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Clavering 1: Clavering of Clavering, Clavering of Horsford, Clavering of Warkworth
Roger FitzRichard of Warkworth a temp Henry II who r. 1154-1189
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BE1883 & Commoners Roger as son of Richard FitzEustace. But TCP Vescy has a note: "That Richard FitzEustace was the father of Roger FitzRichard, lord of Warkworth, 2nd husband of Alice de Vere, was proved to be a fallacy by Round in Essex Arch. Soc, Trans., N.S., vol. iii, p.248."
m1 Alianor or Adeliza dau of Henry of Essex, lord of Raleigh
1. Robert FitzRoger of Warkworth, Clavering, Horsford, Sheriff of Northumberland, Norfolk, and Suffolk d 22.11.1214
Visitation Cheshire, 1580, Barons of Halton suggests that Robert was brother of John de Lacy, 1st Earl of Lincoln. We ignore that as it is just a variation of the idea that his father was son of Richard FitzEustace who was great-grandfather of that John.
m Margaret de Cheney dau of William de Cheney of Horsford, widow of Hugh de Cressey
A. John FitzRobert de Warkworth and Clavering d 1240 §C
m Ada de Baliol dau of Hugh de Baliol of Barnard Castle
TCP Clavering starts with ...
i. Roger FitzJohn de Clavering of Clavering, Warkworth and Horsford d 1249
Not mentioned by TCP, BE1883 or Commoners but kindly identified by a site visitor JB, 21.04.06 as Roger's wife was ...
m Isabel de Dunbar a 1269, dau of Patrick, 6th Earl of Dunbar
Cl24 Robert FitzRoger de Clavering of Clavering, Warkworth and Horsford, 1st Lord FitzRoger b c1248, d 1310
m Margery de la Zouche
Cl23-1 John FitzRobert de Clavering, 2nd Lord Clavering b c1266/70, d 1331/2
m 1278 Hawise de Tibetot b c1266, d before 14.04.1345, dau of Robert de Tibetot
A Eve de Clavering b c1305, d 20.09.1369
m1 Thomas Audley b 1288, dvpsp 16.01.1307/8
m2 before 02.12.1308 Sir Thomas de Ufford d Bannockburn 24.06.1314
p/m3. Sir James Audley cousin of the above Thomas
i issue - Sir James, Sir Peter identified in Visitation Cheshire, 1580, Egerton
m4. before 1342 Sir Robert de Benhall, Lord Benhale dsp by 1404
Cl23-2 Sir Alan de Clavering of Callaly and Yatlington d c02.1328
m Isabella Riddell dau of William Riddell of Tilmouth
Cl23 Euphemia de Clavering
Y
m Ralph de Nevill, 1st Lord of Raby d 1331
Y
Cl23-4+ other issue all dsp - Edmund, Alexander, Robert, Henry, Roger
b. Eufemia de Clavering d 1288 identified by a site visitor JB, 21.04.06
m1 William Comyn of Kilbride
m2 Sir Andrew de Moravia of Bothwell d 1289
ii. Hugh FitzJohn de Eure d 1295
m Agnes Bertram
iii. Robert FitzJohn de Eure ancestor of Eures of Axholm, Lincolnshire
B. Alice
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m Piers Peter FitzHerbert of Alcester and Berstaple d 1235
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m2 Alice Adeliza de Vere dau of Aubrey de Vere of Great Addington and Drayton, Chamberlain
2. Alice 'de Vere' identified in TCP vol X, appendix J, p. 118
m John, Constable of Chester
This can't be John FitzRichard of Halton, later de Lacy of Pontfract, Constable of Chester, as he was her uncle.

Sources: BE1883 Clavering, Commoners vol I, Clavering of Callaly + 'The Titular Barony of Clavering' by G. Blacker Morgan privately printed in 1891 + TCP Clavering.
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