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From: wjhonson <>
Subject: Re: Gilbert de Lacy
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2010 18:26:40 -0800 (PST)
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On Feb 4, 5:54 pm, CE Wood <> wrote:
> Hugh de Lacy father of son, Walter, was the father of both the
> childless Hugh and Walter, per Rev. G. Roberts, _Some Account of
> Llanthony Priory_, 1847. http://www.ewyaslacy.org.uk/doc.php?d=gc_ewy_3045
> "Possessions of Llanthony.— The inheritance of Hugh de Lacy,
> augmented by the forfeited lands of his eldest brother Robert,
> descended, in default of his issue, to his two sisters, Emmeline,
> (Ermaline) who died childless, and Emme, who married some one unknown.
> She had a son, named Gilbert, who took the name of his mother, de
> lacy. A second Hugh de Lacy was the son of Gilbert. He adhered
> stedfastly to Henry the Second, rendered important services in the
> conquest of Ireland, obtained a grant of the whole territory of Meath,
> with all things belonging to it, and was married in Ireland, a.d.
This author ignores the problems in the line and makes it seems like
there is no conflict in the primary sources however.
where the conflict is laid out.