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Anne Talbot

F, b. circa 1190

Family: Eustace Whitney (b. circa 1190)

Biography

  • Birth: Anne Talbot was born circa 1190.

William Timperley

M, b. circa 1275

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: William Timperley was born circa 1275.

Thomas de Lathom

M, b. circa 1300, d. September 17, 1370

Parents

Family: Eleanor de Ferrers (b. circa 1305)

Biography

  • Birth: Thomas de Lathom was born circa 1300 in Lathom, Lancashire, England.
  • Death: He died on September 17, 1370 in Lancashire, England.
  • Note: Knight of the Shire
    Lord of West Derby
    Chief Custos of Peace
    He did homage for his inheritance in the 18th year of Edward II, 1325, and his name occurs on numerous rolls of summons and royal charters from that period to 1370, when he died leaving by his wife Alianore, a son Thomas. The Lathom arms are given in a roll of arms 1337-1350: Or, on a chief indented azure, three besants. He was Commissioner of Arroy in Lancashire 1322/3, Chief Custos of Peace there in 1323, returned as Knight of the Shire in 1324 and had Charter of free warren in Lathom, Knowsley, Childwall, Roby and Anlasargh.
    (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 541.)

Eleanor de Ferrers

F, b. circa 1305

Parents

Family: Thomas de Lathom (b. circa 1300, d. September 17, 1370)

Biography

  • Birth: Eleanor de Ferrers was born circa 1305 in Chartley Castle, Staffordshire, England.

Robert de Lathom

M, b. circa 1270, d. 1325

Parents

Family: Katherine de Knowseligh (b. circa 1270)

Biography

  • Birth: Robert de Lathom was born circa 1270.
  • Death: He died in 1325.
  • Note: Sir Robert fought against the Scots in 1291 and again in 1309. He was commissioner of Array in the expedition against Bruce in 1307. He had charter of free warren in the manors of Lathom and Roby in 1303. He had four children. An inquest postmortem was held on his death in 1325. Sir Robert de Lathom was in possession in 1291, as by summons of that date against the Scots and was summoned to meet the peers in the Great Council at Westminster in the reign of Edward II in 1324 and was deceased in 1325 when his Inquisition Post Mortem was taken. He married Katherine, daughter and heiress of Robert, Lord of Knowsley, Lord of Knowsley in County Lancaster. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 1005.)

Katherine de Knowseligh

F, b. circa 1270

Parents

Family: Robert de Lathom (b. circa 1270, d. 1325)

Biography

  • Birth: Katherine de Knowseligh was born circa 1270.

Robert de Lathom

M, b. circa 1198

Parents

Family: Amicia de Alfreton (b. circa 1228)

Biography

  • Birth: Robert de Lathom was born circa 1198 in Lancashire, England.
  • Note: He was summoned for military service against Llewelyn in 1277 and fought the Welsh in 1282. He had four sons. Sir Robert Fitz-Henry de Lathom, Knight, heir to his brother Richard, was Sheriff of Lancaster in 1236. Custos of the Castle and County in 1250 and of the honour for the shire in 1254, surviving in 1287. He sealed with the arms of Botelar and difference in chief. He was the founder of the great interests in Lancaster which the successors of his family, the Stanleys, have continued to the present day. In 1250 he had grant of the custos of the honour and Castle of Lancaster, an office of dignity almost commensurate with that of Earl Palatine. (They ruled ruled like a king in their province.) He married before 1252 Amicia, daughter and heiress of Robert de Alfreton, a Parliamentary Baron. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 1005.)

Amicia de Alfreton

F, b. circa 1228

Parents

Family: Robert de Lathom (b. circa 1198)

Biography

  • Birth: Amicia de Alfreton was born circa 1228 in Lancashire, England.

Richard de Lathom

M, b. circa 1172, d. 1220

Parents

Family: Alice (b. circa 1176)

Biography

  • Birth: Richard de Lathom was born circa 1172 in Dalton, Lancashire, England.
  • Death: He died in 1220.

Alice

F, b. circa 1176

Family: Richard de Lathom (b. circa 1172, d. 1220)

Biography

  • Birth: Alice was born circa 1176 in Dalton, Lancashire, England.

Robert FitzHenry de Lathom

M, b. circa 1135

Parents

Family: Emma De Grelle (b. circa 1152)

Biography

  • Birth: Robert FitzHenry de Lathom was born circa 1135 in Lathom, Lancashire, England.
  • Note: He built the Latham Castle in the 12th. century. It was one of the most imposing of English castles.

Emma De Grelle

F, b. circa 1152

Parents

Family: Robert FitzHenry de Lathom (b. circa 1135)

Biography

  • Birth: Emma De Grelle was born circa 1152 in Dalton, Lancashire, England.

Henry de Lathom

M, b. circa 1100

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Henry de Lathom was born circa 1100 in Lathom, Lancashire, England.

Albert De Grelle

M, b. circa 1126

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Albert De Grelle was born circa 1126 in Dalton, Lancashire, England.

Robert de Alfreton

M, b. circa 1174

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Robert de Alfreton was born circa 1174 in Lancashire, England.

Thomas de Knowseligh

M, b. circa 1226

Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Thomas de Knowseligh was born circa 1226 in Yorkshire, England.

John De Ferrers

M, b. June 20, 1271, d. August 1312

Parents

Family: Hawise de Muscegros (b. December 21, 1276, d. June 29, 1375)

Biography

  • Birth: John De Ferrers was born on June 20, 1271 in Chartley Castle, Staffordshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Hawise de Muscegros were married on February 2, 1291 in Essex, England.
  • Death: John De Ferrers died in August 1312, at age 41, in Gascony, France.
  • Note: Sir John Ferrers of Chartley, County Stafford, born at Cardiff June 20, 1271. He married Hawise, daughter and heiress of Sir Robert Muscegros of County Glouscester, son of John de Muscegros, son of Robert de Muscegros and Hawise Malet, daughter of William Malet, Surety for the Magha Charta. John Ferrers died in Gascony Sept., 1312. His wife, Hawise, Lady of Charlton, Norton and Bickner was living 1340.

    He was the only son of Robert de Ferrers, 8th and last Earl of Derby. After the forfeiture of his father for treason he was summoned to Parliament as Baron Ferrers of Chartley Feb. 6, 1299. Chartley came into the family of Ferrers by the marriage of William, 5th Earl of Derby, with Agnes, sister and co-heir of Ranulph, Earl of Chester. This John inherited the turbulent spirit of his father, joined the Earl of Hertford and others in 25 of Edward I, in opposing the collection of subsides to the crown, but the trouble was allayed by the king's confirming Magna Charta, and by declaring that in the future no tax should be imposed upon the subject without the consent of Parliament. He was in the Scottish wars and was then raised to the peerage. On Nov. 21, 1293, the king took his homage and he had livery of his lands of his inheritance, from his grandmother, Margaret Countess of Derby, who died 1280/1, and first daughter and co-heir of Roger, son of Saire de Quincey, Surety for the Magna Charta. He made an attempt to regain the lands which had been forfeited by his father's rebellion, and petitioned the Pope to permit him to borrow money from prelates and other eccelsiastics in order to redeem these lands by paying the required sum to the Earl of Lancaster. But the king in 1301 prohibited him on forfeiting all that he could forfeit. He was Seneschal of Gascony and had serious difficulties from the tumults that had arisen and died about Aug., 1312, in Gascony of poison at the age of 41. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 166)

    The title Baron Ferrers of Chartley was created on February 6, 1299 for John de Ferrers. (Wikipedia.)

Hawise de Muscegros

F, b. December 21, 1276, d. June 29, 1375

Parents

Family: John De Ferrers (b. June 20, 1271, d. August 1312)

Biography

  • Birth: Hawise de Muscegros was born on December 21, 1276 in Charlton, Musgrove, Somersetshire, England.
  • Marriage: She and John De Ferrers were married on February 2, 1291 in Essex, England.
  • Death: Hawise de Muscegros died on June 29, 1375, at age 98, in London, Middlesex, England.
  • Note: Hawise de Muscegros, Lady of Charlton, Norton and Bicknor, was born Dec. 21, 1276, and was still living June 24, 1340, in County Gloucester. She married Sir John Ferrers of Chartley, County Stafford, born at Cardiff June 20, 1271, who was the only son of Robert de Ferrers, 8th and last Earl of Derby. After the forfeiture of his father for treason he was summoned to Parliament as Baron Ferrers of Chartley Feb. 6, 1299. Chartley came into the family of Ferrers by the marriage of William, 5th Earl of Derby, with Agnes, sister and co-heir of Ranulph, Earl of Chester. This John inherited the turbulent spirit of his father, joined the Earl of Hertford and others in 25 of Edward I, in opposing the collection of subsides to the crown, but the trouble was allayed by the king's confirming Magna Charta, and by declaring that in the future no tax should be imposed upon the subject without the consent of Parliament. He was in the Scottish wars and was then raised to the peerage. On Nov. 21, 1293, the king took his homage and he had livery of his lands of his inheritance, from his grandmother, Margaret Countess of Derby, who died 1280/1, and first daughter and co-heir of Roger, son of Saire de Quincey, Surety for the Magna Charta. He made an attempt to regain the lands which had been forfeited by his father's rebellion, and petitioned the Pope to permit him to borrow money from prelates and other eccelsiastics in order to redeem these lands by paying the required sum to the Earl of Lancaster. But the king in 1301 prohibited him on forfeiting all that he could forfeit. He was Seneschal of Gascony and had serious difficulties from the tumults that had arisen and died about Aug., 1312, in Gascony of poison at the age of 41. His widow married 2nd John de Bures and she, who was born Dec. 21, 1276, was living June 24, 1340. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 166.)

Robert De Ferrers

M, b. 1239, d. 1279

Parents

Family: Eleanor de Bohun (b. circa 1240, d. February 20, 1313)

Biography

  • Birth: Robert De Ferrers was born in 1239 in Derby, Lincolnshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Eleanor de Bohun were married on June 29, 1269.
  • Death: Robert De Ferrers died in 1279, at age ~40.
  • Note: He rebelled against King Henry III and was arrested and imprisoned first in the Tower of London, then in Windsor Castle, and his lands and earldom were forfeited, including Tutbury Castle which still belongs to the Duchy of Lancaster. The line eventually gave rise to the Earls Ferrers. He was a minor in 1254 when his father died, and the Queen, Eleanor, wife of Henry III, and her brother, Peter of Savoy, gave 6,000 marks for the custody of his lands during his minority. His lordship, when he arrived at manhood, became one of the most active of the discontented nobles arrayed against Henry III. This Robert, the last Earl of Derby, married 1st Mary, daughter of Hugh le Brun, Count of Marche, and 2nd, Alianore, daughter of Sir Humphrey de Bohun, son of Humphrey de Bohun, son of Henry De Bohun, Surety for the Magna Charta. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)He rebelled against King Henry III and was arrested and imprisoned first in the Tower of London, then in Windsor Castle, and his lands and earldom were forfeited, including Tutbury Castle which still belongs to the Duchy of Lancaster. The line eventually gave rise to the Earls Ferrers. (Wikipedia)

    Robert Ferrers, 8th Earl of Derby, son of William and Margaret de Quincey, was a minor in 1254 when his father died, and the Queen, Eleanor, wife of Henry III, and her brother, Peter of Savoy, gave 6,000 marks for the custody of his lands during his minority. His lordship, when he arrived at manhood, became one of the most active of the discontented nobles arrayed against Henry III. This Robert, the last Earl of Derby, married 1st Mary, daughter of Hugh le Brun, Count of Marche, and 2nd, Alianore, daughter of Sir Humphrey de Bohun, son of Humphrey de Bohun, son of Henry De Bohun, Surety for the Magna Charta, by whom he had a son, John. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 431.)

Eleanor de Bohun

F, b. circa 1240, d. February 20, 1313

Parents

Family: Robert De Ferrers (b. 1239, d. 1279)

Biography

  • Birth: Eleanor de Bohun was born circa 1240 in Wales, United Kingdom.
  • Marriage: She and Robert De Ferrers were married on June 29, 1269.
  • Death: Eleanor de Bohun died on February 20, 1313 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Robert de Muscegros

M, b. 1252, d. December 27, 1280

Parents

Family: Agnes de Ferrers (b. 1244)

Biography

  • Birth: Robert de Muscegros was born in 1252 in Bicknor, Kent, England.
  • Death: He died on December 27, 1280, at age ~28.

Agnes de Ferrers

F, b. 1244

Parents

Family: Robert de Muscegros (b. 1252, d. December 27, 1280)

Biography

  • Birth: Agnes de Ferrers was born in 1244 in Derby, Lincolnshire, England.

John de Muscegros

M, b. August 10, 1232, d. May 8, 1275

Parents

Family: Cecily Avenal (b. circa 1234, d. August 10, 1301)

Biography

  • Birth: John de Muscegros was born on August 10, 1232 in Charlton, Musgrove, Somersetshire, England.
  • Death: He died on May 8, 1275, at age 42, in Charlton, Musgrove, Somersetshire, England.

Cecily Avenal

F, b. circa 1234, d. August 10, 1301

Parents

Family: John de Muscegros (b. August 10, 1232, d. May 8, 1275)

Biography

  • Birth: Cecily Avenal was born circa 1234 in Bicknor, Kent, England.
  • Death: She died on August 10, 1301 in Charlton, Musgrove, Somersetshire, England.

Robert de Muscegros

M, b. circa 1207, d. January 29, 1253

Parents

Family: Helewisia Malet (b. circa 1200, d. May 4, 1287)

Biography

  • Birth: Robert de Muscegros was born circa 1207 in Worchestershire, England.
  • Death: He died on January 29, 1253 in Brewham, Somersetshire, England.