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John de Lungvilliers
(-1254)
Sir John de Lungvilliers Knight
(-)
Elena
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Margaret de Lungvilliers
(-Abt 1318)

 

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Geoffrey de Neville

Margaret de Lungvilliers

  • Born: Farnley, Yorkshire, England 141
  • Marriage: Geoffrey de Neville 141,160,1102
  • Died: Abt Feb 1318-1319, Hornby Castle, Lancashire, England 141,734

bullet  General Notes:


~Weis' Ancestral Roots . . ., 8th Edition, 247:27, Geoffrey de Neville of Hornby Castle, he was Chief Justice of the King's Forests, summoned to Shrewsbury 1285, died shortly before 26 Mar 1285, and married sometime around 1267, Margaret de Lungvilliers who died feb 1318/19, daughter of John de Lungvillers, and a descendant of Aleric, Lord of Hornby, 1066. 160

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 746
There was an Inquisition upon the death of Margaret de Nevile in 12 Edward II (1318-1319), when it was found that amongst her great possessions were a messuage of two bovates of land at Potterton. [Dodsworth M.S. 44] Margaret was the wife of Geoffrey de Neville, a cadet of the Raby family and a Justice Itinerat for Pleas of the forest who died in 1285, and she was a daughter to heir of John Longvillers. [Coucher Book ob Kirstall Abbey, Thoresby Soc. Pub, vol. vii, pg. 50] It is possible that the land at Potterton was part of the extensive grant made by de Lacy, in whose fee it then was to de Longvillers, and that Margaret had inherited it from her father. In 1341, Margaret's son Robert, was shown be the Survey to be holding the land. "Robert de Nevill, knight, holds the town of Podryngton by the service of one knight's fee, rendering by the year Id. And he owes suit of court for one messuage of 9 acres of land which Richard Cisson hold of him."

History of Barwick-in-Elmet, pg. 231-232

• Background Information. 141
Geoffrey de Neville married, in or before 1267, Margaret, daughter and heir of John de Lungvillers. , and died shortly before 16 Mar 1285. Margaret, who was born at Farnley, Leeds, had writ for livery of Hornby Castle, 3 Apr 1285, she undertaking not to marry without license. She was summoned to perform military service in Gascony in person, 1294, and against the Scots, June 1300. Margaret died about Feb 1318/9.

~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, (Neville), Vol. IX, pp. 487-488

• Background Information. 1103
John de Lungvillers was married to a woman named Elena who, as a widown, was involved in litigation with John de Burgh concerning the ownership of the castle and lands of Hornby. Elena claimed the third part of the manors. Her granddaughter Margaret, wife of Geoffrey de Nevill also brought a suit to recover the Honor of Hornby. Margaret was successful in her suit, and Geoffrey and Margaret were in possession of the Honor of Hornby by the close of the reign of Henry III.

The Neville family whom the Honor of Hornby came into possession was a younger branch of the Nevills of Raby. Geoffrey de Nevill died in 1285, and his widow, Margaret de Lungvillers, died in 1318.

~ London Society, p. 174


Margaret married Geoffrey de Neville, son of Sir Geoffrey de Neville Knight and Joane 141,160.,1102 (Geoffrey de Neville was born in Lancashire, England and died on 26 Mar 1285 in Hornby Castle, Lancashire, England 160.)


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