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Bland of Northern Neck Va.
Nicholas of Roundway
Hester of Fleming Co Ky
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Roche 1: Roche of Roche
Godebert 'the Fleming' of Ros a 1130
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1. Sir Richard FitzGodebert
2. Robert FitzGodebert
A. David FitzRobert FitzGodebert
B. Henry FitzRobert FitzGodebert
C. Adam FitzRobert FitzGodebert of Roche to Ireland in 1196
m Blandiane ?
i. David FitzAdam probably father or uncle of ...
a. John de la Roche of Roche a 1252
m Maud dau of Thomas le Walys, Bishop of St. David's
1 Thomas de la Roche of Roche Castle, Sheriff of Cork, 1st Lord b c1250, d c1313
m1 ??
m2 Margaret a 1313
Not sure which wife was mother of which child although TCP suggests that John was probably from the first marriage and William from the second.
A John de la Roche, '2nd Lord' d unm c08.1314
B Thomas de la Roche, '3rd Lord' dsp before 08.1324
m1 Elizabeth
m2 Nesta
C William de la Roche, '4th Lord' d c1370
i John de la Roche, '5th Lord'
ii Mary or Mariota de la Roche d before 21.06.1377
m John Fleming, 'Baron de la Roche'
a Margaret Fleming dsp 09.09.1382
m Sir Roger de Claryndon
D Joan de la Roche
m Sir David de la Roche of Langwm
i Sir Robert de la Roche
a Sir John de la Roche d 1376
TCP identifies Sir Thomas's wife just as Isabel de Bromwich. 'A History of the County of Warwick' Vol 4, 1947 identifies her as ...
m Isabel de Bromwich dau of Henry de Bromwich, son of Anselm de Bromwich, widow of William de Peto
1 son dvp
2 Thomas de la Roche b c1372
This seems to be the same Thomas who was of Castle Bromwich and married the following Elizabeth. Their children are as reported in BE1883 Bermingham & TCP Bermingham.
m Elizabeth de Bermingham dau of Thomas de Bermingham
A Elena de la Roche d 04.11.1440
m1 Edward Ferrers, 6th Lord of Chartley b 1389, d 1435-6
m2 before 03.05.1438 Sir Philip Chetwynd of Ingestre dsp 1444
B Elizabeth de la Roche
m George Longueville
E Lucy de la Roche
m? William Levelance ?Lovelace
i Eleanor
m Robert Verney
a Isabel Verney
m John Perrot of Scotsborough family
F Alice de la Roche
m Thomas Arcedekne, Lord Arcedekne d 1331
G Margaret de la Roche
m Simon Fleming
i Robert Fleming
a David Fleming b by 1343
Ro21 possibly of this family and generation was: Gilbert de la Roche of Bromham a 1252 Married: about 1270 Christiana ?
?Ro20-1 William de la Roche also appears between 1280 and 90 and may be another son or nephew of Gilbert.
?Ro20-2 Robert de la Roche also appears as early as 1270 and as a witness after 1290 and may be a brother of Gilbert with property of his own.
?Ro20-3 John de la Roche of Bromham
Ro20 Dionisia de la Roche
m John Sandon Sa20 of Horton
Sa19 William Sandon of Horton m Christiana x
Sa18 Symon Sandon m c 1400 Claricia ?
Sa17 Agneta Sandon Married: circa 1430 Thomas Enoch En17
En16 Alicia Sandon Married: about 1455 John Nicholas Ni16
Ni15 Ni15 John Nicholas of Roundway, Wiltshire.
Ni15-2 William Nicholas, "slaine without the gate in Runway". (This was about the time of the Battle of Tewkesbury, so this Visitation notation could mean a fight before the gate of Roundway or executed outside the gate of Tewkesbury Abbey after running away from the battle to take refuge there with Somserset.)
Ni15-3 Robert Nicholas, who had three sons.
Ni15-4 Constance Nicholas
En16-2 Elizabeth Sandon
?Ro20-4? possibly by partner unknown was:
William Nicholas was granted Roundway Manor c 1280

Sources: TCP Roche
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