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  1. William De Percy: Birth: 1185 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England. Death: 28 Jul 1245 in Salley Abbey, Northum, England

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Notes
a. Note:   NI65791
Note:   Henry; took the name Percy; married as her 1st husband Isabel (died in or after 1230), daughter of Adam de Brus, Lord of Skelton, Cleveland (through her he had the Manor of Levinton), for which he and his heirs were to repair to Skelton Castle every Christmas Day and lead the lady of the castle from her chamber to the chapel to mass and thence to her chamber again, there to take meat with her, and then withdraw), and died by Michaelmas 1198. [Burke's Peerage] RESEARCH NOTES: took mother's name of PERCY [Ref: CP X p448] HENRY DE PERCY, eldest son of Jocelin of LOUVAIN, by his wife, Agnes DE PERCY, took his mother's name of Percy, and at Michaelmas 1190 owed 500 marks for having the honor of Petworth as his father had it at his death. At Michaelmas 1195 he owed 22 li. 10s. for scutage in Sussex. In the year ending Michaelmas 1197 he was excused scutage, as he had crossed the sea on the King's service. He confirmed to Fountains Abbey all the lands and pastures which his mother and Countess Maud, his aunt, had given; and to Reading Abbey the gifts of his father, adding a further gift in exchange; and he gave to the Canons of St-L�o, Rouen, where he was buried, all the land which he held in demesne in Hambledon, Hants. He married Isabel, daughter of Adam DE BRUS the Second, of Skelton in Cleveland; and died before Michaelmas 1198. His widow married, 2ndly, Sir Roger MAUDUIT. [Complete Peerage X:448-9] ----------------------- Henry; took the name Percy; married as her 1st husband Isabel (died in or after 1230), daughter of Adam de Brus, Lord of Skelton, Cleveland (through her he had the Manor of Levinton), for which he and his heirs were to repair to Skelton Castle every Christmas Day and lead the lady of the castle from her chamber to the chapel to mass and thence to her chamber again, there to take meat with her, and then withdraw), and died by Michaelmas 1198. [Burke's Peerage] ---------------------- Henry de Percy, the eldest son, who appears to have d. before his mother, m. Isabel, dau. of Adam de Brus, Lord of Skelton, with whom he had the manor of Levington, for which he and his heirs were to repair to Skelton Castle every Christmas-day, and to lead the lady of the castle from her chamber to the chapel to mass, and thence to her chamber again, and after dining with her, to depart. This Henry left two son, William and Henry. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 423, Percy, Barons Percy, Earls of Northumberland, &c.]
b. Note:   BI65791
c. Note:   DI65791


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