Alice de Hastings, b. 1170

Father: Robert de Hastings, b. 1135 in Little Easton, Essex, England
Mother: Maud de Flamville, b. 1141

Spouse: Godfrey de Louvaine, b. 1164 in Eye Castle, Suffolk, England, d. 26 April 1226

Father: Godfrey III "le Barbe" de Louvaine, b. 1142 in Brabant, France
Mother: Imagina de Loos, b. ca. 1152, d. bef. 1214
Married ca. 1189.

Children:

  1. Matthew de Louvaine, b. 1190 in Little Easton, Essex, England, m. Muriel (2), d. bef. June 1258

Robert de Hastings, b. 1135 in Little Easton, Essex, England

Father: William Fits Robert, b. in Little Easton, Essex, England
Mother: Hawise de Guerres, b. 1120 in Essex, England, d. 1219 in Bilsting, Suffolk, England

Spouse: Maud de Flamville, b. 1141

Father: Roger de Flamville, b. 1110 in Dalby, Yorkshire, England, d. 1169
Mother: Jueta Ivetta de Arches, b. 1103
Married 1169.

Children:

  1. Alice de Hastings, b. 1170, m. Godfrey de Louvaine, ca. 1189

William Fits Robert, b. in Little Easton, Essex, England

Father: Robert Fitz Walter

Spouse: Hawise de Guerres, b. 1120 in Essex, England, d. 1219 in Bilsting, Suffolk, England

Father: Richard de Guerres (2), b. 1090
Married ca. 1134.

Children:

  1. Robert de Hastings, b. 1135 in Little Easton, Essex, England, m. Maud de Flamville, 1169

Robert Fitz Walter

Father: Walter Fitzotho, b. ca. 1045 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, d. aft. 1086
Mother: Beatrice de Offlay, b. ca. 1050 in Windsor, Berkshire, England

Children:

  1. William Fits Robert, b. in Little Easton, Essex, England, m. Hawise de Guerres, ca. 1134

Richard de Guerres (2), b. 1090

Father: Richard de Guerres (1), b. 1060 in Essex, England

Children:

  1. Hawise de Guerres, b. 1120 in Essex, England, m. William Fits Robert, ca. 1134, d. 1219 in Bilsting, Suffolk, England

Richard de Guerres (1), b. 1060 in Essex, England

Children:

  1. Richard de Guerres (2), b. 1090

John Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings, b. 6 May 1262, d. 28 February 1313

Father: Henry de Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings, b. ca. 1235, d. ca. 1269
Mother: Joanna (Joan) de Cantilupe, d. 1271
The arms of John de Hastings were Or a maunch gules. He fought in King Edward I's wars against the Scots and Irish, yet vied for the Scottish crown as a grandson of Ada, third daughter of David, Earl of Huntingdon. In 1301 he wrote a letter to Pope Boniface VIII protesting papal interference in Scottish affairs.
Spouse: Isabel de Valence, d. 5 October 1305
Father: William de Valence, 1st Earl of Pembroke, b. ca. 1221, d. 18 May 1296
Mother: Joan de Munchensi, b. ca. 1230, d. aft. 20 September 1307
Married bef. 1280

Children:

  1. William Hastings, b. 1282, d. 1311
  2. John Hastings, 2nd Baron Hastings, b. 29 September 1286, m. Juliane de Leybourne, d. 20 January 1325
  3. Edmund Hastings, Lord Hastings
  4. Elizabeth de Hastings, m. Roger Grey, 1st Baron de Ruthyn

Spouse: Isabel le Despenser

Father: Hugh le Despenser "the Elder", 1st Lord Despenser, b. ca. 1237, d. 9 October 1326 in Bristol, England, cause of death was hanging,
Mother: Isabel de Beauchamp, b. ca. 1265, d. bef. 30 May 1306
Married

Children:

  1. Thomas de Hastings
  2. Margaret de Hastings
  3. Sir Hugh Hastings of Sutton, m. Margery Foliot, d. 1347

Henry de Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings, b. ca. 1235, d. ca. 1269

Father: Sir Henry de Hastings
Mother: Ada of Huntingdon
Henry was created Baron by Simon de Montfort in 1264, but the title was not recognized by the crown. That is why his son is designated the 1st Baron Hastings.

Henry led the Londoners at the Battle of Lewes where he was taken prisoner. He fought at the Battle of Evesham and resisted King Henry III at Kenilworth. After the Dictum of Kenilworth he commanded the last remnants of the baronial party at the Isle of Ely. He submitted to the king in July 1267.
Spouse: Joanna (Joan) de Cantilupe, d. 1271
Father: William III de Cantilupe, Lord of Abergavenny, d. 25 September 1254
Mother: Eva de Braose, b. ca. 1234 in Abergavanny, England, d. July 1255 in Abergavenny, Wales
Married

Children:

  1. John Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings, b. 6 May 1262, m. Isabel de Valence, bef. 1280, m. Isabel le Despenser, d. 28 February 1313

William III de Cantilupe, Lord of Abergavenny, d. 25 September 1254

Father: William II de Cantilupe, d. 1251
Mother: Millicent de Gournay
William's arms were Gules three fleur-de-lys or. They were later changed to jessant-de-lys, which is with the fluer-de-lys protruding from an object, usually a leopard face.

The name is sometimes seen as Cantelow, Cantelou, Canteloupe, and de Cantilupo.
Spouse: Eva de Braose, b. ca. 1234 in Abergavanny, England, d. July 1255 in Abergavenny, Wales
Father: William "Black Will" de Braose, b. 1204 in Brecknock, Surrey, England, d. 2 May 1230, cause of death was hanging
Mother: Eve Marshall, b. ca. 1198 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, d. ca. 1245
Married bef. 15 February 1248

Children:

  1. George de Cantilupe, Lord of Abergavenny, d. 1273
  2. Milicent de Cantilupe, m. Eodo la Zouche, m. John de Montalt, d. 1299
  3. Joanna (Joan) de Cantilupe, m. Henry de Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings, d. 1271

William II de Cantilupe, d. 1251

Father: William I de Cantilupe, b. ca. 1159 in Buckinghamshire, d. 7 April 1239, bur. Studley Priory, Warwickshire, England
Mother: Mazilia (Marcelin) Braci
William began his career as a retainer of Ranulph, Earl of Chester. In 1239 he was appointed Sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. He was one of the Keepers of the Realm during the king's campaigns in Poitou in 1242.
Spouse: Millicent de Gournay
Father: Hugh de Gournai
After William's death Milicent was awarded custody of Margaret, later Queen of Scots, a daughter of Henry III.
Married

Children:

  1. William III de Cantilupe, Lord of Abergavenny, m. Eva de Braose, ca. 1241, d. 25 September 1254
  2. Juliana de Cantilupe, m. de Tregoz
  3. Thomas de Cantilupe, Bishop of Hereford, b. ca. 1218 in Hambleden, Buckinghamshire, England, d. 25 August 1282 in Ferento, Montefiascone, Italy

William I de Cantilupe, b. ca. 1159 in Buckinghamshire, d. 7 April 1239, bur. Studley Priory, Warwickshire, England

Father: Walter de Cantilupe
William was steward to the future King John in 1198. During John's reign he served as Sheriff of Worcestershire and Under-Sheriff of Herefordshire. After his appointment in 1209 as Sheriff of Warwickshire and Leicestershire he made his residence at Kenilworth Castle.
Spouse: Mazilia (Marcelin) Braci
Married

Children:

  1. William II de Cantilupe, m. Millicent de Gournay, d. 1251
  2. Walter de Cantilupe, Bishop of Worcester, d. 12 February 1266
  3. Isabel de Cantilupe, m. Stephen Devereux

Walter de Cantilupe

Walter was a minor land owner in Essex and Lincolnshire. He had a brother, Fulk, who was sheriff of Berkshire. Their parents are not known.

Children:

  1. William I de Cantilupe, b. ca. 1159 in Buckinghamshire, m. Mazilia (Marcelin) Braci, d. 7 April 1239, bur. Studley Priory, Warwickshire, England

William de Valence, 1st Earl of Pembroke, b. ca. 1221, d. 18 May 1296

Father: Hugh X de Lusignan, b. ca. 1180 in Lusignan, Vienne, France, d. 1249 in Surrey, England
Mother: Isabella of Angoulême, b. 1188 in Angouleme, Charente, France, d. 31 May 1246 in Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, France
William was born Guillaume de Lusignan. Trouble in Poitou after the conquest by France compelled William and his brothers Guy and Aymer to accept the invitation of King Henry III to go to England. They were all given high positions and lands. The favoritism led to their making enemies in England ad at one point William was forced to return to France.

William acquired the Earldom of Pembroke (the first of a new creation) through his marriage to Joan, a granddaughter of William Marshal. He participated in the Battle of Lewes, and fled to France following their defeat until 1265. After he returned to England he became the leader of the English campaigns against the Welsh led by Llywelyn ap Gruffudd and Dafydd ap Gruffudd. He negotiated the surrender of one of Dafydd's last castles and was on the King's council during the Great Cause to determine succession to the Scottish throne.

William's arms were Barry argent and azure a label of five points each charged with three lions rampant argent. After becoming Earl of Pembroke they were changed to Barry argent and azure an orle of martlets gules.
Spouse: Joan de Munchensi, b. ca. 1230, d. aft. 20 September 1307
Father: Warin de Munchensi, Lord of Swanscombe, m. Dionisie (Denise) de Anesty, 1234, d. 1255
Mother: Joan (Johanna) Marshal, b. ca. 1204, d. bef. 1234
Married ca. 1248

Children:

  1. Isabel de Valence, m. John Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings, bef. 1280, d. 5 October 1305
  2. Joan de Valence, m. John "the Red Comyn" Comyn, Lord of Badenoch
  3. John de Valence, d. January 1277
  4. William de Valence, Seigneur de Montignac and Bellac, d. 16 June 1282 in Wales, cause of death was the Battle of Llandeilo Fawr
  5. Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, b. ca. 1270, m. Beatrice de Clermont, m. Marie de Chatillon, d. 23 June 1324
  6. Margaret de Valence, died young, bur. at Westminster Abbey, London, England
  7. Agnes de Valence, b. ca. 1250, m. Maurice FitzGerald, Baron of Offaly, m. Hugh de Balliol

Warin de Munchensi, Lord of Swanscombe, d. 1255

Spouse: Joan (Johanna) Marshal, b. ca. 1204, d. bef. 1234

Father: William I Marshal, b. 1146 in Rockley, Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, d. 14 May 1219 in Caversham, Henley, Oxfordshire, England, buried aft. 14 May 1219 in Temple Church, London, Middlesex, England
Mother: Isabel de Clare (2), b. ca. 1171 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, d. 1220 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Some sources claim Warin and Joan had only one child, Joan, while others say they also had a son named John who must have died young.
Married

Children:

  1. Joan de Munchensi, b. ca. 1230, m. William de Valence, 1st Earl of Pembroke, ca. 1248, d. aft. 20 September 1307

Spouse: Dionisie (Denise) de Anesty, m. Walter Langton, m. Robert Butyller, d. ca. 1293-1304

Married 1234

Children:

  1. William de Munchensi, b. 1236, d. 1287