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Gilbert De Lacy Lord Meath

M, b. 1210, d. 1260

Parents

Family: Isabel Bigod (b. 1210, d. 1269)

Biography

  • Birth: Gilbert De Lacy Lord Meath was born in 1210 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland.
  • Death: He died in 1260, at age ~50, in Herefordshire, England.

Walter Lord Palantine Of Meath De Lacy

M, b. 1160, d. February 24, 1240

Parents

Family: Margaret De Braose (b. 1179)

Biography

  • Birth: Walter Lord Palantine Of Meath De Lacy was born in 1160 in Herefordshire, England.
  • Death: He died on February 24, 1240, at age ~80.
  • Note: Walter de Lacie, elder son, paid in the 10th of Richard I, 1199, 2000 marks for the king's favour and to have livery of his lands, but this being the last year of that monarch's reign, his brother and successor, King John, exacted no less than 1000 pounds for similar favour of livery. In the 9th of the latter king's reign, Walter de Lacie obtained a confirmation of his lands and dominion of Meath in Ireland, to be held by him and his heirs for the service of 50 knights' fees; as also his fees in Fingall, in the valley of Dublin, to be held by the service of seven knights' fees. But in three years afterwards, King John passing into Ireland with his army, Lacie was forced to deliver himself up and all his possessions on that kingdom, and to abjure the realm. He was subsequently banished from England, but in the 16th of the same reign, he seems to have made his peace, for he was allowed to repossess his Castle of Ludlow; and the next year he recovered all of his lands, except the castle and lands of Drogheda, by paying a fine of 4000 marks to the crown. After this we find him Sheriff of Herefordshire, in the 18th of King John, and 2nd of Henry III, and in the 14th of the latter king, joined with Geoffrey de Marisco, then Justice of Ireland, and Richard de Burgh, in subduing the King of Connaught, who had taken up arms to expel the English from his territories. So much for the secular acts of this baron. Of his works of Piety, it is recorded that he confirmed to the canons of Lathony all those lands and churches in Ireland, granted to them by his father, Hugh de Lacie; and of his own bounty, gave them the church of Our Lady of Drogheda, with other valuable gifts. To the monks at Creswil, in Hereford, he was a special benefactor, having conferred on them 200 acres of land and wood called Ham; also 600 acres, with the woods thereto belonging, and common pasture for their cattle in New Forest, and in divers pasturages. Moreover, the ninth sheaf of wheat and other corn, except oats, throughout all his lordships in England and Wales. Likewise the tithe of all the hides of those cattle which were yearly sold at the larder of his Castle at Ewyas. In Ireland he founded the Abbey of Beaubee, in Normandy, which was a first cell to the great Abbey of Bec in Normandy, and afterwards at Furness, in Lancaster. He married Margaret, daughter of William de Braose, of Brecknock, and in 1241, being then infirm and blind, departed this life, leaving his great inheritance to be divided among females, viz., the daughters of his son, who died in the lifetime of his father. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 426-427.)

Hugh De Lacy

M, b. 1120, d. 1186

Parents

Family: Rohese De Clare (b. circa 1130)

Biography

  • Birth: Hugh De Lacy was born in 1120 in Herefordshire, England.
  • Death: He died in 1186, at age ~66.
  • Note: Hugh de Lacy (? – July 25, 1186, Durrow, Leinster) was the great grandson of Walter de Lacy. In 1172 County Meath was granted by Henry II of England to Hugh de Lacy. He was the 1st Lord of Meath. You can follow the pedegree up to the Earls of Meath. Hugh de Lacy and his son Walter de Lacy (1180 – 1240) built Trim Castle and Kilkea Castle. Hugh de Lacy was killed while supervising the construction of a Motte castle at Durrow, Co. Offaly in 1186 at the instigation of Sinnagh (the Fox) and O'Breen (see Annals of the Four Masters, 1186.5). De Lacy was initially buried at Durrow Abbey. In 1195 the archbishops of Cashel and Dublin disinterred him and buried his body in Bective Abbey in Meath and his head in St. Thomas’s Abbey in Dublin. In 1205 his body was also interred in St. Thomas's Abbey. (Wikipedia.)

Rohese De Clare

F, b. circa 1130

Parents

Family: Hugh De Lacy (b. 1120, d. 1186)

Biography

  • Birth: Rohese De Clare was born circa 1130 in Clare, Suffolk, England.

Gilbert De Lacy

M, b. 1090, d. 1165

Parents

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Gilbert De Lacy was born in 1090 in Herefordshire, England.
  • Death: He died in 1165, at age ~75.

Hugh De Talbot

M, b. 1070, d. 1120

Parents

Family 1: Beatrice De Mandeville (b. circa 1123)

Family 2: Emma De Lacy (b. 1070)

Biography

  • Birth: Hugh De Talbot was born in 1070 in Normandy, France.
  • Death: He died in 1120, at age ~50.

Emma De Lacy

F, b. 1070

Parents

Family: Hugh De Talbot (b. 1070, d. 1120)

Biography

  • Birth: Emma De Lacy was born in 1070.

Aimee De Albini

F, b. 1050

Parents

Family: Richard Talbot (b. 1045)

Biography

  • Birth: Aimee De Albini was born in 1050 in Manche, Basse-Normandie, France.

William Talbot

M, b. 1025

Parents

Family: Basilia Flaitel (b. circa 1035)

Biography

  • Birth: William Talbot was born in 1025 in Battlesdon, Bedford, England.

Adele De Eu

F, b. circa 986

Family: Neil de St Sauveur (b. 986, d. 1055)

Biography

  • Birth: Adele De Eu was born circa 986.

Lesire Talbot

M, b. 1000

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Lesire Talbot was born in 1000 in Battlesdon, Bedford, England.

William D'Aubigny

M, b. 990

Parents

Family: Adelica Belvoir De Plessis

Biography

  • Birth: William D'Aubigny was born in 990 in Manche, Basse-Normandie, France.
  • Death: He died in Aubigny, Normandy, France.
  • Occupation: He was a Viscount DE CÔNTENTIN.

Adelica Belvoir De Plessis

F

Family: William D'Aubigny (b. 990)

Neil de St Sauveur

M, b. 986, d. 1055

Parents

Family: Adele De Eu (b. circa 986)

Biography

  • Birth: Neil de St Sauveur was born in 986.
  • Death: He died in 1055, at age ~69.

Roger De St Sauveur

M, b. 944

Parents

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Roger De St Sauveur was born in 944.

Nigel De St Sauveur

M, b. 911

Parents

Family: Sporte De Bretagne (b. 908, d. circa 936)

Biography

  • Birth: Nigel De St Sauveur was born in 911.

Ermaline

F

Family: Walter De Lacy (b. 1042, d. April 2, 1084)

Richard De St Sauveur

M, b. 881, d. 913

Parents

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Richard De St Sauveur was born in 881.
  • Death: He died in 913, at age ~32.

Emma De Bois L'Eveque

F, b. 1025

Parents

Family: Hugh De Lacy (b. 1020)

Biography

  • Birth: Emma De Bois L'Eveque was born in 1025.

Gilbert De Clare

M, b. 1035

Parents

Family: Isabel Of Montlhery (b. circa 1041)

Biography

  • Birth: Gilbert De Clare was born in 1035 in Normandy, France.

Bernard St Valery

M, b. 1005, d. October 14, 1066

Parents

Family: Dommart De St Valery (b. 1011)

Biography

  • Birth: Bernard St Valery was born in 1005 in Normandy, France.
  • Death: He died on October 14, 1066, at age ~61, in Battle of Hastings, Sussex, England.

Dommart De St Valery

F, b. 1011

Family: Bernard St Valery (b. 1005, d. October 14, 1066)

Biography

  • Birth: Dommart De St Valery was born in 1011 in Normandy, France.

Hugh III Earl of Norfolk Le Bigod

M, b. 1190, d. 1275

Parents

Family: Maud Marshal (b. 1189, d. 1248)

Biography

  • Birth: Hugh III Earl of Norfolk Le Bigod was born in 1190 in Thetford, Norfolk, England.
  • Death: He died in 1275, at age ~85.

Maud Marshal

F, b. 1189, d. 1248

Parents

Family 1: Hugh III Earl of Norfolk Le Bigod (b. 1190, d. 1275)

Family 2: William de Warenne (b. 1166, d. May 27, 1240)

Biography

  • Birth: Maud Marshal was born in 1189.
  • Death: She died in 1248, at age ~59.

Roger II Earl of Norfolk Le Bigod

M, b. 1134

Parents

Family: Ida Isabel Plantagenet (b. 1164)

Biography

  • Birth: Roger II Earl of Norfolk Le Bigod was born in 1134 in Thetford, Norfolk, England.
  • Note: He was the son of Hugh Bigod, 1st Earl of Norfolk and succeeded to the earldom of Norfolk, was confirmed in his earldom and other honours by Richard I, after he had fallen under the displeasure of Henry II. King Richard also sent him to France as an ambassador in 1189.

    He took part in the negotiations for the release of Richard from prison, and after the king's return to England became justiciar. The earl was one of the leaders of the baronial party which obtained John's assent to Magna Carta, and his name appears among the signatories to this document.

    Around Christmas 1181, Roger married Ida de Tosney, a former mistress of King Henry II, and by her had a number of children (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

    Surety for the Observance of the Magna Charta, created Earl of Norfolk in 1189. He was born before 1150, and was summoned to Parliament as a baron in 1177. In 1200 this Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk was sent by King John to William, the Lion, King of Scotland, to pay homage to the King in the Parliament held at Lincoln. Later he was won over to the rebel barons and became one of the strongest advocates of the Charter of Liberty, and chosen to help enforce this great instrument. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith. page 526.)