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Hugh (Morville) de Morville (bef. 1106 - 1162)

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Sir Hugh (Hugh I) "Constable of Scotland, Lord of Cunningham" de Morville formerly Morville
Born before in Cumberland, Englandmap
Son of [uncertain] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Died in Burgh By Sands, Cumberland, , Englandmap
Morville-6 created 22 Jun 2011 | Last modified
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Categories: Battle of the Standard.


Hugh de Morville (d.1162), Lord of Cunningham, founder of the Scot branch of the Morvilles, is sometimes mixed up with [his son] Hugh II de Morville, Lord of Westmorland (d.1173/4), who participated in Beckett's murder.[1][2]

Marriage

m. Beatrice de Beauchamp.[3] Issue:

  • (disputed) Hugh II, Lord of Westmorland[2]
  • Maud m. William de Vieuxpont
  • (possibly) Richard de Morville (d.1189)[4]
  • (disputed) Ada m. Roger Bertram[5]
  • (possibly) Simon (d. 1167) m. Ada de Engaine



  1. Von Zatzikhoven & Meyer, 2011
  2. 2.0 2.1 (disputed) Hugh II may have been a son of Simon de Morville, who held the barony of Burgh-by-Sands, Cumberland, in right of his mother, Ada, daughter of William de Engaine.[citation needed] On the other hand, both Simon and Hugh I may have been brothers (Wikipedia). Hugh II m. Helewise de Stuteville; Also see Von Zatzikhoven & Meyer, 2011
  3. p. UNKNOWN (Wikipedia)
  4. Wikipedia: Richard de Morville
  5. Ada was the sister of Hugh II (Wikipedia). Therefore, his disputed parentage also casts hers in doubt.


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Sources

  • Geneajourney.com
  • Richards, D. (n.d.). Plantagenet Ancestry, (pp. 101). N.p. (GS #940 D2t)
  • Baker's Northmp (vol 1 p. 544). N.p. (GS #Q942.55 H2ba)
  • Dict. of National Biography, (Vol. 39, pp. 169). N.p. (GS #Ref 920.042 D561n)
  • Wurts' Magna Charta vol 3 p. 490. N.p. (GS #942 D22w)
  • The Battle Abbey Roll vol 2 p. 243-44. N.p. (GS #942 D2bb)
  • Notes & Queries vol 2 p. 466. N.p. (GS #942 B2n)
  • Peerage of Scotland, (Vol 1., pp. 613). N.p. (GS #Q941 D22d)
  • Von Zatzikhoven, U. & Meyer, K.J. (2011). German Romance: Lanzelet. DS Brewer, (pp. x). Google Books


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On 9 May 2014 at 22:45 GMT Robert Keniston Jr. wrote:

Morville-33 and Morville-6 do not represent the same person because: They appear to be father (33) and son (6).



Hugh I is 27 degrees from Kevin Bacon, 29 degrees from AJ Jacobs, 27 degrees from Michael Phelps, 30 degrees from Neil deGrasse Tyson and 23 degrees from Queen Elizabeth II of the Commonwealth Realms on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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