|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 9, pages 500, 501 (as corrected by volume 14):
He [Ralph (de Neville), Lord Neville (d. 1367)] m. (lic. 14 Jan. 1326/7) Alice, da. of Hugh (DE AUDLEY) senior, LORD AUDLEY (of Stratton), by Isolt, da. of Sir Edmund (DE MORTIMER), LORD MORTIMER - see AUDLEY of Stratton Audley and MORTIMER of Wigmore - which Alice was widow of Sir Ralph (DE GREYSTOKE), LORD GREYSTOKE (d. 1323) - see GREYSTOKE.
For the identity of Isolt, the wife of Hugh de Audley, see Audley (of Stratton Audley), vol. 1, pp. 347, 348.
Volume 9, page 502c:
(f) Geoffrey de Neville, younger son of Geoffrey the Chamberlain, had charge of Pickering Forest, temp. John (Close Rolls, 1231-34, p. 62). He m., by 1226 (Bracton, [Note Book], no. 1883; Assize Roll 1043, rot. 22), Mabel, da. and h. of William de la Mare, by Mabel, elder da. and coh. of John Malherbe, by Maud his wife, who was widow of Adam de Montbegon (d. 1189) and da. and coh. of Adam (d. 1159, Pipe Roll, 5 Hen. II, p. 63), s. of Swain, s. of Ailric, 1086 (Assize Roll 483, rot. 50 d; Feet of Fines, Yorks, Yorks Arch. Soc., 1218-31, p. 165; Dugdale, Mon., vol. v, pp. 138, 139; Monkbretton Chart., Yorks Arch. Soc., p. 191).
Rosie Bevan, in July 2003, pointed out that according to Farrer, Early Yorkshire Charters, vol. 3, p. 318, Maud's first husband Adam de Montbegon died before 1172, her second husband John Malherbe died in 1181, and she married thirdly Gerard de Glanvill.
[The marriage to Gerard, given by Keats-Rohan, Domesday Descendants,
had been pointed out by Adrian Channing.
Item last updated 23 August 2003.]