Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [chaas2.ged] 1. WFT volume 4, Tree #2728 2. Ancestral Roots #132C-29 3. "Ancestors of Homer Beers James" (Internet) Mortimer Line: Ralph de Mortimer , half-brother to Hugh, succeeded him at his death. In the 12th year of King Henry III., paying 100 pounds for his relief, had livery of all his lands, lying in the cos. of Gloucester, Southampton, Berks, Salop, and Hereford. This nobleman being of martial disposition, erected several strong castles, by which he was enabled to extend his possessions against the Welsh; so that Prince Llewellyn, seeing that he could not successfully cope with him, gave him his daughter Gladys (Gladuse) Dhu, daughter of Llewellyn the Great, and widow of Reginald de Braose, in marriage, and by this lady he had issue as follows: �1. Roger de Mortimer, his successor. �2. Peter John de Mortimer, a grey friar at Shrewsbury. �3. Hugh de Mortimer, of Chelmersh. �4. Isolda Mortimer, married (1) Walter Balem, and (2) Hugh Audley, Lord Audley. He died in 1246, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Roger.
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