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de Cantelupe: Cantilupe of Abergavenny, Cantilupe Cauntelo of Cantilupe, Cantilupe of Greseley, Greasley, Cantilupe of Ilkeston, Creake of North Creake
Ca24=26=25 William de Cantilupe, Steward, Sheriff of Herefordshire d 1238
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Ca23=25 William de Cantilupe, Steward d 1250
m c1215 Milicent de Gournaidau of Hugh de Gournai
Ca22 =24 William de Cantilupe, Baron Abergavenny d 25.09.1254
m Eve de Braose d 07.1255, dau of William de Braose of Brecknock and Abergavenny
Ca21-1. Sir George de Cantilupe of Bergavenny and Haryngworth b 29.03.1252, dsp 18.10.1273
m Margaret de Lacy dau of Edmund de Lacy, 2nd Earl of Lincoln
Ca21 =23 Milicent de Cantilupe
m1 John de Montalt
m2 Eudes la Zouche a 1273
Ca21-3 Joan or Eve de Cantilupe
m Sir Henry de Hastings of Ashill d 1268
Ca22-2 Thomas de Cantilupe, Bishop of Hereford canonised
Ca22=29 Julian de Cantilupe
HY
m before 01.08.1245 Robert de Tregoz d before 24.09.1268
HY
Ca23-2. Walter de Cantilupe, Bishop of Worcester
Ca22=23 John de Cantilupe of Snitterfield
m Margaret Cummin dau of William Cummin on Snitterfield
Ca21 John de Cantilupe d c1324
m Margaret Mohun dau of John de Mohun, 6th of Dunster
Ca20-1 John Cantilupe dvpsp
Ca20 Eleanor Cantilupe
m Sir Thomas West d 01.11.1343/4
Ca23-4. Nicholas de Cantilupe of Ilkestone d before 24.09.1266
m Eustachia dau of Ralph FitzHugh, sister of Hugh FitzRalph, lord of Greseley or Greasley
A. William de Cantilupe, 1st Lord b 02.04.1262, d 1308
m1 before 1285 Maud d'Arches dsps, dau of Osbert d'Arches of Aston and Kereby
m2 Eve de Bolteby a 1313, dau of Adam de Bolteby of Ravensthorpe and Bolteby
i. William de Cantilupe, 2nd Lord b 1293, dsp
ii. Sir Nicholas de Cantilupe of Ilkeston, Greseley, etc , 3rd Lord d 31.07.1355
m1 Typhania
a. William de Cantilupe, 4th Lord Joan de Welle d after 07.1375, dau of Sir Adam de Welle of Well
BE1883 reports that William dvp but TCP reports that he outlived his sons who had held title to the family estates before him.
1 Nicholas de Cantilupe of Ilkeston, Greseley, 4th Lord b by 1343, dvpsp c1371
m Katherine d before 06.07.1375
2 Sir William de Cantilupe of Ilkeston, Greseley, 5th Lord b by 1345, dvpsp 31.03.1375
m Maud
m2 Joane dsp 16.10.1362, widow of Sir William de Kyme, Lord Kyme
Ca23-5. Thomas de Cantilupe, Lord Chancellor a 1264
Ca23=24 Isabelle de Cantilupe, possibly of this generation
m Alexander de Grene
Cr24. Robert de Creke of North Creake and Combs
m1 Agnes de Glanville dau of William de Glanville
Cr23-1. Bartholomew de Creke of North Creake and Combs
m Margery
A. Sarah de Creke
m Roger FitzPiers FitzOsbert
i. Margery d young
m
B.+ other issue dsp - Robert, Geoffrey, John
Cr23 Margaret de Creke
m John de Thorpe a c1230
Cr23-3. Isabel de Creke
m John de Valoines
m2 Richmay

Sources:
1 BE1883 Cantilupe, TCP Cauntelo, TCP Abergavenny
2 TCP Thorpe of Norfolk



from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baron_Abergavenny:
The title Baron Bergavenny or Abergavenny was created several times in the Peerage of England and once in the Peerage of Great Britain, all but the first creation being mistakes.

Abergavenny is a market town in Monmouthshire in south east Wales, with a castle.

It was first created in 1392 for Sir William de Beauchamp, a younger son of the 11th Earl of Warwick. This creation passed to his son, who succeeded as 2nd Baron, and who was subsequently created Earl of Worcester. On his death, the Earldom of Worcester became extinct, but the Barony passed to his daughter, who by modern doctrine succeeded as 3rd Baroness. She died in 1447, when the Barony decended to her son, who succeeded as 4th Baron.

In 1450, however, Sir Edward Nevill, widower of the 3rd Baroness, was summoned to Parliament as Lord Bergavenny. It has been assumed that this summons was intended to be in right of his wife, but as she was already dead and the Barony was already vested in her son by Nevill, by modern doctrine this served to create a new Barony by Writ. This second creation merged with the first creation in 1476, when the 1st Baron died and his son, the aforementioned 4th Baron of the first creation, also became 2nd Baron of the second creation.

In 1587, on the death of the 6th Baron of the first creation and 4rd Baron of the second creation, by modern doctrine both Baronies descended to his daughter, Mary, Lady Fane, wife of Sir Thomas Fane, who thus became de jure 7th and 5th Baroness. The title for it was believed at the time only to be one Barony was claimed by Edward Nevill, the heir male of the 4th and 2nd Baron, and in 1604 he was summoned to Parliament as Lord Bergavenny. As he was not entitled to either of the existing Baronies, this served to create a further Barony by Writ. By modern doctrine, the first and second creations descended to the Earls of Westmorland, heirs of the 7th and 5th Baroness, until both became abeyant on the death of the 7th Earl and 14th and 12th Baron in 1762.

The wrongful assumption that the Barony descended to heirs male continued, and this pattern heirs general being deprived of their rightful title and heirs male being summoned to Parliament, with a new title being created in the process was repeated several times, resulting in the fourth to seventh creations. The fourth and fifth creations became extinct on the death of the first holder of each, who both died without heirs, and the sixth became abeyant in 1811. The provenance of the third creation is unclear. It should be noted that none of these new creations were recognised as such at the time.

The last creation, and the only one in the Peerage of Great Britain, came in 1724, in favour of William Nevill. His son, who succeeded as 2nd Baron, was created Earl of Abergavenny in 1784, and the 5th Earl was created Marquess of Abergavenny in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1876. The Barony descended with the Earldom and then also the Marquessate both of which were limited to heirs male until 1938, when the 3rd Marquess died leaving no surviving sons but two surviving daughters, whereupon the Barony fell into abeyance between them. The heirs of those daughters, the 6th Marquess Camden and the 23rd Baron Hastings, are each co-heir to one half of the Barony.

Contents [hide]
1 Feudal Lords of Abergavenny
2 Barons Bergavenny, first creation 1392 abeyant 1762
3 Barons Bergavenny, second creation 1450 abeyant 1762
4 Barons Bergavenny, third creation 1604?
5 Barons Bergavenny, fourth creation after 16411662
6 Barons Bergavenny, fifth creation after 16661695
7 Barons Bergavenny, sixth creation 1695 abeyant 1811
8 Barons Bergavenny, seventh creation 1724 abeyant 1938
9 Traditional male-line succession

[edit] Feudal Lords of Abergavenny
Hamelin de Balun William I
Brientius de Insula d. c. 1147
Miles de Gloucester Henry I
Walter de Hereford Henry I
Henry FitzMiles Henry I
Mahel de Hereford Henry II of England
William de Hereford
Hugh de Beauchamp
William de Braose d. after 1179
William de Braose d. 9 August 1211 King John of England
Giles de Braose d. 13 November 1216
Reginald de Braose d. 1222?
William de Braose d. 2 May 1230
William de Cantelou d. 1254
George de Cantelou d. 1273
John Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings 125828 February 1313
John Hastings, 2nd Baron Hastings 12871325
Laurence Hastings, 1st Earl of Pembroke d. 1348
John Hastings, 2nd Earl of Pembroke d. 1375
John Hastings, 3rd Earl of Pembroke d. 1389

[edit] Barons Bergavenny, first creation 1392 abeyant 1762
William de Beauchamp, 1st Baron Bergavenny d. 1411
Richard de Beauchamp, 1st Earl of Worcester, 2nd Baron Bergavenny 13971422 created Earl of Worcester in 1421, which title extinct on his death
Elizabeth de Beauchamp, later Nevill, de jure 3rd Baroness Bergavenny 14151447
George Nevill, 4th and de jure 2nd Baron Bergavenny 14401492
George Nevill, 5th and de jure 3rd Baron Bergavenny d. 1535
Henry Nevill, 6th and de jure 4th Baron Bergavenny d. 1587
Mary Nevill, later Fane, 7th Baroness le Despenser, de jure 7th and 5th Baroness Bergavenny 15541626
Francis Fane, 1st Earl of Westmorland, de jure 8th and 6th Baron Bergavenny 15801629 had already been created Earl of Westmorland
Mildmay Fane, 2nd Earl of Westmorland, de jure 9th and 7th Baron Bergavenny 16021666
Charles Fane, 3rd Earl of Westmorland, de jure 10th and 8th Baron Bergavenny 16351691
Vere Fane, 4th Earl of Westmorland, de jure 11th and 9th Baron Bergavenny 16451693
Vere Fane, 5th Earl of Westmorland, de jure 12th and 10th Baron Bergavenny 16781699
Thomas Fane, 6th Earl of Westmorland, de jure 13th and 15th Baron Bergavenny 16831736
John Fane, 7th Earl of Westmorland, de jure 14th and 12th Baron Bergavenny 16851762 first and second creations abeyant on his death

[edit] Barons Bergavenny, second creation 1450 abeyant 1762
Edward Nevill, de facto 3rd and de jure 1st Baron Bergavenny d. 1476
George Nevill, 4th and de jure 2nd Baron Bergavenny 14401492 had already succeeded as 4th Baron of the first creation
Thereafter held with the first creation

[edit] Barons Bergavenny, third creation 1604?
Edward Nevill, de facto 8th and de jure 1st Baron Bergavenny 15511622
Henry Nevill, de facto 9th and de jure 2nd Baron Bergavenny d. 1641
Margaret Nevill, later Brooke, de jure 3rd Baroness Bergavenny
Thereafter to her heirs?

[edit] Barons Bergavenny, fourth creation after 16411662
John Nevill, de facto 10th and de jure 1st Baron Bergavenny 16141662 extinct on his death

[edit] Barons Bergavenny, fifth creation after 16661695
George Nevill, de facto 12th and de jure 1st Baron Bergavenny 16651695 extinct on his death

[edit] Barons Bergavenny, sixth creation 1695 abeyant 1811
George Nevill, de facto 13th and de jure 1st Baron Bergavenny d. 1721
George Nevill, de facto 14th and de jure 2nd Baron Bergavenny 17021723
Edward Nevill, de facto 15th and de jure 3rd Baron Bergavenny d. 1724 abeyant on his death
Jane Nevill, later Walter, de jure 4th Baroness Bergavenny d. 1786 abeyance terminated naturally in 1737
John Walter, de jure 5th Baron Bergavenny d. 1806
Charlotte Walter, later Senior, de jure 6th Baroness Bergavenny d. 1811 abeyant on her death

[edit] Barons Bergavenny, seventh creation 1724 abeyant 1938
William Nevill, de facto 16th and de jure 1st Baron Bergavenny d. 1744
George Nevill, 1st Earl of Abergavenny, de facto 17th and de jure 2nd Baron Bergavenny 17271785 created Earl of Abergavenny in 1784
Henry Nevill, 2nd Earl of Abergavenny, de facto 18th and de jure 3rd Baron Bergavenny 17551843
John Nevill, 3rd Earl of Abergavenny, de facto 19th and de jure 4th Baron Bergavenny 17891845
William Nevill, 4th Earl of Abergavenny, de facto 20th and de jure 5th Baron Bergavenny 17921868
William Nevill, 1st Marquess of Abergavenny, de facto 21st and de jure 6th Baron Bergavenny 18261915 created Marquess of Abergavenny in 1876
Reginald William Bransby Nevill, 2nd Marquess of Abergavenny, de facto 22nd and de jure 7th Baron Bergavenny 18531927
Henry Gilbert Ralph Nevill, 3rd Marquess of Abergavenny, de facto 23rd and de jure 8th Baron Bergavenny 18541938 abeyant on his death
Co-heirs:

David George Edward Henry Pratt, 6th Marquess Camden b. 1930 half
Delaval Thomas Harold Astley, 23rd Baron Hastings b. 1960 half

[edit] Traditional male-line succession
The succession to the notional male-line Barony of Bergavenny as it was generally assumed to be at the time was as follows:

Edward Nevill, 3rd Baron Bergavenny d. 1476 de jure 1st Baron
George Nevill, 4th Baron Bergavenny 14401492 de jure 4th and 2nd Baron
George Nevill, 5th Baron Bergavenny d. 1535 de jure 5th and 3rd Baron
Henry Nevill, 6th Baron Bergavenny d. 1587 de jure 6th and 4th Baron
Edward Nevill, 7th Baron Bergavenny d. 1589
Edward Nevill, 8th Baron Bergavenny 15511622 de jure 1st Baron
Henry Nevill, 9th Baron Bergavenny d. 1641 de jure 2nd Baron
John Nevill, 10th Baron Bergavenny 16141662 de jure 1st Baron
George Nevill, 11th Baron Bergavenny d. 1666
George Nevill, 12th Baron Bergavenny 16651695 de jure 1st Baron
George Nevill, 13th Baron Bergavenny d. 1721 de jure 1st Baron
George Nevill, 14th Baron Bergavenny 17021723 de jure 2nd Baron
Edward Nevill, 15th Baron Bergavenny d. 1724 de jure 3rd Baron
William Nevill, 16th Baron Bergavenny d. 1744 de jure 1st Baron
George Nevill, 1st Earl of Abergavenny, 17th Baron Bergavenny 17271785 de jure 2nd Baron created Earl of Abergavenny in 1784
Henry Nevill, 2nd Earl of Abergavenny, 18th Baron Bergavenny 17551843 de jure 3rd Baron
John Nevill, 3rd Earl of Abergavenny, 19th Baron Bergavenny 17891845 de jure 4th Baron
William Nevill, 4th Earl of Abergavenny, 20th Baron Bergavenny 17921868 de jure 5th Baron
William Nevill, 1st Marquess of Abergavenny, 21st Baron Bergavenny 18261915 de jure 6th Baron
Reginald William Bransby Nevill, 2nd Marquess of Abergavenny, 22nd Baron Bergavenny 18531927 de jure 7th Baron
Henry Gilbert Ralph Nevill, 3rd Marquess of Abergavenny, 23td Baron Bergavenny 18541938 de jure 8th Baron
Guy Temple Montacute Larnach-Nevill, 4th Marquess of Abergavenny, 24th Baron Bergavenny 18831954
John Henry Guy Nevill, 5th Marquess of Abergavenny, 25th Baron Bergavenny 19142000
On the death of the 5th Marquess of Abergavenny in 2000, the pretense that the Barony of Bergavenny descended to heirs male was finally dropped, and so the 6th Marquess of Abergavenny does not claim to hold it.

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