Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson


Sir John IV le STRANGE Lord of Knockin [Parents] 1-S2504 was born about 1226. He died before 26/26 Feb 1275/1276. Sir married Joan de SOMERY-S2606 about 1245.

Joan de SOMERY 1-S2606. Joan married Sir John IV le STRANGE Lord of Knockin-S2504 about 1245.


Gruffydd ap GWENWYNWYN Prince of Powys 1-G2504. Gruffydd married Hawise le STRANGE-S2505 about 1250.

Son of Gwenwynwyn ap Owain-Cyfeiliog and Margaret Corbett.

Hawise le STRANGE [Parents] 1-S2505 was born about 1232 in Hunstanton, Norfolk. Hawise married Gruffydd ap GWENWYNWYN Prince of Powys-G2504 about 1250.

About 1250, Hawise married Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn, Prince of Powys,


Sir William le BOTELER 1st Lord Boteler of Wem [Parents] 1-B2405 # was born on 11 Jun 1274. He died before 14 Sep 1334. Sir married Ela de HERDEBURGH-H2401 # in From 1305 to 1310.

Other marriages:
, Beatrice

Of Wem, Dodington and Hinstock in Shropshire; Oversley in Warwickshire; Constable of Cruccieth Castle.

William became heir when his older brother Gawain died in 1290.

Actively employed in the wars in Scotland.

Summoned to parliament from 10 March 1308 to 10 Oct 1325 by writs directed Willielmlo le Botiller (or Butiller) de Wem, whereby he is held to have become Lord Boteler of Wem..

In 1318 he was granted a market and fair to be held at the manor of Narborough in Leicestershire.

Ela de HERDEBURGH [Parents] 1-H2401 # was born about 1282. She died after 05 Jul 1343. Ela married Sir William le BOTELER 1st Lord Boteler of Wem-B2405 # in From 1305 to 1310.

Other marriages:
HOPTON, Sir Walter de

Ela de Herdeberge married firstly Walter de Hopton who died before 1305 having by him a son, Walter d.1369, who married Elizabeth daughter of John de Cherleton. They had a son John to whom the reversion of a moiety of the manor of Harborough Magna passed in 1373 as heir of Ela de Herdebergh.
[VCH Warwickshire sub Harborough][IPM 45 Edw III, no.110]

After her husband, Sir William le Boteler, died (shortly before 14 Sep 1334), Ela granted her manor of Carshalton in Surrey to her son William le Boteler 'the younger' and quitclaimed him all her right in Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire.

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In a posting to the GEN-MEDIEVAL newsgroup of RootsWeb in Sep 2001, Douglas Richardson wrote:

Previously the Herdeburgh family was not thought to possess any royal ancestry, however, it appears that Ela de Herdeburgh does in fact descend from King Henry II through the Longespee family. Proof of the connection to the Longespee family is found in a papal petition dated 1352, whereby William de Clinton, Earl of Huntingdon, requested that his nephew, Edward le Boteler, be made canon and prebend of Lincoln. On the surface, it is difficult to explain how Edward le Boteler could be nephew to William de Clinton (a Longespee descendant). However, reviewing the Clinton and Boteler-Herdeburgh family trees, the only possible way for Edward le Boteler to be the Earl's nephew would be if Edward le Boteler's mother, Ela de Herdeburgh, was older half sister of Earl William de Clinton.

As for Ela de Herdeburgh, mother of Edward le Boteler, she can be readily identified as the daughter and co-heiress of Roger de Herdeburgh, son and heir apparent of Hugh de Herdeburgh, of Great Harborough, co. Warwick and Weston Turville, co. Buckingham. Ela's father, Roger de Herdeburgh, evidently died about 1184, as a young man. Previously, the name of Roger de Herdeburgh's wife was not known. However, it would appear that she was Ida de Odingsells,
> eldest daughter of William de Odingsells, of Maxstoke, co. Warwick. Ida subsequently married about 1290 to John de Clinton, 1st Lord Clinton, of Maxstoke. By her Clinton marriage, Ida was mother of two known sons, John de Clinton [2nd Lord Clinton] and William de Clinton [Earl of Huntingdon].

For further evidence of the Herdeburgh-Clinton-Odingsells connection, it may be noted that the names Ela and Ida ran in families descended from the Longespee family. Ela de Hereburgh herself bore the name, Ela, and she bestowed the name Ida on her second daughter.
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They had the following children.

  F i Denise le BOTELER-B2312 was born about 1308. She died in 1376.
  F ii Alice le BOTELER-B2307 was born about 1310. She died in 1376.
  F iii Ankaret le BOTELER-B2306 # was born about 1312. She died on 08 Oct 1361.
  M iv
William le BOTELER the younger 1-B2309 was born about 1314 in Wem, Shropshire.

This William was described as 'the younger', to distinguish him from his older half brother.
  M v
Edmund le BOTELER-B2310 was born about 1316 in Wem, Shropshire.

Edmund was a clerk.
  F vi Ida le BOTELER-B2313 was born about 1318.
  M vii
Edward le BOTELER Rector of Weston Turville-B2311 was born about 1320 in Wem, Shropshire. He died in 1375 in Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire.

In a posting to the GEN-MEDIEVAL newsgroup of RootsWeb in Sep 2001, Douglas Richardson wrote:

In 1375, Edward le Boteler, rector of Weston-Turville, co. Buckingham, died without issue, leaving as his co-heirs his four sisters or their descendants. Two of the sisters were Ankaret, wife of John le Strange and Thomas de Ferrers (ancestress of the le Strange family of Blackmere) and Alice, wife of Nicholas Longford (ancestress of the Longford, Montgomery, Clarell, Fitzwilliam, and many other families). Edward Boteler and his four sisters were the children of William le Boteler, of Wem and Oversley, Shropshire, by his 2nd wife, Ela de Herdeburgh.

Sir Thomas de FERRERS-F2301 was born in 1307 in Groby, Leicestershire. He died in Jul 1353 in Fairstead, Essex. Sir married Ankaret le BOTELER-B2306 # about 1350.

Sir Thomas de Ferrers of Fairstead in Essex, Moor End and Plumpton in Northamptonshire, Keeper of the Chanel Islands.

He was the younger son of Sir William de Ferrers, Lord Ferrers of Groby, by Ellen de Segrave.

Ankaret le BOTELER [Parents] 1, 2-B2306 # was born about 1312 in Wem, Shropshire. She died on 08 Oct 1361 in Fairstead, Essex. Ankaret married Sir Thomas de FERRERS-F2301 about 1350.

Other marriages:
STRANGE, Sir John le 2nd Lord Strange of Blackmere

Surname also often recorded as BOTILER or BOTILLER.


Sir John le STRANGE 4th Lord Strange of Blackmere [Parents] 1, 2-S2203 was born about 19 Apr 1332 in Whitchurch, Shropshire. He died on 12 May 1361. Sir married Mary de ARUNDEL-A2201 before 1354.

Sir John was heir to his older brother Fulk le Strange in 1349 (the same year that their father died).

He was summoned to parliament 3 Apr 1360 by writ directed Johanni Lestraunge.

Mary de ARUNDEL 1-A2201 died on 29 Aug 1396. Mary married Sir John le STRANGE 4th Lord Strange of Blackmere-S2203 before 1354.

Mary was the daughter of Sir Edmund de Arundel (or Fitz Alan), 9th Earl of Arundel, by Alice de Warenne.

In 1364, after the death of her husband, Mary was granted a papal indult for plenary remission.

They had the following children.

  M i John le STRANGE 5th Lord Strange of Blackmere-S2101.
  F ii Ankaret le STRANGE-S2102.

John le STRANGE 5th Lord Strange of Blackmere [Parents] 1-S2101. John married Isabel.

Isabel.


Sir Richard TALBOT 4th Lord Talbot-T2101.

Ankaret le STRANGE [Parents] 1-S2102. Ankaret married Sir Richard TALBOT 4th Lord Talbot-T2101.


Sir Walter de HOPTON 1-H2402 was born about 1255. He died before 10 Mar 1305. Sir married Ela de HERDEBURGH-H2401 # about 1302.

Other marriages:
PANTOLF, Maud

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.

Ela de HERDEBURGH [Parents] 1-H2401 # was born about 1282. She died after 05 Jul 1343. Ela married Sir Walter de HOPTON-H2402 about 1302.

Other marriages:
BOTELER, Sir William le 1st Lord Boteler of Wem

Ela de Herdeberge married firstly Walter de Hopton who died before 1305 having by him a son, Walter d.1369, who married Elizabeth daughter of John de Cherleton. They had a son John to whom the reversion of a moiety of the manor of Harborough Magna passed in 1373 as heir of Ela de Herdebergh.
[VCH Warwickshire sub Harborough][IPM 45 Edw III, no.110]

After her husband, Sir William le Boteler, died (shortly before 14 Sep 1334), Ela granted her manor of Carshalton in Surrey to her son William le Boteler 'the younger' and quitclaimed him all her right in Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire.

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In a posting to the GEN-MEDIEVAL newsgroup of RootsWeb in Sep 2001, Douglas Richardson wrote:

Previously the Herdeburgh family was not thought to possess any royal ancestry, however, it appears that Ela de Herdeburgh does in fact descend from King Henry II through the Longespee family. Proof of the connection to the Longespee family is found in a papal petition dated 1352, whereby William de Clinton, Earl of Huntingdon, requested that his nephew, Edward le Boteler, be made canon and prebend of Lincoln. On the surface, it is difficult to explain how Edward le Boteler could be nephew to William de Clinton (a Longespee descendant). However, reviewing the Clinton and Boteler-Herdeburgh family trees, the only possible way for Edward le Boteler to be the Earl's nephew would be if Edward le Boteler's mother, Ela de Herdeburgh, was older half sister of Earl William de Clinton.

As for Ela de Herdeburgh, mother of Edward le Boteler, she can be readily identified as the daughter and co-heiress of Roger de Herdeburgh, son and heir apparent of Hugh de Herdeburgh, of Great Harborough, co. Warwick and Weston Turville, co. Buckingham. Ela's father, Roger de Herdeburgh, evidently died about 1184, as a young man. Previously, the name of Roger de Herdeburgh's wife was not known. However, it would appear that she was Ida de Odingsells,
> eldest daughter of William de Odingsells, of Maxstoke, co. Warwick. Ida subsequently married about 1290 to John de Clinton, 1st Lord Clinton, of Maxstoke. By her Clinton marriage, Ida was mother of two known sons, John de Clinton [2nd Lord Clinton] and William de Clinton [Earl of Huntingdon].

For further evidence of the Herdeburgh-Clinton-Odingsells connection, it may be noted that the names Ela and Ida ran in families descended from the Longespee family. Ela de Hereburgh herself bore the name, Ela, and she bestowed the name Ida on her second daughter.
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They had the following children.

  M i Sir Walter de HOPTON-H2302 was born about 1303. He died on 10 Nov 1367.

Sir Walter de HOPTON [Parents] 1-H2302 was born about 1303. He died on 10 Nov 1367. Sir married Joan.

In a posting to the GEN-MEDIEVAL newsgroup of RootsWeb in Jun 2002, Douglas Richardson wrote:

There seems to be no question that Ela de Herdeburgh had at least one son by her first marriage, Walter Hopton, Knt., of Hopton, co. Salop, who was born about 1303, and died in 1367. This Sir Walter Hopton eventually obtained the rights to the manor of Prilleston, Norfolk, which property had been held by Ela's parents, Roger and Ida de Herdeburgh. On Sir Walter Hopton's death in 1367, he was succeeded by a young Cherleton grandson [see Cal. IPM 12 (1938): 180-181; 13
(1954): 86] who evidently died rather quickly without issue.

By 1377, the Hopton properties including Prilleston were in the hands of a Sir John Hopton, presumably Walter's nephew, who married Isabel Burley, daughter of Sir John Burley, K.G., of Birley, co. Hereford (see, for example, Desc. Catalogue of Ancient Deeds 3 (1900): 195). This last named couple are known to have been the great-grandparents of Sir Thomas Hopton, living 1445 (see G. Beltz Memorials of the Most Noble Order of the Garter (1861), pp. 257-260).

Joan. Joan married Sir Walter de HOPTON-H2302.


Walter FITZ ROBERT-F2701 #. Walter married Ida de LONGESPÉE-L2711 #.

Ida de LONGESPÉE [Parents]-L2711 #. Ida married Walter FITZ ROBERT-F2701 #.

They had the following children.

  F i Ela FITZ WALTER-F2601 # died after 1302.

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