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RICHARDSON, D., EVERINGHAM, K. G., & FARIS, D., Plantagenet ancestry a study in colonial and medieval families. Royal ancestry series (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2004).

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BEVAN

HENRY II, King of England, by a mistress, IDA ____.

WILLIAM LONGESPEE, Knt., Earl of Salisbury, married ELA OF SALISBURY.

IDA LONGESPEE, married WILLIAM DE BEAUCHAMP, Knt., of Bedford, Bedfordshire.

BEATRICE DE BEAUCHAMP, married THOMAS FITZ OTES, Knt., of Mendlesham, Suffolk.

MAUD FITZ THOMAS, married JOHN BOTETOURT, Knt., 1st Lord Botetourt.

ADA BOTETOURT, married JOHN DE SAINT PHILBERT, Knt., of Eaton Hastings, Berkshire.

MAUD DE SAINT PHILIBERT, married WARIN TRUSSELL, Knt., of Billesley, Warwickshire.

LAWRENCE TRUSSELL, of Shottesbrook, Berkshire, married MAUD CHARNELS.

WILLIAM TRUSSELL, Knt., of Elmesthorpe, Leicestershire, married MARGERY LUDLOW [see TRUSSELL 10].

11. JOAN TRUSSELL, married (as his 1st wife) EUSTACE WHITNEY, Esq., of Whitney and Colepychard, Herefordshire, Knight of the Shire for Herefordshire, son and heir of Robert Whitney, Knt., by Angharad, daughter of Madog ap Ieuan Goch. They had one son, Robert, Knt. He married (2nd) JANE CLIFFORD, daughter of Robert Clifford. EUSTACE WHITNEY, Esq., died 1480/1.

R. Glover et al. Vis. of Cheshire 1580, 1566, 1533 & 1591 (H.S.O. 18) (1882):225-226 (Trussell pedigree: "...[Trussell] vxr...Whitney de Com. Harford"). J.C. Wedgewood Hist. of Parliament 1 (1936):943 (biog. of Eustace Whitney). P.C. Bartrum Welsh Gens. 1400-1500 10(1983):1748 (Whitney 1: "Eustace[Whitney]=Joan f. Sir William Trussel).

12. ROBERT WHITNEY, Knt. of Whitney, Herefordshire, Sheriff of Herefordshire, son and heir. He married (1st) CONSTANCE AUDLEY (or TUCHET), daughter of James Tuchet (or Audley), Knt., 5th lord Audley (descendant of King John), by his 3nd wife, Eleanor, daughter of Edmund Holand, Earl of Kent [see TUCHET 12 for her ancestry]. They had one daughter, Johan. He married (2nd) Elsbeth Vaughan, daughter of Thomas Vaughan, of Hergest. They had two sons, James and Hugh, and three daughters, Eleanor (wife of Thomas Vaughan). Ellen (wife of John ap John), and Sibyl (wife of Roger ap Richard). He also had a daughter, Elsbeth (wife of John Pye), whose maternity is uncertain.

W. Harvey Vis. of Norfolk 1563 1(1878):129-131 (Audley pedigree). G.T. Clark Limbus Patrum Morgania et Glamorgania (1886):241, 248. TAG 59(1983):1 P.C. Bartrum Welsh Gens. 1400-1500 10(1983):1748 (Whitney pedigree: "Robert Whitney (1) = Constance f. James Touchet, Lord Audley, (2) = Elsbeth f. Tos. Vaughan of Hergest").

13. JOAN WHITNEY, married (as his 2nd wife) ROGER VAUGHAN, Knt., of Porthaml (in Talgarth), co. Brecon, Wales, Knight of the Shire for Breconshire, 2nd son of Roger Vaughan, Knt., of Tretower, co. Brecon, by Denise, daughter of Thomas ap Philip Vaughan of Tyle-Glas. He married (1st) Eleanor Somerset, eldest daughter of Henry Somerset, Earl of Worcester. SIR ROGER VAUGHAN died before 25 Sept. 1514.

G.T. Clark Limbus Patrum Morgania et Glamorgania (1886):229,241 (ancestry of Roger Vaughan) (identifies seven children of Roger Vaughan without indication by which marriage). T.A. Glenn Merion in the Welsh Tract (1896): 169 (asserts wife and mother of his son Watkyn was Eleanor, daughter of Henry Somerset, 2nd Earl of Worcester). TAG 59(1983):1 (comment by Charles Evans: "such a descent [from the Somersets] is completely false and chronologically impossible"). P.C. Bartrum Welsh Gens. 1400-1500 (1983):1748 (Whitney pedigree: "Joan Whitney = Roger Vaughan of Porthaml").

Children of Roger Vaughan, Knt., by Joan Whitney:

i. WATKYN VAUGHAN [see next].
ii. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, married THOMAS MORGAN, of Machen [see THOMAS 14]. 95

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TRUSSELL

HENRY II, King of England, by a mistress, IDA___.

WILLIAM LONGESPEE, Knt., Earl of Salisbury, married ELA OF SALISBURY.

IDA LONGESPEE, married WILLIAM DE BEAUCHAMP, Knt., of Bedford, Bedfordshire.

BEATRICE DE BEAUCHAMP, married THOMAS FITZ OTES, Knt., of Mendlesham, Suffolk.

MAUD FITZ THOMAS, married JOHN BOTETOURT, Knt., 1st Lord Botetourt.

ADA BOTETOURT, married JOHN DE SAINT PHILIBERT, Knt., of Eaton Hastings, Berkshire [see SAINT PHILIBERT 7].

8. MAUD DE SAINT PHILIBERT, married before 1341 WARIN TRUSSELL, Knt., of Billesley, Warwickshire, Ravenstone, Buckinghamshire, Willaston, Cheshire, and Littel Canfield and Paglesham, Essex, younger son of William Trusell, Knt., of Kibblestone (in Stone), Staffordshire, Marston Trussell, Northamptonshire, and, in rigth of his wife, of Warmingham, Cheshire, by Maud, daughter and co-heiress of Warin de Mainwaring, Knt. He was evidently born before 1317, adult by 1337. They had one son, Lawrence, and three daughters, Maud, Frances (wife of Robert Salle, Knt. and William Clopton, knt.), and Elizabeth (wife of Nicholas Kyriell, Knt.). In 1341 they received a license to have mass celebrated in an oratory within their mabor of Billesley for two years. He served in the retinue of King Edward III at the Battle of Crecy in 1346 and during the subsequent siege of Calais. In 1347 he and his brother William acknowledged debts to Michael de Poynings and John de Wygan, citizen of London, to be levied, in default of payment, out of their lands and chattels in Berkshire. In 1359 he complained that he had been fined 60 pounds for enclosing Willaston manor in Wirral forest. She was co-heiress in 1361 to her nephew, John de Saint Philbert. SIR WARIN TRUSSELL died shortly befroe 12 Feb. 1365. In 1383 she conveyed her interest in the Saint Philibert manor of Farlington (in Sheriff Hutton), Yorkshire to her nephew, John Plaiz (or Place), Knt. She was buried at the church of the Minoresses in London before 1419.

T.R. Nash Colls. for the Hist. of Worcestershire 1 (1781): 157. J. Bridges Hist. & Antiq. of Northamptonshire 2 (1791): 50-51. G. Ormerod Hist. of Chester 3(1819): 121-122.(Trussell arms: Argent, a fret gules bezantee) ("Sir Warin Trussel, lord of Cubbleston, living 10 Ed. II. by settlement of Willaston =....dau. of sir John Stafford, kt."). N.H. Nicolas Testamenta Betusta 1 (1826): 107, 198. N.H. Nicolas Controversy between Scrope and Grosvenor 2 (1832): 288, footnote 3. J. Gage Hist. & Antiq. of Suffolk: Thingoe Hundred (1838): 41-45 (identifies daughter Maud, wife of John Hastang, as "onlly daughter and heir" of Sir Warin Trussell and his wife, Maud de Saint Philibert). Annual report of the Deputy Keeper 28 (1867): 31. R. Glover et al. vis. of Cheshire 1580, 1566, 1533 & 1591 (H.S.P. 18) (1882):225-226 (Trussell pedigree: "Sr Warren Trussell of Cobleston. = ...d. to [Sr] Jno de Phillibert"). G. Wrottesley Staffordshire Suits: Pka Rolls (Colls. Hit. Staffs. 14) (1893):71-72. C.C.R. 1313-1318 (1893):490 (which record imples that Warin Trussell's mother Lady Maud Trussell had remarried by 1317 to her 2nd husband, Oliver de Bourdeaux, Knt.). Genealogist n.s. 15 (1898): 27, 157. Feudal Aids 2(1900): 163, 174. List of Inqs. ad Quod Damnum 1 (PRO Lists and Indexes 17) (1904): 236. C.C.R. 1346-1349 (1905):371, 414, 418-419. C.C.R. 1349-1354 (1906): 87. W. Cherwynd Hist. of Pirebill Hundred 1 (Colls. Hist. Scaffs. n.s. 12) (1909): 86-92. W.A. Copinger Manors of Suffolk 3 (1909): 149 (identifies Maud, wife of Sir Warin Trussel, as a Saint Philibert co-heiresses). VCH Berkshire 3 (1923): 165. VCH Yorkshire 2 (1923): 181. Misc. Gen. et Heraldica 5th Ser. 6 (1926-28):254-259. Feet of Fines for 481. Cal. IPMS 11 (1935):36. VCH Warwick 3 (1945): 60. W. de Bransford Cal. of teh Reg. of Walston de Bransford (Worcestershire Hist. Soc. n.s. 4) (1966):82, 447. Col. of Ancient Deeds-Series AS & WS (List & Index Soc. 158) (1979):81 (Deed A.S. 432). TG 7-8 (1986-87):4-126 (his arms were recorded at the siege of Calais on a roll of arms as argent, fretty gules, bezanty at the joints). P.H.W. Booth Account of Master John de Barnham the Younger (Lancs. & Cheshire Rec. Soc. 125) (1991): 182-183 (biog. of Warin Trussell).

Children of Warin Trussell, Knt., by Maud de Saint Philibert:

i. LAWRENCE TRUSSELL [see next].

ii. MAUD TRUSSELL, married JOHN HASTANG, of Chebsey, Staffordshire [see HASTANG 9]. fn 782

9. LAWRENCE TRUSSELL, of Shottesbrook, Berkshire, and, in right of his wife, of Elmesthorpe and Swepstone, Leicestershire, and Bilton, Warwickshire, son and heir, born in or before 1356. He married before 1383 (date of property settlement) MAUD CHARNELS, daughter and heiress of Thomas Charnels, Knt., of Elmesthorpe, Leicestershire, by Maud, daughter and co-heiress of Henry Garnet, Knt. She was born before 1367. They had one son, William, Knt. In 1377 he released his rigth in the St. Philibert manor of Farlington (Sheriff Hutton), Yorkshire to Sir Brian de Stapleton, husband of his aunt, Alice de Saint Philibert. He served as a mainpernor in 1390 for Ralph de Stafford, husband of his neice, Maud Hastang. LAWRENCE TRUSSELL died shortly before 18 Sept. 1399. His widow, Maud, married (2nd) before Feb. 1400 Robert Litton, Knt. (died about April 1415), of Bolsover, Derbyshire and, in right of his wife, of Wennington, Essex, controller of the houehold of Henry IV, Knight of the Shire of Essex. She died before 29 Sept. 1409.

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J. Bridhes Hist. & Antiq. of Northamptonshire 2 (1791):50-51 (which confuses him with an earlier Lawrence Trussell, of Marston Trussell, Northamptonshire, who occurs 1340-1355). G. Ormerod Hist. of Chester 3 (1819): 121-122. R. Glover et al. Vis. of Cheshire 1580, 1566, 1533 & 1591 (H.S.P. 18) (1882):225-226 (Trussell pedigree: "Lawrence Trussell. = Maud d. & heire to ...Charnell of Elmsthorp"). Genealogist n.s. 15 (1898): 27, 157; n.s. 16 (1899): 36. W. Chetwynd Hist. of Pirehill Hundred 1 (Colls. Hist. Staffs. n.s. 12) (1909):86-92. C.C.R. 1389-1392 (1922):124-125, 146-147. VCH Berkshire 3 (1923): 165. C.F.R. 1391-1399 (1929): 305. VCH Essex 7 (1978): 182. VCH Yorkshire 2 (1923): 181. G.F. Farnham Leicestershire Medieval Peds. (1925): 94. TG 7-8 (1986-87): 4-126. J.S. Roskell House of Commons 1386-1421 3 (1992): 614-615 (biog. of Sir Robert Litton).

10. WILLIAM TRUSSELL, Knt., of Elmesthorpe and Swepstone, Leicestershier, Bilton, Warwickshire, etc., Sheriff of Staffordshire, Knight of the Shire for Leicestershire, son and heir, born about 1386-7 (aged 12 in 1399, aged 60 in 1446). He was heir in 1399 to his cousin, Margaret Trussell, wife of Fulk Pembridge, Knt., by which he inherited the manors of Kibblestone (in Stone) and Acton Trussell, Staffordshire, Eaton Hastings and Shottesbrook, Berkshire, Warmingham, Cheshire, and Marston Trussell, Northamptonshire. He married before March 1402 MARGERY LUDLOW, daughter of John Ludlow, Knt., of Stokesay, Hodnet, and Westbury, Shropshire by Isabel, daughter of Ralph Lingen, Knt. They had one son, Thomas, and two daughters, Isabel and Joan (wife of Eustace Whitney). He fought at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, in the retinue of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester. In 1430 he went to France in the retinue of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick. She died before Sept. 1448. SIR WILLIAM TRUSSELL died 16 (or 23) Jan. 1464.

J. Bridges Hist. & Antiq. of Northamptonshire 2 (1791):50-51. G. Ormerod Hist. of Chester 3 (1819): 121-122. R. Glover et al. Vis. of Cheshire 1580, 1566, 1533 & 1591 (H.S.P. 18) (1882): 225-226 (Trussell pedigree: "Sr Wm Trussell of Elmesthorpe in Com. Lecester Lord of Warmincham. = Margey d. of Sr Jno Ludlow/"). Genealogist n.s. 15 (1898): 27, 157; n.s. 16 (1899): 36; 18 (1902): 185-186. W. Cherwynd Hist. of Pirehill Hundred 1 (Colls. Hist. Staffs. n.s. 12) (1909): 86-92. VCH Berkshire 3 (1923): 669-671 (biog. of Sir William Trussell). E. Acheson A Gentry Community (1992): 253-254.

Children of William Trussell, Knt. by Margery Ludlow:

i. THOMAS TRUSSELL, Knt. [see next].

ii. ISABEL TRUSSELL, married THOMAS WOODHULL, Esq., of Warworth, Northamptonshire [see CHETWODE 11]. fn 783

iii. JOAN TRUSSELL, married EUSTACE WHITNEY, Esq., of Whitney, Herefordshire [see BEVAN 11] fn 784


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