*Alice FitzHugh: Birth: ABT 1448 in Ravensworth, Richmond, North Ride Yorkshire, England. Death: 10 JUL 1516 in Herstmonceux Castle, Hailsham, Sussex, England
Note: Henry Fitz-Hugh, 5th baron, b. 1430, summoned to parliament from 26 May, 1455, to 15 October, 1470. His lordshoip obtained, in 38th Henry VI , a grant of the stewardship of the honour of Richmond, and also of the office of chief forester of the new forest of Arkilgarth-Dale, and Le Hoppe, then escheated to the king by the forfeiture of Richard, Earl of Salisbury, to hold for life. During the reign of King Henry VI, Lord Fitz-Hugh remained firmly attached to the Lancastrian interest, but he seems nevertheless to have successfully cultivated the good opinion of King Edward IV, the champion of York, for we find his lordship, soon after the accession of that monarch , employed in his military capacity, and as a diplomatist. In 1468 he made a pilgrimage to the Holy Sepulchre, and upon his return founded a chantry for two priests in his castle at Ravenswath, there to celebrate divine service for himself and Alice during their lives, and for the health of their souls after their decease. His lordship m. Lady Alice Neville, dau. of Richard, Earl of Salisbury, and had issue, I. Richard his successor; II. Thomas, d. s. p.; III. John, d. s. p.; IV. George, d. s. p.; V. Edward, d. s. p.; I. Alice, m. to Sir John Fienes, Knt., and was mother of Thomas, Lord Dacre; II. Elizabeth, m. 1st to Sir William Parr, Knt., and had (with William, created Lord Parr, of Horton), Sir Thomas Paar, who m. Maud, dau. and co-heir of Sir Thomas Green, Knt., of Horton, and had one son and two days, viz. 1. William Parr, Marquess of Northampton, d. s. p.; 1. Anne Parr, m. to William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke; 2. Catherine Parr, m. 1st to Edward Borough; 2ndly to John Neville, Lord Latimer; 3rdly, to King Henry VIII; and 4thly, to Thomas, Lord Seymour, of Sudley, but d. s. p. Elizabeth FitzHugh m. 2ndly, Nicholas, Lord Vaux. Henry, 5th Baron Fitz-Hugh, d. in 1472, as was s. by his only son, Richard Fitz-Hugh, 6th baron. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883, pp. 207-8, FitzHugh, Barons FitzHugh]
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