Ranulf d’Engaine
Ibria de Trevers Heiress of Burgh-by-Sands
William d’Engaine
(Abt 1101-)
Ada d’Engaine


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Simon de Morville

Ada d’Engaine

  • Born: Burgh-By-Sands, Cumberland, England
  • Marriage: Simon de Morville 141,1379

bullet  General Notes:

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. IX, p.397, Chart titled "Multon Connection" shows:

Simon de Morvill m. Ada Engaine, daughter of William Engaine and Eustacie
Hugh de Morvill m. Heloise de Stutevill
Ada de Morvil married first to Thomas Multon and second to Richard de Lucy 141

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 1379
From A History of the County of Cumberland, Volume II, pp. 152-161, The Priory of Lanercost:

The priory was rich in the possession of churches, for over and above the five churches probably all that were at that time in the barony granted by the founder, the church of Grinesdale was given by Richard de Neuton and Robert le Sor, that of Lazonby was brought into relations with the priory by Ada Engayne and afterwards bestowed by her son Hugh de Morvill, and that of Denton by Buethbarn, the lord of the place. Ada Engayne granted an annuity of three marks out of the revenues of the churches of Burgh-by-Sands and Lazonby for the souls of William Engayne her father and Eustachia her mother, and for the soul of Simon de Morvill her late husband, to which Christian, Bishop of Whithern, and Robert, Archdeacon of Carlisle, were parties. [Reg. of Lanercost, MS. v. 4\endash 6; ii. 15\endash 6; iii. 1\endash 2; xii. 26]

Ada married Simon de Morville 141.,1379 (Simon de Morville was born about 1120 in Kiroswald, Penrith, Cumberland, England and died before 1141 in Burgh-By-Sands, Cumberland, England.)

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