Ancestors of a 21st century British family

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  • ID: I13128
  • Name: Ida Odingsells
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: BEF 1277
  • Death: AFT 1 MAR 1321
  • Note:

    Must have been born bef 1277 if her sister Margaret was the youngest dau.
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    Brought Pirton, and Maxstoke, to her husband, it would seem.
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    Married (1st) Roger de Herdeburgh; (2nd) John de Clinton
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    A Papal petition reveals that Ida?s son, William Clinton, Earl of Huntingdon, had a nephew, Edward le Boteler, a priest.6 Reviewing possible candidates, it was determined that the nephew intended was Edward le Boteler, a younger son of Ela de Herdebugh, wife of William le Boteler, of Wem, Shropshire. Subsequent research has confirmed that Ela de Herdeburgh was in fact William Clinton?s half-sister, being the daughter of Ida de Oddingseles? first marriage to Roger de Herdeburgh.
  • _UID: 921EE4B0C98047ED85CB8AA356B782D19EC3
  • Change Date: 30 MAR 2010



    Father: William de Odingsells
    Mother: Ella Fitzwalter b: in Dunmow, Essex

    Marriage 1 Roger de Herdeburgh
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Ela de Herdeburgh
    2. Has Children Isabel de Herdebergh

    Marriage 2 John Clinton b: 1258 in Amington
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children John Clinton
    2. Has Children William Clinton
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