Catherine (Katherine) de Mortimer, b. 1309/10 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England, d. bef. September 1369 in England

Father: Lord Roger Mortimer of Wigmore, b. 3 May 1287 in Netherwood, Thornbury, Hertfordshire, England, d. 29 November 1330 in Tyburn, Warwickshire, England, cause of death was execution by King Edward III.
Mother: Joan de Geneville, b. 2 February 1285/6 in Ludlow, Shropshire, England, d. 19 October 1356

Spouse: Thomas de Beauchamp, b. 14 February 1313/4 in Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England, d. 13 November 1369 in Calais, Pas de Calais, France

Father: Guy X de Beauchamp, b. 1272/8 in Elmley, Worcestershire, England, d. 12 August 1315 in Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England
Mother: Alice de Toeni, b. 1284 in Flamsted, Hertfordshire, England, d. 1 January 1324 in England
Married bef. 1334.

Children:


Lord Roger Mortimer of Wigmore, b. 3 May 1287 in Netherwood, Thornbury, Hertfordshire, England, d. 29 November 1330 in Tyburn, Warwickshire, England, cause of death was execution by King Edward III.

Father: Edmond de Mortimer, b. 1252 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England, d. 17 July 1304 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England
Mother: Margaret de Fiennes, b. ca. 1262
Roger Mortimer went to England with Isabella, Queen of England and wife of Edward II, as her lover and co-regent for her son Edward III. When Edward turned eighteen years old he deposed his mother and had Roger hung, drawn, and quartered.

Spouse: Joan de Geneville, b. 2 February 1285/6 in Ludlow, Shropshire, England, d. 19 October 1356

Father: Piers de Geneville, b. 1256 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, d. bef. June 1292 in Ireland
Mother: Jeanne de Lusignan, b. ca. 1262 in Lusignan, Vienne, France, d. 1323
Married 20 September 1301.

Children:


Edmond de Mortimer, b. 1252 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England, m. Baroness of Wigmore, aft. 1287 in England, d. 17 July 1304 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England

Father: Roger de Mortimer, 1st Baron Mortimer, b. 1221 in Radnorshire, Wales, d. 27 October 1282 in Builth, Wales, he died in battle.
Mother: Maud (Matilda) de Braose, b. ca. 1219 in Gower, Glamorganshire, Wales, d. 1301
He was the seventh Baron of Mortimer.

Spouse: Margaret de Fiennes, b. ca. 1262

Father: William de Fienes (2), b. ca. 1240, d. 11 July 1302
Mother: Blanche de Brienne, b. ca. 1252 in Brienne le Chateau, Le Aube, France
Married ca. 1280 in England.

Children:


Roger de Mortimer, 1st Baron Mortimer, b. 1221 in Radnorshire, Wales, d. 27 October 1282 in Builth, Wales, cause of death was in battle.

Father: Ralph V de Mortimer, b. 1190 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England, d. 6 August 1246 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England
Mother: Gladys Dhu "Dark Eyed" of Wales, b. ca. 1205 in Caernarvonshire, Wales, d. 1251 in Windsor, Berkshire, England

Spouse: Maud (Matilda) de Braose, b. ca. 1219 in Gower, Glamorganshire, Wales, m. William de Beauchamp, d. 1301

Father: William "Black Will" de Braose, b. 1204 in Brecknock, Surrey, England, d. 2 May 1230, he was hanged by Llewellyn ap Ioworth.
Mother: Eve Marshal, b. ca. 1198 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, d. 1246
Married ca. 1147.

Children:


Ralph V de Mortimer, b. 1190 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England, d. 6 August 1246 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England

Father: Roger Mortimer of Wigmore, b. bef. 1153, d. bef. 8 July 1214
Mother: Isabel de Ferriers, d. bef. 29 April 1252

Spouse: Gladys Dhu "Dark Eyed" of Wales, b. ca. 1205 in Caernarvonshire, Wales, m. Reginald de Braose, bef. 1221 in Wales, d. 1251 in Windsor, Berkshire, England

Father: Llewellyn II "The Great", Prince of Wales, b. 1173 in Aberffraw, Caernarvonshire, Wales, d. 11 April 1240 in Aberconwy, Arllechwedd Isaf, Caernarvonshire, Wales
Mother: Joan Lackland, b. ca. 1180 in Wales, d. 1236 in Wales
Married ca. 1230 in Wales.

Children:


Roger Mortimer of Wigmore, b. bef. 1153, d. bef. 8 July 1214

Father: Hugh II de Mortimer, b. bef. 1117 in Hertfordshire, England, d. 26 February 1180/1 in Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, England
Mother: Maud le Meschin, m. Philip Belmeis of Tong
Spouse: Isabel de Ferriers, d. bef. 29 April 1252
Father: Walchelin de Ferriers
Married bef. 1196

Children:

  1. Hugh de Mortimer, m. Annora de Braose, d. 1227
  2. Ralph V de Mortimer, b. 1190 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England, m. Gladys Dhu "Dark Eyed" of Wales, ca. 1230 in Wales, d. 6 August 1246 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England
  3. Philip Mortimer
  4. Joan Mortimer, m. Walcheline (Walter) de Beauchamp, May 1212 in Elmley, Worcestershire, England, d. 1225

Hugh II de Mortimer, b. bef. 1117 in Hertfordshire, England, d. 26 February 1180/1 in Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, England

Father: Hugh I de Mortimer, b. in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England, d. 26 February 1148/50
Some sources say Matilda (or Maud) was the wife of his father.

Spouse: Matilda Meschin, b. ca. 1130 in Harringworth, Northamptonshire, England, m. Phillip (Guillaume) de Belmais

Father: William Meschin, Lord of Skipton, b. ca. 1100 in Gernon Castle, Normandy, France, d. 1130/5
Mother: Cecily de Rumilly, b. ca. 1100 in Normandy, France, m. Henry de Tracy, d. ca. 1151
Married

Children:


Hugh I de Mortimer, b. in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England

Father: Ranulph de Mortemer, b. in Mortemer-en-Brai, France, d. 1104 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England
Hugh rebuilt Cymaron Castle in 1144.

Children:


Ranulph de Mortemer, b. bef. 1070 in Mortemer-en-Brai, Normandy, France, d. ca. 1104 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England

Father: Roger I "fili Episcopi" de Mortemer, b. bef. 990 in Mortemer-en-Brai, Normandy, France, d. aft. 1074 in Mortemer-en-Brai, France
Mother: Hawise (Hadewisa) of Rouen
Ranulph founded the house of Mortimer of Wigmore, having acquired Wigmore Castle after William fitzOsbern’s son, Roger de Breteuil, lost his lands due to his participation in the Revolt of the Earls in 1075.

Spouse: Millicent

Married

Children:


Roger I "fili Episcopi" de Mortemer, b. bef. 990 in Mortemer-en-Brai, Normandy, France, d. aft. 1074 in Mortemer-en-Brai, France

Father: Ranulf I de Warenne, b. ca. 950 in Normandy, France, m. de Torta
Mother: Beatrice de Crepon
Although we have Roger’s father listed as Ranulf I de Warenne, his nickname, "fili Episcopi", which means "son of the bishop", suggests he was the son of Hugh, Bishop of Coutances. He was known to be a close relative of William I de Warenne, and some sources make him William’s uncle. That is how we have it, though the issue of him being the son of Hugh is not resolved.

Roger was one of William, Duke of Normandy’s (the Conquerer) generals at the Battle of Mortemer in 1054. However, he gave quarter to William’s chief rival, his father-in-law Ralph III "the Great", for three days until Ralph could find safe passage back home. When Duke William found out he exiled Roger and confiscated his lands. Still, upon his father’s death, he took the name Mortemer.

Spouse: Hawise (Hadewisa) of Rouen

Mother: Ralph III "the Great", Viscount of Rouen
Married

Children:


Hugh, Bishop of Coutances, b. ca. 970 in Normandy, France

Spouse: Daughter of Robert II of Normandy, m. Manfred the Dane, bef. 1050

Father: Robert II "The Devil", Duke of Normandy, b. ca. 1002, d. 22 July 1035 in Nicea
Married.

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Ancestor families report created by Gene 4.3.4, Mon, Jan 19, 2004