Emma de Bois
- Born: Thorpe Arnold, Leicestershire, England
- Marriage: Nicholas de Haversham 1202,1244,1246
~The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham, Volume 4, p. 187, Pedigree of Haversham, Nicholas de Haversham, dead 39 Hen. III. He presented to the Church of Haversham in 1222 (6 Hen. III) married Emma Bois, sister and heir of Arnald de Bosco. 1203
Information about this person:
• Pedigree. 1245
Pedigree found in Art, Identity and Devotion in the Fourteenth Century England: Three Women and Their Books of Hours, by Kathryn Ann Smith, p. 24 shows Emma de Bois married to Nicholas de Haversham. She is the younger sister of Joan, married to Thomas de Astley and Arnold VII de Bois (1 Apr 1277) married to Alice, daughter and heir of Henry de Tubney of Oxon. Their parents are given as Arnold VI de Bois (6 Feb 1255) and Joan, co-heir Eva de Gray of Standlake and Dornford, Oxon, and co-heir of John de Beauchamp of Assington, Suff. Arnold VI is given as the son of Arnold V de Bois by his wife, sister of Roger de Bassingham. Arnold V is the son of Arnold IV de Bois (1184) and his wife Emma, daughter of Pain de Houghton. Arnold IV is given as the son of Arnold III de Bois (1147) and Isabel, daughter and heir of Roger Watterville. Arnold III is preceeded by his father, Arnold II of Normandy and England, and his grand father Arnold I of Normany.
• Background Information. 1246
Nicholas de Haversham, who gained a grant of the manor of Haversham manor of Claybrooke from Ernald de Bosco (brother-in-law). Nicholas Haversham had issue by his wife, Emma Bosco, of one son also named Nicholas Haversahm.
Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological Society, Volume XII, "Claybrooke," p. 206
Emma married Nicholas de Haversham, son of Hugh de Haversham and Unknown 1203,1245.,1246 (Nicholas de Haversham died in 1251 in Haversham, Buckinghamshire, England 1204.)