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  • ID: I7360
  • Name: Helowise De Lancaster
  • Sex: F
  • Note: 1

    Helwise, the elder coheiress, married Peter [Piers] de Brus, Lord of Skelton and Danby, in Yorkshire, and brought the Barony and Kendall castle into his family. Her portion was subsequently divided into two seigniories, designated the Marquis Fee and Lumley Fee.
    Helwise's grandson, Peter de Brus, d.s.p. and his four sisters became his heirs.
    - Christiana married Sir Robert Harrington
    - Isabel married Sir Thomas Hermiory
    - Margaret married Robert de Ros. She had the barony allotted to her share. Their posterity was called Ros of Kendal,
    - Elizabeth married Robert de Crake Thorp.
  • _UID: EC469D77329E4592BB76C9641D4621C19076
  • Change Date: 1 SEP 2006



    Father: Gilbert FitzReinfride
    Mother: Helawise De Lancaster

    Marriage 1 Peter De Brus b: ABT 1180 in Skelton, Yorkshire
    • Married:
    • Change Date: 14 APR 1998
    • Note: 16:08:18
    Children
    1. Has Children Lucia or Lucy De Brus or Bruce
    2. Has Children Margaret de Brus
    3. Has Children Agnes de Brus
    4. Has Children Joane de Brus
    5. Has Children Laderine De Brus

    Sources:
    1. Text: Steve Hissem
      Lancaster of Rydal
      http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html
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