Henry I DE TRACY, of Barnstaple 
- Marriage: Hawise DE TOTNES, of Barnstaple  about 1157 in Barnstaple, Devon, England
- Died: 1166, , , England
"WILLIAM de Tracy (-after 1110). ... m ROHESE, daughter of --- (-after 1110). "William de Tracy" donated property to Mont Saint-Michel on becoming a monk there by charter dated 1110, signed by "…Guillelmi de Traceio, Rohes[ie] uxoris sue, Turgisi filii sui, Henrici filii sui, Gieve sororis sue". William & his wife had two children:
a) TURGISE [I] de Tracy (-after 1110). ...
b) HENRY de Tracy of Barnstaple (-[1164/65]). "William de Tracy" donated property to Mont Saint-Michel on becoming a monk there by charter dated 1110, signed by "…Guillelmi de Traceio, Rohes[ie] uxoris sue, Turgisi filii sui, Henrici filii sui, Gieve sororis sue". "Henricus de Traci…cum filio meo Olivero" donated property to Barnstaple Priory by charter 1146. The 1164/65 Pipe Roll records "Oliverus de Traci" owing ".D. m p parte sua de Honore de Barnestapl" in Devonshire, maybe indicating the recent death of his father
m firstly HAWISE, daughter of ---. Her marriage is confirmed by an undated charter which confirms that her grandson "domini Henrici de Tracy" requested a daily mass at Pilton St James, for the souls of "Henrici de Traci avi sui et Oliveri patris sui et Hawysiæ avæ suæ
m secondly (after [1130/35]) as her second husband, CECILY de Rumilly, widow of WILLIAM FitzRanulf, daughter and heiress of ROBERT de Rumilly [Romilly] of Skipton & his wife ---. Domesday Descendants notes that Cecily de Rumilly married as her second husband "Henry de Tracy of Barnstaple", without citing the corresponding primary source, but adds that "there is no evidence to suggest that she was the mother of Henry de Tracy's heir Oliver".
Henry & his first wife had one child:
i) OLIVER de Tracy of Barnstaple (-after 1203). ..."
Source <The Guernsey and Jersey Magazine, Volumes 3 à 4>:
"... Turgis de Tracy, who signalized his valour at Hastings, commanded the Norman troops, in 1073, in Maine. A natural son of Henry the First bore the name of William de Tracy, probably because he was bom in the castle of that name, situated near to Vire. Henry de Tracy, contemporary with King Stephen, was distinguished for his unshaken attachment to that prince, from whom he received the barony of Barnstaple, in Devonshire. ..."
Henry married Hawise DE TOTNES, of Barnstaple  [MRIN: 3225], daughter of Juhel DE TOTNES, Lord of Barnstaple  and N. DE PIQUIGNY , about 1157 in Barnstaple, Devon, England. (Hawise DE TOTNES, of Barnstaple  was born in Barnstaple, Devonshire, England and died in Barnstaple, Devonshire, England.)