Gerard de Lisle
- Marriage: Alice de Armenters 141
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 141
Gerard de Lisle, younger son of Robert de Lisle, by Alice, daughter and eventual heir of Henry Fitz Gerold, in 1260 received Mundford, Norfolk from his parents, and in 1270 Kingston Lisle in Sparsholt, Berks, from his mother. He took part against the King in the Barons' War, and his lands were given to his brother Robert, who restored them on the pacification in 1269. In 1275, he had free warren in Kingston Lisle, and in Stowe, Northants, and Burley, Rutland, which came to him with his wife. In 1277, he was going to Wales in the King's service, and was summoned for military service from March 1282/3 to Jun 1287, and on 28 Jun 1283 to attend the King at Shrewsbury.
Gerard de Lisle, married, in or before 1271, Alice, daughter and heir of Henry de Armenters. He was living in June 1287, but died before November 1288. His widow was living in 1290.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. VIII, p. 48
Gerard married Alice de Armenters, daughter of Henry de Armenters and Unknown.141 (Alice de Armenters was born in Stowe Nine Churches, Daventry, Northamptonshire, England and died Afterh 1290 in England 141.)