Name: Elizabeth de La Stane 1
Death: ABT 1316
Change Date: 14 FEB 2010
Coheiress of father.
Elizabeth de Norton died in or before 1315?16, having borne her husband two sons, Peter, who died vivente patre, (Footnote 90) and Thomas.
James de Norton died ante 27 Jan. 1330 and was succeeded in his third share by Thomas,who died, a knight, in 1346. (Footnote 92) A third of Thomas's share was given in dower to his wife, Margaret, (Footnote 93) who later married Robert de la Puylle. (Footnote 94) The remaining two-thirds were assigned to the custody of Peter de Brewes until Ralph, Thomas's son, should come of age. (Footnote 95)
William Dawtrey (de Alta Ripa) was holding the manor of Empshott, Hants, in 1291, in which year he settled it on Peter de la Stane (or Stone) (fn. 11) for life, with reversion to John Dawtrey (possibly son of William) and Elizabeth his wife, who may have been a daughter of Peter, (fn. 12) with reversion to the heirs of Peter if John and Elizabeth died without issue. It is just possible that this Elizabeth survived her husband and became the wife of James de Norton who held the manor in the early fourteenth century.
One of three coheiresses.
Father: Peter de la Stane
Mother: Christina de Aubigny b: 1252
John Dawtrey or de Alta Ripa
- Eve de Hauterive or Dawtrey
James de Norton b: ABT 1286 in of Norton, Hampshire
- Thomas Norton b: ABT 1312 in of Norton, Hampshire
- Type: Web Site
Title: IGI (Aft Oct 2002)
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Wiltshire