|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 11, page 601 (as modified by volume 14):
He [Stephen de Segrave (d. 1241)] m., 1stly, Rohese, sister of Hugh DESPENSER, [and] da. of Thomas DESPENCER [See DESPENCER, vol. iv, p. 259] and 2ndly, Ida, sister of Henry DE HASTINGS...
GILBERT DE SEGRAVE, 2nd but 1st surv. s. and h., ...
John P. Ravilious, in December 2002, provided evidence that Gilbert was Stephen's son by his marriage to Rohese [citing Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Records Office, DR10/15; online abstract at Access to Archives].
[Item last updated 16 March 2003.]
Volume 11, page 609:
He [Stephen (de Segrave), Lord Segrave] m. Alice, said to be da. of --- ARUNDELL, and d. before 12 Dec. 1325 ... Alice surv. him.(g)
Cal. Inq. p.m., vol. vi, no. 700; Cal. Close Rolls, 1323-27, pp. 453, 486; 1327-30, p. 178.
Douglas Richardson, in December 2001, produced evidence suggesting that she was a daughter of Richard, earl of Arundel (d. 1301/2), and that she died 7 February 1340 [citing Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, 5th series, vol.9, p.166 (1935-1937)].
Volume 11, page 609:
He [John (de Segrave), Lord Segrave] d. s.p.m. 1 Apr. 1353.(r)
Cal. Inq. p.m., vol. x, no. 116.
He had been predeceased by a son John, for whom a dispensation was granted in 1349 to marry Blanche, daughter of John Lord Mowbray [Complete Peerage, vol. 9, p. 384, note e; vol, 10, p. 662, note e]. Brad Verity, in April 2003, gave further details of Lord Segrave's sons Edmund, who died in infancy, and John, born at Bretby Castle, Derbyshire, 13 September 1340, from C. W. Segrave, The Segrave Family: 1066 to 1935 (1936) [citing the Arundell Manuscripts].
[Item last updated 17 July 2003.]
Volume 11, pages 609, 610:
He [John (de Segrave), Lord Segrave (d. 1353)] m. Margaret, da. and eventually sole heir of Thomas (OF BROTHERTON), EARL OF NORFOLK and MARSHAL OF ENGLAND, by his 1st wife Alice, da. of Sir Roger DE HALES; which Thomas, who d. s.p.m. 1338, was 5th s. of EDWARD I. ... She m., 2ndly, Walter (DE MAUNY), LORD MAUNY, who d. in Jan. 1371/2.
On Margaret's marriages, see Norfolk, volume 9, page 600.