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

Thomas de Umfraville

     Thomas de Umfraville was born. He was live in 1305. He was the son of Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Angus and Elizabeth Comyn.
     Thomas matriculated at Oxford University.

William de Umfraville

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

Annora Umfraville (Waleys)

      She had no issue
Alex Maxwell Findlater wrote on the gen medieval mailing list: See the notes on p 322. Stephen and Anora de Umfraville were married in 1327. Anora, his daughter, married in 1347, the same year in which her father died. In 1351 Elizabeth was a minor, and only in 1366 did she marry. In 1384 an account of Alice's death calls her Elizabeth's mother, but the elasticity of the use of words then would encompass mother-in-law. However the name of the first daughter, Anora, perhaps after Anora de Umfraville, the first wife, might suggest that she was of that marriage, while the long gap - nearly 20 years - between the marriages of these two heiresses suggests that their ages were very different.
The father of Stephen's second wife, Alice, proved his full age in 1314, so born ca 1293 and died 1332. Alice's brother John was 6 on his father's death (Ipm 6 Jan 1332/3), so born 1326. Alice might have been much the same age, and she married secondly in 1351 Sir Brian de Stapleton, and had a son another Sir Brian, whose wife Elizabeth d Sir William de Aldeburgh was born in about 1364 (aged 28 or more, and her sister Sibyl 25 or more, in 1392 when her father died (CP i, p 102)).
Alice must therefore have been much younger than Stephen.
On the whole it seems more likely that Elizabeth was the daughter of the second marriage.. Annora Umfraville (Waleys) was the daughter of Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus and Lucy de Kyme.

Elizabeth Umfraville

      Burke states she married Gilbert Burdon.. Elizabeth Umfraville was the daughter of Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus and Lucy de Kyme.
Elizabeth Umfraville married Gilbert Burdon.

Child of Elizabeth Umfraville and Gilbert Burdon

Maud or Matilda de Umfreville

(circa 1394 - 4 January 1435)
     Maud or Matilda de Umfreville was born circa 1394 in Harbottle, Northumberland. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas de Umfreville and Agnes Mallory (Gray).
Maud or Matilda de Umfreville married Sir William Ryther, son of Sir William Ryther and Sibyl de Aldeburgh, before 1421 in Yorkshire, England. Cokayne suggests that she must have been his second wife as she was only 28 in 1421. Jones (p.48) states that he married Constance, daughter of Sir Ralph Bygod of Settringham ERY and was High Sheriff 1478..
She was aged 28 at her brother's Inqusition Post Mortem on 18 June 1421, and wife of William Ryther jr. kt. [aet 28, 9 Henry V].. Maud or Matilda de Umfreville was the heir of Gilbert de Umfraville Earl of Kyme at the 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.
     Maud died on 4 January 1435.

Children of Maud or Matilda de Umfreville and Sir William Ryther

Thomas de Umfreville

(circa 1324 - circa 21 May 1387)
      Sir Thomas Umfreville, kt, of Harbottle Castle, and proprietor of Holmside and Whitley in Durham..
     Thomas resided at Harbottle, Northumberland, England.
Thomas de Umfreville married Joan Roddam, daughter of Adam de Roddam. Thomas de Umfreville was born circa 1324. He was the son of Robert de Umfraville 2nd Earl of Angus and Elizabeth or Eleanor Maduit? or Lumley.
     Thomas died circa 21 May 1387.

Children of Thomas de Umfreville and Joan Roddam

Sir Thomas de Umfreville

(circa 1360 - circa 12 February 1390/91)
     Sir Thomas de Umfreville was born circa 1360. He was aged 23, 10 Richard II.. He was the son of Thomas de Umfreville and Joan Roddam.
Sir Thomas de Umfreville married Agnes Mallory (Gray) say 1385. The ages of his daughters are considered to be 10 years out in the Inquisitons.
     Thomas died circa 12 February 1390/91. Sir Thomas died 1435?, of Harbottle Castle. Another source gave 13 February 1390/1, Burke gives 12 February 1390/1.      
Sir Thomas de Umfreville was a Member of Parliament.. He was of Harbottle, Northumberland & Hessle in Yorkshire.
     Sir Thomas de Umfreville was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, on 5 March 1411/12.

Children of Sir Thomas de Umfreville and Agnes Mallory (Gray)

Agnes Underwood

(28 October 1694 - )
     Agnes Underwood was christened on 28 October 1694 in Stitchell, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
Agnes Underwood married Henry or Harry Hooper, son of Alexander Hooper and Isabel Hoggart, on 10 July 1719 in Ednam & Stitchell, Roxburghshire, Scotland.

Children of Agnes Underwood and Henry or Harry Hooper

Frances Underwood

(circa 1825 - )
     Frances Underwood was born circa 1825.
Frances Underwood married James Denty, son of James Denty and Elizabeth Marchand, on 5 October 1840 in Cuttack, Bengal Presidency, India.

Children of Frances Underwood and James Denty

Francis W Underwood

(24 December 1842 - )
     Francis W Underwood was born on 24 December 1842 in Cuttack, Bengal Presidency, India. Baptisms at Cuttach: Baptised 2 Feb 1943, said to be born 24 Dec 1842, Francis William, son of Samuel & Matilda Underwood, of Cuttack, writer..
Francis W Underwood married Julia Maria Denty, daughter of James Denty and Frances Underwood, on 17 June 1865 in Bengal, India.

Mary Underwood

(say 1745 - )
     Mary Underwood was born say 1745.
Mary Underwood married Jonathan Seaton, son of John Seaton and Elizabeth Baker, on 24 September 1767 in Woolpit, Suffolk.
The will of Thomas Gault of Drinkstone dated 1791, mentions Mildred Underwood & Mary, wife of Jonathan Seaton of Woolpit.

Children of Mary Underwood and Jonathan Seaton

William Underwood

     William Underwood was born in Paston, Northamptonshire.
William Underwood married Mary Ann Bowker, daughter of David Bowker and Elizabeth Doggit, on 28 November 1820 in Paston, Northamptonshire.

Honour Unknown (Baker)

(circa 1819 - )
     Honour Unknown (Baker) was born circa 1819 in Badwell Ash, Suffolk.
Honour Unknown (Baker) married Robert Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Sarah Osburn, between 1861 and 1871.
     Honour Unknown (Baker) and Robert Cocksedge were recorded on the 1871 census in Gt Ashfield. Robert Cocksedge, head, married, 70, farmer of 10 acres, born Ashfield, with his wife Honor Cocksedge, farmers wife, aged 50, born Badfield Ash.

Mary Unknown (Bowker)

(before 1790 - )
     Mary Unknown (Bowker) was born before 1790.
Mary Unknown (Bowker) married Edward Scrimshaw in July 1804 in Leverington, Cambridgeshire. Their marriage licence dated 9 July described them as Edward Scrimshaw, & Mary Bowker, widow, Walsoken, Norfolk.

Catherine Unknown (Bullett)

(before 1620 - before 27 June 1649)
     Catherine Unknown (Bullett) was also known as Bulletout in records. Catherine Unknown (Bullett) was also known as Katherine in records. She was born before 1620.
Catherine Unknown (Bullett) married Robert Bullett before 1638.
     Catherine died before 27 June 1649 in Finningham, Suffolk. She was buried on 27 June 1649 in St Bartholomew, Finningham. Katherine Bulletout, widow.

Children of Catherine Unknown (Bullett) and Robert Bullett

Ann Unknown (Carter)

(circa 1722 - before 28 August 1771)
     Ann Unknown (Carter) was born circa 1722. Ann Unknown (Carter) was also known as Carter in records.
Ann Carter married Thomas Stanser, son of Thomas Stanser and Elizabeth Bristow, on 17 January 1762 in Grantham, Lincolnshire.
     Ann died before 28 August 1771 in Grantham, LIN. She was buried on 28 August 1771 in Grantham. Ann, wife of Mr Thos Stanser, senr of Grantham.

Catherine Unknown (Chetam)

     Catherine Unknown (Chetam) married Samuel Heatherly on 18 February 1712/13 in London.

Fanny Unknown (Coates)

     Alfred Joseph Dempster married secondly Fanny Unknown (Coates) in December 1902 in Leeds, Yorkshire. DEMPSTER—COATES.—Dec. 4. at Leeds. Alfred J Dempster, licensed victualler. Bradford, to Fanny Coates, Beeston Hill, Leeds.

Annie Unknown (Cocksedge)

(circa 1856 - )
     Annie Unknown (Cocksedge) was born circa 1856 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk.
Annie Unknown (Cocksedge) married Unknown Cocksedge before 1882.

Child of Annie Unknown (Cocksedge) and Unknown Cocksedge

Abina Unknown (Colbert)

(circa 1804 - 7 June 1884)
     Abina Unknown (Colbert) was born circa 1804 in Ireland.
     Abina died on 7 June 1884 in Ballimary, Killeagh, Youghal, Cork, Ireland. She was a labourr's widow. The informant was her son John.

Kate Unknown (Colbert)

(circa 1810 - 28 February 1890)
     Kate Unknown (Colbert) was born circa 1810 in Ireland.
     Kate died on 28 February 1890 in Curraglass, Ballynoe, Fermoy Union, Cork, Ireland. She was the widow of Michael Colbert, a victualler, aged 90.

Kate Unknown (Colbert)

(circa 1822 - 11 June 1883)
     Kate Unknown (Colbert) was born circa 1822 in Ireland.
     Kate died on 11 June 1883 in Killeagh, Youghal, Cork, Ireland. Kate Colbert, widow aged 61. Mary Colbert was present at death.

Margret Unknown (Colbert)

(circa 1798 - 14 January 1878)
     Margret Unknown (Colbert) was born circa 1798 in Ireland.
     Margret died on 14 January 1878 in Curraghishel, Killeagh, Youghal, Cork, Ireland. She was a labourer's widow, aged 80, Ann Ahern was the informant and present at death.

Susanna Unknown (Evatt)

     Susanna Unknown (Evatt) married Major Edward Warner, son of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton.

Mary Unknown (Fuller)

(before 1640 - )
     Mary Unknown (Fuller) was born before 1640 in Suffolk, England.
     Mary Unknown (Fuller) married Luke Cocksedge as his second wife, on 29 April 1656 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Luke Cocksidge, widower of Thurston, to Mary Fuller, widow, of Thurston. A Luke Coxedge married Frances Hiles in the the London Diocese in 1674.

Ann Unknown (Glew?)

(circa 1740 - )
     Ann Unknown (Glew?) was born circa 1740.
Ann Unknown (Glew?) married John Popplewell, son of Thomas Popplewell and Ann Kingman, before 1758. A John Popplewell married Mary Morgan on 12 March 1757 (1758?) at Nottingham St Mary. Mark Grace suggests 17 Jan 1751 at Haxey to Ann Glew.

Children of Ann Unknown (Glew?) and John Popplewell

Mary Unknown (illegible)

     Mary Unknown (illegible) married Daniel Jacob, son of Daniel Jacob, on 9 September 1745 in Woolpit, Suffolk.

Ann Unknown (Popplewell)

     Ann Unknown (Popplewell) married Unknown Popplewell before 1714.
Ann Unknown (Popplewell) married John Higgs in 1714 in Lincolnshire. The marriage bond/allegation shows Ann Popplewell, widow and John Higgs to be married at Gainsborougn or Lea.

Betsy Unknown (Rogers)

(before April 1827 - 29 May 1891)
     Betsy Unknown (Rogers) was born before April 1827.
The marriage of Betsy Unknown (Rogers) and John Ruby, son of George Ruby and Jane Cruse, was registered in Tavistock RD, Devon, in the June 1884 quarter.
     Betsy Unknown (Rogers) and John Ruby were recorded on the 1891 census in Albaston, Calstock, Cornwall. John Ruby, aged 64, head, quarry labourer, born Widdicomb, Devon and his wife Betsy aged 64, born Calstock with a lodger Richard Baker, single, aged 64, mason, born Looe, Cornwall.
     Betsy died on 29 May 1891 in Calstock, Cornwall.
     Her will was proved on 27 June 1891 at Bodmin, Cornwall. Administration of the personal estate of Betsy Ruby (wife of John Ruby, formerly Rogers, widow) late of Calstock, Cornwall... was granted to John Stephen Rogers of Tavistock, Devon, monumental sculptor the son and one of the next of kin.