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.
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> PLM: Paul, is this a separate decretal from the preceding one, or is it all inclusive?
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> 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.
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> 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?
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> 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.
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> PLM: Any indication of what church was offered? What churches did William fitz Godric possess?
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> 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.
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> 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.

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.