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John II Ludlow

M, b. 1365, d. July 20, 1398

Parents

Family: Isabel Lingen (b. circa 1366, d. December 6, 1446)

Biography

  • Birth: John II Ludlow was born in 1365 in Ludlow, Shropshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Isabel Lingen were married in 1390.
  • Death: John II Ludlow died on July 20, 1398, at age ~33, in Shropshire, England.
  • Occupation: He was a Knight.

Isabel Lingen

F, b. circa 1366, d. December 6, 1446

Family: John II Ludlow (b. 1365, d. July 20, 1398)

Biography

  • Birth: Isabel Lingen was born circa 1366 in Shropshire, England.
  • Marriage: She and John II Ludlow were married in 1390.
  • Death: Isabel Lingen died on December 6, 1446 in Shropshire, England.

John Ludlow

M, b. May 6, 1320, d. February 17, 1382

Parents

Family: Joan Sibbeton (b. 1332, d. 1394)

Biography

  • Birth: John Ludlow was born on May 6, 1320 in Ludlow, Shropshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Joan Sibbeton were married.
  • Death: John Ludlow died on February 17, 1382, at age 61, in Shropshire, England.

Joan Sibbeton

F, b. 1332, d. 1394

Family: John Ludlow (b. May 6, 1320, d. February 17, 1382)

Biography

  • Birth: Joan Sibbeton was born in 1332 in Wiltshire, England.
  • Marriage: She and John Ludlow were married.
  • Death: Joan Sibbeton died in 1394, at age ~62, in Stokesay, Shropshire, England.

Laurence Ludlowe

M, b. 1302, d. October 14, 1353

Family: Hawise de Ervassal (b. 1310, d. May 1, 1351)

Biography

  • Birth: Laurence Ludlowe was born in 1302 in Stokesay, Shropshire, England.
  • Death: He died on October 14, 1353, at age ~51, in Stokesay, Shropshire, England.

Hawise de Ervassal

F, b. 1310, d. May 1, 1351

Family: Laurence Ludlowe (b. 1302, d. October 14, 1353)

Biography

  • Birth: Hawise de Ervassal was born in 1310.
  • Death: She died on May 1, 1351, at age ~41, in Ludlow, Shropshire, England.

Myles Stapleton

M, b. 1408, d. 1466

Parents

Family: Catherine de la Pole (b. 1416, d. October 13, 1488)

Biography

  • Birth: Myles Stapleton was born in 1408 in Ingham, Norfolk, England.
  • Marriage: He and Catherine de la Pole were married in 1436.
  • Death: Myles Stapleton died in 1466, at age ~58, in Ingham, Norfolk, England.

Catherine de la Pole

F, b. 1416, d. October 13, 1488

Parents

Family: Myles Stapleton (b. 1408, d. 1466)

Biography

  • Birth: Catherine de la Pole was born in 1416 in Suffolk, England.
  • Marriage: She and Myles Stapleton were married in 1436.
  • Death: Catherine de la Pole died on October 13, 1488, at age ~72, in Staffordshire, England.

Brian Stapleton

M, b. circa 1375

Parents

Family: Cecily Bardolf (b. 1371, d. September 29, 1432)

Biography

  • Birth: Brian Stapleton was born circa 1375 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Cecily Bardolf were married in 1395 in Ingham, Norfolk, England.

Cecily Bardolf

F, b. 1371, d. September 29, 1432

Family: Brian Stapleton (b. circa 1375)

Biography

  • Birth: Cecily Bardolf was born in 1371 in Sussex County, England.
  • Marriage: She and Brian Stapleton were married in 1395 in Ingham, Norfolk, England.
  • Death: Cecily Bardolf died on September 29, 1432, at age ~61, in Yorkshire, England.

Miles Stapleton

M, b. circa 1350, d. April 10, 1419

Parents

Family: Ela de Ufford (b. 1350)

Biography

  • Birth: Miles Stapleton was born circa 1350 in Ingham, Norfolk, England.
  • Marriage: He and Ela de Ufford were married.
  • Death: Miles Stapleton died on April 10, 1419 in Yorkshire, England.

Ela de Ufford

F, b. 1350

Family: Miles Stapleton (b. circa 1350, d. April 10, 1419)

Biography

  • Birth: Ela de Ufford was born in 1350 in Saffron, Waldon, Essex Co, England.
  • Marriage: She and Miles Stapleton were married.

Miles de Stapleton

M, b. 1318, d. December 4, 1364

Parents

Family: Joan de Ingham (b. circa 1320)

Biography

  • Birth: Miles de Stapleton was born in 1318 in Norfolk, England.
  • Marriage: He and Joan de Ingham were married.
  • Death: Miles de Stapleton died on December 4, 1364, at age ~46, in Auray, Lorient, Morbihan, Brittany, France.
  • Note: Sir Miles Stapleton of Bedale (or of Cotherstone) KG (1320?–1364) was an English knight, one of the Knights Founder of the Order of the Garter. He was the eldest son of Gilbert de Stapleton, knt. (d. 1321), and the grandson of Miles de Stapleton (d. 1314). His mother was Matilda (b. 1298), also called Agnes, elder daughter and coheiress of Brian FitzAlan, lord of Bedale, Askham Bryan, and Cotherstone. Through his paternal line, he was a great-grandson of Dervorguilla of Galloway, mother of John Balliol, King of Scotland, and a descendant of the Bruces by Laderia, daughter of Peter III de Brus of Skelton and grandmother of Sir Gilbert. Sir Miles Stapleton of Bedale should not be confused with Sir Miles Stapleton of Haddlesey (ca. 1318–1372), occasionally identified as le seigneur.

    Only an infant at the death of his father, he was at the Siege of Tournai (1340) with his younger brother Brian Stapleton, and then fought in Brittany during the War of Breton Succession. He was probably at the siege of Calais in 1347. He participated in three tournaments between October 1347 and January 1348, at Bury St Edmunds, Eltham, and Windsor, after which he was described as a knight of the chamber in the Wardrobe accounts.

    In October 1351 Stapleton joined the newly knighted William Latimer abroad. In 1354 he participated in an embassy to Pope Innocent VI requesting intervention in the Anglo-French war. Stapleton joined Henry Lancaster's raid across Normandy in 1356 in support of Philippe de Navarre, whom he served in 1358 as a messenger. In June 1361 he received an annuity of 100l. from the exchequer for his ‘unwearied labours and laudable services.’.[1] He may have been the Miles Stapleton who was one of the witnesses to the treaty of Brétigny in 1360. In March 1361 and August 1362 he served on commissions of peace with the Earl of Suffolk. In January 1363 Stapleton was one of a group of English knights recorded as borrowing money from local merchants at Thorn in Poland, most likely during a Prussian crusade.

    He died in December of 1364, possibly, as the family historian conjectures, of wounds received in the battle of Auray.

Joan de Ingham

F, b. circa 1320

Family: Miles de Stapleton (b. 1318, d. December 4, 1364)

Biography

  • Birth: Joan de Ingham was born circa 1320.
  • Marriage: She and Miles de Stapleton were married.

Gilbert de Stapelton

M, b. 1297, d. August 12, 1321

Parents

Family: Agnes FitzAlan (b. circa 1298, d. November 3, 1348)

Biography

  • Birth: Gilbert de Stapelton was born in 1297 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Agnes FitzAlan were married on December 15, 1317 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Death: Gilbert de Stapelton died on August 12, 1321, at age ~24, in Yorkshire, England.

Agnes FitzAlan

F, b. circa 1298, d. November 3, 1348

Family: Gilbert de Stapelton (b. 1297, d. August 12, 1321)

Biography

  • Birth: Agnes FitzAlan was born circa 1298 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: She and Gilbert de Stapelton were married on December 15, 1317 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Death: Agnes FitzAlan died on November 3, 1348 in Yorkshire, England.

Miles de Stapelton

M, b. circa 1260, d. June 24, 1314

Parents

Family: Isabel de Bellew (b. circa 1262, d. 1314)

Biography

  • Birth: Miles de Stapelton was born circa 1260 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Isabel de Bellew were married on May 10, 1306 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Death: Miles de Stapelton died on June 24, 1314 in Bannockburn, Stirling, Central, Scotland.

Isabel de Bellew

F, b. circa 1262, d. 1314

Family: Miles de Stapelton (b. circa 1260, d. June 24, 1314)

Biography

  • Birth: Isabel de Bellew was born circa 1262 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: She and Miles de Stapelton were married on May 10, 1306 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Death: Isabel de Bellew died in 1314.

Margery Bassett

F, b. circa 1227, d. 1280

Family: Nicholas de Stapelton (b. circa 1236, d. October 14, 1290)

Biography

  • Birth: Margery Bassett was born circa 1227 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: She and Nicholas de Stapelton were married in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England.
  • Death: Margery Bassett died in 1280 in Yorkshire, England.

Nicholas de Stapelton

M, b. circa 1236, d. October 14, 1290

Parents

Family: Margery Bassett (b. circa 1227, d. 1280)

Biography

  • Birth: Nicholas de Stapelton was born circa 1236 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Margery Bassett were married in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England.
  • Death: Nicholas de Stapelton died on October 14, 1290 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England.

Roger de Stapelton

M, b. circa 1191

Family: Juliana de Wath (b. circa 1200)

Biography

  • Birth: Roger de Stapelton was born circa 1191 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Juliana de Wath were married in 1236 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England.

Juliana de Wath

F, b. circa 1200

Family: Roger de Stapelton (b. circa 1191)

Biography

  • Birth: Juliana de Wath was born circa 1200 in Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: She and Roger de Stapelton were married in 1236 in Stapleton, Yorkshire, England.

Michael de la Pole

M, b. 1361, d. September 23, 1415

Parents

Family: Catherine de Stafford (b. 1366, d. April 8, 1419)

Biography

  • Birth: Michael de la Pole was born in 1361 in Hull, Yorkshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Catherine de Stafford were married in 1383.
  • Death: Michael de la Pole died on September 23, 1415, at age ~54, in Harfleur, Seine-Maritime, France.
  • Note: English Nobility. 2nd Earl of Suffolk. His father was a former Lord Chancellor of England who died in exile in 1389 after being accused of treason, and was stripped of all his titles. The Earldom of Suffolk was restored to Michael in 1398 but he never succeeded in gaining back all the family estates. He regularly attended Parliament, though his political ambitions were largely confined to his native East Anglia. From 1399 he was a justice of the peace in Suffolk and Norfolk. In 1415, he and his eldest son Michael brought 40 men-at-arms and 120 archers with them on Henry V's French campaign. He died of dysentery during the Siege of Harfleur and the king immediately had his body shipped back to England for burial. His tomb at St. Andrew's in Wingfield features rare surviving examples of medieval funeral effigies carved in wood. (bio by: Bobb Edwards.)