The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Richard I FitzGilbert of Clare and Tonbridge and Rohese Giffard




Husband Richard I FitzGilbert of Clare and Tonbridge 1 2 3

            AKA: Richard FitzGilbert de Bienfaite, Richard de Clare, Richard FitzGilbert de Clare of Clare and Tonbridge, Richard I Fitz Gilbert of Clare and Tonbridge, Richard de Tonbridge
           Born: 1030 - <Bienfaite (Saint-Martin-de-Bienfaite-la-Cressonière), (Calvados)>, Normandy, France
     Christened:  - Brionne, (Eure), Normandy, France
           Died: Bef Apr 1088 - <Huntingdonshire, England>
         Buried:  - St. Neots, Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire, England


         Father: Gilbert Count of Brionne and Count of Eu (Abt 1000-1040) 3 4 5
         Mother: Gunnora D'Aunou (Abt 0984-      ) 3 6


       Marriage: Abt 1054

Events

• Seigneur of Bienfaite & Orbec, Normandy:

• Lord of Clare, Suffolk:




Wife Rohese Giffard 7 8

            AKA: Rohese Gifford
           Born: Abt 1034 - Longueville, (Calvados), Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1113
         Buried: 


         Father: Walter II Giffard 1st Earl of Buckingham (Abt 1015-1102) 3 9
         Mother: Agnes Ribemont (      -      ) 10




Children
1 F Rohese FitzRichard de Clare 3 11

            AKA: Rohese de Clare, Rohesia de Clare, Rohese FitzRichard de Clare
           Born: Abt 1055 - Tunbridge, Kent, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 1121 - England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eudo de Rie (Abt 1047-Abt 1120) 3 12 13


2 M Robert Fitz Richard Lord of Little Dunmow, Essex 14 15

            AKA: Robert FitzRichard Lord of Little Dunmow, Essex
           Born: 1064
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1136
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Maud de St. Liz (      -1140) 16 17 18
           Marr: Abt 1114


3 M Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare 3 19 20 21

            AKA: Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare, Gilbert Fitz Richard Earl of Clare and Lord of Tonbridge
           Born: Abt 1065 - <Clare, Suffolk>, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1115 - <England>
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Adelaide de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis (Abt 1058-      ) 22 23 24
           Marr: Abt 1083



Birth Notes: Husband - Richard I FitzGilbert of Clare and Tonbridge

FamilySearch has b. abt 1024, Bienfaite, Normandy, France.


Death Notes: Husband - Richard I FitzGilbert of Clare and Tonbridge

Ancestral Roots, line 130-27 (Maud de St. Liz) has d. abt. 1090; line 184-2 has d. bef Apr 1088.
http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f001/f95/a0019582.htm has d. 1090 in Huntingdon, England.


Research Notes: Husband - Richard I FitzGilbert of Clare and Tonbridge

From Wikipedia - Richard Fitz Gilbert :

Richard FitzGilbert (c. 1030 - 1090), was a Norman lord who participated in the Norman conquest of England in 1066. He was the founder of the English noble family, the de Clares .

Victor at Hastings
Known as "de Bienfaite", "de Clare", and "de Tonbridge", he accompanied his reputed kinsman William, Duke of Normandy into England . He served at the Battle of Hastings , and assisted William in subduing the Anglo-Saxons .

Rewards
He was rewarded with 176 lordships and large grants of land in England, including the right to build the castles of Clare and of Tonbridge . Richard Fitz Gilbert took the name Earl of Clare from one of his lordships in Suffolk , where parts of the wall of Clare Castle still stand.

He served as Joint Chief Justiciar in William's absence, and played a major part in suppressing the revolt of 1075.

Rebel Baron
On William 's death, Richard and other great Norman barons, including Odo of Bayeux , Robert, Count of Mortain , William fitzOsbern and Geoffrey of Coutances, led a rebellion against the rule of William Rufus in order to place Robert Curthose on the throne. However, most Normans in England remained loyal. William Rufus and his army successfully attacked the rebel strongholds at Tonbridge , Pevensey and Rochester .

Death and succession
He died in St. Neot's Priory in 1090. His land was inherited by his son, Gilbert Fitz Richard .

Family
He was the son of Gilbert "Crispin", Count of Brionne .

The reference listed below states that Richard's great grandfather was Richard I of Normandy . Richard's father is also sometimes listed as Robert I "the Devil" , father of William the Conqueror . Sources as far back as the Annals of the Four Masters claim that Richard's great-grandson, Richard "Strongbow", was the direct descendant of Robert "the Devil". Gilbert "Crispin" was a descendant of Robert's cousin, but not Robert himself.

The modern Irish county of County Clare was historically part of the North Munster Gaelic kingdom of Thomond , dominated by the O'Briens, Kings of Thomond. The region was granted to the De Clare family in 1275 and they became Lords of Thomond. When the boundaries of the modern County Clare were fixed by Sir Henry Sidney in 1565, it was named after the De Clares .

Surrey
Richard's Surrey lands had a value of £241: 30% of the value of his English lands. Within Surrey, Richard Fitz Gilbert owned manors in the following places: Albury , Beddington , Bletchingley , Buckland , Chelsham , Chessington , Chipstead , Chivington, Effingham , Apps in Elmbridge , Farleigh , Immerworth (Kingston upon Thames ), Long Ditton , Mickleham , Molesey , Ockley , Old Malden , Shalford , Streatham , Tandridge , Tolworth , Tooting , Walton-on-Thames , Warlingham , Tillingdon, and Woldingham . 25



Birth Notes: Child - Rohese FitzRichard de Clare

FamilySearch has b. abt 1067, Tunbridge, Kent, England.


Research Notes: Child - Robert Fitz Richard Lord of Little Dunmow, Essex

First husband of Maud de St. Liz.

From Wikipedia - Robert Fitz Richard :

Robert Fitz Richard (1064-1136), entitled Robert Fitz Richard, Lord of Little Dunmow, Baron of Baynard , was a Norman landowner in England. His estates near Little Dunmow are said[1] to have been given to him after confiscation from Ralph Baynard , who had them earlier[2].

He was steward under Henry I of England [3] and under Stephen of England [4]. He served for a period as High Sheriff of Yorkshire

Family
He was the son of Sir Richard Fitz Gilbert , Lord of Clare and Tonbridge (c. 1035-1090) and Rohese Giffard, (b. c. 1034), daughter of Sir Walter Giffard, Lord of Longueville ,[5] and Agnes Flatel.[6]

He married (c. 1114), Maud de St. Liz, daughter of Sir Simon de St Liz, Earl of Northampton , and Maud de Huntingdon .

Children were:
Sir Walter Fitz Robert , (b. c. 1124).
Maud Fitz Robert, (b. c. 1132), Essex , who married (c. 1146, William d'Aubigny , son of Sir William d'Aubigny, Lord of Belvoir , and Cecily Bigod.



Birth Notes: Child - Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare

http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f001/f95/a0019557.htm has b. 1065


Death Notes: Child - Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare

http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f001/f95/a0019557.htm has d. 1114


Research Notes: Child - Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare

Lord of Clare, Tonbridge, and Cardigan, Wales; or Earl of Clare, Lord of Tonbridge and Cardigan.

From Wikipedia - Gilbert Fitz Richard :

Gilbert Fitz Richard (1065-1115) was son and heir of Richard Fitz Gilbert , earl of Clare, and heiress Rohese Giffard. He succeeded to his father's possessions in England in 1090; his brother, Roger Fitz Richard, inherited his father's lands in Normandy . Earl Gilbert's inheritance made him one of the wealthiest magnates in early twelfth-century England.

Gilbert may have been present at the suspicious death of William II in the New Forest in 1100. He was granted lands and the Lordship of Cardigan by Henry I , including Cardigan Castle . He and his wife Adeliza had nine children, two of whom became peers of the realm . He founded the Cluniac priory at Stoke-by-Clare, Suffolk.




Hamon FitzHamo




Husband Hamon FitzHamo 3 26

            AKA: Hamo Dapifer, Haimo Dapifer
           Born: Abt 1030 - <France>
     Christened: 
           Died: After Sep 1099
         Buried: 


         Father: Hamo Dentatus Lord of Torigni and Creuilly (Abt 1002-1047) 3
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 

Events

• Sheriff of Kent:

• Steward: to William I and William II.




Wife

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Robert FitzHamon Sieur de Creully 3 27 28

            AKA: Robert FitzHamon Seigneur of Crelly in Calvados, Normandy
           Born: Between 1045 and 1055 - <East Chester>, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 10 Mar 1107 - Falaise, Calvados, Normandy, France
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sybil Montgomery (Abt 1066-      ) 3 29



Research Notes: Husband - Hamon FitzHamo

From Wikipedia - Haimo (dapifer) :

Haimo or Hamo (died around 1100) (sometimes Haimo Dapifer[1] or Hamo Dapifer[2]) was an Anglo-Norman royal official under both King William I of England and King William II of England . He held the office of dapifer, or seneschal , as well as the office of sheriff of Kent.

Haimo was the son of Haimo Denatus , a Norman lord who held Torigny-sur-Vire near Manche in Normandy . The elder Haimo rebelled against Duke William, later King William I, and died about 1047.[3]


Haimo was steward to both King William I and William II.[4] He was in the office of steward by 1069.[5] Haimo was appointed to the office of Sheriff of Kent in 1077, and held it until his death.[3] During William II's reign, Haimo was one of five known stewards, the others were Eudo , Eudo's brother Hubert of Ryes , Roger Bigod , and Ivo Taillebois .[6]


The historian Emma Mason argues that Haimo, along with Ranulf Flambard , Urse d'Abetot , Robert Fitzhamon (Haimo's son), Roger Bigod, and Eudo Dapifer, were the first recognizable barons of the Exchequer , during King William II's reign.[7] These men were often associated in government together, witnessing documents and being used by William II as officials.[8] Haimo witnessed six of William II's writs .[9] Haimo's involvement in the higher levels of government dates especially from William II's absence from England in the late 1090s.[10] In 1099, when William was in Normandy, Haimo was one of the main assistants to Flambard, who was left in charge of England in the king's absence.[2]


According to Domesday Book , Haimo held lands in Kent, Surrey, and Essex, with the estates in Essex being larger than the other two counties.[11]


Haimo was still witnessing royal documents in September 1099,[12] and was one of the witnesses to the letter that King Henry I , William's brother and successor, wrote to Anselm , the Archbishop of Canterbury , shortly after Henry's accession to the throne after William II's death in a hunting accident.[13] Haimo died at some point shortly after this. He had two sons, Haimo, who became sheriff after him, and Robert fitz Haimo .[3] Robert was probably the elder, as he received his father's lands in Normandy after Haimo's death. The younger Haimo received the English lands.[4]


Birth Notes: Child - Robert FitzHamon Sieur de Creully

Some sources have b. abt 1070. Wikipedia has b. between 1045 & 1055.


Research Notes: Child - Robert FitzHamon Sieur de Creully

Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed. by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall (Baltimore, 2008), line 63-26 (Hawise de Beaumont)

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From The Collected Historical Works of Sir Francis Palgrave, K.H. in Ten Volumes, Volume Three: The History of Normandy and of England in Four Volumes, Volume Three, ed. by Sir R. H. Inglis Palgrave, F.R.S., Cambridge, 1921.
p. 389
Hamo Dentatus. Lord of Torigni and Creuilly. His grandson Robert, who built Cardiff Castle and was Lord of Glamorgan, died at Tinchebrai in 1106.
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From Wikipedia - Robert Fitzhamon :

Robert Fitzhamon (died March 1107), or Robert FitzHamon, Sieur de Creully in the Calvados region and Torigny in the Manche region of Normandy , was Lord of Gloucester and the Norman conqueror of Glamorgan , southern Wales .
As a kinsman of the Conqueror and one of the few Anglo-Norman barons to remain loyal to the two successive kings William Rufus and Henry I of England , he was a prominent figure in England and Normandy.
Not much is known about his earlier life, or his precise relationship to William I of England .

Parentage and ancestry
Robert FitzHamon (born c. 1045-1055, d. March 1107 Falaise , Normandy) was the son of Haimo the Sheriff of Kent and grandson of Haimo Dentatus ('The Toothy', i.e., probably buck-toothed). His grand-father held the lordships of Torigny, Creully, Mézy, and Evrecy in Normandy, but following is death at the Battle of Val-ès-Dunes in 1047, the family might have lost these lordships.

Career in England and Wales
Few details of Robert's career prior to 1087 are available.

Robert probably did not fight at Hastings , and does not appear in the Domesday Book , although some relatives may. He first comes to prominence as a supporter of William Rufus during the Rebellion of 1088 . After the revolt failed he was rewarded with great estates in Gloucestershire and elsewhere. Some of these had belonged to the late Queen Matilda , and were supposed to be inherited by Rufus's younger brother Henry (the future Henry I ); nevertheless Fitzhamon remained on good terms with Henry.

The chronology of Fitzhamon's conquest of Glamorgan is uncertain, but it probably took place in the decades after he received Gloucester.

One explanation is the legend of the Twelve Knights of Glamorgan , which dates from the 16th century, in which the Welsh Prince Iestyn ap Gwrgan (Jestin), prince or Lord of Glamorgan, supposedly called in the assistance of Robert Fitzhamon. Fitzhamon defeated the prince of South Wales Rhys ap Tewdwr in battle in 1090. With his Norman knights as reward he then took possession of Glamorgan, and "the French came into Dyned and Ceredigion, which they have still retained, and fortified the castles, and seized upon all the land of the Britons." Iestyn did not profit long by his involvement with the Normans. He was soon defeated and his lands taken in 1091.

Whether there is any truth in the legend or not Robert Fitzhamon seems to have seized control of the lowlands of Glamorgan and Gwynllwg sometime from around 1089 to 1094. His key strongholds were Cardiff Castle , which already may have been built, on the site of an old Roman fort , new castles at Newport , and at Kenfig . His descendants would inherit these castles and lands.

Rhys's daughter Nest became the mistress of King Henry I of England and allegedly was mother of Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester who married Mabel, Fitzhamon's daughter and heiress and thus had legitimacy both among the Welsh and the Norman barons.[1] (Robert of Caen's mother is however unknown to historians and genealogists).

Founder of Tewkesbury Abbey (1092)
He also refounded Tewkesbury Abbey in 1092. The abbey's dimensions are almost the same as Westminster Abbey . The first abbot was Giraldus, Abbot of Cranborne (d. 1110) who died before the abbey was consecrated in October 1121. The abbey was apparently built under the influence of his wife Sybil de Montgomery. [1] , said to be a beautiful and religious woman like her sisters.

Fitzhamon and His Kings
Legend has it that Robert had ominous dreams in the days before Rufus' fatal hunting expedition, which postponed but did not prevent the outing. He was one of the first to gather in tears around Rufus' corpse, and he used his cloak to cover the late king's body on its journey to be buried in Winchester . How much of these stories are the invention of later days is unknown.

In any case Fitzhamon proved as loyal to Henry I as he had been to his predecessor, remaining on Henry's side in the several open conflicts with Henry's brother Robert Curthose . He was one of the three barons who negotiated the 1101 truce between Henry I and Robert Curthose.

In 1105 he went to Normandy and was captured while fighting near his ancestral estates near Bayeux . This was one of the reasons Henry crossed the channel with a substantial force later that year. Fitzhamon was freed, and joined Henry's campaign, which proceeded to besiege Falaise . There Fitzhamon was severely injured in the head; although he lived two more years he was never the same mentally. He was buried in the Chapter House at Tewkesbury Abbey , which he had founded and considerably enriched during his lifetime.


Marriage and Children
Fitzhamon married Sybil de Montgomery around 1087 to 1090, apparently the youngest daughter of Roger of Montgomery, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury
by his first wife Mabel Talvas , daughter of William I Talvas , by whom he is said to have had four daughters. His eldest daughter Mabel inherited his great estates and married Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester around 1107. Fitzhamon's Gloucestershire property thus became the nucleus of the Earldom of Gloucester later given to his son-in-law. Fitzhamon is sometimes called Earl of Gloucester, but was never so created formally.

Another daughter Isabella (or Hawisa) is said to have been married to a count from Brittany, but no further details exist. His widow and two other daughters (unnamed) are reported to have entered a convent.

Robert fitzHamon's great granddaughter Isabel of Gloucester married John of England .




Robert FitzHamon Sieur de Creully and Sybil Montgomery




Husband Robert FitzHamon Sieur de Creully 3 27 28

            AKA: Robert FitzHamon Seigneur of Crelly in Calvados, Normandy
           Born: Between 1045 and 1055 - <East Chester>, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 10 Mar 1107 - Falaise, Calvados, Normandy, France
         Buried: 


         Father: Hamon FitzHamo (Abt 1030-After 1099) 3 26
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 

Events

• Lord of Thoringni:

• Refounded: Tewkesbury Abbey, 1092.

• Lord of Glamorgan:

• Lord of Gloucester:




Wife Sybil Montgomery 3 29

            AKA: Sibyl de Montgomery
           Born: Abt 1066 - <St. Germain Montgomery, Normandy>, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Roger de Montgomery 1st Earl of Shrewsbury (Abt 1022-1094) 3 30 31 32 33
         Mother: Mabel Talvas (Abt 1026-1079) 3 34




Children
1 F Mabel FitzHamon of Gloucester 3 27 35

            AKA: Maud FitzHammon, Maud FitzHamon
           Born: 1090 - Gloucestershire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 29 Sep 1157 - Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robert de Caen 1st Earl of Gloucester (Abt 1090-1147) 3 36 37
           Marr: 1107



Birth Notes: Husband - Robert FitzHamon Sieur de Creully

Some sources have b. abt 1070. Wikipedia has b. between 1045 & 1055.


Research Notes: Husband - Robert FitzHamon Sieur de Creully

Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed. by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall (Baltimore, 2008), line 63-26 (Hawise de Beaumont)

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From The Collected Historical Works of Sir Francis Palgrave, K.H. in Ten Volumes, Volume Three: The History of Normandy and of England in Four Volumes, Volume Three, ed. by Sir R. H. Inglis Palgrave, F.R.S., Cambridge, 1921.
p. 389
Hamo Dentatus. Lord of Torigni and Creuilly. His grandson Robert, who built Cardiff Castle and was Lord of Glamorgan, died at Tinchebrai in 1106.
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From Wikipedia - Robert Fitzhamon :

Robert Fitzhamon (died March 1107), or Robert FitzHamon, Sieur de Creully in the Calvados region and Torigny in the Manche region of Normandy , was Lord of Gloucester and the Norman conqueror of Glamorgan , southern Wales .
As a kinsman of the Conqueror and one of the few Anglo-Norman barons to remain loyal to the two successive kings William Rufus and Henry I of England , he was a prominent figure in England and Normandy.
Not much is known about his earlier life, or his precise relationship to William I of England .

Parentage and ancestry
Robert FitzHamon (born c. 1045-1055, d. March 1107 Falaise , Normandy) was the son of Haimo the Sheriff of Kent and grandson of Haimo Dentatus ('The Toothy', i.e., probably buck-toothed). His grand-father held the lordships of Torigny, Creully, Mézy, and Evrecy in Normandy, but following is death at the Battle of Val-ès-Dunes in 1047, the family might have lost these lordships.

Career in England and Wales
Few details of Robert's career prior to 1087 are available.

Robert probably did not fight at Hastings , and does not appear in the Domesday Book , although some relatives may. He first comes to prominence as a supporter of William Rufus during the Rebellion of 1088 . After the revolt failed he was rewarded with great estates in Gloucestershire and elsewhere. Some of these had belonged to the late Queen Matilda , and were supposed to be inherited by Rufus's younger brother Henry (the future Henry I ); nevertheless Fitzhamon remained on good terms with Henry.

The chronology of Fitzhamon's conquest of Glamorgan is uncertain, but it probably took place in the decades after he received Gloucester.

One explanation is the legend of the Twelve Knights of Glamorgan , which dates from the 16th century, in which the Welsh Prince Iestyn ap Gwrgan (Jestin), prince or Lord of Glamorgan, supposedly called in the assistance of Robert Fitzhamon. Fitzhamon defeated the prince of South Wales Rhys ap Tewdwr in battle in 1090. With his Norman knights as reward he then took possession of Glamorgan, and "the French came into Dyned and Ceredigion, which they have still retained, and fortified the castles, and seized upon all the land of the Britons." Iestyn did not profit long by his involvement with the Normans. He was soon defeated and his lands taken in 1091.

Whether there is any truth in the legend or not Robert Fitzhamon seems to have seized control of the lowlands of Glamorgan and Gwynllwg sometime from around 1089 to 1094. His key strongholds were Cardiff Castle , which already may have been built, on the site of an old Roman fort , new castles at Newport , and at Kenfig . His descendants would inherit these castles and lands.

Rhys's daughter Nest became the mistress of King Henry I of England and allegedly was mother of Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester who married Mabel, Fitzhamon's daughter and heiress and thus had legitimacy both among the Welsh and the Norman barons.[1] (Robert of Caen's mother is however unknown to historians and genealogists).

Founder of Tewkesbury Abbey (1092)
He also refounded Tewkesbury Abbey in 1092. The abbey's dimensions are almost the same as Westminster Abbey . The first abbot was Giraldus, Abbot of Cranborne (d. 1110) who died before the abbey was consecrated in October 1121. The abbey was apparently built under the influence of his wife Sybil de Montgomery. [1] , said to be a beautiful and religious woman like her sisters.

Fitzhamon and His Kings
Legend has it that Robert had ominous dreams in the days before Rufus' fatal hunting expedition, which postponed but did not prevent the outing. He was one of the first to gather in tears around Rufus' corpse, and he used his cloak to cover the late king's body on its journey to be buried in Winchester . How much of these stories are the invention of later days is unknown.

In any case Fitzhamon proved as loyal to Henry I as he had been to his predecessor, remaining on Henry's side in the several open conflicts with Henry's brother Robert Curthose . He was one of the three barons who negotiated the 1101 truce between Henry I and Robert Curthose.

In 1105 he went to Normandy and was captured while fighting near his ancestral estates near Bayeux . This was one of the reasons Henry crossed the channel with a substantial force later that year. Fitzhamon was freed, and joined Henry's campaign, which proceeded to besiege Falaise . There Fitzhamon was severely injured in the head; although he lived two more years he was never the same mentally. He was buried in the Chapter House at Tewkesbury Abbey , which he had founded and considerably enriched during his lifetime.


Marriage and Children
Fitzhamon married Sybil de Montgomery around 1087 to 1090, apparently the youngest daughter of Roger of Montgomery, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury
by his first wife Mabel Talvas , daughter of William I Talvas , by whom he is said to have had four daughters. His eldest daughter Mabel inherited his great estates and married Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester around 1107. Fitzhamon's Gloucestershire property thus became the nucleus of the Earldom of Gloucester later given to his son-in-law. Fitzhamon is sometimes called Earl of Gloucester, but was never so created formally.

Another daughter Isabella (or Hawisa) is said to have been married to a count from Brittany, but no further details exist. His widow and two other daughters (unnamed) are reported to have entered a convent.

Robert fitzHamon's great granddaughter Isabel of Gloucester married John of England .



Research Notes: Wife - Sybil Montgomery

Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed. by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall (Baltimore, 2008), line 63-26 (Hawise de Beaumont)


Research Notes: Child - Mabel FitzHamon of Gloucester

Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed. by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall (Baltimore, 2008), line 63-26 (Hawise de Beaumont)
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From Wikipedia - Mabel FitzHamon of Gloucester :

Mabel FitzHamon of Gloucester, Countess of Gloucester (1090- 29 September 1157[1]), was an Anglo-Norman noblewoman, and a wealthy heiress who brought the lordship of Gloucester , among other prestigious honours to her husband, Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester upon their marriage. He was the illegitimate son of King Henry I of England . Her father was Robert Fitzhamon , Lord of Gloucester and Glamorgan . As she was the eldest daughter of four, and her younger sisters had become nuns, Mabel inherited all of his honours and properties upon his death in 1107.


Family
Mabel was born in Gloucestershire , England in 1090, the eldest of the three daughters of Robert FitzHamon, Lord of Glamorgan, and Gloucester, and his wife, Sybil de Montgomery. Her three younger sisters, Hawise, Cecile and Amice[2] all became nuns, making Mabel the sole heiress to her father's lordships and vast estates in England, Wales, and Normandy.

Her paternal grandfather was Hamon, Sheriff of Kent . Her maternal grandparents were Roger de Montgomery, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury and Mabel Talvas of Belleme.

In March 1107, her father died in Normandy , leaving his lordships and estates to Mabel. Her mother married secondly Jean, Sire de Raimes.[3]



Marriage and children
In 1107, Mabel married Robert of Caen, an illegitimate son of King Henry I by his mistress Sybil Corbet. Their marriage is recorded by Orderic Vitalis who also names her parents.[4] He would later become an important figure during the turbulent period in English history known as The Anarchy which occurred in the reign of King Stephen of England . Throughout the civil war , he was a loyal supporter of his half-sister Empress Matilda who would make him the chief commander of her army. He had originally sworn fealty to King Stephen, but after quarrelling with him in 1137, his English and Welsh possessions were forfeited, and thus he joined forces with Matilda.[5]

Mabel brought to her husband, the honours of Gloucester in England, Glamorgan in Wales, Sainte-Scholasse-sur-Sarthe, Evrecy and Creully in Normandy. By right of his wife, he became the 2nd Lord of Glamorgan, and gained possession of her father's castle of Cardiff in Wales. In August 1122, he was created 1st Earl of Gloucester; henceforth, Mabel was styled as Countess of Gloucester.

Together Robert and Mabel had at least eight children:

William Fitz Robert, 2nd Earl of Gloucester (23 November 1112- 23 November 1183), married Hawise de Beaumont by whom he had five children, including Isabella of Gloucester , the first wife of King John of England , and Amice FitzRobert, Countess of Gloucester.
Roger, Bishop of Worcester (died 9 August 1179)
Hamon FitzRobert, (died 1159), killed in the Siege of Toulouse.
Robert FitzRobert of Ilchester (died before 1157), married Hawise de Redvers, by whom he had a daughter Mabel who in her turn married Jordan de Cambernon.
Richard FitzRobert, Sire de Creully (died 1175), inherited the seigneury of Creully from Mabel, and became the ancestor of the Sires de Creully. He married the daughter of Hughes de Montfort by whom he had five children.
Philip FitzRobert, (died after 1147), Castellan of Cricklade . He took part in the Second Crusade .
Maud FitzRobert (died 29 July 1190), married Ranulf de Gernon , 4th Earl of Chester by whom she had three children.
Mabel FitzRobert, married Aubrey de Vere

Robert also sired an illegitimate son, Richard, Bishop of Bayeux by Isabel de Douvres.

Mabel's husband died on 31 October 1147. Mabel herself died on 29 September 1157 in Bristol at the age of sixty-seven years.


Henry FitzHugh 5th Baron FitzHugh and Alice Montague Neville




Husband Henry FitzHugh 5th Baron FitzHugh 38

           Born: 1429 - Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 8 Jun 1472 - Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
         Buried: 


         Father: William FitzHugh (1398-1452) 38
         Mother: Margaret Willoughby (1390-1452) 38


       Marriage: 



Wife Alice Montague Neville 38

           Born: 1406 - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 9 Dec 1462 - Bisham, Berkshire, England
         Buried: 


         Father: Richard Neville Earl of Salisbury (1400-1460) 38 39
         Mother: Alice de Montagu Countess of Salisbury (1406-1462) 38 39




Children
1 F Elizabeth FitzHugh 38

           Born: 1451 - Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 28 Feb 1513 - Northamptonshire, England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Nicholas De Vaux (1426-      ) 38




William FitzHugh and Margaret Willoughby




Husband William FitzHugh 38

           Born: 1398 - Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 22 Oct 1452 - Yorkshire, England
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 



Wife Margaret Willoughby 38

           Born: 1390 - Lincolnshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 22 Oct 1452 - Yorkshire, England
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Henry FitzHugh 5th Baron FitzHugh 38

           Born: 1429 - Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 8 Jun 1472 - Ravensworth, Yorkshire, England
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Alice Montague Neville (1406-1462) 38




Sir Nigell FitzIvo 1st Baron of Halton




Husband Sir Nigell FitzIvo 1st Baron of Halton 40 41 42

            AKA: Nigel of Cotentin, Nigell of Chester
           Born: Abt 1042 - <Cotentin, Normandy, France>
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1080
         Buried: 


         Father: Ivo Saint Sauveur (Abt 1026-      ) 43
         Mother: Emme de Bretagne (Abt 1026-      ) 44


       Marriage: 

Events

• Hereditary Constable of Chester:

• Baron of Halton: Cir 1070-1080.

• Fought: against the Welsh at the Battle of Rhuddlan, 1077.




Wife

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M William FitzNigell 2nd Baron of Halton 45 46

            AKA: William FitzNigel 2nd Baron of Halton, William Fitz Nigell
           Born: 1085 - Halton, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 1153
         Buried:  - Chester, Cheshire, England
         Spouse: Aliva (Abt 1085-      ) 47
           Marr: Abt 1110 - Flamborough, East Riding, Yorkshire, England


2 M John FitzNigell 48 49

            AKA: John Monoculus FitzNigell, John Monoculus Fitz Nigell
           Born: 1090 - Knaresborough, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 1138
         Buried: 




Birth Notes: Husband - Sir Nigell FitzIvo 1st Baron of Halton

Another source has b. abt 1065


Research Notes: Husband - Sir Nigell FitzIvo 1st Baron of Halton

From Wikipedia - Barons of Halton :

1 Nigel of Cotentin
(c. 1070-1080)
He was also the hereditary Constable of Chester. In 1077 he fought against the Welsh at the Battle of Rhuddlan .[2] It is almost certain that he built a motte-and-bailey castle on Halton Hill but nothing remains of it today.[3]


Research Notes: Child - William FitzNigell 2nd Baron of Halton

From Wikipedia - Barons of Halton :

2 William FitzNigel
(1080-1134)
The son of Nigel of Cotentin. He also held the honour of being the Marshal of the Earls' host, which was an important position in the Norman military hierarchy. In addition to his land in Halton, his estate included land in other parts of Cheshire and also in Normandy .[4] He married the eldest daughter of Yorfid, the baron of Widnes . Yorfid left no male heir and on his death the Lancashire manors of Widnes, Appleton, Cronton and Rainhill came to William.[1] In 1115 he established a priory of the Augustinian Order of Canons Regular in Runcorn .[5] He was buried at Chester.[6]


Eustace FitzJohn 4th Baron of Halton and Agnes FitzWilliam




Husband Eustace FitzJohn 4th Baron of Halton 42 50 51

            AKA: Eustace Fitz John
           Born: Abt 1110 - Ewyas Harrold, Hereford, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 3 Jul 1157
         Buried: 


         Father: John FitzNigell (1090-1138) 48 49
         Mother: 


       Marriage: Abt 1127 - Flamborough, East Riding, Yorkshire, England

Events

• Baron of Halton: 1150-1157.




Wife Agnes FitzWilliam 42 52 53

            AKA: Agnes FitzNigell
           Born: Abt 1114 - East Halton, Skipton, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 1166
         Buried: 


         Father: William FitzNigell 2nd Baron of Halton (1085-1153) 45 46
         Mother: Aliva (Abt 1085-      ) 47




Children
1 M Richard FitzEustace 5th Baron of Halton 42 54 55 56

            AKA: Richard Fitz Eustace
           Born: Abt 1128 - East Halton, Skipton, West Riding, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Between 1157 and 1163
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Albreda de Lisoures (Abt 1128-After 1194) 57
           Marr: 1150 - Chester, Cheshire, England



Birth Notes: Husband - Eustace FitzJohn 4th Baron of Halton

http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f002/f51/a0025188.htm has b. 1110 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England.


Death Notes: Husband - Eustace FitzJohn 4th Baron of Halton

Killed fighting the Welsh.


Research Notes: Husband - Eustace FitzJohn 4th Baron of Halton

From Wikipedia - Barons of Halton :

4 Eustace FitzJohn
(1150-1157)
He obtained the title by marriage, his second wife being the sister of William FitzWilliam. He had inherited the barony of Knaresborough and by his first marriage had also gained the baronies of Malton and Alnwick .[8] He was killed fighting the Welsh.[5]


Research Notes: Wife - Agnes FitzWilliam

Sister of William FitzWilliam, 3rd Baron of Halton.


Research Notes: Child - Richard FitzEustace 5th Baron of Halton

From Wikipedia - Barons of Halton :

5 Richard FitzEustace
(1157-1171)
The son of Eustace FitzJohn. He married into the de Lacy family of Yorkshire .[9]


John Ingoe and Alice FitzLangley of Malden, Essex




Husband John Ingoe

            AKA: Robert Ingoe
           Born: Abt 1392 - <Malden, Essex, England>
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: Bef 1416 - <Malden, Essex, England>



Wife Alice FitzLangley of Malden, Essex 3

           Born: Abt 1395 - <Malden, Essex, England>
     Christened: 
           Died: 1448 - Malden (Maldon), Essex, England
         Buried: 1448 - All Hallows Church, Malden, Essex, England


         Father: Henry FitzLangley of Malden, Essex (Abt 1366-      ) 3
         Mother: 



   Other Spouse: Robert Darcy of Malden, Essex (Abt 1391-1449) 3 - 1417 - <Malden, Essex, England>


Children

Research Notes: Husband - John Ingoe

First husband of Alice FitzLangley


Henry FitzLangley of Malden, Essex




Husband Henry FitzLangley of Malden, Essex 3

           Born: Abt 1366
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 



Wife

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 F Alice FitzLangley of Malden, Essex 3

           Born: Abt 1395 - <Malden, Essex, England>
     Christened: 
           Died: 1448 - Malden (Maldon), Essex, England
         Buried: 1448 - All Hallows Church, Malden, Essex, England
         Spouse: John Ingoe (Abt 1392-      )
           Marr: Bef 1416 - <Malden, Essex, England>
         Spouse: Robert Darcy of Malden, Essex (Abt 1391-1449) 3
           Marr: 1417 - <Malden, Essex, England>




Robert FitzMaldred and Isabel de Neville




Husband Robert FitzMaldred 3

           Born: Abt 1170 - Raby, Durham, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1245
         Buried: 


         Father: Maldred FitzDolphin (Abt 1157-      ) 3
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 1213 - Brancepeth, Durham, England



Wife Isabel de Neville 3

           Born: Abt 1176 - <Brancepeth>, Durham, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef May 1254
         Buried: 


         Father: Geoffrey de Neville (Abt 1140-Bef 1193) 3
         Mother: Emma de Bulmer (Abt 1144-Bef 1208) 3




Children
1 M Geoffrey FitzRobert de Neville 3

            AKA: Geoffrey FitzRobert de Neville
           Born: Abt 1197 - Raby, Durham, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 29 Sep 1242
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Joan (Abt 1201-After 1247) 3
           Marr: Abt 1222 - Raby with Keverstone, Staindrop, Durham, England




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