Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson


Sir Ralph de STAFFORD K.G. 2nd Lord Stafford 1-S2304 #. Sir married Margaret de AUDLEY-A2301 #.

Margaret de AUDLEY 1-A2301 #. Margaret married Sir Ralph de STAFFORD K.G. 2nd Lord Stafford-S2304 #.

They had the following children.

  F i Beatrice de STAFFORD-S2206 # died about 13 Apr 1415.

Sir Richard de BURLEY K.G.-B2204 died on 23 May 1387 in Villalpando, Spain. Sir married Beatrice de STAFFORD-S2206 # about 1385.

Of Burgate (in Fordingbridge), Hampshire, and Orwell, Cambridgeshire.

Richard was the son and heir of Sir John de Burley of Burley, Herefordshire by Amice, daughter of Richard de Pembridge.

Beatrice de STAFFORD [Parents] 1-S2206 # died about 13 Apr 1415. She was buried in Warter Priory, Yorkshire. Beatrice married Sir Richard de BURLEY K.G.-B2204 about 1385.

Other marriages:
ROS, Sir Thomas de 4th Lord Ros of Helmsley
MAURICE, Maurice Fitz 2nd Earl of Desmond

Beatrice was a legatee in the 1385 will of her brother, Hugh de Stafford, K.G., 2nd Earl of Stafford.

A gown was provided for her for the coronation of King Henry IV.

Beatrice, Countess of Desmond, Lady Ros died testate 13 (or 14) April 1415.

Her will dated 26 Jun 1414, requested burial in Warter Priory, Yorkshire.

Marriage Notes:

Beatrice and Richard must have married between 9 Jun 1384 and 20 Aug 1385 - the latter being the date of a pardon for marrying without a license.

There was no issue from this marriage.


Sir William de ROS K.G. 6th Lord Ros of Helmsley [Parents] 1-R2103. Sir married Margaret de ARUNDEL-A2103.

Margaret de ARUNDEL-A2103.


Sir Thomas de CLIFFORD Lord Clifford-C2103. Sir married Elizabeth de ROS-R2106 about 1380.

Son of Roger de Clifford, 5th Lord Clifford, Earl of Westmorland and Maud de Beauchamp.

Elizabeth de ROS [Parents] 1-R2106 was born about 1364. She died 2 in Mar 1424. Elizabeth married Sir Thomas de CLIFFORD Lord Clifford-C2103 about 1380.


Sir Thomas de ARUNDEL-A2302 died in Cockfield, Suffolk from killed in a disturbance. Sir married Margery de BADLESMERE-B2316 # before 12 Nov 1351.

Margery de BADLESMERE 1, 2-B2316 # was born about 1306 in Chilham, Kent. She died on 18 Oct 1363. Margery married Sir Thomas de ARUNDEL-A2302 before 12 Nov 1351.

Other marriages:
ROS, Sir William de 2nd Lord Ros of Helmsley
AVENEL, Sir John

Margery was the eldest of four daughters of Bartholomew, first Lord Badlesmere.

Stated to be aged 32 when she became co-heir to her brother, Giles, who died 7 June 1338, by which she inherited the Castle and manor of Chilham in Kent, and the manors of Blean, Hothfield, Wilderton (in Throwley), also in Kent, Tarrant Rushton in Dorset, Chingford in Essex, Adderley in Shropshire, Bradfield Combust in Suffolk and Heytesbury in Wiltshire.

As the widow of William de Ros, she had a royal license to marry whom she would of the King's allegiance, which license, dated 6 Mar 1350/51 was to Sir Thomas de Arundel, who was killed shortly thereafter.

She married thirdly (as probably his third wife), Sir John Avenal, the King's Lieutenant in Brittany, from whom she sued for divorce in April 1355.

Margery, 'Lady de Ros', presented to the church of Chingleford in Essex 14Dec 1361.

Marriage Notes:

As the widow of William de Ros, she had a royal license to marry whom she would of the King's allegiance, which license, dated 6 Mar 1350/51.


Sir John AVENEL-A2303 died about 1 Aug 1359 in Brittany, France. Sir married Margery de BADLESMERE-B2316 # before 30 Apr 1355.

Sir John, of Bedfordshire, was the King's Lieutenant in Brittany.

Margery de BADLESMERE 1, 2-B2316 # was born about 1306 in Chilham, Kent. She died on 18 Oct 1363. Margery married Sir John AVENEL-A2303 before 30 Apr 1355.

Other marriages:
ROS, Sir William de 2nd Lord Ros of Helmsley
ARUNDEL, Sir Thomas de

Margery was the eldest of four daughters of Bartholomew, first Lord Badlesmere.

Stated to be aged 32 when she became co-heir to her brother, Giles, who died 7 June 1338, by which she inherited the Castle and manor of Chilham in Kent, and the manors of Blean, Hothfield, Wilderton (in Throwley), also in Kent, Tarrant Rushton in Dorset, Chingford in Essex, Adderley in Shropshire, Bradfield Combust in Suffolk and Heytesbury in Wiltshire.

As the widow of William de Ros, she had a royal license to marry whom she would of the King's allegiance, which license, dated 6 Mar 1350/51 was to Sir Thomas de Arundel, who was killed shortly thereafter.

She married thirdly (as probably his third wife), Sir John Avenal, the King's Lieutenant in Brittany, from whom she sued for divorce in April 1355.

Margery, 'Lady de Ros', presented to the church of Chingleford in Essex 14Dec 1361.

Marriage Notes:

This date is when Margery was suing for divorce.


Ralph BASSET 1-B2317. Ralph married Joan de GREY-G2305.

Joan de GREY [Parents] 1-G2305 was born in 1287 in Wilton, Herefordshire. She died on 16/16 Mar 1353/1354 in Drayton-Bassett, Staffordshire. Joan married Ralph BASSET-B2317.


Sir Humphrey de BOHUN 6th Earl of Hereford and 7th Earl of Essex [Parents] 1-B2607 # was born before 1208. He died on 24 Sep 1275. He was buried in Llanthony Abbey (near Gloucester), Gloucestershire. Sir married Maud d' EU-E2602 # about 1228.

Other marriages:
AVENBURY, Maud de

Baron of Pleshey in Essex, hereditary Constable of England, Constable of Dover Castle, Sheriff of Kent.
He fought in France in 1230, in Gascony in 1242 and 1253 and in Wales in 1257.
At the Coronation of Queen Eleanor in 1236, he was Marshal of the Household.
He succeeded his mother as the 7th Earl of Essex in 1236.
In 1237 he went on a pilgrimage to Santiago in Spain.
In 1246 he joined in the letter of remonstrance from the English peers to Pope Innocent IV.
In 1250 he took the cross and went as a Crusader to the Holy Land.
In 1252 he spoke in defence of Simon de Montfort and the next year was present at the renewal of the charters and the solemn excommunication of the transgressors.
In 1258 he was one of the 24 councillors to draw up the Provisions of Oxford, being chosen one of the original commissioners, and subsequently one of the council of fifteen.
In 1259 he was the King's representative for the preservation of peace between France and England.
In 1260 he served as a justice itinerant for the counties of Gloucester, Worcester and Hereford.
In the struggle of 1263-4 he took the side of the King.
He was taken prisoner at the Battle of Lewes 14 May 1264.
In 1275 he obtained a dispensation from the Bishop of Worcester to eat meat on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays during Lent.
He was buried in Sep. 1275 before the high altar at Llanthony Abbey outside Gloucester.

Maud d' EU [Parents] 1-E2602 # died on 14 Aug 1241. She was buried in Llanthony Abbey (nr Gloucester), Gloucestershire. Maud married Sir Humphrey de BOHUN 6th Earl of Hereford and 7th Earl of Essex-B2607 # about 1228.

Notes about Eu, Siene-Maritime, France

Eu, which is situated close to the coast in northern France, took it's name from the small river on which it stands.  The river was known in the middle ages as Ou, which became Eu. The river is nowadays called the Bresle.

They had the following children.

  M i Sir Humphrey de BOHUN-B2508.
  F ii Maud de BOHUN-B2514.
  F iii Eleanor de BOHUN-B2507 # died after 10 Jun 1278.
  F iv Alice de BOHUN-B2509.
  M v
Henry de BOHUN 1-B2511.
  M vi
Geoffrey de BOHUN 1-B2512.
  M vii
Ralph de BOHUN 1-B2513.
  F viii
Daughter BOHUN 1-B2515.

Roger de TONY-T2501.

Alice de BOHUN [Parents] 1-B2509. Alice married Roger de TONY-T2501.


Henry de BOHUN 5th Earl of Hereford 1-B2704 #. Henry married Maud de MANDEVILLE Countess of Essex-M2701 #.

Baron of Trowbridge in Wiltshire, hereditary Constable of England, Sheriff of Kent, Magna Carta Surety and Crusader.

Maud de MANDEVILLE Countess of Essex 1-M2701 # died in 1236. Maud married Henry de BOHUN 5th Earl of Hereford-B2704 #.

Countess of Essex suo jure (in her own right)

They had the following children.

  M i Sir Humphrey de BOHUN 6th Earl of Hereford and 7th Earl of Essex-B2607 # was born before 1208. He died on 24 Sep 1275.

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