Note: ROGER DE LEYBURN, brother of William, LORD LEYBURN, was younger son of Roger DE LEYBURN, of Elham, in Kent, by his 1st wife. In October 1265 he had a grant of lands from the King. He married, by 20 March 1266/7, Idoine, younger daughter and coheir of Robert DE VIPONT or VESPONT, lord of Westmorland and hereditary sheriff of Westmorland, [who was in ward to his father). He was called a "Knight of the household" in 1280. He was summoned for military service in Wales in 1276, 1282, and 1283, and was also summoned to attend the King at Shrewsbury 28 June 1283, by writ directed Rogero de Leyburn'. He died before February 1283/4. His widow had seisin of her lands 1 April 1284, when she was aged 22 or 25. She was summoned for military service in 1291, 1294, 1297 and 1300, as Idonea de Leyburn. or Domina de Leyburn. In August 1297 she became one of the coheirs of Richard (Fitzjohn), Lord Fitzjohn, who had great estates in England and Ireland. She married, 2ndly, soon after 6 April 1301, Sir John de CROMWELL, who was living 15 October 1335. She died 10 or 12 November 1333, apparently s.p.s. She had sold the reversion of her lands to the Despensers in 132O-21.
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