Ralph Eure

Ralph Eure (abt. 1350 - abt. 1422)

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Sir Ralph "of Witten, Stokesley, Berwick Hill, Dareshall, and Kirkley" Eure aka de Eure
Born about in Witton in Weardale, Durham, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of — married before 1385 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died about in Durham, Englandmap [uncertain]
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Preceded by
Robert Eure (d. 1369)
Ralph Eure [3]
c.1350 - 10 Mar 1421/2
Succeeded by
William Eure (abt. 1396 - c.1466/7)

Contents

Biography

Sir Ralph de Eure, knt. of Witten, DUR, Stokesley, YKS, Berwick Hill, Dareshall, and Kirkley, NBL[4]

Parents

  • John de Eure[5] (d.1362)[6]
  • Margaret ____ (d.1373 Newcastle, NBL)[7]
(p. (maybe) Thomas de Gray/Grey and Agnes de Bayles "Beyle")[8][1]

Marriage

m.1 Isabel Atholl (p.: Aymer de Atholl of Felton, NBL and Mary). Issue:[9]

m. Sir Thomas Surtees
m. Sir William Hilton
m. Sir William Claxton
m. Sir John Conyers
m. Sir John Pudsey[17]


m.2 (ante 1385) Katherine de Aton (p. Sir William de Aton, 2nd Lord Aton m. (1340) Isabel Percy).[18][19] Issue:[20]

  • Sir William de Eure of Witton (d. ante 12 Feb 1466/7)[21][22]
m. (25 Jan 1410) Maud FitzHugh (p. Henry FitzHugh KG, 3rd Lord FitzHugh and Elizabeth Grey)[23]
m. Peter Buckton
m. Sir Alexander Neville of Thornton Bridge[27]


m.3 (dispensation 01 Dec 1400) Maud Greystoke[28][29][2]

Residence

  • primary: Witton, Weardale, DUR[30][3]
1410: license to crenellate manor (Witton Castle)[31]

Occupation

  • 1380-1: Knight of the Shire, NBL[32]
  • 1385-90: Sheriff of Northumberland.[33][4]
  • 1391-2: sheriff of Yorkshire.[4]

Will

  • Proved: 09 Sep 1422[34] Stockton[35]
  • Executors: sons Sir WIlliam and Robert[36]

Magna Carta Ancestry

This individual is descended from Magna Carta Surety Baron John FitzRobert, "Lord of Warkworth,"  formerly Clavering aka: Lord of Barnard Castle, Baron of Walton

Sources

  • 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.
  • Eure, Sir Ralph (c.1350-1422), of Witton-le-Wear, co. Durham. History of Parliament.[37]
  • Lewis, M. (n.d.). :Sir Ralph de Eure, Sheriff of Yorkshire & Northumberland, Justice of Assize for Durham County."[38] (missing 3rd wife Maud Greystoke)
  • Richardson, D. (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry, (2ed, Vol. 2, pp.125). Google Books.
  • Swindale, A. (n.d.). "Sir Ralph de Eure."[39]
  • Thorley, J. (1998). "Testamentum Dominae Margaretae de Eure relictae Johannis de Eure Militis." Documents in Medieval Latin, (pp. 63, 167). Google Books.
  • Wikipedia: Ralph Euer
  • Wikipedia: Witton Castle



  1. See Liddy (2005).[1]
  2. Not listed by Lewis, n.d.
  3. Location info: Wikipedia: Witton-le-Wear, County Durham, England; Map of Witton-le-Wear, DUR[2]
  4. 4.0 4.1 Wikipedia.


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On 8 Feb 2018 at 06:16 GMT Bettye (Holland) Carroll wrote:

Richardson, Douglas. Royal Ancestry: A Study In Colonial And Medieval Families, in 5 vols. (Salt Lake City, Utah, 2013), Vol. I. page 571.

Thank you!

On 5 Sep 2015 at 02:37 GMT Bree Ogle wrote:

I edited this profile, so we could see info specifically about Ralph. The other info about relatives can be moved to their profiles (if it's not already there). Image citations were put in the comment area of the particular image.

All past data can be retrieved from "changes," if needed. ... And duplicate profiles can now be merged, or recycled for use elsewhere.

On 10 Jun 2015 at 04:05 GMT Lynden (Raber) Rodriguez OCDS wrote:

De Eure-1 and Eure-63 are not ready to be merged because: There seems to be a bit of confusion with regard to De Eure-1. The Eures are a very difficult family to follow. Please refer to Richardson's Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, pages 523-530. It has greater detail and explanation for all the twists and turns of this family. The eye should be on the quality of the research, not how quickly we can merge profiles. Go more slowly, take your time in working with these profiles. Lynden Raber Rodriguez

On 20 May 2015 at 10:08 GMT RJ Horace wrote:

De Eure-1 and Eure-63 appear to represent the same person because: He married both wives, but both sets of parents are wrong. Father is Eure-78.

On 20 May 2015 at 10:07 GMT RJ Horace wrote:

De Eure-1 and Eure-63 appear to represent the same person because: He married both wives, but both sets of parents are wrong. Father is Eure-78.


Rejected matches › Ralph Eure (-aft.1378)

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