Sir Hugh de Eure formerly Eure aka d'Eure
Born about 1240 in Warkworth, Northumberland, England
Son of John (Clavering) FitzRobert and Ada (Balliol) de Balliol
Brother of Roger (Clavering) FitzJohn, Margaret Clavering, Cecilia (Clavering) Dunbar and Robert Clavering
Husband of Agnes (Bertram) de Eure — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of Ellen (Unknown) Eure — married 1273 in Northumberland, England
Father of John (Eure) de Eure
Died 1295 in Mitford, Northumberland, England
location(s): "Seated at Eure, co. Bucks.", Google Book, page XLI
Hugh's father John "was the first member of his family who was connected with Ingleby, in as much as he obtained it, along with Stokesley, on his marriage with Ada, daughter of Hugh": Google Book, page XLII
Wikipedia: Stokesley, Yorkshire
born 1240: not Google Book, page XLI
parents John fitz Robert, 3rd Baron of Warkworth (d 1240) & Ada de Balliol (d 1251): Google Book, page XLI
siblings: just Sir Robert, Knt.: Google Book, pages XX & XLI
- seven children of John & Ada (has death at Stokesley 29 July 1251 ( https://www.fusilier.co.uk/warkworth_castle/pedigree_lords_of_warkworth.gif for children of John - also has Alice m Peter fitz Herbert as John's sister)
- Roger fitz John de Baliol d1249, m Isabel
- Stephen de Baliol (or Eure), rector of Mitford 1267, 1285
- Hugh de Eure, purchased Kirkley circa 1274, father of John de Eure, lord of Stokesley, 1318
- Robert de Eure
wife: not Google Book, page XLI; not on gif for Warkworth pedigree; "Ellen ____" in MCA, EURE 2 (p 123... vol II?)
son: "Sir John de Eure, of Stokesley and Ingleby, knighted before 1307. Mar. Agnes, dau. of Sir John du Insula.": Google Book, page XLI; John died 1393: Google Book, page XLIII
died 1295: Google Book, page XLI
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Hugh de Eure, Knt., of Stokesley, Yorkshire
- born circa 1240, Stokesley, Yorkshire
- died 1295
- Father: John fitz Robert
- only source is lewis
Coat of Arms
|Quarterly or and gules,|
on a bend sable three escallops argent.
- The arms shown here are the arms of his father, John Fitz Robert, differenced with three escallops on the bend. The actual arms for Hugh de Eure are not recorded in any of the early rolls; however, his son John is recorded as using the differenced arms.
- These arms for his son can be found in the Nativity Roll (M 46) and in the Parliamentary Roll (N 1095).
- Sheriff of Norfolk, Suffolk, & Northumberland
Wife: Apparently the two wives are different versions of the same person.
- Not sure when that note was written. Wives attached as of 16 September 2019: Agnes Bertram-132 & Ellen ____.
- ↑ Douglas Richardson. Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 4 vols, ed. Kimball G. Everingham, 2nd edition (Salt Lake City: the author, 2011), volume I, page 488 CLAVERING 1.ii.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Marlyn Lewis. Entry for Sir Hugh de Eure, "Our Royal, Titled, Noble, and Commoner Ancestors" (free database online). Useful for leads; see cautions about use on the Magna Carta Project Reliable Sources page.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Cross & Jackman, 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, Ingleby Greenhow, Eng. (Parish), "The Canterbury Press, 1889 - Ingleby Greenhow (England) - 152 pages page XLI, Google Books.
- ↑ [1,2,3,4]
- ↑ 2,4
- ↑ 2,3,4,5
- ↑ Lewis
- ↑ Brault, Gerard J. Aspilogia II: Rolls of Arms of Edward I, 1272-1307. (London, 1967): pages 33, 66.
- ↑ Brault, Gerard J. Aspilogia III: Rolls of Arms of Edward I, 1272-1307, 2 vol. (London, 1997): vol. 1 page 501; vol. 2 page 157.
- ↑ See also: Aspilogia.com website. Images of the Nativity Roll M46 and the Parliamentary Roll (N 1095).
- Blackburne, J. (1889). 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, (pp. XLII). Cross & Jackman. Google Books.
- N.a. Pedigree of the Lords of Warkworth, (n.d.). www.fusilier.co.uk Photo (accessed 2 July 2020).
- Richardson, D (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry, (2ed, Vol. I, pp. 487-488.)
- Richardson, D (2011) Magna Carta Ancestry,(2ed, Vol. II, pp. 123-124, 219-220, 523). Google Books.
- Richardson, D. (2013). Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, (Vol. I, pp. 380). Kimball G. Everingham, Ed. Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
- Richardson, D. (2013). Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, (Vol. II, p. 219-220, 523). Salt Lake City, Utah. 2013.
- Richardson, Douglas. Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 4 vols, ed. Kimball G. Everingham. 2nd edition. Salt Lake City: the author, 2011. See also WikiTree's source page for Magna Carta Ancestry.
- See also:
- Wikipedia: Stokesley, North Yorkshire
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