Roger FitzEustace or Lacy The Constable

( - after 1194)
     His son John became in 1232 Earl of Lincoln with his male issue expiring 1310-11 with his grandson Henry Earl of Lincoln. He was called The Constable.. Roger FitzEustace or Lacy The Constable was the son of John FitzEustace Constable of Chester.
     Roger FitzEustace or Lacy The Constable and Albreda de Lisures were mentioned in a deed dated 5 Richard I [1193-4]. A fine between Albreda de Lisores [Robert's daughter] and Roger de Laci, her grandson, by which she the said Albreda quit-claimed to him [Roger] all those lands which did belong to Robert de Lacy, and he covenanted with her that she should enjoy all the lands which were Robert de Lisours, her father's for life by the name of 8 Knight's Fees.
     Roger died after 1194.

Aubrey FitzEustace

     Aubrey FitzEustace was the daughter of Richard FitzEustace Constable of Chester and Albreda de Lisures.

John FitzEustace Constable of Chester

(before 1145 - 1190)
     John the Constable. From whom the second house of Lacy descended. John was Constable, Chester. He was born before 1145 in England. He was possibly born 1148 or before as he obtained livery of his inheritance in 1166. He was the son of Richard FitzEustace and Aubrey de Lacy.
     John FitzEustace Constable of Chester and Albreda de Lisures were mentioned in a deed dated 1166. John gave 1,000 marks to have the inheritance of his mother Albreda.
     John died in 1190 in Tyre, Lebanon. He died while on the third Crusade. He confirmed to the monks the gifts of Fulk de Lisoriis and his son Robert.

Child of John FitzEustace Constable of Chester

Richard FitzEustace

( - before 1166)
     Richard FitzEustace married Aubrey de Lacy, daughter of Robert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract, before 1145.
     Richard died before 1166.

Child of Richard FitzEustace and Aubrey de Lacy

Richard FitzEustace Constable of Chester

(circa 1128 - before 1163)
     Richard FitzEustace Constable of Chester was born circa 1128 in Halaton, Yorkshire.
     Richard FitzEustace Constable of Chester married Aubrey de Lacy, daughter of Robert de Lacy Lord of Pontefract, circa 1150 in Sprotborough, Yorkshire. Children of Richard FITZEUSTACE Baron of Halton and Albreda de LISOURES were as follows:
John FitzRichard de LACY Constable of Chester.
Roger FitzRichard 1st Lord of Warkworth.
Robert FitzRichard, born abt 1153 of England; died dsp.
Mary (Sara) FitzRichard.
Aubrey FitzRichard.
Roger de LACY, born abt 1157 of Cheshire, England
.
     Richard died before 1163.

Child of Richard FitzEustace Constable of Chester and Albreda de Lisures

Alexander FitzGerald

( - 1178)
     Alexander FitzGerald was born. Alexander, son of Gerold. He appears to have been kin of Warin FitzGerald who enfeoffed to him land at Sparsholt..
     Upon his accession Henry II gave Sparsholt to his chamberlain of the Exchequer Warin Fitz-Gerold ... Warin enfeoffed of this land Alexander FitzGerold of 1 knights' fee and Hugh FitzGerold of the like. They were probably his kinsmen. Alexander married Alice de Rumeilli, relict of William FitzDuncan and so held the honor of Skipton in 1166 by the courtesy of England..
     Alexander FitzGerald married Alice or Adeliza de Romelli, daughter of William de Meschin Lord of Copeland and Cecily de Romelli, between 1155 and 1156.
     Alexander died in 1178 in Skipton, Yorkshire. He died without issue in 1178 when his fee in Sparsholt reverted to the heir of Henry FitzGerald. Sparsholt in Hildeslaw hundred Berks, included Kingston Lisle.

Alexander Fitzgerald

     Alexander FitzGerald de Walton had lands in Skipton, jure uxoris, 12 Henry II. He gave lands to the Canons of Southwark. His wife Cecilia, Lady of Skipton etc. confirmed the grant.. Alexander Fitzgerald was the son of Unknown Gerald.
     Alexander Fitzgerald married Cecily de Romelli or FitzDuncan, daughter of William FitzDuncan Earl of Moray and Alice or Adeliza de Romelli. As her first marriage.

Alice FitzGerald

(circa 1220 - circa 1284)
     Alice FitzGerald was born circa 1220. She has been also described as the daughter of Warin, also of William de Fortibus & Hawise Countess of Albemarle. She is the link between Isabel de Fortibus, Countess of Albemarle & Harewood, who was her cousin. She was the daughter of Henry FitzGerald and Ermentrude de Ferrers (de Grendon).
     Alice FitzGerald married Robert de Lisle, son of Robert de Lisle and Sarah de Aunus or Danys, before February 1239/40. Grant from Henry fil. Geroldi to Robert de Insula in marriage with Alice, his daughter, of the whole of his land in Mundeford, Norfolk.
     In 1260 his parents conveyed to Gerard de Lisle, their younger son (progenitor of the Kingston Lisle line), his mother's Mundford estate and two years later, Alice confirmed the grant and released Gerard from payment of the rent of £10 which had been due to her late husband.
     Alice de Insula, daughter of Henry FitzGerold, widow, and her son Gerard. n.d. - Alice has granted to Gerard all her manor of Kingeston, and her land in Fauflor and Badelkynge, except the land called Stotfolde in Badelkinge which was bought from Andrew de Badelkynge; to him and his issue, rent a pair of gold spurs a year.
Witnesses: Sir Guy de Archentem, Sir Philip de Insula, Sir Hugh de Herdeburne, Sir John de Sancto Walerico, Sir Peter Achard, Sir Geoffrey Foliot, Sir Herbert de Bolebek, Sir Reginald de Archentem, Sir Richard de Archentem, Sir Ralph de Rouecestre, knights, Richard de Coleshulle, Peter de Badelkynge, Andrew de Badelkynge.
     Gerard de Insula and Lady Alice de Insula, his mother. Sun. after St. Peter in chains, 49 Hen. III
Gerard has granted to Alice the manors of Kyngeston (Berks.), and Mundeford (Norf.); to hold for life, to hold as he held before of her gift, rent a sore sparrowhawk a year, with remainder to Gerard and his heirs.
Witnesses: Sir Thomas Bardulf, Robert de Tybetoft, Philip de Insula, Osbert de Kaylly, Richard de Coleshull, Osbert de Mundeford, Geoffrey le clerk de Mundeford, John de Copeshulle.
     Gerard de Insula and Alice de Insula. One week after St. Martin, 54 Hen. III. - Final concord concerning the manor of Kingston; Alice has acknowledged the right of Gerard in the manor, by her gift, to him and his issue; rent £28 to Alice while she lives and the service of a quarter of a fee, after her death no rent and the service of one fee, reversion to Alice and her right heirs if Gerard dies without issue.
At: Westminster.
     In 1276 she was holding land in Coveney, Cambridgeshire in dower.
     Alice died when her son Robert acquitted his brother Gerard of relief upon her death circa 1284. Other sources suggest she died in 1270.

Children of Alice FitzGerald and Robert de Lisle

Charles Fitzgerald

(1902 - )
     Charles Fitzgerald was born in 1902 in USA. He was the son of Charles W Fitzgerald and Jessie Anita Brown.

Charles W Fitzgerald

(1873 - )
     Charles died in USA. He was born in 1873.
     Charles W Fitzgerald married Jessie Anita Brown, daughter of Joseph C Brown and Mary Jane Ross, on 11 August 1899 in Walnut Grove, Sacramento County, California, USA.

Children of Charles W Fitzgerald and Jessie Anita Brown

Dagmar Fitzgerald

(circa 1904 - )
     Dagmar Fitzgerald was born circa 1904 in USA. She was the daughter of Charles W Fitzgerald and Jessie Anita Brown.

Gerald Fitzgerald

(1900 - 1973)
     Gerald Fitzgerald was born in 1900 in USA. He was the son of Charles W Fitzgerald and Jessie Anita Brown.
     Gerald died in 1973 in USA.

Gerald FitzGerald

     Gerald was a civil servant.
     Gerald FitzGerald married Amicia Henrietta Milnes, daughter of Richard Monckton Milnes Lord Houghton and Hon Annabel Hungerford Crewe, in 1881.

Henry FitzGerald

(before 1145 - between 1174 and 1175)
     Henry FitzGerald was born before 1145. He was the son of Ralph FitzGerald.
     Henry FitzGerald married Matilda de Chesney before 1166. Henry was Chamberlain to Henry II, England.
     Henry died between 1174 and 1175.

Children of Henry FitzGerald and Matilda de Chesney

Henry FitzGerald

(circa 1173 - circa 1231)
     Henry FitzGerald was born circa 1173. He was the son of Henry FitzGerald and Matilda de Chesney.
     Henry FitzGerald mentioned in 1200.
     Henry FitzGerald married Ermentrude de Ferrers (de Grendon), daughter of Robert de Ferrers (Lord of Eggington & Radbourne) and Joan de Bocland, circa 1203 in England. She was the relict of Robert Talbot, of the Talbots of Bashall. She married Talbot, probably Quinton who was living 1200. Married 2ndly William de Grendon & was again widowed by Michaelmas 1203 when her marriage was acquired by Henry FitzGerold for his own benefit. By Talbot she had 2 sons John & Gerard.
     In 1204 he had a grant of a weekly market at Gainsborough, Lincs. ... In 1205 the King granted to earl William Marshal custody of the land & heir of [Henry] FitzGerold which had been seised into the King's hands, saving to the King the custody of the land and heir of Ermentrude his wife....
     In 1215 Henry had a grant of market & fair at his manor of Campton Beds. Withdrawing of service to John he returned to allegiance on the accession of Henry III, and on 14 Jan 1217 the sheriffs of Gloucs, Bedford, Bucks, & Berkshire were directed to give to Ermentrude wife of Henry, seisin of her lands. ... 1218 ... market & fair at his manor of Wing, Bucks, Kemerton Gloucs, & Balking Berks. .... Henry was Chamberlain to Henry II.
     Henry died circa 1231.

Children of Henry FitzGerald and Ermentrude de Ferrers (de Grendon)

Henry FitzGerald

     Henry FitzGerald was the son of Henry FitzGerald and Ermentrude de Ferrers (de Grendon).
          According to the large printed pedigree, he was son of the Chamberlain. Lord of Gainsborough, co. Linc. jure uxoris, Anno 6 John. Living 37 Henry III.

Henry Fitzgerald

     Henry Fitzgerald married Eleanor Caroline Louisa Bertrand Knott, daughter of William Phibbs Knott and Ruth Handy, on 13 December 1853 in St Anne's, Dublin.

Josephine C Fitzgerald

(circa 1865 - )
     Josephine C Fitzgerald was born circa 1865.
     Josephine C Fitzgerald married Peter Joseph Rubie, son of Edward Joseph Rubie and Ellen M Hussey, in 1884 in Newtown, New South Wales.

Children of Josephine C Fitzgerald and Peter Joseph Rubie

Kathleen Mary Fitzgerald

(circa 1900 - )
     Kathleen Mary Fitzgerald was born circa 1900.

Margery or Margaret FitzGerald

(say 1195 - 2 October 1252)
     Margery or Margaret FitzGerald was born say 1195 in England. The Fine Rolls HenryIII website records: It is not known when Margaret was born but she was probably born near the cusp of the thirteenth century. She was the only child of Warin FitzGerold, hereditary joint Chamberlain to the English throne and an able servant of King John.3 He had married Alice de Curcy, widow of the great City of London man, Henry of Cornhill. More importantly, Alice was the heiress of the Curcy family.4 Warin himself held lands in at least ten counties5 and, through Alice, he gained interests in the barony of Stogursey with lands in Somerset, Devon, Dorset, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire.6 Alice already had a daughter by Henry of Cornhill who had married Hugh, the son of the rising curialis, Hugh de Nevill but Margaret would inherit half the Curcy and all the FitzGerold lands. She was the daughter of Warin FitzGerald and Alice de Curci.
     Margery or Margaret FitzGerald married Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight, son of William de Redvers (Earl of Devon & Albemarle?), circa 1215. Margery or Margaret FitzGerald was widowed on 1 September 1216 on the death of her husband Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight.
     Margery or Margaret FitzGerald married Fulk de Breant or Breaute as her second husband, circa 1217. Dr Michael Ray writes: A writ confirms that, within ten weeks, Margaret was married again to Falkes de Bréauté but it is possible that the marriage might actually have taken place even earlier as the writ says the marriage was given to Falkes as a gift of the King who died on October 19 1216. Falkes was a much disliked, if effective, Norman soldier of uncertain origins.
     In 1224, after Falkes held Bedford castle against the King, he was brought to heal and exiled. It was at this darkest hour that Margaret came to the King and Archbishop of Canterbury and said that she never gave her consent to the marriage and asked for a divorce. It is clear that she was not successful but two enforced marriages had put her on her guard. Margery was granted a divorce from Fulk de Breant or Breaute in March 1225. She petitioned for a divorce on the gound that she had been taken by force and married against her will. It does not appear that she obtained the divorce, but the early death of Falkes gave her the release she sought.. Margery or Margaret FitzGerald was widowed in 1226 on the death of her husband Fulk de Breant or Breaute.
     The Fine Rolls HenryIII website records: On the 30 September 1229 a royal clerk noted in the fine rolls that ‘Margaret de Redvers has made fine with the king by 200 marks, so that she is to be quit of sending knights with the king at his passage in this, the thirteenth, year, and for having her scutage from the knights’ fees that she holds of the king in chief, namely 3 marks per shield for the king’s army at the aforesaid passage, and so that she shall not be compelled to marry for as long as she will live without a husband, and if she will wish to marry, she is to marry by her will on condition that she does not marry enemies of the king.’1
At Westminster, a day later, a writ was recorded by a royal clerk in the patent rolls, addressed to everyone that Margaret should not be distrained by the King or any of his men to marry again ‘according to the term of her fine.’
2.
     Margery died on 2 October 1252 in England.

Child of Margery or Margaret FitzGerald and Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight

Ralph FitzGerald

(circa 1120 - )
     Ralph FitzGerald was buried in St Mary Overy, Southwark, Surrey.
     Ralph died in Camberwell, Surrey. He was born circa 1120. He was the son of Unknown Gerald.

Children of Ralph FitzGerald

Robert FitzGerald

     Robert FitzGerald was the son of Henry FitzGerald and Ermentrude de Ferrers (de Grendon).

Child of Robert FitzGerald

Warin FitzGerald

(circa 1167 - July 1216)
     Warin FitzGerald was also known as Fitz Gerold in records. He was born circa 1167 in England. He was the son of Henry FitzGerald and Matilda de Chesney.
     Alice de Curci married secondly Warin FitzGerald in 1195.
     1199-1216: Warin FitzGerold, king's chamberlain, and Henry FitzGerold, his brother. n.d. [temp. John]
Warin has granted Speresholt and Badeleking to Henry, to hold for the service of one knight, in fee.
Witnesses: Alice de Curc', wife of Warin, Ralph Foliot, John de Wich, Andrew of the Exchequer (de Scaccario), Henry Foliot, Peter the clerk, Hugh de Mara, Stephen de Badeleking, Ailmer de Sevahanton, John son of John de Wich, Robert de Warcebec, Sir Eimeric the chaplain, John the clerk.
     Warin died in July 1216. Dr Michael Ray states: In July 1216 the King had ordered that Warin’s lands should be taken into the King’s hands,9 an indication that, along with other long-serving members of John’s inner circle, Warin had lost patience and joined the rebellion against the King.10. He was buried after 14 November 1216 in Southwark, Surrey.

Child of Warin FitzGerald and Alice de Curci

Warin FitzGerald

(before 1214 - circa 1257)
     Warin FitzGerald was born before 1214. He was the son of Henry FitzGerald and Ermentrude de Ferrers (de Grendon).
     Warin FitzGerald married Agnes de Lisle before 1234.
     Warin died circa 1257.

Warin FitzGerald

( - 1159)
     Warin FitzGerald was born in England. Warin was chamberlain to Henry II, England. He was the son of Ralph FitzGerald.
     Upon his accession Henry II gave Sparsholt to his chamberlain of the Exchequer Warin Fitz-Gerold ... Warin enfeoffed of this land Alexander FitzGerold of 1 knights' fee and Hugh FitzGerold of the like. They were probably his kinsmen. Alexander married Alice de Rumeilli, relict of William FitzDuncan and so held the honor of Skipton in 1166 by the courtesy of England. He died without issue in 1178 when his fee in Sparsholt reverted to the heir of Henry FitzGerald. Sparsholt in Hildeslaw hundred Berks, included Kingston Lisle.
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     Upon his accession Henry II gave Sparsholt to his chamberlain of the Exchequer Warin Fitz-Gerold ... Warin enfeoffed of this land Alexander FitzGerold of 1 knights' fee and Hugh FitzGerold of the like. They were probably his kinsmen. Alexander married Alice de Rumeilli, relict of William FitzDuncan and so held the honor of Skipton in 1166 by the courtesy of England..
     Warin died in 1159 in England. Alexander or Warin? He died without issue in 1178 when his fee in Sparsholt reverted to the heir of Henry FitzGerald. Sparsholt in Hildeslaw hundred Berks, included Kingston Lisle..

Alicia or Albreda FitzGerald?

     Alicia died. She was described as 'of Settringham'.. She was the daughter of Robert FitzGerald.

William FitzGodric

(circa 1140 - before 1194)
     William FitzGodric bore arms: Lozengy, argent & gules.

He was born circa 1140. He was the son of Godric, a follower of King Stephen. He was the son of Godric.
     Albreda de Lisures married thirdly William FitzGodric before 1178. They married between 1165 & 1173.
"Phil Moody"
To: GEN-MEDIEVAL-L@rootsweb.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 6:31 AM Subject: RE: marriage of William Fitz Godric and Aubrey de Lisours
> Paul Reed wrote: about a book from England which contains the surviving English decretals of the popes for the 1140-98 period, most of which had not been published elsewhere.
> In a decretal dated by the editor 1168-75, Alexander III to Roger, Archbishop of York, mandate to forbid the marriage of William Fitz Godric and Aubrey de Lisours, mother of the girl (by a previous spouse) to whom William had been originally betrothed while she was under age, and bind them with an anathema if they dare to act contrary to the oath which the Archbishop had prudently exacted from them.
> PLM: This appears to forbid the marriage if the "oath" is broken; so is there any indication of the particulars of this "oath."
> As expected, "desponsavit" was the word used for betrothal. This mandate is found only in _Rotomagensis prima_. This decretal concerns an earlier stage in the marriage negotiations between William Fitz Godric and Aubrey de Lisours.
>
> PLM: Paul, is this a separate decretal from the preceding one, or is it all inclusive?
>
> William Fitz Godric claimed that the girl [Aubrey] was under age when she refused her assent to the marriage, and that her father [Robert Fitz Eustace] took her to the Archbishop [name?] to release her from the betrothal. He also claimed that after the death of the father [when?] years later, the King gave the mother Aubrey to him in marriage, and he accepted her to quiet a discord between the two families [William of Clairfait is neglected?]. The girl [Aubrey] had also married [Henry Byset, son of William Byset] elsewhere in the meantime.
>
> PLM: Paul, I hope you don't mind my bracketing in some names and questions in the above paragraph for clarity:-) We appear to have the personal testimony of William fitz Godric concerning how his marriage to Aubrey de Lisours (The Elder) came about. This is certainly contemporary evidence. William fitz Godric claims that the King gave him Aubrey de Lisours in marriage after the death of the father, Robert Fitz Eustace; so did William de Clairfait go against the King's wishes, and marry Aubrey de Lisours, or are William de Clairfait and William fitz Godric one and the same man?
>
> William Fitz Godric had even traveled to the court of the pope, and had offered a cleric a certain church if he would promote his concern in the papal curia.
>
> PLM: Any indication of what church was offered? What churches did William fitz Godric possess?
>
> These records would indicate that William Fitz Godric did indeed marry Aubrey de Lisours before 1175. CP 5:519 estimated that William Fitz Godric married Aubrey about 1169-70. Since Aubrey did not marry her second husband William de Clairfait until about 1167, the girl involved (who later also married), would therefore be daughter of Aubrey's first marriage to Robert Fitz Eustace.
>
> PLM: No, I believe the "girl", Aubrey (de Lisours) Byset was married prior to William fitz Godric's marriage to the mother, Aubrey de Lisours (the Elder). You assert that the decretal states "The girl had also married elsewhere in the meantime.", and take this to mean that
the daughter was already married, prior to William's marriage to the mother. If this were not the case, there would be nothing to prevent the king from giving William fitz Godric the daughter, as originally intended. Paul, since you have studied this evidence first hand, how might it be applied to the daughter Aubrey, with respect to her date of birth, and the marriage date to Henry Byset?
> Phil Moody.

     William died before 1194. He was frequently named in the Pipe rolls from 1169/70 to 1179/80 and other records down to 1182..

Child of William FitzGodric and Albreda de Lisures

Matilda FitzIves

     Matilda FitzIves married Sir Otes Petit Lord of Ardevora. Matilda FitzIves was the daughter of Simon FitzIves.

Child of Matilda FitzIves and Sir Otes Petit Lord of Ardevora

Simon FitzIves

Child of Simon FitzIves

Elise Fitzpatrick

(5 September 1926 - 1989)
     Elise Fitzpatrick was born on 5 September 1926 in Victoria. She was the daughter of Samuel Charles Fitzpatrick and Moree Isobel Maude Refshauge.
     Elise Fitzpatrick married James Gordon Robertson on 6 August 1951 in Victoria.
     Elise Fitzpatrick married Garth Edward Clabburn on 13 December 1973.
     Elise Fitzpatrick lived at 'Sunninghill', Dunkeld, Victoria, 1982.
     Elise died in 1989 in 'Foreward', Dunkeld, Victoria.