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  • Birth  24 Dec 1166  Kings Manor House, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  19 Oct 1216  , Newark, Nottinghamshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried  Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Please find below a revised listing of the bastard children of King
      John. The list has been augmented by many new references,
      corrections, and additions since my last posting of this listing. The
      new listing includes Philip "Fiz Le Rey" [i.e., Philip the king's
      son]) found in a 1263 Sussex fine as a possible bastard child of King
      John.

      Also, it appears there may be a link between Isabel, wife of Richard
      Fitz Ives, and another royal bastard, Eudes Fitz Roy. I've learned
      that in 1245, Isabel's son and heir, William Fitz Ives, sued Giles de
      Chanceaux regarding property in Cornwall. This is surely the same man
      who was granted Eudes Fitz Roy's properties in Essex on his death
      without issue in 1242. The Fitz Ives and Chanceaux link deserves
      further study.

      Comments are invited.

      Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah

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      REVISED LISTING OF BASTARD CHILDREN OF KING JOHN OF ENGLAND:

      Legitimated child of John of England, by a mistress, Clemence _____:

      i. JOAN OF ENGLAND, married LLYWELYN AP IORWERTH, Prince of North
      Wales [see WAKE 4].

      Illegitimate child of John of England, by a mistress, _____ de
      Warenne, daughter of Hamelin, 5th Earl of Surrey, by Isabel, daughter
      and heiress of William de Warenne, 3rd Earl of Surrey [see WARENNE 2]:

      i. RICHARD FITZ ROY (or DE WARENNE), Knt., Baron of Chilham, Kent,
      married ROSE DE DOVER [see ATHOLL 4].

      Illegitimate child of John of England, by a mistress, Hawise _____:

      i. OLIVER FITZ ROY. He defended Wolvesey Castle for Peter des Roches,
      Bishop of Winchester, in 1216. In 1217 he was granted the lands
      formerly held by Peter Fitz Herbert to sustain him in the king's
      service. In 1218 he arrived with other English knights at Damietta in
      the company of Papal legate, Pelayo. He did not return. H.R. Luard,
      Chronica Majora 3 (1876): 40-41. C.P.R., 1216-1225 (1901), pp.
      42-43,92. S. Painter, Reign of King John (1949), pp. 232-233. NEHGR
      119 (1965): 94-102. J.M. Powell, Anatomy of a Crusade (1986), pg.
      235. N. Vincent, Peter des Roches (1996), pp. 71,175.

      Illegitimate children of John of England, by an unknown mistress (or
      mistresses):

      i. JOHN FITZ ROY, evidently a clerk, supported by the custodians of
      the see of Lincoln in 1201. D.M. Stenton, Great Roll of the Pipe
      Michaelmas 1201 (Pipe Roll Soc., n.s., vol. 14) (1936), pp.
      xix,192-193. S. Painter, Reign of King John (1949), pp. 232-233.
      NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102.

      ii. GEOFFREY FITZ ROY. In 1204 he received a loan by the pledge of
      William Longespée, Earl of Salisbury, and Peter de Stokes. In 1205 he
      led an expedition into Poitou and died the same year. Curia Regis
      Rolls 3 (1926): 321 (suit dated 1205: " ... quam diu predictus
      Radulfus [de Trublevill] fuerit in servicio nostro in Pictavia cum
      Gaufrido filio nostro"). D.M. Stenton, Great Roll of the Pipe
      Michaelmas 1204 (Pipe Roll Soc., n.s., vol. 18) (1940), pp.
      xxxv-xxxvj,xlj,33,60,87,131. D.M. Stenton, Great Roll of the Pipe
      Michaelmas 1205 (Pipe Roll Soc., n.s., vol. 19) (1941), pp.
      xviij-xix,19,79-80. S. Painter, Reign of King John (1949), pp.
      232-233. NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102.

      iii. HENRY FITZ ROY, Knt., of Waltham, Ashby, Brigsley, Gonerby (in
      Hatcliffe), Hawerby, and North Coates, co. Lincoln, and Chilham, Kent.
      He was sent as a student to the Prior of Kenilworth in 1207. In 1215
      he was granted the lands of Robert Fitz Walter in Cornwall. In 1217
      he and Ralph de Raleigh were granted the manor of Waltham, co. Lincoln
      formerly held by Alan Fitz Count to sustain them in royal service. In
      1231 he was granted all of the land of Henry de Avaugor, a Norman, in
      Waltham, co. Lincoln. He married before 1236 EVE DE BLANCHMINSTER (or
      WHITCHURCH), widow of William de Champernoun (living 1230), of
      Umberleigh (in Atherington) and High Bickington, Devon, and daughter
      and heiress of Reynold de Blanchminster (or Whitchurch) (living 1248),
      of Shrivenham and Winterbourne (in Chieveley), co. Berks, and Bolney,
      co. Oxford, by his 1st wife, Alice, daughter and co-heiress of
      Nicholas de Bolney. They had no issue. SIR HENRY FITZ ROY died
      shortly before 8 Apr. 1245. His widow, Eve, married (3rd) before 30
      June 1252 Giles de Clifford (living 1276). C.Ch.R. 1 (1895): 137
      (styled "Henry the king's brother"). J.L. Vivian, Visitations of the
      County of Devon (1895), pp. 160. C.P.R., 1216-1225 (1901), pp. 128,
      574 ("Henricus filius regis"). C.C.R., 1227-1231 (1902), pg. 51.
      C.P.R., 1225-1232 (1903), pp. 311 ("Henricus frater regis"), 357,441.
      C.C.R., 1234-1237 (1908), pg. 219 ("Henrico fratri regis"). Book of
      Fees 1 (1920): 362 ("Henricus frater regis"), 617 ("Henricus filius
      regis"); 2 (1923): 660,675,1021 (instances of "Henricus filius
      Regis"). C.P.R., 1232-1247 (1906), pp. 20,296,450. C.C.R., 1237-1242
      (1911), pg. 511 ("Henricum filium regis"). VCH Berkshire 3 (19??):
      424; 4 (1924): 63,513,533. C.C.R., 1251-1253 (1927), pg. 116. S.
      Painter, Reign of King John (1949), pp. 232-233. C.P. 12 Pt. 2
      (1959): 645 (sub Wilington). Curia Regis Rolls 13 (1959): 138,215,283
      ("Henricus filius regis John"), 290,364-365,371,514,542; 15 (1972):
      83,449 (styled "Henricum filium le Rey"). R.A. Brown, Memoranda Roll
      for the Tenth Year of the Reign of King John (1207-8) (Pipe Roll Soc.,
      n.s., vol. 31) (1957), pg. 137 (Henry called "our son" [filio nostro]
      by King John). NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102. B.R. Kemp, Reading Abbey
      Cartularies 1 (Camden, 4th ser., vol. 31) (1986): 375. S.D. Church,
      Household Knights of King John (1999), pg. 127.

      iv. OSBERT GIFFORD, Knt. In 1215 he received the lands of Thomas de
      Ardern in Oxfordshire. In 1216 he likewise received Ardern's lands in
      Bundes, Norfolk, and elsewhere in Suffolk, Essex, and Sussex, and the
      lands of Aumary Despenser, Roger Fitz Nicholas, and Ralph Bluet in
      Oxfordshire. SIR OSBERT GIFFORD died in 1248. Ancestor 3 (1902): 227
      (his arms: Ermine two bars gules, on a chief gules a leopard or).
      Genealogist n.s. 28 (1922): 128-129. S. Painter, Reign of King John
      (1949), pp. 232-233. NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102. T.D. Tremlett, Rolls
      of Arms Henry III (Harleian Soc. Pub., vols. 113-114) (1967), pg. 47.

      v. EUDES (or IVES) FITZ ROY, of Canewdon, Essex. In 1233 he was
      granted lands in Aldbury, co. Hertford. He had an exchequer fee of
      £20 granted to him in 1237. In the period, c. 1227/41, he witnessed a
      charter for his brother, Richard, Earl of Cornwall, to Launceston
      Priory in Cornwall. In 1240 he joined Earl Richard on a crusade to
      the Holy Land. EUDES FITZ ROY died there testate shortly before 21
      Jan. 1241/2. His lands in Essex were granted to Giles de Chanceaux in
      1242. No known descendants. G. Oliver, Monasticon Diocesis
      Exonienses (1846), pg. 23. C.C.R., 1231-1234 (1905), pg. 210 ("Eudoni
      filio regis"). C.P.R., 1232-1247 (1906), pp. 179 ("Eudo the king's
      brother"), 270 ("Eudo son of R. the king's brother"), 314 ("Eudo the
      king's brother"). C.C.R., 1237-1242 (1911), pp. 73 ("Eudoni fratri
      regis"), 386-387 ("Eudonis fratris regis"), 387 ("Ivonis fratris
      domini regis"), 532 ("Eudonis fratris nostri"). Cal. Liberate Rolls 1
      (1916), pg. 263. N. Denholm-Young, Richard of Cornwall (1947), pp.
      41,112. P.L. Hull, Cartulary of Launceston Priory (Devon & Cornwall
      Rec. Soc., n.s., vol. 30) (1987) 12 ("Yvo brother of the earl"
      [Richard, Earl of Cornwall]).

      vi. BARTHOLOMEW FITZ ROY, clerk, papal chaplain, member of the order
      of Friars Preachers, living Aug. 1254. Papal Registers: Letters 1
      (1893): 281,286,305.

      vii. MAUD FITZ ROY, nun, elected Abbess of Barking 5 Aug. 1247; died
      shortly before 6 Feb. 1252. Sir William Dugdale, Monasticon
      Anglicanum 1 (1817): 437,441 ("Dame Maud la file le Roy John"). VCH
      Essex 2 (1907): 120.

      Alleged illegitimate child of John of England, by an unknown mistress,
      _____:

      i. ISABEL FITZ ROY, married RICHARD FITZ IVES, Knt., lord of Degembris
      (in Newlyn East), Cornwall. They had two sons, William Fitz Richard,
      Knt. (of Degembris and Penhallow [both in Newlyn East], Lanisley (in
      Gulival), and Rosneython and Trenoweth-Chammon [both in St. Keverne])
      and Richard Fitz Richard (clerk), and one daughter, Isabel (wife of
      Belyn Hellegan, Knt.). He gave tithes in Gruguth (in St. Keverne),
      Cornwall. SIR RICHARD FITZ IVES allegedly died in 1207. Modern
      descendants (not traced). Herald and Genealogist 7 (1873): 229-231
      (Isabel styled "filie Regis Joh'is"). Sir John Maclean, Parochial and
      Family Hist. of the Deanery of Trigg Minor 1 (1876): 317. J.L.
      Vivian, Visitations of Cornwall (1887), pg. 30. G.D. Stawell, A
      Quantock Family: The Stawells of Cothelstone and their Descendants
      (1910), pp. 44-45. J.H. Rowe, Cornwall Feet of Fines 1 (1914):
      17,49,54-55,58-59,91-92,171,438-440. C.R.R. 11 (1955), pg. 473; 12
      (1957): 189. NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102. C.R.R. 18 (1999): 362-363.
      Harleian MS. 4031, ff. 76b,81.

      Possible illegitimate child of John of England, by an unknown
      mistress, _____:

      i. PHILIP FITZ ROY (possible child). In 1263 he and his wife, Lavina,
      conveyed lands at Bignor, Pebmarsh, and Petworth, Surrey to Henry Fitz
      [le] Roy, perhaps their son. L.F. Salzman, Abstract of Feet of Fines
      Relating to the County of Sussex (Sussex Rec. Soc., vol. 7) (1908),
      pg. 45 ("Ph[illip]um Fiz Le Rey" [i.e., Philip the king's son]) (cf.
      W. Hudson, Three Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex in the
      Years 1296,1327,1332 (Sussex Rec. Soc., vol. 19) (1910), pp. 73,95
      (references to "Henr[icus] fyz le Rey" on 1296 Sussex subsidy).

      The following is a list of eleven bastard children of King John of
      England which I've assembled from a variety of sources. If anyone has
      any additions or corrections to this material, please let me know.
      The first two children listed, Richard Fitz Roy (or de Warenne), Baron
      of Chilham, Kent, and Joan, wife of Llywelyn ap Iowerth, Prince of
      North Wales, have many modern descendants.

      Although sometimes questioned, I accept Isabel, wife of Richard Fitz
      Ives, Knt., as a bastard daughter of King John. Isabel appears to
      have modern descendants. Besides Isabel, I've also included a new
      bastard child for King John not commonly found on such lists, namely
      Maud Fitz Roy, Abbess of Barking, whose identity is proven by the
      sources cited below.

      Sidney Painter, King John's historian, says of him: ".... cruel,
      lecherous, and deceitful." Surely the number of illegitimate children
      listed below for King John proves the lecherous part.

      Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah

      E-mail: royalancestry@msn.com

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      BASTARD CHILDREN OF KING JOHN OF ENGLAND

      Illegitimate child of John of England, by a mistress, _____ de
      Warenne:

      i. RICHARD FITZ ROY (or DE WARENNE), Knt., Baron of Chilham, Kent,
      married ROSE DE DOVER [see ATHOLL 4].

      Illegitimate child of John of England, by a mistress, Clemence _____:

      i. JOAN OF ENGLAND, married LLYWELYN AP IORWERTH, Prince of North
      Wales [see WAKE 4].

      Illegitimate child of John of England, by a mistress, Hawise _____:

      i. OLIVER FITZ ROY. He defended Wolvesey Castle for Peter des Roches,
      Bishop of Winchester, in 1216. In 1217 he was granted the lands
      formerly held by Peter Fitz Herbert to sustain him in the king';s
      service. In 1218 he arrived with other English knights at Damietta in
      the company of Papal legate, Pelayo. He did not return. H.R. Luard,
      Chronica Majora 3 (1876): 40-41. C.P.R., 1216-1225 (1901), pp.
      42-43,92. S. Painter, Reign of King John (1949), pp. 232-233. NEHGR
      119 (1965): 94-102. J.M. Powell, Anatomy of a Crusade (1986), pg.
      235. N. Vincent, Peter des Roches (1996), pp. 71,175.

      Illegitimate children of John of England, by an unknown mistress (or
      mistresses):

      i. ISABEL FITZ ROY, married RICHARD FITZ IVES, Knt., lord of Degembris
      (in Newlyn East), Cornwall. They had two sons, William Fitz Richard,
      Knt. (of Degembris and Penhallow [both in Newlyn East], Lanisley, and
      Rosneython [in St. Keverne]) and Richard Fitz Richard (clerk), and one
      daughter, Isabel (wife of Belyn Hellegan, Knt.). He gave tithes in
      Gruguth (in St. Keverne), Cornwall. SIR RICHARD FITZ IVES died in
      1207. Modern descendants (not traced in this book). Herald and
      Genealogist 7 (1873): 229-231. Sir John Maclean, Parochial and Family
      Hist. of the Deanery of Trigg Minor 1 (1876): 317. J.L. Vivian,
      Visitations of Cornwall (1887), pg. 30. J.H. Rowe, Cornwall Feet of
      Fines 1 (1914): 17,49,54-55,58-59,91-92,171,438-440. NEHGR 119
      (1965): 94-102. Harleian MS. 4031, ff. 76b,81 (not seen).

      ii. JOHN FITZ ROY, evidently a clerk, supported by the custodians of
      the see of Lincoln in 1201. D.M. Stenton, Great Roll of the Pipe
      Michaelmas 1201 (Pipe Roll Soc., n.s., vol. 14) (1936), pp.
      xix,192-193. S. Painter, Reign of King John (1949), pp. 232-233.
      NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102.

      iii. GEOFFREY FITZ ROY. In 1204 he received a loan by the pledge of
      William Longespée, Earl of Salisbury, and Peter de Stokes. In 1205 he
      led an expedition into Poitou and died the same year. Curia Regis
      Rolls 3 (1926): 321 (suit dated 1205: "... quam diu predictus Radulfus
      [de Trublevill] fuerit in servicio nostro in Pictavia cum Gaufrido
      filio nostro"). D.M. Stenton, Great Roll of the Pipe Michaelmas 1204
      (Pipe Roll Soc., n.s., vol. 18) (1940), pp.
      xxxv-xxxvj,xlj,33,60,87,131. D.M. Stenton Great Roll of the Pipe
      Michaelmas 1205 (Pipe Roll Soc., n.s., vol. 19) (1941), pp.
      xviij-xix,19,79-80. S. Painter, Reign of King John (1949), pp.
      232-233. NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102.

      iv. HENRY FITZ ROY, Knt., of Waltham, Ashby, Brigsley, Gonerby (in
      Hatcliffe), Hawerby, and North Coates, co. Lincoln, and Chilham, Kent.
      He was sent as a student to the Prior of Kenilworth in 1207. In 1215
      he was granted the lands of Robert Fitz Walter in Cornwall. In 1217
      he and Ralph de Raleigh were granted the manor of Waltham, co. Lincoln
      to sustain them in royal service. In 1231 he was granted all of the
      land of Henry de la Vaugoz, a Norman, in the soke of Waltham, co.
      Lincoln. He married before 1236 EVE DE WHITCHURCH, widow of William
      de Champernoun (living 1230), of Umberleigh (in Atherington) and High
      Bickington, Devon, and daughter and heiress of Reynold de Whitchurch,
      of Shrivenham and Winterbourne (in Chieveley), co. Berks, by his 1st
      wife, Alice, daughter and co-heiress of Nicholas de Bolney. They had
      no issue. SIR HENRY FITZ ROY died shortly before 8 Apr. 1245. His
      widow, Eve, married (3rd) before 30 June 1252 Giles de Clifford
      (living 1276). C.Ch.R. 1 (1895): 137. J.L. Vivian, Visitations of
      the County of Devon (1895), pp. 160. Book of Fees 1: 362,617; 2
      (1923): 660,675,1021. C.P.R., 1232-1247 (1906), pp. 20,296,450.
      C.C.R., 1237-1242 (1911), pg. 511. VCH Berkshire 4 (1924): 63,533.
      C.C.R., 1251-1253 (1927), pg. 116. S. Painter, Reign of King John
      (1949), pp. 232-233. NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102. C.P. 12 Pt. 2 (1959):
      645 (sub Wilington). Curia Regis Rolls 13 (1959): 514; 15 (1972):
      83,449. S.D. Church, Household Knights of King John (1999), pg. 127.

      v. OSBERT GIFFORD. In 1215 he received the lands of Thomas de Ardern
      in Oxfordshire. In 1216 he likewise received Ardern's lands in
      Norfolk, Suffolk, and Sussex. In 1216 he and his wife received safe
      conduct to confer with King John. His subsequent history is unknown.
      Ancestor 3 (1902): 227 (his arms: Ermine, 2 bars gules, a chief gules
      with a leopard or in chief). Genealogist n.s. 28 (1922): 128-129. S.
      Painter, Reign of King John (1949), pp. 232-233. NEHGR 119 (1965):
      94-102.

      vi. EUDES FITZ ROY, of Canewdon, Essex. In 1233 he was granted lands
      in Aldbury, co. Hertford. He had an exchequer fee iof £20 granted to
      him in 1237. In 1240 he joined his half-brother, Richard, Earl of
      Cornwall on a crusade to the Holy Land. EUDES FITZ ROY died there
      testate shortly before 21 Jan. 1241/2. His lands in Essex were
      granted to Giles de Chanceaus in 1242. No known descendants. G.
      Oliver, Monasticon Diocesis Exonienses (1846), pg. 23. C.C.R.,
      1231-1234 (1905), pg. 210. C.P.R., 1232-1247 (1906), pp. 179,270,314.
      C.C.R., 1237-1242 (1911), pp. 387,532. Cal. Liberate Rolls 1 (1916),
      pg. 263. N. Denholm-Young, Richard of Cornwall (1947), pp. 41,112.

      vii. BARTHOLOMEW FITZ ROY, clerk, papal chaplain, member of the order
      of Friars Preachers, living Aug. 1254. Papal Registers: Letters 1
      (1893): 281,286,305.

      viii. MAUD FITZ ROY, nun, elected Abbess of Barking 5 Aug. 1247; died
      shortly before 6 Feb. 1252. Sir William Dugdale, Monasticon
      Anglicanum 1 (1817): 437,441. VCH Essex 2 (1907): 120.


      Signed Magna Carta in 1215

      The statement in the legitimization of Joan, daughter of king
      John and wife of prince Llywelyn, that each of her parents were
      unmarried at the time of her birth, does not imply she was born
      prior to John's first marriage, to Isabelle de Clare in 1189.
      This marriage had been annulled by the time of Joan's
      legitimization, and would have been considered by the clerics
      not to have occurred.

      It might be that the legitimization does imply that, by the
      time of John's second marriage, to Isabelle of Angouleme, that
      Joan's mother was either dead or had become a nun, otherwise the
      legitimacy of king Henry III might have been called into
      question.

      It might also be that the reference in Joan's obituary to her
      mother as "queen Clementia" implies that Clemence, mother of
      Joan, did not die or become a nun until after John's accession.

      I suspect that in the minds of the monks and clerics who
      recorded things, these annulments and legitimizations created a
      virtual world in which annulled real world marriages did not
      exist, and appropriate legitimizing marriages did exist, with
      all appropriate side effect implications, including Clemence
      having been queen..

      - Paul K. Davis - paulkdavis@earthlink.net

      King John had illegitimate children over the entire course of
      his adult life. He was a very busy man in the bedroom. One of his
      older bastard sons, Geoffrey, received a loan by the pledge of William
      Longespée, Earl of Salisbury, and Peter de Stokes in 1204. In 1205 he
      led an expedition into Poitou and died the same year. King John
      likewise had another illegitimate daughter, Joan, who married before
      23 Mar. 1204/5 Llywelyn ap Iowerth, Prince of North Wales.
      Consequently, it is possible that King John was the father of Isabel,
      wife of Richard Fitz Ives, who allegedly died in 1207. By the way, I
      have reason to suppose that Isabel survived Richard Fitz Ives for many
      years and remarried.

      Second, Isabel de Beaupre is not the same person as King John's
      bastard daughter, Isabel, wife of Richard Fitz Ives. As best I can
      tell, Isabel de Beaupre is a later day descendant and the senior
      heiress of the Fitz Ives family. I didn't mean to imply that the two
      Isabel's were the same person.

      Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
    Person ID  I2111  Royal Family of Europe
    Last Modified  16 Dec 2002 

    Father  ENGLAND Henry II "Plantagenet" King Of,   b. 5 Mar 1133, Le Mans, Sarthe, France Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Jul 1189, Chinon, Indre-Et-Loire, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  AQUITAINE Elbeonore Princess Of,   b. 1121/1122, Chcateau De Belin, Bordeaux, Aquitaine Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Mar 1204, Poitiers, Poitou, Aquitaine Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  11 May 1152  , Bordeaux, Gironde, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F377  Group Sheet

    Family 1  Clementia 
    Children 
    >1. ENGLAND Joan Princess Of,   b. 1188, Of, London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Apr 1236, Aberconwy, Arllechwedd Isaf, Caernarvonshire, Wales Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F658  Group Sheet

    Family 2  FERRERS Agatha De,   b. Abt 1168, Of, Charltey, Staffordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Unmarried Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F707  Group Sheet

    Family 3  GIFFORD Matilda,   b. Abt 1185, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Unmarried Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. GIFFORD Osbert,   b. Abt 1205, Of, , Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F708  Group Sheet

    Family 4  ENGLAND Mrs-John Concubine Of,   b. Abt 1164, Of, , Lincolnshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Unmarried Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. FITZROY John,   b. Abt 1192, Of, , Lincolnshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1201
    Family ID  F709  Group Sheet

    Family 5  ENGLAND Mrs-John Concubine Of,   b. Abt 1168, Of, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Unmarried Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. FITZROY Henry,   b. Abt 1192, Of, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F710  Group Sheet

    Family 6  FITZWARIN Hawisa,   b. Abt 1167, Of, , , England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Unmarried Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. FITZROY Oliver,   b. Abt 1187, Of, Westminster, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Oct 1219, , Damietta, On The Nile, Egypt Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F711  Group Sheet

    Family 7  ENGLAND Mrs-John, Concubine Of,   b. Abt 1168, Of, , , England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Unmarried Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. FITZROY Geofrey,   b. Abt 1192, Of, , , England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1205, , Rochell, Charente-Maritime, France Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F712  Group Sheet

    Family 8  DE WARRENE,   b. Abt 1166, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Unmarried Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    >1. FITZROY Richard,   b. Abt 1186, Of, Chilham Castle, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Aug 1270
    Family ID  F713  Group Sheet

    Family 9  DE WARRENE Miss,   b. Abt 1168, Of, , Essex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Unmarried Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. FITZROY Eudo,   b. Abt 1192, Of, , Essex, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1242
     2. FITZROY Ivo,   b. Abt 1194, Of, , Essex, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F714  Group Sheet

    Family 10  PLANTAGENET Miss,   b. Abt 1170, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  NOT MARRIED  Kings Manor House, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F715  Group Sheet

    Family 11  TAILLEFER Isabella De,   b. Abt 1180, Of, Angouleme, Charente, France Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 May 1245/1246, Fontevrault Abbey, Fontevrault, Maine-Et-Loire, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  26 Aug 1200  , Bordeaux, Gironde, France Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    >1. ENGLAND Henry III King Of,   b. 1 Oct 1206, , Winchester, Hampshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Nov 1272, , Westminster, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. ENGLAND Richard Prince Of,   b. 5 Jan 1208/1209, Winchester, Hampshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Apr 1272, Berkhampsted, Berkhampsted, Hertfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. ENGLAND Joane Princess Of,   b. 22 Jul 1210, , Coucy, Alsne, France Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Mar 1237/1238, , London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. ENGLAND Isabel Princess Of,   b. 1214, Of, Winchester, Hampshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Dec 1241, , Foggia, Apulia, Italy Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. ENGLAND Eleanor Princess Of,   b. 1215, , Winchester, Hampshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Apr 1275, , Montargis, Loiret, France Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F629  Group Sheet

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