Isabel /DE BERKELEY/: Birth: Abt 1307 in Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. Death: 25 Jul 1362 in Hartley Castle, Kirkby Stephen, Westmoreland, England
Note: BIOGRAPHY: Maurice de Berkeley, called the Magnanimous, was born about 1271. He distinguished himself in the Scottish wars 1295-1318 and was also at the siege of Carlaverock in July, 1300. He was summoned to Parliament in the lifetime of his father Aug. 16, 1308, to May 13, 1321. He held several important posts, being Warden of Gloucester 1312; Captain of Berwick 1315; one of committee to Scotland 1316; Chief Justiciar of Wales in 1316 and Seneschal to Aquitiane 1320. Shortly afterwards he joined the Earl of Lancaster in rebellion against Edward II and the Despenserf family and within six months after his father's death he was sent prisoner to Wallingford Castle Jan. 20, 1321-2, where he died about four years later on May 31, 1326. He was buried there, but later removed to St. Augustine and buried under the arch before the choir door in the south aisle. He married 1st Eva, who died Dec. 5, 1314, daughter of Eudo le Zouch, and his wife Millisent, daughter of William de Cantalupe. Eudo le Zouch was the son of Alan le Zouch and his wife, Elena de Quincy, daughter of Roger de Quincey, son of Saire de Quincey, Surety for Magna Charta. He married 2nd Isabel, daughter of Gilbert de Clare. By his first wife he had Sir Thomas, who succeeded him, Maurice, John, Eudo, Peter and a daughter, wife to Robert, Lord Clifford and Thomas Lord Musgrave. - (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 281)
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