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Ancestors of Elizabeth LE BOTELER [1325]
Geoffrey LE BOTELER [1326]
(Abt 1336-)
Elizabeth LE BOTELER [1325]
(Abt 1366-1392)


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Lord John VI LE STRANGE, of Brockley, Timworth & Ampton [1322]

Elizabeth LE BOTELER [1325]

  • Born: Abt 1366, Walden, Essex, England
  • Marriage: Lord John VI LE STRANGE, of Brockley, Timworth & Ampton [1322]
  • Died: 1392 about age 26

bullet   Another name for Elizabeth was BOTILLER, LE BOTILER, BUTLER.

bullet  Sources, Comments and Notes:

Source <The history and antiquities of the county of Buckingham, Volume 4> Par George Lipscomb
"In an account of the family of Boteler, of Walden, in a manuscript in the possession of the late Earl of Peterborough, it is stated that, Geoffrey Boteler, John, and Richard, were brothers; that Geoffrey had issue, William and Elizabeth: that William being enfeoffed in all those lands in Walden and Ashden, which the said John and Richard, his uncles, after the death, s. p. of the said William, had released to Richard Boteler and John Keignys: that the two last mentioned gave these lands to John Strange, or Le Strange, and the said Elizabeth and her lawful issue; and afterwards, that John Le Strange, of Brockle, gave, by deed dated at Walden on Tuesday next before the feast of the Annunciation of B.V.M., 1370 (44 Edw. III.) these lands to one John Waryn (Warren?) and Elizabeth his wife, in tail; with remainder, in default of issue, to Agnes Mordaunt, sister of the said Elizabeth1 (mother of the said Elizabeth and Agnes,) and their right heirs, by deed dated on Sunday before Michaelmas, in 1387 (11 Ric. II.;) that Elizabeth Waryn died without issue of her body: that Agnes had issue, Robert Mordaunt; that Robert had issue, William: and William left John Mordaunt, denominated in bosco."
Source <The history and antiquities of Suffolk: Thingoe hundred> Par John Gage,John Gage Rokewode:
"... The wife' of John Strange was Elizabeth, sister and heir of William, son and heir of Geoffrey Boteler, of Botelers in Walden, in Essex; and the Walsham inheritance seems to have been vested in this lady, for after the death of her son John Strange, she joined her husband, in the fifteenth year of Richard II, in levying a finef of the manor and advowson of Brockley, to enure to trustees, Thomas Ewell of St. Edmundsbury, and John Hert, chaplain, and their heirs, with warranty from her heirs; and the same warranty was given to Ralph de Walsham and others, when they purchased 8 from her and her husband the manor of Walsham, and lands in Icklingham, Rede, and Chevington.

There were three children of John Strange and Elizabeth, that is to say, John, who died without issue in his father's life-time, Elizabeth,1" wife of John Warren, and Agnes, wife first of Robert Mordaunt, of Turvey, in the county of Bedford, and secondly, of Thomas Foderingey."
Source <>:
" "John Le STRANGE
Born: ABT 1350, Brockley, Suffolk, England
Father: Robert Le STRANGE of Timworth
Mother: Mabilla ?
Married: Elizabeth BUTLER
1. Agnes Le STRANGE"
Source <>:
AKA Boteler, Botelea, Boetler, Botelier, Boleler
Birth Abt 1366 Norfolk, England
Death 1392
Father Geoffry Boteler 1340-1370
Mother Elizabeth 1344-_
Husband John Le Strange 1362-1392
Agnes Le Strange 1380-1432
Elizabeth Le Strange 1388-"

Elizabeth married Lord John VI LE STRANGE, of Brockley, Timworth & Ampton [1322] [MRIN: 579], son of Lord Robert LE STRANGE, De Tymworth [1323] and Mabilla [1324]. (Lord John VI LE STRANGE, of Brockley, Timworth & Ampton [1322] was born about 1362 in Brockley, Suffolk, England and died about 1392 in Brockley, Suffolk, England.)

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