The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Simon Aitcheson and Marg. Rubena Maitland




Husband Simon Aitcheson (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Marg. Rubena Maitland (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Marina Rubina Aitchison 1

           Born: 1888 - Minto, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
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         Spouse: Edward Blake Wallace (1886-1969) 2 3 4
           Marr: 2 Apr 1914 - Pilkington Twp, Wellington, Ontario, Canada





Edward Blake Wallace and Marina Rubina Aitchison




Husband Edward Blake Wallace 2 3 4

           Born: 17 Apr 1886 - Pilkington Twp, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
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           Died: 1969
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         Father: George Alexander Wallace (1854-1931) 6
         Mother: Annie Eliza Somers (1854-1943) 7


       Marriage: 2 Apr 1914 - Pilkington Twp, Wellington, Ontario, Canada

Events

• Residence: 1901, Pilkington Twp, Wellington, Ontario, Canada.

• Census: 1911, Pilkington Twp, Wellington, Ontario, Canada.

• Occupation: farmer, 1914, Pilkington, Wellington, Ontario, Canada.

• Residence: 1914, Pilkington, Wellington, Ontario, Canada.




Wife Marina Rubina Aitchison 1

           Born: 1888 - Minto, Wellington, Ontario, Canada
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         Father: Simon Aitcheson 5
         Mother: Marg. Rubena Maitland 5


Events

• Residence: 1914, Pilkington, Wellington, Ontario, Canada.


Children
1 M Hugh Wallace 1

           Born: 1915
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           Died: 1970
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2 F Margaret Wallace (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M George A. Wallace (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Viola Fisher (living)




Notes: Marriage

Ceremony performed by MacDougal Hays, Presbyterian minister of Elora, witnessed by Harley M. Wallace of Pilkington and Bessie Aitcheson of Pilkington.


Amos Aken and Lucinda Wilson




Husband Amos Aken 8

           Born:  - Ohio, United States
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Wife Lucinda Wilson 8

           Born:  - Ohio, United States
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Children
1 M Charles W. Aken 8 9

           Born: 6 Feb 1863 - Ohio, United States
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           Died: 9 Jun 1925 - Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, United States 10
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         Spouse: Mabel Ellen Gold (1878-1956) 9 11 12
           Marr: 26 Jul 1922 - Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, United States





Charles W. Aken and Mabel Ellen Gold




Husband Charles W. Aken 8 9

           Born: 6 Feb 1863 - Ohio, United States
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           Died: 9 Jun 1925 - Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, United States 10
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         Father: Amos Aken (      -      ) 8
         Mother: Lucinda Wilson (      -      ) 8


       Marriage: 26 Jul 1922 - Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, United States

Events

• Residence: 1900, Hot Springs Twp, Napa, California, United States.

• Residence: 1910, Martins Ferry, Belmont, Ohio, United States.




Wife Mabel Ellen Gold 9 11 12

            AKA: Mabel Gold Higgins
           Born: 25 Dec 1878 - Delmar, Clinton, Iowa, United States 13
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           Died: 30 Apr 1956 - Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, United States
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         Father: Sidney Russell Gold (1851-1905) 11 14
         Mother: Eva Mary Sloan (1855-1937) 11 15



   Other Spouse: < > Lease

   Other Spouse: Charles W. Higgins (Abt 1861-      ) 16 - 12 Mar 1913 - Los Angeles, California, United States

Events

• Occupation: Stenographer in Big Stone Bank, 1900-aft 1910, Big Stone City, Grant, South Dakota, United States.


Children

Research Notes: Wife - Mabel Ellen Gold

Notes from a Pedigree Chart prepared by Donald W. Gold dated 25 Jul 1996:
"She was educated at Big Stone and Hamline University. Went to California in 1908 and has made her home there since. She married Charles Aken in July, 1922. He was born in Ohio and is buried at Long Beach, California."
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At the time of the U.S. Census in 1900 (June 1900), Mabel had been married for two years to a man named Lease, but she was living with her parents. The 1910 U.S. Census has her divorced and living with her widowed mother and siblings. 9 11 12


Roger Dakney and Joan de Albini




Husband Roger Dakney 17

           Born: Abt 1285 - <Hampden, Buckinghamshire>, England
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Wife Joan de Albini 17

           Born: Abt 1289 - <Hampden, Buckinghamshire>, England
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Children
1 F Isabella Dakeney 17

            AKA: Elizabeth Dakeney
           Born: Abt 1311 - <Hampden, Buckinghamshire>, England
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           Died: 1388
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         Spouse: Gerard de Braybrooke (Abt 1307-1359) 17
           Marr: Abt 1337 - Hampden, Buckinghamshire, England





Sandde ap Alcwn




Husband Sandde ap Alcwn 18

           Born: Cir 674 - Wales
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         Father: Alcwn ap Tegid (Cir 0635-      ) 19
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Children
1 M Elidir ap Sandde 20

           Born: Cir 708 - Wales
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Adam de Aldithley




Husband Adam de Aldithley

           Born: Abt 1040 - Hooton, Wirral Peninsula, Cheshire, England
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         Father: Adam de Aldithley (Abt 1005-      )
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Children
1 M William De Aldithley

            AKA: William de Alditheley
           Born: 1082 - Hooton, Wirral Peninsula, Cheshire, England
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         Spouse: Joan Stanley (Abt 1071-      )




Research Notes: Husband - Adam de Aldithley

www.familysearch.org (AFN: 8XKQ-GD)

Excerpted from The House of Stanley from the 12th Century
by Peter Stanley at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourpage/history.htm :

"The County of Staffordshire had been laid waste after the passage of the Norman Army that crushed the revolt of 1067-70, and in 1086 (at the time of the Great Survey) Staffordshire had attracted few Normans as it was then considered to be unprofitable land. In 1086, the Manors of Aldithley, Balterley and Talk on the Hill were held by a Saxon, Garnet, who was a King Thane (the title of one who held his land direct from the King, i.e., a Tenant-in-Chief). At the time of the Domesday Book, there were sixteen Saxon thanes holding land in Staffordshire, and Gamel (who held his land by military service, for life) was the most important of the group. He is shown as holding Aldithley, Balterley and Talk on the Hill which were then assessed as two virgates, half a virgate and one virgate respectively. They contained nine villeins, six borderers, three and a half ploughs, having a total value of seventeen shillings (a huge sum in those days).

Gamel holds Balterley - Ulvic held it;
Camel holds Aldithley - Ulvic and Godric held it, and they were free; Camel holds Talc (Talk on the Hill) - Godric held it, and he was a free man.

By the year 1124, the lands that were held from the King by Camel, the Saxon thane, had passed into the possession of the Norman family of De Verdun. At the time of the Norman Conquest, this family was represented in England by Bertram de Verdun, the son of Geoffrey, Count of Verdun. When William was crowned at Westminster Abbey on 25 December 1066, it was Bertram de Verdun who supported the King's right hand which held the sceptre, providing a glove for the purpose. He was an important baron, and appears in the Domesday Book of 1086 as a tenant-in-chief, holding the ten hide Manor of Farnham in Buckinghamshire. His son, Norman de Verdun, is mentioned in 1124 as a tenant-in-chief, holding lands in Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Buckinghamshire. He was also Lord of Weobley in Shropshire. The De Aldithleys (Audleys) appeared to have acquired the freehold tenancies of the Manors of Aldithley, Balterley and Talk on the Hill, at about the same time as Norman de Verdun became tenant-in-chief of these estates. Sir William Dugdale (who was Garter King of Arms from 1677 to 1686) was of the opinion that the Audleys were a cadet branch of the De Verduns who subsequently adopted a surname derived from their new English estates. Lydulph (Liulf) de Aldithley was the first of his family to appear in official records as holding lands at Aldithley and Balterley, by socage, i.e. military service from Norman de Verdun (who appears in 1124, and again in the Pipe Rolls of 1130). In 1130-1132, this Lydulph had witnessed a Charter as 'Liulf fitz Liulf, thereby indicating that he was the son of an earlier Liulf. This earlier Liulf flourished in the reign of the Conqueror's youngest son, Henry I (1120-1133), and it is likely that he also held the tenancies of Aldithley and Balterley, as in 1130 he was required to pay an extremely heavy fine of 200 Marks, 10 Deerhounds and 10 Hawks, which he incurred for the murder, in 1129, of his neighbour, Gamel fitz Griffin, the Thane of Betley (which adjoins Aldithley and Balterley). This Liulf was obviously a man of some importance to have escaped with his life, and clearly a man of wealth to have been expected to pay such a fine. It seems likely that he was a Norman, and possibly related to the powerful De Verduns. In addition to his elder son Lydulph (or Liulf), this early Liulf had another son, Ralph fitz Liulf who occurs in 1130.

The De Aldithleys rendered Knights' service to the De Verduns throughout their early history, until 1231, when Nicholas de Verdun, the last male of his line, died."


Research Notes: Child - William De Aldithley

www.familysearch.org (AFN: 8XKQ-BP)

Excerpted from The House of Stanley from the 12th Century
by Peter Stanley at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourpage/history.htm :
Debunks this story:
"Two of Adam de Aldithley's grandsons were said to have married Saxon heiresses.... The younger son of Adam de Aldithley, named Adam, had a son, William, to whom another Saxon thane gave his only daughter, Joan [Stanley], and with her as a marriage portion, the Manor of Talk on the Hill in Staffordshire. Later, Adam, the son of Lydulph, exchanged his Manor of Stanleigh and half the Manor of Balterley, with his cousin, William (the son of his uncle, Adam), for the Manor of Talk on the Hill. William, then being possessed of the Manor of Stanleigh, adopted the surname 'de Stanleigh', and became the ancestor of the Stanleys, while his cousin, Adam de Aldithley, was the ancestor of the Audleys of Heleigh in Staffordshire.

"In fact, however, Lydulph (or Liulf), styled 'de Aldithley', was born circa 1115 - some years after the Conquest. His younger brother Adam was born circa 1125. The Manor of Aldithley (Audley) is not situated in Normandy, but is near Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire (as are the Manors of Balterley and Talk on the Hill). These three Manors did not come into the possession of the Audleys until early in the 12th century when they were held by socage, i.e. military service, from the De Verdun family. There is no evidence to support the story that these Manors were acquired through marriage to Saxon heiresses, and the Manor of Stanleigh did not come into the possession of the Audleys until late in the 12th century when it was the gift of their Overlord, Bertram de Verdun, before he left England for the Crusades in 1190."



Adam de Aldithley




Husband Adam de Aldithley

           Born: Abt 1005
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Children
1 M Lydulph de Aldithley

            AKA: Liulf Aldithley, Liulf de Audley, Lydulph de Audley
           Born: Bef 1040
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           Died: After 1130
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2 M Adam de Aldithley

           Born: Abt 1040 - Hooton, Wirral Peninsula, Cheshire, England
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Research Notes: Husband - Adam de Aldithley

www.familysearch.org (AFN: 8XKQ-JQ)

Excerpted from The House of Stanley from the 12th Century
by Peter Stanley at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourpage/history.htm :

"According to John Seacome, the author of History of the House of Stanley to 1774, the family's origins go back to the time when William, Duke of Normandy invaded England in 1066. He states that the Conqueror was attended by one, Adam de Aldithley, who was accompanied from Aldithley in Normandy' by his two sons, Lydulph and Adam. After the victory at the Battle of Hastings, the Duke rewarded his followers, including Adam de Aldithley, with grants of English lands."


Birth Notes: Child - Lydulph de Aldithley

Glenda Turcks http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=nanatea&id=I33919 gives b. bef 1066. Another source has b. bef 1040.


Death Notes: Child - Lydulph de Aldithley

Glenda Turcks http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=nanatea&id=I33919 has d. aft 1130


Research Notes: Child - Lydulph de Aldithley

Excerpted from The House of Stanley from the 12th Century
by Peter Stanley at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourpage/history.htm :
Debunks this story:
"Two of Adam de Aldithley's grandsons were said to have married Saxon heiresses. His elder son, Lydulph, had a son, Adam, to whom a Saxon thane gave his only daughter and heir, Mabella, in marriage, and it was thus that he acquired in his wife's right, the Manors of Stanleigh and Balterley in Staffordshire.

"Excerpted from The House of Stanley from the 12th Century
by Peter Stanley at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourpage/history.htm :
Debunks this story:
"Two of Adam de Aldithley's grandsons were said to have married Saxon heiresses.... The younger son of Adam de Aldithley, named Adam, had a son, William, to whom another Saxon thane gave his only daughter, Joan [Stanley], and with her as a marriage portion, the Manor of Talk on the Hill in Staffordshire. Later, Adam, the son of Lydulph, exchanged his Manor of Stanleigh and half the Manor of Balterley, with his cousin, William (the son of his uncle, Adam), for the Manor of Talk on the Hill. William, then being possessed of the Manor of Stanleigh, adopted the surname 'de Stanleigh', and became the ancestor of the Stanleys, while his cousin, Adam de Aldithley, was the ancestor of the Audleys of Heleigh in Staffordshire.

"In fact, however, Lydulph (or Liulf), styled 'de Aldithley', was born circa 1115 - some years after the Conquest. His younger brother Adam was born circa 1125. The Manor of Aldithley (Audley) is not situated in Normandy, but is near Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire (as are the Manors of Balterley and Talk on the Hill). These three Manors did not come into the possession of the Audleys until early in the 12th century when they were held by socage, i.e. military service, from the De Verdun family. There is no evidence to support the story that these Manors were acquired through marriage to Saxon heiresses, and the Manor of Stanleigh did not come into the possession of the Audleys until late in the 12th century when it was the gift of their Overlord, Bertram de Verdun, before he left England for the Crusades in 1190."


Research Notes: Child - Adam de Aldithley

www.familysearch.org (AFN: 8XKQ-GD)

Excerpted from The House of Stanley from the 12th Century
by Peter Stanley at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourpage/history.htm :

"The County of Staffordshire had been laid waste after the passage of the Norman Army that crushed the revolt of 1067-70, and in 1086 (at the time of the Great Survey) Staffordshire had attracted few Normans as it was then considered to be unprofitable land. In 1086, the Manors of Aldithley, Balterley and Talk on the Hill were held by a Saxon, Garnet, who was a King Thane (the title of one who held his land direct from the King, i.e., a Tenant-in-Chief). At the time of the Domesday Book, there were sixteen Saxon thanes holding land in Staffordshire, and Gamel (who held his land by military service, for life) was the most important of the group. He is shown as holding Aldithley, Balterley and Talk on the Hill which were then assessed as two virgates, half a virgate and one virgate respectively. They contained nine villeins, six borderers, three and a half ploughs, having a total value of seventeen shillings (a huge sum in those days).

Gamel holds Balterley - Ulvic held it;
Camel holds Aldithley - Ulvic and Godric held it, and they were free; Camel holds Talc (Talk on the Hill) - Godric held it, and he was a free man.

By the year 1124, the lands that were held from the King by Camel, the Saxon thane, had passed into the possession of the Norman family of De Verdun. At the time of the Norman Conquest, this family was represented in England by Bertram de Verdun, the son of Geoffrey, Count of Verdun. When William was crowned at Westminster Abbey on 25 December 1066, it was Bertram de Verdun who supported the King's right hand which held the sceptre, providing a glove for the purpose. He was an important baron, and appears in the Domesday Book of 1086 as a tenant-in-chief, holding the ten hide Manor of Farnham in Buckinghamshire. His son, Norman de Verdun, is mentioned in 1124 as a tenant-in-chief, holding lands in Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Buckinghamshire. He was also Lord of Weobley in Shropshire. The De Aldithleys (Audleys) appeared to have acquired the freehold tenancies of the Manors of Aldithley, Balterley and Talk on the Hill, at about the same time as Norman de Verdun became tenant-in-chief of these estates. Sir William Dugdale (who was Garter King of Arms from 1677 to 1686) was of the opinion that the Audleys were a cadet branch of the De Verduns who subsequently adopted a surname derived from their new English estates. Lydulph (Liulf) de Aldithley was the first of his family to appear in official records as holding lands at Aldithley and Balterley, by socage, i.e. military service from Norman de Verdun (who appears in 1124, and again in the Pipe Rolls of 1130). In 1130-1132, this Lydulph had witnessed a Charter as 'Liulf fitz Liulf, thereby indicating that he was the son of an earlier Liulf. This earlier Liulf flourished in the reign of the Conqueror's youngest son, Henry I (1120-1133), and it is likely that he also held the tenancies of Aldithley and Balterley, as in 1130 he was required to pay an extremely heavy fine of 200 Marks, 10 Deerhounds and 10 Hawks, which he incurred for the murder, in 1129, of his neighbour, Gamel fitz Griffin, the Thane of Betley (which adjoins Aldithley and Balterley). This Liulf was obviously a man of some importance to have escaped with his life, and clearly a man of wealth to have been expected to pay such a fine. It seems likely that he was a Norman, and possibly related to the powerful De Verduns. In addition to his elder son Lydulph (or Liulf), this early Liulf had another son, Ralph fitz Liulf who occurs in 1130.

The De Aldithleys rendered Knights' service to the De Verduns throughout their early history, until 1231, when Nicholas de Verdun, the last male of his line, died."



Henry de Aldithley and Bertred Mainwaring




Husband Henry de Aldithley 17 21

            AKA: Henry Audley
           Born: Abt 1175 - <Heleigh, Staffordshire>, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 19 Nov 1246 - Mainwaring, Bersted, Sussex, England
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1218 - Edgmond, Cheshire, England

Events

• Lord of the Welsh Marches:

• Governor of Carmarthen Castle:

• Governor of Cardigan Castle:

• Sheriff of Salop and Staffordshire: 1216-1221.

• Constable of Shrewsbury Castle and Bridgnorth Castle:

• Governor of Shrewsbury, Chester Castle and Beeston Castle:

• Governor of Newcastle-under-Lyne:




Wife Bertred Mainwaring 17 21

           Born: Abt 1196 - England
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           Died: After 1249
         Buried: 


         Father: Ralph de Mainwaring (Abt 1155-      ) 17
         Mother: Amice of Chester (Abt 1167-      ) 17 22




Children
1 M James De Audley 23

            AKA: James De Aldithley
           Born: Abt 1220 - Heleigh Castle, Audley, Staffordshire, England
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           Died: Abt 11 Jun 1276 - Ireland
         Buried: 




Research Notes: Husband - Henry de Aldithley

From Wikipedia - Audley-Stanley family :

The Audley-Stanley family is a family with many notable members including the Earls of Derby who are descended from the early holders of Audley, Staffordshire ).

The first mention of Audley, however, is in the Domesday book of 1086, when it was called Aldidelege, when the lands were held by a Saxon thegn called Gamel.

The extended Audley family, originally of Audley Castle but who later built (or re-built) Heighley Castle , Madeley, Staffordshire in 1226, had several additional households including Red Castle at Hawkstone in Shropshire , Buglawton Manor in Congleton , Newhall Tower at Combermere and a home in Nantwich [1]. In the early 12th century Adam's grandson William married Joan de Stanley heiress of Stoneleigh, Derbyshire thereby becoming William de Stanley of Stoneleigh. This branch of the Audley thus took the name Stanley and Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby was a direct descendant.

The main line of the Audley family, who had become Baron Audley in 1313, failed in 1391 when Nicholas Audley, 3rd Baron Audley died without a male heir. His sister Joanne married Sir John Tuchet (b1327) for whose descendant John Tuchet (b1371) the title of 4th Baron Audley was granted in 1408. He was succeeded by his son James Touchet, 5th Baron Audley . Later generations of the Tuchet's became Earl of Castlehaven .

Another branch of the Audley family was created by Hugh Audley of Stratton Audley , Baron Audley from 1317, whose son became 1st Earl of Gloucester .

The Audley & Stanley families and their descendants remained prominent throughout the history of England and Ireland into modern times. The Stanleys were, at one time, one of the richest landowning families in England.

Baron Audley
Henry de Aldithley/Audley c. 1175 - , Lord of the Welsh Marches ,governor of Carmarthen castle and Cardigan Castle , Sheriff of Salop and Staffordshire from 1216 until 1221, constable of Shrewsbury Castle and Bridgnorth Castle ,Governor of Shrewsbury , Chester Castle and Beeston Castle , governor of Newcastle-under-Lyne . He married Bertred Mainwaring.
James de Aldithley c. 1220-1272 who married Ela Longespee, daughter of William II Longespee , son of William Longespée, 3rd Earl of Salisbury , a son of King Henry II of England by Ida de Tosny (who would later marry Roger Bigod, 2nd Earl of Norfolk ).
Emma de Audley c. 1224, daughter of Henry de Audley & Bertrade de Mainwaring and great granddaughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester , who married Gruffydd II ap Madog, Lord of Dinas Bran Prince of Powys
Hugh I de Audley c. 1250 who married Isolda de Mortimer, daughter of Hugh de Mortimer and great granddaughter of Llywelyn the Great ("Fawr").
Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester c. 1289-1347
James Audley founder of the order of the garter c. 1316-1386
Margaret de Audley , daughter of Margaret de Clare and great-granddaughter of King Edward I of England c. 1318-1347.
James Touchet, 5th Baron Audley 17 21


James de Aldithley and Ela Longspee




Husband James de Aldithley 24

            AKA: James of Audley, James of Aldithley
           Born: Abt 1225 - Audley, Staffordshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 
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       Marriage: 1244 - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England



Wife Ela Longspee 17 24

           Born: Abt 1226 - England
     Christened: 
           Died: 22 Nov 1299
         Buried: 


         Father: William II Longspée (Abt 1212-1250) 17 25
         Mother: Idoine de Camville (Abt 1209-1251) 17 25




Children
1 M Hugh I de Audley 17 24

            AKA: Hugh de Aldithley
           Born: Abt 1250 - Audley, Staffordshire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1336
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Isolde de Mortimer (Abt 1270-1328) 17
           Marr: Wigmore, Herefordshire, England




Research Notes: Wife - Ela Longspee

Great-great granddaughter of Henry II. 17 24


Research Notes: Child - Hugh I de Audley

From Wikipedia - Hugh I de Audley :

Hugh de Audley (ca. 1250 - ca. 1336) was a member of the Audley-Stanley family and the father of Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester .

Lineage
He was born in Audley in the English County of Staffordshire , the son of James of Aldithley (born c. 1225 in Audley , Staffordshire ) and Ela Longspee (daughter of William II Longespee , and his great great grandfather was therefore Henry II , King of England.

Family
He married Isolda de Mortimer , the daughter of Edmund Mortimer, 2nd Baron Mortimer , and had 3 children:
John de Aldithley (Audley) born circa 1293
Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester born 1289 who married Margaret de Clare
Alice de Audley born circa 1304 who married firstly Robert Fitzrobert de Greystoke and later, Ralph de Neville a member of the Neville family . 17 24


Sources


1 Correspondence, Jeanine Wallace 10/20/10.

2 Website:, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~methodists/pilkington.htm.

3 Correspondence, Death year 1969 from Jeanine Wallace 10/20/10.

4 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mkallan&id=I14993.

5 FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), "Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2787-MVC : accessed 9 June 2016), Edward Blake Wallace and Maria Rubena Or Mariah Rubina Aitcheson, 02 Apr 1914; citing registration , Pilkington.

6 Web - Message Boards, Discussion Groups, Email, Email messages from Jeanine Wallace 2009-2010.

7 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mkallan&id=I14963.

8 FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), "California, County Marriages, 1850-1952," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K8NM-8DJ : accessed 8 January 2016), Charles W Aken and Mabel Gold Higgins, 26 Jul 1922; citing Los Angeles, California, United States.

9 Correspondence, Don Gold beginning 7 Sep 2016.

10 FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), "California Death Index, 1905-1939," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QK91-QPVK : 5 June 2015), Charles W Aken, 1925; citing 27920, Department of Health Services, Vital Statistics Department, Sacramento.

11 Website - Genealogy, http://files.usgwarchives.net/sd/biography/doane2/gold.txt.

12 http://www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/tree/?cid=partner-3Z3L-Z4GK-J7ZS-YT3Z-Q4KY-YN66-ZX5K-176R#view=ancestor&person=LDZK-6HH.

13 FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), "United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MD23-8P4 : accessed 6 January 2016), Sidney R Gold, Delmar, Clinton, Iowa, United States; citing enumeration district ED 283, sheet 29D, NARA microfi.

14 Correspondence, Don Gold beggining on 7 Sep 2016.

15 www.findagrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Gold&GSiman=1&GScid=97064&GRid=28060932&.

16 FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), "California, County Marriages, 1850-1952," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XL4Z-SL8 : accessed 13 January 2016), Charles W Higgins and Mabel Ellen Gold, 12 Mar 1913; citing Los Angeles, California, United States.

17 http://www.familysearch.org.

18 Website:, http://www.varrall.net/pafg58.htm#1165.

19 Website:, http://www.varrall.net/pafg58.htm#1166.

20 Website:, http://www.varrall.net/pafg58.htm#1164.

21 Wikipedia.org, Audley-Stanley family.

22 Wikipedia.org, Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester.

23 http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=viles27&id=I1339.

24 Wikipedia.org, Hugh I de Audley.

25 Wikipedia.org, William II Longespée.


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