John, died 15 Dec. 1379 Marshal of England 1377; summoned to parliament 4 Aug 1377 by writ Johanni de Arundell ( served1st to 3rd Richard II). * married Eleanor Mautravers
Thomas Arundel - Bishop of Ely, Archbishop of York, Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Chancellor of England. He crowned King Henry IV in Westminster Abbey in 1399. He crowned Henry V in Westminster Abby in 1413. 
Joane married Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford
Alice married Thomas Holand, 2nd Earl of Kent 
Mary (d. before 1376) m. John, Lord Strange, of Blackmere. Mary Is not recognized by Douglas Richardson. We show Mary as Richard's sister.
Eleanor (d. before 1376) married Robert, son of William de Ufford, Earl of Suffolk. Is not recognized by Douglas Richardson
Eleanor de Arundel, daughter of Richard FitzAlan and Unknown mistress, married about 1348 John de Bereford. They had no children. She died before her husband, who died in 1356.
Death and burial of Sir Richard de Arundel
"Sir Richard de Arundel, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, died at Arundel 24 Jan. 1375/6. He left a will dated 5 Dec. 1375, proved 22 October 1376. He and his wife Eleanor, were buried at Lewes Priory, Sussex.
Note. Lewes Priory was more formally known as the Priory of St. Pancras.
"The Arundel Tomb in the North Aisle of Chichester Cathedral was brought from Lewes Priory after its dissolution in 1537. It is a tomb chest, with on top the recumbent figures of Richard Fitzalan, earl of Arundel and his second wife, Eleanor of Lancaster. On the side of the tomb are shields. Originally the whole tomb was probably painted, with the figures resplendent and the shields showing the coats of arms of the couple." The memorial effigy of Eleanor and Richard Fitz Alan was the inspiration for Philip Larkin's "An Arundel Tomb" written in 1964 (this blog has "An Arundel Tomb" and several images; see also Chicester Cathedral's page on the Arundel Tomb).
1326: Father's execution deprives him of succession to title and estates.
1330-31: Restored by parliament ... Earl of Arundel
14th Edward III : embarked in French wars
1330: after Mortimer's fall of Mortimer, petitioned to be reinstated, and, after some delay, was restored in blood and to the greater part of Earl Edmund's possessions (_Rot. Parl._ ii. 50). But forbidden to avenge father by private war against John Charlton, first lord Charlton of Powys (_ib._ ii. 60).
1331: obtained castle of Arundel from heirs of Edmund, earl of Kent.
1334: received Mortimer's castle of Chirk; made justice of North Wales
Arundel took a conspicuous part in nearly every important war of Edward III's long reign.
1336: After surrendering 'hereditary right' to stewardship of Scotland to Edward for a thousand marks, he was made in 1337 joint commander of the English army in the north.
Early 1338: he and Salisbury incurred no small opprobrium by their signal failure to capture Dunbar
25 April: elevated to sole command, with full powers to treat with the Scots for truce or peace, of which he availed himself to conclude a truce, as his duty now compelled him to follow the king to Brabant, where he landed at Antwerp on 13 Dec.
Jan 1340 parliament: nominated admiral of ships at Portsmouth and the west that were to assemble at Mid Lent
24 June: comported himself 'loyaly and nobly' at the Battle of Sluys, and was one of the commissioners sent by Edward from Bruges in July to acquaint parliament with news and to explain to it king's financial necessities
Later the same year he took part in siege of Tournay
1342: at feast given by Edward III in honor of Countess of Salisbury;  Warden of the Scottish marches in conjunction with the Earl of Huntingdon; Oct: accompanied Edward to Brittany, and was left to besiege Vannes while the bulk of the army advanced to Rennes.
Jan 1343: truce put an end to the siege, and in July Arundel was sent on a mission to Avignon.
1344: appointed, with Henry, earl of Derby, lieutenant of Aquitaine, where the French war had broken out; and at the same time was commissioned to treat with Castile, Portugal, and Aragon
February 1345 - 47: reappointed admiral of the west
1346: accompanied Edward on his great expedition to northern France (Froissart, iii. 130), and commanded the second of the three divisions into which the English host was divided at Crecy He was afterwards with Edward at the siege of Calais
1348 and 1350: commissions to treat with pope at Avignon
1350: took part in the famous naval battle with the Spaniards off Winchelsea
1351: employed in Scotland to arrange for a final peace and the ransom of King David
1354: negotiator of a proposed truce with France, at a conference held under papal mediation at Guines (_ib._ iii. 253), but on the envoys proceeding to Avignon (_ib._ iii. 283), to obtain the papal ratification, it was found that no real settlement had been arrived at, and Innocent VI was loudly accused of treachery (_Cont. Murimuth, p. 184). In 1355 Arundel was one of the regents during the king's absence from England
1357: negotiating in Scotland
1358: embassy head to Wenzel, duke of Luxembourg (_ib._ iii. 392).
August 1360: joint commissioner in completing ratifications of treaty of Bretigny.
1362: a commissioners to prolong truce with Charles of Blois
1364: engaged in diplomacy (_ib._ iii. 747).
The declining years of Arundel's life were spent in comparative seclusion from public affairs.
1365: maliciously cited to papal court by William de Lenne, foreign bishop of Chichester, with whom he was on bad terms. Supported by Edward in resistance to the bishop, whose temporalities were ultimately siezed by the crown. He now perhaps enlarged the castle of Arundel
1372: last military exploit - perhaps his share in expedition for relief of Thouars.
after 1353: possessed vast wealth, especially when he succeeded, by right of his mother, to earldom of Warenne or Surrey. frequently aided Edward III in financial difficulties by large advances ... in 1370 Edward was more than twenty thousand pounds in his debt. Yet at his death Arundel left behind over ninety thousand marks in ready money, nearly half of which was stored up in bags in the high tower of Arundel, where is a curious inventory of all his personal property at his death.
One of Arundel's last acts was to become, with Bishop William of Wykeham, a general attorney for John of Gaunt during his journey to Spain (_Fdera_, iii. 1026).
↑ 1.01.1 Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 5 vols., ed. Kimball G. Everingham (Salt Lake City, Utah: the author, 2013), Vol. II p. 606-610; Vol. III p. 486
↑ restored 1331 (confirmation 1351 and 1354), getting Arundel Castle back also Dec 1330-31 from the widow of Edmund Earl of Kent
↑ after death of maternal uncle the 8th Earl of Surrey's widow 31 Aug 1361, Richard assumed title
↑ Tout: had castle of Arundel -- given to Edmund, Earl of Kent, the king's uncle -- rendered to him, thus became 9th earl; "FITZALAN, RICHARD II, Earl of Arundel and Warenne (1307?-1376), son of Edmund Fitzalan, earl of Arundel, and his wife, Alice Warenne, was born not before 1307.
↑ Will date: 5 Dec 1375. Complete Peerage I:242-4, XIV:38, transcribed by Dave Utzinger; Tout: died 24 Jan. 1376. will dated 5 Dec. 1375: directed that his body should be buried without pomp in the chapter-house of Lewes priory, by the side of his second wife, and founded a perpetual chantry in the chapel of St. George's within Arundel Castle (Nicolas, _Testamenta Vetusta_, pp. 94-6); Will of Richard (c1313-1376) 10th Lord Arundal is in Testamenta Vetusta, the editor thereof states that the only issue he had by Isabel le Despencer was a daughter Philippa who married Sir Richard Serjeaux of Cornwall, knigh; Will states issue as Richard; Thomas [Ed. Bishop of Ely]; John [Ed. Maltravers]; Joane [Ed. wife of Humphrey Bohun, KG, earl of Hereford] and Alice [Ed. married Thomas Holland earl of Kent]. Also makes bequests to Henry and Edward, younger sons of my son John [Lord Maltravers] and also William another of his sons. [Ref: Adrian Channing msg to SGM]
↑ eldest son Edmund FitzAlan, 9th Earl of Arundel (8th Earl of Arundel per Ancestral Roots) and Alice de Warenne. Maternal grandparents: William de Warenne and Joan de Vere. William was the only son of John de Warenne, 7th Earl of Surrey.
↑ Tout: cements alliance between his father and favorites of Edward II (Tout); Father: Hugh le Despenser the younger, [Lord le Despenser 1st Lord (Baron) le Despenser 29 July 1314 creation] and Eleanor, daughter and co-heir of Gilbert [de Clare], Earl of Gloucester.
↑ papal annulment 1344 on the grounds of his minority and of his never willingly consented to the match.
↑ Tout: 1345: repudiated wife, Isabella, on the ground that he had never consented to marriage, and, having obtained papal recognition of nullity, married Eleanor, widow of Lord Beaumont, and daughter of Henry, 3rd earl of Lancaster. This may have prevented him sharing in the warlike exploits of his new brother-in-law, Derby, in Aquitaine.
↑ daughter of William Montagu, Earl of Salisbury; Knighted 1352, living 1377; note names 2 dau: Philippa, dau of Edmund ... granddaughter of Richard, and Isabel, was to be named Mary & was a dau of Richard's father Edmund, making her a sister of Richard; 1345 divorced; errors in Complete Peerage: Arundel; Vol 1, pp. 244, note b (corrected in vol 14): By Isabel, Richard Fitz Alan, 10th Earl of Arundel (d.1375/6) had 2 children. (1) Edmund m., before July 1349, Sibyl, da. of William (Montagu), Earl of Salisbury (2) Isabel m. John, 4th Lord Strange of Blackmere
Proposed correction to Complete Peerage, with comment: "in none of the documents bearing on the case [the divorce of Richard from Isabel] is there a mention of daughters". Richard and Isabel later claimed conception of their son was a result of being forced by violence to cohabit. ... The wife of John, 4th Lord Strange of Blackmere, was called Mary not Isabel (see Complete Peerage, volume 12, part 1, p.344), and was a daughter of Edmund, the 9th earl, not Richard, the 10th (see further details at "Some corrections and additions..." at "Some Notes on Medieval English Genealogy").
↑ live-in mistress before marriage; dau Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancaster and Maud de Chaworth; widow of John, 2nd Baron Beaumont; died 24 Jan 1375/6." [Burke's Peerage]; 1st cousin to his 1st wife, and 2nd cousin once removed to the Earl, died 11 Jan 1372, at Arundel; buried Lewes; born abt 1311, Grismond Castle, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales. died 11 Jan 1372. Married Arundel, Shropshire
↑ "His lordship died in 1376, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Richard Fitz-Alan, 10th [11th] Earl of Arundel." [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 200, Fitz-Alan, Earls of Arundel, Barons Maltravers]
↑ Dec that year obtained restitution of the Castle and Honour of Arundel from widow of John, Earl of Kent, becoming Earl of Arundel
↑ next year had grant of inheritance of that castle, with all territories thereunto belonging, being part of the possessions of Roger Mortimer, the attainted Earl of March; ... soon after made gov of Porchester Castle, and the same year had a command in wars of Scotland, where he continued engaged for some years.
Sources: [Rymer's Fdera, vol. iii, Record edit.; Rolls of Parl. vol. ii.; Dugdale's Baronage, i. 316-18; Doyle's Official Baronage, i. 71-2; Froissart's Chroniques, vols. i-iv. ed. Luce (Société de l'Histoire de France); Murimuth and his Cont. (Engl. Hist. Soc.); Knighton in Twysden, Decem Scriptores; Tierney's Hist. of Arundel, pp. 225-240.) T. F. T.* [Ref: DNB, Editors, Leslie Stephen & Sidney Lee, MacMillan Co, London & Smith, Elder & Co., NY, 1908, vol. vii, pp. 96-8]
↑ Tout: in subsequent campaigns. at siege of Vannes, relief of Thouars, and Battle of Crécy. frequently employed in diplomatic missions, and was esteemed one of the most eminent generals and statesmen of the era.
↑ Tout: These grants were subsequently more than once confirmed (_ib._ ii. 226, 256).
↑ Tout: his large estates in that region gave him considerable local influence.
Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. 1-20, 22. indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors - Stephen, Sir Leslie, ed.
FamilySearch (TM) International Genealogical Index v5.0, Intellectual Reserve, Inc., (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints http://www.familysearch.org), Film 458136, Film 1239635, Page 690, Ref 23195, Film 458041, Film 170416, Page 699, Ref 26885.
This profile is part of a project-approved/badged trail to Quincy & de Vere from at least one Gateway Ancestor.
Re-review needed: Profile seems to have a bit of duplication and could be better presented. This section needs to identify the start of the trail - the Gateway Ancestor(s). ~ Noland-165 14:08, 14 February 2018 (EST)
See Base Camp for more information about Magna Carta trails.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Richard by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
Additional reference for Richard FitzAlan 9th Earl of Arundel=Elizabeth le Despencer to Edmund FitzAlan=Sybil Montagu to Philippa FitzAlan=Sir Richard Sergeaux to Philippa Sergeaux=Sir Robert Pashley to Anne Pashley=Edward Tyrrell to Philippa Tyrrell=Thomas Cornwallis to William Cornwallis=Elizabeth Stanford to Sir John Cornwallis=Mary Sulyard is Anderson, Gary Boyd. The Royal Descents of 900 Immigrants to the American Colonies, Quebec, or the United States in 2 vols. (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 2018). Vol I, pp. 508-509.
Do there need to be two of the same images for Richard FitzAlan (Images 1 and 2)?
Also, I think the Image 6 is incorrect. The COA for this Richard FitzAlan is quartered with lion in upper left and lower right, and yellow and blue checkered filed in the upper right and lower left. Please let me know if you want me to delete and replace Image 6 with the correct COA. Thank you!
Odd that anyone should claim copyright on the Coat of Arms, I was under the impression that it was property of the Crown, and issued under license through the Royal College of Arms. Perhaps they mean copyright on the actual photo.