Hugh de Lacy
(Abt 1006-After 1066)
Walter Lord de Lacy 1st Lord of Weobley
(Abt 1036-1085)
Emma de Lacy
(Abt 1082-)


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Possibly Hugh Talbot

Emma de Lacy

  • Born: Abt 1082, Herefordshire, England
  • Marriage: Possibly to Hugh Talbot 722

bullet  General Notes:

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, Vol. IX, p. 425, Chart shows Hugh de Lacy with son Walter, m. to Emma. The children of Water and Emma are Roger de Lacy, who was banish in 1096; Hugh II de Lace, who married Adeliz; Walter de Lacy was was the Abbot of Gloucester, 1130-1139; and Emma de Lacy. The chart continues with Emma de Lacy, married to someone unknown person, with a son named Gilbert, who took the name of Lacy. 141

~Turton's, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 74, calls her the mother of Gilbert.450

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 722
Walter de Lacy's land passed on to his son Roger. Roger rebelled against Rufus and was banished n 1095. The king gave roger's forfeited estates to his brother Hugh de Lacy. Hugh de Lacy died sometime before 1122 without issue and his estates escheated to the crown. This land now was given to Pagan Fitz John by Henry I. Pagn Fitz-John feel in a Welsh foray by being pierced through the head with a spear. The land was next held by Joceas de Dynan, by a gift of Stephen. In about 1143 the land went to Gilbert de Lacy, nephew of the deceased baron. Gilbert was then recognized by Stephen and became the lord of Ewyas.

Emma possibly married Hugh Talbot.722

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