Continuation (part 2)-
Sources for this are ADDITIONS TO DUGALE’S BARONAGE, DEEDS RELATING TO KNIGHTWICK, COUNTY WORCHESTER, VISITATION OF WARWICKSHIRE and COLLINS PEERAGE.
1. Thurston (? De TURBEVILLE), fl. 1080. Had:
2. Hugo le DESPENSOR (reign of Henry I) identified as the same as #3ii in Genealogy B; m. to Helewisa. Had:
3. Thurstan le DESPENSOR.
i. Walter, Lord STANLEY.
4 ii. Alaric (to follow)
iii. Hugh, accompanied Richard I to the Holy Land. Poss. ancestor of Hugo, see next.
iv. Geffrey, he is stated as being the ancestor of Hugo, Chief Justice of England, as is his brother Hugh.
4. Almaric le DESPENSOR, Lord STANLEY, sheriff of Rutlandshire, steward to Richard I. 1m. to Amabil de CHESNEI/CHESNEY, dau. of Walter de CHESNEY
i. Juliana; m. to William BARDOLPH
2m. To Alda/Eldae BLUET/BLEWETT
5 ii. Thurston (to follow)
iii. Daughter; m. Peter de STOHS
6 vi. Peter (to follow)
5. Thurstan le DESPENCER, Sheriff of Glouchestershire, b. c.1216, d. c. 1248/0; m. to Lucia.
i. Geoffrey/Galfridus, d. 1251; m. and had child Geoffrey.
ii. Adam; m. Joan and had child Almaric.
6 Peter le DESPENSOR; m. Isabella de EUENS/EWWYAS, dau. of Richard.
i. Richard, took surname of EWYAS, had child Clara.
I think I read somewhere that the two BAKER wives of John (Spencer-751) were actually the same person.
Regarding Eleanor Hill (Hill-5359) see: http://www.genealogywise.com/group/whitebread_whitbread_ONS/forum/topics/who-was-alice-spencers-mother.
Also look like Whitebread-47 & Whitbred-3 need to be merged. I descend from this family and am very interested but right now it is too much of a mess, plus I don't have pre-1500 badge.