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• Background Information. 923
The fact that Robert Erneys and his son Richard Erneys both granted lands to Alan's father John le Norreys and then to Alan, and finally to Alan's sons Alan and Hugh leads me to suspect that Ellen was in fact Ellen Erneys, the daughter of Richard Erneys

Alan Norreys of Speke was married to Ellen, who was living in 1334. They had six sons: his heir Henry (whom he named in feoffments from 1337 to 1345), Sir John, Richard, William, Alan, and Hugh. In addition they had a daughter, Agnes. Alan le Norreys of Speke almost certainly was a victim of the great Black Death which killed one-third of the people from Europe through the Middle East and all of Asia in 1348-50. His estate was executed by his son Henry, his son John, and John Grelley.

~Steve Norris, The "le Norreys" Family in England from 1135 to 1650

Ellyne married Alan le Norreys, son of John le Norreys of Speke, Formby, and West Derby, Lancashire and Nichola de Haselwell. (Alan le Norreys was born about 1280 in Speke, Lancashire, England 923 and died 1349 or 1350 in Speke, Lancashire, England 729,923.)

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