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Bardolf, Baron (E, 1299 - forfeited 1406)

 

Creation: writ sum. 6 Feb 1298/9

 

Forfeited: 4 Dec 1406

 

Family name: Bardolf

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Arms:

Azure three Cinquefoils Or

Crest:

Out of a Ducal Coronet Or a Dragon's Head also Gold with Wings expanded Gules

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Hugh [Bardolf], 1st Baron Bardolf

son and heir of William Bardolf, of Wormegay, co. Norfolk, and Shelford, co. Nottingham, by his wife Julian de Gournay, dau. and hrss. of Hugh de Gournay, of Mapledurham, co. Oxford

born

c. 29 Sep 1259

mar.

bef. 1282 Isabel Aguillon (b. 25 Mar 1257/8;  d. bef. 28 May 1323), dau. and hrss. of Sir Robert Aguillon, of Addington, co. Surrey, and Watton-at-Stone, co. Hertford, by his first wife Lady Joan de Ferrers, 5th dau. of William [de Ferrers], 5th Earl of Derby, by his first wife, of whom she was a cohrss., Lady Sibyl Marshall, sister and in her issue cohrss. of Anselm [Marshal], 9th Earl of Pembroke, and 4th dau. of William [Marshal], jure uxoris Earl of Pembroke, by his wife Lady Isabel de Clare, suo jure Countess of Pembroke, sister and hrss. of Gilbert [de Clare], 3rd Earl of Pembroke, and only dau. of Richard [de Clare], 2nd Earl of Pembroke, called "Strongbow"

children

1. Thomas Bardolf, later 2nd Baron Bardolf

2. William Bardolf

died

Sep 1304

created

by writ 6 Feb 1298/9 Baron Bardolf

suc. by

son

note

had seizin of his mother's lands 1295;  took an active part in the French and Scottish wars and was a retainer of Henry [de Lacy], Earl of Lincoln, at the Siege of Caerlaverock;  knighted

 

Thomas [Bardolf], 2nd Baron Bardolf

born

4 Oct 1282

mar.

Agnes de Grandson (d. 11 Dec 1357), dau. of William de Grandson, Seigneur de Grandson, by his wife Blanche of Savoy, dau. of Louis of Savoy, Baron de Vaud

children

1. John Bardolf, later 3rd Baron Bardolf

1. Cicely Bardolf (d. 23 Nov 1386; bur. with her husband in the Austin Friars' church in Norwich), mar. bef. 6 Mar 1344/5 William [de Morley], 3rd Baron Morley, and had issue

2. Margaret Bardolf (d. before 1334; bur. in the Lady Chapel at Greenfield Priory, co. Lincoln), mar. bef. 1334 Adam [de Welles], 3rd Baron Welles, and had issue

died

15 Dec 1329 (bur. at Shelford Priory, co. Nottingham)

suc. by

son

note

knighted 1306

 

John [Bardolf], 3rd Baron Bardolf

born

13 Jan 1313/4

mar.

bef. 25 Dec 1327 Elizabeth Damory, suo jure Baroness Damory, only dau. and hrss. of Roger [Damory], 1st Baron Damory, by his wife Lady Elizabeth de Clare, 3rd dau. of Gilbert [de Clare], 6th Earl of Gloucester, by his second wife Princess Joan "of Acre", 2nd surv. dau. of King Edward I by his first wife Eleanor of Castile, dau. of Ferdinand III, King of Castile

children

1. William Bardolf, later 4th Baron Bardolf and 3rd Baron Damory

died

29 Jul 1363

suc. by

son

note

had seizin of his lands 1335;  served in Scotland, Germany and Brittany;  made a knight banneret 1345

 

William [Bardolf], 4th Baron Bardolf and 3rd Baron Damory

born

21 Oct 1349

mar.

Agnes de Poynings (mar. (2) after 10 Apr 1386 Sir Thomas Mortimer;  d. 12 Jun 1403;  bur. in Trinity Priory, Aldgate, London), dau. of Michael [de Poynings], 1st Baron Poynings, by his wife Joan Moleyns, former wife of Sir John de Moleyns and dau. of Sir Richard Rokesley

children

1. Thomas Bardolf, later 5th Baron Bardolf and 4th Baron Damory

1. Elizabeth Bardolf, mar. Sir Henry Percy, of Atholl, son of Sir Thomas Percy, of Atholl (by his wife Lady Elizabeth de Strabolgi, 1st dau. and cohrss. of David [de Strabolgi], 12th Earl of Atholl), 2nd son by his first wife of Henry [de Percy], 1st Earl of Northumberland, and had issue

died

29 Jan 1385/6 (bur. in the Carmelite Priory, King's Lynn, co. Norfolk)

suc. by

son

note

served in the wars in France and Ireland; suc. his mother as 3rd Baron Damory c. 1360

 

Thomas [Bardolf], 5th Baron Bardolf and 4th Baron Damory

born

22 Dec 1369

mar.

bef. 8 Jul 1382 Amice de Cromwell (d. 1 Jul 1421), 1st dau. of Ralph [de Cromwell], 1st Baron Cromwell, by his wife Maud Bernack, sister and hrss. of William Bernack, of Tattershall, co. Lincoln, and dau. of Sir John Bernack. of Tattershall, co. Lincoln, by his wife Joan de Marmion, sister and cohrss. of Robert [de Marmion], 3rd Baron Marmion, and 2nd dau. of John [de Marmion], 2nd Baron Marmion

children

1. Anne Bardolf (b. 24 Jun 1389; dsp. 6 Nov 1453), mar. (1) Sir William de Clifford, Governor of Berwick Castle (dsp. 1419), 2nd son of Roger [de Clifford], 5th Baron Clifford, and (2) c. 1427 as his second wife Sir Reynold de Cobham, de jure 3rd Baron Cobham of Sterborough, of Sterborough Castle, in Lingfield, co. Surrey (b. 1381; d. 1446), 2nd but 1st surv. son and heir of Reynold [de Cobham], 2nd Baron Cobham of Sterborough, by his second wife Eleanor FitzAlan or Arundel, suo jure Baroness Maltravers, widow of John [Fitzalan or Arundel], 1st Baron Arundel, and 2nd dau. and eventual sole hrss. of Sir John Maltravers (by his wife Gwenthlian .....), 1st son and heir ap. by his first wife of John [Maltravers], 1st Baron Maltravers

2. Joan Bardolf (b. 11 Nov 1390; dspm. 12 Mar 1446/7; bur. at Dennington, co. Suffolk), mar. bef. 1407 Sir William Phelip KG, of Dennington, co. Suffolk, and Erpingham, co. Norfolk, Captain of Harfleur 1421-22, Treasurer of the Household to King Henry V, Privy Councillor and Chamberlain to King Henry VI (b. 1383; dspm. 6 Jun 1441; bur. at Dennington, co. Suffolk), son and heir of Sir William Phelip, of Dennington, co. Suffolk, by his wife Julian Erpingham, dau. and in her issue hrss. of Sir Robert Erpingham, of Erpingham, co. Norfolk, and had issue

died

s.p.m. 19 Feb 1407/8

note

joined Henry [de Percy], Earl of Northumberland, Thomas [de Mowbray], Earl of Nottingham, and Richard Scrope, Archbishop of York, in rebellion 1405 ; fled to Scotland and declared a traitor 4 Dec 1406, when the Baronies of Bardolf and Damory became forfeited;  returned to England and defeated at the Battle of Bramham Moor 1407/8;  he died from his wounds and his body was quartered and his head placed over one of the gates of Lincoln

 

 First written 25 Jun 2010

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