Vitalis Engaine, who likewise had espoused the cause of the barons, and had not, therefore, possession of the estates of the family until the accession of Henry III. He married 1st Clemence, daughter of Aubrey de Vere, Earl of Oxford, widow of Sir Jordan de Sackville, and 2nd Roesia, one of the three sisters and co-heirs of the honour of Montgomery, in Wales, daughters of Walter Montgomery. They had four sons: Vitalis; Henry, who succeeded his father, had his lands sequestered by King Henry III, when he disobeyed an order to march against the Welsh. but they were restored soon after by the "Dictum of Kenilworth." Henry never married, died 1271.
Father: Richard Engaine
Mother: *Sarah de Vere b: 1172 in Hatfield, Broad Oaks, Essex, England
Marriage 1 Roesia de Montgomery