Waryn de Burwardslegh Lord of Burwardeslegh
Sir Walter de Bromley Knight
Alicia de Burwardslegh
Galfridus de Bromley


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Galfridus de Bromley

  • Born: Bromleigh, Staffordshire, England
  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: 20 Nov 1272-19 Nov 1273, Bromleigh, Staffordshire, England 784

bullet   Another name for Galfridus was Geoffrey de Bromley.713

bullet  Information about this person:

• Children. 713
Children given in George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol III, "Bromely of Badington Pedigree," Collated with Inqus. Plea and Recognizance Rolls, pp. 371-372 & given in Collin's Peerage of England, p. 247:

Sir Robert de Bromley, of Ashley, Staffordshire, living in 1 Edward 2. Had ason named John de Bromley, of Ashley living in 23 Edward III, who had a duaghter and his heiress named Alice who married John de Froddesham.
Richard de Bromley, who married the daughter and heiress of ______Knocton

• Background Information. 784
The family of Bromley, anciently written Bromlegh, is descended from Sir Walter Bromleghe, of Bromleghe, in Staffordshire, Knight, who was living during the reign of King John (1199-1216). His descendent flourish in the counties of Chester. He married Alice, the eldest sister and one of the heirs of Roger de Burwardeslegh, son of Warin de Burwardenslegh, lord of the manor of Estelegh, Staffordshire.

Walter and Alice had a son Galfridus de Bromlegh. Galfridus died in 21 Edward I and was followed by his son Richard Bromlegh, who was in turn followed by his son Robert.

Alice and Roger de Burwardeslegh had a sister who was married to John de Ipstones, whose son, also named John, died without issue in 21 Edward I. This left Walter's and Alice's son Galfridus the heir to John Ipstones.

~Collins's Complete Peerage, Vol. VII, p. 247

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