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Baroness Elizabeth de Badlesmere de Mortimer de Bohun

June 4, 2016 , , , , ,

Badlesmere Castle

Badlesmere Castle

My 19th great-grandmother was born in the castle above, located in Kent, England, in 1313.  She died in London in 1356 and is buried in the Black Friars Churchyard.

Baroness Elizabeth de Badlesmere de Mortimer de Bohun

Wife and widow of Sir Edmund de Mortimer, son of Sir Roger de Mortimer and Joan de Geneville. They were married 27 June 1316 in the chapel at the manor of Ernwood in Kinlet, Shropshire and had two sons; Sir Roger and John. Sir Edmund would die at Stanton Lacy in early 1332.

Secondly, wife of Sir William de Bohun, son of Sir Humphrey de Bohun and Elizabeth of England, the daughter of King Edward I. They were married by papal dispensation dated 13 Nov 1335, being related in the 4th degree, and had one son, Sir Humphrey, Earl of Hereford and Essex, and one daughter, Elizabeth, who married Sir Richard de Arundel.

Elizabeth died testate 08 June 1355, buried at Black Friars, London.
Inscription:
Church destroyed in the Great Fire of London. Graves predating 1660 did not survive. AKA St. Ann’s Black Friars.

Elizabeth Countess of Northampton 3rd Baroness of Badlesmere De Badlesmere (1313 – 1356)
19th great-grandmother
Lady Elizabeth Countess Arundel Countess DeBohun (1350 – 1385)
daughter of Elizabeth Countess of Northampton 3rd Baroness of Badlesmere De Badlesmere
Elizabeth Duchess Norfolk Fitzalan (1366 – 1425)
daughter of Lady Elizabeth Countess Arundel Countess DeBohun
Lady Joan De Goushill Baroness Stanley (1402 – 1459)
daughter of Elizabeth Duchess Norfolk Fitzalan
Countess Elizabeth Sefton Stanley (1429 – 1459)
daughter of Lady Joan De Goushill Baroness Stanley
Thomas Sir 8th Earl of Sefton Molyneux (1445 – 1483)
son of Countess Elizabeth Sefton Stanley
Lawrence Castellan of Liverpool Mollenaux (1490 – 1550)
son of Thomas Sir 8th Earl of Sefton Molyneux
John Mollenax (1542 – 1583)
son of Lawrence Castellan of Liverpool Mollenaux
Mary Mollenax (1559 – 1598)
daughter of John Mollenax
Gabriell Francis Holland (1596 – 1660)
son of Mary Mollenax
John Holland (1628 – 1710)
son of Gabriell Francis Holland
Mary Elizabeth Holland (1620 – 1681)
daughter of John Holland
Richard Dearden (1645 – 1747)
son of Mary Elizabeth Holland
George Dearden (1705 – 1749)
son of Richard Dearden
George Darden (1734 – 1807)
son of George Dearden
David Darden (1770 – 1820)
son of George Darden
Minerva Truly Darden (1806 – 1837)
daughter of David Darden
Sarah E Hughes (1829 – 1911)
daughter of Minerva Truly Darden
Lucinda Jane Armer (1847 – 1939)
daughter of Sarah E Hughes
George Harvey Taylor (1884 – 1941)
son of Lucinda Jane Armer
Ruby Lee Taylor (1922 – 2008)
daughter of George Harvey Taylor
Pamela Morse
I am the daughter of Ruby Lee Taylor

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Wow.. that’s a great lineage. Interesting to see how the surnames changed in spelling

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