Name: Thomas De Ros
Suffix: 10th Baron de Ros
Birth: 9 SEP 1427
Death: 17 MAY 1464 in Newcastle, Co Durham
Residence: Helmsley, Yorkshire
Change Date: 4 JAN 2009
Attainted in 1461 after the defeat at Towton. With Somerset Nov 1462, beseiged by John Lord Tiptoft [His father-in-law!?[RH]] at Bamburgh Castle. With Somerset at Hedgeley Moor Apr 1464 when Somerset lost to Montague & was executed. Withdrew from Hedgeley Moor, but was subsequently arrested and executed. After his execution, the Roos family was in exile for over 30 years.
The oldest son, Edmund, 10th Lord de Ros, appears to have been mentally defective, as a proceeding in 1492 found that he was not of sufficient discretion to guide himself, and custody
was granted to a brother-in-law. After Edmund's death, unmarried, in 1508, the title was inherited by his nephew, George Manners.
Father: Thomas De Ros b: 26 SEP 1406
Mother: Eleanor Beauchamp b: 1407 in Walthamstow, Essex
Phillipa Tiptoft b: ABT 1427 in Great Eversden, Cambs
- Elinor De Ros