Re: Neville of Scotton / Cauntelo / Ros of Ingmanthorpe / de la Haye of Arlington
- From: Douglas Richardson <royalancestry@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2009 05:26:27 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 30, 3:18 am, John Watson <watsonjo...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
< A small correction to my previous post. I wrote "After her death,
< Ralph [de la Haye] married secondly Isabel, daughter of John de
< Montacute (d. 1228) "
< This is incorrect. Isabel was the daughter of William Montague,
< younger brother of John Montague. Here are a few more details about
< John de Montague died in 1227 or 1228, leaving a daughter Katherine,
< underage. Katherine de Montague died childless about the beginning
< William de Montague died about 1238, leaving two daughters, Margaret
< or Margery, and Isabel, a minor. Margaret and Isabel, thus became
< heirs of all the Montague estates. Margery was already the wife of
< William de Echingham; he died without issue in 1252, his brother
< being his heir. Margery survived him, but upon her death in 1257 her
< sister Isabel became sole representative of the family of Montague.
< Firstly about 1252, to Ralph de la Haye, who died about 1254.
< to Thomas de Aldham, by whom she had two children, Baldwin and Joan.
< Baldwin married Nicholaa, daughter of William de Wintershull, and
< a son, Francis, who died without issue, while Joan married John de
< Clare. Thomas de Aldham died 11th December, 1275, and within three
< years of his death Isabel had married Richard de Pevensey, who was
< steward of the Queen's honour of Aquila, and Sheriff of Sussex from
< 1285 to 1287. Isabel died at the end of August, 1285, ...
For those interested in such matters, the following is a list of the
17th Century New World immigrants that descend from Isabel de Montagu,
by her 2nd marriage to Thomas de Aldham:
Elizabeth Bosvile, Thomas Dudley, Muriel Gurdon, John Nelson
Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
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