Name: Joane Bassingbourne
Death: AFT 15 OCT 1272 1
Change Date: 15 MAY 2009
I did have William de Mauduit?s wife as Eugenia FitzWarin, but I have now made her his mother in law.
John Ravilious?s says that the Bassingbourne ?marriage would give ancestry including Ju(d)hel de Totnes, the FitzWarins of Whittington, co. Salop....?
Only 5 years between death of her grandfather and her husband?
It is known that the wardship of Thomas Mauduit, born c. 1248, was granted to Warin de Bassingbourne, and that Thomas Mauduit was subsequently married to Warin de Bassingbourne's daughter, Joan. The problem here is that Warin de Bassingbourne was the grand nephew of Eugenia Fitz Warin. If Eugenia Fitz Warin had been Thomas Mauduit's grandmother, then there would have been a consanguinity problem if he married Joan de Bassingbourne, as Joan descends from Eugenia Fitz Warin's sister, Eve Fitz Warin.
We now know that Eugenia Fitz Warin was married to William Mauduit (died c.1264), not his father, Thomas Mauduit (died c.
1244). And we know that Eugenia Fitz Warin was not the mother of William Mauduit's son and heir, Thomas Mauduit, born c. 1248. And we know that William Mauduit had a second wife, Eve, who I presume was the mother of the younger Thomas Mauduit, born c.1248. The Mauduit family still retains a descent from the Fitz Warin family through Joan de Bassingbourne, whose great-grandmother was Eve Fitz Warin, wife of Oliver de Tracy and Thomas de London.
Father: Warin Bassingbourne
Mother: Isabel de Sacy
William De Mauduit
- Warine De Mauduit
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Title: Robert Desch
- Text: Douglas Richardson
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