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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Alice Neville: Birth: 1434.

  2. Richard Neville: Birth: 1436. Death: Bef 1476

  3. Elizabeth Neville: Birth: 1438.

  4. Catherine Neville: Birth: 1442.

  5. George Neville: Birth: 1445 in Raby Castle, Raby With Keverstone, Staindrop, Durham, England. Death: 20 Sep 1492 in Sussex, England

  6. Henry Neville: Birth: 1446. Death: 26 Jul 1469 in Battle of Edgecote Field


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Anne Neville: Birth: Abt 1450. Death: Aft 26 Feb 1481

  2. Margaret (Of Abergavenny) Neville: Birth: Abt 1455 in Raby With Everstoke, Staindrop, Durham, England. Death: 30 Sep 1506

  3. Catherine (Of Abergavenny) Neville: Birth: Abt 1459 in Raby Castle, Staindrop, Durham, England.


Sources
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Page:   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Nevill,_3rd_Baron_Bergavenny
2. Title:   Ballard-Willis Family Tree
Author:   Mark Williard Ballard
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Author:   Weber, Jim
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Author:   Leese, T. Anna
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Notes
a. Note:   Edward Nevill(e), 1st Lord (Baron) Bergavenny or Neville de Bergavenny , so created by writ of summons 5 Sep 1450; granted license by Henry V I to take possession of the lands of Abergavenny but in possession of the castle at Abergavenny for only a short while; married 1st by 18 Oc t 1424 Elizabeth Beauchamp, according to later doctrine Baroness Berga venny or Beauchamp de Bergavenny in her own right, and had issue. The 1st Lord (Baron) Bergavenny married 2nd 15 Oct 1448 his 3rd cousin Cat herine, daughter of Sir Robert Howard and sister of 1st Duke of Norfol k, and died 18 Oct 1476, having had further issue. [Burke's Peerage] -------------------- Sir Edward de Neville, KG, d. 18 Oct 1476, Lord Burgavenny; m. (1) bef . 18 Oct 1424 Elizabeth Beauchamp, b. 16 Sep 1415, d. 18 Jun 1448, onl y daughter of Richard de Beauchamp, KB, Lord Bergavenny, b. by 1397, b eing 14+ in June 1411, dsp in France 18 Mar 1421/2 (son of William Bea uchamp, KG, Lord Bergavenny, and Joan Fitz Alan), and Isabel le Despen ser, m. 27 July 1411, (daughter of Thomas le Despenser and Constance, daughter of Edmund, Duke of York). [Magna Charta Sureties] Note: According to the above citation, Richard de Beauchamp, "dsp" in France 18 Mar 1421/2, but had an "only daughter"!? (I assume he was "d spm".) Also the Bergavenny spelling wins 2 to 1 over Burgavenny. -------------------- BARONY of ABERGAVENNY (III) 1450 (prior to this held in right of wife , Elizabeth Beauchamp) Sir Edward Nevill, a year after the death of his 1st wife, Eliabeth Be auchamp, obtained on 14 Jul 1449, licence from Henry IV to enter on th e lands, etc. of Abergavenny, and, from 5 Sep 1450 to 19 Aug 1472 was summoned to Parliament as a Baron (Lord Bergavenny), by writs directe d "Edwardo Nevill domino de Bergevenny militi", and on and after 30 Ju l 1459, though he does not appear to have been seized, except for a sh ort time, of the Castle and lands of that name. He m. 2ndly, by special dispensation 15 Oct 1448, Katharine, daughter of Sir Robert Howard, by Margaret, daughter of Thomas Mowbray, Duke o f Norfolk; she, with whom he had cohabited in the lifetime of his 1st wife, was related to him in the third degree. He d. 18 Oct 1476. His w idow was living 29 Jun 1478. [Complete Peerage I:30] ----------------------------- 3rd Baron Bergavenny / Justice Of The Peace For Du BARON ABERGAVENNY Edward Nevill(e), 1st Lord (Baron) Bergavenny or Neville deBergavenny, so created by writ of summons 5 Sep 1450; granted license by Henry VI to take possession of the lands of Abergavenny but in possession of the castle at Abergavenny for only a short while; married 1st by 18 Oct 1424 Elizabeth Beauchamp, according to later doctrine Baroness Bergavenny or Beauchamp de Bergavenny in her own right, and had issue. The 1st Lord (Baron) Bergavenny married 2nd 15 Oct 1448 his 3rd cousin Catherine, daughter of Sir Robert Howard and sister of 1st Duke of Norfolk, and died 18 Oct 1476, having had further issue.[Burke's Peerage] -------------------- Sir Edward de Neville, KG, d. 18 Oct 1476, Lord Burgavenny; m.(1) bef. 18 Oct 1424 Elizabeth Beauchamp, b. 16 Sep 1415, d. 18Jun 1448, only daughter of Richard de Beauchamp, KB, Lord Bergavenny, b. by 1397, being 14+ in June 1411, dsp in France 18Mar 1421/2 (son of William Beauchamp, KG, Lord Bergavenny, and Joan Fitz Alan), and Isabel le Despenser, m. 27 July 1411,(daughter of Thomas le Despenser and Constance, daughter ofEdmund, Duke of York). [Magna Charta Sureties] Note: According to the above citation, Richard de Beauchamp,'dsp' in France 18 Mar 1421/2, but had an 'only daughter'!? (I assume he was 'dspm'.) Also the Bergavenny spelling wins 2 to 1over Burgavenny. -------------------- BARONY of ABERGAVENNY (III) 1450 (prior to this held in right of wife, Elizabeth Beauchamp) Sir Edward Nevill, a year after the death of his 1st wife, Eliabeth Beauchamp, obtained on 14 Jul 1449, licence from Henry IV to enter on the lands, etc. of Abergavenny, and, from 5 Sep1450 to 19 Aug 1472 was summoned to Parliament as a Baron (Lord Bergavenny), by writs directed 'Edwardo Nevill domino deBergevenny militi', and on and after 30 Jul 1459, though he does not appear to have been seized, except for a short time, of the Castle and lands of that name. He m. 2ndly, by special dispensation 15 Oct 1448, Katharine, daughter of Sir Robert Howard, by Margaret, daughter of Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk; she, with whom he had cohabited in the life time of his 1st wife, was related to him in the third degree. He d. 18 Oct 1476. His widow was living 29 Jun 1478.[Complete Peerage I:30] RESEARCH NOTES: 3rd(bis) Lord Abergavenny, of Barony cr 1392 [Ref: CP I p30] 11th and youngest son of Ralph Earl of Westmoreland, 9th son by second wife Joan [Ref: CP I p27] related to second wife in third degree [Ref: CP I p30] Jul 14 1449: obtained license from Henry VI to enter on the lands etc of Abergavenny [Ref: CP I p30] Sep 5 1450 to Aug 19 1472: summoned to parliament as a Baron (Lord Bergavenny), though he does not appear to have been seized, except for a short time, of the Castle and lands of that name [Ref: CP I p30] 1450: summoned to parliament as Lord Beregavenny [Ref: CP I p28]
b. Note:   BI117890
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: 11th and youngest son of Ralph, 9th son by second wife Joan [Ref: CP I p27], parents: [Ref: CP I p27]
c. Note:   DI117890
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: CP I p30] 1476 [Ref: CP I p28]
d. Note:   NF9918
Note:   _FREL Natural _MREL Natural _FREL Natural _MREL Natural


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