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Dacre 1

: Dacre of Dacre, Dacre of Gillesland, Dacre of Greystoke, Dacre of Multon
Da27. William de Dacre of Dacre, Sheriff of Cumberland then Yorkshire, Governor of Carlisle d c1258
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Da26 Ranulph de Dacre d c1286
m Joane de Luci
Da25 William de Dacre b 1265, d c1319
m Joane Gernet dau of Benedict Gernet or Garnet of Halton
Da24 Ranulph de Dacre, 1st Lord, Sheriff of Cumberland, Governor of Carlisle d 1339
m 1317 Margaret de Multon dau of Thomas de Multon, Lord of Gillesland
Da23-1 William de Dacre, 2nd Lord of Dacre and Multon dsp 07.1361
m Katharine Nevill dau of Ralph Nevill, 2nd Lord of Raby
Da23-2 Thomas de Dacre
Da23-3 Ralph de Dacre, 3rd Lord of Dacre and Multon b 1321, d unm 08.1375
Da23 Hugh de Dacre, 4th Lord of Dacre and Multon b 1335, d 12.1383
m Elizabeth dau of "Alexander, Lord Maxwell" probably sb. Sir John Maxwell of Carlaverock
Da22 William de Dacre, 5th Lord of Dacre and Multon b 1357, d c1403
Although TCP Dacre acknowledges that William's wife is said to have been Joan Douglas "illegit. da. of James, Earl of Douglas" it then reports that his wife was called Mary. As was kindly brought to our attention by a site visitor JH, 24.03.08, the dates make it likely that Mary, if a Douglas, was of the same generation as James 2nd Earl of Douglas rather than his offspring. We therefore provisionally show his wife as ...
m Mary Douglas possibly natural half-sister of James Douglas, 2nd Earl of Douglas, Earl of Mar
Da21 Thomas de Dacre, 6th Lord of Dacre and Multon d 15.01.1458
m Philippa Nevill dau of Ralph Nevill of Raby, 1st Earl of Westmorland
Da20-1 Sir Thomas Dacre dvp
m Elizabeth Bowet dau of Sir William Bowet of Horsford, etc
a Joane Dacre, Baroness Dacre d 1486
m Sir Richard Fienes of Hurstmonceaux, Lord Dacre d 1484
The Barony of Dacre is extant, having passed through several female lines of descent. Their descendants are called 'Lords Dacre of the South' to distinguish between them and the Dacres of Gillesland who are called 'Lords Dacre of the North'.
b Margaret Dacre identified in Visitation Cheshire, 1580, Egerton.
m Sir Thomas Ffines or Fienes
Da20-2 Ralph Dacre, Lord of Gillesland d unm 29.03.1461
Da20-3 Sir Humphrey Dacre, 1st Lord of Gillesland d 1509
m Maud Parr dau of Sir Thomas Parr of Kendal
a Sir Thomas Dacre, 2nd Lord of Gillesland d 1525
m Elizabeth de Greystock dau of Sir Robert de Greystock, younger of Greystoke
1 Sir William Dacre, 3rd Lord of Gillesland and Greystoke d 1563
m Elizabeth Talbot dau of George Talbot, 4th Earl of Shewsbury
A Thomas Dacre, 4th Lord of Gillesland and Greystoke d 1566
m Elizabeth Leyburne dau of Sir James Leyburne of Cunswick
i George Dacre, 5th Lord of Gillesland and Greystoke d young 1569
ii Anne Dacre
m 1571 Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel b 28.06.1557, d 19.10.1595
iii Mary Dacre dsp 07.04.1576
m Sir Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk b 24.08.1561, d 28.05.1626
iv Elizabeth Dacre
m 28.10.1577 William Howard of Naworth Castle b 19.12.1563, d 07.10.1640
The daughter's marriages into the Howard family arose because their mother Elizabeth married her second husband, his third wife Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk, father of their husbands.
B Francis Dacre d c1633, 4th son
i+ issue dsp - Randal Dacre d c1635, Mary
C Margaret or Magdalen Dacre
m Anthony Browne, Viscount Montacute d 19.10.1592
D Anne Dacre
m Henry de Clifford, 2nd Earl of Cumberland, 12th Lord d 08.01.1569
E Eleanor Dacre
m Henry Jerningham of Cossey Hall d 15.06.1619
F Mary Dacre
m Sir Alexander Colepeper of Bedgebery
G Dorothy Dacre
m Sir Thomas Windsor
H+ other issue - Leonard dsp 1581, Edward dsp 1579
2 Mary Dacre
m Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury b 1500, d 25.09.1560
3 Margaret Dacre
m Henry le Scrope, 7th Lord of Bolton d c1532
4 Anne Dacre d c1548 not shown by BE1883
m Chistopher Conyers, 2nd Lord b c1491, d 14.06.1538
5 Alice Dacre probably of this generation
m Anthony Duckett of Grayrigg
6+ other issue - Humphrey, Jane
b Ann Dacre probably of this generation
m Sir Thomas Strangeways
c Elizabeth Dacre probably of this generation
m Richard Hudleston b 1476, dsp 05.10.1502
Da20 Joan Dacre
m Thomas de Clifford, 8th Lord b 25.03.1414, d St. Albands 22.05.1454
Da20-5 Isabel or Margaret Dacre
m John Scrope of Upsal dvpsp 18.09.1452
Da20-6+ other issue - John, Richard, George
Da21-2 Joan Dacre b 1374, d 1456 should be a generation earlier?
m c1397 Thomas Musgrave of Hartley Castle b 1378, d 03.01.1447
Da25-2 Mary Dacre probably of this generation b about 1290
m Ralph de Vernon 'the old liver'

Sources: BE1883 Dacre, BP1934 Hampden
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