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Mortimer 2: Mortimer of Attleborough, Mortimer of Harlaxton, Mortimer of Richard's Castle, Zouche of Mortimer
BE1883 Mortimer of Richard's Castle suggests that the Robert who married Margery de Say was "the presumed son or brother of the 1st Hugh de Mortimer, of Wigmore" whilst BE1883 Mortimer of Wigmore shows that Robert as brother of Hugh, son of Ralph by Milicent. However, there is no mention of such a direct connection within TCP which indicates merely that heraldic designs suggest a connection between the Mortimers of Richard's Castle and the Mortimers of Attleborough see below whilst, regarding the Mortimers of Attleborough, "No blood relationship has been proved between them and the Mortimers of Wigmore" although they both shared a feudal association with the house of Warrenne. That BE1883 is not correct in its suggested link is further supported by the claim in TCP that the father of the first Mortimer of Richard's Castle was ...
Robert de Mortimer of Essex
1. Robert de Mortimer of Richard's Castle d before 05.07.1219
m 1210 Margery de Say d c1242, dau of Hugh de Say of Richard's Castle
A. Hugh de Mortimer of Richard's Castle d 18.11.1274
i. Robert de Mortimer of Richard's Castle d 07.04.1287
m Joyce la Zouche bur 13.03.1289/90, dau of William la Zouche
a. Hugh de Mortimer of Burford, etc., Lord/Baron of Richard's Castle d 20.07.1304
m by 1290 Maud d by 15.02.1307/8, niece of William le Marshal
1 Joane Mortimer b 24.11.1291, d before 12.01.1341
m1 Thomas de Bykenore dsp c1316
m2 Sir Richard Talbot of Richard's Castle
2 Margaret Mortimer b 14.09.1295, d c12.1345
m1 by 1309 Geoffery de Cornwall d before 06.1335
m2 William de Evereys d before 06.03.1337
b. William Mortimer, later Zouche of Ashby, 1st Lord Zouche of Mortimer d 28.02.1336/7
m1 1316 Alice de Toeni b c1283, d before 08.01.1325, dau of Ralph de Toeni of Flamsted
1 Alan la Zouche, 2nd Lord of Mortimer b 15.09.1317, d 12.11.1346
m before 1338 Eleanor d 06.03.1359/60
A Hugh la Zouche, 3rd Lord of Mortimer b 29.09.1338, dsp 11.07.1399
m1 Philippe a 02.01.1374/5
m2 by 09.1391 Joan Bramshott d c06.1439, dau of John Bramshott of Gatcombe
m2 c01.1328/9 Alianore de Clare b 1292, d 30.06.1337, dau of Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Hertford, 3rd Earl of Gloucester
2 Robert la Zouche, 4th Lord of Mortimer b c1318, dsp
BE1883 identifies this Robert as 4th Lord of Mortimer but TCP suggests that he died before 05.1375.
Uncertain whether by first or second marriage was ...
3 Joyce la Zouche a 04.05.1372
m before 31.05.1347 John de Botetourt, 2nd Lord b 1318, d 1385
Robert de Mortimer in Norfolk
1. William de Mortimer d before 1180
A. Robert de Mortimer of Harlaxton d before 21.09.1217
m Alice possibly dau of Warin de Munchensy
i. William de Mortimer of Harlaxton and Attleborough
a. Robert de Mortimer d by 1265
1 William de Mortimer of Attleborough d 12.11.1297
m Alice
A Constantin de Mortimer of Attleborough d before 09.08.1359
m1 Sibyl d 09.11.1334
i Constantin de Mortimer dvpsp 25.12.1355
m Agnes
ii Sir Robert de Mortimer of Attleborough d 25.09.1387
Visitation Norfolk, Chamberlayn identifies this generation as a Sir Thomas who married Margery Peake, relict of Nicolas Biron, but TCP names him Robert and, whilst reporting that another source suggests that he married twice Margery Fastolf d 1341 and Catherine, probably dau of Stephen de Brockdish identifies his wife/widow simply as ...
m Margery
a Thomas de Mortimer dvp before 1387
m Mary Park d 02.05.1406, dau of Nicholas Park
1 Sibyl Mortimer
m1 Sir Ralph Bigod of Stockton
A Elizabeth Bigod or Bigot probably of this generation
m William Garneys of Gelberton d 1424
m2 Henry Pakenham
m3. Thomas Manning
2 Cicely Mortimer
m1 Sir John Harling d before 01.07.1403
m2 1411 Sir John Radcliff of Attleborough b 1380, d 1440
3 Margery Mortimer
m 1403 Sir John FitzRalph of Great Ellingham
b Constantine de Mortimer
iii William de Mortimer canon of Lincoln
m2 by 1342 Catherine
B+ other issue - Maud, Cassandra
ii. Robert de Mortimer

1 TCP Mortimer of Richard's Castle, TCP Zouche of Richard's Castle or Mortimer or Ashby, BE1883 Mortimer of Richard's Castle, BE1883 Zouche of Mortimer
2 TCP Mortimer of Attleborough + Visitation Norfolk, 1563+1589+1613, Chamberlayn
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