Cleek, Dunmore, Gum, Hill, Stephenson, Suit Family - Person Sheet
Cleek, Dunmore, Gum, Hill, Stephenson, Suit Family - Person Sheet
Birth1243, Debden, Uttlesford District, Essex, England128662
Death20 Feb 1314128663,128664,128665,128666
Burialaft 20 Feb 1314, Walden Abbey, Saffron Walden, Uttlesford District, Essex, England128667
Alias/AKAEleanor de Bohun128668
FatherSir Humphrey VI Bohun (~1220-1265)
MotherEleanor De Braose (1230-1251)
Humphrey De Bohun & Maud De Lusignan ch: Eleanor de Bohun + Robert De Ferrers79670 (Her father & mother? or is she the d/o Humphrey VI Bohun & Eleanor De Braose?)
Birth1239, Tutbury, East Staffordshire Borough, Staffordshire, England128677,128678,128679,128680,128681,128682
Death20 Nov 1279, Staffordshire, England128683,128684,128685,128686,128687,128688,128689
MemoApr 1279?
Burialaft 20 Nov 1279, St Thomas Priory, Stafford, Stafford Borough, Staffordshire, England128690,128691
FatherSir William De Ferrers (1193-1254)
MotherMargaret De Quincy (ca1222-<1280)
Misc. Notes
Pg 76 Line 102, 4. Robert de Ferrers, Earl of Derby15596

Pg 203 Chap 2, 26. Robert de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, “having taken part in the baronial rising against Henry III, was deprived of his lands,” which were given to the King’s son, Edmund, Earl of Lancaster.15597

Pg 70 Robert De Ferrers, Earl of Derby. On 28 Jun 1266, the castles and lands, and on 12 Jul 1266, the honour of Derby, forfeited by Robert de Ferrers, formerly Earl of Derby, the King’s enemy and rebel, was granted to Edmund Plantagenet, “Crouchback,” s/o Henry III. (2) IV, 198-20251704

Vol 06 Image115of124 Pg 1250 Ferrers, Robert de, Earl of Derby or Ferrers15598
Vol 22 Image437of1511 Pg 429 Robert Ferrers, earl of Derby or Ferrers

Pg 52 Ferrers: 9. William De Ferrers & Margaret de Quincy had: Robert, eighth & last Earl of this family51705

Pg 99 Robert de Ferrers, Earl of Derby15971
Dictionary of National Biography 1921-2215598
Image429 Vol 22 Pg429 Ferrers, Robert Marr one of Henry III’s Poitevin relatives 1249 (Who?)
Image1250 Pg1250 Ferrers, Robert de: When quite a child his father arranged with Henry III for his marriage with Isabella, one of the daughters of the eldest of the king’s half-brothers, Hugh XI of Lusignan, count of La Marche (Vincent, Discoverie of Errours in Brooke’s Catalogue of Nobility, p.208, from Close Rolls of 33 H. III, i.e. 1248-9) (His wife Isabella? listed elsewhere in Reunion)
Marriage26 Jun 1269128655,128657,109487
ChildrenJohn (1271-1312)
 Eleanor (ca1272-)
Last Modified 26 Apr 2023Created 29 May 2023 using Reunion 13 by Chris Dunmore
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