Genealogy - KNIGHTs from Continental Europe to England/Ireland, to Philadelphia (PA), to France -Sept. 2018

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Ancestors of Maud DE MONTIBUS [2968]
Maud DE MONTIBUS [2968]
(Abt 1251-After 1309)


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John V LE STRANGE, 2nd. Baron De Knockin [2967]

Maud DE MONTIBUS [2968]

  • Born: Abt 1251, , , England
  • Marriage: John V LE STRANGE, 2nd. Baron De Knockin [2967]
  • Died: After 30 Oct 1309, , , England

bullet   Other names for Maud were Matilda, DE WALTON, DE WANTON, DE WAUTON and D'EIVILLE.

bullet  Sources, Comments and Notes:

[Who was the father of Maud/Matilda: Simon or Roger or John or Ebulo De Montibus / De Walton / D'Eifreville ?]

Source < Le STRANGE (2º B. Strange of Knockin)>:
"John Le STRANGE (2º B. Strange of Knockin) Born: ABT 1253, Ellesmere, Shropshire, England. Died: 8 Aug 1309, Walton, Warwick, England
Father: John Le STRANGE (1º B. Strange of Knockin)
Mother: Joan De SOMERY

Married 1: Maud De MONTIBUS (b. ABT 1251 - d. AFT 1309)
1. John Le STRANGE (3º B. Strange of Knockin)
2. Hamon Le STRANGE ...
3. Elizabeth Le STRANGE
4. Eubolo Le STRANGE (1º B. Strange of Lestrange) "
Source <>:
"Matilda de Montibus. Name AKA Maud de Walton. Died Aft 1309.
Father Roger d'Eiville, of, Walton d'Eiville, Warwickshire, England.

Family 1 John le Strange, 1st Lord Strange of Knockin, b. Cal 1254, of, Knockin, Shropshire, England. d. 8 Aug 1309.
1. John le Strange, Lord Strange de Knockin, b. 18 May 1282, of, Knockin, Shropshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 6 Feb 1311-1312
2. Elizabeth le Strange, b. Abt 1295, d. Yes, date unknown
3. Sir Hamon le Strange, d. Nov 1317."
Source <Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Or, A Concentrated Account of All the Baronies ...> Par Thomas Christopher Banks:
"... John le Strange, ... He died the 3 of Edw. II., leaving by Maud his wife, daughter and heir, according to Dugdale," of Roger D'Eiville, John, Eubolo, and Hamon, ancestor to the family of Le Strange, at Hunstanton, in Norfolk; of these sons

John le Strange, the eldest, succeeded his father, ..."
Source <A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct ...> Par Sir Bernard Burke:
"... John Le Strange, ... His lordship m. Maud, dau. and heir of Ebulo de Montibus, Lord of Ketton, and by her (who m. 2ndly, Thomas de Hastang) had issue,
John, his successor. ..."
Source <Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study In Colonial And Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ...> Par Douglas Richardson:
"... ... JOHN LE STRANGE, Knt.,of Middle, Shropshire, Sibford Gower (in Swaldiffe), Oxfordshire, Walton Deyville, Warwickshire, etc., younger son of John le Strange, Knt., 1st. Lord Srange of Knockin, by his wife, Maud, daughter and heiress of John de Walton (or Wauton). ..."
Source <A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of England, Ireland, and ...> Par John Burke:
"JOHN LE STRANGE, Lord of Knokyn. ... His lordship m. Joane, one of the daughters and heirs of Roger de Somen, Baron of Dudley, ... his son and heir,
JOHN LE STRANGE, who, upon paying his relief, had livery thereof. This feudal lord, in the 14th Edward L, answered for three hundred marks to the king; which sums John, his grandfather, had borrowed from the Cheshire men, to maintain the wars of Wales. He was, subsequently, engaged in the wars of Gascony and Scotland, and, for his good services, was summoned to parliament as Banon Steanor, of Knoksn, from 29th December, 1299, to 12th December, 130)9, and likewise made a Knight of the Bath. His lordship m. Maud, daughter and heir of Roger D'Eiville, of Walton-D'Eyvill, in the county of Warwick, by whom he acquired that and other properties in the counties of Oxford and Cambridge, and had issue, John, his successor. ..."
Source <The Patrician, Volume 2> publié par John Burke,Bernard Burke:
"... John, Lord Strange of Knockyn, distinguished in the wars of Gascony and Scotland. This potent noble married the heiress of D'Eiville, and had three sons,
1. John, Lord Strange, ...
2, Eubolo, husband of Alice, dau. and heir of Henry de Laci, Earl of Lincoln, ...
3, Hamon, who was enfeoffed of Hunstanton, co. Norfolk."
Source <Staffordshire - Warwickshire> Par Thomas Cox, Anthony Hall, Robert Morden:
"... Simon de Wanton being thus Lord of this Manor, left it at his Death to Maud his Daughter, ... She married John le Strange, of Knokin, for at his Death it appears that he died seised of this Manor, and left it his Son John."

Maud married John V LE STRANGE, 2nd. Baron De Knockin [2967] [MRIN: 1697], son of John IV LE STRANGE, 1st. Baron Strange Of Knockin) [2969] and Joan DE SOMERY [2970]. (John V LE STRANGE, 2nd. Baron De Knockin [2967] was born about 1275 in Ellesmere, Shropshire, England and died on 8 Aug 1309 in Walton, Warwickshire, England.)

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