Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson


William de TREGOZ-T2801 # was born about 1150. William married Agnes.

Of Billingford, Norfolk

Agnes was born about 1154. Agnes married William de TREGOZ-T2801 #.

They had the following children.

  M i Robert I de TREGOZ-T2701 # was born about 1175. He died in 1213/1214.

Henry d' ANJOU King Henry II of England [Parents]-A2903 # was born on 5 Mar 1133 in Le Mans, France. He died on 6 Jul 1189 in Chinon, Anjou, France. He was buried in Fontevraud Abbey, near Chinon in Anjou, France. Henry married Duchess Eleanor d' AQUITAINE-A2906 on 18 May 1152 in Bordeaux Cathedral, Bordeaux, France.

Other marriages:
TOESNY, Ida de

Reigned 1154-1189. He ruled an empire that stretched from the Tweed to the Pyrenees. In spite of frequent hostitilties with the French King his own family and rebellious Barons (culminating in the great revolt of 1173-74) and his quarrel with Thomas Becket, Henry maintained control over his possessions until shortly before his death. His judicial and administrative reforms which increased Royal control and influence at the expense of the Barons were of great constitutional importance. Introduced trial by Jury. Duke of Normandy.

Duchess Eleanor d' AQUITAINE-A2906 was born in 1122 in Belin Castle, Aquitaine, France. She died on 1 Apr 1202 in Fontevraud Abbey, near Chinon in Anjou, France. She was buried in Fontevraud Abbey, near Chinon in Anjou, France. Duchess married Henry d' ANJOU King Henry II of England-A2903 # on 18 May 1152 in Bordeaux Cathedral, Bordeaux, France.

Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine (1122–1204) was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Europe during the High Middle Ages Eleanor succeeded her father as Duchess of Aquitaine and Countess of Poitiers at the age of fifteen, and thus became the most eligible bride in Europe. Three months after her accession she married Louis, son and junior co-ruler of her guardian, King Louis VI. As Queen of the Franks, she participated in the unsuccessful Second Crusade. Soon after the Crusade was over, Louis VII and Eleanor agreed to dissolve their marriage, because of Eleanor's own desire for divorce and also because the only children they had were two daughters - Marie and Alix. The royal marriage was annuled on 11 March 1152, on the grounds of consanguinity within the fourth degree. Their daughters were declared legitimate and custody of them awarded to Louis, while Eleanor's lands were restored to her.
As soon as she arrived in Poitiers, Eleanor proposed to the eleven years younger Henry, Duke of the Normans. On 18 May 1152, six weeks after the annulment of her first marriage, Eleanor married the Duke of the Normans. On 25 October 1154 her husband ascended the throne of the Kingdom of England, making Eleanor Queen of the English. Over the next thirteen years, she bore Henry five sons, two of whom would become king, and three daughters. However, Henry and Eleanor eventually became estranged. She was imprisoned between 1173 and 1189 for supporting her son's revolt against King Henry II. Eleanor was widowed on 6 July 1189. Her husband was succeeded by their son, Richard the Lionheart, who soon released his mother. Now queen mother, Eleanor acted as a regent  for her son while he went off on the Third Crusade. Eleanor survived her son Richard and lived well into the reign of her youngest son King John. By the time of her death she had outlived all of her children except for King John and Leonora, Queen of Castile.


Robert I de TREGOZ [Parents] 1-T2701 # was born about 1175. He died in 1213/1214. Robert married Sibyl de EWYAS-E2704 # about 1197.

Of Billingford, Norfolk and Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire.

Sibyl de EWYAS [Parents] 1-E2704 #. Sibyl married Robert I de TREGOZ-T2701 # about 1197.

They had the following children.

  M i
Sir Robert II de TREGOZ Lord of Ewyas Harold 1-T2602 was born about 1206.
  F ii Lucy de TREGOZ-T2601 # was born about 1210.

Hamelin d' ANJOU (Plantagenet) 5th Earl of Surrey [Parents]-A2902 # was born in 1130 in Normandy, France. He died on 7 May 1202 in Lewes, Sussex. He was buried in Chapter House, Lewes Priory, Sussex. Hamelin married Isabella de WARENNE Countess of Surrey-W2901 # in Apr 1164 in Warenne, Sussex.

Hamelin of Anjou was an English nobleman who was prominent at the courts of the Angevin kings of England, Henry II, Richard I, and John. He was an illegitimate son of Geoffrey of Anjou, and thus a half-brother of King Henry II, and an uncle of Richard the Lionheart and King John. His half-brother Henry gave him one of the wealthiest heiresses in England, Isabella de Warenne, in her own right Countess of Surrey. She was the widow of William of Blois. Hamelin and Isabella married in April 1164, and after the marriage he was recognized as Comte de Warenne, that being the customary designation for what more technically should be Earl of Surrey. In consequence of the marriage Hamelin took the de Warenne toponymic, as did his descendants.

Warenne land in England centered around Conisbrough in Yorkshire, a location in which Hamelin built a powerful castle. He also possessed the third penny of County Surrey and held the castles of Mortemer and Bellencombre in Normandy. Hamelin joined in the denunciations of Thomas Becket in 1164, although after Becket's death he became a great believer in Becket's sainthood, having, the story goes, been cured of blindness by the saint's help. He remained loyal to Henry through all the problems of the later part of the king's reign when many nobles deserted him, and continued as a close supporter of his nephew Richard I. During Richard's absence on the Third Crusade, he took the side of the regent William Longchamp. Hamelin appeared in the 2nd coronation of King Richard in 1194 and at King John's coronation in 1199.

He died in 1202 and was buried at the Chapter House at Lewes Priory, in Sussex. He was succeeded by his son William de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey. A daughter, named Adela, was the mistress of her cousin King John of England, and by him the mother of Richard Fitz Roy.

He gained the title of Vicomte de Touraine.
In 1164 he was present at the council of Northampton.
From April 1164, his married name became Hamelin de Warenne and he gained the title of 5th Earl of Surrey, in right of his wife.
In 1173 he supported King Henry II against his sons.
In 1176 he escorted Joan, daughter of King Henry II, for her marriage to the King of Sicily.
In 1193 he was one of the treasurers for the ransom of King Richard I.
In 1200 he was granted a market at Conisborough, Yorkshire.

It is Hamelin who built the stone keep as it appears now at Conisbrough. The castle was visited by Hamelin's nephew King John in March 1202.

Isabella de WARENNE Countess of Surrey [Parents]-W2901 # was born in 1137 in Warenne, Sussex. She died 1 on 12 Jul 1203 in Lewes, Sussex. She was buried in the Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. Isabella married Hamelin d' ANJOU (Plantagenet) 5th Earl of Surrey-A2902 # in Apr 1164 in Warenne, Sussex.

Other marriages:
BLOIS, William de 4th Earl of Surrey

Isabella, first married King Stephen's son, William de Blois who became the fourth Earl by right of his wife. But no male heir was produced. Isabella later married Hamelin Plantagenet, Henry II's half brother.

They had the following children.

  F i Maud de WARENNE-W2803 # was born in 1165. She died in 1213.
  M ii
William de WARENNE 6th Earl of Surrey 1-W2802 was born in 1167 in Lewes, Sussex. He died on 27 May 1240 in London, Middlesex. He was buried in Lewes, Sussex.

William de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey held the office of Warden of the Cinque Ports.
He held the office of Sheriff of Surrey.
He gained the title of Baron of Lewes, Sussex.
He gained the title of 6th Earl of Surrey.
In 1197 he witnessed a charter for King Richard I at Rouen.
In 1202 he had seizin of his father's lands.
On 24 May 1215 he took part with the Barons in the seizure of London.
On 15 June 1215 he was one of the those who advised the King to sign the Magna Carta.
  F iii
Unknown de WARENNE-W2804 was born in 1169 in Lewes, Sussex.
  F iv Isabella de WARENNE-W2801 was born in 1173. She died before 30 Nov 1234.
  F v
Ela de WARENNE 1-W2805 was born in 1179 in Lewes, Sussex. She died in From 1212 to 1228.

Possibly Adela.

Sir John GIFFARD Lord Giffard of Brimpsfield-G2505 #.

He had the following children.

  F i Eleanor GIFFARD-G2403 # was born about 1275. She died before 23/23 Jan 1324/1325.

Sir John de LACY Earl of Lincoln 1-L2702 was born in 1192 in Pontefract, West Riding of Yorkshire. He died on 22 Jul 1240 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. He was buried in Stanlow Abbey. John married Margaret de QUINCY Countess of Lincoln-Q2701 in Jun 1221 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire.

Other marriages:
AIGLE, Alice de l'

John de Lacy obtained livery of his inheritance in Jul 1213, when he is described as Constable of Chester.
In 1213-1214, he was with the King in Poitou, but in 1215 he had joined the confederate Barons, being one of the 25 celebrated Barons appointed to enforce the Magna Carta, and in the same year he took the Cross. By the end of 1215 he had made peace with the King, but by the following summer he was again in rebellion, whereby King John destroyed his castle at Donington. In Nov 1217, he was pardoned by Henry III. The following year he accompanied the Earl of Chester on crusade and fought at the siege of Damietta, returning to England about Aug 1220. In 1229, he was appointed to conduct the King of Scots to meet Henry at York. In 1232 he took a prominent part as the King's commissioner in the proceedings against Hubert de Burgh, and sat as a judge at Cornhill to hear complaints about him, and early the following year he was one of Hubert's keepers at Devizes Castle. In late 1232 he was created Earl of Lincoln. In 1233 he joined the party against the Bishop of Winchester, but the Bishop won him over, and from that time he acted with the Court, becoming one of the King's unpopular counsellors. In 1237 he was a plenipotentiary to make peace with Scotland, and served as Sheriff of Chester from 1237 to 1240. He was a benefactor to Stanlaw and other religious houses.

His first wife, Alice, daughter of Gilbert de l'Aigle, died s.p., and he married secondly, before 21 Jun 1221, Margaret, daughter of Robert de Quincy by Hawise, suo jure Countess of Lincoln.

He died after a long illness. His widow married abt Jan 1242/42, Walter Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, who died s.p. in 1245, and thirdly, she married bef 7 Jun 1252, Richard de Wilteshir. She, who was still living in early Mar 1265/66, was deceased before 30 Mar 1266.

Margaret de QUINCY Countess of Lincoln-Q2701 was born in 1208 in Winchester, Hampshire. She died in Mar 1266 in Hampstead, Middlesex. Margaret married Sir John de LACY Earl of Lincoln-L2702 in Jun 1221 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire.

Margaret de Quincy, daughter of Robert de Quincy and Hawise of Chester.


Sir John de LACY Earl of Lincoln 1-L2702 was born in 1192 in Pontefract, West Riding of Yorkshire. He died on 22 Jul 1240 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. He was buried in Stanlow Abbey. John married Alice de l' AIGLE-A2701 in 1214 in Pontefract, West Riding of Yorkshire.

Other marriages:
QUINCY, Margaret de Countess of Lincoln

John de Lacy obtained livery of his inheritance in Jul 1213, when he is described as Constable of Chester.
In 1213-1214, he was with the King in Poitou, but in 1215 he had joined the confederate Barons, being one of the 25 celebrated Barons appointed to enforce the Magna Carta, and in the same year he took the Cross. By the end of 1215 he had made peace with the King, but by the following summer he was again in rebellion, whereby King John destroyed his castle at Donington. In Nov 1217, he was pardoned by Henry III. The following year he accompanied the Earl of Chester on crusade and fought at the siege of Damietta, returning to England about Aug 1220. In 1229, he was appointed to conduct the King of Scots to meet Henry at York. In 1232 he took a prominent part as the King's commissioner in the proceedings against Hubert de Burgh, and sat as a judge at Cornhill to hear complaints about him, and early the following year he was one of Hubert's keepers at Devizes Castle. In late 1232 he was created Earl of Lincoln. In 1233 he joined the party against the Bishop of Winchester, but the Bishop won him over, and from that time he acted with the Court, becoming one of the King's unpopular counsellors. In 1237 he was a plenipotentiary to make peace with Scotland, and served as Sheriff of Chester from 1237 to 1240. He was a benefactor to Stanlaw and other religious houses.

His first wife, Alice, daughter of Gilbert de l'Aigle, died s.p., and he married secondly, before 21 Jun 1221, Margaret, daughter of Robert de Quincy by Hawise, suo jure Countess of Lincoln.

He died after a long illness. His widow married abt Jan 1242/42, Walter Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, who died s.p. in 1245, and thirdly, she married bef 7 Jun 1252, Richard de Wilteshir. She, who was still living in early Mar 1265/66, was deceased before 30 Mar 1266.

Alice de l' AIGLE [Parents]-A2701 was born in 1197 in Pevensey, Sussex. She died in 1216 in Pontefract, West Riding of Yorkshire. Alice married Sir John de LACY Earl of Lincoln-L2702 in 1214 in Pontefract, West Riding of Yorkshire.


Sir Walter de HOPTON 1-H2402 was born about 1255. He died before 10 Mar 1305. Sir married Maud PANTOLF-P2401 before 1283.

Other marriages:
HERDEBURGH, Ela de

Of Hopton, Fitz and Burwarton in Shropshire, and in right of his wife, of Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire.
Sheriff of Shropshire and Staffordshire.
Son and heir of Sir Walter de Hopton (who died before 7 Apr 1290) by an unidentified 1st wife.
Walter and Ela presented to the church of Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire in 1300.
He was married previously (before 1283) to Maud Pantolf, of Wem, Shropshire who died shortly before 6 May 1289. and the widow of Ralph le Boteler of Oversley, Warwickshire.

Maud PANTOLF-P2401 died about 6 May 1289. Maud married Sir Walter de HOPTON-H2402 before 1283.

Other marriages:
BOTELER, Ralph le

Maud was the daughter and co-heiress of William Pantolf of Wem, Shropshire. by Hawise Fitzwarine


Geoffrey V d' ANJOU Comte d'Anjou et Maine [Parents] [scrapbook]-A3002 # was born on 24 Aug 1113. He died on 7 Sep 1151 in Château-du-Loir, France. He was buried in St Julien's Cathedral, Le Mans, France. Geoffrey married Adelaide d' ANGERS-A3003 in (they did not marry, she was a mistress of Geoffr.

Other marriages:
BEAUCLERC, Matilda 'The Empress' of England

Geoffrey V de Anjou also went by the nick-names of Geoffrey 'the Fair' and by Geoffrey 'Plantagenet' (from the broom flower - planta genista - which he took as his emblem), hence the name of the line of English kings descended from him.

He gained the title of 10th Count of Anjou in 1129. He succeeded to the title of 12th Duke of Normandy on 19 January 1144. He gained the title of Count of Maine. He abdicated as Duke of Normandy in 1150.

Adelaide d' ANGERS-A3003. Adelaide married Geoffrey V d' ANJOU Comte d'Anjou et Maine-A3002 # in (they did not marry, she was a mistress of Geoffr.

Marriage Notes:

Adelaide was a 'mistress' of Geoffrey Plantagenet.

They had the following children.

  M i Hamelin d' ANJOU (Plantagenet) 5th Earl of Surrey-A2902 # was born in 1130. He died on 7 May 1202.

William de BLOIS 4th Earl of Surrey-B2903 was born in 1127 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher, France. He died on 11 Oct 1160 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France. William married Isabella de WARENNE Countess of Surrey-W2901 # in 1153 in Warenne, Sussex.

Isabella de WARENNE Countess of Surrey [Parents]-W2901 # was born in 1137 in Warenne, Sussex. She died 1 on 12 Jul 1203 in Lewes, Sussex. She was buried in the Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex. Isabella married William de BLOIS 4th Earl of Surrey-B2903 in 1153 in Warenne, Sussex.

Other marriages:
ANJOU, Hamelin d' (Plantagenet) 5th Earl of Surrey

Isabella, first married King Stephen's son, William de Blois who became the fourth Earl by right of his wife. But no male heir was produced. Isabella later married Hamelin Plantagenet, Henry II's half brother.

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