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Margaret (Plantagenet) Marshal (abt. 1320 - 1399)

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Margaret "Duchess and Countess of Norfolk, Countess Marshal, Lady of Striguil" Marshal formerly Plantagenet aka Brotherton
Born about in Brotherton Castle, Yorkshire, Englandmap
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Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk

alias: Margaret Brotherton; Margaret Marshall

WikiTree.com -- Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk (c.1320 - 24 Mar 1399),[2] was the eldest daughter of Thomas of Brotherton. Her brother Edward, pre-deceased their father, so she and her remaining sibling, Alice of Norfolk,[3] were co-heirs ... with the earldom of Norfolk falling into abeyance, between them.[4] While Alice did have issue, documentation muddles the exact number of children. She had at least one proven child: Joan, Baroness Montecute,[5] who had no surviving children ... leaving Margaret, the sole heiress.[6]


Margaret was married twice. First to John Segrave ... then Walter, Lord Manny, K.G.[7][8][9] Both men gave her children.[10]


She's the only woman to serve as Earl Marshal, and was created Duchess of Norfolk for life, on 29 September 1397.[11]

Contents

Vitals

bur. Church of the Carthusian Monks of the Charter House, London (founded by Walter, Lord Manny in 1371;[12] dissolved 1537)[13][1]

Parents

Thomas of Brotherton[14] m.2 Alice de Hales (d. in/ante 1330)

Marriage

m.1 (1335) John Segrave, 4th Baron Segrave[15] (d.1353)

  • John de Segrave (d. ante 01 Apr 1353)
m. (abt 1349) Blanche Mowbray
  • Elizabeth de Segrave, 5th Baroness Segrave
m. (abt 1349) John de Mowbray, 4th Baron Mowbray[16]


m.2 (ante 30 May 1354) Sir Walter Mauny / Manny, KG (d. 08 or 13 Jan 1371/2).[17][18] Issue

  • Anne, Baroness Manny
m. John Hastings, 2nd Earl of Pembroke[19]

Occupation

  • Earl Marshal (only woman to serve in this position)[20][21]

Death

(Royal Ancestry) Margaret Marshal, Duchess and Countess of Norfolk, died 24 March 1398/9, and was buried in the choir of the Church of the Grey Friars, London.

Sources

  • Royal Ancestry 2013 Vol. IV p. 263-266

Dallaway, J. (1830). A history of the western division of the county of Sussex, (Vol. 2, Part 2, pp. 182). T. Bensley. Google Books.


House of Lords, (1900). Journals of the House of Lords, (Vol.132). Parliament. GB: H.M. Stationery Office. Google Books.


Joseph, C.B. (n.d.). The History of the Noble House of Stourton, of Stourton, in the County of Wilts. Google Books.


Nicolas, N.H. & Courthope, W. (1857). The Historic Peerage of England, (pp.351). John Murray. Google Books.


Roberts, G.B. (2009). Ancestors of American Presidents. New England Historic Genealogical Society. Boston.


Roberts, G.B. (2008). The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States, (pp. 307, 349, 356). Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. Space: The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants.


"Sheriffs for the county of Merioneth," (1847). Archaeologia Cambrensis: A Record of the Antiquities of Wales and Its Marches and the Journal of the Cambrian Archaeological Association, 2(6), pp. 126. W. Pickering. Google Books.


Wikipedia: Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk


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  1. (disputed) Minories (Catalogue of Honor); (disputed) Grey Friars, London (Cokayne, n.d. Complete Peerage.)[1]; Wikipedia: London Charterhouse


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On 4 Sep 2015 at 20:05 GMT Bree Ogle wrote:

To Do: add in details about her attempt to divorce John Segrave to be with Walter Manny.

On 27 Feb 2012 at 13:45 GMT Lindsay (Stough) Tyrie wrote:

This profile is a work-in-progress. Under the developing rules on historically-significant ancestors over 300-years-old supervisors are doing expedited merges. We need one manager to take primary responsibility for each profile. Management rights and/or trusted status may be terminated per policy. Please see http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Historically-significant_ancestors for more details. Please feel free to contact me with any questions as well. Thanks!




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