Surnames/tags: Mautravers Maltravers Matravers
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The following tree is compiled using Collectanea topographica et genealogica 1836, J. S. Bothwell Fourteenth Century England, John Burke's–A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and Scotland, Extinct, Dormant, and in Abeyance (Google eBook). Рипол Классик, and The Strife of the Roses and Days of the Tudors in the West as sources to connect to these Wikitree profiles. Please do not remove, using this tree to help merge the duplicates on Wikitree. amb
- Walter II Maltravers-34 (d. aft 1193) lord of Sumerford
- John of Welcombe Maltravers-33 (abt 1140—d. bef. 1201) m Alice ___ (she married Walter Turberville abt 1201)
John Mautravers of Lytchett Matravers (d. 1296) had the following children:
- Sir John (Sr.) Maltravers Maltravers-6 (1266 — 1316) and Millicent (see photo):
- John Maltravers-5 1st Lord Maltravers (c. 1290 — 1365).
- Alice (c. 1270) m. Elias Giffard of Brimsfield. (Some sources have this couple identical to Isolda that also married an Elias Giffard, yet the dates are inconsistent. With multiple generations of John Mautravers' AND multiple generations of Elias Giffard's this is an ongoing search for information. So I am still searching.)
- Robert (birth c. 1294—1321) m. Lucy de Braose, daughter of Giles de Braose and Beatrice daughter of John de St. Eloria/Elena (aka, John de St. Helen, lord of Long Wittenham (Berks.)).
- John Maltravers. (c. 1321)
- Matilda Maud (b. 1296) m. John de Lenham.
John Maltravers-5 1st Lord Maltravers (c. 1290 — 1365) had two sons named John.
- son by Eva Berkeley-58, daughter of Maurice Lord Berkeley: John (Jr.) Maltravers-3 K.B. (d. 1350) m. Wensliana:
- son by Agnes Bereford-2 daughter of William Bereford: John of Hooke and Crowell Mautravers-6** married to Elizabeth Cifrewast.
- John of Hooke Mautravers-5 married Elizabeth d'Aumarle (her second husband was Humprhey Stafford I)
- Matilda (Maud) m. 1st: Peter de la Mare, 2nd (1396): John Dinham, III (1359—1428).
- Elizabeth (d. 1420) m. 1st Humphrey Stafford II (her step-brother) and 2nd Edmund Cheney of Broke.
- Anne Cheney-149 daughter of Edmund
- John of Melbury.
Photo #1 source: Collectanea Topographica Et Genealogica, Volume 6. pp. 334-335, 1840.**
Photo #2 source: Collectanea topographica et genealogica. By Collectanea topographica et genealogica, pp. 78-79' 1836.
** In Collectanea Topographica Et Genealogica, Volume 6. printed 1840, John Mautravers of Hooke and Crowell, son of John and Agnes is given another set of parents. In Fourteenth Century England, Volume 4, 2006, he is listed as the son of Baron John Mautravers, KB and Agnes Beresford.
*** For further research on family members:
Some corrections and additions to the Complete Peerage: Volume 11: Summary
Volume 11, page 103 (as corrected in volume 14):
William (de Ros), Lord Ros (d. 1414):
Eleanor, the mother of his wife, Margaret, was the daughter and coheir of John Mautravers (d. 1348/9), son and heir apparent of John, Lord Mautravers (d. 1363/4).
Some corrections and additions to the Complete Peerage: Volume 11: Ros
ROS or ROOS OF HELMSLEY
Volume 11, page 103 (as corrected in volume 14):
He [William (de Ros), Lord Ros (d. 1414)] m. (lic. 9 Oct. 1394) Margaret, da. of |Sir John DE ARUNDEL [1st LORD ARUNDEL] (d. 1379), by Eleanor, yr. da. and coh. of John (MAUTRAVERS), LORD MAUTRAVERS (d. 1364), which Eleanor, about 1397, became de jure, according to modern doctrine, suo jure BARONESS MAUTRAVERS.
[This error was pointed out independently by Leo van de Pas in March 2002 and by Adrian Channing in July 2002.]
- ↑ Parishes: Crowell, A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 8: Lewknor and Pyrton hundreds (1964), pp. 80-91. URL: Date accessed: 10 May 2014.
- ↑ Collectanea topographica et genealogica, p. 78, 1836.
- Collectanea topographica et genealogica 1836
- Collectanea Topographica Et Genealogica, Volume 6, 1840.
- Bothwell, J. S., Agnes Maltravers and her husband John: Rebel Wives, Seperate Lives and Conjugal Visits in Medieval England, Fourteenth Century England, Volume 4. J. S. Hamilton. Boydell Press, Jan 1, 2006.
- Burke's, A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and Scotland, Extinct, Dormant, and in Abeyance (Google eBook). John Burke. Рипол Классик
- The Strife of the Roses and Days of the Tudors in the West
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