Guida d'Amstall

( - circa 1340)
     Guida d'Amstall was also known as Guyotte van Amstel in records.
     Guida d'Amstall married John d'Egmond on 31 March 1331.
     Guida died circa 1340. See Leo van de Pas website for further information: http://www.genealogics.org/.

Child of Guida d'Amstall and John d'Egmond

Beatrix d'Apchier

     Beatrix d'Apchier married John Stuart 2nd Seigneur, son of Sir John Stewart (of Darnley) and Elizabeth of Lennox, in 1446.

Child of Beatrix d'Apchier and John Stuart 2nd Seigneur

Martha D'Arcy

(circa 1775? - 1848)
     Martha D'Arcy was born circa 1775?. She was the daughter of Major Thomas Darcy, who died as Inspector General of Police in Ulster and Elizabeth Buchanan. Her elder sister was born in 1767.
     Martha D'Arcy married Fleming Handy as his second wife, on 10 August 1825 in Westmeath, Ireland. On Wednesday, 10th inst. by the Rev. Richard Handy, in St George's Church, Fleming Handy, Esq., third son of Samuel Handy, of Bracca-Castle, in this County, Esq. to Martha, third daughter of the late James D'Arcy, of Hyde-Park, Esq.
     Martha died in 1848.

Eudes D'Aubigne

     Eudes D'Aubigne was the son of William D'Aubigne (Brito I) and Cecily Bigod.
     He was mentioned in documents in 1199.

Isabel D'Aubigne

(before 12 June 1233 - 15 June 1301)
     Isabel D'Aubigne was also known as de Albini in records. She was born before 12 June 1233. She was the daughter of William D'Aubigne Brito IV and Albreda or Isabel Biseth.
     She was brought up with the King's other wards at Windsor..
     Isabel D'Aubigne married Sir Robert de Ros 1st Baron, son of Sir William de Ros and Lucy FitzPiers, between 5 June 1243 and 17 May 1244. He began to update Helmsley Castle in the third quarter of the thirteenth century. His wealth and social standing were bolstered by marrying Isabel Daubeney of Belvoir, who brought with her extensive estates in the east midlands. Robert was summoned to parliament as Lord Ros of Helmsley. He became the 7th Lord of Belvoir.
     Isabel died on 15 June 1301 in the hospital, Newstead nr, Stamford, Lincolnshire. She was buried in the hospital at Newstede near Stamford.
     Isabel D'Aubigne was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held 29 Edw I [1301].
     Isabel D'Aubigne was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held 29 Edward I [1301].

Children of Isabel D'Aubigne and Sir Robert de Ros 1st Baron

Isabel d'Aubigne

( - 1240)
     Isabel d'Aubigne married John Fitzalan Baron of Oswestry, son of William Fitzalan or Fitzwilliam and Agnes de Lacy. From this union the Fitzalan earls of Arundell descend (1389-1580).. Isabel d'Aubigne was born. She was the dauaghter of William, 3rd Earl of Arundel..
     Isabel died in 1240.

Patriarch D'Aubigne

Children of Patriarch D'Aubigne

Ralph d'Aubigne

( - before Michaelmas 1192)
     Ralph d'Aubigne was born in England. He was the son of William D'Aubigne (Brito I) and Cecily Bigod.
     Sibyl de Valognes married thirdly Ralph d'Aubigne in 1181 or 1182.
     Ralph died before Michaelmas 1192.

Ralph D'Aubigne

     Ralph D'Aubigne was the son of Patriarch D'Aubigne.
     In 1095, a Ralph d'Aubigne was a witness to a deed of gift to the abbey of Mont St Michel, Brittany, appending his seal bearing an escutcheon - d'azur a trois mondes surmontis d'une d'or'. This Ralph, by name, chronology, blazon, and the inheritance of Aubigne by William's grandson, was probably the elder brother of William, later of Belvoir (Brito 1), for Kerviler also indicates that there was on the escutcheon "un lambel [label] en chef', in later heraldry at least, the cadency mark of an eldest son during the lifetime of his father (this Ralph's father has not been identified). William 1 it seems, as a second son in search of fortune, joined the forces of Henry 1 as a knight of the Breton contingent under the orders of Helie, Count of Le Mans. He so distinguished himself at the battle of Tinchebrai (27 Sept. 1106) against the forces of Henry's brother Robert that the resulting victory for Henry was said to be largely of his doing". It was possibly this action that brought the favour of Henry and the marriage with Cecily, the heiress of Belvoir, though Adeliza, her mother, was apparently still mistress of Belvoir in 1130, owing tax of £188 for the fee. Even so, references to the collection of appreciable amounts of tax from William (Brito) and his men occur at this date too, so William was then obviously holding a sizeable fee, if not Belvoir.

William D'Aubigne

( - between 1166 and 1167)
     William d'Aubigny, 1st Earl of Arundel (c. 1109October 12, 1176) was son of a senior William d'Aubigny and Maud le Bigod.
The younger William was an important member of Henry I of England's household. After Henry's death he married the widow Queen consort Adeliza, and became lord of Arundel in her right. He was loyal to Stephen of England, who made him Earl of Arundel (more precisely, Earl of Sussex). In 1143 he was also mentioned as Earl of Lincoln in two charters confirming a donation of land around Arundel to the abbey of Affligem in Brabant (representing his wife Adeliza), with William's brother Olivier present.
In 1153 he helped arrange the truce between Stephen and Henry Plantagenet, known as the Treaty of Wallingford, which brought and end to The Anarchy. When the latter ascended the throne as Henry II, he confirmed William's earldom and gave him direct possession of Arundel Castle (instead of the possession in right of his wife he had previously had). He remained loyal to the king during the 1173 revolt of Henry the Young King, and helped defeat the rebellion.
He and Adeliza were parents to William d'Aubigny, 2nd Earl of Arundel and grandparents to William d'Aubigny, 3rd Earl of Arundel. William D'Aubigne was the son of William D'Aubigne (Brito I) and Cecily Bigod.
     William D'Aubigne married Maude de St Liz. Chris Nash on the Gen-Medieval mailing list corrected Matilda de Senlis, showing her father was Robert fitz Richard de Clare /Robert de Clare.
     William died between 1166 and 1167.

Child of William D'Aubigne and Maude de St Liz

William D'Aubigne (Brito I)

     He became 3rd Lord of Belvoir.
According to Levot 10 (whose facts and assumptions seem not always to be reliable - a Montsorel escutcheon acquired by the family 100 years later!), the gift by Guillaume Boterat witnessed by Ralph d'Aubigne in 1095 was made on the eve of their departure on a crusade, a popular pastime of the nobility of western Europe in that period, and no indication of his return has been found. While there are many Breton charters extant naming members of the Aubigne family, because of the lack of relationship details or dates on available copies of the documents the next definite sighting found of a Lord of Aubigne is in 1196 when Ralph II was using a seal with the undifferenced ancient escutcheon of Aubigne 11. Fig. 1. [It is not clear from the presentation by de Courcy whether the numbers 1196 & 1200 are dates or numbers of seals in a series, but as Dom Lobineaull also quotes the use by William of the same six bezant seal with the date AD. 1200, and with a picture of the seal, it seems safe to assume that de Courcy's other figure, 1196, is also a date]. It is probable that the Aubigne lordship, on the death of his elder brother Ralph, reverted to William (Brito I) who then passed it to his younger son Ralph 1, and so to Ralph II. William D'Aubigne (Brito I) was born in France. The Breton Lords of Belvoir and the Daubeney family of Ingleby, Lincolnshire, and South Petherton, Somerset, came from the same family of Breton landowners in the small town of Aubigne now St. Aubin d'Aubigne a few kilometres north of Rennes, Brittany, on route 776.. William D'Aubigne (Brito I) was also known as de Albini in records. He was the son of Patriarch D'Aubigne. William D'Aubigne (Brito I) was also known as William D'Aubigne in records.
     William D'Aubigne (Brito I) married Cecily Bigod, daughter of Roger Bigod Earl of Norfolk and Adeliza de Tosny.
     William 1 it seems, as a second son in search of fortune, joined the forces of Henry 1 as a knight of the Breton contingent under the orders of Helie, Count of Le Mans. He so distinguished himself at the battle of Tinchebrai (27 Sept. 1106) against the forces of Henry's brother Robert that the resulting victory for Henry was said to be largely of his doing". It was possibly this action that brought the favour of Henry and the marriage with Cecily, the heiress of Belvoir, though Adeliza, her mother, was apparently still mistress of Belvoir in 1130, owing tax of £ 188 for the fee`. Even so, references to the collection of appreciable amounts of tax from William (Brito) and his men occur at this date too, so William was then obviously holding a sizeable fee, if not Belvoir..

Children of William D'Aubigne (Brito I) and Cecily Bigod

William D'Aubigne (de Belvoir)

(after 1148 - 1236)
     William D'Aubigne (de Belvoir) was also known as D'Aubeney, D'Aubeny, De Albeney in records. He was born after 1148. He was a minor when he succeesed his father in 1168. He was the son of William D'Aubigne and Maude de St Liz.
     William D'Aubigne (de Belvoir) married Margery or Margaret de Umfraville after 1168.
     William D'Aubigne (de Belvoir) married secondly Agatha or Albreda Trussebut circa 29 September 1198. She was the widow of Hamo, son of Hamo, who was born c.1165 and died 1196-98. She had no issue.
     William died in 1236. He was 5th Lord of Belvoir, Leicestershire.

Child of William D'Aubigne (de Belvoir) and Margery or Margaret de Umfraville

William D'Aubigne Brito IV

( - 1242)
     William D'Aubigne Brito IV was the son of William D'Aubigne (de Belvoir) and Margery or Margaret de Umfraville. William D'Aubigne Brito IV was also known as William D'Aubigne in records.
     William lost his lordship of Belvoir on Christmas day 1215, when the Crown took prossesion of Belvoir. King John then gave it to Geoffrey & Oliver de Buteville and they became its governors, in 1247 it was given to the de Ros family as part of the Albini family marriage settlement.
     William D'Aubigne Brito IV married Albreda or Isabel Biseth.
     William died in 1242. He died without male issue. He was the 6th Lord of Belvoir. 1247 according to a wikipedia article..

Child of William D'Aubigne Brito IV and Albreda or Isabel Biseth

William d'Aubigne Pincerna

     William d'Aubigne Pincerna was born. He was not related to the husband of his wife's sister. He was of Old Buckenham Castle in Norfolk.
     William d'Aubigne Pincerna married Maud Bigod, daughter of Roger Bigod Earl of Norfolk and Adeliza de Tosny. They were the parents of William d'Aubigny, 1st Earl of Lincoln and 1st Earl of Arundel (c. 1109 – 25 Sep 1176), also known as William d'Albini.

Agnes d'Aumale

     Agnes d'Aumale married Piers Brus, son of Adam Brus and Jueta de Arches.

Arnold d'Egmond

(circa 1340 - 1 April 1409)
     Arnold d'Egmond was also known as Arend Heer van Egmond in records.
     Arnold d'Egmond married Yolantha von Leiningen, daughter of Frederick VII, Count of Leiningen, and Yolanthe von Julich. Arnold d'Egmond was born circa 1340. He was the son of John d'Egmond and Guida d'Amstall.
     Arnold died on 1 April 1409.

Child of Arnold d'Egmond and Yolantha von Leiningen

Arnold d'Egmond Duke of Gueldres

(1410 - 24 February 1473)
     Arnold d'Egmond Duke of Gueldres was also known as van Egmond in records. He was born in 1410. He was the son of John II d'Egmond and Mary van Arkel.
     Arnold d'Egmond Duke of Gueldres married Catherine, of Cleves,, daughter of Adolph Duke of Cleves and Mary de Bourgogne, on 26 January 1430 in Cleves.
     Arnold died on 24 February 1473.

Child of Arnold d'Egmond Duke of Gueldres and Catherine, of Cleves,

John d'Egmond

(circa 1310 - circa 1370)
     John d'Egmond was born circa 1310 See Leo van de Pas website for further information: http://www.genealogics.org/.
     John d'Egmond married Guida d'Amstall on 31 March 1331.
     John died circa 1370.

Child of John d'Egmond and Guida d'Amstall

John II d'Egmond

(circa 1385 - 4 January 1451)
     John II d'Egmond was also known as Jan Egmond in records. He was born circa 1385. He was the son of Arnold d'Egmond and Yolantha von Leiningen.
     John II d'Egmond married Mary van Arkel on 24 June 1409.
     John died on 4 January 1451.

Child of John II d'Egmond and Mary van Arkel

Mary Susanna d'Egville

(23 May 1795 - )
     Mary Susanna d'Egville was christened on 23 May 1795 in St Michael, Barbados, West Indies. She was the daughter of Michael Harvey Peter William d'Egville and Susanna Ashby.

Michael Harvey Peter William d'Egville

( - 14 February 1825)
     Michael Harvey Peter William d'Egville married Susanna Ashby, daughter of George Ashby and Mary Mason, on 8 June 1794 in St Michael, Barbados.
     Michael Harvey Peter William d'Egville was involved in a criminal court case in 1824. He was a dancing master and a Frenchman by birth, was charged with the murder of his wife Susanna, by administering to her poison in the form of arsenic..
     Michael died on 14 February 1825 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. He was executed for poisoning his wife. For further information see: www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1864/november/over-hillside.htm.
However this article suggests Susannah's name was Llewellyn.

Child of Michael Harvey Peter William d'Egville and Susanna Ashby

Anne d'Espinay

( - 5 September 1540)
     Anne d'Espinay married Francois del la Queuille in France. Anne d'Espinay was the daughter of Jacques d'Espinay.
     Anne died on 5 September 1540 in France.

Child of Anne d'Espinay and Francois del la Queuille

Jacques d'Espinay

     Jacques d'Espinay was born in France.

Child of Jacques d'Espinay

Delariviere D'Ewes

(circa 1688 - )
     Delariviere D'Ewes was born circa 1688. She was the daughter of Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart and Delariviere Jermyn.
     Delariviere D'Ewes married Thomas Gage.

Harriott D'Ewes (Havers)

     Harriott D'Ewes (Havers) was the daughter of Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart and Delariviere Jermyn.
     A marriage settlement between Harriott D'Ewes (Havers) and an unknown person was made on 21 April 1726. Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Havers and Henrietta D'Ewes - 21 Apr. 1726:
(1) Thomas Havers of Thelveton, Norf., and Mary Havers, widow, his mother
(2) George Sherwood, gent., of New Inn, Middx
(3) Thomas Osborne, stationer, of Gray's Inn
(4) Thomas Frere of Thwaite Hall, and Charles Eyston of Great Hendred, Berks
(5) Delariviere Gage of Horringer Hall, and George Goody of Fornham All Saints
(6) Henrietta D'Ewes, spinster, sister of Delariviere Gage and of Sir Germane D'Ewes of Stowe Lanthorne
Includes £1,000 to be paid by Delariviere Gage to Thomas Havers.

Sir Jermyn D'Ewes 4th Bart

(2 April 1688 - 21 April 1731)
     Sir Jermyn D'Ewes 4th Bart was christened on 2 April 1688 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. He was the son of Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart and Delariviere Jermyn.
     Jermyn died on 21 April 1731 aged 43.

Mary D'Ewes (Tasburgh)

     Mary D'Ewes (Tasburgh) was the daughter of Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart and Delariviere Jermyn.

Merelina D'Ewes

(6 July 1700 - )
     Merelina D'Ewes married Richard Elwes. Merelina D'Ewes was born on 6 July 1700 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. She would have been named for her aunt baptised 16 Jan 1673 at Rushbrook. She was the daughter of Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart and Delariviere Jermyn.

Symonds D'Ewes

(24 May 1692 - 12 July 1693)
     Symonds D'Ewes was christened on 24 May 1692 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. He was the son of Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart and Delariviere Jermyn.
     Symonds died on 12 July 1693 aged 1.

Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart

(circa 1656 - May 1722)
     D'Ewes of Stowlangtoft Hall, created 19 July, 1641. Paul D'Ewes, esq. one of the six clerks in Chancery, son of Gerard D'Ewes, of Upminster, in Essex, and a lineal descendant of the ancient family of D'Ewes, Lords of Kessal, in the duchy of Guelderland, married Cecilia, only daughter and heir of Richard Symonds, esq. of Coxden, in Dorsetshire, and had issue, SYMONDS, his heir. Richard. Johanna, m. to Sir William Elliot, knt. of Godalming. Grace, m. to Wyseman Bokenham, esq. of Weaton, in Suffolk. Mary, m. to Sir Thomas Bowes, knt. of Essex. Elizabeth, m. to Sir William Poley, knt. Paul D'Ewes died in 1630, and was succeeded by his son, i. Sir Symonds D'Ewes, of Stowlangtoft, born in 1602, at Coxden, the seat of his maternal grandfather. This eminent antiquary commenced at a very youthful age. even while a student at St. John's College, Cambridge, those historical studies, in which he eventually attained such distinction, and, almost at the same early period, gained the friendship and acquaintance of Cotton, Selden, Spelman, and many others of the first rank in the republic of letters. The labours of Sir Symonds have contributed not a little to illustrate the general history of Great Britain ; and his most prominent work, "The Journals of all the Parliaments during the Time of Queen Elizabeth," exists as an able record of the important transactions of one of the most glorious reigns in English history. In 1639, Sir Symonds served the office of sheriff of Suffolk, having been knighted some time previously ; and in the long parliament, which was summoned to meet 3rd November, 1040, was elected member for Sudbury. In 1041. he was created a Baronet by Charles I; yet, upon the breaking out of the civil war, he adhered to the parliament, and took the solemn league and covenant in 1643. He continued to sit in the House of Commons until December, 1648, when he was turned out with others who were thought to retain some little regard for the person of the king, and the old constitution in church and state. He wedded, first, in 1626, Anne, daughter and heir of Sir William Clapton, km., a lady of exquisite beauty, by whom he had two daughters, namely : Cecilia, m. to Sir Thomas Darcy. Bart. of St. Osith's, Essex. Isolda, died unm. He m. secondly, Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Sir Henry Willoughby, Bart, of Risley, in Derbyshire, and by her, who m. secondly, Sir John Wray, had a son Willoughby, his heir. Sir Symonds died 18th April, 1650, aged forty-eight, and was succeeded by his son, n. Sir Willoughby D'Ewes, who m. Priscilla daughter of Francis Clinton, esq. of Stourton, in Lincolnshire, and bad issue, Symonds, his heir.
Priscilla, m. to John Hastings, esq. of Hinton, in Northamptonshire.
Elizabeth, m, to Heigham Coke, esq. of Suckley, had had a son -
D'Ewes Coke, esq. of Suckley, great grandfather of D'Ewes Coke esq. of Brookhill Hall, Derbyshire.
Sir Willoughby died 13th June, 1685, and wag s. by his son,
in. Sir Symonds D'Ewes, who m. Delariviere, daughter and co-heir of Thomas, Lord Jermyn, and by her, who died in 1702, had issue,
i. Jermyn, his heir.
ii. Willoughby, d. in 1710, aged 19,
iii. Symonds, d. 1693.
iv. Thomas, d. 1698.
v. Delariviere, m. to Thomas Gage, esq. eldest son of Sir Thomas Gage, Bart.
?. Mary, m. to George Tasburgh, esq. of Bodney, in Norfolk, by whom she had one son, George Tasburgh, who m. first, in 1755, Teresa, daughter of Thomas, Viscount Gage, which lady died .v. ?. in 1773, and secondly,
Barbara, daughter of Thomas Fitzherbert. of Swinnerton, by whom he had no issue. Mr. Tasburgh's widow wedded, for her second husband, George Crathorne, esq. of Crathorne, and died in I808, leaving a daughter, Mary Anne Rosalia Crathorne.
iii. Harriott, m. to Thomas Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall, Norfolk, and from this marriage descends the present
Thomas Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall. (See Burke's Commoners, vol. i. p. 381.)
iv. Merelina, m. to Richard Elwes, esq.
Sir Symonds died in May, 1722, and was s. by his son, Sir Jermyn D'Ewes, who died unmarried 21 April, 1731, when the Baronetcy became extinct
. Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart was born circa 1656 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk.
     Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart married Delariviere Jermyn. She was the daughter of Thomas, Lord Jermyn.
     Symonds died in May 1722.

Children of Sir Symonds D'Ewes 3rd bart and Delariviere Jermyn