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Sir William le Boteler Knight, 2nd Baron of Boteler
Margaret Fitz Alan
(Bef 1292-)
Sir William de Handesacre Knight
Sir William le Boteler Knight, 3rd Baron le Boteler
(Bef 1331-1369)
Elizabeth de Handesacre
(-After 1343)
Elizabeth le Boteler Baroness le Boteler


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Sir Robert de Ferrers Knight

Elizabeth le Boteler Baroness le Boteler

  • Born: Oversley, Alcester, Warwickshire, England
  • Marriage: Sir Robert de Ferrers Knight 141
  • Died: Jun 1411, Wem, Shropshire, England 141

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 141
Elizabeth le Botiler dejure, apparently, according to modern doctrine, Baroness le Botiller, daughter and heir, aged 24 at the death of her father. She married, 1stly, (License Coventry and Lichfield, 27 September 1369, to marry in the chapel of the manor of Sir Nocholas Burnell at Acton Burnell, Salop) Robert de Ferrers (younger son of Robert, 3rd Lord Ferrers of Chartley, being only son by his 2nd wife, Joan de la Mote, of Willisham, Suffolk). He having possessed himself of her vast estates (which he entailed on failure of the heirs of his body by her, on his own right heirs), was summoned to Parliament 28 December 1375 to 20 October 1379, by writs directed Roberto de Ferrers de Wemme, whereby he is held to have become Lord le Botiller. Sir Robert died 1380-81.

Elizabeth le Boteler married, 2ndly, 1381-82, Sir John Say.

Elizabeth le Boteler married, 3rdly, before Mich. 2 Hen. IV, Sir Thomas Molinton, who was never summoned to Parliament, but who in his will, dated 7 May 1408, styles himself Lord of Wemme. He died 7 May 1408, and was buried in the chapel of the Brothers of the Holy Cross, London.

Elizabeth le Boteler died June 1411. Will, in which she styles herself Elizabeth Ferrers, Baroness of Wemme, dated 6 June 1410, proved 16 June 1411, directing her burial to be at Holy Cross afsd. On her death any Barony. (whether considered as originating in the writ of 1308 or in that ot 1375) which may be conceived to have been created by the writ of summons, fell, according to modern doctrine, into abeyance between her two granddaughters and coheirs, children of her son and heir apparent, Robert Ferrers, aged 8 in 1380, who died v.m., in 1396.

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. II, pp. 232-233, Vol. XIV, p. 101

Elizabeth married Sir Robert de Ferrers Knight, son of Sir Robert de Ferrers Knight and Joan de la Monte.141 (Sir Robert de Ferrers Knight was born about 1350 in Willisham, Bosmere, Suffolk, England and died on 31 Dec 1380 in Wem, Shropshire, England 141.)


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