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  • Name FITZ ROY, Henry 
    Prefix Sir 
    Birth 1190  Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
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    Death 30 Jun 1252 
    Burial Jul 1252 
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    Person ID I52298  Joseph Smith Sr and Lucy Mack Smith
    Last Modified 19 Aug 2021 

    Father LACKLAND, King John I ,   b. 24 Dec 1166, Beaumont Palace, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this locationBeaumont Palace, Oxford, Oxfordshire, Englandd. 19 Oct 1216, Newark Castle, Newark-On-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 49 years) 
    Mother WARRENE ,   b. 1166, England Find all individuals with events at this locationEngland 
    Family ID F15122  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family WHITCHURCH, Eve de ,   b. Abt 1190, Clifford, Herefordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this locationClifford, Herefordshire, Englandd. 1255, Devon, England Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 65 years) 
    Marriage 8 Apr 1245 
    Family ID F25941  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 24 Jan 2022 

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    • Revised Listing of Bastard Children of King John of England - iii. Henry Fitz Roy (son of a King) , Knt., of Waltham, Ashby, Brigsley, Gonerby (in Hatcliffe), Hawerby, and North Coates, County Lincoln and Chilham, Kent He was sent as a student to the Prior of Kenilworth in 1207. In 1215 he was granted the lands of Robert Fitz Walter in Cornwall. In 1217 he and Ralph de Raleigh were granted the manor of Waltham, Co. Lincoln formerly held by Alan Fitz Count to sustain them in royal service. In 1231 he was granted all the land of Henry de Avaugor, a Norman, in Waltham, Co. Lincoln. He married before 1236 Eve De Blanchminster (or Whit Church), widow of William de Champernoun (living 1230), of Umberleigh (in Atherington) and High Bickington, Devon, and daughter and heiress of Reynold de Blanchminster (or Whitchurch) (living 1248), of Shrivenham and Winterbourne (in Chieveley), Co. Berks, and Bolney, Co. Oxford, by his 1st wife, Alice, daughter and co-heiress of Nicholas de Bolney. They had no issue. Sir Henry Fitz Roy died shortly before 8 Apr. 1245. His widow, Eve, married (3rd) before 30 Jun 1252 Giles de Clifford (living 1276). C.Ch.R. 1 (1895): 137 (styled "Henry, the king's brother"). J. L. Vivian, Visitations of the County of Devon (1895), pp. 160. C.P.R., 1216-1225 (1901), pp. 128,574 ("Henricus filius regis"). C.C.R., 1227-1231 (1902), pg. 51. C.P.R., 1225-1232 (1903), pp. 311 ("Henricus frater regis"), 357, 441. C.C.R., 1234-1237 (1908), pg. 219 ("Henrico fratri regis"). Book of Fees 1 (1920): 362 ("Henricus frater regis"), 617 (Henricus filius regis"); 2 (1923): 660,675,1021 (instances of Henricus filius Regis"). C.P.R. 1232-1247 (1906), pp. 20,296,450. C.C.R., 1237-1242 (1911), pg. 511 ("Henricum Filium regis"). VCH Berkshire 3 (19??): 424;4 (1924): 63,513,533. C.C.R., 1251-1253 (1927), pg. 116. S. Painter, Reign of King John (1,949), pp. 232-233. C.P. 12 Pt. 2 (1959): 645 (sub Wilington). Curia Regis Rolls 13 (1959): 138,215,283 ("Henricus Filius Regis John), 290,364-365, 371,514,542; 15 (1972): 83,449 (styled "Henricum filium le Rey"). R. A. Brown, Memoranda Roll for the Tenth Year of the Reign of King John (1207-8) (Pipe Roll Soc., n.s., vol 31) (1957), pg. 137 (Henry called "our son" ([ilio nostro] by King John). NEHGR 119 (1965): 94-102. B.R. Kemp. Reading Abbey Cartularies 1 (Camden, 4th ser., vol. 31) (1986): 375 S.D. Church, Household Knights of King John (1999), pg. 127.