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From: Dcrdcr4< >
Subject: Re: SIR ROGER LA ZOUCHE
Date: 26 Mar 1999 10:11:14 GMT
I just posted an incorrect answer to your post. Here is the correct
information. This is based on original research not found elsewhere in print.
Margaret, wife of Roger la Zouche, was the daughter of
Henry Biset, of Kidderminster, co. Worcester and Rockbourne, Hampshire,
benfactor of Hospital of Maiden Bradley. He married (lst) Aubrey, daughter of
Richard Fitz Eustace (ancestor of the Lacy family), with whom he had land in
Emsal, Marton, Plumtree, and the whole town of Harworth, co. Nottingham in
frank marriage. They had three children, William, John and Margaret (above).
He married (2nd) Iseult Pantolf, daughter of Roger Pantolf, of Abkettleby, co.
Leciester, widow of Walter de Tateshall and Hugh de Montpincon. He died
shortly before 11 Dec. 1213. His widow married (4th) Amaury de St. Amand of
Bloxham, co. Oxford.
Henry Biset was the son of:
Manasser (or Manser, Mancel) Biset, steward of King Henry II, lord of
Kidderminster, co. Worcester, and Rockbourne, Hampshire, adult by 1153. He
married Alice de Cany, sister and heiress of Gilbert de Falaise, lord of Cany
in Seine Inferieure in Normandy. They had two children, Henry (above) and
Margaret. Manasser and his wife founded the Hospital of Maiden Bradley. He
died about 1176 [Reference: Pipe Rolls, 1176-7].
Manasser Biset's parentage is unknown but he had a brother, William Biset, to
whom he gave the manor of East Bridgford, co. Nottingham.
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