Harold de Sudeley

Harold de Sudeley

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From 'Dormant and Extinct Baronage' Banks Vol 1, 1807:

Harold, son to Ralph, Earl of Hereford, according to Dugdale (but according to others, base son of King Harold), at the time of the Conqueror's survey, possessed several lordships in England and had his chief seat at Sudley, in Gloucestershire. This Harold had two sons: John Lord of Sudeley, and Robert, who residing at Ewias, assumed his surname from thence. To this John (1) succeeded:

Ralph, his son and heir, who, by Emme his wife, daughter of William Beauchamp of Elmley, had issue Otwell, his son and heir, who died without issue, and Ralph, heir to his brother, who had issue Ralph, his son and heir, temp Henry III, father of Bartholomew, sheriff of Herefordshire, the 56th of that king, which Bartholomew died the 8th Edward I, leaving issue by Joane his wife (sister to William de Beachamp, first Earl of Warwick of that family), John, his son and heir.

Which John was often in the Scottish wars, and was summoned to parliament from the 28th Edward I, to the 14th Edward II, inclusive.. etc.

(1) This John is said to have had a son, William, who assumed the name of Tracy, from Grace his mother, daughter of ----- Tracy, baron of Barnstaple. Lodge's Irish Peerage, Vol III p2 (vid Tracy)
Biography
From 'Dormant and Extinct Baronage' Banks Vol 1, 1807:

Harold, son to Ralph, Earl of Hereford, according to Dugdale (but according to others, base son of King Harold), at the time of the Conqueror's survey, possessed several lordships in England and had his chief seat at Sudley, in Gloucestershire. This Harold had two sons: John Lord of Sudeley, and Robert, who residing at Ewias, assumed his surname from thence. To this John (1) succeeded:

Ralph, his son and heir, who, by Emme his wife, daughter of William Beauchamp of Elmley, had issue Otwell, his son and heir, who died without issue, and Ralph, heir to his brother, who had issue Ralph, his son and heir, temp Henry III, father of Bartholomew, sheriff of Herefordshire, the 56th of that king, which Bartholomew died the 8th Edward I, leaving issue by Joane his wife (sister to William de Beachamp, first Earl of Warwick of that family), John, his son and heir.

Which John was often in the Scottish wars, and was summoned to parliament from the 28th Edward I, to the 14th Edward II, inclusive.. etc.

(1) This John is said to have had a son, William, who assumed the name of Tracy, from Grace his mother, daughter of ----- Tracy, baron of Barnstaple. Lodge's Irish Peerage, Vol III p2 (vid Tracy)
Facts
    Ancestors
       
     
     
    Ralph de Maunt
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    Goda
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    Family Group Sheet - Child
    PARENT (M) Ralph de Maunt
    Birth
    Death21 DEC 1057
    Marriageto Goda
    FatherWalter de Maunt
    MotherGoda
    PARENT (F) Goda
    Birth
    Death
    Marriageto Ralph de Maunt
    Father?
    Mother?
    CHILDREN
    MHarold de Sudeley
    Birth
    Death
    Marriage1100to Maud
    Family Group Sheet - Spouse
    PARENT (M) Harold de Sudeley
    Birth
    Death
    Marriage1100to Maud
    FatherRalph de Maunt
    MotherGoda
    PARENT (F) Maud
    Birth
    Death
    Marriage1100to Harold de Sudeley
    Father?
    Mother?
    CHILDREN
    MJohn de Sudely
    Birth
    Death1165
    Marriage1140to Grace de Traci
    MRobert de Ewyas
    Birth
    Death
    Evidence
    [S21908] 'Burke's Peerage and Baronetage 8th Edition' 1846
    [S24903] Sudeley Castle chart, showing the owners.
    Descendancy Chart