Furnival of Lincolnshire
Gerard de Furnival [a] b abt 1155. The identity of his wife is undetermined.
Child of Gerard de Furnival was:
Thomas de Furnival [c] b abt 1206, of Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, d aft 13 Apr 1238, Holy Land. He md Bertha abt 1225. She was b abt 1212, d aft 10 Feb 1266/67.
Child of Thomas de Furnival and Bertha was:
Thomas de Furnival [e], Lord Furnival, b abt 1270, prob Lincolnshire, England, d 1332. He md Joan le Despenser bef Jan 1291/92, daughter of Sir Hugh le Despenser, Knight, and Aline Basset.
Child of Thomas de Furnival and Joan le Despenser was:
Maud de Furnival b abt 1292, Tattershall, Lincolnshire, England, d 20 Feb 1360/61, Tattershall, Lincolnshire, England. She md Sir John Marmion, Lord Marmion, abt 1305, son of Sir John Marmion, Lord Marmion, and Isabel.
a. Accompanied Richard I in his crusade.
b. He and wife Maud were stated both to be under age 12 Mar 1200/01. They had livery of her father's lands, which included the manor of Worksop, 20 May 1203.
c. Living on 13 Apr 1238, his wife Berta survived him, and married secondly, Ralph le Bigod (who died 1260). She was still living 10 Feb 1266/67.
d. Of Sheffied, co. York, Worksop and Grassthorpe, co. Notts, and Brassington, co. Derby, he was brother and heir to Sir Gerard Furnival, who died s.p. before 18 Oct 1261. On 25 Jul 1270, he had license to build a stone castle at Sheffield. He was summoned for military service from 18 Oct 1261 to 16 Apr 1291, and to attend the King at Shrewsbury, 28 Jun 1283. The name of his wife is not known.
e. The King took his homage 5 Jun 1291 and he had livery of his father's lands. He was at the battle of Falkirk in Jul 1298, and was summoned for military service from May 1297 to 5 Apr 1327, to attend the King wherever he might be 8 Jun 1294, and to attend the King at Salisbury 26 Jan 1296/97. Summoned to Parliament from 24 Jun 1295 to 27 Jan 1332/32, whereby he became Lord Furnivalle. On 13 Apr 1325, he had license to convey the manors of Sheffield, Worksop, Grassthorpe, Eyam, and Brassington to himself for life, with remainders to Thomas and William, his sons, in successive tail general, rem. to his own right heirs. His second wife, Elizabeth de Montagu, survived him.
CP: Vol V[580-582]; AR: Line 148A[28-32].
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