George Neville, 1st (?) Lord (Baron) Latimer/Latymer, so created 25 Feb 1431/2, PC (1439), JP (Cumberland 1437); knighted 1426, succeeded 1430 to his paternal half-uncle John Neville 6th Lord (Baron) Latimer (of Corby)'s estates; married c Feb 1436/7, as her 1st husband, Lady Elizabeth Beauchamp (b. c 1417; married 2nd, as his 2nd wife Thomas Wake and died by 2 Oct 1480), dau. 13th Earl of Warwick, and died 30 or 31 Dec 1469. [Burke's Peerage, p. 17]
George Neville, 1st Lord (Baron) Latymer, created by writ of summons 25 Feb 1431/2 PC (1439); knighted 1426; went mad by 11 June 1451, but only intermittent so he went on being called to Parliament for another 18 years; thought to support Lancastrian party; married Feb 1436/7 Elizabeth (d. by 2 Oct 1480), dau. and coheir of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick. [Burke's Peerage, p. 1640]
S260. Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Ed, Charles Mosley Ed, 1999. Page: 17, 1640. Lupton file.ged (Jul 8, 2011). Kim Ostermyer. Ancestral File: 8XHS-R1. User ID: F658F94D31CC40A2AE9515B92B2383A6FBB0
S648. Eileen McKinnon-Suggs (email@example.com). Our Kingdom Come v. Oct 10, 2004. Accessed Dec 2, 2005. Lupton file.ged (Jul 8, 2011). Kim Ostermyer. Ancestral File: 8XHS-R1. User ID: F658F94D31CC40A2AE9515B92B2383A6FBB0.
Stough Family Tree.ged Nov 1, 2011. Lindsay Coleman. Ancestry.com links from Lindsay Coleman:
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with George by comparing test results with other
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA test-takers in his direct paternal line.
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
Should the 3 extra children not be disconnected? Maybe Alice should be merged to Neville-69 (same death date and name, nothing else on that profile). The Richard and Elizabeth profiles have no information at all, so hard to find a home for them.