Humphrey BOURCHIER

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Humphrey BOURCHIER (son of Henry BOURCHIER and Isabel 'of Cambridge' Of YORK); died 14 Apr 1471, Battle of Barnet; was buried , Westminster Abbey.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Lord Cromwell

    Humphrey married Joan STANHOPE Between 14 Feb 1455 and 1456. Joan (daughter of Richard STANHOPE and Maud CROMWELL) died 10 Mar 1490. [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Henry BOURCHIER was born 1406 (son of Sir William BOURCHIER and Anne Of GLOUCESTER); died 04 Apr 1483; was buried , Bylegh by Maldon.

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    • Burial: Little Eaton, Essex, England
    • Fact: Comte d\'Eu in Normandy, afterwards Viscount Bourchier and Earl of Essex

    Henry married Isabel 'of Cambridge' Of YORK Bef 25 Apr 1426. Isabel (daughter of Richard 'of Conisburgh' Of YORK and Anne DE MORTIMER) was born 1409; died 02 Oct 1484; was buried , Little Easton Church, Essex. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Isabel 'of Cambridge' Of YORK was born 1409 (daughter of Richard 'of Conisburgh' Of YORK and Anne DE MORTIMER); died 02 Oct 1484; was buried , Little Easton Church, Essex.

    Other Events:

    • Burial: Beeleigh Abbey, Maldon, Essex

    Children:
    1. Edward BOURCHIER died 30 Dec 1460, Killed in Wakefield.
    2. Thomas BOURCHIER died 26 Oct 1491; was buried , Ware, Hertfordshire.
    3. 1. Humphrey BOURCHIER died 14 Apr 1471, Battle of Barnet; was buried , Westminster Abbey.
    4. John BOURCHIER died Between 1485 and 1495.
    5. Fulke BOURCHIER died , young.
    6. William BOURCHIER died Between 12 Feb and 04 Apr 1483.
    7. Henry BOURCHIER died Between 1458 and Dec 1462.
    8. Isabel BOURCHIER died , young.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Sir William BOURCHIER was born 1374, Little Eaton, Essex, England (son of Sir William BOURCHIER and Eleanor DE LOVAINE); died 28 May 1420, Troyes, Aube, France; was buried , Priory, Llanthony, Gloucestershire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Earl of Ewe
    • Fact: created Count of Eu in Normandy
    • Fact 1: Constable of the Tower of London

    William married Anne Of GLOUCESTER 20 Nov 1405. Anne (daughter of Thomas Of GLOUCESTER and Alianor DE BOHUN) was born Apr 1383, Pheshy, Essex, England; was christened May 1383, Pleshey, Essex, England; died Between 16 and 24 Oct 1438; was buried , Llanthony Priory, Monmouthshire. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Anne Of GLOUCESTER was born Apr 1383, Pheshy, Essex, England; was christened May 1383, Pleshey, Essex, England (daughter of Thomas Of GLOUCESTER and Alianor DE BOHUN); died Between 16 and 24 Oct 1438; was buried , Llanthony Priory, Monmouthshire.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Countess of Buckingham, Hereford and Northampton

    Notes:

    Name:
    Anne of Gloucester, Countess of Buckingham, Hereford, and Northampton, elder daughter and eventual sole heiress, was born in April 1383 (aged seventeen and more in 1399-1400), and was eventual sole heiress to her brother, Humphrey, Earl of Buckingham. She was married for the first time to Thomas De Stafford, 3rd Earl of Stafford. He died on 4 July 1392 s.p. during her childhood. She was married to the second time to her first husband's brother Edmund Stafford, 5th Earl of Stafford, and had one son and two daughters. He was slain at the battle of Shrewsbury on 21 July 1403. She was married for the third time, with pardon for marrying without royal licence dated 20 Nov 1405, to William Bourgchier, Knt., M.P. for Essex, younger son of William Bourgchier, Knt., by Alianor, younger daughter and eventual sole heiress of John de Lovaine, of Little Easton, Essex. He was born in 1374. They had four sons and one daughter. He accompanied King Henry V to France in August 1415 and was at the battle of Agincourt on 25 Oct. 1415. On 10 June 1419 he was granted the 'comte' of Eu previously held by Charles d'Artois. Sir William Bourgchier, Comte d'Eu, died aged forty-six at Troyes on 28 May 1420 (evidently while in the retinue of King Henry V). His widow survived eighteen years and in 1421 made partition with King Henry V of the Bohun estates, which made her the richest widow in England. The will of "Anne Countess of Stafford' Bokingh' Herford' and Northampton' and Lady of Breknoc" was dated 16 Oct 1438. They were buried at Llanthony Abbey near Gloucester, of which she was hereditary patron.

    Children:
    1. Thomas BOURCHIER was born Abt 1404, Little Eaton, Essex, England; died 30 Mar 1486; was buried , Canterbury Cathedral.
    2. 2. Henry BOURCHIER was born 1406; died 04 Apr 1483; was buried , Bylegh by Maldon.
    3. William BOURCHIER was born 1412, Little Eaton, Essex, England; died Between 12 Dec 1469 and 1471; was buried , Church of the Austin Friars, London.
    4. John BOURCHIER, Knt. was born Abt 1415, Little Eaton, Essex, England; died 16 or 21 May 1474, Troyes; was buried , Chertsey Abbey, Surrey.
    5. Eleanor BOURCHIER was born Abt 1417, Little Eaton, Essex, England; died Nov 1474; was buried , Thetford Priory.

  3. 6.  Richard 'of Conisburgh' Of YORK was born Abt Sep 1376, Conisborough Castle, Yorkshire, England (son of Edmund "Of Langley" of YORK and Isabel Of CASTILE); died 5 Aug 1415, Executed; was buried , Chapel of God's House, Southhampton.

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    • Name: Richard Of Cambridge
    • Fact: 1 May 1414, Earl of Cambridge

    Notes:

    Name:
    Having conspired (with Scrope of Masham and Grey of Heton) to depose King Henry V and set up in his place the Earl of March (the heir general of King Edward III), Richard of Cambridge, Earl of Cambridge, was attained and beheaded at Southampton Green on 5 Aug. 1415, buried in the Chapel of 'God's House' at Southampton.

    Richard married Anne DE MORTIMER 23 May 1408, with Papal dispensation. Anne (daughter of Roger VI DE MORTIMER and Alianor I DE HOLAND) was born 27 Dec 1390; died Sep 1411; was buried , King's Langley, Hertfordshire. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Anne DE MORTIMER was born 27 Dec 1390 (daughter of Roger VI DE MORTIMER and Alianor I DE HOLAND); died Sep 1411; was buried , King's Langley, Hertfordshire.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Was heir general in her issue of the Crown of England transmitting the right to the Crown to her grandson Edward IV

    Children:
    1. 3. Isabel 'of Cambridge' Of YORK was born 1409; died 02 Oct 1484; was buried , Little Easton Church, Essex.
    2. Richard PLANTAGENET was born 21 Sep 1411; died 30 Dec 1460, Battle of Wakefield; was buried , Pontefract.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Sir William BOURCHIER was born Abt 1330, Halstead, England (son of Robert BOURCHIER and Margaret PREYERS); died 1365.

    Other Events:

    • Death: 1375

    William — Eleanor DE LOVAINE. Eleanor (daughter of Sir John DE LOVAINE and Margaret DE WESTON) was born 27 Mar 1345, Little Eaton, Essex, England; died 05 Oct 1397. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Eleanor DE LOVAINE was born 27 Mar 1345, Little Eaton, Essex, England (daughter of Sir John DE LOVAINE and Margaret DE WESTON); died 05 Oct 1397.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Eleanor De Louvayne

    Children:
    1. 4. Sir William BOURCHIER was born 1374, Little Eaton, Essex, England; died 28 May 1420, Troyes, Aube, France; was buried , Priory, Llanthony, Gloucestershire, England.

  3. 10.  Thomas Of GLOUCESTER was born 07 Jan 1354/5, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England (son of Edward III King Of ENGLAND and Philippa Of HAINAULT); died Between 08 and 15 Sep 1397, Murdered at Calais, Pas-De-Calais, France; was buried , Westminster Abbey.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Earl of Buckingham, Duke of Gloucester
    • Death: Abt 1397, Calais, France

    Notes:

    Name:
    He was summoned to Parliament on 1 Dec 1376, and created Earl of Buckingham on 16 July 1377 at the Coronation of King Richard II when he acted as Constable, and Duke of Gloucester on 6 Aug. 1385. He was Earl of Essex 'jure uxoris', but not of Herreford or Northampton, and was recognised as Constable of England 'jure uxoris'. He was active in the French and Scottish wars, and was the leader of the opposition against the autocratic rule of his nephew King Richard II. After ten years of quarreling with Richard, he was said to have conspired to imprison the King. Thomas Of Gloucester, Duke of Gloucester, was arrested at Pleshey, taken to Calais where he was murdered by suffocation, it is said in a house called the Prince's Inn, on 8 or 15 Sep 1397 according to the confessions of his murderers, and was buried at Westminster Abbey.

    Thomas married Alianor DE BOHUN Bef 24 Aug 1376. Alianor (daughter of Humphrey IX DE BOHUN, K.G. and Joan FITZ ALAN) was born 1366, Hereford, England; died 03 Oct 1399, Minoresess Convent, Aldgate, Middlesex, England; was buried , Chapel of St. Edmund, Westminster Abbey. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Alianor DE BOHUN was born 1366, Hereford, England (daughter of Humphrey IX DE BOHUN, K.G. and Joan FITZ ALAN); died 03 Oct 1399, Minoresess Convent, Aldgate, Middlesex, England; was buried , Chapel of St. Edmund, Westminster Abbey.
    Children:
    1. Humphrey PLANTAGENET was born Apr 1382, Pleshey, Essex, England; died 02 Sep 1399, Chester; was buried , Walden Priory, Essex.
    2. 5. Anne Of GLOUCESTER was born Apr 1383, Pheshy, Essex, England; was christened May 1383, Pleshey, Essex, England; died Between 16 and 24 Oct 1438; was buried , Llanthony Priory, Monmouthshire.
    3. Joan PLANTAGENET was born 1384, Pleshey, Essex, England; died 16 Aug 1400; was buried , Walden Priory.
    4. Isabel PLANTAGENET was born 12 Mar 1386, Pleshey, Essex, England; died Abt Apr 1402.
    5. Philippa PLANTAGENET was born Abt 1389, Pleshey, Essex, England; died Bef 03 Oct 1399.

  5. 12.  Edmund "Of Langley" of YORK was born 5 Jun 1344, King's Langley, Hertfordshire, England (son of Edward III King Of ENGLAND and Philippa Of HAINAULT); died 01 Aug 1402, Langley, Hertfordshire, England; was buried , Church of the Mendicant Friars, Langley.

    Other Events:

    • Name: Edmund Duke Of York
    • Fact: 13 Nov 1362, Earl of Cambridge
    • Fact: 6 Aug 1385, Duke of York
    • Burial: 1574, King's Langley Church

    Edmund married Isabel Of CASTILE Abt 01 Mar 1372, Hereford Castle. Isabel (daughter of PeterPedro I The CRUEL and Maria DE PADILLA) was born 1355, Morales or Tordessilas; died 23 Nov 1393; was buried , Langley. [Group Sheet]


  6. 13.  Isabel Of CASTILE was born 1355, Morales or Tordessilas (daughter of PeterPedro I The CRUEL and Maria DE PADILLA); died 23 Nov 1393; was buried , Langley.
    Children:
    1. Edward 'of Norwich' Of YORK was born 1373; died 25 Oct 1415, Battle of Agincourt; was buried , Church at Fotheringhay.
    2. Constance Of YORK was born Abt 1374; died 28 Nov 1416; was buried 1420, Reading Abbey.
    3. 6. Richard 'of Conisburgh' Of YORK was born Abt Sep 1376, Conisborough Castle, Yorkshire, England; died 5 Aug 1415, Executed; was buried , Chapel of God's House, Southhampton.

  7. 14.  Roger VI DE MORTIMER was born 11 Apr 1374, Usk, Monnouthshire (son of Edmund DE MORTIMER, II and Philippa Of CLARENCE); died 20 Jul 1398, Killed in Ireland; was buried , Wigmore, Herefordshire.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Earl of March and Ulster
    • Fact: Declared heir to the throne by Richard II, King
    • Fact: 4th Earl of March, 7th Earl of Ulster

    Notes:

    Name:
    Roger De Mortimer, Knt., 4th Earl of March, 7th Earl of Ulster, Lord Mortimer of Wigmore, son and heir, was born at Usk on 11 Apr 1374, and succeeded to title and estates when seven years old. He declared heir presumptive to the Crown by King Richard II in October 1385, and was made a knight by the King on 23 Apr 1390. he was summoned to Parliament on 15 Oct 1397, and had a great popular welcome. he was careful to do nothing to justify the King Richard II's suspicions, but feeling his position to be somewhat insecure, he returned to Ireland, whither his enemy, the Duke of Surrey (his brother-in-law), whither his enemy, the Duke of Surrey (his brother-in-law), was ordered to follow and capture him. Ireland was Mortimer's chief care, but he possessed little power there, the estates having been devastated and engaged in petty campaigns against the native chieftains. Roger De Mortimer, Earl of March and of Ulster, while engaged in a rash attack on some of the Leinster clans, was killed by O'Brien's men on 20 July 1398, and was buried at Wigmore Abbey. The Wigmore chronicler says that he was riding unattended, attired in the Irish manner, in front of his army, and was unrecognized by those who killed him. The death of the heir to the throne at the hands of the Irish induced King Richard II to undertake his last fatal expedition to Ireland.

    Roger married Alianor I DE HOLAND Abt 7 Oct 1388. Alianor (daughter of Sir Thomas DE HOLAND, K.G. and Alice FITZ ALAN) was born Abt 1373; died 23 Oct 1405, in childbed. [Group Sheet]


  8. 15.  Alianor I DE HOLAND was born Abt 1373 (daughter of Sir Thomas DE HOLAND, K.G. and Alice FITZ ALAN); died 23 Oct 1405, in childbed.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: 2nd daughter of the name
    • Birth: 1387

    Children:
    1. 7. Anne DE MORTIMER was born 27 Dec 1390; died Sep 1411; was buried , King's Langley, Hertfordshire.
    2. Edmund DE MORTIMER, IV was born 06 Nov 1391, New Forest; died 1425, Trim Castle, co. Meath; was buried , Austin Friars' Church, Clare, Suffolk.
    3. Roger DE MORTIMER was born Between 24 Mar and 23 Apr 1393, Netherwood; died Abt 1409.
    4. Eleanor DE MORTIMER was born Abt 1395; died 1418.