Sir Robert II D'UFFORD, Knt., 1St Lord Ufford 
- Born: 11 Jun 1279, Thurston, Suffolk, England
- Marriage: Cecily DE VALOINES 
- Died: Abt 9 Sep 1316, , Suffolk, England about age 37
Source <Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ...> Par Douglas Richardson:
"JOHN DE BREWES, Knt.,of Slinton (in Salle),Corpusty, Heydon and Olton, Norfolk, Ludborough. Lincolnshire, Akenham, Suffolk, etc., 3d but 1* surviving son and heir by his father's marriage, born 10 Aug. 1306. In 1325 he washer to his older brother, Robert de Brewes. He married EVE DE UFFORD, daughter of Robert de Ufford, Knt., 1" Lord Ufford, by Cecily, younger daughter and co-heiress of Robert de Valoines, of Ixworth and Walsham, Suffolk. ..."
Source <A Genealogical History of the Dormant: Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct ...> Par Sir Bernard Burke:
"BARONS UFFORD, EARLS OF SUFFOLK.
Barony, by Writ of Summons, dated 13 January, 1308. earldom, by Creation in Parliament, dated 16 March, 1337.
Of this family, says Sir William Dugdale, which afterwards arrived to great honour, I have not seen anything memorable, until the 53rd Henry III., when Robert, a younger son of John de Peyton, of Peyton, Suffolk, (assuming his surname from the lordship of Ufford, in that shire, became
Robert De Ufford. This Robert was justice of Ireland in the reign of Henry III., and again in the reign of Edward 1. He m. Mary, widow of William de Say, and dying in the 26th of the latter king, was s. by his son,
Sir Robert De Ufford, Knt., who was summoned to parliament as a Baron from 13 January, 1308, to 10 December, 1311. His lordship was in the expedition made into Scotland, in the 34th Edward I. He m. Cecily, one of the daus. and heirs of Sir Robert de Valoines, Knt., Lord of Walsham, and had issue,
Robert, his successor.
John, archbishop of Canterbury, d. 1348.
Ralph, justice of Ireland in the reign of Edward III.
He d. in 1316, and was s. by his eldest son,
Robert De Ufford, 2nd baron, K.G., summoned to parliament from 27 January, 1332, to 14 January, 1337. ..."
[and His daughter EVA ?]
"ROBERT de Ufford, son of --- (-before 9 Sep 1298). He had interests in Ufford, Suffolk. ... m firstly (before 12 May 1273) as her second husband, MARY, widow of WILLIAM de Say, daughter of --- (-after 10 Aug 1280). ...
Robert de Ufford & his first wife had --- children:
1. ROBERT de Ufford (11 Jun 1279-9 Sep 1316 or before). He was summoned to parliament 4 Mar 1309, whereby he is held to have become Lord Ufford.
m (before 1298) CECILY de Valognes, daughter of ROBERT de Valoignes & his wife Eva Tregoz née --- ([1280/81]-16 Jul 1325). Robert & his wife had three children: ...
a) WILLIAM de Ufford (-[1311/9 Sep 1316). ...
b) ROBERT de Ufford (9 Aug 1298-4 Nov 1369). ...
c) Sir RALPH de Ufford (-Kilmainham, Ireland 9 Apr 1346, bur Campsey Abbey, Suffolk). ..."
Robert Ufford, 1st Earl of Suffolk, Lord Ufford 1298-1369
... Parents: Robert D' ufford (born in 1279 Thurston, Suffolk, England, died 1316) married Cecily Devaloines/de Valoines (born about 1281, died 16 Jul 1325)
Eve/Agnes Eva Ufford (born about 1314, Thurston, Suffolk, England, died after May 1370, buried Woodbridge priory married John Braose/ John de Brewes (born 10 August 1306 died after May 1370) ..."
"Robert II De Ufford Earl of Suffolk was born on 11 Jun 1279 in Thurston, Suffolk, England. He died on 9 Sep 1316. He married Cecily De Valoines.
Cecily De Valoines was born in 1279 in Thurston, Suffolk, England. She married Robert II De Ufford Earl of Suffolk.
They had the following children:
M i Ralph De Ufford
M ii Robert III De Ufford Earl of Suffolk
F iii Alice De Ufford
F iv Eve Eva De Ufford"
"Sir Robert Ufford, 1st Lord Ufford
M, b. 11 June 1279, d. circa 9 September 1316
Father Sir Robert de Ufford, Justiciar of Ireland, Justice of Chester d. c 9 Sep 1298
Mother Mary d. a 10 Aug 1280
Sir Robert Ufford, 1st Lord Ufford was born on 11 June 1279 at of Parham & Wickham, Suffolk, England. He married Cecily de Valoines, daughter of Sir Robert Valoines, Lord Walsham and Eve de Criketot, before 1298. Sir Robert Ufford, 1st Lord Ufford died circa 9 September 1316.
Family Cecily de Valoines b. c 1281, d. 16 Jul 1325
Sir Ralph de Ufford, Justiciary of Ireland, Constable of Corfe Castle+4,5,2 d. 9 Apr 1346
Eva de Ufford+3 d. a May 1370
William de Ufford d. 1382
Sir Robert de Ufford, 1st Earl Suffolk, 2nd Lord Ufford+ b. 9 Aug 1298, d. 4 Nov 1369"
Source <Peerage of England: Containing a Genealogical and Historical Account of All ...> Par Arthur Collins:
"The family of Valoines defcended from Peter de Valoines, who was in fuch favour with William the Conqueror, that he is mentioned in Domefday book, to be poflefled of twelve Lordfhips in Eflex, in Cambridgefhire one, in Lincolnfhire one, in Hertfordfhire feventeen, in Norfolk twenty, and in Suffolk fix; in which county his defcendants had their chief refidence, makîng the caftle of Orford the head or capital feat of their Barony, afterwards the feat of the Uffords, Earls of Suffolk ; Robert de Ufford attaining it by maniage with Cicelie, daughter and coheir of Robert de Valoines, who died feifed there of in 10 Edw. firft, leaving the faid Cecilie, and Roefe the wife of Sir Hugh Pakenham, Knt. his heirs. ..."
Robert married Cecily DE VALOINES  [MRIN: 1372], daughter of Sir Robert II DE VALOINES, Knt., Lord Of Walsham & Icksworth  and Eve DE CRIKETOT . (Cecily DE VALOINES  was born about 1281 in Thurston, Suffolk, England and died on 16 Jul 1325 in , , England.)