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Richardson, Douglas, Magna Charta Ancestry (2005).

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MILBORNE

Roger Le Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, married Ida --

Hugh Le Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, married Maud Marshal.

Isabel Le Bigod, married Gilbert de Lacy, of Ewyas Lacy, Herefordshire.

Margery de Lacy, married John de Verdun, Knt., of Alton, Staffordshire.

Thebaud de Verdun, Knt., 1st Lord Verdun, married Margery de Bohun.

Thebaud de Verdun, Knt., 2nd Lord Verdun, married Maud de Mortimer.

Margery de Verdun, married John de Crophill, Knt., of Sutton Bonnington, Nottinghamshire.

Thomas de Crophill, of Newbold Verdun, Leicestershire, married Sibyl de La Bere.

Agnes Crophill, married Walter Devereux, Knt., of Weobley, Herefordshire [see Crophill.9].

10. ELIZABETH DEVEREUX, married before 1422 JOHN MILBORNE (or MELBORNE), Esq., of Tillington, Burghill, and Munsley, Herefordshire, Bughill and Bulley, Gloucestershire, and Holme Spinney (in Bechingham), Lincolnshire, son and heir of Peter de Milborne, Esq., by Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of John Eyelesford, Knt., of Burghill, Herefordshire. They had nine children. JOHN MILBORNE, Esq., died 7 Sept. 1435. His widow, Elizabeth, died in 1475. They were buried at Burghill, Gloucestershire.

Cooke & Mundy Vis. of Worcester 1569 (H.S.P. 27) (1888): 53-56 (Foliot pedigree: "John Mylborne.=Elizebeth da. of Walter Deverux.") (Milborne arms: Gules, a chevron between three excallops argent). Misc. Gen. & Heraldica 5th Ser. 3(1918-19): 197-203. C.C.R. 1435-1441 (1937): 75. Norr Some Early English Peds. (1968): 85-86. VCH Gloucester 10 (1972): 87. West Hist. of Herefordshire (1985): 65. Roskell et al. House of Commons 1386-1421 2(1992): 784, note 5.

11. SIMON MILBORNE, Esq., of Tillington, Burghill, Almeley, Munsley, and Howton (in Kenderchurch), Herefordshire, etc., and, in right of his wife, of Icomb, Worcestershire, Sheriff of Herefordshire. He married JANE BASKERVILLE, daughter and heiress of Ralph Baskverille, Esq., of Erdesley, Herefordshire, by Anne, daughter and heiress of John Blackett, Knt. They had thirteen daughters, Sybil (wife of Richard Hacklut and John Breynton, Knt.), Elizabeth, Alice (wife of Henry Mill and Thomas Baskerville, Esq.), Blanche (wife of James Whitney, Knt. [sic: Esq.--ABB] and William Herbert, Knt.), Katherine (wife of Thomas Barton), Anne, Agnes (wife of Thomas Walwyn, Esq.), Jane, Joyce (wife of Thomas Hyett), Margaret (wife of John Bishop), Juliane, Eleanor, and Jane (wife of Richard Cornwall, Knt.). SIMON MILBORNE, Esq., died testate 14 August 1522.

Chitting & Phillipot Vis. of Gloucester 1623, 1569 & 1582-3 (H.S.O. 21)(1885): 170,254,265,267-269. Cooke & Mundy Vis. of Worcester 1569 (H.S.P. 27) (1888): 53-56 (Foliot pedigree: "Symon Mylborne of Tillington & Idcome esqr.=Jane da. & sole heire of Raffe Baskervile."). Misc. Gen. & Heraldica 2nd Ser. 5(1894):85-86;5th Ser. 3(1918-19): 197-203. C.P.R. 1476-1485 (1901): 401, 491, 561. List of Early Chancery Procs. 1 (PRO Lists and Indexes 12) (1901): 283;5 (PRO Lists and Indexes 38) (1912): 444;6 (PRO Lists and Indexes 48) (1922): 123. Desc. Cat. of Ancient Deeds 5 (1906):462. Philipot et al. Vis. of Buckingham 1634 & 1566 (H.S.P. 58) (1909); 219-220 (Walwine pedigree). C.P.R. 1494-1509 (1916): 642. VCH Worcester 3 (1913): 415. Norr Some Early English Peds. (1968): 85-86. VCH Gloucester 10 (1972): 87. National Library of Wales Jour. 25 (1988): 387-398.

Children of Simon Milborne, Esq., by Jane Baskerville:

i. ELIZABETH MILBORNE [see next.]

ii. ELEANOR MILBORNE, married JOHN MOORE, of Dunclent, Worcestershire [see Foliot 12] FN: 620 Ancestors of Edward Foliot.

iii. Anne Milborne, married William Rudhale, of Rudhale, Herefordshire, Knight of the Shire for Herefordshire, Attorney General to Prince of Wales, 1496-1502, justice in eyre, 1503-9, Attorney General to Queen Katherine of Aragon at the coronation in 1509, Serjeant-at-law, 1521-30, justice of assize, 1523-4, of the Queen's Council, 1529, son of John Rudhale. He was born in 1460. They had three sons, William, John and Charles, and one daughter, Joan. William Rudhale died testate 22 March 1530, and was buried at Ross, Herefordshire. He left a will proved 27 July 1530 (P.C.C. 26 Jankyn). His widow, Anne, was living 1530-2. Duncumb et al. Colls. towards the Hist. & Antiqs. of Hereford 3 (1882): 165 (Rudhale chart). List of Early Chancery Procs. 6 (PRO Lists and Indexes 48) (1922): 123. Wedgwood Hist. of Parliament 1 (1936): 729-730 (biog. of William Rudhale). Norr Some Early English Peds. (1968): 85-86.

Child of Anne Milborne, by William Rudhale:

a. JOAN RUDHALE, married RICHARD READE, of Boddington, Gloucestershire [see BODDINGTON 11] FN: 621 Ancestors of Thomas Booth.

12. ELIZABETH MILBORNE, daughter and co-heiress. She married (1st) THOMAS MONINGTON, Knt., of Sarnesfield-Waters, Herefordshire. They had oner son, Thomas and one daughter, Sibyl. His widow, Elizabeth, married (2nd) JOHN WHITTINGTON, of Pauntley, Harford (in Naunton), Leigh, and Rodborough, Gloucestershire, son and heir of William Whittington, by Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Renfrey Arundel, Knt. They had three sons, Thomas John, and Alexander, and two daughters, Margery (wife of Edward Welsh) and Jane (wife of William Harper). John Whittington died in 1525.

Duncumnb et al. Colls. towards the Hist. & Antiqs. of Hereford 3 (1882): 148 (Whittington chart). Chitting & Phillipot Vis. of Gloucester 1623, 1569 & 1582-3 (H.S.P. 21) (1855): 170, 267-268 (Whittington pedigree), 269-270 (Whittington pedigree: "Elizabeth d. & coheire of Simon Milborne of Tillington, [1] = Thomas Monington of Sarnffeld in com. Herefford 1 husband, [2] = JOhn Whittington of Pauntley in com. Gloster."). Genealogist n.s. 12 (1895): 7-18. List of Early Chancery Procs. 6 (PRO Lists and Indexes 48) (1922): 123. VCH Gloucester 6 (1965): 80; 8 (1968): 62, 10 (1972):275,11 (1976):222. Norr Some Early English Peds. (1968): 85-86.

Child of Elizabeth Milborne, by Thomas Monington, Knt.:

i SIBYL MONINGTON, married EDWARD TRYE, Esq., of Hardwicke, Gloucestershire [see TRYE 12]. FN: 622 Ancestors of Thomas Ligon.


Transcribed by Adrian Benjamin Burke, Esq.


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