Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon

(1 January 1236 - before January 1263)
     Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon was also known as de Lisle in records. He was born on 1 January 1236. He was the son of Baldwin de Redvers and Amicia de Clare.
     Baldwin died before January 1263.
     Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in January 1263. Baldwin de Insula Earl of Devon: writs 13 Jan & 13 July 47 Hen III [1263]. Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle (Alba Marla, Albemaria, Aubemarle, Aubemara), late the wife of the Earl of Albemarle, his sister, age variously stated as 24 and more and 25, is his heir through the death of his son. He held lands in Parva Fakenham, Suffolk, Freshwater manor, etc. in the Isle of Wight, Yorks - Harwode manor (full extent given with names of tenants in orig), including lands etc in the fields of Wetecrofth, Rugemund, Pulehale and Fites (?) services from the township of Lofthus, lands in Neuhale, and pannage, windfalls, etc. in the wood of Swindene; Plimpton castle, etc. Devon inc. lands held by Countess Amice, mother of the late earl Baldwin & Worthbrough, Stratton manor, etc. in Wilts.

Child of Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon

Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight

(circa 1200 - 1 September 1216)
     Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight was born circa 1200 in Vernon, England. He was the son of William de Redvers (Earl of Devon & Albemarle?).
     Baldwin de Redvers Lord de L'Isle of Wight married Margery or Margaret FitzGerald, daughter of Warin FitzGerald and Alice de Curci, circa 1215.
     Baldwin died on 1 September 1216. He predeceased his father, and was the only son. His estates went with his widow to Fulk de Breant. At the inquisition into the death of his grandaughter Isabella de Fortibus, Countess of Albemarle, Cal Inq p.m. 13 Mar & 8 April 5 Edw II, he was described as Baldwin de Vernoun and his lands were to be inherited by Hugh de Curtnay & his wife Margery's by Robert de Insula.

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

Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale

(circa July 1237 - 10 November 1293)
     Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale was born circa July 1237. Isabella de Fortibus as she is usually called, was daughter of Baldwin de Redvers, Earl of Devon and lord of the Isle of Wight. She was the daughter of Baldwin de Redvers and Amicia de Clare.
     Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale married William de Fortibus Count of Aumale, son of William de Fortibus and Aveline de Montfitchet, circa 1241. He married three times. First Devorgilla daughter of ... who died without issue; secondly Constance or Christiana, daughter of Alan, Lord of Gallaway (who died 1234) died without issue, thirdly Isabel, daughter of Baldwin Rivers, Earl of Devonshire.
Isabel married William de Fors or de Fortibus, Earl of Albemarle. The correct modern spelling of this name is Aumale, a place situated on the river Brele in Normandy. The Latin form is Alba Marla or Aumalcum. In the 13th century it was called in France Aubemarle or Albemalle. [Oxf Rec Soc V XIV intro].
     Isabel de Fortibus... presents to Harewood church Jan 1241, Jan 1291, also to Thorpe Sep ...., 1275, 80 patron of church, 1281 Com Alb 1291 Eundam 1299, 1309 Rex 1310 Rob de Insula. Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale was the heir of Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon at the Inquisition Post Mortem held in January 1263. Baldwin de Insula Earl of Devon: writs 13 Jan & 13 July 47 Hen III [1263]. Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle (Alba Marla, Albemaria, Aubemarle, Aubemara), late the wife of the Earl of Albemarle, his sister, age variously stated as 24 and more and 25, is his heir through the death of his son. He held lands in Parva Fakenham, Suffolk, Freshwater manor, etc. in the Isle of Wight, Yorks - Harwode manor (full extent given with names of tenants in orig), including lands etc in the fields of Wetecrofth, Rugemund, Pulehale and Fites (?) services from the township of Lofthus, lands in Neuhale, and pannage, windfalls, etc. in the wood of Swindene; Plimpton castle, etc. Devon inc. lands held by Countess Amice, mother of the late earl Baldwin & Worthbrough, Stratton manor, etc. in Wilts.
     Kenneth C Rogers (1979). Lacock Abbey Charters. Devizes, Wiltshire.
Notification that, whereas there has arisen a difference about certain liberties in the Isle of Wight between Isabel de Forz countess of Aumale and Devon and the abbess of Lacok, at length, Isobel for her soul and that of her mother Amice, formerly countess of Devon, and her sister Margery, formerly a nun of Lacok, has granted to the abbess that she may have in future all the amercements of her men of her manor of Schorewell, which she had by gift of Amice, as often as they shall happen to be amerced in her (ie Isabel's) court of Neuport, and the abess shall levy the amercements by estreats which she shall receive in the court from Isabel's bailiffs, saving however, amercements arising in any way from trespasses done to her, her bailiffs and ministers by the abbess or her men. All the abbess's men of her manor of Schorewell shall come to the view of frankpledge or law-day (Lagheday) or hundred of Westmedine at Caresbrok twice a year before Isabel's bailiffs as touching the king's peace, and shall there make presentments and answers as others of the hundred do concerning all the articles which belong to the view of frankpledge according to the customs used in those parts. And if any of the men and tenants of the abbess ought to be punished for breaking the assize of bread and ale or for any other crime for which they merit judgment by the bailiffs and the consideration of the court, let judgment be carried out on them according to the law and custom of the realm. The abbess grants that if in future any writing should be found in her hands by which her tenants ought to be quit of or accustomed to leave Isabel's hundred which is called law-day (Lagheday) or view of frankpledge, or by which the abbess could hold a view of frankpledge for her men and tenants, then that writing shall be held for nothing as far as it concerns the matter of view of frankpledge, because by this writing the abbess has remised and quitclaimed her right or claim to hold it to Isabel for ever. Witnesses: Sir John of the Isle, Sir Jordan de Kynggeston, Sir Richard de Affeton, Sir Robert de Glamorgan, Sir William de Estur knights: Otes de Cumpton, Geoffrey del Idle, William de la Clive, William de Goddeshull


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     In 1279 the Countess of Aumarl was free tenant of Goring, Oxfordshire.
     Isabel died on 10 November 1293. Harewood was escheated to the Crown on her death. She died without living issue and was succeeded in part by her cousin Warin's son, Robert.
Isabel's heir was her kinsman Robert de L'Isle, Lord of Rougemont. An entry in the Originalia Roll for 1309 states that Robert de L'Isle - then long since dead - held the manor of Harewood of the King's father (i.e. Edward I) in chief, and that it was in the King's hand by reason of the minority of the heir. The difficulty that arose, owing to the claim of Hugh de Courtenay to the Redvers estates, gave the Crown the pretext for seizing them until Hugh came of age. Meanwhile, Warin le L'Isle, son of Robert, also died leaving his son Robert a minor. Eventually the estates were partitioned between the claimants and Harewood was among the manors allotted to Robert, son of Warin De L'Isle, as heir of the FitzGerald blood.
     In 1301, Hugh de Curteney, son and heir of Hugh de Curteney petitioned the King stating that while he was underage and in the King's wardship after his father's death, Isabel de Forz, Countess of Aumale and of Devon, whose heir he is, died. And the King gave him the lands that were his father's and some of the Countess' lands, but some of the Countess' lands he withheld and still withholds, namely the Isle of Wight and Christchurch in Hampshire, Vauxhall in Surrey and the honour of Walbrook in London, of which the King falsely claims to have been enfeoffed by the Countess. Hugh will suffer this at present, and asks the King to be advised and to do justice to him on another occasion when he understands better. But as for the manors of Breamore and Lymington in Hampshire, and Honiton in Devon, of which the Countess died seised in her demesne as in fee, have nothing to do with these other lands, Hugh asks that as he is of age and has done homage to the King, and as the King has no title to them, the King might give them to him as the Countess' next heir. He also asks that, as the Countess' next heir, he might have the manors of Upper Heyford and Nuneham Courtenay, Oxfordshire, Pishiobury and Sawbridgeworth in Essex, Harewood and Kirkby Overblow in Yorkshire, and the advowson of the church of Brigham in Cumberland, as the King has seized these lands only because of his minority. And he will be prepared to answer to all those who wish to claim right in them.
     Isabel de Fortibus, Countess of Albemarle & Devon, Lady de L'isle confirmed to the monks of Bolton 2 curacates of land in Weeton & Halthwaite, a gift confirmed by Edward II in 1307. Ditto, confirmed by Edw III (1327-77). She was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held on 13 March 1312. Isabel de Fortibus, sometime Countess of Albemarle. Writ to the escheator. Whereas before the justices of oyer and terminer it was agreed that, of the lands etc. that were of the said Isabel, the manor of Hayford Warin, co. Oxford, excepting 2 1/2 virgates land, and the manors of Passebury, co. Hertford, and Harwode & Kirkeby, co. York, excepting a messuage and 1 carucate land in Lofthous in Harewode, ought to descend to Robert de Insula, as her next heir of the inheritance of Margery, the wife of Baldwin de Vernoun, her grandmother; and that the manor of Newenham, co. Oxford, 2 1/2 virgates land in Hayford Warin, and a messuage and 1 carucate land in Lofthous, ought to descend to Hugh de Curtenay, as her next heir of the inheritance of the said Baldwin her grandfather; he is to enquire whether the advowson fo the church of Briggeham, co. Cumberland, which was of the said Isabel, pertains to the said Hugh or to the said Robert, 13 March, 5 Edw II.
Cumberland. Inq. Saturday 8 April, 5 Edw II.
Brigham. The advowson of the church is not of the inheritance of the said Baldwin nor of that of the said Margery, but one Thomas de Hothwayt who married Joan daughter of one of the heirs of John de Brigham, sometime lord of the manor and advowson of Brigha, and who, after the said Joan's death, held a moiety of the same by the courtesy of England, by fine levied before the justices of King Henry III, quitclaimed the said advowson to the said countess and heirs for ever; by reason whereof she was seised of the advowson at alternate turns, and Hugh de Curtenay who is her nearest kinsman on the side of her said grandfather, and not Robert de Insula, is her next heir of this advowson , because she thus acquired it, and by reason of the dignity of male blood
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Children of Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale and William de Fortibus Count of Aumale

John de Redvers

( - before 1263)
     John de Redvers was the son of Baldwin de Redvers Earl of Devon.
     John died before 1263 in France. He died in the lifetime of his father.

Mary de Redvers

     Mary de Redvers was born in Vernon, England. She was the daughter of William de Redvers (Earl of Devon & Albemarle?).
     Mary de Redvers married Robert de Courtney.

William de Redvers (Earl of Devon & Albemarle?)

( - 10 September 1217)
     William de Redvers (Earl of Devon & Albemarle?) was buried on 14 September 1216.
     William died on 10 September 1217.

Children of William de Redvers (Earl of Devon & Albemarle?)

Ann Reeby

(11 February 1827 - )
     Ann Reeby was also known as Ruby in records. She was christened on 11 February 1827 in Ermington, Devon. She was the daughter of Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane.
     Ann Reeby was recorded on the 1851 census in Dunston Farm, Yealmpton, Devon. Ann Ruby, house servant, at Dunstone Farm, unmarried, aged 24, born Ermington, servant to James Adams and family, farmer of 170 acres; 1877/267.

Ann Reeby

(24 August 1788 - )
     Ann Reeby was christened on 24 August 1788 in Ermington, Devon. She was the daughter of Nicholas Wakeham Reeby and Mary Lane.

Elizabeth Reeby

(16 December 1818 - )
     Elizabeth Reeby was also known as Ruby in records. She was born on 16 December 1818 in Ermington?, Devon. She was the daughter of Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane. Elizabeth Reeby was christened on 3 January 1819 in Holbeton, Devon. Elizabeth was living as a servant in the 1851 census in 31 Bedford Street, Plymouth, St Andrew, Devon.

Elizabeth Reeby

(20 March 1791 - )
     Elizabeth Reeby was also known as Ruby in records. She was christened on 20 March 1791 in Ermington, Devon. She was the daughter of Nicholas Wakeham Reeby and Mary Lane.
     Elizabeth Reeby married John Luscombe on 11 February 1814 in Ermington, Devon.

Fred Reeby

(circa 1868 - )
     Fred Reeby was born circa 1868 in Ermington, Devon. He was the son of John Lane Reeby and Agnes Eliza Lapthorn. George, Robert and Fred were listed as the children of John Lane Reeby in the 1881 census in Ermington, Devon.

George Reeby

(circa 1864 - )
     George Reeby was born circa 1864 in Ermington, Devon. He was the son of John Lane Reeby and Agnes Eliza Lapthorn. George, Robert and Fred were listed as the children of John Lane Reeby in the 1881 census in Ermington, Devon.

Jane Reeby

(25 December 1821 - )
     Jane Reeby was christened on 25 December 1821 in Ermington, Devon. She was the daughter of Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane. Nicholas, John and Jane were listed as the children of Nicholas Reeby in the 1851 census in Western Lodge?, Holbeton, Devon.

John Lane Reeby

(6 June 1824 - )
     John Lane Reeby was also known as Ruby (of Ermington) in records. He was christened on 6 June 1824 in Ermington, Devon. He was the son of Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane. Nicholas, John and Jane were listed as the children of Nicholas Reeby in the 1851 census in Western Lodge?, Holbeton, Devon.
     John Lane Reeby married Agnes Eliza Lapthorn on 24 December 1854 in St Charles the Martyr, Plymouth, Devon.
     John Lane Reeby and Agnes Eliza Lapthorn appeared on the 1881 census in Ermington, Devon. John Ruby, aged 56, married, born Ermington, head, wall mason with his wife Agnes E Ruby, aged 49 born Ermington and their sons George 18, farm labourer, Fred 12 scholar & Robert 10 scholar, all born at Ermington and three boarders.
     John Lane Reeby and Agnes Eliza Lapthorn appeared on the 1891 census in Thorn Cottage, Ermington, Devon. John Reeby/Ruby, head, 67, mason, his wife Agnes E, 59, children William H, 25, general labourer, and grandson Nicholas J Smale, 12, school boy, all born at Ermington.
     John Lane Reeby appeared on the 1901 census in Well? St, Ermington, Devon. John Ruby, head, 46, general labourer, born Ermington, his wife Mary Ann, 42, monthly nurse ...., born Devonport, Alice Maud, daughter 18, brickmaker, born Stonehouse, Lilian M G, daughter 10, born Plymouth.

Children of John Lane Reeby and Agnes Eliza Lapthorn

Mary Reeby

(14 July 1816 - )
     Mary Reeby was christened on 14 July 1816 in Ermington, Devon. She was the daughter of Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane.

Mary Reeby

(10 February 1786 - )
     Mary Reeby was christened on 10 February 1786 in Ermington, Devon. She was the daughter of Nicholas Wakeham Reeby and Mary Lane.

Nicholas Reeby

(16 July 1783 - )
     Nicholas Reeby was also known as Ruby (of Ermington) in records. He was born on 16 July 1783 in Ermington, Devon. He was the son of Nicholas Wakeham Reeby and Mary Lane.
     Nicholas Reeby married Mary Lane circa 2 April 1813 in Ermington, Devon.
     Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane were recorded on the 1851 census in Western Lodge?, Holbeton, Devon. Nicholas Reeby, head, 67, ag. lab., born Holbeton, Mary his wife aged 63, born Brent, Devon, sons Nicholas 37, unmarried, ag. lab., John 27, ditto, Jane daughter, 29, unmarried, house servant, all born Ermington; Elizabeth Ann Reeby, grand daughter, 3, pauper, born Plymouth.

Children of Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane

Nicholas Reeby

(5 June 1814 - )
     Nicholas Reeby was christened on 5 June 1814 in Ermington, Devon. He was the son of Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane. Nicholas, John and Jane were listed as the children of Nicholas Reeby in the 1851 census in Western Lodge?, Holbeton, Devon.

Nicholas Wakeham Reeby

     Nicholas Wakeham Reeby was also known as Ruby (of Ermington) in records.
     Nicholas Wakeham Reeby married Mary Lane circa 4 June 1781 in Ermington, Devon. His family name was somtimes transcribed as Ruby. They may have had a common origin.

Children of Nicholas Wakeham Reeby and Mary Lane

Robert Reeby

(circa 1870 - )
     Robert Reeby was born circa 1870 in Ermington, Devon. He was the son of John Lane Reeby and Agnes Eliza Lapthorn. George, Robert and Fred were listed as the children of John Lane Reeby in the 1881 census in Ermington, Devon.

Sarah Reeby

(24 November 1793 - )
     Sarah Reeby was christened on 24 November 1793 in Ermington, Devon. She was the daughter of Nicholas Wakeham Reeby and Mary Lane.
     Sarah Reeby married Andrew Cornish on 26 June 1811 in Holbeton, Devon.

William Reeby

(30 December 1832 - )
     William Reeby was christened on 30 December 1832 in Holbeton, Devon. He was the son of Nicholas Reeby and Mary Lane.

Doreen Reed

(12 November 1919 - August 2005)
     Doreen Reed was born on 12 November 1919 in England.
     Doreen Reed married George Edward Desmond Crosby Halahan, son of Captain George Crosby Halahan and Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle, on 1 August 1941.
     Doreen Reed and George Edward Desmond Crosby Halahan lived at 'Sinton Court', Sinton Green, Hallow?, Worcestershire, 1974.
     Doreen died in August 2005 in Worcester RD, Worcestershire, aged 85.

Mary Reed

     Mary Reed married Henry Putland, son of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade, on 30 July 1770 in All Saints, Lewes, Sussex.

Children of Mary Reed and Henry Putland

Mary Anne Reed

(circa 1842 - before 1 May 1920)
     Mary Anne Reed was born circa 1842 in Woolwich, Kent.
     Mary Anne Reed married William Halliday, son of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers, on 3 May 1909 in Bexley Heath, Kent. William Halliday, widower, navy pensioner & Mary Anne Reed, widow, both of full age and of Standen Rd. He was the son of Edward Halliday, deceased, rep-maker and she was the daughter of James Reed, deceased, shipwright. Both signed in the presence of Arthur Hudson Reed and Annie E Reed.
     Mary Anne Reed and William Halliday appeared on the 1911 census in 2 Exeter Cottages, Standard Rd, Bexley Heath, Kent. William Halliday aged 78, born Woolwich, Kent, naval pensioner with wife Mary Anne Halliday, aged 69, married 1 year, born Woolwich, Kent.
     Mary died before 1 May 1920 in Bexley Heath, Kent. She was buried on 1 May 1920 in Bexley Heath. Mary Ann Halliday, of Ivy Cottages, Alens? Rd, Bexley Heath, aged 78.

Ann Reeman

(circa 1793 - before 19 September 1868)
     Ann Reeman was born circa 1793 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Ann Reeman married George Cocksedge, son of George Cocksedge and Elizabeth Jackson?, on 9 April 1818 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Ann Reeman and George Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Old Hall Green, Cockfield. George, ag. labourer, born Stanningfield & his wife Ann born Cockfield, both 58, with their son George 15 born Cockfield.
     Ann Reeman appeared on the 1861 census in Cockfield. Ann Cocksedge, widow, aged 66, born Cockfield, with her 7 year old grandson John, born Southampton.
     Ann died before 19 September 1868 in Cockfield, Suffolk. She was buried on 19 September 1868 in St Peter, Cockfield.

Children of Ann Reeman and George Cocksedge

Ashley Pegler Rees

(4 May 1880 - 27 February 1938)
     Ashley Pegler Rees was born on 4 May 1880.
     Ashley Pegler Rees married secondly Mary Dorothea Harriet Halahan in 1926 in Victoria. He had previously been married to Adelilne and had a son Royce Ashley Rees. He married and divorced Barbara.
The South Bourke and Mornington Journal Thu 6 Jan 1927 reported: REES—HALAHAN. Avery pretty and quiet wedding
was celebrated at the Church of Ascension, Springvale, by the Rev. C. W. Meredith, on the morning of Boxing Day. The Church was nicely decorated with beautiful .. flowers, and
Mrs. A. Ericksen ably officiated at the organ. The parties were Miss Mary D. H., daughter of Mr. G Halahan, and Mr. A. P. Rees, son of the. late J. Rees and Mrs. Rees, of Adelaide.
'The bride was given away by her father, and was becomingly dressed in white. She also wore a beautiful veil, lent by Miss Hayman, of Dandenong. The bridesmaids were Misses Halahan and Joan Collins, cousins of the bride, who were daintly dressed in pink with bouquets to match. The best man was Mr. Jack Halahan (brother), and S. H. Halahan (cousin)
was groomsman. Mr and Mrs, Halahan left Melbourne'on Tuesday, 28th ult., for their new home at Caliph, South Australia.

     Ashley died on 27 February 1938 in Edenhope, aged 57.

Children of Ashley Pegler Rees and Mary Dorothea Harriet Halahan

Graham Rees

(before 1931 - before 1931)
     Graham died before 1931. He was born before 1931. He was the son of Ashley Pegler Rees and Mary Dorothea Harriet Halahan.

Mardy Delysia Rees

(18 May 1931 - 2 February 2002)
     Mardy Delysia Rees was born on 18 May 1931. She was the daughter of Ashley Pegler Rees and Mary Dorothea Harriet Halahan.
     Mardy Delysia Rees married Harold Reginald Marks on 14 February 1952.
     Mardy died on 2 February 2002 aged 70.

Edward Reeve

( - before 1810)
     Edward Reeve was the son of Dr Thomas Reeve and Mary Gilbert.
     Edward Reeve married Frances Elizabeth Reynardson.
     Edward died before 1810.