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My wife's ancestors - Berkeley - Contents


Thomas de Berkeley, Lord of Berkeley,
mar Joan de Somery [dau of Sir Ralph de Somery],
had issue:

Maurice de Berkeley,
mar Isabel de Dover [grand-dau of King John],
had issue:

Thomas de Berkeley, 1st Lord Berkeley,
mar Jean de Ferrers [descendant of Henry I],
had issue:

Maurice de Berkeley, 2nd Lord Berkeley,
mar Eva la Zouche [descendant of Charlemagne],
had issue:

Thomas de Berkeley, 3rd Lord Berkeley, born 1292,
family seat at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire,
mar Margaret de Mortimer [descendant of Henry II],
had issue:

  1. Maurice de Berkeley, 4th Lord Berkeley,
    mar Elizabeth de Despencer [descendant of Edward I] and had issue:

    1. Thomas de Berkeley, 5th Lord Berkeley,
      mar Margaret de Lisle,
      he died 1417,
      they are bur Wotton-under-Edge church, Gloucestershire,
      had issue:

      1. Elizabeth de Berkeley, mar Richard Beauchamp, 5th Earl of Warwick and had issue.

  2. Sir John Berkeley, had issue:

    1. Elizabeth Berkeley, mar John Sutton of Dudley and had issue.

Brass of Thomas de Berkeley, 5th Lord Berkeley, and Margaret de Lisle, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire.
From Part 4 of The monumental effigies of Great Britain, Thomas Hollis and George Hollis, 1840-41.


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