Robert de Tateshal
(Abt 1232-After 1277)
Robert de Dryby
(Abt 1290-)
Joan Tateshal Baroness
Alice de Dryby
(Abt 1283-1341)


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Alice de Dryby

  • Born: Abt 1283, Wokefield, Bershire, England
  • Marriage: Sir William de Bernake Knight 814,821
  • Died: 12 Apr 1341, Tatterford, Norfolk, England about age 58 1029
  • Buried: Hethersett, Norfolk, England 1029

bullet  General Notes:

~Richardon's, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 494. Alice, daughter of Robert de Driby, of Driby, Lincolnshire was the wife of Sir William de Bernak, of Tattershall, Bokenham, Besthope. 599

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 821
William de Bernake of Buckenham, Besthorpe, Hethersett, Norfolk was married to Alice, daugher of Robert de Diby.

~ Richardson's Magna Carta Ancestry, p. 366

• Background Information. 814
Alice, wife of Sir William Bernake, was the daughter and heir of Robert Drirby by Joane his wife, one of the sisters and coheirs of Robert de Tatshall.

~ Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Vol. I, p. 168

• Background Information. 1029
Alice de Dryby, daughter and sole hair of Sir Robert Dryby and Joan de Tateshall, married Sir William Bernak. Alice died 12 Apr 1341, and was buried at Hethersett. she enfeoffed Hugh Bernak, clerk, with Plassinghall, in Attleburh and Besthorpe, and other manors. Hudh died in 1340, when it went to John Bernak.

~Memorials of the Parochial Church, the Collegiate Chantry, and the Chapel of St. Mary, Dryby Pedigree, p. 182

Alice married Sir William de Bernake Knight, son of Hugh de Bernake and Maud de Woodthorpe 814.,821 (Sir William de Bernake Knight was born about 1265 in Aisthorpe, Lincolnshire, England, died on 6 Apr 1339 in Lincolnshire, England 995 and was buried in Hethersett, Norfolk, England 1029.)

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