Note: Sir William Fitz-Hugh, 4th baron, b. 1398, summoned to parliament from 12 July, 1429, to 5 September, 1450. This nobleman attained distinction in the lifetime of his father in the French wars, and after his accession to the title, he was in commission (11th Henry VI)  to treat with the commissioners of King James I, of Scotland, regarding compensation for injuries inflicted by the Scots upon the English. In two years afterwards his lordship was joined with the Earls of Northumberland and Westmoreland, and the great northern Lords Dacre, Clifford, Greystoke, and Latimer, to repeal an irruption of the Scots. Lord Fitz-Hugh m. Margery, dau. of William, Lord Willoughby de Eresby, and had issue, Henry, his successor; Margery, m. to Sir John Melton, Knt., of Aston; Joane, m. to John, Lord Scrope, of Bolton; Eleanor, m. to Thomas, Lord Dacre; Maud, m. to William Bowes; Lora, m. 1st, to John Musgrave, and 2ndly, to John Constable, of Halsham; Lucy, a nun at Depford; and Elizabeth, m. Ralph, Lord Greystock. His lordship d. in 1452, and was s. by his son, Henry Fitz-Hugh, 5th baron. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883, p. 207, FitzHugh, Barons FitzHugh]
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