Death Memo1355?
Burialaft 8 Jun 1356, Black Friars’, London, England93638
FatherBartholomew Badlesmere (1275-1322)
MotherMargaret De Clare (1286-1333)
Birth Memo/1306; 1307 - born before parents marriage?
Death16 Dec 1331, Stanton Lacy, England93723,93724,93725,93726,93727,93728
Death Memo16 Dec 1351? shortly bef 21 Jan 1331/2?
FatherRoger Mortimer (~1286-1330)
MotherJoan Geneville (1285-1356)
Misc. Notes
Pg 243 Edmund Mortimer, Lord Mortimer (so cr. by writ 20 Nov 1331)13598

Pg 34 Edmund de Mortimer, Knt, Lord Mortimer of Wigmore13599

Pg 25 Line 36, Edmund Mortimer, Lord Mortimer13600

Pg 126 Chap 2, 26. Edmund de Mortimer, Lord Mortimer; restored by Edward III to the castle and manor of Wigmore and some of his father’s other lands13601
Marriage27 Jun 131693729,93714,93730,93627
Marr Memoabt 1328?
ChildrenRoger (1328-1360)
Birth1312, Northamptonshire, England93603,93604,93605,93606,93607,93608,93609
Birth Memoabt 1310?
Death16 Sep 1360, London, Middlesex, England93610,93611,93612,93613,93614,93615,93616,93617,93618
Death Memo16 Sep 1335?
Burialaft 16 Sep 1360, Walden Abbey, Essex, England93614,93617,93619
FatherHumphrey VIII Bohun (1275-1321)
MotherElizabeth Plantagenet (1282-1316)
Misc. Notes
Pg 687 Pedigree: William de Bohun, cr. Earl of Northampton 133747951

Pg 379E William De Bohun, Earl of Northampton13598

Pg 35 William De Bohun assisted King Edward III in the seizure of the Earl of March in 1330 & from that time was one of the King's most active councillors. He was created Earl of Northampton on 16 Mar 1336/7.13599
Pg 144 William de Bohun, Knt, of Pleshey, Essex, Earl of Northampton (grdson of King Edward I)

Pg 14 Line 18, 6. Sir William de Bohun, K.G., Earl of Northampton 16 Mar 1336/7, fought at Crecy13600

Pg 207 Chap 2, 24. William de Bohun was “closely associated with Edward II’s seizure of Roger Mortimer” 1330 (age c 18); created Earl of Northampton 16 Mar 1337 (age c 25); K.G. 1349 (age c 37); Admiral of the North 1351-53 (age c 39-41)13601

Image772 Pg772 Bohun, William de, in 1337 upon the advancement of Edward, prince of Wales, to the duchy of Cornwall, he was created Earl of Northampton on 16 Mar & received grants of the castle and manor of Stamford and lordship of Grantham, Lincolnshire, and the castles & manors of Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire & Okeham, Rutlandshire, in male tail.13602

Vol 2 Image122 William de Bohun, Earl of Northampton, K.G.13603
Marr Memo/1335
ChildrenElizabeth (1340-1385)
 Humphrey IX (1342-1373)
Last Modified 3 Apr 2015Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore