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Mortimer: Mortimer of Chirke, Mortimer of March, Mortimer of Wigmore
?? Part of the Warren family in a way that has not yet been confirmed was Roger de Mortimer. TCP dedicates an appendix volume IX, Appendix A to considering the relationship between Roger de Mortimer and William de Warrenne but is inconclusive other than to confirm that there was close kinsmanship.
Wa=Mo28. Roger de Mortimer, Sn de Mortemer-sur-Eaulne a 1054, d before 1086
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m Hawise de Valois dau of Raoul III 'the Great', Count de Valois, d'Amien, etc
TCP Mortimer of Wigmore identifies Roger's wife simply as Hawise. BE1883 does not name her at all. This identification comes from a web site.
Mo27. Ralph de Mortimer a 1066, 1104
m1 Melisande or Milicent d before 30.03.1088
Following BE1883, which shows Ralph as having only Melisande or Milicent as a wife, we show her as mother of all of Ralph' s children. However TCP, whilst confirming Hawise's mother as Melisande, suggests that William may have been illegitimate and leaves open who was mother of Hugh. BE1883 shows also another son, Robert, ancestor of the Mortimers of Richard's Castle, but we show him on 'Mortimer02'.
Mo26. Hugh de Mortimer d c1149
TCP and BE1883 disagree over the next few generations. BE1883 shows Hugh as followed by Roger who m1. Milisent Ferrers, dau of Earl of Derby; m2. Isabel, sister of Hugh de Ferrers of Oakham who was followed by his son Hugh who m. Annora de Braose who was followed by his half-brother Ralph who m. Gladuse Duy. We follow TCP.
Mo25-1. Roger de Mortimer dsp by 1153
Mo25 Hugh de Mortimer lord of Wigmore b 1108 d before 12.1181
m Maud/Matilda de Meschines b c1126 d after 1190, dau of William de Meschines
Mo24-1 Hugh de Mortimer dvpsp
Mo24=26=31 Roger de Mortimer, lord of Wigmore must have been born about 1150 d before 19.08.1214
m Isabel de Ferrieres d before 31.05.1252, dau of Walkelin, Sire de Ferrieres, lord of Oakham
must have been born about 1180 Mo23-1 Hugh de Mortimer, lord of Wigmore dsps 10.11.1227
m before 1210 Eleanora Annora de Braose dau of William de Braose by Maud de St Valery
must have been born about 1210 Mo23=25=30 Ralph de Mortimer, lord of Wigmore d 06.08.1246
there is something wrong in this six generation gap. m 1230 Gwladus Dou 'dark eyed' of Wales d 1251, dau of Llewelyn, Prince of Wales
must have been born about 1228 Mo22=24=29 Roger de Mortimer, lord of Wigmore d before 30.10.1282
m 1247 Maud de Braose d before 23.03.1300/1, dau of William de Braose of Brecknock
must have been born about 1248 Mo28-1 Sir Ralph de Mortimer, Sheriff of Shropshire and Staffordshire dvp unm before 10.08.1274
must have been born about 1250 Mo28 Sir Edmund de Mortimer, 1st Lord of Wigmore d Buelt 17.07.1303/4
m c1285 Margaret de Fiennes d 07.02.1333/4, dau of William de Fiennes, 2nd Lord
Mo27 Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March b 1287, d 29.11.1330
His earldom was forfeited but his grandson had that honour restored.
m before 06.10.1306 Joane de Genevill dau of Peter de Genevill
Mo26 Sir Edmund Mortimer, Lord Mortimer b 1305/6, d before 21.01.1331/2
m 27.06.1316 Elizabeth Badlesmere dau of Bartholomew de Badlesmere, 1st Lord
Mo25 Roger Mortimer, 2nd Earl of March b c1328, d 26.02.1359
m Philippa de Montacute d 05.01.1381/2, dau of William de Montacute, 1st Earl of Salisbury
Mo24-1 Roger Mortimer dvp
Mo24 Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March b 01.02.1352, d 27.12.1381
m after 1368 Philippa Plantagenet, Countess of Ulster b 16.08.1355, d after 1378, dau of Lionel Plantagenet, Duke of Clarence, Earl of Ulster
Mo23-1 Roger Mortimer, 4th Earl of March b 11.04.1374, d 20.07.1398
m Alianore Holand d 10.1405, dau of Thomas Holand, 2nd Earl of Kent
1 Edmund Mortimer, 5th Earl of March b 06.11.1391, dsp 18.01.1424/5
m Anne de Stafford dau of Edmund de Stafford, 5th Earl of Stafford
2 Roger Mortimer dsp
3 Anne Mortimer
m Richard Plantagenet of Conisburgh, Earl of Cambridge b 1375, d 05.08.1415
4 Alianore Mortimer dsp
m Edward Courtenay dvp, of Devon
Mo23-2 Sir Edmund Mortimer d 1409 had issue 3 daus ?
m Catrin dau of Owen Glendour
Sir Edmund & Catrin are sometimes shown as parents of Bernard Mortimer of Craigievar.
Mo23-3 Sir John Mortimer
Mo23-4 Elizabeth Mortimer b 1371, d 20.04.1417 horse breeder.
m1. Sir Henry 'Hotspur' Percy b 1364, d Shrewsbury 23.07.1403
m2. Sir Thomas de Camoys, 1st Lord d 28.03.1419
Mo23 Philippa Mortimer d 24.09.1401
m1. John Hastings, 3rd Earl of Pembroke b c1372, dsp 30.12.1391
m2. Richard FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel d 09.1397
m3. before 24.11.1399, sp ? John Poynings, Lord St. John d 07.03.1428/9
Mo24=22 Margery Mortimer
m John Touchet, 'Lord Audley'
Mo24 =20? Joanne Mortimer b 1365 in Ludlow Castle, Shropshire d 8 Oct 1405
m William de Locke b c 1351 Lenn Wilts d 1423 Leicester
(This claimed descent does not seem substantiated and only included to expedite DNA identification)
-1 John Locke b c 1400
m? 1 May 1431 Eleanor Neville
-1-1??? Thomas Locke Lo18 b 1434 Wiltshire d 1507 London m Joan Wilcockes Wi 18 b 1440 Rotherham Yorkshire dau of William Wilcockes and ???Jean Beaufort b 1410 -1-1-1 Sir William Locke Lo17 b 1486 London d 24 Aug 1550
m Katherine Cook
-12-2 Thomas Locke b 1494 in Brockhampton Green, Dorset d there 1561
-1-1-1-1 Michael Locke Lo16 b 1510 in London d 1580
m Jane Wilkinson
-1-1-1-2 Catherine Locke b 1534 London d 1568 #Essex m 1551 in Saffron Walden Thomas Stacy
-1-1-2-1 Nicholas Locke b 1517 in Brockhampton Green d there 1558
-1-1-1-1-1 Matthew Locke
-1-1-1-1-2 Samuel Lock Lo15 b 1554 Brockish Hall Norfolk Engl
-1-1-1-2-1 Thomas Stacy b 1552 Saffron Walden Essex
-1-1-1-2-2 Katherine Stacy b 18 Aug 1557/8 London
-1-1-2-1-1 John Locke b c 1530 in Bockhampton Dorset d c 1600 Cerne Abbas Dorset
-1-1-2-1-2 Edward Locke b 1540 in Brockhampton Green d there1578 m Joan Gould

-1-1-1-1-2-1 Elizabeth Locke m 26 Nov 1606 Thorpe Abbots Engl m Rev. John Howard b 1 DEC 1578 in Norfolk, England d 4 APR 1642 in Norfolk (?Saphron Waldon Essex) England or 22 MAR 1621/22 Jamestown Va in killed by Indians
-1-1-1-2-1-1 Symon Stacy b 11 May 1572 North Petherton Paris Somerset m 1590 in Somerset Elizabeth Fildewe + 8 ch
-1-1-1-2-1-2 Thomas Stacy b 1574
-1-1-2-1-2-1 William Locke b c 1559 Bockhampton d c 1611 Cerne Abbas
-1-1-2-1-2-2 Nicholas Locke b 1574 in Brockhampton d 1648 Dorset m Frances Lansden
-1-1-2-1-2-2-1 Thomas Locke b 1600 in Kingston, Surrey d 14 Aug 1629 London m 26 Jul 1624 London Christena French
-1-1-2-1-2-2-1-1 John Locke Sr b 16 Sep 1627 London d 29 Aug 1696 Rye Rockingham NH m Elizabeth Berry
-1-1-2-1-2-2-1-2 Nathaniel Locke b 11 Nov 1629 London d Mar 1674 Hampton NH m Judith Hermins
-1-1-2-1-2-2-1-3 Judith Locke b 6 May 1656 Portsmouth NH d 19 Jan 1753
Mo26-2 Sir Roger Mortimer
m 1321 Joane Butler dau of Sir Edmund de Botiller, Earl of Carrick
Mo26-3 Sir Geffrey Mortimer, lord of Towyth
Mo26-4 John Mortimer
Mo26-5 Katherine Mortimer
m c1328 Thomas de Beauchamp, 3rd Earl of Warwick b c1313, m 13.11.1369
Mo26=24 Joane Mortimer
m James Audley , 2nd Lord Audley b 08.01.1312/3, d 01.04.1386
Mo26-7 Agnes Mortimer d 21.07.1368
m1. Laurence Hastings, 1st Earl of Pembroke b c1320, d 1348
m2. John de Hakelut
Mo26-8 Margaret Mortimer
BE1883 suggests that Margaret was first married to Robert de Vere, 6th Earl of Oxford, but that Margaret was 2 generations earlier.
m c25.07.1320 Sir Thomas de Berkeley, 3rd Lord b c1296, d 27.10.1361
Mo26-9 Maud Mortimer
m John de Cherlton, Lord of Powys
Mo26-10 Blanch Mortimer d 1347
m before 10.06.1330 Sir Piers de Grandison, 2nd Lord dsp 10.08.1358
Mo26-11 Beatrix Mortimer d 16.10.1383
m1. c1327 Edward de Brotherton Plantagenet b c1319, d 1334
m2. before 13.09.1337 Sir Thomas de Braose d 06.1361
Mo27-2 Maud Mortimer
m 29.07.1302 Sir Theobald de Verdon, 2nd Lord, Justice of Ireland b 08.09.1278, d 27.07.1316
Mo27-3 Isolda Mortimer
TCP Mortimer identifies Maud, Joan and Elizabeth as the only daughters of Edmund Mortimer, whilst BE1883 Mortimer places her 2 generations earlier, but Isolda's parents are specifically identified by TCP Audley of Stratton Audley.
m1. Sir Walter de Balun of Much Marcle a 1286
m2. Hugh Audley of Stratton Audley b c1267, d before 03.1326
Mo27-4+ other issue - John b c1266, d c1284, Hugh priest, Walter priest, Edmund priest, Joan nun, Elizabeth nun
Mo28-3 Roger Mortimer, Lord of Chirke d 03.08.1336
Roger was attainted and his title forfeited for his actions against the King's favourites, the Despencers. After the death of Llewelyn, the last Prince of North Wales, his brother Davydd held a meeting of the Welsh chieftains at Denbigh, of which he possessed the lordship, when it was determined to maintain the war against the attacks of the English. This task, however, proved far beyond their strength; and Davydd, being soon afterwards taken prisoner near this place, was put to death as a traitor by the English monarch, Edward I. About the period of the subjugation of Wales by Edward, the eastern parts of this county fell into the hands of English possessors, under very peculiar circumstances: Emma, widow of Grufydd ab Madoc, who died in 1270, disagreeing with her husband's relatives respecting the education of her sons or, as Mr. Pennant thinks, her grandsons, obtained possession of the eldest two, and delivered them over as wards to Edward I. One of them, named Madoc, with his inheritance of Bromfield and Yale, was placed by that monarch in charge of John, Earl Warren; and Llewelyn, the other youth, with his patrimony of Chirk and Nanheudwy, in that of Roger Mortimer, third son of Roger Mortimer, the son of Ralph, Lord Mortimer, of Wigtown. These noblemen having obtained possession of the territories above-mentioned, conspired together, and caused the sons of Grufydd to be drowned in the river Dee; after the perpetration of which murder, they each received from the king a grant of the estates of their respective wards, dated at Rhuddlan, October 27th, 1281, with the exception of Hope Castle, and the lands thereto appertaining, which Edward retained in his own possession. The first-mentioned lordship continued in the family of Warren until the year 1347, when it descended by an heiress to the Fitz-Alans, Earls of Arundel, who purchased from John, grandson of Roger Mortimer, the lordship of Chirk and Nanheudwy: these united domains remained with the Fitz-Alans for several generations, and, after repeated attainders and forfeitures of different heirs, became finally vested in the crown. From: 'Denbigh - Denbighshire', A Topographical Dictionary of Wales 1849, pp. 288-304. URL: Date accessed: 09 February 2009.
m Lucia la Wafre d before 08.1324, dau of Sir Robert de Wafre
a Roger Mortimer of Chirke d before 10.1333
m Juliane or Joane Turberville
1 John Mortimer, last of Chirke had issue
Mo28-4 Sir William de Mortimer dsp
m Hawyse de Musegross dau of Robert de Musegross
Mo28-5 Sir Geffrey de Mortimer dsp
must have been born about 1250 Mo28=23 Isabel de Mortimer a 1300
m1. John FitzAlan, ' Earl' of Arundel b 14.09.1246, d 18.03.1271/2 and had Richard FitzAlan Fi20
m2. before 1273 Ralp d'Arderne a 04.1283
m3. 02.09.1285 Robert de Hastang a 03.1292
must have been born about 1260 Mo28-7 Margaret Mortimer d c1296/7
m Robert de Vere, 6th Earl of Oxford b c24.06.1257, d 17.04.1331
Mo29-2 Joan de Mortimer
m by 1252-3 Peter Corbet, 1st Lord d before 13.08.1300
C Janet Mortimer possibly of this generation
m Sir Andrew Perrot or Perrott
D+ other issue - Peter John grey friar, Hugh Mortimer of Chelmersh
Shown by BE1883 as daughters of Roger de Mortimer by Milisent Ferrers, but probably fitting here, were ...
Mo23-3 daughter
m Stephen le Gross
Mo28=25=23 Joane de Mortimer
m Walcheline de Beauchamp of Elmley d 1235
Mo24-3+ other issue - Robert, Philip
Mo25-3. William de Mortimer
Mo26-2. William de Mortimer, lord of Chelmersh then of Netherby
Mo26-3. Hawise de Mortimer
m Stephen = Etienne, Count of Aumale Albemarle, Lord of Holderness d 1127
m2. Mabel

sources: TCP Mortimer or Mortemer of Wigmore, TCP March, TCP Mortimer of Chirk, BE1883 Mortimer of Wigmore and March, BE1883 Mortimer of Chirk
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