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Oxford, Earl of (E, 1142 - 1703)

 

Creation: let.pat. Jul 1142

 

Extinct: 12 Mar 1702/3

 

Family name: de Vere

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Arms of John [de Vere], 14th Earl of Oxford, impaling those of his wife Lady Anne Howard.

The de Vere arms are quartered with those of Howard, Lord Plaiz, which he inherited through

his grandmother. Despite the arms being encircled by the Garter, the Earl was not a Knight of the Garter.

Stained glass - Fawsley Church, Northamptonshire

 

Arms:

Quarterly Gules and Or in the first quarter a Mullet Argent

Crest:

A Boar passant Azure bristled and hoofed Or

Supporters:

Dexter:  a Boar Azure bristled and hoofed Or;  Sinister:  a Harpy wings inverted Or faced proper

Motto:

 Vero Nihil Verius

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Aubrey [de Vere], 1st Earl of Oxford

1st son and heir of Aubrey de Vere II, the King's Chamberlain, by his wife Alice, sister of Gilbert [FitzGilbert or de Clare], 1st Earl of Pembroke, and dau. of Gilbert FitzRichard or de Clare, Lord of Clare, Tonbridge and Cardigan, by his wife Alice of Clermont, dau. of Hugh, Count of Clermont

born

c. 1110

mar. (1)

c. 1139 (dissolved c. 1146) Beatrice (b. after 1120; mar. (2) Baldwin, Lord of Andres; d. c. 1146), dau. of Henry, Constable of Bourbourg, by his first wife Sibyl/Rose, dau. and sole hrss. in her issue of Manasses, Count of Guisnes, by his wife Emma, dau. and cohrss. of William, Vicomte of Arques and Lord of Folkestone

mar. (2)

c. 1152 Eufeme de Cauntelo (dsp. 1153), dau. of William de Cauntelo

mar. (3)

c. 1162 Agnes de Essex (d. after 26 Dec 1194), dau. of Henry de Essex, Lord of Rayleigh and Haughley

children by third wife

1. Aubrey de Vere, later 2nd Earl of Oxford

2. Robert de Vere, later 3rd Earl of Oxford

3. William de Vere, Bishop of Hereford 1186-99 (d. 1199)

4. Henry de Vere

1. Lady Adeliza de Vere

2. Lady Sarah de Vere

died

26 Dec 1194

created

Jul 1142 Earl of Cambridge (changed to Oxford following an objection by the King of Scots who regarded Cambridge as an appanage of his own Earldom of Huntingdon)

suc. by

son by third wife

note

 

 

Aubrey [de Vere], 2nd Earl of Oxford

born

c. 1163

mar. (1)

Isabel de Bolebec (b. 1175; dsp. c. 1206), dau. and hrss. of Walter de Bolebec, Lord of Whitchurch

mar. (2)

Lady Alice Bigod (d. after Oct 1214), dau. of Roger [Bigod], 2nd Earl of Norfolk

died

s.p. legit. bef. Oct 1214

suc. by

brother

note

 

 

Robert [de Vere], 3rd Earl of Oxford

born

after 1164

mar.

Isabel de Nonant (widow of Henry de Nonant ; d. 3 Feb 1245), sister of Walter de Bolebec, Lord of Whitchurch, and dau. of Hugh de Bolebec and aunt and cohrss. of Isabel, Countess of Oxford

children

1. Hugh de Vere, later 4th Earl of Oxford

2. Sir Henry de Vere, of Great Addington, co. Northampton, mar., and had issue

1. Lady Eleanor de Vere, mar. as his first wife Ralph Gernon

died

bef. 25 Oct 1221

suc. by

son

note

 

 

Hugh [de Vere], 4th Earl of Oxford

born

c. 1210

mar.

after 11 Feb 1222/3 Lady Hawise de Quincy (d. after 1273), 1st dau. of Saher [de Quincy], 1st Earl of Winchester, by his wife Lady Margaret de Beaumont, sister and cohrss. of Robert [de Beaumont], 4th Earl of Leicester, and 2nd dau. of Robert [de Beaumont], 3rd Earl of Leicester

children

1. Robert de Vere, later 5th Earl of Oxford

2. Aubrey de Vere

3. Richard de Vere

1. Lady Margaret de Vere, mar. Hugh de Cressi

2. Lady Maud de Vere

3. Lady Isabel de Vere, mar. John de Courtenay, of Okehampton, co. Devon (d. 1273), 1st son and heir of Robert de Courtenay, of Okehampton, co. Devon, by his wife Lady Mary de Reviers, yst. dau. and sole hrss. in her issue of William [de Reviers], 5th Earl of Devon, and had issue

4. Lady Laura de Vere (d. 1292), mar. Reynold [d'Argentine], 1st Baron Argentine, and had issue

died

bef. 23 Dec 1263

suc. by

son

note

 

 

Robert [de Vere], 5th Earl of Oxford

born

c. 1240

mar.

Alice de Sanford (d. bef. 9 Sep 1312), dau. and hrss. of Gilbert de Sandford, Hereditary Chamberlain to the Queen for her Coronation, by his wife Lorette .....

children

1. Robert de Vere, later 6th Earl of Oxford

2. Hugh de Vere, later 1st Baron Vere

3. Sir Alfonso de Vere, of Great Hormead, co. Hertford (d. bef. 20 Dec 1328), mar. Jane Foliot, dau. of Sir Richard Foliot, and had issue:

1a. John de Vere, later 7th Earl of Oxford

4. Gilbert de Vere, clerk in Holy Orders (b. c. 1264 ; d. Sep 1289)

5. Philip de Vere, clerk in Holy Orders (b. c. 1266;d. 12...)

6. John de Vere

1. Lady Joane de Vere (d. on or before 23 Nov 1293), mar. Jun 1285 Sir William de Warrene (dvp. 15 Dec 1286), 1st son and heir ap. of John [de Warrene], 7th Earl of Surrey, and had issue

2. Lady Hawise de Vere (d. after 1297)

died

bef. 7 Sep 1296

suc. by

son

note

 

 

Robert [de Vere], 6th Earl of Oxford

born

c. 24 Jun 1257

mar.

Margaret de Mortimer (d. c. 1296), sister of Edmund [de Mortimer], 1st Baron Mortimer, and dau. of Roger de Mortimer, Lord of Wigmore, by his wife Maud de Braose, 1st dau. and cohrss. of William de Braose, Lord of Gower

children

1. Thomas de Vere (b. c. 1282; dsp. and vp. bef. 12 May 1329), mar. bef. 17 Jun 1315 Agnes Tibetot (widow of Payn Tibetot; d. bef. 1 Dec 1328), dau. of William [de Ros], 1st Baron Ros, by his wife Maud de Vaux, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of John de Vaux, son of Sir Oliver de Vaux

died

s.p.s. 17 Apr 1331

suc. by

nephew

note

 

 

John [de Vere], 7th Earl of Oxford

born

c. 12 Mar 1311/2

mar.

bef. 27 Mar 1336 Maud FitzPayn (b. c. 1294; widow of Robert FitzPayn, son and heir ap. by his first wife of Robert [FitzPayn], 2nd Baron FitzPayn; d. 24 May 1366), sister and cohrss. of Giles [de Badlesmere], 2nd Baron Badlesmere, and 2nd dau. of Bartholomew [de Badlesmere], 1st Baron Badlesmere, by his wife Margaret de Umfreville, widow of Gilbert de Umfreville, son and heir ap. of Gilbert [de Umfreville], 8th Earl of Angus, and only dau. of Sir Thomas de Clare, Lord of Inchiquin and Youghal (by his wife Julian FitzMaurice, 2nd dau. and eventual sole hrss. of Sir Maurice FitzMaurice, Lord Justice of Ireland), 2nd son by his second wife of Richard [de Clare], 5th Earl of Gloucester

children

1. Sir John de Vere (b. c. Dec 1335; dsp. and vp. bef. 23 Jun 1350), mar. Jul 1341 Lady Elizabeth de Courtenay (mar. (2) c. Jul 1359 Sir Andrew Luttrell, of Chilton, co. Devon; d. 7 Aug 1395), 2nd dau. of Hugh [de Courtenay], 2nd Earl of Devon, by his wife Lady Margaret de Bohun, 1st surv. dau. of Humphrey [de Bohun], 4th Earl of Hereford and 9th Earl of Essex, by his wife the Princess Elizabeth, dau. of Edward I, King of England

2. Thomas de Vere, later 8th Earl of Oxford

3. Sir Aubrey de Vere, later 10th Earl of Oxford

4. Robert de Vere

1. Lady Margaret de Vere, mar. (1) Sir Nicholas Lovain, (2) Henry [Beaumont], 3rd Baron Beaumont, and (3) Sir John Devereux, and had issue by her second husband

2. Laud Maude de Vere (d. 1359)

3. Lady Elizabeth de Vere (d. Aug or Sep 1375), mar. (1) 1341 Sir Hugh de Courtenay KG (b. 22 Mar 1326/7; dvp. bef. 2 Sep 1349), 1st son and heir ap. of Hugh [de Courtenay], 2nd Earl of Devon, (2) as his second wife John [de Mowbray], 3rd Baron Mowbray, and (3) bef. 18 Jan 1368/9 Sir William de Cosynton, son and heir of Stephen de Cosynton, of Cosynton in Aylesford, co. Kent, and had issue by her first husband

died

23 Jan 1359/60

suc. by

son

note

 

 

Thomas [de Vere], 8th Earl of Oxford

born

c. 1337

mar.

bef. 10 Jun 1350 Maud de Ufford (d. 25 Jan 1412/3), only dau. and hrss. of Sir Ralph de Ufford, Chief Justice of Ireland (brother of Robert [de Ufford], 1st Earl of Suffolk), by his first wife Lady Maud de Burgh (widow of William [de Burgh], 3rd Earl of Ulster), 2nd dau. by his first wife of Henry [Plantagenet], 3rd Earl of Lancaster

children

1. Robert de Vere, later 9th Earl of Oxford later 1st Marquess of Dublin later 1st Duke of Ireland

died

Sep 1371

suc. by

son

note

 

 

Robert [de Vere], 9th Earl of Oxford later 1st Marquess of Dublin later 1st Duke of Ireland, KG

born

16 Jan 1361/2

mar. (1)

bef. 5 Oct 1376 (div. 1387) Lady Philippa de Coucy (d. Oct 1411), 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Enguerrand [de Coucy], 1st Earl of Bedford, by his wife the Princess Isabel, dau. of Edward III, King of England

mar. (2)

Agnes Lancecrone (mar. declared null and void by Papal decree 1389)

died

s.p. 1392

created

1 Dec 1385 Marquess of Dublin for life, together with the territory and lordship of Ireland with semi-regal powers (revoked 13 Oct 1386)

13 Oct 1386 Duke of Ireland for life, together with a grant of Ireland with its adjacent islands and all other appurtenances

suc. by

uncle

note

 

 

Aubrey [de Vere], 10th Earl of Oxford

born

c. 1339

mar.

Alice Fitzwalter (d. 29 Apr 1401), dau. of John [Fitzwalter], 3rd Baron Fitzwalter, by his wife Eleanor de Percy, 2nd dau. of Henry [de Percy], 2nd Baron Percy

children

1. Richard de Vere, later 11th Earl of Oxford

2. John de Vere

1. Lady Alice de Vere, mar. (1) Guy d'Albon, (2) Sir John FitzLewis, and (3) Nicholas Thorley

died

23 Apr 1400

suc. by

son

note

 

 

Richard [de Vere], 11th Earl of Oxford, KG

born

c. 1385

mar. (1)

bef. 1400 Lady ..... de Holand (dsp. young), probably dau. of John [de Holand], 1st Duke of Exeter, by his wife Lady Elizabeth Plantagenet, sister of Henry IV, King of England, and 2nd dau. by his first wife of John "of Gaunt", 1st Duke of Lancaster

mar. (2)

1406 Alice de St Aubyn (widow of Guy de St Aubyn; mar. (3) bef. 13 Oct 1421 Sir Nicholas Thorley; d. 18 May 1452), sister and cohrss. of Richard Sergeaux, and 3rd dau. of Sir Richard Sergeaux, by his wife Philippa de Arundel, dau. and cohrss. of Sir Edmund de Arundel

children by second wife

1. Sir John de Vere, later 12th Earl of Oxford

2. Sir Robert de Vere, mar. Jean Carew (widow of Sir Nicholas Carew), only dau. of Sir Hugh Courtenay, of Haccombe, co. Devon, by his second wife Philippa l'Arcedekne, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Sir Warren l'Arcedekne, of Haccombe, co. Devon, and had issue:

1a. John de Vere, mar. Alice Courtenay (widow of Sir Walter Courtenay), dau. and cohrss. of Walter Colbroke, and had issue:

1b. Sir John de Vere, later 15th Earl of Oxford

died

15 Feb 1416/7

suc. by

son by second wife

note

 

 

John [de Vere], 12th Earl of Oxford

born

23 Apr 1408

mar.

betw. 22 May and 31 Aug 1425 Elizabeth Howard, suo jure Baroness Plaiz (b. c. 1410; d. after Dec 1475), only dau. and hrss. of John [Howard], 7th Baron Plaiz (by his wife Joan Walton, sister and hrss. of Sir Richard Walton, of Wyvenhoe, co. Essex, and dau. of John Walton, of Wyvenhoe, co. Essex), son and heir ap. of Sir John Howard, of Wiggenhall, co. Norfolk, by his first wife Margaret Plaiz, suo jure Baroness Plaiz, dau. and hrss. by his second wife of John [de Plaiz], 5th Baron Plaiz

children

1. Sir Aubrey de Vere, arrested, tried and condemned with his father, being executed 6 days before him (dsp. 20 Feb 1461/2), mar. c. Apr 1460 Lady Anne Stafford (mar. (2) Sir Thomas de Cobham, de jure 5th Baron Cobham of Sterborough, 2nd son of Sir Reginald de Cobham, de jure 3rd Baron Cobham of Sterborough (by his first wife Eleanor Colepeper, dau. of Sir Thomas Colepeper, of Ryal), 2nd but 1st surv. son and heir by his second wife of Reynold [de Cobham], 2nd Baron Cobham of Sterborough; d. c. 14 Apr 1472), 1st dau. of Humphrey [Stafford], 1st Duke of Buckingham, by his wife Lady Anne Neville, 3rd dau. by his second wife of Ralph [Neville], 1st Earl of Westmorland

2. John de Vere, later 13th Earl of Oxford

3. Sir George de Vere, Chief Steward of St Osyth's Priory (d. after 21 Aug 1500), mar. Margaret Stafford, dau. and hrss. of Sir William Stafford, of Bishop's Frome, co. Hereford, and had issue:

1a. George de Vere (dvp. 1498)

2a. John de Vere, later 14th Earl of Oxford

1a. Lady Dorothy de Vere (d. 7 Feb 1526/7), mar. as his first wife John [Nevill], 3rd Baron Latymer, and had issue

2a. Lady Elizabeth de Vere, mar. Sir Anthony Wingfield KG, of Letheringham, co. Suffolk (d. before 18 Nov 1553), 1st son and heir of Sir John Wingfield, of Letheringham, co. Suffolk, Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, by his wife Anne Touchet, only dau. of John [Touchet], 6th Baron Audley of Heleigh, and had issue

3a. Lady Ursula de Vere (b. after 21 Aug 1500; dsp. betw. 10 Aug and 29 Nov 1560), mar. (1) George Windsor (dsp. and vp. bef. Nov 1520), 1st son and heir ap. of Andrew [Windsor], 1st Baron Windsor, and (2) after 16 Nov 1520 Sir Edmund Knightley, of Fawsley, co. Northampton

4. Sir Richard de Vere, mar. Margaret Grey (widow of Henry [Grey], 3rd Baron Grey of Codnor), 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Sir Henry Percy, of Atholl, by his wife Elizabeth Braose, dau. of Sir William Braose, of Gower

5. Sir Thomas de Vere (dsp. 1489)

1. Lady Mary de Vere, a nun at Barking Abbey

2. Lady Joane de Vere, mar. as his second wife Sir William Norris, of Yatenden, co. Berkshire, and had issue

died

26 Feb 1461/2

suc. by

son

note

 

 

John [de Vere], 13th Earl of Oxford, KG PC

born

8 Sep 1442

mar. (1)

Lady Margaret Neville (d. after 20 Nov 1506), sister of Richard [Neville], 6th Earl of Salisbury and 1st Earl of Warwick (the "Kingmaker"), and 6th dau. of Richard [Neville], jure uxoris 5th Earl of Salisbury, by his wife Lady Alice Montacute, suo jure Countess of Salisbury, only dau. by his first wife of Thomas [Montacute], 4th Earl of Salisbury

mar. (2)

between 28 Nov 1508 and 10 Apr 1509 Elizabeth Beaumont (widow of William [Beaumont], 2nd Viscount Beaumont; d. 26 Jun 1537; bur. at Wivenhoe, co. Essex), dau. and cohrss. of Sir Richard Scrope (by his wife Eleanor Washbourne, dau. of Norman Washbourne), 2nd son of Henry [Scrope], 4th Baron Scrope of Bolton

died

s.p. 10 Mar 1512/3

suc. by

nephew

note

 

John [de Vere], 14th Earl of Oxford

born

14 Aug 1499

mar.

Lady Anne Howard (d. before 22 Feb 1588/9), 3rd dau. of Thomas [Howard], 2nd Duke of Norfolk, by his second wife Agnes Tilney, sister and hrss. of Sir Philip Tilney, and dau. of Hugh Tilney, of Skirbeck and Boston, co. Lincoln

died

s.p. 14 Jul 1526

suc. by

second cousin

note

on his death the office of Lord Great Chamberlain reverted to the Crown and the Barony of Plaiz fell into abeyance between his two surviving sisters and coheirs and the son and heir of his elder sister (see also Bolebec, Sandford and Badlesmere)

 

John [de Vere], 15th Earl of Oxford, KG PC

born

 

mar. (1)

c. 1494 Christian Foderingey (b. c. 1481; dsp. bef. 4 Nov 1498), 3rd dau. and cohrss. of Thomas Foderingey, of Brockley, co. Suffolk, by his wife Elizabeth Doreward, sister and in her issue hrss. of John Doreward, and dau. of William Doreward, of Bocking, co. Essex

mar. (2)

betw. 29 Apr 1507 and 4 Jul 1509 Elizabeth Trussell (b. 1496; d. bef. Jul 1527), sister and hrss. of John Trussell, of Kibblestone, co. Stafford, and dau. of Sir Edward Trussell, of Kibblestone, co. Stafford, by his wife Margaret Dun, dau. of Sir John Dun

children by second wife

1. Hon John de Vere, later 16th Earl of Oxford

2. Hon Aubrey de Vere, mar. Margaret Spring, dau. of John Spring, of Lavenham, co. Suffolk, and had issue:

1a. Hugh de Vere, mar. Elizabeth Walsh, and had issue:

1b. Robert de Vere, later 19th Earl of Oxford

1b. Susan de Vere (bur. 24 Apr 1580)

2b. Margery de Vere (bur. 31 Jul 1583)

3. Hon Robert de Vere

4. Hon Geoffrey de Vere, of Crepping Hall, Wakes Colne, co. Essex, mar. Elizabeth Hardkyn, dau. of Sir John Hardkyn, of Colchester, co. Essex, and had issue:

1a. John de Vere, of Kisby Hall, co. Essex, mar. Thomasine Pater, and had issue

2a. Sir Francis de Vere, Governor of Brill (dsps. 28 Aug 1609)

3a. Geoffrey de Vere (d. unm.)

4a. Horatio de Vere, later 1st Baron Vere of Tilbury

1a. Frances de Vere, mar. Sir Robert Harcourt, and had issue

1. Lady Elizabeth de Vere (bur. at St Osyth's Priory, co. Essex), mar. Thomas [Darcy], 1st Baron Darcy of Chiche, and had issue

2. Lady Frances de Vere (d. 30 Jun 1577), mar. 1532 Lord Henry Howard KG, styled Earl of Surrey (b. c. 1517;  exec. v.p. 19 Jan 1546/7), 1st son and heir ap. of Thomas [Howard], 3rd Duke of Norfolk, by his second wife Lady Elizabeth Stafford, 1st dau. of Edward [Stafford], 3rd Duke of Buckingham, and had issue

3. Lady Anne de Vere (bur. 14 Feb 1571/2), mar. (1) bef. 31 Jan 1537/8 Edmund [Sheffield], 1st Baron Sheffield, and (2) as his first wife John Brock, of Colchester, co. Essex, and had issue by her first husband

died

21 Mar 1539/40

suc. by

son by second wife

note

 

 

John [de Vere], 16th Earl of Oxford, PC

born

c. 1516

mar. (1)

3 Jul 1536 Lady Dorothy Neville (dspm. between 17 Dec 1545 and 27 Jun 1547), 2nd dau. of Ralph [Neville], 4th Earl of Westmorland, by his wife Lady Catherine Stafford, 2nd dau. of Edward [Stafford], 3rd Duke of Buckingham

only child by first wife

1. Lady Katherine de Vere (b. c. 1540; d. 17 Jan 1599/1600), mar. between 1553 and 1558 Edward [Windsor], 3rd Baron Windsor, and had issue

mar. (2)

1 Aug 1548 Margery Golding (mar. (2) Charles Tyrell, a Gentleman Pensioner, 6th son of Sir Thomas Tyrell, of Heron in East Horndon, co. Essex, by his wife Hon Constance Blount, 2nd dau. of John [Blount], 3rd Baron Mountjoy; d. 2 Dec 1568), dau. of John Golding, of Belchamp St Paul, co. Essex, by his first wife Elizabeth Hamond, widow of Reynold Hamond and dau. of Thomas Towe

children by second wife

1. Hon Edward de Vere, later 17th Earl of Oxford

2. Lady Mary de Vere (d. 24 Jun 1624), mar. (1) between Dec 1577 and 12 Mar 1577/8 Peregrine [Bertie], 13th Baron Willoughby de Eresby, and (2) bef. 2 Jun 1605 as his first wife Sir Eustace Hart, of London (d. 18 Sep 1634), and had issue by her first husband

died

3 Aug 1562

suc. by

son by second wife

note

 

 

Edward [de Vere], 17th Earl of Oxford, PC

born

12 Apr 1550

mar. (1)

19 Dec 1571 Hon Anne Cecil (b. 5 Dec 1556; dspms. 5 Jun 1588), sister of Robert [Cecil], 1st Earl of Salisbury, and 1st dau. of William [Cecil], 1st Baron Burghley, by his second wife Mildred Cooke, dau. of Sir Anthony Cooke, of Gidea Hall, Romford, co. Essex

children by first wife

1. Hon ..... de Vere, styled Lord Bolebec (b. 1583 ; dvp. May 1583)

1. Lady Elizabeth de Vere (b. 2 Jul 1575; d. 10 Mar 1626/7), mar. 26 Jun 1594 William [Stanley], 6th Earl of Derby, and had issue

2. Lady Bridget de Vere (b. 6 Apr 1584; d. betw. Dec 1630 and May 1631), mar. 28 Apr 1599 Francis [Norris], 1st Earl of Berkshire, and had issue

3. Lady Susan de Vere (b. 26 May 1587; bur. 1 Feb 1628/9), mar. 27 Dec 1604 as his first wife Philip [Herbert], 1st Earl of Montgomery later 4th Earl of Pembroke, and had issue

mar. (2)

after 4 Jul 1591 Elizabeth Trentham, a Maid of Honour to Queen Elizabeth I (bur. 3 Jan 1612/3 in St John's Church, Hackney, co. Middlesex), 1st dau. of Thomas Trentham, of Rocester Priory, co. Stafford, by his wife Jane Sneyd, dau. of Sir William Sneyd, of Bradwell, co. Stafford

children by second wife

2. Hon Henry de Vere, later 18th Earl of Oxford

died

24 Jun 1604 (bur. in St John's Church, Hackney, co. Middlesex)

suc. by

son by second wife

note

 

 

Henry [de Vere], 18th Earl of Oxford

born

24 Feb 1593

mar.

1 Jan 1623/4 Lady Diana Cecil (mar. (2) 12 Nov 1629 as his second wife Thomas [Bruce], 1st Earl of Elgin; d. 27 Apr 1654), 2nd dau. and cohrss. of William [Cecil], 2nd Earl of Exeter, by his second wife Elizabeth Drury, dau. of Sir William Drury, of Hawsted, co. Suffolk

died

s.p. betw. 2 and 9 Jun 1625

suc. by

second cousin

note

 

 

Robert [de Vere], 19th Earl of Oxford

born

after 23 Aug 1575

mar.

before 1626 Beatrice van Hemmema (d. c. 1655), dau. of Sjierck van Hemmema, of Berlikum, Friesland, by his wife Lijsbeth Jarges, of Groningen

only child

1. Hon Aubrey de Vere, later 20th Earl of Oxford

died

7 Aug 1632

suc. by

son

note

 

 

Aubrey [de Vere], 20th Earl of Oxford, KG PC

born

28 Feb 1626/7

mar. (1)

18 Jun 1647 Hon Anne Bayning (b. 1 May 1637; dsp. 14 Sep 1659), 1st dau. and cohrss. of Paul [Bayning], 2nd Viscount Bayning, by his wife Penelope Naunton, only dau. and hrss. of Sir Robert Naunton, Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries and Secretary of State to King James I

mar. (2)

before 12 Apr 1673 Diana Kirke (d. 7 Apr 1719), dau. of George Kirke, Groom of the Bedchamber, by his second wife Mary Townshend, dau. of Aurelian Townshend

children by second wife

1. Hon Charles de Vere (dvp. an infant)

1. Lady Charlotte de Vere (d. an infant Oct 1674)

2. Lady Diana de Vere (d. 15 Jan 1741/2), 1st Lady of the Bedchamber and Lady of the Stole to Caroline, Princess of Wales, mar. 13 Apr 1694 Charles [Beauclerk], 1st Duke of St Albans, and had issue

3. Lady Mary de Vere (d. 1 Aug 1725)

4. Lady Henrietta de Vere (d. 22 Sep 1730)

died

s.p.m.s. 12 Mar 1702/3

note

 

 

On the death of the 20th Earl of Oxford the Earldom of Oxford became extinct

 

 First written 20 Jan 2004

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