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Second son and heir apparent (elder brother Geoffrey having died in 1283), he held the castle of Ludlow, Salop, the manor of Walterstone, and all the knights' fees which his father and mother had held in England, and jointly, with Joan his wife, the manors of Mansell Lacy and Wolferlow, co. Hereford, and Stanton Lacy, Salop. He predeceased his father by more than 20 years.
In 1285 he received from the king a grant of murage for his town of Ludlow for five years. In 1290 he had a similar grant for three years.
- Husband: Piers de GENEVILLE
- Wife: Joan de LUSIGNAN
- Child: Joan de GENEVILLE
- Child: Beatrice De (Joinville) Geneville
- Child: Maud De Geneville
- Date: ABT 1283
- Place: Of, Ludow, SAL, England
- Husband: Geoffrey de GENEVILLE
- Wife: Maud (Mahaut) de LACY
- Child: Geoffrey de GENEVILLE
- Child: Gautier de GENEVILLE
- Child: Piers de GENEVILLE
- Child: Jehan de GENEVILLE
- Child: Simon de GENEVILLE
- Child: Jeanne de JOINVILLE
- Date: 1253
- Place: Of, Meath, Ireland
- Magna Carta Ancestry by Douglas Richardson, publ. 2005
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