Rogerus Lee, son and heir, first lord of Langley. Marries Johanna, daughter and heiress of Edward Burnell. Being the eldest son of Robert Lee, he succeeds to most of the property on the paternal side, and his issue forms the direct line, or first branch, of the family. He also marries an heiress, by whom he obtains the Langley Estate, situated in Shropshire. Edward Burnell is mentioned in the parliamentary writs of Edward H. as the son and heir of Philip Burnell, who was summoned to parliament as a baron in 1316, and held lands in fourteen counties.
"Robert Lee of Langley, in the county of Shropshire. Marries Petronilla ____, as appears per chart dated eleventh year of Henry IV., and another seventeenth of Henry VI., and also another dated twentieth of Henry VI.
Radulphus de Lee, Superstes 25 H. 6 (1461) et 13 E. 4. (1472). Obijt A, 19 E. 4 (~1481)
- ↑ Note on Petronilla Lee: Said by John D Newport at Ancestry.com to be daughter of Roger Lee and his second wife, Joanna Burnell, and to have married her half-brother. (Still looking for confirmation. amb)
- ↑ Mead, p. 35.,accessed 2014-05-11, amb
- ↑ Mead, 84-100
- Edward Campbell Mead, Genealogical History of the Lee Family of Virginia and Maryland from A.D. 1300 to A.D. 1866 (Google eBook). University Publishing Company, 1871.
Hugh M. Thomas, The English and the Normans : Ethnic Hostility, Assimilation, and Identity 1066-c.1220 (Google eBook). Oxford University Press, Apr 10, 2003. amb
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