Roger de Clifford Justice of Forests
- Born: 1243, Tenbury, Worcestershire, England
- Marriage: Isabel de Vipont 160,900
- Died: 6 Nov 1282, Menai Strait, Anglesey, Wales at age 39 160
- Buried: 1282, Isle of Anglesey, Wales 900
~Weis' Ancestral Roots . . ., 8th Edition, 82:31-32, Husband of Isabel de Vipont, heir of Appleby, Westmoreland. He was Justice of the Forests, and drowned 6 Nov 1282 and was the son of Sir Roger de Clifford, of Tenbury, Justice of Wales and Justice of the Forest south of Trent, and a Crusader. 160
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 900
Roger de Clifford was renowned for his skill and magnanimity in the wars during the reigns of Henry III and Edward I. He died in his father's life time on St. Leonard's day 1283 in the Isle of Anglesey, where he was buried. He married Isabel, the eldest daughter and coheir of Robert de Vipoint, Lord of Westmoreland, and in her right held Brougham Castle in Westmoreland, part of which he built and repaired. He even inscribed in stone over the door of the inward gate, "This was made by Roger."
~Collins's Peerage of England, Vol. VI, p. 514
• Death. 141
Roger de Clifford was drowned when crossing a bridge of boats near the Menai Straits. He was son of another Roger, a feudal Baron of Herefordshire, and Justice of the Forest South of Trent, Aug. 1265.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, (Clifford), Vol. III, pp. 290, footnote (b)
Roger married Isabel de Vipont, daughter of Robert de Vipont Lord of Appleby and Isabel Fitz John 160.,900 (Isabel de Vipont was born in 1254 in Brougham Castle, Westmorland, England,160 died on 14 May 1292 in Westmoreland, England 160 and was buried in 1292 in Shap Abbey, Westmoreland, England 141.)