John Cain

2 Oct 1797 - 3 Dec 1869

Father: Michael Cain
Mother: Elizabeth Warman

Family 1 : Olive Dismore
  1.  Louisa Cain
  2.  Henry W Cain
  3. +Lucinda Cain
  4.  James Harrison Cain
  5. +John Cain
  6.  Sarah Catherine Cain
  7.  Margaret J Cain
  8. +Olive Jane Cain
  9.  Mary E Cain
  10.  Francis Peters Cain

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                       _Unknown Cain _______|
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| (1761 - 1856) m 1796|
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|--John Cain 
|  (1797 - 1869)
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|_Elizabeth Warman ___|
  (.... - 1859) m 1796|
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[748] [S47] From the Stith Bible as reported by Frances S. Fast

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John Carey (Lord Hunsdon)

1556 - Apr 1617

Father: Henry Carey
Mother: Anne Morgan

Family 1 :
Family 2 :

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                                            |     
                       _William Carey ______|
                      | (.... - 1528) m 1520|
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 _Henry Carey ________|
| (1525 - 1596) m 1545|
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|                     |_Mary Boleyn ________|
|                       (1504 - 1534) m 1520|
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|--John Carey 
|  (1556 - 1617)
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|                      _Thomas Morgan ______|
|                     | (1495 - ....)       |
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|_Anne Morgan ________|
  (1525 - ....) m 1545|
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                      |_Elizabeth Whitney __|
                        (1497 - ....)       |
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Anne Chamberlayne

[14634]

ABT 1468 - ____

Father: Richard Chamberlayne
Mother: Margaret Knyvet


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 _Richard Chamberlayne _|
| (1392 - 1497)         |
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|                       |_______________________|
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|--Anne Chamberlayne 
|  (1468 - ....)
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|                                                _________________________|_____________________
|                                               |                                               
|                        _John III Knyvet ______|
|                       | (1380 - ....)         |
|                       |                       |                          _____________________
|                       |                       |                         |                     
|                       |                       |_________________________|_____________________
|                       |                                                                       
|_Margaret Knyvet ______|
  (1395 - 1467)         |
                        |                                                  _John De Clifton ____+
                        |                                                 | (1353 - 1388)       
                        |                        _Constantine De Clifton _|_Elizabeth Cromwell _
                        |                       | (1372 - 1395) m 1390                          
                        |_Elizabeth De Clifton _|
                          (1392 - 1447)         |
                                                |                          _John Howard ________+
                                                |                         | (1385 - ....) m 1433
                                                |_Margaret Howard ________|_Margaret Plaiz _____
                                                  (1433 - 1433) m 1390                          

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George V Coles

1877 - ____

Father: Phylander E Coles
Mother: Mary K Sawyer


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 _Phylander E Coles __|
| (1852 - ....) m 1873|
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|--George V Coles 
|  (1877 - ....)
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|                                            _James Sawyer _______|_____________________
|                                           | (1784 - 1850) m 1804                      
|                      _Thomas D Sawyer ____|
|                     | (1815 - 1894) m 1839|
|                     |                     |                      _Michael Henderson __+
|                     |                     |                     | (1752 - 1850) m 1775
|                     |                     |_Hannah Henderson ___|_Hannah Barnett _____
|                     |                       (1785 - 1870) m 1804  (1755 - 1849)       
|_Mary K Sawyer ______|
  (1854 - ....) m 1873|
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                      |                     |                                           
                      |_Adeline A Stokes ___|
                        (1813 - 1893) m 1839|
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Margaret De Clare

[3875]

1249 - Bef 16 SEP 1312-1313

Father: Richard De Clare
Mother: MAUD De Lacy


                                                                                   _Roger De Clare __________________________+
                                                                                  | (1116 - 1173) m 1153                     
                                             _Richard De Clare Earl Of Hertford___|_MAUD (Matilda) De St Hilary _____________
                                            | (.... - 1217)                         (1132 - 1193)                            
                       _Gilbert De Clare ___|
                      | (.... - 1230) m 1217|
                      |                     |                                      _William Fitzrobert Of Gloucester_________+
                      |                     |                                     | (.... - 1183)                            
                      |                     |_Amicia Of Gloucester _______________|_Hawise De Beaumont ______________________
                      |                       (.... - 1225)                         (.... - 1197)                            
 _Richard De Clare ___|
| (1222 - 1262) m 1238|
|                     |                                                            _John Fitzgilbert Marshall, The Marshall _+
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|                     |                      _William Marshall Earl Of Pembroke 4_|_Sibyl De Salisbury ______________________
|                     |                     | (1146 - 1219) m 1189                                                           
|                     |_Isabel Marshall ____|
|                       (1200 - 1240) m 1217|
|                                           |                                      _Richard Strongbow Fitzgilbert, De Clare _+
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|                                           |_Isabel De Clare Countess Strigoil___|_Aoife Macmurrough Of Leinster____________
|                                             (1174 - 1220) m 1189                                                           
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|--Margaret De Clare 
|  (1249 - ....)
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|_MAUD De Lacy _______|
  (1223 - ....) m 1238|
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Thomas De Welles

[8473]

ABT 1380 - ____

Father: John De Welles
Mother: Margaret (Eleanor) De Mowbray


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                                                                           _Adam De Welles __________________________________|________________________________________________
                                                                          | (1304 - 1345)                                                                                     
                                  _John De Welles ________________________|
                                 |  m 1348                                |
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                                 |                                        |_Margaret Eleanor Bardolf ________________________|________________________________________________
                                 |                                          (1314 - 1344)                                                                                     
 _John De Welles ________________|
| (.... - 1421) m 1371           |
|                                |                                                                                            _William De Ros ________________________________+
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|                                |                                         _William De Ros __________________________________|_Maud De Vaux __________________________________
|                                |                                        | (1290 - 1342) m 1325                               (1230 - 1293)                                  
|                                |_Maud De Ros ___________________________|
|                                  (.... - 1388) m 1348                   |
|                                                                         |                                                   _Bartholomew De Badlesmere Lord Badelesmere 1st_+
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|                                                                         |_Margery De Badlesmere ___________________________|_Margaret De Clare _____________________________
|                                                                           (1315 - 1363) m 1325                               (1280 - 1333)                                  
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|--Thomas De Welles 
|  (1380 - ....)
|                                                                                                                             _John de Mowbray Lord Mowbray 2nd_______________+
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|                                                                          _John De Mowbray Lord Mowbray_____________________|_Aline Multon __________________________________
|                                                                         | (1310 - 1361) m 1327                               (1298 - ....)                                  
|                                 _John De Mowbray 4th Baron Mowbray______|
|                                | (1340 - 1368)                          |
|                                |                                        |                                                   _Henry Plantagenet Earl Of Lancaster 3rd________+
|                                |                                        |                                                  | (1281 - 1345) m 1297                           
|                                |                                        |_Joan Plantagenet ________________________________|_Maud Chatworth ________________________________
|                                |                                          (.... - 1349) m 1327                               (.... - 1322)                                  
|_Margaret (Eleanor) De Mowbray _|
  (1356 - ....) m 1371           |
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                                 |                                         _John Segrave, Lord Segrave 4th___________________|________________________________________________
                                 |                                        | (1306 - 1353)                                                                                     
                                 |_Elizabeth Seagrave, Baroness Seagrave _|
                                   (1338 - ....)                          |
                                                                          |                                                   _Thomas Of Brotherton Plantagenet ______________+
                                                                          |                                                  | (1300 - 1338) m 1316                           
                                                                          |_Margaret Marshall Plantagenet Duchess Of Norfolk_|_Alice Hayles __________________________________
                                                                            (1321 - 1399)                                      (.... - 1326)                                  

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William Herbert

[18405] [18406] [18407] [18408]

ABT 1418 - 27 Jul 1469

Father: William ap Thomas Herbert
Mother: Gwladus verch Dafydd

Family 1 : Anne D'evereux
  1.  Maud Herbert
  2. +Catherine Herbert
Family 2 : Mawd Turberville
  1.  Richard Herbert
  2.  John Herbert
  3.  Thomas Herbert
Family 3 : Frond Verch Hoesgyn
  1.  William Herbert

                                                                                            _Jenkin (John-Herbert) ap Adam _+
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                                                             _Guillem (William) ap Jenkin _|_Gwenlain verch Aron ___________
                                                            | (1347 - 1377) m 1370           (1328 - ....)                  
                              _Thomas ap Guillem (Herbert) _|
                             | (1372 - 1438) m 1392         |
                             |                              |                               _Hywel "Fychan" Ap Hywel _______+
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                             |                              |_Gwenlian verch Hywel ________|_Alice verch Llewelyn __________
                             |                                (1350 - ....) m 1370           (1306 - ....)                  
 _William ap Thomas Herbert _|
| (.... - 1446) m 1418       |
|                            |                                                              _Robert De Morley ______________
|                            |                                                             |  m 1334                        
|                            |                               _John de Morley ______________|_Joan de Tyes __________________
|                            |                              | (1346 - ....)                  (1315 - 1358)                  
|                            |_Maud De Morley ______________|
|                              (1375 - ....) m 1392         |
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|--William Herbert 
|  (1418 - 1469)
|                                                                                           _Hywel "Fychan" Ap Hywel _______+
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|                                                            _Llywelyn ap Hywel ___________|_Alice verch Llewelyn __________
|                                                           | (1330 - ....) m 1351           (1306 - ....)                  
|                             _Dafydd "Gam" ap Llewelyn ____|
|                            | (1351 - 1415) m 1385         |
|                            |                              |                               _Ieuan ap Ieuan ________________+
|                            |                              |                              | (1310 - ....) m 1329           
|                            |                              |_Mawd verch Ieuan ____________|_Gwladys verch Dafydd __________
|                            |                                (1329 - ....) m 1351           (1309 - ....)                  
|_Gwladus verch Dafydd ______|
  (1385 - 1454) m 1418       |
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                             |                               ______________________________|________________________________
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                             |_Gwenllian verch Gwilym ______|
                               (1355 - ....) m 1385         |
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[18405] Knight

William, took surname Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke, so created 8 Sep1468, as also earlier 26 July 1461 Baron Herbert/Herberdbywri, KG(1461/2); knighted 1449, served Hundred Years War (captured by French 1450at Formigny), Yorkist during War of the Roses, Sheriff of Glamorgan and Morgannoc and Constable of UskCastle 1459, MPHerefs 1460-61, ChiefJustice and Chamberlain ofSouth Wales 1461, granted 3 Feb 1461/2 castle, town and lordship of Pembroke, with other castles, following surrender of Pembroke Castle to him by Lancastrians five months previously,Chief Justice of North Wales 1467; married c1455 Anne (living1486),daughter of Sir Walter Devereux, and was beheaded 27July1469 following his capture at the Battleof Edgcot, near Banbury,Oxon,one or three days earlier; The 1st Earl of Pembroke of the1468 creation also had two or more illegitimate sons; one of them, by Mawd, daughter of Adam (Turberville) ap William ap Howell Graunt. [Burke's Peerage]

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When the Lancastrian insurrection [War of Roses] broke out in 1469, Edward IV commissioned the Sir William Herbert, Knight, Earl of Pembroke, and his brother, Sir Richard Herbert, Knight of Coldbrook, to command an army of18,000 Welshmen against the rebels. In July of 1469, the army was defeated at the Battle of Edgecote. The Herberts were captured by Richard, earl of Warwickand beheaded the next day in Northamptonshire. They were buried in the priory chapel on July 27, 1469, beneath the arch which separates the Herbert Chapel & the choir in St. Mary's Priory Church.

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His sons William and Richard both partisans of the White Rose,took the surname of Herbert in or before 1461. Playing a part in English affairs remote fron the Welsh Marches, their lack of a surname may well have inconvenienced them, and their choice ofthe name Herbert can only be explained by the suggestion that their long pedigree from Herbert the Chamberlain, absurdly represented as a bastard son of Henry I, must already have been discovered for them. Copies exist of an alleged commission issued by Edward IV to a committee of Welsh bards for the ascertaining of the true ancestry of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, whom "th chiefest men of skill in the province ofSouth Wales declar to be the descendant of Herbert, a noblelord, natural son b King Henry the first", and it is recited that King Edward, after the creation of the earldom, commanded the Earl and Sir Richard his brother to "take their surnames after their first progeni to Herbert fitz Roy and to forego the British order and Inanner". But this commission, whose date anticipates by some years the true date ofthe creation of the earldom, is the work of one of the many genealogical forgers who flourished under the Tudors.

Sir William Herbert, called by the Welsh Gwilim Ddu or Black William, was a baron in 1461 and a Knight of the Garter in the following year. With many manors and castles on the Marches he had the castle, town and lordship ofPembroke, and after the attainder ofJasper Tudor in 1468 was created Earlof Pembroke.When in July 1469 he was taken by Sir John Conyers and the northern Lancastrians on Hedgecote, he was beheaded along with his brother Sir Richard Herbert of Coldbrook.

The second Earl while still a minor exchanged at the king's desire in 1479his Earldom of Pembroke for that of Huntingdon.In 1484 this son of one whom Hall not unjustly describes as born"a mean gentleman" contracted to marry Katharine the daughter of KingRichard III, but her death annulled the contract and the Earl married Mary, daughter of the Earl.

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William Herbert (d 1469), earl of Pembroke, soldier and statesman; son of Sir William ap Thomas of Raglan and Gwladus, daughter of Dafydd Gam. He served with the English forces in Normandy with his countryman Mathew Gough, was taken prisoner at Formingy (April 1450), and knighted at Christmas, 1450. In the struggle between Lancaster and York his interests, if not also his sympathies, inclined him to favour the Yorkists, for their strength on the borders of South Wales was overwhelming. However, he made his peace with the king and queen Margaret in 1452, and again at Leicester in 1457. During the next few years he was loyal to the Crown, and this partly explains the Yorkist panic at Ludford (12 Oct 1459). As a reward he received extensive grants from the confiscated estates of York and Warwick (5 Feb 1460). In 1459 he m. Anne Devereux, sister of Walter, lord Ferreres of Chartley. After the battle of Northampton (July 1460) Warwick gave him extensive authority in South Wales. In Oct he represented Hereford in Parliament. Henceforth he threw in his lot with the Yorkists, and this largely explains their victory at Mortimer's Cross (2 Feb 1461). At the coronation he became lord Herbert of Raglan (4 Nov). He was chief justice and chamberlain of South Wales. During the next few years Edward IV showered favours upon him 'to the secret displeasure of the earl of Warwick.' Having received the submission of Pembroke castle, a Lancastrian stronghold. Herbert was given the custody of the young Henry, earl of Richmond, whom he betrothed in his will to his daughter Maud; he was made a K.G. (April 1462) and became a member of the king's Inner Council. The feud between Herbert and Warwick became embittered when Herbert's son and heir, William, was made lord Dunster (Sept. 1466), and especially when Herbert accompanied the king to demand the Great Seal from the Chancellor, Warwick's brother, George, archbishop of York (June 1467). Next year (July 1468), Herbert was commissioned to reduce Harlech, still held by the Lancastrians; the castle surrendered in Aug. As his reward Herbert received the earldom of Pembroke (8 Sept). In a striking poem, Guto'r Glyn now appealed to Herbert to become a national leader and rid Wales of English officials. However, he was defeated by Warwick's forces at Edgecote (July 1469), taken prisoner, and executed. This defeat was regarded by contemporary Welsh poets as a national calamity. [Dictionary of Welsh Biography p354]

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Sir William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke (d 1469), was elder son of Sir William Herbert of Ragland Castle, called also William ap Thomas, and in Welsh Margoah Glas, or Gumrhi, who fought in France under Henry V, and was made a knight-baneret in 1415. Herbert's mother was Gladys, a daughter and heiress of David Gam, and widow of Roger Vaughan. Sir Richard Herbert of Colebrook was a younder brother. Sir William's grandfather, Thomas ap Gwillim ap Jenkin (d 1428), secured Raglan Castle on his marriage with Maud daughter and heiress of Sir John Morley. The Herbert family claimed descent from 'Herbertus Camerarius,' a companion of William I, and his son 'Henry Thesaurarius,' both of whom were tenants in capite in Hampshire. The descendants of Henry Thesaurarius in the fifteenth century claimed that he was 'son natural of King Henry the First,' and that they were thus connected with 'the Royal Blood of the Crown of England,' but the pretension contradicted established fact. Peter, the great-grandson of Henry Thesaurarius, seems to have been the first of the family to settle in Wales. He received from John in 1210 many grants of land there forfeited by William of Braose. Peter's descendants by intermarriages with Welsh heiresses acquired very large estates in South-east Wales, and practically became Welshmen.

Herbert was a warrior from his youth. He was knighted by Henry VI in 1449, and in 1450 was on active service in France under the Duke of Somerset. He was taken prisoner at the battle of Formigny in 1450, but was apparently soon released. He played a prominent part on the side of the Yorkists in the wars of the Roses. In Wales he did very notable service against Jasper Tudor, earl of Pembroke, Henry, duke of Exeter, and James, earl of Wiltshire. On 1 May 1457 it was reported that the Lancastrians had offered him his life and goods if he would come to Leicester and ask pardon of Henry VI; but the Yorkists were still strong, and he remained faithful to them. On Edward IV's accession Herbert was made a privy councillor (10 March 1461). On 8 May following he was granted the offices of chief justice and chamberlain of South Wales, and some subordinate posts; on 7 Sept he was made steward of those castles, including that of Brecknock in South Wales, which had belonged to Humphrey, duke of Buckingham. On 4 Nove he was created Baron Herbert, and received in consideration of his services the castle, town, and lordship of Pembroke, with numerous manors and castles on the Welsh marches. On 29 April 1462 he appeared in the House of Lords, and was made a knight of the Garter. Shortly afterwards he joined Edward IV in an expedition to the north of England, where the Lancastrians still held out. In 1463 he was appointed justice in Merionethshire, and received new grants of land, including Dunster, and those manors in Devonshire and Suffolk which had been forfeited by Sir James Luttrell. On 3 June 1466 he was in London, and accompanied Edward IV on a visit to the Archbishop of York. In 1467 he was nominated chief justice of North Wales for life, and made constable of Carmarthen and Cardigan castles.

In August 1468 Pembroke and his brother, Sir Richard, advances against the castle of Harlech, the last Lancastrian stronghold in Wales, where Jasper Tudor, with his young nephew Henry (afterwards Henry VII), still resisted the power of Edward IV. After a siege the castle, although strongly fortified, surrendered, but Sir Richard promised the governor to do what he could to save his life. Sir Richard petitioned Edward IV to that effect, and the request was unwillingly granted. Herbert seems to have taken Prince Henry prisioner, and he was appointed his guardian; but a plan to marry Henry to his daughter Maud failed. He was advanced to the dignity of Earl of Pembroke (8 Sept 1468), after the attainder of Jasper Tudor, and received the manor of Haverfordwest and the offices of chief forester of Snowdon and constable of Conway Castle. Soon afterwards the two brothers porceeded to Anglessey to apprehend seven brothers who had been guilty of 'many mischiefs and murders.' The mother pleaded strongly with Pembroke to spare the lives of two of her sons. Richard seconded her prayer, but Pembroke refused to yield, and executed all. Whereupon the mother cursed him on her knees, 'praying God's mischief might fall to him in the first battle he should make.'

Meanwhile Pembroke and the Earl of Warwick had quarrelled. Pembroke, it is said, desired to marry his infant son to the daughter of Lord Bonvile, and Warwick opposed the arrangement. Pembroke thenceforth sought to widen the breach which was threatening the king's relations with Warwick, and as early as 1466 he had captured in Wales a messenger of Queen Margaret of Anjou, with whom he showed that Warwick was intriguing. In January 1467 the disagreement seemed subsiding, and Pembroke and Warwick both attended a meeting of the king's council. But in July 1469 a rebellion, which was largely fomented by Warwick, broke out in the north. The rebels declared for Henry VI, and rapidly marched south. Pembroke readily prepared an army of Welshmen to resist their progress. He and his brother were ordered with their army of Welshmen to resist their progress. He and his brother were ordered with their army to join at Banbury a strong detachment of archers under the command of Humphrey Stafford, earl of Devonshire, and to intercept the enemy there. The first part of the manaeuvre was successfully accomplished. But a skirmish between a detachment of Pembroke's army under Sir Richard and som rebel troops ended in the total rout of the former. Immediately afterwards Pembroke and Devonshire encamped at Hedgecote, near Banbury. A quarrel between commanders, however, caused Devonshire to lead his archers away, almost in presence of the enemy. On 26 July Pembroke, with his strenght thus seriously impaired, was forced to give battle. Panic seized his Welsh followers. He and his brother fought desperately. Sir Richard is said to have twice passed through the 'battail of his adversaries,' armed with a poleaxe, and 'without any mortal wound returned.' But the defeat was decisive, and both brothers were taken prisoners. Pembroke pleaded for his brother's life in vain, on the ground of his youth; he declard that he was willing to die. On 27 July he made his will, giving directions for his funeral, making many pious bequests to Tintern Abbey and other religious foundations, and providing almshouses for the relief of six poor men. On 28 July Pembroke and Sir Richard were brought to Northampton and beheaded there. Pembroke was buried in Tintern Abbey, and Sir Richard in Abergavenny Church, where his wife Margaret was also buried.

Pembroke married Anne, daughter of Sir Walter Deveraux, lord Ferrers of Chartley, and had by her four sons, William, Walter, Geroge, and Philip, and six daughters. By a mistress, Maud, daughter of Adam ap Howell Gaunt, he had some illegitimate issue, including Sir Richard Herbert, father of Sir William, first earl of Pembroke of the second creation (1501?-1570). [Dictionary of National Biography IX:669-71]

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William, took surname Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke, so created 8 Sept 1468, as also earlier 26 July 1461 Baron Herbert/Herberd by wri. KG (1461/2); knighted 1449, served Hundred Years War (captured by French 1450 at Formigny), Yorkist during War of Roses, Sheriff of Glamorgan and Morgannoc and Constable of Usk Castle 1459, MP Herefs 1460-61, Chief Justice and Chamberlain of South Wales 1461, granted 3 Feb 1461/2 castle, town, and lordship of Pembroke, with other castles, following surrender of Pembroke Castle to him by Lancastrians five months previously, Chief Justice of North Wales 1467; married c 1455 Anne (living 1486) daughter of Sir Walter Devereux, and was beheaded 27 July 1469 following his capture at the Battle of Edgcot near Branbury, Oxon, one or three days earlier; The 1st Earl of Pembroke of the 1468 creation also had two or more illegitimate son; one of them, by Mawd, daughter of Adam (Turberville) ap William ap Howel Graunt. [Burke's Peerage]

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BARONY OF HERBERT
I. 1.
EARDOM OF PEMBROKE
XVII. 1. WILLIAM HERBERT, 2nd son of Sir William AP THOMAS (died 1446), of Raglan Castle, by his 2nd wife, Gwladys (died 1454), widow of Sir Roger VAUGHAN, of Bredwardine, and daughter of Sir David GAM, was born circa 1423. He was knighted by Henry VI 25 December1449. In 1450 he served in France and was captured at Formigny, He was an ardent Yorkist, and in 1457 caused a disturbance in Hereford. In 1459 he was appointed Sheriff of Glamorgan and Morgannoc, and Constable of Usk Castle. He was M.P. for co. Hereford 1460-61. In February 1460/1 he fought at Mortimer's Cross under Edward, who appointed him Chief Justice and Chamberlain of South Wales, 8 May 1461. He was summoned to Parliament by writ, 26 July 1461, directed "Willielmo Herberd de Herberd militi," whereby he is held to have become LORD HERBERT. On 30 September 1461 Pembroke Castle surrendered to him, and on 3 February 1461/2 he was granted the castle, town and lordship of Pembroke, with other castles, &c. K.G. 21 March 1461/2. On 28 August 1467 he was appointed Chief Justice of North Wales. After a long siege he took Harlech Castle, 14 August 1468; and on 8 September 1468 he was created EARL OF PEMBROKE. On 24 or 26 July 1469 he was defeated and captured by Robin of Redesdale at Edgcott, co. Northampton, He married, circa 1455, Anne, sister of Walter (DEVEREUX), LORD FERRERS, and daughter of Sir Walter DEVEREUX, of Bodenham, co. Hereford, by Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sir John MERBURY. He was beheaded 27 July 1469, at Northampton, and was buried at Tintern Abbey. His widow was living in Wales 25 June 1486. [Complete Peerage X:400-1]


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Raglan Castle - from Wales Calling- The Net

The castle was developed mainly by two men - William ap Thomas, who fought with King Henry V at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, and his son, Sir William Herbert, Earl of Pembrokeshire, was the next owner of the castle. Herbert was responsible for Raglan's distinctive Tudor-styling. The elaborately decorated polygonal keep, and the double-drawbridge show French influence, thought to be due to both men fighting in France. The castle is constructed out of two sorts of sandstone - a pale, yellowish sandstone from the Wye river and a local red, brown sandstone used in the Tudor work.

This is not one of Edward I's massive castles built to subdue the Welsh, but more a symbol of social success..It was begun by Sir William ap Thomas around 1435, when he started building the Great Tower, which he surrounded by a moat, the unusmacl hexagonal plan of the tower are thought to be French in character. The Great Tower, known as "The Yellow Tower of Gwent," is the most striking feature at Raglan. It was largely destroyed by Cromwellian engineers at the end of the English Civil War. The tower and moat are outside the main castle.

Following ap Thomas's death he was succeeded by his son William Herbert, a prominent Yorkist, who was created Earl of Pembroke. Herbert turned Raglan into a palace place. However Herbert was beheaded following his defeat at the battle of Edgecote in 1469.

The castle was also the boyhood home of Henry Tudor, later King Henry VII.

In 1492, Elizabeth Herbert married into the Somerset family, the Earls of Worcester, who completed the castle. Earl William added, for example, the long gallery, without which no great Elizabethan house was complete.

The main apartments are inside the South Gate. The Grand Stair, similar to structure at Carew Castle, leads up to the apartments. The Hall and Long Gallery are particularly memorable rooms.

Raglan supported the king during the Civil War. It was defended by Henry, the new earl, and later Marquis of Worcester. The castle sustained one of the longest sieges of the Civil War, ten weeks. eventually the heavy artillery under Sir Thomas Fairfax, forced the marquis to surrender.

The Raglan fell at the end of the Civil War, and Cromwell's engineers duly blasted the great walls. The Great Tower was so strong that only two of its six sides were brought down.

[18406] [S537] Jane Williams Flank

[18407] [S537] Jane Williams Flank

[18408] [S201] Sharon Bearce

[18402] [S829] Burke's Peerage and Baronage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley, Editor-In-Chief {1999}

[18403] [S232] Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom; GE Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd

[18404] [S697] Welsh Genealogies, AD 300-1400; Peter C Bartrum

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Richard Keith

[10924]

ABT 1264 - ____

Father: William De Keith
Mother: Barbara de Seton


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                                                      _Hervey De Keth Marshal Of Scottland_|___________________________________
                                                     | (1187 - 1250) m 1211                                                    
                       _John De Keth Marshal Of Scot_|
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 _William De Keith ___|
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|                     |                               _William Cumyn Earl Of Biggar________|___________________________________
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|                     |_Margaret Cumyn ______________|
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|--Richard Keith 
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|                                                     _Alexander de Seton _________________|___________________________________
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|                      _Adam de Seton _______________|
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|                     |                              |_Margaret de Berkeley _______________|_Eva of Galloway __________________
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|_Barbara de Seton ___|
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[10924] [S198] Eldridge, D'Aiutolo

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Maud Le Strange

[17049] [17050] [17051]

1306 - ____

Father: Fulk Le Strange
Mother: Eleanor Giffard


                                                                                             _John II Le Strange ____________________
                                                                                            | (1168 - ....)                          
                                                        _John III Le Strange _______________|_Amice Unknown _________________________
                                                       | (1193 - 1269)                        (1170 - ....)                          
                       _Robert (John) Le Strange ______|
                      | (.... - 1276) m 1250           |
                      |                                |                                     _Robert De Tregoz ______________________+
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                      |                                |_Lucy de Tregoz ____________________|_JULIANA de Cantilupe __________________
                      |                                  (1210 - 1294)                        (1215 - 1285)                          
 _Fulk Le Strange ____|
| (1267 - ....)       |
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|                     |_Alianore (Eleanor) de Warenne _|
|                       (.... - 1306) m 1250           |
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|--Maud Le Strange 
|  (1306 - ....)
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|                      _John Le Boef Giffard __________|
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|_Eleanor Giffard ____|
  (1271 - ....)       |
                      |                                                                      _Walter De Clifford ____________________+
                      |                                                                     | (1143 - ....) m 1185                   
                      |                                 _Walter De Clifford ________________|_Agnes De Condet De Cundy ______________
                      |                                | (1186 - ....)                        (1145 - ....)                          
                      |_Maud De Clifford ______________|
                        (1239 - 1284) m 1264           |
                                                       |                                     _Llywelyn 'the Great', Prince of Wales _
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                                                       |_Margaret (Margred) Verch Llewelyn _|_Tangwystyl Goch _______________________
                                                         (.... - 1264)                                                               

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[17049] [S212] Susan Cary

[17050] [S212] Susan Cary

[17051] [S201] Sharon Bearce

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