robert ahd his heirs, that that the said manor is held by the king in chief b service of the 4th part of a knight's fee etc.10

     1334, John de Lancaster, and Annora his wife, who survives, held the manor of Witherslake for lives of Christiana, late the wife of Ingelram de Gynes, for 1d. yearly, by the grant of John de Caucefeld, witht eh remainders to Roger de Lancaster for life and after his decease to Micheal son of Robert de Haverington and his heirs.4

     In or before 1334, John granted his part of Ulverston to John de Harrington.11

     Listed under St. Cuthbert, Milburn: John, son of Roger de Lancaster by his will, dated 13 January, 1352-4, desired that his body be buried "in capella Sci Cuthberti de Milnebourne" and left a legacy of a chasuble and twelve silver marks to pay a priest who should sing masses for his soul for two years.12

     John, son of Roger de Lancaster, by his will dated January 1353.4, left a bequest to the church of St. Edmund de Newbiggin and Robert, rector of Newbiggin, was one of the witnesses.13

     The title of Lord Lancaster became extinct with his death. John was succeeded in his Howgill estates by his nephew, John, son of Robert de Lancaster.7

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.
  2. [S2411] The "de Lancasters" of Westmoreland, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/…
  3. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (8) Sir John de Lancaster.
  4. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, "Witheslack, Meathop and Ulpha", Records relating to the Barony of Kendale; volume 2, pp 247-64.
  5. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 350.
  6. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 398.
  7. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html
  8. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Chigwell: Manors', A History of the County of Essex: Volume 4: Ongar Hundred (1956), pp 24-32.
  9. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, "Eastham", The Environs of London: volume 4" Counties of Herts, Essex & Kent (1796) pp 138-49.
  10. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, "Rydal and Loughrigg", Records relating to the Barony of Kendale; volume 2, pp 20-9.
  11. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 351.
  12. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Parishes (East Ward): St. Michael, Kerkby Thore', The Later Records relating to North Westmorland: or the Barony of Appleby (1932), pp 152-66.
  13. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Parishes (East Ward): St. Edmund, Newbigginl', The Later Records relating to North Westmorland: or the Barony of Appleby (1932), pp 183-88.

Annora ?1

#64759, d. before 6 October 1338

Major Life Events

     Annora ? married John de Lancaster, son of Roger de Lancaster and Philippa de Bolebec.1 Annora died before 6 October 1338.1

Narrative

     1338, Annora late wife of John de Lancaster held for life with her husband the manor of Ridale of the grant of John de Lancaster of Holgill, remainder to Roger de Lancaster for life, reversion to John de Lancaster of Holgill, who survives; the said Roger died 10 years ago; the manor is held of the king in chief for 1/4 fee; the reversion of the manor to John de Lancaster of Holgill, who is 30 years of age.2

     1338, Annora, late the wife of John de Lancaster, held at her death the manor of Witherslak, except a messuage and 20 a. land, for life, by the grant of John de Cauncefeld, with remainders to Roger de Lancaster for life and to Michael son of Robert de Haveryngton and his heirs. Roger died 10 years ago and Michael died 9 years ago. John de Haveryngton, knt., brother of the said Michael, aged 41 years, is his next heir and the reversion of the said manor after the death of Annora, Roger, and Michael belongs to the said John and his heirs. The manor is held of William de Coucy by the service of 1d. yearly.3

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.
  2. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, "Rydal and Loughrigg", Records relating to the Barony of Kendale; volume 2, pp 20-9.
  3. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, "Witheslack, Meathop and Ulpha", Records relating to the Barony of Kendale; volume 2, pp 247-64.

Roger de Lancaster1

#64760, d. 1328
FatherRoger de Lancaster1 b. s 1200, d. b 22 Feb 1290/91
MotherPhilippa de Bolebec1
Relationship19th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Roger died without issue in 1328.2

Narrative

     Robert son of Henry de Hest in 1292 released to Roger son of Roger de Lancaster land in Dalton.3

     In 1312 Roger son of Roger de Lancaster summoned John son of Roger de Lancaster to warrant him. John de Hornby the younger claimed 22 acres against the same Roger son of Roger in 1320.4

     On 17 August 1319, at Newbiggin, "Licence for John de Lancastre to enfeoff William de Herle of a moiety of the manor of Styford, co. Northumberland, held in chief, and for the said William to re-grant the same to the said John de Lancastre for his life, and if the said John should die in the life-time of Roger de Lancastre, his brother, that the said moiety should remain over to the said Roger for his life, and upon the deaths of the said John and Roger that it should revert to the said William de Herle and his heirs."5

     In 1320, licence was issued for John de Lancaster to enfeoff John de Lancaster of Holgill of the Manor of Rydale, held in chief and for the latter to regrant the manor to the former and Annora his wife, for their lives, with remainder to Roger de Lancaster, brother of the first named John de Lancaster, for his life, with the final remainder to John de Lancaster of Holgill and his heirs.6

Citations

  1. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Lancaster1.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (8) Roger de Lancaster.
  3. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 185.
  4. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 88.
  5. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html
  6. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, "Rydal and Loughrigg", Records relating to the Barony of Kendale; volume 2, pp 20-9.

William de Lancaster1

#64764
FatherRoger de Lancaster1 b. s 1200, d. b 22 Feb 1290/91
MotherPhilippa de Bolebec1
Relationship19th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     William de Lancaster married Margaret de Hollebeck.2

Narrative

     William was also known as [Sir] William de Lancaster.

Citations

  1. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (7) Sir Roger de Lancaster.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (8) Sir William de Lancaster.

Simon de Lancaster1,2

#64765
FatherRoger de Lancaster2 b. s 1200, d. b 22 Feb 1290/91
MotherPhilippa de Bolebec2
Relationship19th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Children of Simon and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. Possibly a son of Roger de Lancaster.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (7) Sir Roger de Lancaster.
  3. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (8) Simon de Lancaster.

Margaret? de Lancaster1

#64766
FatherRoger de Lancaster1 b. s 1200, d. b 22 Feb 1290/91
MotherPhilippa de Bolebec1
Relationship19th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Margaret? de Lancaster married Richard de Plaiz.1

Child of Margaret? and Richard:

Citations

  1. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (7) Sir Roger de Lancaster.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (8) Sir John de Lancaster.

Richard de Plaiz1,2

#64767, b. 1296, d. 1327

Major Life Events

     Richard de Plaiz was born in 1296.3 He married Margaret? de Lancaster, daughter of Roger de Lancaster and Philippa de Bolebec.2 Richard died in 1327.3

Child of Richard and Margaret?:

Citations

  1. Of East Ham.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (7) Sir Roger de Lancaster.
  3. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (8) Sir John de Lancaster.

Richard de Plaiz1,2

#64768, b. circa 1323, d. 1360
FatherRichard de Plaiz2 b. 1296, d. 1327
MotherMargaret? de Lancaster2
Relationship1st cousin 20 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Richard de Plaiz was born circa 1323.2 Richard died in 1360.2

Citations

  1. 4th Lord Plaiz.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (8) Sir John de Lancaster.

Margaret de Hollebeck1

#64769

Major Life Events

     Margaret de Hollebeck married William de Lancaster, son of Roger de Lancaster and Philippa de Bolebec.1

Citations

  1. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (8) Sir William de Lancaster.

Richard de Lancaster1

#64771
FatherJohn de Lancaster1 d. 1351
MotherElizabeth ?
Relationship2nd cousin 19 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Narrative

     On 1 August 1345, "Agreement made at Hollegill between: Richard de Lancaster and Roger de Skirwith: Roger's lands at Skirwith are held of Richard notwithstanding a deed of Robert, son of Walter lord of Davingtre, sometime lord of Skirwith; Roger is to grind all his corn at Richard's mill "at the 30th vessell"; Roger grants the watercourse of Litlebeck and his rights of common in a close called Newfield to Richard."2

Citations

  1. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (9) Sir John de Lancaster.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html

William de Lancaster1

#64772, d. 6 October 1361
FatherJohn de Lancaster1 d. 1351
MotherElizabeth ?
Relationship2nd cousin 19 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     William de Lancaster married Alice de Gernet before 1329.1 William died on 6 October 1361.1,2,3

Narrative

     The web site The de Lancaster Family has William as the son of Richard, son of Sir John de Lancaster of Howgill. The Victoria History of the County of Lancaster has William as the son of Sir John de Lancaster of Howgill. I am going with the latter.

     Upon the death of Thomas Gernet before 1317 the manor of Caton was divided into moieties between Thomas's daughters Alice (or Aline) and Agnes. Alice married William, son of Sir John de Lancaster of Howgill in Westmorland. Agnes married John de Culwen or Curwen. The Lancaster moiety descended to William son William de Lancaster, who proved his age in 1365, having been baptized at Caton Church in September 1344.4

Citations

  1. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (11) William de Lancaster.
  2. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, page 80.
  3. [S2413] The Lancasters of Howgill and Rydal, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/…
  4. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 80.

Alice de Gernet1

#64773, d. circa 1370

Major Life Events

     Alice de Gernet married first William de Lancaster, son of John de Lancaster and Elizabeth ?, before 1329.1 She married second John de Washington, son of Robert de Washington and Agnes le Gentyl.2 Alice died circa 1370.3

Narrative

     According to Burke's Peerage, after the death of Sir William de Lancaster of Howgill in 1367 [sic] Aline (Eleanor) Garnet, married John de Washington, forebear of George Washington, first President of the United States. These were second marriages for both and they had no children by this union.4

     I question whether the above is accurate. If she was John de Washington's second wife the marriage would have to have been after John's son was born in 1385. However, Joan, wife of John de Washington, survived John. "In or before 1408, Joan widow of John Washington, gave her son John tenements in Dalton, Hutton, Over Kellet."5. Another source says Eleanor Garnet died in 1370 and indicates she was the first wife of John de Washington.3 So if Alice and Eleanor are the same individual she would have to have been the first wife of John de Washington and not his second. Further, "John de Washington of Caton and Alice his wife claim dower in ten messuages, &c., in Dalton against Alice de Rydal in 1366."6 If this is the same John de Washington, then it would indicated he was married to Alice prior to his marriage to Joan.

     Alice was also known as Eleanor, Alina.2

Citations

  1. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (11) William de Lancaster.
  2. [S1577] Genealogy of the Presidents of the United States, online http://users.legacyfamilytree.com/USPresidents/Index.htm, George Washington (John de Washington, 3851.htm).
  3. [S1577] Genealogy of the Presidents of the United States, online http://users.legacyfamilytree.com/USPresidents/Index.htm
  4. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html
  5. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, page 183.
  6. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, page 185.

Michael II le Fleming1,2

#64777, b. circa 1124, d. circa 1186
FatherMichael le Fleming b. c 1085, d. c 1150
MotherAlice de Stuteville b. c 1108
Relationship1st cousin 27 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Michael II le Fleming was born circa 1124 at Caernarvon Castle at Beckermet, Cumberland, England.2 He married Christian de Stainton, daughter of Gilbert II de Lancaster, circa 1146.1,2 Michael died circa 1186.2

Children of Michael and Christian:

Narrative

     Michael was also known as Michael de Furness.1

Citations

  1. [S2383] Lancaster Family Remarks, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/Lancaster%20surnames.htm
  2. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Michael II le Fleming.

Gilbert de Lancaster1,2

#64789
FatherGilbert de Lancaster2 d. c 1220
MotherSapience ?
Relationship2nd cousin 25 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Gilbert de Lancaster married Christiana ?.2

Narrative

     Along with his father, Gilbert appears as a witness on a charter of Gilbert FitzReinfrid around 1189-1201. In 1246, at the passing of William de Lancaster III, two Gilberts are present, at least one being a de Lancaster.3

Citations

  1. Of Sockbridge.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (7) Gilbert de Lancaster of Sockbridge.
  3. [S2411] The "de Lancasters" of Westmoreland, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/…
  4. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, "Parishes (West Ward): St. Michael, Barton", The Later Records relating to North Westmorland: or the Barony of Appleby, (1932) pp 256-77.

Christiana ?1

#64790

Major Life Events

     Christiana ? married Gilbert de Lancaster, son of Gilbert de Lancaster and Sapience ?.1

Narrative

     Christiana's grandson, Gilbert de Lancaster, gave to his son Christopher, "a house and land" in Sockbridge.2

Citations

  1. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (7) Gilbert de Lancaster of Sockbridge.
  2. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, "Parishes (West Ward): St. Michael, Barton", The Later Records relating to North Westmorland: or the Barony of Appleby, (1932) pp 256-77.
  3. [S2411] The "de Lancasters" of Westmoreland, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/…