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Fi22 John FITZALAN, 2nd Earl of Arundel
was the son of John FITZALAN
(1st Earl of Arundel and Maud
de Verdon (Bu23) C. Arundel)
|Born: 14 Sep 1246, Arundel, Sussex, England
Married: Isabel MORTIMER (b. ABT 1248 - d. 1 Apr 1292 / AFT 1300) (dau. of Roger Mortimer of Wigmore) (she m. 2nd Ralph De Arderne - m. 3rd Robert De Hastings) 1260
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 1276, 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.|
| John Fitzalan and Isabel Mortimer had children:
1. Maud FITZALAN
2. Richard FITZALAN (3° E. Arundel)
Alan (Seneschal & Dapifer of Dol), "Alain steward of Dol" was present at the capture of Nikaia in 1097. He died on the First Crusade. Born: 1020, Dol-et-Bretagne, Isle De Vilaine, France
1. Alan FITZALAN (Dapifer of Dol) (b. 1056 - d. 1097)
2. Flathald (Flaald) FITZALAN of DOL (B. St. Floren) Seneschal of Dol. Lived on the Welsh border from 1101.
3. Rhiwallon FITZALAN (Abbott St Floren)