Mary Ellen Tynan

(5 March 1866 - )
     Mary Ellen Tynan was born on 5 March 1866 in Tullamore, Kilbride, Offaly, Ireland. She was the daughter of John Tynan and Mary Handy.

Ann Tyngle

(say 1575 - )
     Ann Tyngle was born say 1575.
     Ann Tyngle married Edmund Senior on 15 July 1593 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.

Children of Ann Tyngle and Edmund Senior

Mary Tyrrell

(1854 - 1925)
     Mary Tyrrell married James Laurence Whitty, son of Mark Whitty and Catherine Meylor. Mary Tyrrell was born in 1854.
     Mary died in 1925.

Children of Mary Tyrrell and James Laurence Whitty

Michael Alan Tyrrell

(11 October 1911 - March 1986)
     Michael Alan Tyrrell was born on 11 October 1911 in Talbot, Victoria, Australia. He was the son of MIchael Robert Tyrrell of Wooreen..
     Michael died in March 1986 aged 74.

Unknown Ulick

     Unknown Ulick married Martin Armstrong, son of Edmund Armstrong and Isabella Armstrong.

Children of Unknown Ulick and Martin Armstrong

Ellen Ullyart

(circa 1884 - 1953)
     Ellen Ullyart was born circa 1884.
     Ellen Ullyart married Michael L Stancer, son of Henry Stancer and Mary Jane Ullyart, in 1902 in Register Office, Sculcoates, Yorkshire.
     Ellen died in 1953 in Paragon SD, Yorkshire.

Mary Jane Ullyart

(circa 1842 - September 1898?)
     Mary Jane Ullyart was born circa 1842 in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.
     Mary Jane Ullyart married Henry Stancer, son of John Stancer and Mary Withernwick, before 30 March 1869 in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.
     Mary Jane Ullyart and Henry Stancer appeared on the 1871 census in 6 Dickensons Place, Sculcoates, Yorkshire. Henry Stancer, head, 29, ship carpenter, born Hull; his wife Mary J, aged 29, born Hull and son Geroge H, aged 2, born Hull.
     Mary Jane Ullyart appeared on the 1881 census in 11 Derby St, Sculcoates, Yorkshire. Mary Jane Stanser, married, 39 born Hull, George H, son, 11, scholar; John Wm 9, son, scholar, Frederick 7, son, scholar, Michael L, 4, son - all born at Hull; Michael Layden boarder aged 49, Edwin Ullyart, lodger aged 28.
     Mary's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1898? In West Sculcoates SD, Yorkshire.

Children of Mary Jane Ullyart and Henry Stancer

Agnes de Umfraville (Haggerston)

(between 1391 and 1398 - )
     She married Sir Thomas Haggerston, of Haggerston. Agnes de Umfraville (Haggerston) was born between 1391 and 1398 in Harbottle, Northumberland, England. She was described as aged 22, wife of Thomas Hagirston, on 18 June 1421, but aged 46 in April 1437!. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas de Umfreville and Agnes Mallory (Gray).

Elizabeth de Umfraville (Elmeden)

(after 18 June 1390 - 23 November 1424)
     Elizabeth de Umfraville (Elmeden) was born after 18 June 1390 in Harbottle, Northumberland, England. She was aged 30, wife of William Elmeden, kt. in June 1421. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas de Umfreville and Agnes Mallory (Gray).
     Elizabeth died on 23 November 1424. 3 Hen VI (1450?). She left 4 daughters: Agnes (Claxton), Elizabeth (Dalton), Isabel (Tempest) and Joan (Forster).

Gilbert de Umfraville

     Gilbert de Umfraville was the son of Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus and Elizabeth Comyn.

Gilbert de Umfraville

     Gilbert died. He left no issue.. He was the son of Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus and Joan Willoughby.

Gilbert de Umfraville

( - 1244)
     Gilbert de Umfraville was the son of Richard de Umfraville and Maud, Countess of Angus.
     He succeeded to the barony of Prudhoe, and doing homage, 2 Henry III and paying £100, for his relief, had livery of his lands. In the 13th of the same reign he was one of the northern barons appointed by the king to be at Berwick upon Tweed upon Sunday before Mid-Lent, to attend Alexander of Scotland, thence to York, where the English monarch met the Scottish king, and to a charter between the two princes the name of Gilbert de Umfreville is affixed as a witness.
     Gilbert de Umfraville lived at Prudhoe, Northumberland.
     Gilbert died in 1244. He died 29 Henry III, according to Matthew Paris "a famous baron, guardian and chief flower of the north'.

Child of Gilbert de Umfraville

Gilbert de Umfraville

     Gilbert de Umfraville was the son of Robert de Umfraville Baron of Prudhoe.
     Gilbert de Umfraville married Maud, Countess of Angus,, daughter of Malcolm, Earl of Angus,.

Child of Gilbert de Umfraville

Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus

(circa 1310 - 7 January 1380/81)
     Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus married Joan Willoughby. They had no issue..
     Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus married secondly Maud Lucy. Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus was born circa 1310. His elder brother Gilbert died in infancy in 1302. He was the son of Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus and Lucy de Kyme.
     Oct. 3, 1331: The king commands Roger Mauduyt to deliver to Gilbert de Umfraville son and heir of Robert de Umfraville, late earl of Angus, the dower lands of Elizabeth the said Robert's mother in Roger's custody by the late king's commission), with their issues since 6th July last, on which day the king had taken Gilbert's homage though he had not proved his age, and commanded his escheator ultra Trent to give him seisin of his father's and grandmother's lands. Westminster.
     Summoned to Parliament as third earl of Angus from 27 January 1332 to 26 August 1380. He acquired great reputation in the Scottish wards, and was a chief commander at the battle of Durham, 20 Edw III, where David Brus was totally defeated, and made prisoner of the English.
The earl, on the demise, issueless of William de Kyme, became possessed of the manors of Sotby, Stalynburgh, Kesyll and Paddockthorp in the county of York, and of Kyme, Ersewardby, Methringham, Barumburgh, Culseby, Elkynton, Joyngham and other estates in Lincolnshire. He was succeeded by his niece Alionar, wif of Henry Talboys, his heir of the whole blook, and Thomas Umfraville, his brother of the half blood, his next mail heir, but none of the family were ever subsequently summoned to Parliament
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     Gilbert died on 7 January 1380/81 in Newminster, Northumberland. 1380 York - Gilbert de Umfraville, earl of Angas, Writ 14 Jan Rich II (1380) - Hornyngton - A messuage & 2 bovates of land in the hands of tenants at will rendering 18 sh yearly, held of William de Rythere by knights service. He died 6 Jan last, Eleanor Talboys, aged 40 years & more, is his kinswoman and heir, to write, daughter of Elizabeth de Burdon, his sister. [Inquisitions P.M. v.15 Rich 1-7].. He was buried in Newminster.

Child of Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus and Maud Lucy

Children of Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus and Joan Willoughby

Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus

(circa 1237 - before 13 October 1307)
     Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus was also known as Umfreville in records. He was born circa 1237. He was the son of Gilbert de Umfraville.
     He was a knight and Earl of Angus in Scotland, of the castle of Prudhoe, liberty of Redesdale (including the castle of Harbottle and manor of Otterburn), etc., Northumberland, Hambleton and Market Overton, Rutland, etc., son and heir of Gilbert de Umfreville, of Prudhoe, Northumberland, by Maud, Countess of Angus, daughter and heiress of Malcolm, Earl of Angus. He was born about 1244, and was a ward of Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester.
     He was seven years old at his father's decease, whose guardianship was committed to Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, in consideraton of one thousand marks paid to the King. This feudal lord attained majority in the 43 Henry III, and in 6 years afterwards we find him in arms with the barons, but he made his peace before the battle of Evesham, and obatind then some immunities from the Crown. In the 20th of Edward I, he was governor of the castles of Dundee and Forfar, and the whole territory of Angus, in Scotland, and appears to have borne the title of Earl of Angus, in right of his wife, Elizabeth, daughter & heiress of John Comyn, Earl of Angus. He was summoned to Parliament however, subsedquently 24 June 1295, as Baron Umfrevill only, but in the 25th of Edw I, and from that period to the ist of Edw II, he had summons as 'Gilberto de Unfrevill, Comiti de Angos'. This title the English lawyers refused to acknowledge (Angus not being within the kingdom of England), until he had oenly produced the king's writ in public court, by which he was called to parliament as Earl of Angus. HIs lordship was highly instrumental in fortifying the castles and strongholds in Scotland, ans was the only man who refused to surrender the fortresses in his custody to the enemy. .
     In 1263 the king ordered that Sheriff of Northumberland take the barony of Umfreville, then in the hands of Gilbert de Umfreville, ward of Simon de Montfort, into the king’s hands.
     In 1265 he joined the rising of the Barons against the King. Before the Battle of Evesham in 1265, he made his peace with the king, and remained loyal afterwards. He fought in Wales 1277, 1282, 1283, in Gascony in 1294, and was actively employed in the Scottish Wars of King Edward I.
     Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus married Elizabeth Comyn, daughter of Alexander Comyn Earl of Buchan and Elizabeth de Quinci/Quincy.
     In 1281 he was one of the nobles who swore to ratify the marriage of Margaret of Scotland with Eric, King of Norway. He was summoned to Parliament in 1295 and 1296, by writs directed Gilberto de Umframvill’, whereby he may be held to have become Lord Umfreville, and 28 June 1283 and 6 Feb 1298/9 to 26 August 1307, by writs directed Gilberto de Umframvill’ (or Unfranvill’) comiti de Anegos.
     In 1291 he was Governor of Dundee and Forfar Castles and the whole territory of Angus in Scotland, which he refused to surrender to England, unless under an indemnity from the King and from all the competitors to the Scottish Crown. The same year he did homage to King Edward I of England as overlord of Scotland.
     He fought at the Battle of Falkirk 22 July 1298.
     Gilbert died before 13 October 1307. He was buried on 13 October 1307 in Hexham Priory.

Children of Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus and Elizabeth Comyn

Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Kyme

(18 October 1390 - 22 March 1420/21)
     Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Kyme was born on 18 October 1390 in Harbottle, Northumberland. He was the son of Sir Thomas de Umfreville and Agnes Mallory (Gray).
     He married Anne, daughter of Ralph Nevill, Earl of Westmorland, but died without issue.
     Gilbert died on 22 March 1420/21 in Anjoue, France, aged 30. He was slain at Bougie/Beaugy Bridge with the Duke of Clarence.
His Inq PMs states that he died on 22 March last. Elizabeth wife of William Elmedon, knight , aged 30 years, Maud wife of William Rither junior, knight , aged 28 years, Joan wife of Thomas Lamberd, knight , aged 26 years, Margaret widow of William Lodyngton , aged 24 years, and Agnes wife of Thomas Hagirston , aged 22 years, are his sisters and next heirs.
     Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Kyme was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held on 18 June 1421 GILBERT UMFREVILL, Knight. 831 Writ 18 April 1421. [Wymbyssh].
Yorkshire. Inquisition. Hessle. 18 June. [Barton].
Jurors: Richard Santon of North Cave ; Thomas Waldby of Willerby ; Richard Crosse of North Cave or South Cave ; John Graungesby of the same; John Withornwyk of Drewton ; Peter atte Well of Anlaby ; Robert Fraunkleyn of Market Weighton or Little Weighton ; Richard Weton of Sancton ; William Santon of the same; William Foughill of North Cave or South Cave ; William atte Well of Anlaby ; Peter Ligeard of Swanland ; and John Wade of North Ferriby .
He held no lands or tenements in demesne or by service of the king in chief or of others because by his charter, shown to the jurors, sealed with a seal bearing his arms and dated at Hessle 19 Aug. 1412, as Gilbert de Umfremvile son and heir of Thomas de Umframvile, knight , he gave to John Heron, knight , John Skipwith , Thomas Carvica, clerk , John Haliwell, clerk , John Stretton, clerk , Thomas Claymounde and John de Knaresburgh his manor of Hessle with passage of the Humber, annual value £30 and held of the countess of Kent of her manor of Cottingham for 2s. 3d. yearly. John Heron, knight , John Skipwith , Thomas Carvica, clerk , John Haliwell, clerk , and John de Knaresburgh died and John Stretton and Thomas Claymounde are still seised.
He died on 22 March last. Elizabeth wife of William Elmedon, knight , aged 30 years, Maud wife of William Rither junior, knight , aged 28 years, Joan wife of Thomas Lamberd, knight , aged 26 years, Margaret widow of William Lodyngton , aged 24 years, and Agnes wife of Thomas Hagirston , aged 22 years, are his sisters and next heirs.
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832 Writ 18 April 1421. [Gaunstede].
Lincolnshire. Inquisition. Sleaford. 9 June. [Feryby].
Jurors: John de Walcote of Walcot ; John Spanby of Spanby ; John Hoode of Osbournby ; Richard Harby of Evedon ; William Ledbeter of Sleaford ; William Kyng of the same; Robert Helyngton of the same; Nicholas Mason of Metheringham ; Andrew Wyrom of Old Sleaford ; William Wright of Aswardby ; Robert Croft of Croft; and Simon Basilson of ‘Thorp’.
He held no lands or tenements in demesne or by service of the king in chief or of others because by his charter dated at Kyme 6 Sept. 1412, sealed with a seal bearing his arms and shown to the jurors, as Gilbert de Umframvile son and heir of Thomas de Umframvill, knight , he gave to the feoffees named in 831 the manors of Kyme, Aswarby, Thorpe St. Peter, Croft, 1/4 site of the manor of Calceby, 3 1/2 knight's fees, 80 messuages, 6 bovates, 100 a. meadow, 200 a. marsh, £50 rent and a rent of 50 qr. salt in Calceby, Friskney, Wainfleet All Saints, Irby, Bratoft and Winthorpe. By another charter dated at Metheringham 6 Sept. 1412, also sealed with a seal of his arms and shown to the jurors, he granted to the same feoffees the manors of Metheringham, Baumber and South Elkington and they were seised until 20 Aug. 1415 when John Heron, knight , William Lodyngton , Thomas Cleymond and John Knaresburgh quitclaimed to John Halywell and John Stretton , Thomas Carvica being dead. By their charter dated 27 Aug. 1415, shown to the jurors, Halywell and Stretton enfeoffed John Nevill, knight , son of Ralph Nevill, earl of Westmorland , John Heron, knight , William Lodyngton , John Leventhorp, esquire , John Southam, clerk , John Flete , Thomas Cleymond , John Hampstirley and John Knaresburgh in the manors of Kyme, Aswarby, Croft, Thorpe St. Peter, 1/4 site of the manor of Calceby, 3 1/2 knight's fees, 80 messuages, 6 bovates, 100 a. meadow, 200 a. marsh, £50 rent and a rent of 50 qr. salt in Calceby, Friskney, Wainfleet All Saints, Irby, Bratoft and Winthorpe. By another charter dated at Metheringham 27 Aug. 1415 and shown to the jurors, John Halywell, clerk , and John Stretton, clerk , enfeoffed the same feoffees in the manors of Metheringham, Baumber and South Elkington. All the feoffees have died except John Leventhorp , John Southam and Thomas Cleymond , who remain seised. The manors of Kyme, Aswarby and Croft are held of Lady Beaumont by knight service. Annual values: Kyme £40; Aswarby £20; Croft £100. The manor of Thorpe St. Peter is held of the the king of his duchy of Lancaster of the honor of Bolingbroke by knight service, annual value £20. The 3 1/2 knight's fees, 80 messuages, 6 bovates, 100 a. meadow, 200 a. marsh, £50 rent and a rent of 50 qr. salt in Calceby, Friskney, Wainfleet All Saints, Irby, Bratoft [and Winthorpe] and 1/4 site of the manor of Calceby are held of the king of his duchy of Lancaster of his manor of Belchford , service unknown, annual value £60. The manor of Metheringham is held of the king of the honor of Chester by knight service, annual value 20 marks. The manor of Baumber is held of Lady Beaumont by knight service, annual value 20 marks. The manor of South Elkington is held of the earl of Northumberland by knight service, annual value 20 marks.
Date of death and heirs as in 831.
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833 Writ 18 April 1421. [Gaunstede].
Northumberland. Inquisition. Newcastle upon Tyne castle. 26 June. [Serfe].
Jurors: William Carnaby ; John Fenwyk ; John Lysle ; Robert Musgraue ; Robert Corbet ; John Wotton ; John Hogeson of Trewick ; John Heron ; Thomas Rede ; William Laweson ; William Carre ; and John Wytton of Witton .
He held in tail male the castle of Harbottle and manor of Otterburn according to the form of a fine, shown to the jurors, made with the king's licence [15 Feb. 1378: CPR 1377-81, pp. 122, 134] East. three weeks 1378 [CP 25/1/181/14, no. 3] by which Gilbert de Umframvill, earl of Angus , acknowledged them to be the right of John Haburgh, clerk , and John de Pykeworth, clerk , as those which they had of his gift, and they granted and rendered them to him in the same court to hold to him and the heirs of his body of the king for the services due, with successive reversions, all in tail male: to his brothers Robert de Umframvill, knight , and Thomas de Umframvill ; to Thomas de Umfravill son of Joan daughter of Adam de Rodom ; and to that Thomas's brother Robert de Umfravill ; remainder to the earl's right heirs. [The apparent contradictions in the Umfrevill genealogy are explained by Complete Peerage, i. 151 and note c, where it is suggested that the issue of the earl's brother Thomas by Joan de Rodom may have been illegitimate.] The earl and his brother Robert died without issue. After Robert's death his brother Thomas was seised and had issue Thomas, father of Gilbert named in the writ. Thomas brother of Robert and Thomas's son Gilbert also died without male issue and the jurors say that the castle and manor ought to revert to Joan's son Robert de Umframvill . Gilbert Dumframvill, earl of Angus and lord of Kyme , by his charter shown to the jurors dated at Kyme 1 March 1378 gave to Henry Asty , John de Haburgh, clerk , Thomas de Horslee senior and Richard de Ovyngham, clerk , 4 cottages and 10 husbandlands with his bondmen and their families in Alwinton, 4 cottages and 40 a. arable in Biddlestone, 100 a. arable in Burradon, 2 cottages and 20 a. arable in Sharperton, 80 a. arable in Farnham, 4 cottages and 30 a. arable in Ingram, 6 cottages and 6 husbandlands in Netherton, 24 a. arable in Clennell, 5 cottages and 60 a. arable in Rothley and £5 rent yearly from the free tenants in those townships. By an indenture dated at Kyme 26 July 1380 the feoffees granted them to Thomas de Umfremvill senior , brother of Robert brother of the earl, in tail male. Thomas senior died without male issue and the lands reverted to [his son] Thomas Dumframvill son of Joan daughter of Adam de Rodom in tail male with successive remainders to Robert Dumframvill son of Joan and the right heirs of Gilbert Dumframvill, earl of Angus and lord of Kyme . The succession given above is repeated. The castle of Harbottle and manor of Otterburn are held of the king in chief by knight service, annual value only 20 marks because of destruction by the Scots. All the other lands are held immediately of Henry Percy, earl of Northumberland , of the barony of Alnwick for 4 marks yearly, annual value only 10 marks for the same reason. He held the manor of Fawns and 40s. rent in West Whelpington, a tenement and 40 a. arable in Kirkwhelpington, a tenement and 40 a. arable in Ingoe of John, duke of Bedford , of his barony of Ovingham for 5s. yearly at the feasts of St. Cuthbert in March and Sept. in equal portions. Annual values: the manor of Fawns only 40s. for the reason given above; the tenement and 40 a. in Kirkwhelpington, 5s; the tenement and 40 a. in Ingoe, 5s.
Date of death and heirs as in 831.
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     Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Kyme was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Durham, on 26 May 1423 Elizabeth wife of William Elmeden, Matilda wife of William Rither, Johanna wife of Thomas Lambert, Margaret wife of John Constable and Agnes wife of Thomas Hagireton, all aged 20, are his sisters and next heirs. Holmset, vill of. Hamwelburn, land and tenements called Whetle, manor of.
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Joan de Umfraville (Lambert)

(between 1389 and 1395 - )
     She married Sir Thomas Lambert, kt and had a son William Lambert. Joan de Umfraville (Lambert) was born between 1389 and 1395 in Harbottle, Northumberland, England. She was aged 26, wife of Thomas Lamberd, kt. on 18 June 1421, but aged 48 in April 1437!. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas de Umfreville and Agnes Mallory (Gray).

John de Umfraville

( - between 1311 and 1322)
     John de Umfraville married Alice de Lanherne in 1285/86. Alice remarried in 1285-6 to John de Umfraville and consequently Alice's inheritance did not revert to the Arundells until after her death, in 1302 x 1311, and that of her second husband, in 1311 x 1322.
     John died between 1311 and 1322.

Margaret de Umfraville (Lodington) (Constable)

(between 1390 and 1396 - 23 October 1443)
     Margaret de Umfraville (Lodington) (Constable) was born between 1390 and 1396 in Harbottle, Northumberland. She was described as aged 24, late wife of Willliam Lodyington on 18 June 1421 but in her uncle's IPM in April 1437 she was described as aged 47!. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas de Umfreville and Agnes Mallory (Gray).
     She married secondly Sir John Constable of Halsham in Holderness and had a son John and three daughters. See Testamena Ebor. (Surtees Society v.30) for details..
     Margaret died on 23 October 1443.

Margery or Margaret de Umfraville

     Margery or Margaret de Umfraville was born. She was the daughter of Odinel de Umfreville, of urdhoe, Northumberland by Alice, daughter of Richard de Lucy,Kt of Chipinng Ongar, Essex. She died 20 Sep but year unknown.
     Margery or Margaret de Umfraville married William D'Aubigne (de Belvoir), son of William D'Aubigne and Maude de St Liz, after 1168.

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

Matilda de Umfraville

(before 1180 - )
     Matilda de Umfraville was born before 1180. She married William de Albini.. She was the daughter of ODonel de Umfraville.

ODonel de Umfraville

( - 1182)
     ODonel de Umfraville was the son of Robert de Umfraville.
     He held by feudal tenure the castle of Prudhoe, with those of Otterbourne,Harbottle and Riddesdale, all in the county of Northumberland. He opposed the Scotch invasion under Duncan, and wa in the battle wherein the Scottish king was taken prisoner. Of this baron of the monks of Tynemouth grievously complained temp. Henry II, for his exactions upon his neighbours twoards repairing the roof of the castle of Prudhoe..
     ODonel died in 1182.

Children of ODonel de Umfraville

Richard de Umfraville

( - 1226)
     Richard de Umfraville was born in Prudhoe, Northumberland. He was the son of Gilbert de Umfraville.
     This feudal lord appears in the 7th Richard II to have pledged his lands of Turnay to Aaron, a Jew, for the sum of £22/6/0 which he then owed the Israelite. In the 5th of King John, his lordship obtained the right of preventing all persons from grazing, hunting or cutting down timber, in the forest of Riddesdale; and in the nine years afterwards, the times being then turbulent, he delivered up his four sons in hostage, with his castle of Prudhoe, as guarantee of his loyalty; notwithstanding which, so soon as the barons took up arms, he appeared amongst them, when his lands were seized, and granted to Hugh de Baliol. In the reign of Henry III however, he made his peace, and had restitution of the casle of Prudhoe.
He possibly married Sybil de Torrington..
     Richard died in 1226.

Child of Richard de Umfraville and Maud, Countess of Angus,

Robert de Umfraville

( - 29 January 1436/37)
     Robert de Umfraville was the son of Thomas de Umfreville and Joan Roddam.
     Robert died on 29 January 1436/37. He was a Knight of the Garter, sheriff of Northumberland, and Vice Admiral of England. He died 15 Henry VI, siesed of Harbottle Castle, leaving a son William. The line continued through him. He was buried in Newminster, Northumberland.
     Robert de Umfraville was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Pontefract, Yorkshire, on 5 May 1437 Jurors: William Everyngham ; William Flemmyng ; William Wheteley ; William Midilton ; Richard Hamerton ; Thomas Wentworth ; William Clapham ; Nicholas Clapham ; Nicholas Wrotley ; Robert Boteler ; John Roberd ; and Bernard Ward .
He was seised of the following for life by grant of Walter Tailbois, knight , who then held the manor, by an indented charter, one part of which, with Robert’s seal, was shown to the jurors.
Pallathorpe, £4 annual rent from the manor, payable at Martinmas and Pentecost equally, with a clause of distraint in the same manor for non-payment.
Date of death and heirs as 696.
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698 Writ. ‡ 10 February 1437. [Wymbyssh].
NORTHUMBERLAND. Inquisition. Newcastle upon Tyne, the castle. 15 April 1437. [Rodes].
Jurors: William Hardyng ; John Heron ; William Heron ; Robert Elryngton ; Thomas Reyde ; William Buticom ; John Reyde ; Richard Cuttour ; Thomas Lyghton ; Robert Newton ; Robert Fenwyk ; Robert Langwath ; and John Elyson .
He held the following castle and manor to him and the heirs male of his body by a fine levied three weeks from Easter 1378 [CP 25/1/181/14, no. 3], between Gilbert Umfravile, earl of Angus , querent , and John de Haburgh, clerk , and John de Pykeworth, clerk, deforciants . By this fine the earl recognised that the castle and manor belonged by right to John and John, as that which they had by his grant. They granted him the castle and manor to him and the heirs of his body, to hold of the king and his heirs by due service, successive remainders to the following and the heirs male of their bodies, to hold as above: Robert de Umfravile, chevalier, the late earl’s brother; Thomas Umfravile , Robert’s brother; Thomas Umfravile , son of Joan, daughter of Adam de Rodom ; Robert Umfravile , son of the same Joan; with a final remainder to the late earl’s right heirs. By virtue of this fine the late earl was seised of the castle and manor in demesne as of fee tail and he died thus seised without heir of his body. After his death, and because Robert de Umfravile, chevalier , his brother, died before the earl, without an heir male of his body, Thomas Umfravile was seised of the castle and manor by virtue of the remainder. He died thus seised without heir male of his body. After his death, Thomas Umfravile , son of Joan, daughter of Adam de Rodom , was seised by virtue of the remainder. He had issue, Gilbert, and died thus seised. Afterwards, Gilbert was seised as his son and heir male and by virtue of the fine. Gilbert died thus seised without an heir male of his body, and after his death Robert Umfravile , son of Joan, who is the Robert Umfravile named in the writ, was seised by virtue of the remainder. He died thus seised without heir male of his body. After his death by virtue of the fine the castle and manor should remain to Walter Tailboys , aged 40 years and more, kin and heir of the late earl, viz., son of Walter Tailboys , son of Eleanor, daughter of Elizabeth, sister of the late earl.
Harbottle, the castle, and Otterburn, the manor, held of the king as 1/4 knight’s fee. The castle is worth nothing yearly. In the manor, there is a manorial site, with a hall, 3 chambers, a chapel, 3 stables, a cook-house and a buttery in a tower, worth nothing yearly; 200 messuages and 200 tofts, worth nothing yearly because they cannot be demised at farm because of the war which existed between the kingdom of England and the Scots at the time of his death, which is still continuing; 20 cottages, worth nothing yearly because of the war, as above; 1,000 a. arable, likewise worth nothing yearly because it cannot be demised to farm because of the war; 300 a. wood, worth nothing yearly, as above; 2,000 a. meadow, worth nothing yearly because of the war, as above; various pastures, viz., Redeshed, containing 200 a., Lumsdon Law, containing 500 a., Ramshope, containing 500 a., Spithope, containing 1,000 a., Cottonshope, containing 2,000 a., Akensyd, containing 300 a., Burdhope, containing 2,000 a., Thillez, containing 2000 a., Kellyburn, containing 5,000 a., Earlside, containing 3,000 a., two pastures lying together called Chattlehope and Bateinghope, containing 5,000 a., three pastures called Ridlees, Wilkwood and Wharmore, containing 6,000 a., Dudlees, containing 100 a., all in the march of Scotland, which cannot be demised at farm because of the war, as above, worth nothing yearly; 119s. 8 1/2d., 9lb pepper and 9lb cumin, in peacetime, from various free tenants holding tenements from the lord of the manor in the march of England near Scotland, payable at the two feasts of St Cuthbert equally, but rendering nothing since his death because of the war, as above, except their aid with their lord in custody of the valley of Redesdale, where the said castle and manor are located, against wolves and thieves; advowson of the church of Elsdon, truly worth 20 marks yearly in peacetime; advowson of the abbey of nuns of Holystone, which can pay out £10 yearly during in peacetime; and various liberties and all lands and tenements within the bounds of the manor, known as within the liberty of Redesdale, viz.: 2 yearly views of frankpledge, held after Easter and after Michaelmas; a court held every 3 weeks; a twice-yearly court called ‘Forstercourt’; cognizance of pleas of the crown and all other pleas occurring within the liberty, to be pleaded before the justices of the lord of the manor, with the profits of the same; return and execution of all royal writs by the lord’s bailiffs; chattels of fugitives and felons and damages, year and waste of the lands of the same; custody of prisoners and delivery of the same at the lord’s will; execution of everything belonging to the office of sheriff and the crown by the lord’s own ministers; ‘wayf’, ‘infangthefe’ and ‘outfangthefe'; free chase; amends for breaches of the assize of bread and ale within the liberty; a weekly market at Harbottle on Tuesdays and a yearly fair there at the Nativity of Mary; a weekly market at Elsdon on Sundays and a yearly fair there at the Assumption; gallows, tumbrel, pillory and toll in the same markets and fairs; with no sheriff or other royal bailiff to enter the liberty to execute any office, except in default of the lord’s bailiffs; the king’s justices in eyre in Northumberland to deliver to the bailiff of the liberty all articles of the crown belonging to the liberty to be pleaded before the justices of the lord of the liberty, with the profits of the same, all these liberties and franchises having been allowed to the lord of the liberty in the time of ? Edward I and ? Edward III , by title of prescription [PQW, pp. 593–4, 600], worth 20s. yearly in peacetime, but now nothing because of the war, as above.
Date of death and heirs as 696.
C 139/83/57 mm.5–6
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Robert de Umfraville

     Robert de Umfraville was the son of Sir Robert de Umfraville.

Child of Robert de Umfraville

Robert de Umfraville

( - before 1381)
     Robert de Umfraville was the son of Gilbert de Umfraville 3rd Earl of Angus and Maud Lucy.
     Robert de Umfraville married Margaret Percy. They had no issue. Robert pre-deceased his father..
     Robert died before 1381.

Sir Robert de Umfraville

     Sir Robert de Umfraville was the son of Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus and Elizabeth or Eleanor Maduit? or Lumley.
     Robert died. He left no issue..

Sir Robert de Umfraville

(before 1050 - )
     Sir Robert de Umfraville was born before 1050.
     In the 10th year of his reign, William the Conqueror, granted the forest, valley, and lordship of Riddesdale, in the countyof Northumberland to his kinsman Sir Robert de Umfrevill, kt. surnamed 'Robert with the beard', Lord of Tours and Vian, to hold, by the service of defending the vicinity from enemies and wolves, with the sword which King William had by his side when he entered Northumberland. By the tenor of the grant he was invested with the power of holding, governing, exercising, hearing and judging, in all the pleas of the Crown, as well as others occurring within the precincts of Riddesdale..

Child of Sir Robert de Umfraville

Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus

(1278 - before 2 April 1325)
     He distinguished himself, while his father lived, in the Scottish wards, and soon after his accession to the honours of the family he was joined in commission with William, Lord Ros, of Hamlake, and Henry, Lord Beaumont in the lieutenancy of Scotland. In the 11th of Edw II, he was one of the commissioners appointed to treat with Robert Bruce for a truce between the realms . Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus was also known as Robert de Umfraville in records.
     Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus married secondly Elizabeth or Eleanor Maduit? or Lumley. James Cummings on Gen-medieval mailing list (27 April 2017) queried: Why do you (DR) believe that Eleanor, widow of Richard Fitz Marmaduke (died 1318 ) married Robert de Umfraville, Earl of Angus rather than a niece ? Jim Weber indicates that she was a daughter of Robert and Mary (Fitz Marmaduke ) Lumley which family had apparently assumed the arms of Fitz Marmaduke. The Seal that Eleanor used in 1332 included four shields, 1 was Umfraville, then Lumley / Fitz marmaduke or maybe Thweng/ the third shield is probably Clare. Isabel de Brus` mother was Isabel de Clare and by 1332 the Brus family was attainted in England so as far the heraldry rolls was concerned the Brus arms had ceased to exist and as the Clares were still much in favor they could have been a substitute. the last last of course was for the family of her current husband. Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus was born in 1278. He was 30 at his father's death.. He was the son of Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus and Elizabeth Comyn.
     Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus married Lucy de Kyme before 1310.
     Robert died before 2 April 1325 in Newminster, Northumberland. He was buried on 2 April 1325 in Newminster.

Children of Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus and Lucy de Kyme

Children of Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus and Elizabeth or Eleanor Maduit? or Lumley

Robert de Umfraville Baron of Prudhoe

     Robert de Umfraville Baron of Prudhoe was the son of ODonel de Umfraville.
     By deed, dated 28 Henry II, granted certain lands to the monks of Newminster. He was succeeded by his grandson..

Child of Robert de Umfraville Baron of Prudhoe