NameMargaret Grey [62, Bonville, Vol XIV, p. 98], Half 17G Aunt
Deathaft May 1426
GeneralCP says she was dau of Joan, others that it was Eliz Roos...
MotherMargaret de Ros (-<1414)
Spouses
Birth30 Aug 1393
Death18 Feb 1461, Beheaded after battle of St Albans
General1st baron. A Yorkist. Sheriff of Devon. KG 182: c. 1460.
FatherJohn Bonville (ca1366-1396)
ChildrenWilliam (-1460)
 Elizabeth (-1491)
Notes for Margaret Grey
Here is an e-mail to put Margaret to the right mother...

From: "Douglas Richardson" <royalancestry@email.msn.com>
Subject: Re: CHAMPERNOWNE/DE BODRUGAN (was Pedigree of Elizabeth Beauchamp)
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2001 12:56:26 -0700
Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval

Dear Tim, Don, Ian, etc.

The identification of William Bonville's wife Margaret as daughter of
Reynold Grey, 3rd Lord Grey, of Ruthin, by his wife, Margaret Roos, was
first made by Robert Behra. Mr. Behra found material in the Close Rolls
which proved Margaret (Grey) Bonville's parentage. Several years ago, I had
correspondence with Mr. Behra. He graciously sent me a copy of his
research, which I encouraged him to publish. However, as far as I know, he
has never published his findings. I have since lost track of him.

Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah

E-mail: royalancestry@msn.com


"Tim Powys-Lybbe" <tim@powys.org> wrote in message
news:012ef1554a.tim@southfrm.demon.co.uk...
> In message <3A994EAB.AD5AE292@plantagenet.com>
> Don Stone <DonStone@plantagenet.com> wrote:
>
> > Ian Cairns wrote:
> > >
> > > FWIW, I have the following unsourced info:
> > >
> > > 10 William BONVILLE, Baron Bonville, b. 30 Aug 1393 Shute, Devon
> > > d. 18 Feb 1461
> > > + Margaret MERRIET b. ABT 1397 Chewton Keynsham, Somerset
> > > d. AFT 15 May 1426
> >
> > This William Bonville, K.G., Lord Bonville of Chewton, married Margaret
> > Grey [not Merriet], daughter of Reynold Grey, Lord Grey of Ruthin, and
> > his wife Margaret de Ros.
>
> The information I have is that Margaret was dau of Reynold, 3rd Ld Grey
> of Ruthin, son of Reynold, 2nd Ld Grey by his 2nd wife Joan. This last
> is ambiguous as it could mean that Joan was either the wife of the 2nd
> Reynold or of the 3rd. My other information is that the 2nd Reynold had
> one wife Alianore Lestrange and that the 3rd Reynold had two wives,
> first Margaret Ros and 2nd Joan Astley.
>
> So who was the mother of Margaret Grey, wife of Wm Bonville?
>
> >
> > The parentage of William Bonville's wife Margaret was not generally
> > known until fairly recently; it is obtained from a dowry agreement of
> > 1414 recorded in the Close Rolls. Further confirmation comes from the
> > fact that Margaret is referred to as a noblewoman in a papal register of
> > 1426, more than 20 years before her husband was raised to the peerage.
> > See Roskell, Clark and Rawcliffe, _The History of Parliament: The House
> > of Commons, 1386-1421_, vol. II, pp. 284-288, esp. p. 285.
> >
> > -- Don Stone
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