Isabel Despenser: Birth: ABT 1313.
Note: PA1 Clare 11 Alianor de Clare was sister and coheiress of Gilbert de Clare. She was married at Westminster in 1306, after 14 June to Hugh le Despenser Knight 2nd Lord Despenser, son and heir of Hugh le Despenser, Knight of Loughborough, Co. Leicester, etc by Isabel daughter of William de Beauchamp of Elmley, co. Worcester, 9th Earl of Warwick. He was summoned to Parliament from 29 July 1314 by writes directed Hugoni le Despenser Juniori. he was disinherited and exiled on 19 Aug. 1321. He took refuge in the Cinque Ports, and engaging in piracy, with the King's connivance, did considerable damage. After the battle of Boroughbridge, he recieved large grants of the lands forfeited by the rebels. He accompanied the King in his flight to Wales in Oct. 1326, and with the King was captured near Llantrisant, co. Glamborgan, on 16 Nov. 1326. Hugh was taken to Hereford, tried, without being allowed to speak in his own defence, condemned to death as a traitor, and hanged on 24 Nov. 1326, buried some years afterwards at Tewkesbury Abbey. His widow was married for the second time, as his second wife, about Jan. 1328/9 to William la Zouche de Mortimer who had abducted her from Hanley Castle. He died 28 Feb. 1336/7. Alianor de Clare died on 30 June 1337.
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