Section ADM: Descendants of Hugh de Mortimer

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Generation One

1. HUGH1 DE MORTIMER of Wigmore, Herefordshire, England, United Kingdom was born between 1047/8 and 1094, and died about 1148[2]. [5, 2]
Children:
+2i.HUGH2 DE MORTIMER of Wigmore, b. in 1108[5]; d. in 1180[4]; m. (C-8) MAUD MATILDA DE MESCHINES of Harringworth, Northumberland, England, b. between 1126 and 1144, daughter of (C-5) William and (AJG-2) Cecily (de RUMILLY) DE MESCHINES.
+3ii.HAWISE LE MORTIMER, b. about 1100; d. in 1189[2]; m. (APF-14) COUNT STEPHEN OF AUMALE, b. about 1070[2], d. in 1127[2], son of (APF-9) Count Eudes and (Q-28) Adelaide (of NORMANDY), Countess of Aumale (OF PONTHIEU) (OF BOULOGNE).


Generation Two

2. HUGH2 DE MORTIMER (Hugh1) of Wigmore, son of (1) Hugh1 DE MORTIMER, was born in 1108[5], and died about 1180[4]. He married (C-8) MAUD MATILDA DE MESCHINES of Harringworth, daughter of (C-5) William and (AJG-2) Cecily (de RUMILLY) DE MESCHINES, who was born between 1126 and 1144. [19, 50, 4, 5]
Child:
+4i.ROGER3 DE MORTIMER, BARON OF WIGMORE of Wigmore, b. in 1158[6]; d. before 19 Aug. 1214[6] in Wigmore[19]; m. (1) (PT-12) ISABEL DE FERRERS, d. before 29 April 1252[2], daughter of (PT-10) Walkelin and Alice (de LECHE) DE FERRERS; m. (2) (PT-9) MILLICENT DE FERRERS of Derby, Derbyshire, England, b. about 1170, daughter of (PT-5) Robert, Earl of Derby and (Q-75) Margaret (PEVERIL), Countess of Derby.
3. HAWISE2 LE MORTIMER (Hugh de MORTIMER1), daughter of (1) Hugh1 DE MORTIMER, was born between 1078 and 1113, and died in 1189[2]. She married (APF-14) COUNT STEPHEN OF AUMALE, son of (APF-9) Count Eudes and (Q-28) Adelaide (of NORMANDY), Countess of Aumale (OF PONTHIEU) (OF BOULOGNE), who was born about 1070[2], and died in 1127[2]. [2]
Child: See (APF-14) Count Stephen of AUMALE


Generation Three

4. ROGER3 DE MORTIMER, BARON OF WIGMORE (Hugh2, Hugh1) of Wigmore, son of (2) Hugh2 and (C-8) Maud Matilda (de MESCHINES) (DE BELMEIS) DE MORTIMER, was born in 1158[6], and died between 1 Jan. 1172 and 19 Aug. 1214[6] in Wigmore[19]. He married (1st) (PT-12) ISABEL DE FERRERS, daughter of (PT-10) Walkelin and Alice (de LECHE) DE FERRERS, who died before 29 April 1252[2]. He married (2nd) (PT-9) MILLICENT DE FERRERS of Derby, daughter of (PT-5) Robert, Earl of Derby and (Q-75) Margaret (PEVERIL), Countess of Derby, who was born about 1170. [19, 50, 6, 38]
Child of: Roger3 de MORTIMER, Baron of Wigmore and Isabel de FERRERS:
+5i.RALPH4 DE MORTIMER, BARON OF WIGMORE of Wigmore, b. about 1208; d. on 6 Aug. 1246[38]; m. in 1230[38, 19] (WA-13) GLADYS DHU, d. in 1251, daughter of (WA-5) Llewelyn ap, Prince of North Wales and (RL-24) Princess Joan (of WALES).

Child of: Roger3 de MORTIMER, Baron of Wigmore and Millicent de FERRERS:
+6i.JOANE4 DE MORTIMER of Elmley, Worcestershire, England, b. about 1194; d. in 1268; m. in 1212 of Elmley (EB-8) WALCHELINE DE BEAUCHAMP of Elmley, b. about 1194, d. on 14 April 1236, son of (EB-6) William and (AMH-2) Joane (de ST. VALERIE) DE BEAUCHAMP.


Generation Four

5. RALPH4 DE MORTIMER, BARON OF WIGMORE (Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1) of Wigmore, son of (4) Roger3, Baron of Wigmore and (PT-12) Isabel (de FERRERS), was born between 1207 and 1221/2, died on 6 Aug. 1246[38] and was buried in Wigmore[38]. He married in 1230[38, 19], (WA-13) GLADYS DHU, daughter of (WA-5) Llewelyn ap, Prince of North Wales and (RL-24) Princess Joan (of WALES), who died in 1251. [7, 38, 19]
Child:
+7i.BARON ROGER5 DE MORTIMER, b. about 1231 in Cwmaron Castle, Rdnrsh, Wales, United Kingdom; d. before 10 Oct. 1282 in Kingsland, Herefordshire; m. in 1247 (GO-9) MAUD DE BRAIOSE, b. in Bramber Castle, (or Arundel), England about 1230, d. before 20 March 1301, daughter of (GO-8) Baron William V and (ABA-4) Eve (MARSHALL).
6. JOANE4 DE MORTIMER (Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1) of Elmley, daughter of (4) Roger3, Baron of Wigmore and (PT-9) Millicent (de FERRERS), was born about 1194, and died in 1268. She married of Elmley, in 1212, (EB-8) WALCHELINE DE BEAUCHAMP of Elmley, son of (EB-6) William and (AMH-2) Joane (de ST. VALERIE) DE BEAUCHAMP, who was born about 1194, and died on 14 April 1236. [16, 50]
Child: See (EB-8) Walcheline de BEAUCHAMP


Generation Five

7. BARON ROGER5 DE MORTIMER (Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1), son of (5) Ralph4, Baron of Wigmore and (WA-13) Gladys (DHU), was born about 1231 in Cwmaron Castle, was christened in 1282, and died between 1235 and 10 Oct. 1282 in Kingsland. He married in 1247, (GO-9) MAUD DE BRAIOSE, daughter of (GO-8) Baron William V and (ABA-4) Eve (MARSHALL), who was born about 1230 in Bramber Castle, and died before 20 March 1301. [10, 18, 22, 39]
6th Baron Mortimer of Wigmore[2]This individual has alternate parents in the database:
(AK-8) Ralph and (AK-10) Gwladys "Ddu" Verch (LLEWELYN), [princess Of Nor (DE MORTIMER) DE MORTIMER

Children:
+8i.SIR EDMUND6 DE MORTIMER, b. in 1261[17] in Wigmore; d. on 17 July 1304 in Wigmore; m. (2) about 1285 (PW-8) MARGARET DE FIENNES, b. in Wigmore between 1262 and 1270, d. on 7 Feb. 1333/4, daughter of (PW-6) Sir William and (GW-8) Blanche (de BRIENNE), Lady of Loupeland.
+9ii.ISABELLA MORTIMER, b. about 1248[2]; d. about 1300[1, 2]; m. (QA-3) JOHN IV FITZ ALAN, EARL OF ARUNDEL of Arundel, Sussex, England, b. on 14 Sept. 1246, d. on 18 March 1271/2, son of (QA-2) John III, Earl of Arundel and (GB-2) Maud (le BOTELER).


Generation Six

8. SIR EDMUND6 DE MORTIMER (Roger5, Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1), son of (7) Baron Roger5 and (GO-9) Maud (de BRAIOSE), was born in 1261[17] in Wigmore, was christened in 1304, died on 17 July 1304 in Wigmore and was buried in Wigmore. He married about 1285, (PW-8) MARGARET DE FIENNES, daughter of (PW-6) Sir William and (GW-8) Blanche (de BRIENNE), Lady of Loupeland, who was born between 1262 and 1270 in Wigmore, and died on 7 Feb. 1333/4. [15, 17, 30, 47, 27, 23, 40, 50]
7th Baron Mortimer of Wigmore
Child of: Sir Edmund6 de MORTIMER:
+10i.ISOLDE7 DE MORTIMER of Wigmore, b. about 1265; d. after 1336[29]; m. (CI-4) BARON HUGH DE AUDLEY of Audley, England, b. about 1267[29], d. about 1325[29], son of (CI-2) Sir James and (RL-39) Ela (LONGESPEE).

Children of: Sir Edmund6 de MORTIMER and Margaret de FIENNES:
+11i.ROGER7 DE MORTIMER, 1ST EARL OF MARCH, b. on 3 May 1287 in Thornbury, Herefordshire; d. on 29 Nov. 1330[43] in Tyburn Elms, England[43]; m. on 20 Sept. 1301[42] in Pembridge, Herefordshire[42] (WY-5) JOAN DE GENEVILLE, b. on 2 Feb. 1285/6[49], d. on 19 Oct. 1356[43], daughter of (WY-4) Sir Piers and (AAD-22) Jeanne (de LUSIGNAN).
+12ii.MAUD DE MORTIMER, b. about 1280; d. in 1312[2]; m. on 29 July 1302[2] in Wigmore[2] (GB-5) SIR THEOBALD DE VERDUN, b. about 1280[28], d. on 27 July 1316[2], son of (GB-4) Theobald and Margery (_____) DE VERDUN.
9. ISABELLA6 MORTIMER (Roger5, Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1), daughter of (7) Baron Roger5 and (GO-9) Maud (de BRAIOSE), was born about 1248[2], and died between 1290 and 1310[1, 2]. She married (QA-3) JOHN IV FITZ ALAN, EARL OF ARUNDEL of Arundel, son of (QA-2) John III, Earl of Arundel and (GB-2) Maud (le BOTELER), who was born on 14 Sept. 1246, and died on 18 March 1271/2. [11, 20, 37, 25, 2, 1]
Children: See (QA-3) John IV FITZ ALAN, Earl of Arundel


Generation Seven

10. ISOLDE7 DE MORTIMER (Edmund6, Roger5, Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1) of Wigmore, daughter of (8) Sir Edmund6, was born about 1265, and died between 1336 and 1385[29]. She married of Wigmore, (CI-4) BARON HUGH DE AUDLEY of Audley, England, son of (CI-2) Sir James and (RL-39) Ela (LONGESPEE), who was born about 1267[29], and died about 1325[29]. [32, 8, 41, 48, 27, 21, 50, 29]
Weis, Roberts, Langston & Buck, and Buck & Beard all list Isolde as daughter of Edmund, son of Roger.

Richardson lists Isolde as sister of Edmund, and daughter of Roger, but cites multiple sources for each of the two possibilities, and the majority of them list her as daughter of Edmund.

Weis lists her as daughter of Margaret de Fienes in Magna Charta Sureties, but as the daughter of an unknown wife in Ancestral Roots.[45, 32, 8]
Children: See (CI-4) Baron Hugh de AUDLEY
11. ROGER7 DE MORTIMER, 1ST EARL OF MARCH (Edmund6, Roger5, Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1), son of (8) Sir Edmund6 and (PW-8) Margaret (de FIENNES), was born on 3 May 1287 in Thornbury, was christened in 1330 in Or Netherwood, Thornbury, died on 29 Nov. 1330[43] in Tyburn Elms, England[43] and was buried in 1330 in Ch Of Grey Friar, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. He married in Pembridge[42], on 20 Sept. 1301[42], (WY-5) JOAN DE GENEVILLE, daughter of (WY-4) Sir Piers and (AAD-22) Jeanne (de LUSIGNAN), who was born on 2 Feb. 1285/6[49], and died on 19 Oct. 1356[43]. [9, 17, 31, 36, 26, 24, 43]
Children:
13i.EDMUND8 DE MORTIMER, b. about 1305[44]; d. in 1331[12]; m. on 27 June 1316[2] (CU-8) ELIZABETH DE BADLESMERE, b. in 1313[2], d. in 1356[2], daughter of (CU-6) Baron Bartholomew and (Q-111) Margaret (de CLARE).
+14ii.MAUD DE MORTIMER, b. about 1301; d. after Aug. 1345[34]; m. before 13 April 1319[34] (JY-2) JOHN DE CHERLETON, b. about 1316[34], d. about Aug. 1360[34], son of (JY-1) John, Justiciar of Ireland and (AHG-7) Hawise (_____).
+15iii.KATHERINE DE MORTIMER, COUNTESS OF WARWICK, b. in 1309 in Wigmore; d. in 1371[2]; m. about 1334 in Warwickshire, England (EB-17) THOMAS DE BEAUCHAMP, EARL OF WARWICK of Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, b. on 14 Feb. 1313/4, d. in Calais, Pas-de-Calais, France on 13 Nov. 1369, son of (EB-14) Guy, 10th Earl of Warwick and (AOJ-13) Alice (de TOENI).
16iv.AGNES DE MORTIMER, b. about 1320.
+17v.MARGARET DE MORTIMER, b. about 1301; d. on 5 May 1337[2]; m. in July 1320[2] (H-11) THOMAS "THE RICH" BERKELEY, 3RD LORD BERKELEY, b. in Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England, d. in Berkeley on 27 Oct. 1361, son of (H-9) Baron Maurice "the Magnanimous" and (AHB-17) Eve (La ZOUCHE).
18vi.JOAN DE MORTIMER, b. about 1320; d. between 1337 and 1351[2].
12. MAUD7 DE MORTIMER (Edmund6, Roger5, Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1), daughter of (8) Sir Edmund6 and (PW-8) Margaret (de FIENNES), was born between 1275/6 and 1288, and died in 1312[2]. She married in Wigmore[2], on 29 July 1302[2], (GB-5) SIR THEOBALD DE VERDUN, son of (GB-4) Theobald and Margery (_____) DE VERDUN, who was born about 1280[28], and died on 27 July 1316[2]. [14, 2]
Child: See (GB-5) Sir Theobald de VERDUN


Generation Eight

14. MAUD8 DE MORTIMER (Roger7, Edmund6, Roger5, Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1), daughter of (11) Roger7, 1st Earl of March and (WY-5) Joan (de GENEVILLE), was born between 1301 and 1305, and died between Aug. 1345 and 1415[34]. She married before 13 April 1319[34], (JY-2) JOHN DE CHERLETON, son of (JY-1) John, Justiciar of Ireland and (AHG-7) Hawise (_____), who was born about 1316[34], and died about Aug. 1360[34]. [35, 34]
Child: See (JY-2) John de CHERLETON
15. KATHERINE8 DE MORTIMER, COUNTESS OF WARWICK (Roger7, Edmund6, Roger5, Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1), daughter of (11) Roger7, 1st Earl of March and (WY-5) Joan (de GENEVILLE), was born in 1309 in Wigmore, died in 1371[2] and was buried in St. Mary's, Warwick, Warwickshire. She married in Warwickshire, about 1334, (EB-17) THOMAS DE BEAUCHAMP, EARL OF WARWICK of Warwick Castle, son of (EB-14) Guy, 10th Earl of Warwick and (AOJ-13) Alice (de TOENI), who was born on 14 Feb. 1313/4, died on 13 Nov. 1369 in Calais, and was buried in St. Mary's. [33, 50, 3, 46, 2]
Children: See (EB-17) Thomas de BEAUCHAMP, Earl of Warwick
17. MARGARET8 DE MORTIMER (Roger7, Edmund6, Roger5, Ralph4, Roger3, Hugh2, Hugh1), daughter of (11) Roger7, 1st Earl of March and (WY-5) Joan (de GENEVILLE), was born between 1301 and 1306, and died on 5 May 1337[2]. She married in July 1320[2], (H-11) THOMAS "THE RICH" BERKELEY, 3RD LORD BERKELEY, son of (H-9) Baron Maurice "the Magnanimous" and (AHB-17) Eve (La ZOUCHE), who was born in Berkeley, died on 27 Oct. 1361 in Berkeley, and was buried in Berkeley Church, Berkeley. [13, 44, 2]
Child: See (H-11) Thomas "the Rich" BERKELEY, 3rd Lord Berkeley



1. International Genealogical Index, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997).
2. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
3. Ibid., (120-34).
4. Ibid., (132B-27+, 132C-27+).
5. Ibid., (132C-27+).
6. Ibid., (132C-28).
7. Ibid., (132C-29).
8. Ibid., (207-31).
9. Ibid., (27-31, 120-33).
10. Ibid., (28-29, 27-29, 67-29+).
11. Ibid., (28-30, 77-30).
12. Ibid., (29-32).
13. Ibid., (39-31+).
14. Ibid., (70-32+).
15. Ibid., (9-30+, 27-30, 207-30).
16. W. H. Turton, The Plantagenet Ancestry (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1928), 117.
17. Ibid., 72.
18. Ibid., 72, 76, 97.
19. Ibid., 76.
20. Ibid., 97.
21. J. Orton Buck and Timothy Field Beard, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. III (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978), 126.
22. Ibid., 15.
23. Ibid., 15, 126.
24. Ibid., 15, 132.
25. Ibid., 93.
26. Aileen Lewers Langston and J. Orton Buck, Jr., Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. II (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974), 239.
27. Ibid., 43.
28. Ibid., 88.
29. Frederick Lewis Weis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, 5th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
30. Ibid., (147-4, 150-4).
31. Ibid., (147-5).
32. Ibid., (150-5).
33. Ibid., (17-7, 147-6).
34. Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004), 198.
35. Ibid., 198, 524.
36. Ibid., 215, 523.
37. Ibid., 314, 521.
38. Ibid., 520.
39. Ibid., 521.
40. Ibid., 522.
41. Ibid., 522, 670.
42. Ibid., 523.
43. Ibid., 524.
44. Ibid., 525.
45. Ibid., 670.
46. Ibid., 70, 215, 524.
47. Gary Boyd Roberts, Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002), 303.
48. Ibid., 354.
49. Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004).
50. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).