- Marriage: Robert de Heriz
Noted events in his life were:
• Web Reference: From Harris Ancestors.
Robert de Heriz II. The sons of Ivo I. de Heriz were Robert de Heriz II. and William de Heriz, obit. 1179, whose lands were forfeited to the Crown. He married Adeline de Whatton; his bearings were azure, three hedge-hogs or. His principal seat was Wiverton. His children were stated to be Roger and Hugh de Hersey/Herce - Curia Regis Roll, 12 John I. - but not by Adeline de Whatton. It can be reasonably be proposed that William de Heriz had firstly married a member of the Loudham family. Eustace de Loudham was under sheriff of Notts. in 1213, and sheriff of Yorkshire in 1224-26 - CPR., 1216-1225, p.524 - and sheriff of Notts in 1233. He held land of John de Lacey, Constable of Chester. Walter, his son, was steward of the Lacey barony of Pontefract. [EYC. VIII., p.197.] Walter, ob. 1272, was given joint custody and marriage of the heir of Hugh de Hercy II. in 1268 This Walter had a daughter called Alice or Maud, who shortly after Walter's death married John de Heriz II. Robert de Heriz II., obit. 1198, Sherriff of Nottingham, who paid relief in 1181 to obtain William's lands. He married Agnes Alcher. Agnes was the daughter and co-heiress of Gilbert Alcher, who held land in Sudbury, Derbyshire, of the Agard family, tenants of the Ferrers, who could trace their lineage to Richard Agard de Foston, fl. 1125; arms: arg. a chevron engrailed, gu., between three boars' heads. The Agard family were closely connected to the Stanhope family of Elvaston. The other Alcher co-heiress married William de Montgomery, whose family held Cubely; later to descend to the Stanhope family, who made it their chief residence.
Agnes married Robert de Heriz, son of Ivo de Heriz Sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Emma Bilborough.