Alianore de Blanchminster
- Born: Abt 1231, Whitchurch, Shropshire, England
- Marriage: Robert le Strange 721,802
- Died: Bef Jun 1306, Whitchurch, Shropshire, England 802
- Buried: High Ercall, Shropshire, England 802
Another name for Alianore was Eleanor de Whitchurch.
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 802
Alianore, daughter and coheir of William de Albo Monasterio, Lord of Blanchminster, was first married to Robert le Strange. He died Aug 1276, and a Writ Close of 10 Sep 1276 orders the Sheriff of Hampshire to give 30 librates of land and rents in Choulton to his widow, Alianore, until such time as her fair dower should be assigned. Another Writ of 2 Oct 1276, enjoins the Sheriff of Shropshire to restore the Manor of Whitchurch, and all things which had been taken therefrom since the Sheriff had seized it, to Alianore, widow of Robert le Strange, whose inheritance the King had found it to be. Accordingly on the Pipe-Roll of 1277, Bogo de Knovill, the Sheriff of Shropshire, "responds for no issues of the lands of Robert le Strange in Albo Monasterios Warenne, because he had surrendered them (to the Widow) according to the King's Writ." Shortly after this the Sheriff, Bogo de Knovill becomes Alianore's second husband.
Alianore married Robert le Strange, son of John le Strange Lord of Knockyn and Lucy de Tregoz 721.,802 (Robert le Strange was born about 1232 in Hunstanton, Norfolk, England 160 and died in 1276 in Litcham, Norfolk, England 160.)