Name: Isabel FITZROY 1
ALIA: Isabel la /Blanche/
Birth: ABT 1186
The following is part of a post to SGM, 12 Aug 2007, by Douglas Richardson:
1. ISABEL FITZ ROY, alleged illegitimate daughter. She married RICHARD FITZ IVES, Knt., of Degembris (in Newlyn East) and Trenoweth- with-Trewithgy (in Probus), Cornwall. They had two sons, William Fitz Richard, Knt., and Richard Fitz Richard (clerk), and one daughter, Isabel (wife of Bartholomew de Chaumont and Belyn Hellegan, Knt.). He gave tithes in Gruguth (in St. Keverne), Cornwall. In 1202 he rendered account of 100s. for a fine he made with William Briwerre involving one half knight's fee in Cornwall. He occurs in subsequent Pipe Rolls for Cornwall during the reign of King John for the years, 1203-1205, being assessed for a half-knight's fee. He may possibly be the Richard Fitz Ives who made a false claim in Northamptonshire in 1208. SIR RICHARD FITZ IVES died before Michaelmas 1211, when his heirs were charged 2 marks by the king for scutage for Wales. His heirs were subsequently charged scutage for Poitou on one knight's fee in Cornwall in 1214 (part of which was paid in 1222), and for scutage for the siege of Byham in 1224.
NOTE: Douglas does not identify the mistress of King John who was her mother. I chose one that would have been an early one because she was probably born when John was about 20.
Father: John I "Lackland" Plantagenet King of ENGLAND b: 24 DEC 1166 in Kings Manor House, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
Mother: Agatha de FERRERS b: ABT 1169 in Tutbury, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
Richard FITZIVES , of Degembris & Trenoweth, Sir b: BEF 1181 in Degembris, St Newlyn East, Cornwall, England
- William FITZRICHARD , of Trenoweth&Degembris, Sir b: ABT 1205 in Trenoweth, Probus, Cornwall, England
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Page: Douglas Richardson, 12 Aug 2007