By Alison Weir
A distinct e-book on Britain’s royal households by way of this good demonstrated renowned historian.
Britain’s Royal households is a special reference booklet delivering, for the 1st time in a single quantity, whole genealogical info of all contributors of the royal homes of britain, Scotland and nice Britain from 800AD to the current. Drawing on numerous gurus, either historical and smooth, Alison Weir explores the royal genealogy in remarkable intensity and gives a complete advisor to the background of today’s royal relations.
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Her tomb was once misplaced in the course of the Reformation. factor of marriage: 1 Thomas He used to be born on 1 June, 1300, at Brotherton, Yorkshire, and was once created Earl of Norfolk on sixteen December, 1312. He died among four August and 20 September, 1338, and used to be buried within the Abbey of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Thomas married to start with, among c. 1316 and 1320 (although no proof exists as to where): Alice She was once the daughter of Sir Roger Halys or Hales of Harwich, Essex. She died after eight could, 1326, and ahead of 1330. factor of marriage: (i) Edward He was once born in c. 1319/20, and died earlier than thirteen September, 1337, maybe in 1332 (? ). Edward married, in May/June, 1328 (although no facts exists as to where): Beatrice She used to be the daughter of Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, via Joan, daughter of Peter de Genville. After the demise of Edward, she married secondly Thomas de Braose, Lord Brewes, in c. 1334 (before thirteen September, 1337), and had factor: 1 Beatrice; she married William de Say, Baron Say (1340–1375), and had factor. 2 John, a knight (d. 1367); he married Elizabeth de Montacute. three Thomas, a knight (d. 1395). four Peter. five Elizabeth. 6 Joan. Beatrice died on sixteen October, 1383. (ii) Margaret often called ‘Margaret Marshal’, because the Dukes of Norfolk have continuously held the workplace of Earl Marshal of britain, she used to be born round 1320/22. She married first of all John de Segrave, 4th Baron de Segrave (1306 or 1315–1353), after three March, 1327, and doubtless in 1337/8, and had factor: 1 Elizabeth (1338–1375/6); she married John, 4th Baron Mowbray of Axholme, Lincs. (1340–killed 1368), and had factor. 2 Anne, Abbess of Barking (d. c. 1377). Margaret succeeded her father as Countess of Norfolk among August and 20 September, 1338. She married secondly Walter, 1st Baron de Mauny or Manny (d. 1372), prior to 30 may possibly, 1354, and had factor: three Thomas (drowned in infancy earlier than 1371/2). four Anne (1354–1384); she married John Hastings, second Earl of Pembroke (1347–1375), who had married formerly Margaret, daughter of Edward III, and had factor. Margaret used to be created Duchess of Norfolk for all times on 29 September, 1397. She died on 24 March, 1399/1400, and used to be buried both within the Charterhouse, London, or in Greyfriars Church, Newgate, London. (iii) Alice She used to be born in c. 1324. She married Edward de Montacute, 1st Baron Montacute (c. 1304–1361), prior to sixteen January, 1339, and doubtless prior to 29 August, 1338, and had factor: 1 Elizabeth (b. 1344): she married both Walter de Ufford or Sir John de Braose (d. 1367) 2 Margaret (c. 1347–before 1351/2). three Joan (1349–1375); she married William de Ufford, second Earl of Suffolk (1339? –1382), and had factor. four Matilda (c. 1350–1394); a nun, later Abbess of Barking. Alice died most likely among 14 November, 1351, and 30 January, 1352 (certainly earlier than sixteen November, 1361), at Bungay, Suffolk, of wounds bought due to an attack through her husband. Thomas married secondly, in c. 1328 (although no proof exists as to where): Mary She used to be the daughter of Peter de Braose, and married to begin with Ralph, Baron Cobham of Norfolk (d.