Sir William III LE LATIMER, Knt., "Le Riche", 1St Baron Latimer 
- Born: Abt 1240, , , England
- Marriage: Alice LEDET, Of Corby 
- Died: 1305, , , England about age 65
Another name for William was LATYMER, LATIMER, DE LATIMER.
Source <Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study In Colonial And Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ...> Par Douglas Richardson:
"7. JOHN HOWARD. Knt., of East Winch and Wiggenhall, Norfolk, and, in right of his wife, of Fersfield and Garboldisham, Norfolk, and Brokes (in Ipswich), Suffolk, Admiral of the Fleet north of the Thames, Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, 1344-5, Escheator of Norfolk and Suffolk, son and heir. He maried before 11 Oct. 1338, ALICE DE BOIS daughter of Robert de Bois, Knt., of Fersfield and Garboldisham, Norfolk, and Brokes (in Ipswich), Suffolk, by Christian, daughter of Willian le Latimer, Knt. They had two sons, Robert, Knt., and John, and two daughters. Anne (wife of Robert Pashley, Knt.) and Joan. Alice was heiress in 1333 to her brother, Robert de Bois, ..."
Source <Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology, Volume 4>:
"... In 1298 when Sir Robert de Bosco (who succeeded his brother Gilbert de Bosco J died, he was seized of Manors at Fersfield, Garboldisham, Denston, Burston, &c, and in 1285 he had received the privileges of a pillory, assize of bread and beer, view of frank-pledge, wef and stray for his Manor of Fersfield. The eldest son of this Sir Robert married Christian, daughter of Sir William Latimer, and widow of Sir John Carbonel, of Waldingfield, in Suffolk, and died in 1311, leaving an only son, Robert, and a daughter, Alice. The son dying unmarried, the whole estate passed to his sister, Alice Howard, wife of Sir John Howard, the ancestor of the Dukes of Norfolk, who became possessed of all the Manors, Advowsons, &c, of the De Boscos. ..."
Source <A Genealogical History of the Dormant: Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct ...> Par Sir Bernard Burke:
"The surname of Latimer is remarked from an old inquisition to have been attributed to Wrenoc, the son of Meirric, who held certain lands by the service of being latimer, that is interpreter between the Welsh and English. Of this name, English history has since boasted of several distinguished personages.
William Le Latimer, in the 2nd Bichard I., 1190-1, paid 100 shillings to have a trial at law with Geffry de Valoins, who had possessed himself of part of his park at Billenges, York. To this William s. another,
William Le Latimer, who, in the 38th Henry III., A.d. 1254, was made sheriff of Yorkshire, and governor of the castle at York, and the next year governor of Pickering Castle. In this sheriffalty he continued for nearly five years, during which period he had a military summons to march into Scotland in aid of (the minor) King Alexander (Henry III.'s son in-law), against his rebellious subjects : and be was constituted escheator-general throughout all the cos. of England. In the 47th Henry III., 1263, he obtained the king's precept to the conservators of the peace, in the cos. of York, Cumberland, Northumberland, Lincoln, and Northampton, to make restitution to him of all his lands which had been seized in the baronial war. He appears, however, in those contests to have sided with the crown, for we find him upon the full re-establishment of the power of the king again filling the office of sheriff of Yorkshire, and again governor of the castles at York and Scarborough. ..."
His lordship m. Alice, eldest dau. and co-heir of Walter Ledet, alias Braybrook, by whom he acquired a moiety of the barony of Warden, in the county of Northampton, and a moiety of the town and whole hundred of Corby, in the same shire. ...
Lord Latimer d. in 1305, and was s. by his eldest son, William Le Latimer, ..."
Source <The Historic Peerage of England: Exhibiting, Under Alphabetical Arrangement ...> Par Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas,William Courthope:
"LATIMER, Barons by Writ.
I. 1299. 1.William Le Latimer, summ. to Parl. from 29 Dec. 28 Edw. I. 1299, to 22 Jan. 33 Edw. I. 1305, as "Willielmo le Latimer, Seniori," Lord of Latimer, called the Rich; he m. Alicia, the eldest dau. and coh. of Walter Ledet, alias Braybrook (who died 1316); ob. 1305. ..."
"Lord William le Latimer & Alice Ledet
~1240, William born in England, s/o William le Latymer.
~1252, Alice born in England, coheir & d/o Walter Ledet & Ermentrude ?.
Alice's father died.
5/29/1258, Ratification, at the instance of S. de Monte Forti, earl of Leicester, for John de Haya to sell … to Ermentruda late the wife of Walter Leydet of the marriage of two daughters and heirs of the said Walter …
Walter married Alice and acquired a moiety of the of the barony of Warden, and a moiety of the whole hundred of Corby, both in Northampton. [Walter's brother John married Alice's sister Christiana (her 2nd).]
Aft. 2/8/1268, William's father died.
6/28/1284, William le Latymer, escheator north of Trent, present at the proof of age of Lucy, heiress of Peter de Brus of Skelton castle. [Lucy his future daughter-in-law.]
1287, William and wife Alice held the market of Potton, Bedfordshire. ...
7/1/1297, Grant to William le Latimer, staying in Gascony on the king's service, of the marriage of Isabella, daughter and heir of Simon de Sherstede, …
11/25/1298, Appointment of William le Latimer, le pere, as captain-general in the counties of Nottingham, Derby, York, and Northumberland. ...
1299\endash 1305, William summoned to parliament. ...
2/12/1304\endash 12/15/1304, William, 1st Lord Latimer of Scampston, Yorkshire died. ...
5/29/1315, As Alice, late the wife of William Latymer, had her service with the late king in the said army for the service of a quarter of a fee, ...
Child of William and Alice:
i. William le Latimer, born ~1268 in England. [Heir]
ii. Joan le Latimer, born ~1270 in England.
iii. John Latimer, born by 1284 in England."
William married Alice LEDET, Of Corby  [MRIN: 2328], daughter of Walter LEDET, Of Braybrooke & Corby  and Ermentrude DE LISLE . (Alice LEDET, Of Corby  was born in 1252 in , , England and died in 1316 in , , England.)