Roger de Huntingfield Lord of East Bradenham
- Born: Abt 1139, East Bradenham, Norfolk, England
- Marriage: Alice de St. Liz 141
- Died: 1204, Huntingfield, Suffolk, England about age 65 141
~Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 187:1, Roger de Huntingfield, Lord of East Bradenham, Norfolk, married Alice de Senlis.
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• Background Information. 821
Sir William de Huntingfield was the son and heir of Roger Fitz William also known as Roger de Huntingfield, by Alice de Senlis, daughter of Saher de Quincy, of Long Buckby and Daventry, Northamptonshire.
~Richardson's Magna Carta Ancestry, pg. 446
• Background Information. 141
Roger son of William de Huntingfield, conformed a gift of Thomas de Multon to the Abbey of Spalding [Add. MS> 5844, pp.386/7], and in 1196, Hugh, Abbot of Sées, granted to the monks of Herst and Mendham the portion of Sées in the church of Mendham for a rent of 100s. with goodwill of Sir Roger de Huntingfield [Round, Cal. Docs. in France]. In 1199, Roger de Huntingfield gave 200 marks for 15 librates of land of the Honor of Lancaster in Norfolk and Suffolk [Cal. Fine Rolls]. He and his wife, Alice de Senlis, are stated to have died in 1204 [Har. MS. 506]
~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. VI, (Note A) p. 671
Roger married Alice de St. Liz, daughter of Saher de Quincy and Maud de St. Liz Lady Bradham.141 (Alice de St. Liz was born in 1141 in East Bradenham, Norfolk, England and died in 1204 in East Bradenham, Norfolk, England 141.)