Samuel Charles Fitzpatrick

(20 November 1892 - July 1991)
     Samuel Charles Fitzpatrick was born on 20 November 1892. Samuel was a doctor.
     Samuel Charles Fitzpatrick married Moree Isobel Maude Refshauge, daughter of John Henry Refshauge and Donella MacKenzie, on 18 July 1919 in Victoria.
     Samuel died in July 1991 aged 98.

Child of Samuel Charles Fitzpatrick and Moree Isobel Maude Refshauge

Reginald or Piers FitzPeirs or FitzHerbert

     Reginald or Piers FitzPeirs or FitzHerbert married an unknown person in 1203.

Child of Reginald or Piers FitzPeirs or FitzHerbert

Lucy FitzPiers

(say 1195 - )
     Lucy FitzPiers was born say 1195 in Wales. Dugdale citing Glover, Somerset Herald, stated that she was the daughter of Reginald FitzPiers of Blewlebeny in Wales. If she belonged to this family, she was presumably sister of Herbert Fitzpiers and of his brother and heir Reynold FitzPiers, and daughter of Piers FitzHerbert, lords of the Honour of Brecknock, whose castle was built at Blaenllyfni. She was the daughter of Reginald or Piers FitzPeirs or FitzHerbert.
     Lucy FitzPiers married Sir William de Ros, son of Sir Robert de Ros Fursan and Isabel Avenal of Scotland. Rosie Bevan wrote: That William de Ros of Helmsley was married to Lucy fitz Piers identified, ( CP (XI : 94) as you say, citing Dugdale), as daughter of Piers fitz Herbert, lord of Brecknock, would appeare to be borne out by the names of their children - Robert, William, Alexander, Herbert, John, Piers, Lucy and Alice, as listed in CP XI p. 94 note (l) and supported by about ten references.
     She was living at Michaelmas 1266, when there is a record of her claim for dower in Ulceby, Lincs, against Alice de Ros, and in a manor in Yorks against Piers de Ros.

Children of Lucy FitzPiers and Sir William de Ros

Eustace Fitzralph

     Eustace Fitzralph was also known as FitzHugh in records. Eustace Fitzralph was also known as Eustacia in records.
     Eustace Fitzralph married Sir William de Ros (of Ingmanthorpe), son of Sir William de Ros and Lucy FitzPiers. She was the daughter of Ralph FitzHugh, widow of Nicholas de Cauntelo/Cantilupe.

Children of Eustace Fitzralph and Sir William de Ros (of Ingmanthorpe)

Edward John Fitzsimons

(circa 1816 - )
     Edward John Fitzsimons was born circa 1816. He was the son of John Burke Fitzsimons and Augusta Frederica Halahan.

John Burke Fitzsimons

(25 February 1771 - 7 May 1824)
     John Burke Fitzsimons was born on 25 February 1771 in Ireland.
     John Burke Fitzsimons married Augusta Frederica Halahan, daughter of John Halahan and Mary Handy, on 7 October 1815 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland.
     John died on 7 May 1824 in Dublin, aged 53. He was buried in St Matthew's, Irishtown, Dublin.

Child of John Burke Fitzsimons and Augusta Frederica Halahan

Sir William FitzThomas

( - before 1294)
     Lord of Emley & Sprotborough, in Kirkby's Inquest; summoned to attend the King 1 Edw III.. Sir William FitzThomas was the son of Sir Thomas FitzWilliam and Agnes Bertram.
     Sir William FitzThomas married Agnes Metham.
     William died before 1294.

Child of Sir William FitzThomas and Agnes Metham

Avelina FitzWalter or FitzAlan or Stewart

     Avelina FitzWalter or FitzAlan or Stewart married Duncan Earl of Carrick, son of Gilbert of Galloway. There is some uncertainty about this marriage. Avelina FitzWalter or FitzAlan or Stewart was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of Alan FitzWalter High Steward of Scotland. Avelina FitzWalter or FitzAlan or Stewart was also known as Stewart in records.

Child of Avelina FitzWalter or FitzAlan or Stewart and Duncan Earl of Carrick

Alan FitzWalter

(1140 - 1204)
     He was a crusader with Richard Couer de Lion. Alan FitzWalter was also known as le Steward in records. Alan was the 2nd High Steward of Scotland.
     Alan FitzWalter married Eve. Other sources suggest Margaret of Galloway or Alesta of Mar.
Wikipedia states: He married firstly,[3][7] Eva, who is usually named as the daughter of Sweyn Thor'sson, although some historians dispute Eva's parentage. They had no known issue.
By his second marriage to Alesta, daughter of Morggán, Earl of Mar[3] [7] and Ada, he had issue:

Walter Stewart, 3rd High Steward of Scotland,[7] married Bethóc, daughter of Gille Críst, Earl of Angus and his wife Marjorie. He died in 1246.
David [7]
Leonard
Avelina, married Donnchadh, Earl of Carrick
Some sources list Margaret Galloway as Walter's mother. Galloway is related to William the Conqueror and other royalty.. Alan FitzWalter was born in 1140. He was the son of Walter FitzAlan and Eschyn de Molle of Huntlaw.
     Alan died in 1204.

Child of Alan FitzWalter and Eve

Alan FitzWalter High Steward of Scotland

Child of Alan FitzWalter High Steward of Scotland

Robert FitzWalter

( - between 18 January 1325 and 1326)
     Robert FitzWalter married Alice de Montfort, daughter of Sir Piers de Montfort Lord of Beaudesert, after 10 May 1308. The grant was dated 10 May 1308, she was his 3rd wife..
     Robert died between 18 January 1325 and 1326 in England.

Agnes Fitzwilliam

     Agnes Fitzwilliam was born in Greaseborough, Rotherham, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas FitzWilliam and Agnes Bertram.

Anne FitzWilliam (Hastings)

(before 1365 - )
     Anne FitzWilliam (Hastings) was born before 1365 in Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Clinton.

Aubrey Fitzwilliam (Walleis)

     Aubrey Fitzwilliam (Walleis) lived at Darrington, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas FitzWilliam and Agnes Bertram.

Bertha Fitzwilliam

     Bertha Fitzwilliam was the daughter of Sir Thomas FitzWilliam and Agnes Bertram.

Edmund FitzWilliam

(before 1358 - )
     Edmund FitzWilliam was born before 1358 in Yorkshire, England. He was the third son.. He was the son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Clinton.      
Edmund FitzWilliam paid the poll tax in 1379 in Sprotborough, Yorkshire, England. Edmundus fitz William, armiger, 6d.

Eleanor Fitzwilliam

(before 1421 - after 1475)
     Eleanor Fitzwilliam was born before 1421 in Sprotborough, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Fitzwilliam and Margaret Clarell.
     Eleanor Fitzwilliam married Sir William Ryther as his second wife, circa 1437. 1584/5 & 1612 visitation of Yorkshire: Fitzwilliam of Sprotborough - Elinor daughter of Sir John & Margaret Fitzwilliam, Lord of Emley married Wm Ryther of Ryther kt [1571 mss].
     At Westminster. One week from the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 8 Edward IV [9 February 1469].
Parties: John Sayer the elder, esquire, querent, and William Ryther, knight, and Eleanor, his wife, deforciants.
Property:     The manor of Magna Wyrkesale and 31 messuages, 50 bovates of land and 8 acres of meadow in Magna Wyrkesale, Pykton' and Stayndalerygge.
Plea of covenant. Agreement: William and Eleanor have acknowledged the manor and tenements to be the right of John, as those which he has of their gift, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of William to him and his heirs for ever.
Warranty by William and Eleanor for themselves and the heirs of Eleanor, against George, abbot of Westminster, and his successors.
For this: John has given them 300 pounds sterling.
Places: Low Worsall, Picton, Staindale (all 3 in Kirklevington).
     In Sir William Ryther's will dated 20 June 1475 in Ryther, Eleanor Fitzwilliam was named as heir; 20 June 1475, I lord William Ryther of Ryther, knight... to God & Blessed virgin Mary, to be buried in my parish church of Ryther. I leave to the rector of my church aforesaid for my forgotten and imperfectly paid tithes 20 sh. Item, I leave to the fabric of the cathedral church of blessed Peter, York, 20 sh.
Item. I leave to the brothers of the Order of St Francis in the City of York 20 sh. Item, I leave to the other brothers in the said 6/8 to each of their Houses.
Item, I leave all the cloths and tiles within my lordship of Ryther to the aforesaid church for the building of a belfry.
Item, I leave to Johanna Ryther my daughter, as part of her marriage portion 'le frer hag' with all appurtenances ... to the said Johanna a boat ...
Item I will that my feoffees pay to the afsd Johanna my daughter from the rents of my maner at Cottis, for her marriage honorably made ...
Item, I leave to Robert Ryther my son, knight all the convenient necessaries in the bakehouse, the brewhouse and the maltkiln, etc. a large brass pot and three glasses?, a green hanging of 'tapestre work', two featherbeds, two chests, 1 cloth of twill, two towels of twill, four cloths of linen for the table in the hall, one trotting horse.
I leave to Elionora my wife the third part of all my goods, movable and fixed "tertiam partes" I will that the afsd Elionora have the feoffment and fealty promised by her friends on the day of our wedding. ...
The residue of all my goods not above bequeathed ... to my executors ... as seems best to them...
Executors - John Nevill of Leversage Esq, William Ryther my son, & Sir John Stodfield vicar of Brayton. Guy Farefax supervisor. Witnesses Master Robert Ryther Rector of Ryther, Sir John Bykerton chaplain, Wm Snell & Nicholas Holgate.

     Eleanor died after 1475. She was mentioned in the will of Rob Abirforth, Rector of Ryther dated 7 Jan 1471/2..

Children of Eleanor Fitzwilliam and Sir William Ryther

Elizabeth Fitzwilliam (Mohun?)

(before 1348 - )
     Elizabeth Fitzwilliam (Mohun?) was born before 1348 in Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Jane or Joan de Reresby.

Elizabeth Fitzwilliam (Rockley)

     Elizabeth Fitzwilliam (Rockley) was the daughter of Sir William Fitzwilliam and Maud Cromwell.

Isabel FitzWilliam (Thornhill)

(before 1366 - )
     Isabel FitzWilliam (Thornhill) was born before 1366 in Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Clinton.

Isabell FitzWilliam

     Isabell FitzWilliam married William Wentworth, son of Thomas Wentworth and Jane Redman. She was the daughter of Sir Richard Fitzwilliam of Aldwarke.

Child of Isabell FitzWilliam and William Wentworth

Joan Fitzwilliam

     Joan Fitzwilliam was born in Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Jane or Joan de Reresby.
     Joan Fitzwilliam married Thomas de Stapleton.

Joan Fitzwilliam

     Joan died young. She was born in England. She was the daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Eleanor Green.

Joan Fitzwilliam (Sothill)

     Joan Fitzwilliam (Sothill) was the daughter of Sir William Fitzwilliam and Maud Cromwell.

Joan FitzWilliam (Stapleton) (Felton)

(before 1359 - )
     Joan FitzWilliam (Stapleton) (Felton) was born before 1359 in Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Clinton.

John Fitzwilliam

(15 August 1397 - 28 December 1421)
     John Fitzwilliam was born on 15 August 1397 in Emley, Yorkshire. Richardson claims he was born in Sprotborough, 27 May 1397, but thre is a 'Proof of age inquisition dated 27 Ayg 1418 which states he was born at Sprotborough on 15 August 1397 and baptised there the same day. He was the son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Eleanor Green.
     Some documents call her daugher of William FitzWilliam of Maplethorpe Lincs. But most give John Fitzwilliam, Lord of Sprotborough who was with Henry V at Rouen and died there 1421, buried (or M.I.?) Sprotborough.
     A marriage settlement between John Fitzwilliam and Margaret Clarell was made on 19 January 1410 in Emley, YKS. Pre-nuptial marriage settlement between John Fitzwilliam to Thomas Clarell. In consideration of a marriage to be had between John, son and heir of John Fitzwilliam, and Margaret, daughter of Thomas Clarell, it is agreed that Thomas shall pay 450 marks to John, the father, in stated instalments and that John, the father, will convey to Thomas the manor of Derthyngton (Darrington?) with all its appurtenances in Derthyngton and Wentebrigg. For 10 years or until the marriage and then to the use of John the younger and Margaret, his wife, and their heirs, to hold from John, the father, at an annual rent of 20s. If John the younger dies within 4 years of the marriage then John Fitzwilliam's second son, Nicholas, is to marry Margaret, and they are to hold the property on the same terms.
Given at the manor of Emley
.
     John Fitzwilliam married Margaret Clarell, daughter of Thomas Clarell Esquire and Maud Montgomery, after 19 January 1410.
     John died on 28 December 1421 in Rouen, France, aged 24. He was buried after 28 December 1421 in Sprotborough, Yorkshire, England.
     John Fitzwilliam was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in 1422 John Fitzwilliam, Esquire. 134 Writ. ‡ 26 November 1422. [Wymbyssh]
Regarding lands held of ?Henry V? .
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. Inquisition. Nottingham. 20 December 1422. [Goushull]
Jurors: Robert Clerk of Sneiton ; Ralph Bonay and William Hopper , of East or West Bridgford; William Somouruyll and William Estnoure , of Keyworth; William Pate of Sneiton ; Nicholas Banburn of East or West Bridgford ; William Radclif of Hickling ; Robert Fancourt of Kinoulton ; John Jonson of Edwalton ; Richard Fecherston of Cotgrave ; and John Baker of Hickling.
He held no lands or tenements in his demesne as of fee or in service of ?Henry V? in chief or of any others. He was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of 2/3 manor of Plumtree and the advowson of 2/3 church of the manor, 17s. 6d. free rent in Wood Hall, Risley and Breaston in Derbyshire, part of the manor of Plumtree, the reversion of the third parts and reversion of 6s. 8d. free rent in Chaddesden in Derbyshire, part of the same manor and then held in dower by Eleanor Fitzwilliam , his mother [CCR 1413–19, p.469]. By his charter dated 1 May 1421 and shown to the escheator and jurors, he granted the above among other manors, lands, tenements, rents, reversions and services, to Thomas Langeley, bishop of Durham , William Kynwalmerssh, lately Treasurer of England , now deceased, Edmund Fitzwilliam , Thomas Clarell, esquire , Richard Wenteworth and John Melton , their heirs and assigns. In the grant these were described as his manor of Plumtree in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, the advowson of the churches, chantry, chapter and hospital in Plumtree, all other lands, tenements, free or villein rents and services and suit whatsoever pertaining to the manor, all other manors, lands, tenements, rents and service, and reversion of all lands and tenements which he then held for life or for term of years, with their appurtenances and profits in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, and the reversion to him of all manors, lands and tenements which Eleanor his mother then held in dower in Plumtree and elsewhere as part of that manor. Eleanor attorned to the bishop and others at Warsop or Worksop, by payment of a gold noble. She died and the bishop and others entered 1/3 manor and the advowson of 1/3 church and 6s. 8d. free rent in reversion. The feoffees were additionally seised of 2/3 manor, advowson of 2/3 church and 17s. 6d. free rent. By his deed of quitclaim with close warrant, dated 1 June 1421 and shown to the escheator and jurors, John Fitzwilliam remised, released and quitclaimed for himself and his heirs, to the bishop and others, their heirs and assigns then tenants and possessors in the above form, all right and claim that he ever had or could have in all the above, described as in his grant, as is apparent more fully in his deed.

Plumtree. The manor with advowson was held of ?Henry V? of his duchy of Lancaster of his castle of Castle Donnington, services unknown, annual value £26.
He died on 28 December 1421. William Fitzwilliam is his son and next heir, aged 5 years and more the day of this inquisition.
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135 [Writ: see 134 .]
DERBYSHIRE. Inquisition. Breaston. 21 December 1422. [Goushull]
Jurors: Richard Hus , John Hoplyn , Thomas Bete and William Rysley , of ?Long Eaton; Thomas Hawk of Sawley ; Nicholas Smyth and Thomas del Felde , of Breaston; John Howet ; S... Couk [ms torn and worn]; John Drapure ; and William Wright and Robert Thebold , of Draycott.
He held no lands or tenements in his demesne as of fee or in service of ?Henry V? in chief or of any others. He was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of free rents of 3s. 4d. in Wood Hall, 5s. 6d. in Risley and 8s. in Breaston, and reversion of 6s. 8d. free rent in Chaddesden, which Eleanor Fitzwilliam his mother then held in dower as in 134, all part of the manor of Plumtree in Nottinghamshire. The rents and reversion were granted by his charter described in 134, Eleanor attorned to the bishop and others at Chesterfield and they entered the rents in reversion, as in 134. The manor of Plumtree was held as in 134, annual value of the rents 23s. 6d.
Date of death and heir as in 134.
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136 [Writ not extant: 24 November 1422, [CFR 1422–30, p.2.]

YORKSHIRE. Inquisition. Doncaster. 7 December 1422. [Wenteworth]
Jurors: John Vauasure of Denaby ; Thomas Deuyle of Warmsworth ; Thomas Saintpaule of Campsall ; John Grene , John de Wodehalle , Richard de Pygburne , Thomas Vghtibrig , Richard Kyng , John Manger and Thomas Bussell , of Doncaster; John Olyuer of Cadeby; John del Hille of Hille ; and Laurence de Wode of Wadworth.
John Fitzwilliam, knight , was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of the manor of Darrington and 10 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 bovates and 20s. free rent in Darrington and Wentbridge. By his indented charter dated at Darrington, Michaelmas 1412, and shown to the escheator and jurors, by his deed he granted the above, except certain lands and tenements, rents and service there called ‘Walesfee’, to Thomas Clarell, esquire , to hold from the previous feast of St Laurence for 8 years, and he held for that term; remainder to John Fitzwilliam, esquire , named in the writ, and Margaret his wife, described as John his son and Margaret his wife, daughter of the same Thomas, and the heirs of their bodies, who held in their demesne as of fee tail. John died holding the above jointly with Margaret his wife, who survives.
Darrington, the manor, Darrington and Wentbridge, 10 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 bovates and 20s. free rent, less the exception, were held of ?Henry V? of his duchy of Lancaster, of his honour of Pontefract, services unknown, annual value £10. Thomas Langeley, bishop of Durham , and others named in 134 were lately seised in their demesne as of fee of 2/3 manor of Sprotbrough, the advowson of 2/3 church of the manor and the reversion of 1/3 manor and advowson of 1/3 church which Eleanor Fitzwilliam then held in dower as in 134. By their charter dated 30 June 1421 and shown to the escheator and jurors, they granted and enfeoffed John Fitzwilliam, esquire , and Margaret his wife and the heirs of his body with the above, described as their manor of Sprotbrough, the advowson of the church, chantry, chapel and hospital of Sprotbrough and all other lands, tenements, rents and services, both free or villein, and suit whatsoever pertaining to the manor, and also the reversion of the manor, lands and tenements that Eleanor held in dower and elsewhere as part of the manor of Sprotbrough. John and Margaret were seised, John in his demesne as of fee tail and Margaret as of free tenement, and Eleanor attorned to John and Margaret at Aldwark, by payment of a gold noble. Eleanor died and John and Margaret entered the 1/3 manor and advowson of 1/3 church in reversion. John died holding the manor and advowson jointly with Margaret his wife, who survives.
Sprotbrough. The manor with advowson was held of ?Henry V? of his duchy of Lancaster, of his honour of Tickhill, services unknown, annual value £26.
He held no other lands or tenements as of fee or by service of ?Henry V? in chief or of any others. He was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of 2/3 manor of Emley, the advowson of 2/3 church of the manor, the reversion of 1/3 manor and advowson of 1/3 church which Eleanor Fitzwilliam then held in dower, and the manor of Haddleseyn136_001. He granted these by the charter described in 134, Eleanor attorned to the bishop and others at Aldwark and they entered 1/3 manor of Emley and the advowson of 1/3 church in reversion, as in 134. By his deed of quitclaim described in 134, he remised the above, described in full as in the grant, to the bishop and others.
Emley. The manor with advowson is held of Henry Brounflete, chevalier , and Joan duchess of York , his wife, in socage of their manor of Wakefield by service of 13s. 4d., annual value £16.
Haddleseyn136_001. The manor was held of ?Henry V? of his duchy of Lancaster, of his honour of Pontefract, services unknown, annual value 100s.
Date of death and heir as in 134.
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134 Writ. ‡ 26 November 1422. [Wymbyssh]
Regarding lands held of ?Henry V? .

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. Inquisition. Nottingham. 20 December 1422. [Goushull]
Jurors: Robert Clerk of Sneiton ; Ralph Bonay and William Hopper , of East or West Bridgford; William Somouruyll and William Estnoure , of Keyworth; William Pate of Sneiton ; Nicholas Banburn of East or West Bridgford ; William Radclif of Hickling ; Robert Fancourt of Kinoulton ; John Jonson of Edwalton ; Richard Fecherston of Cotgrave ; and John Baker of Hickling.
He held no lands or tenements in his demesne as of fee or in service of ?Henry V? in chief or of any others. He was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of 2/3 manor of Plumtree and the advowson of 2/3 church of the manor, 17s. 6d. free rent in Wood Hall, Risley and Breaston in Derbyshire, part of the manor of Plumtree, the reversion of the third parts and reversion of 6s. 8d. free rent in Chaddesden in Derbyshire, part of the same manor and then held in dower by Eleanor Fitzwilliam , his mother [CCR 1413–19, p.469]. By his charter dated 1 May 1421 and shown to the escheator and jurors, he granted the above among other manors, lands, tenements, rents, reversions and services, to Thomas Langeley, bishop of Durham , William Kynwalmerssh, lately Treasurer of England , now deceased, Edmund Fitzwilliam , Thomas Clarell, esquire , Richard Wenteworth and John Melton , their heirs and assigns. In the grant these were described as his manor of Plumtree in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, the advowson of the churches, chantry, chapter and hospital in Plumtree, all other lands, tenements, free or villein rents and services and suit whatsoever pertaining to the manor, all other manors, lands, tenements, rents and service, and reversion of all lands and tenements which he then held for life or for term of years, with their appurtenances and profits in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, and the reversion to him of all manors, lands and tenements which Eleanor his mother then held in dower in Plumtree and elsewhere as part of that manor. Eleanor attorned to the bishop and others at Warsop or Worksop, by payment of a gold noble. She died and the bishop and others entered 1/3 manor and the advowson of 1/3 church and 6s. 8d. free rent in reversion. The feoffees were additionally seised of 2/3 manor, advowson of 2/3 church and 17s. 6d. free rent. By his deed of quitclaim with close warrant, dated 1 June 1421 and shown to the escheator and jurors, John Fitzwilliam remised, released and quitclaimed for himself and his heirs, to the bishop and others, their heirs and assigns then tenants and possessors in the above form, all right and claim that he ever had or could have in all the above, described as in his grant, as is apparent more fully in his deed.

Plumtree. The manor with advowson was held of ?Henry V? of his duchy of Lancaster of his castle of Castle Donnington, services unknown, annual value £26.
He died on 28 December 1421. William Fitzwilliam is his son and next heir, aged 5 years and more the day of this inquisition.
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135 [Writ: see 134 .]
DERBYSHIRE. Inquisition. Breaston. 21 December 1422. [Goushull]
Jurors: Richard Hus , John Hoplyn , Thomas Bete and William Rysley , of ?Long Eaton; Thomas Hawk of Sawley ; Nicholas Smyth and Thomas del Felde , of Breaston; John Howet ; S... Couk [ms torn and worn]; John Drapure ; and William Wright and Robert Thebold , of Draycott.
He held no lands or tenements in his demesne as of fee or in service of ?Henry V? in chief or of any others. He was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of
free rents of 3s. 4d. in Wood Hall, 5s. 6d. in Risley and 8s. in Breaston, and reversion of 6s. 8d. free rent in Chaddesden, which Eleanor Fitzwilliam his mother then held in dower as in 134, all part of the manor of Plumtree in Nottinghamshire. The rents and reversion were granted by his charter described in 134, Eleanor attorned to the bishop and others at Chesterfield and they entered the rents in reversion, as in 134. The manor of Plumtree was held as in 134, annual value of the rents 23s. 6d.
Date of death and heir as in 134.
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136 [Writ not extant: 24 November 1422, [CFR 1422–30, p.2.]
YORKSHIRE. Inquisition. Doncaster. 7 December 1422. [Wenteworth]
Jurors: John Vauasure of Denaby ; Thomas Deuyle of Warmsworth ; Thomas Saintpaule of Campsall ; John Grene , John de Wodehalle , Richard de Pygburne , Thomas Vghtibrig , Richard Kyng , John Manger and Thomas Bussell , of Doncaster; John Olyuer of Cadeby; John del Hille of Hille ; and Laurence de Wode of Wadworth.
John Fitzwilliam, knight , was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of the manor of Darrington and 10 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 bovates and 20s. free rent in Darrington and Wentbridge. By his indented charter dated at Darrington, Michaelmas 1412, and shown to the escheator and jurors, by his deed he granted the above, except certain lands and tenements, rents and service there called ‘Walesfee’, to Thomas Clarell, esquire , to hold from the previous feast of St Laurence for 8 years, and he held for that term; remainder to John Fitzwilliam, esquire , named in the writ, and Margaret his wife, described as John his son and Margaret his wife, daughter of the same Thomas, and the heirs of their bodies, who held in their demesne as of fee tail. John died holding the above jointly with Margaret his wife, who survives.
Darrington, the manor, Darrington and Wentbridge, 10 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 bovates and 20s. free rent, less the exception, were held of ?Henry V? of his duchy of Lancaster, of his honour of Pontefract, services unknown, annual value £10. Thomas Langeley, bishop of Durham , and others named in 134 were lately seised in their demesne as of fee of 2/3 manor of Sprotbrough, the advowson of 2/3 church of the manor and the reversion of 1/3 manor and advowson of 1/3 church which Eleanor Fitzwilliam then held in dower as in 134. By their charter dated 30 June 1421 and shown to the escheator and jurors, they granted and enfeoffed John Fitzwilliam, esquire , and Margaret his wife and the heirs of his body with the above, described as their manor of Sprotbrough, the advowson of the church, chantry, chapel and hospital of Sprotbrough and all other lands, tenements, rents and services, both free or villein, and suit whatsoever pertaining to the manor, and also the reversion of the manor, lands and tenements that Eleanor held in dower and elsewhere as part of the manor of Sprotbrough. John and Margaret were seised, John in his demesne as of fee tail and Margaret as of free tenement, and Eleanor attorned to John and Margaret at Aldwark, by payment of a gold noble. Eleanor died and John and Margaret entered the 1/3 manor and advowson of 1/3 church in reversion. John died holding the manor and advowson jointly with Margaret his wife, who survives.
Sprotbrough. The manor with advowson was held of ?Henry V? of his duchy of Lancaster, of his honour of Tickhill, services unknown, annual value £26.
He held no other lands or tenements as of fee or by service of ?Henry V? in chief or of any others. He was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of 2/3 manor of Emley, the advowson of 2/3 church of the manor, the reversion of 1/3 manor and advowson of 1/3 church which Eleanor Fitzwilliam then held in dower, and the manor of Haddleseyn136_001. He granted these by the charter described in 134, Eleanor attorned to the bishop and others at Aldwark and they entered 1/3 manor of Emley and the advowson of 1/3 church in reversion, as in 134. By his deed of quitclaim described in 134, he remised the above, described in full as in the grant, to the bishop and others.
Emley. The manor with advowson is held of Henry Brounflete, chevalier , and Joan duchess of York , his wife, in socage of their manor of Wakefield by service of 13s. 4d., annual value £16.
Haddleseyn136_001. The manor was held of ?Henry V? of his duchy of Lancaster, of his honour of Pontefract, services unknown, annual value 100s.
Date of death and heir as in 134.
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Children of John Fitzwilliam and Margaret Clarell

John Fitzwilliam

( - 10 July 1460?)
     John Fitzwilliam was born in England. He was the son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Eleanor Green.
     John died on 10 July 1460? In Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. He was described as "of Greens Norton". He married Eleanor Villers.

John FitzWilliam

(before 1357 - )
     John FitzWilliam was born before 1357 in Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Clinton.

John Fitzwilliam

(say 1412 - )
     John Fitzwilliam was born say 1412. He was the son of John Fitzwilliam and Margaret Clarell.

Sir John Fitzwilliam

(1327 - 1385)
     He obtained the manor of east Haddlesey and other property in Yorkshire on the death without issue of Sir Thomas de Stapleton, husband of his sister Joan in 1373.. Sir John Fitzwilliam was born in 1327 in England. He was the son of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Jane or Joan de Reresby.
     Sir John Fitzwilliam married Elizabeth Clinton.      
Sir John Fitzwilliam paid the poll tax in 1379 in Sprotborough, Yorkshire, England. Johannes Fitz William, chivaler & Elizabetha uxor ejus, 20 sh.
     John died being murdered in 1385 in Howden, Yorkshire, England. He is said to have been slain about 1385, by Roger Spark, a servant of the Aske family. His will 12 Oct, 1382, according to Hunter, but not found at York.

Children of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Clinton