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Rainald of Balliol

M, b. 1050, d. 1086

Parents

Family: Aimera Amelia Emma DeMontgomery (b. 1034, d. 1077)

Biography

  • Birth: Rainald of Balliol was born in 1050 in Bailleul, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France.
  • Death: He died in 1086, at age ~36, in Staffordshire, England.

Guy of Balliol

M, b. circa 1022

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Biography

  • Birth: Guy of Balliol was born circa 1022.
  • Note: GUY DE BALLIOL, a Norman nobleman, came into England with William the Conqueror and acquired the Barony of Bywell, Northumberlandshire, together with the lordships of Middleton and Gainsford and Forest of Marwood, County of Durham. (Fenwick Allied Ancestry, page 125)

    The founder of the family in England was a Norman baron, Guy or Guido de Baliol, who held the fiefs of Bailleul, Dampierre, Harcourt and Vinoy in Normandy. Coming to England with William the Conqueror, he received lands in the north of England from William II, and his son, or grandson, Bernard or Barnard de Baliol, built a fortress in Durham called Castle Barnard, around which the town of Barnard Castle grew. (Wikipedia.)

Guermond de Picquigny

M, b. circa 1110

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Biography

  • Birth: Guermond de Picquigny was born circa 1110.

Aleaume Seigneur De Longpre

M, b. circa 1150

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Biography

  • Birth: Aleaume Seigneur De Longpre was born circa 1150.

Alan of Galloway

M, b. 1175, d. 1234

Parents

Family: Margaret of Huntingdon (b. 1195)

Biography

  • Birth: Alan of Galloway was born in 1175 in Galloway, Perthshire, Scotland.
  • Death: He died in 1234, at age ~59.
  • Note: He was the last of the MacFergus dynasty of quasi-independent Lords of Galloway. He was also hereditary Constable of Scotland. He was the son of Roland of Galloway and Helen de Moreville. His date of birth is uncertain, but he was born in or before 1175, as he is considered an adult in 1196. He married firstly to an unnamed daughter of John, Baron of Pontefract and Constable of Chester; they had two daughters, one named Helen (married Roger de Quincy, 2nd Earl of Winchester) and another who died in 1213. His first wife was dead or divorced by 1209, when he married Margaret of Huntingdon, great granddaughter of David 1st of Scotland. By this marriage he had two more daughters: Derbhorgail and Christian (who married William de Forz, Count of Aumale). Alan married his last wife, Rohese de Lacy, in 1229, she being the daughter of Hugh de Lacy, 1st Earl of Ulster. By one of his marriages he had a son, Thomas, who predeceased his father (not to be confused with his illegitimate half-brother, also named Thomas). In 1212 Alan responded to a summons from King John I of England by sending 1,000 troops to join the war against the Welsh. In this year he also sent one of his daughters to England as a hostage. She died in 1213 in the custody of her maternal uncle. Alan is listed as one of the 16 men who counseled King John regarding Magna Carta. Alan, like his forebears, maintained a carefully ambiguous relationship with both the English and Scottish states, acting as a vassal when it suited his purpose and as an independent monarch when he could get away with it. His considerable sea power allowed him to supply fleets and armies to aid the English King John in campaigns both in France and Ireland. In 1228 he invaded the Isle of Man and fought a sea-war against Norway in support of Reginald, Prince of Man, who was engaged in a fratricidal struggle with his brother Olaf for possession of the island. Alan died in 1234 and is buried at Dundrennan Abbey in Galloway. With Alan's death his holdings were divided between his three daughters. A popular attempt was made within Galloway to establish his illegitimate son, Thomas, as ruler, but this failed, and Galloway's period as an independent political entity came to an end. (Wikipedia )


    Alan He had three daughters and an illegitimate son Thomas. The 'Community of Galloway' wanted Thomas as their 'king'. Alexander III of Scotland supported the daughters (or rather their husbands) and invaded Galloway. The Community of Galloway was defeated, and Galloway divided up between Alan's daughters, thus bringing Galloway's independent existence to an end. or Henry, Son of Roland and Elena de Morville.

Margaret of Huntingdon

F, b. 1195

Parents

Family: Alan of Galloway (b. 1175, d. 1234)

Biography

  • Birth: Margaret of Huntingdon was born in 1195 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England.
  • Note: Great granddaughter of David 1st of Scotland. Margaret of Huntingdon was the eldest daughter of David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdonby his wife, Maud of Chester. She married, as his second wife, Lord Alan of Galloway at Dundee in 1209. They were reprimanded for marrying within the forbidden limits of kinship and had to obtain a papal dispensation. Margaret and Alan had two daughters: Christian, who married William de Forz, Count of Aumale, and died childless; and Devorguilla of Galloway, who married John Balliol, 5th Baron de Balliol. Devorguilla was the mother of John Balliol, King of Scotland from 1292 to 1296. Margaret was dead by 1228, when Alan remarried for a third time. (Wikipedia.)

Nigel Loring

M, b. April 23, 1320, d. March 18, 1385

Parents

Family: Margaret Beaupel (b. circa 1323, d. March 1386)

Biography

  • Birth: Nigel Loring was born on April 23, 1320 in Chalgrave, Bedfordshire, England.
  • Death: He died on March 18, 1385, at age 64, in Bedfordshire, England.

Cassandra Perrott

F, b. circa 1295

Family: Roger Loring (b. circa 1290)

Biography

  • Birth: Cassandra Perrott was born circa 1295 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.

Peter Loring

M, b. circa 1260

Family: Jane Morteyne (b. circa 1265)

Biography

  • Birth: Peter Loring was born circa 1260 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.

David of Scotland

M, b. 1144, d. June 17, 1219

Parents

Family: Maud of Chester De Kevelioc (b. circa 1171, d. January 6, 1233)

Biography

  • Birth: David of Scotland was born in 1144 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England.
  • Marriage: He and Maud of Chester De Kevelioc were married in August 1190 in Scotland.
  • Death: David of Scotland died on June 17, 1219, at age ~75.
  • Note: David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon (born c. 1144, died 17 June 1219) was a Scottish prince. He was the youngest surviving son of Henry of Scotland, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon and Ada de Warenne, a daughter of William de Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey, and Elizabeth de Vermandois. His paternal grandfather was David I of Scotland. Huntingdon was granted to him after his elder brother William I of Scotland ascended the throne. David's son John succeeded him to the earldom.

    In the litigation for succession to the crown of Scotland in 1290-1292, David's sister's (Ada's) great-great-grandson Floris V, Count of Holland (who also then pursued the throne for himself) claimed that Earl David had renounced his hereditary rights to the throne of Scotland. The veracity of renunciation cannot have otherwise been ascertained, nor its reasons.

    He married Maude of Chester, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester, by whom he had three sons (John, Robert, and Henry) and four daughters (Matilda, Ada, Isobel, and Margaret). After the extinction of the senior line of the Scottish royal house in 1290 when the legitimate line of William I of Scotland ended, David's descendants were the prime candidates for the throne. The two most notable claimants to the throne, Robert Bruce, 5th Lord of Annandale (grandfather of King Robert I of Scotland) and John of Scotland were his descendants through David's daughters Isobel of Huntingdon and Margaret of Huntingdon respectively. (Wikipedia.)

Maud of Chester De Kevelioc

F, b. circa 1171, d. January 6, 1233

Parents

Family: David of Scotland (b. 1144, d. June 17, 1219)

Biography

  • Birth: Maud of Chester De Kevelioc was born circa 1171 in Cheshire, Lancashire, England.
  • Marriage: She and David of Scotland were married in August 1190 in Scotland.
  • Death: Maud of Chester De Kevelioc died on January 6, 1233.

Roger Loring

M, b. circa 1290

Parents

Family: Cassandra Perrott (b. circa 1295)

Biography

  • Birth: Roger Loring was born circa 1290 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.

Margaret Beaupel

F, b. circa 1323, d. March 1386

Parents

Family: Nigel Loring (b. April 23, 1320, d. March 18, 1385)

Biography

  • Birth: Margaret Beaupel was born circa 1323 in Devonshire, England.
  • Death: She died in March 1386 in Chalgrave, Bedfordshire, England.

Jane Morteyne

F, b. circa 1265

Family: Peter Loring (b. circa 1260)

Biography

  • Birth: Jane Morteyne was born circa 1265 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.

Ralph Beaupel

M, b. circa 1300

Family: Elizabeth Bloyou (b. circa 1301)

Biography

  • Birth: Ralph Beaupel was born circa 1300 in Devonshire, England.

Elizabeth Bloyou

F, b. circa 1301

Parents

Family: Ralph Beaupel (b. circa 1300)

Biography

  • Birth: Elizabeth Bloyou was born circa 1301 in Devonshire, England.
  • Note: Elizabeth Bloyou, heir of her brother, Sir Ralph Bloyou. She married 1st Sir Stephen de Tinten, by whom she had a son Ralph and two daughters, Alice and Johanna. Ralph de Tinten was granted in wardship to his stepfather, Ralph Beaupre (given in the index as Belloprato, Beaupre, Beaupoll, Bewple), in 1321 and died in his minority, and his sister Alice married Sir Walter de Carminow, to whom she carried the Bloyou and Tinten estates. Her mother, Elizabeth Bloyou, married 2nd 28th of Edward III, 1354, Ralph Beaupre, etc., who in her right enjoyed inter alia the Manor of Polrode. They had two daughters, Elizabeth de Beaupre, who married Sir Thomas de Carminow; the other daughter, Margaret Beaupre, or Bewple, married Sir Nele Loring. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 978-979.)

Alan Bloyou

M, b. 1301

Parents

Family: Johanna Nanscoyk (b. circa 1300)

Biography

  • Birth: Alan Bloyou was born in 1301.

Johanna Nanscoyk

F, b. circa 1300

Parents

Family: Alan Bloyou (b. 1301)

Biography

  • Birth: Johanna Nanscoyk was born circa 1300.

Ralph Bloyou

M, b. 1302

Parents

Family: Elizabeth (b. circa 1302)

Biography

  • Birth: Ralph Bloyou was born in 1302.

Elizabeth

F, b. circa 1302

Family: Ralph Bloyou (b. 1302)

Biography

  • Birth: Elizabeth was born circa 1302.

Alan Bloyou

M, b. circa 1220

Parents

Family: Johanna Bodrigan (b. circa 1220)

Biography

  • Birth: Alan Bloyou was born circa 1220.
  • Marriage: He and Johanna Bodrigan were married on April 30, 1241.
  • Note: Alan Bloyou, is shown in 1303 to hold in Polrode and Dennaut (Daunnaud, Dawnath, Duvenant) two fees, and Henry Cavill held one fee. When he died in 1306 Alan Bloighou died seized of one fee in Delyamur and Niwall (Newhall) of 70 shillings. Polrode seems to have become dismembered at an early period. The manor of Newhall was anciently a parcel of the possessions of the family of Bloyou, being held with Polrode when it passed into the family of Carminow, with the other Bloyou estates. This manor of Daunnaud, etc., appears in Domesday under the form of Duevenant, when it was held by Blohui of the Earl of Moreton, in succession to Alward, who was in possession of it in the time of Edward, the Confessor, when he had one mansion called Dunenant; in it is a half a hide and pays gild for one nirgate. Blohui had one villan and three bond servants, and three animals, three pigs, 50 sheep, 40 acres of pasture, and the value per annum of 15 shillings. He married Johanna, daughter of Henry de Bodrigan, on 30 April, 1241, and had Michael, Richard and Ralph. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 978.)

Johanna Bodrigan

F, b. circa 1220

Parents

Family: Alan Bloyou (b. circa 1220)

Biography

  • Birth: Johanna Bodrigan was born circa 1220.
  • Marriage: She and Alan Bloyou were married on April 30, 1241.

Ralph Bloyou

M, b. circa 1195, d. April 23, 1241

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Ralph Bloyou was born circa 1195.
  • Death: He died on April 23, 1241.
  • Note: Ralph Bloyou gave 60 marks and a palfrey to have the seven fees which his brother Henry held, 12th of King John, 1211. Paid scutage for seven fees 1223 and 1226. There were seven knights' fees held in Polrode, but when he died, 23 April, 1241, he was seized of six fees, King John having part of the land to Robert de Cardenan. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 978.)

Alan Bloyou

M, b. circa 1170

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Biography

  • Birth: Alan Bloyou was born circa 1170.

Henry Bodrigan

M, b. circa 1195

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Henry Bodrigan was born circa 1195.
  • Note: Henry Bodrugan, another of the same name, was one of the assessors of the "thirtieth" granted to King Henry III in 1240, and in the same year he was summoned before the King's Court to show wherefore he gave his eldest daughter in marriage to the son and heir of Ralph Bloyou, of whom he was guardian, as the right of marriage pertained to the Earl of Pictou and Cornwall, because the said Ralph held of him by military service. Henry de Bodrigan pleaded that the betrothal had taken place in the lifetime of the said Ralph Bloyou, and that he had given his consent before his death. Henry de Bodrigan was one of the Justices of Assize in 1253, and in 1277 was Sheriff of Cornwall. He had four sons: William, Archdeacon of Cornwall 1296; Reginald, attorney for his father in 1260, attorney for his brother Philip 1253, and died 1302; Sir Philip was Justice of the Peace 1283; and Sir Roger d. s. p. The only daughter, Johanna de Bodrigan, married Alan Bloyou. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 978.)