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A16939 A catalogue and succession of the kings, princes, dukes, marquesses, earles, and viscounts of this realme of England, since the Norman Conquest, to this present yeare, 1619 Together, vvith their armes, vviues, and children: the times of their deaths and burials, with many their memorable actions. Collected by Raphe Brooke Esquire, Yorke Herauld: discouering, and reforming many errors committed, by men of other profession, and lately published in print ... Brooke, Ralph, 1553-1625. 1619 (1619) STC 3832; ESTC S107111 214,884 345

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England but the youngest who was first married vnto William de Romare Earle of Lincolne and after to Peter de Brus who dyed in the Holy-Land in the sixe and twentieth yeare of King Henry the first Et portoit Gueulles a vn Croix patee vaire VVIlliam surnamed le Gros sonne of Stephen was after the death of his father Earle of Abemarle and Lord of Holdernesse he married Cicely daughter of William Fitz Duncan sonne of Malcolme King of Scots by Alice de Rumely Lady of Harwood with whom he had in marriage the Honour and Lands of Crauen in Yorkeshire and had issue Hawis his onely daughter and heire first married to William de Magnauile Earle of Essex and after to William de Fortibus or de Forts Baron of Olem by whom she had issue William de Forts Earl of Albemarle father of Aueline wife of Edmond first earle of Lancaster sonne of King Henry the third lastly the said Hawis married Baldwin de Betun This William le Grosse founded the Abbey of Melsa Anno one thousand one hundred and fiftie and dyed the seauen and twentieth yeare of King Henry the second and was buried in the Abbey of Thornton which was of his owne foundation Et portoit les armes de son Pere ' VVIlliam Magnauile Earle of Essex and Lord of Plesse and in right of Hawis his wife daughter and heire of William le Grosse was also Earle of Albemarle and Lord of Holdernesse in the yeare of our Lord one thousand one hundred seuenty and nine and died at Roane in the second yeare of King Richard the first without issue Et portoit escartelle d'or gueulles WIlliam de Fortibus Baron of Olem second husband vnto Hawis Countesse of Albemarle Daughter and heire of William le Grosse in whose right he was Earle of Albemarle and Lord of Holdernesse by whom hee had issue William Earle of Albemarle father of Aueline wife of Edmond Earle of Lancaster This William de Forts by the name of Earle of Albemarle in the sixt yeare of the reigne of King Richard the first was a witnesse to the saide Kings Charter of Lands that hee gaue to Reginald de Argentyne and died in the seuenth yeare of King Richard the first Et portoit d'argent au le chef d'gueulles BAldwine de Betun by consent of King Richard the fir●● married and was the third husband to Hawis Counte● of Albemarle Daughter of William le Grosse in whose right 〈◊〉 was Earle of Albemarle and Lord of Holdernesse by who● he had issue one only daughter his heire named Hawis whi●● was married to William sonne and heire of William Marsh●● Earle of Penbrooke and died without issue Maister Lambert in his Perambulation of Kent page 533. saith That this Ba●●● wine de Betun liued and was a Testie in the seauenth yeare 〈◊〉 King Iohn and therefore I holde him the third husband to Hawis Countesse of Albemarle and not the second as Ma●ster Camden and Maister Milles haue set him downe to be her other two h●●bands being dead long before This Baldwine dyed in the thirteenth yeare o● King Iohn and was buried in the Abbey of Meaux whereof he was the Founder Et portoit d'argent bande de six d'argent de gueulles au chef d'or WIlliam de Fortibus sonne of William de Forts by Ha●● Countesse of Albemarle aforesaide after the death of his mother and her three husbands was the sixt Earle of A●bemarle and Lord of Holdernesse He maried Auelyne daughter of Richard Lord Montfichet and by her had issue William which was after Earle of Albemarle This William died in the six and twentith yeare of King Henry the third and was buried in the Abbey of Meaux Et portoit d'argent au chef de gueulles VVIlliam de Fortibus the last of that name and Familie was the seauenth Earle of Albemarle and Lord of Holdernesse c. He married to his first wife Christian daughter of Alan Earle of Galloway in Scotland who died without issue the 30. yeare of King Henry the third and was buried in the Abbey of Thornton His second wife was Isabel daughter of Bauldwine the fourth of that name Earle of Deuon and sister and heire to Baldwine the fift and last Earle of Deuon of the surname of Riuers by whom he had issue two sonnes and two daughters Thomas the eldest sonne died without issue and was buried at Stamford William the second Sonne died at Oxford without issue and was buried by his brother Auice the eldest sister died also without issue and was buried in the Abbey of Melsa and Aueline the second sister and co-heire of Baldwine aforesaid was married in the fifty foure yeare of king Henry the third to Edmond Crooke-backe Earle of Lancaster second sonne of the said king Henry the third This Countesse of Albemarle and Deuon and Lady of the Isle of Wight for so she writ her selfe ouer liued her husband and in her widdow-hood sold the Isle of Wight and a great part of the Earledome of Deuon and counselled her daughter Aueline to giue her whole inheritance after her death from the Courtneis her next heires to Lord Edmond her husband and his heires which she accordingly did This William died in the fortith yeare of king Henry the third and was buried in the Abbey of Meaux Et portoit les armes de son pere ' THomas of Woodstocke sixt son of King Edward the third was by King Richard the second created Earle of Albemarle he was also Earle of Buckingham and Northampton Duke of Glocester and Constable of England and married Elianor daughter and co-heire of Humfrey de Bohun Earle of Hereford Essex and Constable of England and had issue Humfrey Earle of Buckingham and Anne married to Edmond Earl Stafford This Thomas of Woodstock was taken by force out of his Castle of Plessy in Essex by Thomas Mowbray Earle Marshall of England and conueied secretly to Callis and there most cruelly murthered his body beeing brought ouer into England was buried at Westminster the xxij of King Richard the second 1398. Les armes de france seme D'engleterre escartelle a la bordute d'argent EDward Plantagenet sonne and heire of Edmond of Langley Duke of Yorke in the thirteenth yeare of King Richard the second was Earle of Rutland and Corke his father then liuing and in the one and twentith of the said Kings reigne hee was created Duke of Albemarle from which Dukedome he was deposed by Parliament in the first yeare of King Henrie the fourth He married Phillip daughter and co-heire of Iohn de Mohun Lord of Dunsten and was slaine at the battell of Egencourt 1415. and was buried at Fotheringale without issue Et portoit france seme D'engleterre escartelle a lambell de trois points perpale gueulles d'argent charge ' de six chastells d'or six lions rampant gueulles THomas Duke of Clarence second sonne to King Henrie the fourth in the thirteenth yeare of his Fathers reigne was created
were the Daughters of William Lord Bruse of Brecknocke begotten of Eua his Wife one of the daughters of William Marshall the elder Earle of Penbrooke So that this Lora was their great Aunt not their mother Mil. pag. 836.   WIlliam de Clynton youngest sonne of Iohn de Clynton and of Ida his wife daughter and one of the heirs of William de Oding sells Baron of Marstoke was by King Edward the third created Earle of Huntington 1337. THis William de Clynton Earle of Huntington here mentioned was sonne of Iohn Lord Clynton and Mauld Beaumont and Grandchild to another Iohn and Idona Mil. pag. 916. Now he hath left out Iohn L. Clynton and Mauld Beaumont the said Williams right father and mother made him son to his Grandfather and Grand mother Idona IOhn Hastings son and heire of Lawrence was the second Earl of Penbroke who at his death lefte Anne Maney his wife great with child of Iohn Hastings the third Earle of Penbroke Mil. pag. 1098. HOw could Margaret daughter of King Edward the third be mother of Iohn Hastings the third Earl of Penbroke when as at the said Iohns death he sayth that Anne Manny his Fathers second wife was great with Childe of him except he proue that he had two Mothers Iohn Hastings third Earl of Penbroke was son of Iohn Hastings second Earle of Penbroke begotten of his first wife Margaret daughter of King Edward the third Milles page 1099.   A Table of the Seuerall Catalogues contained in this Booke ARundell 1 Albemarle 10 Anguish 15 Atholl 17 Buckingham 18 Bedford 21 Britaine Richmond 25 Bath 35 Bridge-water 36 Boughan 37 Chester 37 Cornwall 44 Carlile 51 Cumberland 53 Cambridge 54 Deuonshire 56 Derby 65 Dorset 73 Essex 78 Excester 85 Ewe or Augie 88 Ferrars 65 Glocester 90 Hartford 90 Hereford 99 Huntington 105 Kent 114 Kendall 121 Lincolne 122 Lancaster 127 Leicester 131 March 137 Mountague 140 Mountgomery 142 Northumberland 142 Norfolke 151 Northampton 161 Nottingham 165 Oxford 169 Penbroke 177 Rutland 189 Richmond Britaine 25 Riuers 193 Shrewsbury 194 Salisbury 200 Suffolke 208 Somerset 213 Stafford 219 Southampton 223 Sussex 225 Surrey 230 Tankeruile 239 Viscounts 269 Winchester 239 Worcester 244 Wiltshire 248 Westmerland 252 Warwicke 255 Yorke 265 Faults escaped in Printing to be Corrected thus IN Edward the 1. Children by his first wife reade Elianor borne the 50. yeare of her Grand-fathers Reigne In Edw. 1. Children by his second wife line 20. reade Edward the third for Edward the fourth In Edward the seconds issue reade Iohn of Eltham died in Anno 1334. for 1354. In Henry the 8. base children reade Henry Fitz-Roy created Earle of Nottingham at seuen yeares of age Pag. 13. line 33. reade Dunster for Dunsteth Pag. 18. line 9. reade before He maried by the name of Earle of Buckinghā Pag. 20. line 12. reade Vrsula for Vrsuld Page 21. line 22. reade Apulia for Turkey Page 22. line 39. reade Sir Thomas Fitz-Williams Father of William Pag. 23. line 1. reade Katherine for Margaret Ibid. line 4. reade 31. for 13. Page 24. line 7. reade Hampton-Court for the Tower of London Ibid. line 10. reade third for second Ibid. line 11. reade second for third Ibid. line last reade hath issue for had no issue Page 29. line 17. reade Euerard for Euerus Page 34. line 33. reade Tarbolton for Trebant Page 36. line 6. reade Edward Lord Fitz-Walter for Richard Ibidem The Earle of Bridgwaters Armes vide 276. Page 37. line 23. reade Aurenches for Aurenges Ibid. line 29. reade Rufus for Ruphus Pag. 38. line 18. reade Morcar for Mocar Pag. 39. line 11. reade Robert Quincy sonne of Sayre Earle of Winchester Page 47 line 23. reade Gauershith for Gauershife Page 48. line 22. reade Wenselaus for Veselanus Page 52. line 16. reade Dreux for Drux In the beginning of the Earles of Clare line 1. reade Richard sonne of Gilbert for Richard Fitz-Gilbert Ibid. line 11. reade 1131 for 1331. Ibid. leafe 2. line 26. reade Gilbert for Iohn Ibid. at Rich. the second Earle of Glocester line 8. reade Beuis for Benet Ibid. last page line 18. reade Kyme for Kent Page 54. reade Edward Neuill for Henry Neuill Pag. 62. line 11. reade Grandchilde for Grandfather Page 63. line 7. reade Somersetshire for Deuonshire Pag. 64 line 17. reade Sir William Maynard for Sir Henry Page 71. line 19. leaue out Einsham in Oxford Pag. 73 line 3. reade 217. for 2171. Pag. 74 line 16. reade Edmond Beauford sonne of Iohn Beauford Errata Page 79 line 29. reade for Geffrey Fitz-Piers Armes Et portoit escartelle d'or et de gueulles au bordure vaire Page 83. line 29. reade Sir Nicholas Tufton for Sir Iohn Pag. 83 line 32. In Parr reade 36 for 25. Ibid. line 30. reade Baron Parr of Kendall Page 90. line 20. reade Baieux for Bayon Page 98. line 21. reade was made Baron Seymour and Duke c. Pag. 99 line 11. reade sonne of Osberne Page 104. for Henry Plantagenets Armes reade Semè de France escartellè D'engleterre au lambell d'hermines Pag. 109 line 7. reade 1219. as Sir Robert Cotton saith Pag. 117 line 2. reade Sir Thomas Holland sonne of Sir Robert Pag. 120 line 16 reade Sir Henry Grey second sonne for third Pag. 122 line 34 reade 1151 for 111. Pag. 136 line 19 reade 1588. for 1586. Page 150. line 25 reade Sir Thomas Stanley for Sir Edward Ibid. line 42. adde Elianor Percy wife to Sir William Herbert Pag. 153 line 15 reade partition for petition Pag. 176. line 14. reade Elizabeth for Anne Ibid. line 16. reade 18. Earle of Oxford for 19. Pag. 187 line the last reade du trois lyons for lyons Page 190. line first reade Edmond Plantagenet third son for son and heyre Ibid. line 1. reade Edmond Plantagenet third son of Richard Duke of Yorke Page 191. line 9. leaue out Elianor married to Iohn Bourchier Page 192. line 16. reade Frances for Mary Pag. 199 line last reade 1616 for 1618. Page 202. line 24. reade 11. for 9. Page 210. line 4. reade had issue for had no issue Pag. 212 line 23. reade Harington for Huntington Page 213. line 6. leaue out Queene Elizabeth Page 214. line 8. reade Hugh for Henry Vere Page 215. line 23. reade which was by King Henry 8. to The Bullen as in pa. 250 Page 223. line 21. leaue out heyre Ibid. line 21. reade sister for sister and heyre Pag. 233 line 11. reade 38 for 28. Pag 234 line 12. reade 1347 for 1357. Page 242. line 33. reade M. 11. for M. 2. Pag. 263. line 8. reade Henry Lord Mountague Ibid. line the last reade 1499 for 1599. Page 265. line 3. reade Chancellor for Treasurer FINIS
sight of the blinde and mishapen whelps which the ouer-hasty brought forth But now as well for the Reasons afore-shewed as also at the instance of some of my Honourable Friends I haue thought meete hauing first made his Maiesty acquainted therewith to publish and present the same vnto your Lordships wherein besides the errors aboue cited your Honours shall haue heere in the next leafe following many others yea such as cry out to bee reformed by your authority which I trust of your owne Noble care and Honourable dispositions you will so execute that henceforth the Nobility and Gentry of this Land together with the Officers of Armes may hold their owne better And that the vndigested Notes of dead Heraulds and Painters bookes to the preiudice of the liuing be not published by any And that in these matters of Armes and Descents none but sworn Officers of Armes may be suffered to meddle yea that amongst our selues none may be suffered to giue the ancient Ensignes and tokens of Honour and Armes vnto such as haue neither Descent nor Deserts to commend nor enable them thereunto These and the like abuses done to our Profession are enough my good Lords for me to point at by way of Epistle and fully sufficient I hope to draw your Honourable cares for amendment thereof But many more great errors haue I likewise discouered yea almost in euery page of my Booke which Booke with my poore endeuours I humbly offer vnto your most Noble protection and Patronage And if your Honors shall be pleased fauourably to censure and accept the same as earnestly I wish and pray you I shall thinke my paines heerein well bestowed take encouragement to perfect and finish a farre greater worke begun in this my Profession otherwise to do you the best seruice I am able Your Lordships deuoted in all duty and seruice RAPHE BROOKE Yorke Herauld A CATALOGVE OF THE Kings of England since the Norman Conquest their Armes Wiues and Children For the authority of the Armes of the Kings of England from William Conquerors time to king Richard the first I finde none of any great credite but what hath beene vsed by traditions that will I set downe as I finde them William Conqueror as it is saide vsed the Armes of Rollo the Dane and first Duke of Normandy which he bare as belonging to the Dukedome of Normandy Gueulles deux Lyons passant gardant d'or His Issue Robert sur-named Curtuoise which is Short Bootes being Duke of Normandy was taken prisoner at Tenarchbray in Normandy in the yeare 1106. and by commandement of William his brother he had both his eyes put out and dyed in the Castle of Cairdiffe in the yeare 1134. when he had beene prisoner there 28. yeares and was buried at Glocester He married Sibill sister of William Earle of Conuersana in Italy by whom he had issue William and Henry Richard second sonne of William Conqueror was slaine in the New Forrest by a Stag and was buried at Winchester William the third sonne sur-named Ruphus of his red haire serued vnder his Father at the battaile of Gerberoth in Normandy where hee was wounded After being King and hunting in the New Forrest the second of August Walter Tirrell a French Knight shot him with an Arrow whereof he presently dyed in the yeare 1100. hauing reigned twelue yeares and eleuen moneths being 43. yeares olde Henry the fourth sonne was borne at Selby in Yorkshire 1070. and sur-named Beauclarke or sine Scholler was by his Father knighted at Westminster in the yeare 1086. Cicely eldest daughter borne in Normandy was Abbesse at Cane where shee dyed without issue Constance the second daughter married to Alan Earle of Britaine sur-named Fergant dyed without issue and was buried at S. Edmondsbury in Suffolke This is that Constance which the honest man Dolman alias Parsons setteth downe to haue issue Conan le Grosse the second Duke of Britaine and Conan le Grosse to haue issue Hoell disinherited by his Father and Bertha married to Eudo Earle of Porret Alice the third daughter was married to Stephen Earle of Bloys in France and had issue King Stephen and others and after professed her selfe a Nun at Marciquy in France and was there buried Ela in her childhood was promised in marriage to King Herauld of England but hee refused her and married another by reason whereof she died vnmarried without issue Gundred the fift daughter married William de Warren a Nobleman of Normandy whom William Conqueror made Earle of Surrey by whom she had issue William the second Earle Warren and Surrey and dyed in childebed at Castle-Acre in Norfolke and was buried at Lewis in Sussex 1085. Margaret the sixt daughter promised to Alphonsus King of Gallicia in Spain and dyed without issue William Peuerell base sonne of William Conqueror was Lord of Nottingham and had issue William a sonne King William Rufus WIlliam Rouse or Rufus sur-named of his red haire the third sonne of William Conqueror This William serued vnder his Father at the battaile of Gerberoth in Normandy where he was wounded He began his Reigne of King of England the ninth day of September in the yeare of our Lord 1087. was crowned at Westminster by Lanfranke Archbishoppe of Canterbury the first day of October He was of person a square man red coloured his haire somewhat yellow his eyes not one like another he was of meane stature somewhat big bellied hee was very variable inconstant couetous and cruell he ouer-burdened his Subiects with vnreasonable taxes pilled the rich and oppressed the poore And being a hunting in the New Forrest the second day of August in the yeare 1100. Sir Walter Tirrell a French Knight shooting at a Deere vnawares smote him in the breast that he fell downe starke dead and neuer spake word His body being conuayed to Winchester was there buried in the 43. yeare of his age hauing reigned almost thirteene yeares leauing no issue to succeed him Les armes de son peré King Henry the first His second wife was Adelicia daughter of Godfrey first Duke of Louaine and sister of another Godfrey and Iocelyn of Louaine She was married the 29. of Ianuary 1121. and continued his wife fifteene yeares but had no issue by him She was after married to William de Albeney Earle of Arundell by whom she had issue William the second Earle of Arundell Godfrey and Ioane married to Iohn Earle of Angi. This Henry dyed of a surfet at Dennises in the Forrest of Lions in Normandy the first day of December in the yeare 1135. being about 67. yeares olde hauing reigned King 35. yeares and foure Moneths In this Henry ended the line of the heyres male of the Norman Kings hauing reigned heere 69. yeares after whom came the French by marrying the heyre generall Les armoiries de son peré His Issue William sonne of King Henry and Queene Mauld his first wife was borne in the yeare 1102. and being 14. yeares old the Nobility did him
the 6. day of Iuly 1189. in the 61. yeare of his age when he had reigned 34. yeares 9. moneths and two daies and was buried at Founteuerald in the Dutchy of Alanson neere to the Towne of the Egle. Et portoit gueulles au deux leopard passant d'or The Jssue of King Henry the second and Queene Elianor bis VVife William eldest sonne borne in the yeare 1152 to whom the Nobility sware fealty at the Castle of Wallingford in Berkshire he dyed in the yeare 1156 being but fiue yeares olde and was buried at Reading by his great Grandfather King Henry the first Henry the second sonne after the death of William his Brother was Duke of Normandy Earle of Aniou and Mayne and was crowned king in the life time of his Father the 1● of Iune 1170. His wife was Margaret daughter of Lewis the younger king of France and was married at Newburgh in Normandy 1160. and she was after crowned Queene at Winchester 1163. He dyed at Marcell in Touraine the eleuenth of Iune 1182. and was buried at Roan Richard the third sonne was borne at Oxford 1157. and was sur-named of the French Cuer-de-Lyon He was first created earle of Poyctou had the whole Dutchy of Aquitaine for which he did his homage to King Lewis the yonger of France 1170. After he fell at variance with his Father and maintained wars against him but he was afterwards reconciled into his Fathers loue againe succeeded him in his Kingdome Geffrey the fourth sonne borne the fift yeare of his Fathers Reigne he married Constance daughter and heyre of Conan Duke of Britaine and did his homage for the same to his brother Henry and dyed at Paris 1186. the 19 of August and was buried in our Lady Church there hauing issue Arthur Duke of Britaine borne after his Fathers death and a daughter named Elianor which dyed in prison in King Henry the thirds time This Constance was also married to Randoll Earle of Chester Philip the fift sonne was borne in the fifteenth yeare of his Fathers Reigne and dyed young and was buried in S. Paules Church in London Iohn the sixt sonne was borne in the yeare 1166. and sur-named Sanz-terre without Land because when he was King hee resigned his Crowne and Kingdome to the Pope which Pandulphus his Legate kept for the space of foure daies to the Popes vse He was created Earle of Mortaigne and had withall the Earledomes of Cornwall Glocester Derby and Lancaster the Honours of Wallingford and Nottingham and lastly was King Mauld the eldest daughter was borne in the third yeare of her Fathers reign and married Henry sur-named the Lyon Duke of Saxony and Sardinia she suruiued her husband and dyed in the first yeare of King Richard the first and was after buried by her husband in the Church of S. Blase at Brunswick leauing issue Othe Emperor Henry Duke of Saxony and William and a daughter named Elianor Elianor second daughter borne at Roan 1162. married Alfonsus the ninth of that name King of Castile in Spaine and had issue Sancheus that dyed yong as also his brother Ferdinando Henry King of Castile Blanch Queen of France wife to Lewis the eight and Mother of S. Lewis Berengar married vnto Alphonsus King of Leon Vrraca Queene of Portingall and Elianor wife to King Iames King of Arragon Ioane the third daughter borne in the Citty of Angiers in France 1166. being but eleuen yeares olde was conueyed to the Citty of Palermo and there married to William the second King of Cicill Duke of Apulia and Prince of Capua 1177. and was crowned Queene at the same place She had issue a sonne named Beaumond who was Duke of Apulia and dyed young She was after married to Raymond the fourth of that Name Earle of Tholouze and had issue Raymond the last Earle of that House or Family and a daughter married to Berald of Elbeine Prince of Orange Issue by his Concubine WIlliam sur-named Longspee or Long-Sword begotten of his Paramore the Lady Rosamond daughter of Walter Lord Clifford married Ela daughter and heyre of William Fitz-Patricke Earle of Salisbury and had issue William Longspee a Baron Stephen second sonne Nicholas Bishop of Salisbury and Richard the fourth sonne was a Cannon at Bradstocke Idona married to William Beauchampe Baron of Bedford Ella first married to the Earle of Warwicke and after to Philip Lord Basset and Isabell first married to William Lord Vescy and after to Walter Lord Clifford Father of Roger. King Richard the first His second wife was Berengaria daughter of Sanches the fourth King of Nauarre who married him at Ciprus and accompanied him to the holy land He was slaine by Bertram de Gurdonn with the shot out of a Crossebow at a Castle of the Viscount of Limoges called Chalons which wounding him in the shoulder the Surgeons hauing drawne out the wood of the Arrow and not the enuenomed yron forke mangled the Arme with cruell incisions that the paines thereof hastned his death when he had raigned almost nine yeares He was buried at Founteuerard in France at his Fathers feete the 6. of Aprill in the yeare 1199. without any lawfull issue He had two base children Philip a sonne and Isabell a daughter King Richard the first did beare for his Armes in his Pauis or Shield one lyon rampant and this is the first Armes that euer I could see any authority for King Iohn Isabell second wife to King Iohn was daughter and heyre of Aymer Earle of Angolesme by whom he had issue as heereafter followeth This Isabell ouer-liued King Iohn and married Hugh de Brun Earle of the Marches of Aquitaine Lord of Lusignan and Valence in Poyton to whom she should haue bene married before she married King Iohn by whom she had diuers children greatly aduanced by King Henry the third their halfe brother This King lying in the Abbey of Swansteed not farre from Lincolne was poysoned by a Monke of the Order of S. Bernard who to make his match sure and to auoide iealousie and suspition first dranke vnto the King and poysoned himselfe the King beeing brought from the saide Abbey in a Horse-litter vnto the Castle of Newarke there dyed on S. Lukes night the 14. Kalends of Nouember and was after buried at Worcester in the yeare 1216. when he had reigned 17. yeares fiue moneths lacking eight dayes at the age of 51. yeares This Iohn beeing King of England and Duke of Normandy in right of his Grand-mother Mauld the Empresse and Duke of Aquitaine by Elianor his Mother ioyned the Armes of Aquitaine being a Lyon passant gardant vnto the Armes of Normandy and England making it Gueulles trois Lyons passant gardant d'or King Johns Jssue by Isabell his last Wife King Henry the third borne at Winchester the first of October 1208. being the tenth yeare of his Fathers Reigne Richard second sonne of King Iohn was borne the next yeare after his Brother King Henry by whom he was made Knight and created
brought and deliuered to Sir Robert Mallet Knight who sent him to the Tower of London and after banished the Land and all his goods confiscated to the Kings vse William Brampton Roger Leicester Iohn Luneth and Richard Lithbury before named being accused of wrongfull iudgements and other foule mis-demeanors were deliuered out of the Tower of London by paying each of them a thousand Markes fyne and Salomon de Rogester Thomas de Sudington Richard de Boiland and Walter de Hopton Iustices that rode the circuites were charged with the like offences were punished accordingly Sir Raphe de Hingham a Iustice of great account and who had the managing of the whole affaires of the Realme was charged with many notorious abuses and purchased his peace with a great summe of money Adam de Stretten Lord Chiefe-Baron of the Exchecquer a man of great possessions lost all his liuings and 34. thousand Markes in ready money and yet it was thought he had great fauour in that he lost not his life King Edward married two wiues and had issue by them both Queene Elianor his first Wife was sister of Alphonsus King of Castile and daughter of Ferdinando the third She was married to him at Bures in Spaine 1254. and was crowned with him and liued with him 36. yeares and dyed at Herdeby in Lincolnshire the 29. of Nouember 1290. and was buried at Westminster and at euery place where she rested comming from Herdeby he erected a Crosse Margaret his second wife was sister of Philip the faire King of France and eldest daughter of Philip the Hardy son of S. Lewis she was married vnto him at Canterbury the 8. of September 1299. She ouer-liued King Edward and remained a Widdow ten yeares after and dyed the 10. of Edward the second 1317. and was buried in the Gray-Fryars in London before the high Altar in the Quier which before she had built King Edward dyed at Brugh vpon the Sands in the yeare 1307. the seuenth of Iuly when he had reigned 34. yeares seuen moneths and odde dayes being 68. yeares olde and was buried at Westminster vnto which Church he had giuen a hundred pound lands a yeare Et portoit de gueulles au trois lyons paffant gardant d'or armé lampasse d'azur His Issue by his first Wife Iohn eldest sonne borne at Winchester and dyed a childe and was buried at Westminster the 8. of August in the last yeare of King Henry the third Henry second sonne dyed young his Father being then in the Isle of Cicill was buried at Westminster the 20. of Nouember 1272. Alphons third sonne borne in the Towne of Mayne in Gascoigne as his Father and Mother were comming out of the Holy-Land to England the 23. of Nouember 1273. and dyed at Windesore the 4. of August 1285. and was buried at Canterbury Edward the fourth sonne borne at Cairnaruon in North Wales the 25. of Aprill 1284. After the death of Lewellyn ap Griffith was created Prince of Wales by his Father being the first of the Kings sonnes of England that had that Title He was also Earle of Ponthieu and of Chester and was made Knight by his Father on Whitsonday 1306. Elianor eldest daughter borne at Windesore in the 50. yeare of her Fath●●● Reigne and was married with a Proxie to a Deputy for Alphons King of Arragon sonne of King Peter who dyed before marriage leauing his Kingdome to his Brother Iames. She was after married at Bristow 1292. to Henry the third Earle of Barrie in Champayne in France and had issue Edward Earle of Barrie from whom the Dukes and Earles of Barrie do descend Ioane her daughter was married to Iohn Earle Warren and Surrey in England Ioane second daughter was borne at Acon in the Holy-Land where her Mother remained during her Fathers wars with the Sarrazins and beeing 18. yeares olde was married to Gilbert de Clare Earle of Glocester and Hartford by whom she had issue Gilbert Earle of Clare slaine in Scotland without issue and others as in the Title of Earles of Glocester She married to her second husband Sir Raphe Mounthermer Knight who during his wiues life was Earle of Glocester and sate in all Parliaments by that Title She liued 38. yeares and dyed in the first yeare of the Reigne of King Edward the second and was buried in the Fryers Augustines in Clare Margaret third daughter borne in the Castle of Windesore 1275. and at 18. yeares of age was married at Westminster on the 9. day of Iuly 1290. to Iohn the second Duke of Brabant and had issue Iohn the third Father of Margaret wife of Lewis of Mechlyn Earle of Flanders and Mother of the Lady Margaret heyre of Brabant and Flanders who was married to Phillip Duke of Burgundy Berengaria the fourth daughter borne 1276. and dyed a childe Alice the fift daughter dyed young Mary sixt daughter borne at Windesore the 22. of Aprill 1279. was at ten yeares of a●● made a Nun at Ambresbury in Wiltshire at the request of Queene Elianor her Grand-mother who at that time was Lady Abbesse there Elizabeth the seuenth daughter was borne in Rutland Castle in Flintshire 1284. and being 14. yeares olde was married at London to Iohn the first of that name Earle of Holland and Lord of Freezeland who dyed two yeares after without issue After whose death she was married to Humfrey de Bohun Earle of Hereford without any dowry by whom she had issue Iohn and Humfrey as in the Title of Earles of Hereford Beatrix the eight daughter of King Edward the first Blanch the ninth daughter dyed a Childe Issue by Queene Margaret the second Wife Thomas the fift sonne of King Edward the first was borne at Brotherton a little Village in Yorkshire in the yeare 1300. and was after the death of Roger Bigot created Earle of Norfolke and Marshall of England He had two wiues the first was Alice daughter of Sir Roger Hayles of Harwich in Suffolke by whō he had issue Edward and others as in the Title of Earles of Norfolke His second wife was Mary daughter of William Lord Ros widdow of Sir Raphe Cobham who out liuing him married the third time William Lord Bruse of Brember in Sussex Edmond the sixt sonne was borne at Woodstocke in Oxfordshire the fift of August 1301. and was created Earle of Kent He married Margaret daughter of Iohn and sister and sole heyre of Thomas Lord Wake of Lidell in Northamptonshire and had issue two sonnes that dyed without issue and one daughter as in the Title of Earles of Kent The daughter was Ioane sur-named The faire Maid of Kent first married to William Mountague Earle of Salisbury from whō being diuorced she was after married to Sir Thomas Holland Earle of Kent and by him had issue Thomas and Iohn both Dukes of Surrey and Earles of Huntington Lastly she married for her third husband Edward the blacke Prince had issue King Richard the second This Edmond was beheaded at Winchester the 19. of
March in the fourth yeare of King Edward the fourth his Nephew Elianor the tenth daughter was borne at Winchester the 6. of May 1306. dyed young without issue and was buried in S. Peters Church at Westminster King Edward the second Heereupon they assembled together in a Parliament time at the New Temple in London and there agreed that the said Pieres should depart and be banished the Realme againe the second time and not to returne againe at any time after To this the King but sore against his will agreed and made his Letters Patents to the saide Lords to witnesse the same and the Archbishop of Canterbury did pronounce the said Pieres accursed if he tarried any longer then the time appointed him and likewise all those that should ayde helpe or maintaine him Whereupon Pieres was constrained to ship himselfe at Bristow for Ireland though sore against the Kings will threatning the Lords to bee reuenged But not long after Pieres returned againe into England and came to the King at Yorke at whose comming the King greatly reioyced and lying in the Bishops Pallace caused Pieres to be lodged in the Castle not farre from him Not long after the King was willing for his recreation to take the Sea leauing Pieres of Gaueston at Yorke The Barons pursued Gaueston who fledde to Scarborough where the Barons tooke him and carried him to a place called Blacklow and there the 9. of Iune caused his head to be stricken off Afterwards the young Prince the Queene and Nobility finding fault with the two Spencers Hugh the Father and Hugh the sonne for misleading and abusing the King State in like manner as Gaueston had done caused them likewise to be taken put to death without any triall or answer Which done the Queene with her Sonne and the Nobility called a Parliament wherin King Edward was iudged not worthy to beare or weare the Crowne but for diuers causes was to be deposed and Prince Edward his sonne to bee chosen in his place This beeing agreed on King Edward being all this while prisoner in Kenilworth Castle was taken and carried from thence by night to Corffe Castle and from thence to Barkely Castle where he was most cruelly murdered by Thomas Gorney Iohn Maltreuers and others his keepers He was deposed the 25. of Ianuary 1326. when he had reigned almost twenty yeares and was murdered the 21. of September 1327. and his body was buried at Glocester He married Isabell daughter of Philip the faire King of France and sister and heire of her three Brothers Lodowike Hutin Philip the long and Charles the faire She was married in our Lady Church at Bolloigne the 22. of Ianuary 1308. being but twelue yeares olde and was his wife twenty yeares and his widdow thirty and dyed at Rising neere London and was buried in the Gray-Fryars in London Et portoit les armes de son peré His Issue Edward sur-named of Windsore eldest sonne borne in Windsore Castle the 13. of October 1312. the sixt of his Fathers Reigne He was first created Prince of Wales and Duke of Aquitaine in a Parliament held at Yorke 1322. and was made Lord warden of England vnto whom all the Lords swore fealty and receiued the oath of allegiance He was after King of England by the name of King Edward the third Iohn sur-named of Eltham second sonne was borne at Eltham in the yeare 1315. and at twelue yeares of age was created Earle of Cornwall at a Parliament held at Salisbury 1327. and after dyed in Scotland at S. Iohns Towne vnmarried 1333. and lyeth buried at Westminster Ioane eldest daughter was borne in the Tower of London and was married at Barwicke being very young the eighteenth day of Iuly 1329. to Dauid Prince of Scotland sonne and heyre of Robert Bruse being but seuen yeares of age This Dauid was after King by the name of Dauid the second She was his wife 28. yeares and comming into England to visite her brother King Edward the third dyed without issue 1353. and was buried in the Gray-Fryars in London Elianor second daughter was married to Reginald second Earle of Gelders for his second Wife and had giuen her in marriage 15000. pounds 1332. Who being Vicar general of the empire to the emperor Lewis of Bauaria created him the first Duke of Gelders She had issue Reginald and Edward both Dukes after their Father and dyed without issue leauing his Dutchy and his Wife to his Nephew William Duke of Gulike his halfe sisters sonne King Edward the third And because he was but 14. yeares of age and not able to gouerne of himselfe it was decreed that twelue of the greatest Lords within the Realme should haue the rule and gouernment vntill hee came of more yeares which were the Arch-Bishops of Canterbury and Yorke the Bishops of Winchester and Hereford Henry Earle of Lancaster Thomas of Brotherton Marshall of England Edmond of Woodstocke Earle of Rent Iohn Earle Warren Thomas Lord Wake Henry Lord Percy Sir Oliuer Ingham and the Lord Iohn Ros who were sworne of the Kings counsell and charged with the gouernment as they would answere the same In the first yeare of this Kings Reigne dyed Charles King of France the third Brother of Queene Isabell Mother of King Edward the third by whose death the Kingdome of France did descend to King Edward by Isabell his Mother the onely sister and heyre of her three Brothers Kodowike Hutin Philiple Long and Charles the faire Kings of France But the said Kingdome was vsurped and possessed by Philip de Valois Vnckle to the saide Charles who did intrude himselfe by force In the yeare 1339. King Edward going to make his clayme to the Kingdome of France praied ayde of the Flemings who before had sworne and bound themselues in a bond of a Million of golde in the Popes Chamber that they should alwayes helpe the King of France and fight vnder his Ensigne for release whereof King Edward by the perswasion of Iaques D'Artuell of Gaunt did quarter the Armes of France with the Armes of England and proclaimed himselfe King of France By which acte the Flemings held themselues discharged of their band and oath After Charles the sixt French King of that Name enuying greatly that the Kings of England should beare the Armes of France which was semie de luces changed the same vnto three De luces of which thing King Henry the fift of England tooke example and bare the like By reason whereof the Kings of France haue euer since ceased to make any further change of their Armes He married Philip daughter of William Earle of Henault and Holland and sisters daughter of Philip of Valoys King of France afore mentioned This marriage was at Yorke the 24. of Ianuary and she was crowned at Westminster the first Sunday in Lent following 1327. She was his Wife 42. yeares and dyed the 15. of August 1369. and was buried at Westminster King Edward her husband dyed at Sheene now called Richmond
to bee imprisoned with Humfrey sonne and heyre of Thomas of Woodstocke in the Castle of Trime in Ireland but in the first yeare of King Henry the 4. they were both deliuered and comming into England Humfrey dyed of the plague at Chester Thomas second sonne was created Duke of Clarence in the eleuenth yeare of King Henry the 4. and in the 8. yeare of King Henry the 5. he was made Lieutenant Generall of France and Normandy and in the yeare after was slaine at Bangy-Bridge in France by the Duke of Orliance He married Margaret daughter of Thomas Holland Earle of Kent and Widow of Iohn Beaufort Earle of Somerset as is more at large in the Title of the Dukes and Earles of Clarence Iohn third sonne was made Duke of Bedford the 11. yeare of King Henry the 4. his Father and in the fift yeare of Henry the 5. his brother he was by Parliament made Regent of England and Head of the publike Wealth He knighted King Henry the 6. his Nephew at a Parliament held at Leicester in the 4. yeare of his Reigne And in the first yeare of the said King Henry the 6. being made Regent of France Charles King of France dying the most part of France was deliuered to him by the Nobility there to the vse of King Henry the sixt His marriages and death is more at large in the Title of Bedford Humfrey fourth sonne of King Henry the 4. was by his Brother King Henry the 5. made Duke of Glocester and in the first yeare of Henry the 6. he was made Protector of the Kingdome of England for 15. yeares during the said kings minority and was stiled Humfrey by the grace of God Sonne Brother and Vnckle to Kings Duke of Glocester Henault Holland Zeland and Penbroke Lord