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Ralf de LimisiÂge : 25 ans10601085

Nom
Ralf de Limisi
Prénom(s)
Ralf
Nom de famille
de Limisi
Naissance 1060 30 25
MariageChristina AthelingAfficher cette famille
oui

Décès du pèreHugh de Limisi de Toescini
1060
Décès 1085 (Âge 25 ans)
Naissance d’un fils
#1
Ralf de Limisi
1090 (5 ans après le décès)
Titre
Baron of Oxburg

Famille avec les parents - Afficher cette famille
père
mère
Mariage :
lui
Famille avec Christina Atheling - Afficher cette famille
lui
épouse
Mariage :
fils

Note
Domesday tenant-in-chief of Cavendish, Suffolk. William gave to Ralf the barony of Oxburg, or Oxenburg in Norfolk, and 41 other manors in several counties with the lands of Christina one of the sisters of Prince Edgar, whom Ralf married. They had Ralf who married Hadewise and had Alan, whose son Gerard married Amy, (daughter of Trian de Hornelade of Bidun Limisi), whose son John married Alice, daughter of Robert of Harcourt, died in 1198 and left a son, Hugh, who is said to have died without issue some time after 1223. Through John\'s sister (and co-heir) part of the barony passed by marriage with David de Limisey to the Lindsays, or Lindseys of Scotland. Sources: 1. The Genealogy of the Cushing Family (An account of the Ancestors and Descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638) by James Cushing, The Perrault Printing Co - Montreal, 1905. First Edition, 1877, by Lemuel Cushing, D1881 (Finished by his family)
Note
Domesday tenant-in-chief of Cavendish, Suffolk. William gave to Ralf the barony of Oxburg, or Oxenburg in Norfolk, and 41 other manors in several counties with the lands of Christina one of the sisters of Prince Edgar, whom Ralf married. They had Ralf who married Hadewise and had Alan, whose son Gerard married Amy, (daughter of Trian de Hornelade of Bidun Limisi), whose son John married Alice, daughter of Robert of Harcourt, died in 1198 and left a son, Hugh, who is said to have died without issue some time after 1223. Through John\'s sister (and co-heir) part of the barony passed by marriage with David de Limisey to the Lindsays, or Lindseys of Scotland. Sources: 1. The Genealogy of the Cushing Family (An account of the Ancestors and Descendants of Matthew Cushing, who came to America in 1638) by James Cushing, The Perrault Printing Co - Montreal, 1905. First Edition, 1877, by Lemuel Cushing, D1881 (Finished by his family)