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FITZALAN FAMILY
Alan (Seneschal & Dapifer of Dol)
b 1020, Dol-et-Bretagne, Isle De Vilaine, France
Married: ¿?
Children:
1. Alan FITZALAN (Dapifer of Dol) (b. 1056 - d. 1097)
2. Flathald (Flaald) FITZALAN of DOL (B. St. Floren)
3. Rhiwallon FITZALAN (Abbott St Floren)

Flathald (Flaald) FITZALAN of DOL (B. St. Floren)
b 1046, Dol-et-Bretagne, Isle De Vilaine, France
Father: Alan (Seneschal & Dapifer of Dol)
Mother: ¿?
Married: Domina NORTON
Children:
1. Alan FITZFLAALD (B. Oswaldestre, Salop, and Mileham)

Alan FITZFLAALD (B. Oswaldestre, Salop, and Mileham)
b ABT 1085, Shropshire, England
Acceded: ABT 1070, Oswestry, Shropshire, England
d c 1114
Notes: having participated in the Conquest, obtained by the gift of King William the Conqueror, the barony and castle of Oswaldestre, Salop, and Milcham, Norfolk, some of which belonged to Meredith, Prince of Powys ap Bleddyn, King of Powys. He received the shreivalty of Shropshire from King Henry I. While his parentage is more or less obscure, there is evidence to show that Flaald, his father, lived in Brittany and was a brother of Alain, seneschal of Dol, descended from the old Armonican counts of Dol and Dinan. Alain Fitz Flaald was also the father or grandfather of William Fitzalan, steward to David I, King of Scotland, ancestor of the Stuarts, kings of that country. Alain Fitz Flaald was also the father of William Fitzalan, to whom Henry II gave in second marriage Isabel De Say, baroness of Clun, the greatest heiress of Shropshire. He was ancestor of John Fitzalan, who married Isabel, sister and co-heiress of Hugh d'Albigny. Upon a division of Hugh's property at his death in 1243, the castle of Arundel was assigned to John, son of the aforementioned John and Isabel, who thus became the first Earl of eventually passed to Mary, daughter and heiress of Henry Fitzalan, who carried it, together Arundel of the Fitzalan line. This property with the earldom and the barony of Maltravers, to her husband Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, in which family it still remains. Alain Fitz Flaald and his wife Adeline were benefactors to priory of Castle Acre, early in the reign of Henry I. The Complete Peerage vol.V,pp.391-392.
Father: Flathald (Flaald) FITZALAN of DOL (B. St. Floren)
Mother: Domina NORTON
Married: Adeline WARINE De HESDIN (B. Warine) (dau. and heir of Warine, Sheriff of Shropshire)
Children:
1. William FITZALAN (B. Oswestry)
2. Walter FITZALAN (1º High Steward of Scotland)
3. Simon (Jordon) FITZALAN (Dapifer of Dol)
4. Jordan FITZALAN


William FITZALAN (B. Oswestry)
b 1105/1110, Oswestry, Shropshire, England
Died: BEF 1166 / ABT 1172 / 1177
Notes: in the contest between Stephen and the Empress Maud, being then Governor of Shrewsbury and Sheriff of the county of Salop, held the castle at Shrewsbury for the latter, until it was taken by assault. He was also with the Empress at the siege of Winchester Castle, in the 6th year of Stephen, when she and her whole army were put to flight; afterwards, continuing to adhere stoutly to the same cause, he was reconstituted Sheriff of Salop, when King Henry attained the crown. In the 12th year of Henry II, upon the assessment, in aid of marrying the King's daughter, certified his knight's fees to be in number thirty-five and a half.
Father: Alan FITZFLAALD (B. Oswaldestre, Salop, and Mileham)
Mother: Adeline WARINE De HESDIN (B. Warine)
Married 1: Christian FITZROBERT ABT 1135
Children:
1. Christian FITZALAN
Married 2: Helen PEVERELL (b. ABT 1110)
Children:
2. William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire)


Christian FITZALAN
Father: William FITZALAN (B. Oswestry)
Mother: Christian FITZROBERT
Married: Hugh PANTULFF


William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire)
b 1136/7, Owestrie, Shropshire, England
Died: 1214
Notes: served from the 2nd year of King Richard I, until the 3rd year of John, inclusive. He died in 1214, and was succeeded by his eldest son, William.
Father: William FITZALAN (B. Oswestry)
Mother: Helen PEVERELL
Married 1: Isabel SAY (B. Cluny) (b. ABT 1141 - d. ABT 1199) (dau. and heir of Helias De Say, niece of Robert Say, E. Gloucester)
Children:
1. William FITZALAN (3° B. Cluny)
2. John FITZALAN (B. Cluny and Oswestry)
3. Robert FITZALAN De Eaton
4. Agnes FITZALAN
5. Petronelle FITZALAN
6. Alianore FITZALAN
7. Dau. FITZALAN
8. Roger FITZALAN (b. ABT 1166)
9. Richard FITZALAN
10. Edmund FITZALAN
Married 2: Mary ERINGTES (dau. of Thomas De Eringtes)


Agnes FITZALAN
b ABT 1170, Arundel, Essex, England
Father: William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire)
Mother: Isabel SAY (B. Cluny)
Married: Phillip De KYME

Petronelle FITZALAN
b ABT 1172, Arundel, Essex, England
Father: William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire)
Mother: Isabel SAY (B. Cluny)
Married: Walter De DUSTANVILLE


Alianore FITZALAN
b ABT 1174, Arundel, Essex, England
Father: William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire)
Mother: Isabel SAY (B. Cluny)
Married: James BUTLER


William FITZALAN (3° B. Cluny)
b ABT 1162/3, Arundel, Essex, England
Died: 19 Apr 1216
Father: William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire)
Mother: Isabel SAY (B. Cluny)
Married: Mary De LACY
Children:
1. Dau. FITZALAN

Dau. FITZALAN
b ABT 1168, Arundel, Essex, England / ABT 1200
Notes: Not sure about her Parents.
Father: William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire) / William FITZALAN (3° B. Cluny)
Mother: Isabel SAY (B. Cluny) / Mary De LACY
Married: Walter De PERSHALE
Children:
1. Adam De PERSHALE

Robert FITZALAN De Eaton
Father: William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire)
Mother: Isabel SAY (B. Cluny)
Married: ¿?
Children:
1. Peter De EYTON

John FITZALAN (B. Cluny and Oswestry)
b ABT 1164, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: Mar 1239/40, England
Notes: took up arms with the other barons against King John; but upon the accession of King Henry, having had letters of safe conduct to come in and make his peace, he had livery of the lands of his inheritance, upon paying, however, a fine of 10,000 marks.
Father: William FITZALAN (Sheriff of Shropshire)
Mother: Isabel SAY (B. Cluny)
Married 1: Isabella D'AUBIGNY ABT 1222
Children:
1. John FITZALAN (1º E. Arundel)
Married 2: Hawise BLANCMINSTER


John FITZALAN (1º E. Arundel)
b May 1223, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: 10 Nov 1267
Notes: In the 28th year of Henry III, upon the division made of the property of Hugh De Albini, E. Arundel, then made, had the castle of Arundel assigned to him for his principal seat, thus becoming the 5th E. Arundel; and soon after that, in consideration of 1,000 pounds fine, had livery of his own castles of Clun, Blancminster, and Schrawurthen. In the 42nd year of Henry III, he was made captain-general of all the forces designated for guarding the Welsh marches. He was on a commission to sign a truce with Llewellyn ap Griffith, Jun 1259. He was made Keeper of Salop and Stafford, Dec 1263. He fought at Lewes for the King on 14 May 1264. On  18 Sep 1264, he and others besieged Pevensey Castle, and captured enemies of the King. A mandate was issued to Simon De Montfort, son of the E. Leicester, to take security from John Fitzalan, who was under suspicion, either his son as hostage or Arundel Castle. This mandate insisted that he deliver one or the other to Simon, 26 Apr 1265. He was made Keeper of Sussex, where he was to stay and arrest disturbers, 18 Apr 1266, and to repress disturbances there, 27 Jan 1267. In the baronial war, he appears first to have sided with the barons, and afterwards with the King. He held five knight's fees in Sussex, and lands as Oswestry, Salop, etc. His wife held in dower part of Arundel Forest, 5 Jul 1281.
Father: John FITZALAN (B. Cluny and Oswestry)
Mother: Isabella D'AUBIGNY
Married: Maud De VERDON (C. Arundel)
Children:
1. John FITZALAN (2º E. Arundel)
2. Ralph De ARUNDEL (Lord of Ablominster)
3. Matilda FITZALAN (b. 1244 - d. 1309)

John FITZALAN (2º E. Arundel)
b 14 Sep 1246, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: Friday BEF 25 Mar 1272 / 18 Mar 1272
Notes: According to "Knights of Edward I", the following events took place: "Ceded North Liddebiry Manor, of the Bishopic of Hereford, which he occupied during the disturbances, and has retained, Apr 2, 1269". Received pardon on 100 marks fine of all his debts to Hagin fil. Master Mosseus, a Jew of London, 1 Jan 1271. He died holding Arundel Castle and borough, and 25 knight's fees in Sussex, with Oswestry and Clune Castles, Salop, and leaving a son and heir, Richard. His widow, Isabel, daughter of Roger De Mortimer of Wigmore, is frequently mentioned. She had the care of the children of John, E. Surrey, and the King committed to her Farnham Castle, 11 Mar 1268, and she had also Porchester Castle, but ceded same on 7 Dec 1270. She had one-third of Arundel Forest, but not the bucks and does, as part of her dower, 3 Oct 1272 and 18 Oct 1273. She renders 200 pounds for the farm of Oswestry and the Hundred, 28 Apr 1279, and had livery of Arundel Castle and Honor at 100 pounds rent, May 276, 1280, and of Oswestry Castle, 14 Nov 1280, in minority of the heir. She married on 4 Apr 1283 (2) Ralph De Arderne; and on 6 Jun 1287 (3) Robert De Hastings.
Father: John FITZALAN (1º E. Arundel)
Mother: Maud De VERDON (C. Arundel)
Married: Isabel MORTIMER (b. ABT 1248 - d. 1 Apr 1292 / AFT 1300) (dau. of Roger Mortimer of Wigmore) (m. 2 Ralph De Arderne - m. 3 Robert De Hastings) 1260
Children:
1. Maud FITZALAN
2. Richard FITZALAN (3° E. Arundel)


Maud FITZALAN
b ABT 1263
Died: 1298
Father: John FITZALAN (2º E. Arundel)
Mother: Isabel MORTIMER
Married: Phillip BURNELL


Richard FITZALAN (3º E. Arundel)
b 3 Feb 1266/7, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: 15 Jan 1302 / 9 Mar 1301/2
Notes: According to "Knights of Edward I", the following events took place: "He owed 2,000 marks to the Bishop of Bath and Wells for the marriage of the Bishop's nephew Phillip Burnel, which he bought for use of his sister, Matilda, 5 Jun 1283. He was ordered to not communicate with Rhys ap Mereduc or his accomplices, 24 Jun, but provide 400 foot and defend his demesnes against him, 16 Jul and remain in Wales till Rhys was put down, 14 Nov 1287, and still to do so, 30 Nov 1288. He gave to the Bishop of Bath and Wells his manors of Kyvele, co. Wiltshire; Milham, co. Norfolk; Chipping Norton, co. Oxon.; and Trokford, co Cheshire, for 12 years for 1,810 Pounds, 3 shillings, and 10 pence. 6 Jan 1292. He went to Wales for the King, 21 Oct 1292, fortified Bere Castle, and aided in the repression of the Welsh, 18 Oct 1293, being made Captain of forces against them, 17 Oct 1293. Went to Gascony for the King. He was summoned to parliament 1 Aug 1295 to 1301, and served in Gascony, 1 Nov 1295. He served against the Scots, 6 Jun 1299 and 1300/1. He and Fulk Fitz Warin were forbidden to attack one another, 10 Aug 1301..."
Father: John FITZALAN (2º E. Arundel)
Mother: Isabel MORTIMER
Married: Alice SALUZZO (d. 25 Sep 1292) (dau. of Thomas I, Marquis of Saluce (Saluzzo) in Italy) ABT 1284/5, Marlborough Castle, Sussex, England
Children:
1. Edmund FITZALAN (4° E. Arundel)
2. John FITZALAN (in holy orders, mentioned in his nephew, Earl Richard's will)
3. Maud FITZALAN
4. Margaret FITZALAN
5. Alesia FITZALAN
6. Eleanor FITZALAN (B. Percy)


Eleanor FITZALAN (B. Percy)
b ABT 1284
Died: Jul 1328
Father: Richard FITZALAN (3° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice SALUZZO
Married: Henry PERCY (9º B. Percy/1º B. Alnwick) ABT 1297
Children:
1. Henry PERCY (2º B. Percy)


Margaret FITZALAN
b 1302
Father: Richard FITZALAN (3° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice SALUZZO
Married: William BUTLER (B. Boteler of Wemme and Oversley)
Children:
1. William BUTLER


Edmund FITZALAN (4º E. Arundel)
b ABT 1 May 1285, Marlborough Castle, Sussex, England
Died: 17 Nov 1326, Hereford, England
Notes: in the 34th year of Edward I, was made a Knight of the Bath with Prince Edward. From that time to the 4th year of the ensuing reign, he was constantly engaged in the wars of Scotland; but he was afterwards involved in the treason of Thomas, E. Lancaster, yet not greatly to his prejudice, for, in the 10th year of Edward II, he was constituted captain-general to the King, from the Trent northwards, as far as Roxborough in Scotland, and for several years subsequently, he continued as one of the commanders of the English army in Scotland, in which service he so distinguished himself, that he obtained a grant from the crown of the confiscated property of Lord Badlesmere, in the city of London and county of Salop, as well as the escheated lands of John Mowbray, Lord Mowbray, in the Isle of Axholme, and several manors and castles, part of the possessions (also forfeited) of Roger Mortimer, Lord Mortimer, of Wigmore. But these royal grants led, eventually to the earl's ruin; for, after the fall of the unhappy Edward into the hands of his enemies, Lord Arundel, who was implacably hated by the Queen and Mortimer, suffered death by decapitation at Hereford.
Father: Richard FITZALAN (3° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice SALUZZO
Married: Alice WARREN (C. Arundel) (d. BEF 23 May 1338) (dau. of William De Warren and Joan De Vere, and sister and sole heir of John, 8° E. Warren and Surrey) 1305, Arundel, Sussex, England
Children:
1. Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
2. Catherine FITZALAN
3. Alice FITZALAN
4. Jane FITZALAN
5. Alaive FITZALAN (B. Strange of Knockin)
6. Edward FITZALAN (b. ABT 1308/1313 - d. 1398)
7. John FITZALAN (b. ABT 1315)
8. Elizabeth FITZALAN
9. Edmund FITZALAN (Sir)
10. Eleanor FITZALAN


Catherine FITZALAN
b 1306 / 1320
Died: 1376
Father: Edmund FITZALAN (4° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice WARREN (C. Arundel)
Married 1: Andrew PEVERELL
Married 2: Henry HUSSEY of Cockfield BEF 1337
Children:
1. Guy HUSSEY
2. Maria HUSSEY
3. James HUSSEY
4. Nicholas HUSSEY
5. Anne HUSSEY
6. Hugh HUSSEY
7. Walderon HUSSEY
8. Maria HUSSEY


Alice FITZALAN
b ABT 1310
Father: Edmund FITZALAN (4° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice WARREN (C. Arundel)
Married: John De BOHUN (5º E. Hereford and 4º E. Essex) ABT 1325


Jane FITZALAN
b ABT 1312
Father: Edmund FITZALAN (4° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice WARREN (C. Arundel)
Married: Warine GERARD (B. L'Isle)


Alaive FITZALAN (B. Strange of Knockin)
b ABT 1314
Died: 1386
Father: Edmund FITZALAN (4° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice WARREN (C. Arundel)
Married: Roger Le STRANGE (6º B. Strange of Knockin) ABT 1338
Children:
1. Lucy Le STRANGE (B. Willoughby of Eresby)
2. John Le STRANGE (7º B. Strange of Knockin)
3. Isabel Le STRANGE
4. Eubolo Le STRANGE
5. Joan Le STRANGE


Elizabeth FITZALAN
b ABT 1320
Died: 1389
Father: Edmund FITZALAN (4° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice WARREN (C. Arundel)
Married: William LATIMER (B. Latimer of Corby)
Children:
1. Elizabeth LATIMER (B. Latimer of Corby) (d. 5 Nov 1395) (m.1 John Neville, B. Raby - m.2 Robert Willoughby, 4° B. Willoughby of Eresby)


Edmund FITZALAN (Sir)
b AFT 1320
Died: AFT 1377
Notes: Some says that he was the son, not the brother, of Richard "Copped Hat" Fitzalan, E. of Arundel.
Father: Edmund FITZALAN (4° E. Arundel)
Mother: Alice WARREN (C. Arundel)
Married: Sybil MONTAGUE BEF Jul 1349
Children:
1. Alice FITZALAN
2. Phillippa FITZALAN


Alice FITZALAN
b ABT 1343
Father: Edmund FITZALAN (Sir)
Mother: Sybil MONTAGUE
Married: Leonard CAREW (Sir) ABT 1360
Children:
1. Thomas CAREW (B. Hydon)
2. William CAREW


Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN, 5th Earl of Arundel (Fi20)
b 1306 / ABT 1313, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: 24 Jan 1375/6, Arundel, Sussex, England
Buried: Lewes, Sussex, England
Notes: Knight of the Garter. Being restored by parliament in the 4th year of Edward III, had the castle of Arundel (which had been given to Edmund, E. Kent, the king's uncle,) rendered to him, and thus became the 5th Earl. In the 7th year of Edward III, he was constituted Governor of Chirke Castle, co. Denbigh, and the ensuing year had a grant of the inheritance of that castle, with all the territories thereunto belonging, being part of the possession of Roger Mortimer, the attained E. March; he was soon afterwards made Governor of Porchester Castle, and the same year had a command in the wars of Scotland, where he continued engaged for several years. After this he was constituted admiral of the western seas, and Governor of Caernarvon Castle. In the 14th year of Edward III, he embarked in the French wars, and participated in the glories of the subsequent campaigns. He was at the siege of Vannes, the relief of Thouars, and the immortal battle of Cressy. Besides his great military services, the Earl was frequently employed in diplomatic missions of the first importance, and was esteemed one of the most eminent generals and statesmen of the era in which he lived.
Father: Edmund FITZALAN 4th Earl of Arundel (Fi21)
Mother: Alice WARREN (C. Arundel)
Married 1: Isabel DESPENCER (C. Arundel) 9 Feb 1320/1, King´s Chapel, Avering-at-Bower, Sussex, England (contracted in minority and under constraint) Divorced 1345
Children:
1. Phillippa FITZALAN
2. Edmund FITZALAN (b. 1327 - d. 1377)
3. Mary FITZALAN
Married 2: Eleanor PLANTAGENET (C. Arundel) 5 Feb 1344/1345, Ditton Church, Stoke Pogis, Buckingham, England
Children:
4. Richard FITZALAN (6º E. Arundel)
5. John FITZALAN (1° B. Maltravers)
6. Thomas FITZALAN (Archbishop of Canterbury)
7. Joan FITZALAN (C. Hereford)
8. Alice FITZALAN
9. Mary FITZALAN
10. Eleanor FITZALAN


Phillippa FITZALAN
b BEF 1349
Died: 30 Sep 1393
Notes: Some says that she was the daughter of Sir Edmund Fitzalan and Sybil Montague.
Father: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
Mother: Isabel DESPENCER (C. Arundel)
Married: Richard SERGEAUX of Cornwall (Sir Knight) (d. 30 Sep 1393)
Children:
1. Phillipa SERGEAUX (b. 1381 - d. 1420) (m. Sir Robert Pashley (d. by 1406/7))
2. Alice SERGEAUX (C. Oxford) (b. ABT 1381 - d. 1417) (m. Richard De Vere, 11° E. Oxford)
3. Elizabeth SERGEAUX (m. William Marney, Sheriff of Essex)


Thomas FITZALAN (Archbishop of Canterbury)
b ABT 1353
Died: 19 Feb 1413/4
Buried: Cathedral Church of Canterbury
Notes: Bishop of Ely 1374-1388. Archbishop of York from 1388. Archbishop of Canterbury in 1397, an outspoken opponent of the Lollards. Was impeached and banished from the kingdom in the reign of Richard II, and his tenure was interrupted by that of Roger Walden. In 1399, he was restored by Henry IV to the see of Canterbury. He being a religious persecutor, particularly of the Wickliffites, and of Sir John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham. He was less popular with Henry's son and successor, Henry V. Lord Chancellor.
Father: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
Mother: Eleanor PLANTAGENET (C. Arundel)


Joan FITZALAN (C. Hereford)
b ABT 1345/ 1351, Arundel, Essex, England
Died: 7 Apr 1419, Saffran Walden, Essex, England
Father: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
Mother: Eleanor PLANTAGENET (C. Arundel)
Married: Humphrey De BOHUN (7° E. Hereford) 9 Dec 1359, Norfolk, England
Children:
1. Eleanor De BOHUN (D. Gloucester)
2. Mary De BOHUN (C. Derby)


Alice FITZALAN
b ABT 1352, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: 17 Mar 1415/16
Notes: See Burke, pg. 279.
Father: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
Mother: Eleanor PLANTAGENET (C. Arundel)
Married: Thomas HOLLAND (2º E. Kent) (b. 1354 - d. 25 Apr 1397) 1363 / AFT 10 Apr 1364, Arundel, Sussex, England
Children:
1. Margaret HOLLAND (D. Clarence) (b. 1385/86 - d. 30 Dec 1439, St.Saviour's Mon, Bermondsey, Surrey) (m.1 John Beaufort, 1º E. Somerset - m.2 Thomas Plantagenet, 1º D. Clarence)
2. Eleanor HOLLAND (m. Thomas Montagu, 4º E Salisbury)
3. Elizabeth HOLLAND
4. Thomas HOLLAND
5. Joan HOLLAND (D. York) (b. 1380 - d. 12 Apr 1434) (m.1 Henry Scrope - m.2 Henry Bromflete - m.3 Edmund Plantagenet - m.4 William Willoughby)
6. Alianore HOLLAND
7. Thomas HOLLAND (3° E. Kent) (m. Joan Stafford)
8. Edmund HOLLAND (4º E. Kent) (b. 6 Jan 1382/1383, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, England - d. Sep 15, 1408, Ile De Brehat, Cotes Du Nord, France - bur. Bourne Abbey, Lincolnshire, England) (ass. with Constance Plantagenet)
9. Bridget HOLLAND
10. John HOLLAND

Mary FITZALAN
b 1332, Corfham, Shropshire, England
Died: 29 Aug 1396
Father: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
Mother: EleanorPLANTAGENET (C. Arundel)
Married: John Le STRANGE (4º B. Strange of Blackmere)
Children:
1. John Le STRANGE (Sir Knight)
2. Ankaret Le STRANGE (B. Strange of Blackmere)


Eleanor FITZALAN
b 1335
Died: 1356
Father: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
Mother: Eleanor PLANTAGENET (C. Arundel)
Married: Robert De UFFORD (son of William De Ufford, E. Suffolk)


Richard FITZALAN 6th Earl of Arundel (Fi22=Fi19)
b 1346
Died: 21 Sep 1397, London, Middlesex, England
Notes: Knight of the Garter. Earl of Surrey; Admiral of the East and South. In the 1st year of Richard II, he being constituted admiral of the king's fleet in the westwards, and soon after that to the southwards, was retained by indenture to serve the King at sea for one quarter of a year, in the company of John, Duke of Lancaster. He was afterwards engaged for some years in Scotland; and was in the commission (9th year of Edward II), for the trial of Michael de la Pole, and some others of the king's favorites, whom the Commons had then impeached. He was appointed the next year admiral of the whole fleet, and putting to sea encountered and vanquished the united fleets of France and Spain, taking no less than 100 ships, great and small, all laden with wines, comprising 19,000 tons. This gallant exploit he followed up by entering the port of Brest, and reducing one of the castles and burning the other. He now returned to England in great triumph, but had the encounter the jealousy and hatred of the king's favorites, particularly the Duke of Ireland, whose influence over the King he strenuously resisted. His lordship afterwards entered into the confederation of the Earls of Warwick and Derby, which assembled in arms at Haringhay Park (now Hornsey), in Middlesex, and compelled the King to acquiesce in their views. He was then, by the general consent of the parliament (11th year of Richard II), made Governor of the castle and town of Brest, and shortly after captain-general of the king's fleet at sea, with commission to treat of peace with John de Montfort, Duke of Brittany; whereupon hoisting his flag, soon after met with the enemy, of whose ships he sunk and took fourscore; entered the Isle of Rhe, which he burnt and spoiled, and several other ports which he likewise plundered, putting to flight all the French and Britons that made any resistance. From this memorable period in the life of Lord Arundel, little is known of him, until the 15th year of Richard, when the King regaining his power, summoned a parliament at Westminster, and dismissed several of the great officers of state, amongst whom his lordship was removed from his command as admiral; and in two years afterwards, the parliament then sitting, he was accused of treason by the Duke of Lancaster, but escaped for the moment, and sought to retire from public life. The King entertaining, however, the strongest feeling of personal enmity to all those who had previously opposed his minions, contrived to get the E. Arundel into his hands by stratagem, and having sent him prisoner to the Isle of Wight, brought him to immediate trial, when he was condemned to be hanged, drawn, and quartered as a traitor. The sentence was however somewhat mitigated, and the gallant nobleman was simply beheaded at Cheapside, in the city of London, in the 21st year of King Richard II., the King himself being a spectator, and Thomas De Mowbray, Earl Marshal (who had married his daughter), the executioner, who, bound up his eyes, and according to some, the person who actually struck off his head. It is stated that when the Earl saw his son-in-law, Mowbray, and the Earl of Kent, his nephew, guarding him to the place of execution, he told them, it had been much more fit that they should have absented themselves; "For the time will come" he said, "when as many shall wonder at your misfortune as they now do at mine".
Father: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
Mother: Eleanor PLANTAGENET (C. Arundel)
Married: Elizabeth de BOHUN (C. Arundel) 28 Sep 1359, Derbyshire, England
Children:
1. Joan FITZALAN (B. Avergavenny)
2. Elizabeth FITZALAN (B. Mowbray)
3. Richard FITZALAN (b. 1368 - d. 1399)
4. William FITZALAN (b. 1370 - d. 14 Oct 1415)
5. Alice FITZALAN
6. Thomas FITZALAN (7º E. Arundel)
7. Margaret FITZALAN
Married 2: Phillipa MORTIMER (C. Pembroke / C. Arundel) (d. 24 Sep 1401) (dau. of Edmund Mortimer, 3º E. March, and Phillippa Plantagenet) (w.1 of John Hastings, 3° E. Pembroke - m.3 Thomas De Poynings, 1º B. St. John of Basing) 15 Aug 1390
Children:
8. John FITZALAN (b. 1394)
9. Joan FITZALAN


Joan FITZALAN Baroness Avergavenny (Fi21)
b 1365, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: 14 Nov 1435
Father: Richard FITZALAN (6º E. Arundel)
Mother: Elizabeth De BOHUN (C. Arundel)
Married: William De BEAUCHAMP (B. Abergavenny) (descendant of the Sureties Roger and Hugh Bigod) 1390, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
Children:
1. Richard BEAUCHAMP (E. Warwick)
2. Joan (Elizabeth) BEAUCHAMP (d. BEF 5 Aug 1430) (m. James Butler, 4° E. Ormonde)
3. Elizabeth BEAUCHAMP

Elizabeth FITZALAN, Baroness Mowbray (Fi21)
b 1366, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: 8 Jul 1425, Haveringham, Nottingham, England
Father: Richard FITZALAN, 6th Earl of Arundel (Fi22)
Mother: Elizabeth De BOHUN (C. Arundel)
Married 1: William MONTAGUE (Sir)
Married 2: Thomas De MOWBRAY (Mo21), 6th Baron Mowbray Earl Marshal of England E. Nottingham) (b. 22 Mar 1365/6) (son of John De Mowbray and his wife Elizabeth Seagrave, and a grandson of Joan Plantaganet) Jul 1384
Children:
1. Thomas De MOWBRAY (E. Marshal)
2. John De MOWBRAY (D. Norfolk)
3. Isabel MOWBRAY (m.1 Henry Ferrers, 6º B. Ferrers of Groby - m.2 James Berkeley, 1º B. Berkeley)
4. Margaret De MOWBRAY (m. Sir Robert Howard of Stoke Neyland)
Married 3: Gerard UFFLETE (Afflete) (Sir Knight)
Married 4: Robert GOUSHILL of Haveringham (Sir Knight) (b. 1350) BEF 19 Aug 1401 / 1 Sep 1401, Haveringham, Nottingham, England
Children:
5. Elizabeth GOUSHILL (b. 1401/14) (m. Sir Robert Wingfield of Letheringham)
6. Joan GOUSHILL (b. ABT 1401 - d. AFT 1460) (m. Thomas Stanley of Lathom)
7. Robert GOUSHILL


Alice FITZALAN
b 1378
Died: Oct 1415
Father: Richard FITZALAN (6º E. Arundel)
Mother: Elizabeth De BOHUN (C. Arundel)
Married: John CHERLETON (B. Powis) (b. 25 Apr 1362-d. 19 0ct 1401) (son of John Cherleton, B. Powis, and Joan Stafford)
Associated with: Henry BEAUFORT (Cardinal)
Children:
1. Jane BEAUFORT


Thomas FITZALAN (7º E. Arundel)
b 13 Oct 1381
Died: 13 Oct 1415
Notes: Knight of the Garter. Restored in blood in the parliament of the 1st year of Henry IV, and the judgment against his father was reversed. He was made Knight of the Bath at the coronation of Henry IV. He was afterwards made Knight of the Garter, and upon the accession of Henry V. he was constituted Constable of Dover Castle, and Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, as also Lord Treasurer of England. He married a princess, illeg. (but probably legitimated) dau. of John I (King of Portugal), and the nuptials were celebrated with great pomp in London, the King and Queen assisting. He died, however, without issue, leaving his four sisters as his heirs, as to certain parts of his great possessions; but the castle of Arundel, and with it the earldom, devolved upon his cousin.
Father: Richard FITZALAN (6º E. Arundel)
Mother: Elizabeth De BOHUN (C. Arundel)
Married: Beatrice De Portugal (dau. of John, King of Portugal) (m.2, by licence, 20 Jan 1432/3 John Holand, Duke of Exeter) 26 Nov 1405, Lambeth, London, Middlesex, England


Margaret FITZALAN
b 1382
Died: 1423 / ¿ABT 1452?
Notes: sister and coheir of Thomas Fitzalan, E. Arundel.
Father: Richard FITZALAN (6º E. Arundel)
Mother: Elizabeth De BOHUN (C. Arundel)
Married: Rowland LENTHALL of Hampton Court (Sir) (b. 1378)
Children:
1. Edmund LENTHALL
2. Rowland LENTHALL of Hampton Court (Sir) (b. 1398 - d. 25 Nov 1450) (m. Lucy Grey)


John FITZALAN (1° B. Maltravers)
b BEF 1349 Echingham, Sussex, England
Died: 1379, poisoned/16 Dec 1379, drowned, Irish Sea
Buried: Priory, Lewes, Sussex, England
Notes: Marshall of England. Summoned to parliament in the period of the 1st to the 3rd year of King Richard II. He died in 1379, having married the grand-daughter and co-heir of John Maltravers, Lord Maltravers, in whose right he bore that title, and by her (who married (2) Reginald Cobham, Lord Cobham,) had a son, John, Lord Maltravers, who succeeded his cousin as the 12º E. Arundel. Weir says drowned.
Father: Richard "Copped Hat" FITZALAN (5° E. Arundel)
Mother: Eleanor PLANTAGENET (C. Arundel)
Married 1: Eleanor MALTRAVERS (B. Maltravers/B. Cobham) (b. 1345/1346 d. 10 Jan 1404/1405) 17 Feb 1358/1359
Children:
1. John FITZALAN (12° E. Arundel)
2. Richard FITZALAN (Sir Knight)
3. Eleanor FITZALAN
4. Margaret FITZALAN (B. Ros of Hamlake)
5. Jane FITZALAN
6. William FITZALAN
Married 2: ¿?


Margaret FITZALAN (B. Ros of Hamlake)
b ABT 1372
Died: 3 Jul 1438/9
Buried: Belvoir
Father: John FITZALAN (1° B. Maltravers)
Mother: Eleanor MALTRAVERS (B. Maltravers/B. Cobham)
Married: William De ROS (7º B. Ros of Hamlake) 9 Oct 1394
Children:
1. John De ROS (8º B. Ros of Hamlake)
2. Margaret De ROS (B. Audley of Heleigh)
3. Thomas De ROS (9° B. Ros of Hamlake)
4. Elizabeth De ROS (B. Morley)
5. Robert De ROS (Sir)
6. William De ROS (d. 1421, Beauge)
7. Beatrice De ROS (Nun)
8. Alice De ROS


Jane FITZALAN
Died: 1 Sep 1404/1407
Father: John FITZALAN (1° B. Maltravers)
Mother: Eleanor MALTRAVERS (B. Maltravers/B. Cobham)
Married 1: William De BRYAN (Sir)
Children:
1. Thomas BRYAN (Sir)
Married 2: William De ECHYNGHAM
Children:
2. Thomas De ECHYNGHAM
3. Elizabeth De ECHYNGHAM (m. Thomas Hoo, 1° B. Hoo)


Richard FITZALAN (Sir Knight)
b ABT 1366, Arundel, Sussex, England
Died: 3 Jun 1419
Father: John FITZALAN (1° B. Maltravers)
Mother: Eleanor MALTRAVERS (B. Maltravers/B. Cobham)
Married: Alice ¿? (d. 30 Aug 1436)
Children:
1. Jane FITZALAN


Jane FITZALAN
b ABT 1394/1407, Arundel, Sussex, England
Father: Richard FITZALAN (Sir Knight)
Mother: Alice ¿?
Married: Thomas WILLOUGHBY (Sir Knight)
Children:
1. William WILLOUGHBY (Sir Knight)
2. Robert WILLOUGHBY


William FITZALAN
Father: John FITZALAN (1° B. Maltravers)
Mother: Eleanor MALTRAVERS (B. Maltravers/B. Cobham)
Married: Agnes ?
Children:
1. Ranulph FITZALAN


Ranulph FITZALAN
Father: William FITZALAN
Mother: Agnes ?
Married: Juliana ?
Children:
1. Alice FITZALAN


Alice FITZALAN
b ABT 1390
Father: Ranulph FITZALAN
Mother: Juliana ?
Married: Bartholomew COLLINRIDGE
Children:
1. Ursula (Alice) COLLINRIDGE (b. ABT 1407) (m. Geoffrey Dormer)


John FITZALAN (12° E. Arundel)
b 30 Nov 1364
Died: 14 Aug 1390/1 Sep 1404
Father: John FITZALAN (1° B. Maltravers)
Mother: Eleanor MALTRAVERS (B. Maltravers/B. Cobham)
Married: Elizabeth DESPENCER BEF 1385
Children:
1. John FITZALAN (13° E. Arundel)
2. Joan FITZALAN
3. Thomas FITZALAN (Sir)
4. Margaret FITZALAN
5. Edmund FITZALAN


Thomas FITZALAN (Sir)
b BEF 1391 / ABT 1400, Beechworth, Surrey, England
d c 1431, "over sea"
Father: John FITZALAN (12° E. Arundel)
Mother: Elizabeth DESPENCER
¿Married: Catherine DYNHAM?
Married: Joan MOYNS
Children:
1. Thomas FITZALAN (Sir)
2. Eleanor FITZALAN


Eleanor FITZALAN
b ABT 1428, Bechworth, Surrey, England
Notes: co-heir
Father: Thomas FITZALAN (Sir)
Mother: Joan MOYNS
Married 1: Thomas BROWNE (Sir Sheriff) 1437
Children:
1. Anthony BROWNE (Sir)
2. George BROWNE (Sir)
3. William BROWNE
4. Thomas BROWNE
5. Jane BROWNE
6. Catherine BROWNE
7. Robert BROWNE (Sir)
Married 2: Thomas VAUGHN (Esq.) ABT 1461


Thomas FITZALAN (Sir)
b Arundel Castle
Died: 1524 (¿1424?)
Father: Thomas FITZALAN (Sir)
Mother: Joan MOYNS
Married: Dau. MAINWARING
Children:
1. William FITZALAN


William FITZALAN
Died: BEF 1437, "beyond the sea"
Father: Thomas FITZALAN (Sir)
Mother: Dau. MAINWARING


John FITZALAN (13° E. Arundel)
b 1 Aug 1385, Ditton Manor, Stoke Pogis, Buckinghamshire, England
Died: 21 Apr 1421, Arundel, Sussex, England
Father: John FITZALAN (12° E. Arundel)
Mother: Elizabeth DESPENCER
Married: Eleanor BERKELEY (C. Arundel) BEF 1407, Beverston, Gloucestershire, England
Children:
1. John FITZALAN (14º E. Arundel)
2. William FITZALAN (15° E. Arundel)


John FITZALAN (14º E. Arundel)
b ABT 1408
d c 1435
Notes: Knight of the Garter. Governor of Rouen and served in the French wars. Created Duke of Touraine in France by the Duke of Bedford, the Regent. In 1433 the crown admitted the claim of John Fitzalan, then Earl of Arundel, that the earldom "was and always had been vested in the castle of Arundel". The claim was false, but that's neither here nor there, since the crown accepted it. Under that reckoning, Roger De Montgomery, who was created an Earl in 1067 and given lands, including Arundel Castle, was first Earl of Arundel, although he was never known by that title. His younger son was attainted and the title was then given to William d'Aubigny, who married Henry II's widow, who brought the Castle to him as part of her dowry. The fifth d'Aubigny Earl had no children and Arundel Castle passed to his nephew John Fitzalan in 1243. These first d'Aubigny holders of Arundel Castle were either known by othere titles or as "Earls at Arundel". Then his grandson, Richard Fitzalan, was specifically created Earl of Arundel in about 1289. So Richard Fitzalan was either the first Earl of Arundel or the eighth in the d'Aubigny line depending on how you want to count it.
Father: John FITZALAN (13° E. Arundel)
Mother: Eleanor BERKELEY (C. Arundel)
Married 1: Constance CORNWALL (dau. of John Cornwall and Elizabeth Plantagenet)
Married 2: Maud LOVELL
Children:
1. Humphrey FITZALAN (Sir) (b. 30 Jan 1429 - d. 24 Apr 1438)
2. Avice FITZALAN


Avice FITZALAN
b 4 Dec 1423, Woodsford, Dorset
Died: 3 Jun 1457
Father: John FITZALAN (14º E. Arundel)
Mother: Maud LOVELL
Married: James BUTLER (1° E. Wiltshire)BEF 4 Jul 1428


William FITZALAN (15° E. Arundel)
b ABT 23 Nov 1417/23
Died: 1487/8
Notes: Knight of the Garter. Fought as a Yorkist at the second battle of St. Albans.
Father: John FITZALAN (13° E. Arundel)
Mother: Eleanor BERKELEY (C. Arundel)
Married: Joan NEVILLE (C. Arundel) AFT 17 Aug 1438, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Children:
1. William FITZALAN
2. George FITZALAN
3. John FITZALAN
4. Mary FITZALAN (b. ABT 1458)
5. Thomas FITZALAN (16° E. Arundel)


William FITZALAN
b ABT 1445
Father: William FITZALAN (15° E. Arundel)
Mother: Joan NEVILLE (C. Arundel)
Married: ¿?
Children:
1. Susan FITZALAN


Susan FITZALAN
Father: William FITZALAN
Mother: ¿?
Married: James BERKELEY ABT 1470, Arundel, Sussex, England
Children:
1. Mary BERKELEY


Thomas FITZALAN (16° E. Arundel)
b ABT 1450
Acceeded: 1487
Died: 25 Oct 1524, Downley Park, Singleton, Sussex, England
Notes: Knight of the Garter. He was godfather for Arthur Plantagenet, 1st Viscount Lisle at his baptism in Sep 1476. Fought on Richard III's side at the Battle of Bosworth, but was pardoned by Henry VII. He succeeded to the title of 16th Earl of Arundel circa 1487. On 25 Nov 1487 he was Bearer of the Rod and Dove at the coronation of his niece, Elizabeth, Queen Consort. He held the office of Warden of the New Forest in 1489. He held the office of Lieutenant of the Order of the Garter on 19 Jul 1489. He held the office of Lieutenant of the Order of the Garter in 1517.
Father: William FITZALAN (15° E. Arundel)
Mother: Joan NEVILLE (C. Arundel)
Married: Margaret WOODVILLE (C. Arundel)
Children:
1. William FITZALAN (17° E. Arundel)
2. Margaret FITZALAN (C. Lincoln)
3. Edward  FITZALAN
4. Joan FITZALAN (B. Abergavenny)


Margaret FITZALAN (C. Lincoln)
Died: AFT 1493
Father: Thomas FITZALAN (16° E. Arundel)
Mother: Margaret WOODVILLE (C. Arundel)
Married: John De La POLE (E. Lincoln)
Children:
1. Edward De La POLE


Joan FITZALAN (B. Abergavenny)
Died: BEF 1505
Father: Thomas FITZALAN (16° E. Arundel)
Mother: Margaret WOODVILLE (C. Arundel)
Married: George NEVILLE (3° B. Abergavenny) ABT 1494, Arundel, Sussex, England
Children:
1. Elizabeth NEVILLE
2. Jane NEVILLE


William FITZALAN (17° E. Arundel)
b ABT 1476
Died: 23 Jan 1544
Notes: Knight of the Garter. He was styled as Lord Mautravers between 1487 and 1524. He was invested as a Knight, Order of the Bath (K.B.) on 29 Nov 1489. He succeeded to the title of 17th Earl of Arundel on 25 Oct 1524. He was invested as a Knight, Order of the Garter (K.G.) on 25 Jun 1525. On 1 Jun 1533 he bore the Rod and Dove at the coronation of Queen Anne Boleyn. In 1536 he took part in the trial of Queen Anne Boleyn. He gained, at the Reformation, a grant of the priory of Michelham, and numerous lands formerly belonging to the Priory of Lewes.
Father: Thomas FITZALAN (16° E. Arundel)
Mother: Margaret WOODVILLE (C. Arundel)
Married 1: Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY
Married 2: Anne PERCY (C. Arundel) 15 Feb 1510/11//28 Dec 1510
Children:
1. Catherine FITZALAN
2. Henry FITZALAN (18° E. Arundel)
3. Margaret FITZALAN
4. Elizabeth FITZALAN


Catherine FITZALAN
Died: AFT 1552
Father: William FITZALAN (17° E. Arundel)
Mother: Anne PERCY (C. Arundel)
Married: Henry GREY (1° D. Suffolk) SEPARATION 1553


Henry FITZALAN (18° E. Arundel)
b 23 Apr 1512
Died: Sunday 24 Feb 1579/80, London
Notes: See his Biography.
Father: William FITZALAN (17° E. Arundel)
Mother: Anne PERCY (C. Arundel)
Married 1: Catherine GREY (C. Arundel)
Children:
1. Mary FITZALAN (D. Norfolk)
2. Joan FITZALAN (B. Lumley)
3. Henry FITZALAN (B. Maltravers)
Married 2: Mary ARUNDELL (C. Sussex/C. Arundel) 19 Dec 1545


Joan FITZALAN (B. Lumley)
 
b ABT 1537
Died: 1576
Father: Henry FITZALAN (18º E. Arundel)
Mother: Catherine GREY (C. Arundel)
Married: John LUMLEY (6º B. Lumley)
Children:
1. Charles LUMLEY
2. Thomas LUMLEY
3. Mary LUMLEY
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Jane Fitzalan, Lady Lumley
by Steven van der Muelen, 1563 

 HerTomb


Henry FITZALAN (B. Maltravers)
 
b 1538
Died: 30 Jun 1556, Brussels, Belgium
Buried: Brussels Cathedral
Notes: styled Lord Maltravers, only son and heir apparent, by 1st wife, born in 1538. Knighted as a Knight of the Bath, being 5th in order of the 40 knights so created at the coronation of Edward VI, 20 Feb 1546/7. Matric. Cambridge (Queen's College) May 1549. He married (Lic. 12 Apr 1555) Anne, widow of Sir Hugh Rich, 3rd dau. and coheir of Sir John Wentworth of Gosfield, Essex. Being sent Ambassador to the King of Bohemia, he caught a fever, and died s.p. and v.p., 30 Jun 1556, at Brussels, and was buried in the Cathedral there, aged 18. His widow married, between 1573 and 1580, William Deane. She was buried 10 Jan 1580/1, at Gosfield afsd., as "Anne, Lady Maltravers, uxor William Deane Esq." in her will dated 26 Mar 1573, she styles herself "late wife of the Rt. Hon. Henry Earl of Arundel", and bequeaths her residue to "my servant" William Deane, who pr. the said will 15 Feb 1580/1. He, who, in 1571, bought Dynes Hall, Great Maplestead, Essex, married 2ndly, Anne, widow of George Blythe, clerk to the Council of York, and daughter of Thomas Egerton, and had issue, and died 4 Oct 1585.
Father: Henry FITZALAN (18º E. Arundel)
Mother: Catherine GREY (C. Arundel)
Married: Anne WENTWORTH (B. Maltravers) 12 Apr 1555
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Henry Fitzalan, Baron Maltravers, c. 1555
Hans Eworth (fl. 1545-1574)



Mary FITZALAN (D. Norfolk)
 
b 1540 
Died: 23/25 Aug 1557, Arundel House, Strand, Middlesex
Buried: 20 Oct 1557, Fitzalan Chapel
Father: Henry FITZALAN (18º E. Arundel)
Mother: Catherine GREY (C. Arundel)
Married: Thomas HOWARD (4° D. Norfolk) 30 Mar 1555 
Children:
1. Phillip HOWARD (1° E. Arundel)
2. Anne HOWARD
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Mary Fitzalan, Duchess of Norfolk, c. 1555
Hans Eworth (fl. 1545-1574)

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Mary Fitzalan (D. Norfolk)


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