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From: "R Phair" <>
Subject: Dolfin fitz Maldred
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 03:18:58 +0000

Le Bateman asked is there proof that Maldred son of Dolfin married a
de Stuteville?

Clay has shown it is very probable that Meldred married a sister of
Roger de Stuteville of Warwickshire, based on a law suit in which
Meldred's son Robert attempted to recover lands he inherited from
his mother [1]. She may have been named Johanna [2]. Roger was a son
of John (d. probably c.1184) son of Robert II de Stuteville [1,3]

[1] C.T. Clay, Antiquaries Journal 31:201-4 (1951); "Early Yorkshire
Families", ed. C. Clay, 1973, pp.67-8, 85-6.
[2] See my 18 Aug 2001 posting Fitz Meldred and Hansard.
[3] For more information about the de Stuteville family, see
"Early Yorkshire Charters", ed. C.T. Clay, v.9, 1952.

Ray Phair

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