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William (Eure) de Eure (1396 - 1465)

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Sir William "of Witton, Malton and Stokesley" de Eure formerly Eure
Born in Berwick Castle Wilton, Northumberland, Englandmap
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Husband of — married [location unknown]
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Died in Malton, Yorkshire, Englandmap
Profile last modified | Created 4 Jul 2011
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Preceded by
Ralph Eure (c.1350 - 1421/2)[1]
William Eure (1396 - bef. 1466/7)
Succeeded by
Ralph Eure (d.1461)



Sir William de Eure of Witton-le-Wear, DUR; Old Malton and Stokesley, YKS[2][3]

  • b. abt. 1396[4] (abt. 26 in 1422)[5]
  • living 12 Aug 1461[6]
  • d. btw after 12 Aug 1461 - ante 12 Feb 1466/7; [7][8] or 20 Jul 1465[9]
  • bur. Malton Abbey, YKS[10]


m. (25 Jan 1410) Matilda "Maud" FitzHugh (p. Henry FitzHugh, Lord FitzHugh and Elizabeth Grey).[11][12][13] Issue: 6 sons, 6 dau.[14]

m. Eleanor Greystoke (Father: Ralph, Baron of Greystoke)[16]
  • Henry de Eure, esq. of Old Malton[17]
m. Katherine Danby (Father: Robert Danby; widow of Robert Lassells of Sowerby)
m. Sir John Hotham
  • Isabel
m. John Langton
  • Katherine
m. Sir Robert Ughtred
  • Joan
m. Sir Robert Ogle[23][24] (d. 1465)[25]
m. (15 Oct 1472) John Pennington[26]


  • 1436: Sheriff of co. Northumb.[1]


  • Broad, W.E. (2016) Northumberland at War, pp. 36. Durham theses, Durham University. Durham Theses Online:
  • Burke, B. (1866). A Genealogical History of the Dormant: Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire, (pp.207). Harrison. Google eBook.
  • Colburh, H. (1846). "Henry FitzHugh third baron." A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland and Scotland, Extinet, Dormant and in Abeyance, pp. 202-3. Google Books.
  • Blackburne, J. (1889). "Eure of Easby, Ingleby, Witton, Malton & c." The Register Booke of Inglebye Iuxta Grenhow: As Much as is Exstant in the Old Booke. For Christnigns, Weddings and Burials Since the Yeare of Our Lord 1539. Cross & Jackman. Google Books.
  • Lewis, M. (n.d.)[27]
  • Richardson, D. (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd ed, 2, pp.125-126. Google Books.
  • Richardson, D. (2013). Royal Ancestry, II: 526,[2] 632, V:69.[3]
  • Roskell, J.S. (1954). "Sir William Eure." The Commons in the Parliament of 1422, (pp.178 - 179). Manchester University Press. Google Books.
  • "The will of Henry Eure of Old Malton, esq," (1865). Testamenta eboracensia: A selection of wills from the registory at York. (Vol. III, pp.222 - 223). The Publications of the Surtees Society, 45. DUR: Andrews and Co. Google Books.

  1. Broad, 2016, p. 36.
  2. s & h. William Eure, Knt. (b. abt. 1396); m. 25 Jan 1410/1 Maud FitzHugh, dau. of Henry FitzHugh, KG, 3rd Lord FitzHugh, Lord High Treasurer, & Elizabeth, d & h of Robert de Grey. Issue: 12 (6 sons & 6 dau).
    Note: Richardson (2013), lists all 12 children, same as in bio; and gives more info on Ralph, Thos, Rbt, Margery, and Isabel.
  3. William Eure, Knt., of Witton (in Weardale), Dur, m. Katherine Aton (desc. William the Conqueror)

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