- Born: Abt 1315, , , England
- Marriage: John GODFREY 
- Died: , , England
Source <Memorials of the Danvers family (of Dauntsey and Culworth)> Par F.N. Macnamara:
"FITZ-ELLIS FAMILY OF WATERPERRY
William Fitz-Elys ... died in the time of Henry III., leaving two sons, William and Elias. The latter became rector of Maydebell. His elder brother, William,* (* His wife's name is Margaret) had two sons, Thomas and Roger, and of these Thomas, on his father's death in 1262, became lord of Waterperry. To Roger, his father, by a charter, gave the manor of Corston, and of it Roger was seized at his death in the year 1302. He left the manor to his son William, who died in 1318, leaving Elizabeth, his daughter and heiress, seized of it. Elizabeth married John Russell, Knt., of Bradenstoke, Wilts, and had two sons, John and William. John married twice, first Alice, daughter of John Elkested, by whom he had a son, Nicholas - and we may mention in corroboration of this history that we find amongst the Oxon fines one (5 Edward HI., No. 67) of the date 1331, in which John de Bradenstoke and his wife Elizabeth give lands to their son John and his wife Alice, and, failing children to them, with remainder to the right heirs of John and Elizabeth.
John the younger, on his first wife's death, married Agnes,* (* Probably Agnes Godfrey, daughter of John and Matilda Godfrey.)
by whom he had a daughter, Joan, and then died, predeceasing his father and mother, who died in the year 1363. ... Agnes had again become a widow; and previous to that date Walter Botyller by a charter gave the manor to Thomas Quatermayn, who had married Joan Russell, daughter of the younger John de Bradenstoke. ...
Matilda married John GODFREY  [MRIN: 2847]. (John GODFREY  was born about 1310 in , , England and died in , , England.)