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List of nobles and magnates of England in the 13th century

During the 13th century England was partially ruled by Archbishops, Bishops, Earls (Counts), Barons, marcher Lords, and knights. All of these except for the knights would always hold most of their fiefs as tenant in chief. Although the kings maintained control of huge tracts of lands through judges, constables, castles, and sheriffs, the nobles of England were still powerful. This is a list of the various different nobles and magnates including both lords spiritual and lords secular. It also includes nobles who were vassals of the king but were not based in England (Welsh, Irish, French). Additionally nobles of lesser rank who appear to have been prominent in England at the time. The nobles are listed categorically by rank starting with the Archbishops and going down to the nobles who did not hold titles.

Archbishops

The word Archbishop originates as an additional honor for powerful bishops who held sway over several dioceses.[1] Archbishops were usually associated with an important city holding land and influence within the city[2]

Note: Several Archbishops are not listed because they were either not consecrated, set aside within 3 years, did not rule for more than a year, or were quashed by the pope/the king.

# Title Coats of Arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
1 Archbishop of Canterbury
Angl-Canterbury-Arms.svg
Hubert Walter(1193-1205) Stephen Langton (1207-1228) Richard le Grant (1229-1231) Edmund of Abingdon (1234-1240) Boniface of Savoy (bishop) (1241-1270) Robert Kilwardby (1273-1278) John Peckham (1279-1292) Robert Winchelsey (1294-1313)
2 Archbishop of York
Arms of the Archbishop of York.svg
Geoffrey (archbishop of York) (1191-1212) Walter de Gray (1216-1255) Sewal de Bovil (1256-1258) Godfrey Ludham (1258-1265) Walter Giffard (1266-1279) William de Wickwane (1279-1285) John le Romeyn (1286-1296) Henry of Newark (1298-1299)
3 Archbishop of Dublin
Archbishop of Dublin arms.svg
John Comyn (bishop) (1181-1212) Henry de Loundres (1213-1228) Luke (Archbishop of Dublin) (1230-1255) Fulk Basset (1256-1271) John de Derlington (1279-1284) John de Sandford (1286-1294) William Houghton (bishop) (1296-1298) Richard de Ferings (1299-1306)
4 Archbishop of Bordeaux
Arms of Guillaume II Amanieu de Geneva (d.1227).svg
Hélie de Malemort (1188-1207) Guillaume II Amanieu de Genève (1207-1227) Géraud de Malemort (1227-1261) Pierre de Roncevault (1261-1270) Simon de Rochechouart (1275-1280) Guillaume III (archbishop of Bordeaux) (1285-1287) Henri de Genève (1289-1297) Boson de Salignac (1297-1299)

Earls/Counts

Earls (referred to as Comitis in records) were powerful lords holding their lands per baronium[3]. Technically they were the kings highest representative in their given shires (outranking even the sheriff who were referred to as vicecomitem[4] (Vice-Counts)), for example the Earl of Devon would be the highest administrator of Devonshire, however he was not the overlord of the barons in Devonshire (though he could be for certain manors but the baron could just as well be the overlord of a different manor which the earl possessed).

# Title Region Coats of Arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
1 Earls Palatine of Chester Wales
Ranulf de Blondeville, 6th Earl of Chester (1181-1232) John of Scotland, Earl of Huntingdon (1232-1237) Edward I of England (1254-1264) Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester (1264-1265) Alphonso, Earl of Chester (1273-1284)
2 Earls Palatine of Lancaster North-West
Edmund Crouchback (1245-1296)
3 Earls of Devon South-West
William de Redvers, 5th Earl of Devon (1193-1217) Baldwin de Redvers, 6th Earl of Devon (1217-1245) Baldwin de Redvers, 7th Earl of Devon (1245-1262) Isabel de Forz, suo jure 8th Countess of Devon (1262-1293)
4 Earls of Warwick West Midlands
Henry de Beaumont, 5th Earl of Warwick (1204-1229) Thomas de Beaumont, 6th Earl of Warwick (1208-1242) Margaret de Beaumont, 7th Countess of Warwick (1242-1253) William Mauduit, 8th Earl of Warwick (1221-1268) William de Beauchamp, 9th Earl of Warwick (1238-1298) Guy de Beauchamp, 10th Earl of Warwick (1298-1315)
5 Earls of Kent South-East
Hubert de Burgh, 1st Earl of Kent (1227-1243)
6 Earls of Hereford West Midlands
Henry de Bohun, 1st Earl of Hereford (1119-1220) Humphrey de Bohun, 2nd Earl of Hereford (1220-1275) Humphrey de Bohun, 3rd Earl of Hereford (1275-1297) Humphrey de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford (1298-1322)
7 Counts of Armagnac (de jure) Gascony
Gerald IV Trancaleon (1188-1215) Gerald V of Armagnac (1215-1219) Pierre-Gerald, Count of Armagnac (1219-1241) Bernard V, Count of Armagnac (1241-1245) Arnauld II (1245-1249) Mascarose II (1249-1256) Gerald VI, Count of Armagnac (1256-1285) Bernard VI, Count of Armagnac (1285-1319)
8 Counts of Bigorre Gascony
Petronilla, Countess of Bigorre (1194-1251) Eskivat de Chabanais (1255-1283) Laura, Countess of Bigorre (1283-1302)
9 Counts of Astarac Gascony
Centule I of Astarac (1174-1233) Bernard IV of Astarac (1249-1291)
10 Counts of Comminges Gascony
Bernard IV, Count of Comminges (1176-1225) Bernard V, Count of Comminges (1225-1241) Bernard VI, Count of Comminges (1241-1295) Bernard VII, Count of Comminges (1295-1312)
11 Counts of Aumale Gascony (De jure)
William de Forz, 3rd Earl of Albemarle (1215-1242) William de Forz, 4th Earl of Albemarle (1242-1260) Thomas de Forz, 5th Earl of Albemarle (1260-1269) Aveline de Forz, Countess of Albemarle (1269-1274)
12 Earls of Huntingdon East
John of Scotland, Earl of Huntingdon (1219-1237)
13 Earls of Norfolk East
Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk (1189-1225) Roger Bigod, 4th Earl of Norfolk (1209-1270) Roger Bigod, 5th Earl of Norfolk (1270-1306)
14 Earls of Cornwall South-West
Richard of Cornwall (1225-1272) Edmund, 2nd Earl of Cornwall (1272-1300)
15 Earls of Surrey South-East
William de Warenne, 5th Earl of Surrey (1202-1240) John de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey (1251-1304)
16 Earls of Leicester East Midlands
Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester (1239-1265) Edmund Crouchback (1265-1296)
17 Earls of Richmond Yorkshire
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18 Earls of Gloucester West Midlands
Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Gloucester (1225-1230) Richard de Clare, 6th Earl of Gloucester (1230-1262) Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester (1262-1295) Gilbert de Clare, 8th Earl of Gloucester (1295-1314)
19 Earls of Derby East Midlands
William de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby (1190-1247) William de Ferrers, 5th Earl of Derby (1247-1254) Robert de Ferrers, 6th Earl of Derby (1239-1279)
20 Marcher-Earls of Pembroke Wales
William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke (1199-1219) William Marshal, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (1219-1231) Richard Marshal, 3rd Earl of Pembroke (1231-1234) Gilbert Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke (1234-1241) Walter Marshal, 5th Earl of Pembroke (1242-1245)
21 Earls of Hertford East
Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Gloucester (1217-1230) Richard de Clare, 6th Earl of Gloucester (1230-1262) Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester (1262-1295) Gilbert de Clare, 8th Earl of Gloucester (1295-1314)
22 Earls of Arundel South-East
William d'Aubigny, 3rd Earl of Arundel (1193-1221) William d'Aubigny, 4th Earl of Arundel (1221-1224) Hugh d'Aubigny, 5th Earl of Arundel (1224-1243)
23 Earls of Essex East
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Geoffrey Fitz Peter, 1st Earl of Essex (1199-1213) Geoffrey FitzGeoffrey de Mandeville, 2nd Earl of Essex (1213-1216) William FitzGeoffrey de Mandeville, 3rd Earl of Essex (1216-1227) Humphrey de Bohun, 2nd Earl of Hereford (1239-1275) Humphrey de Bohun, 3rd Earl of Hereford (1275-1297) Humphrey de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford (1298-1322)
24 Earls of Oxford (Master Chamberlain) South-East
Arms of de Vere.svg
Aubrey de Vere, 2nd Earl of Oxford (1194-1214) Robert de Vere, 3rd Earl of Oxford (1214-1221) Hugh de Vere, 4th Earl of Oxford (1221-1263) Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford (1263-1265, 1267-1296) Robert de Vere, 6th Earl of Oxford (1296-1331)
25 Earls of Lincoln East Midlands
Ranulf de Blondeville, 6th Earl of Chester (1217-1231) John de Lacy, 2nd Earl of Lincoln (1232-1240) Margaret de Quincy, Countess of Lincoln (1232-1266) Henry de Lacy, 3rd Earl of Lincoln (1272-1311)
26 Earls of Winchester South-East
Saer de Quincy, 1st Earl of Winchester (1207-1219) Roger de Quincy, 2nd Earl of Winchester (1219-1264)
27 Earls of Ulster Ireland
Hugh de Lacy, 1st Earl of Ulster (1205-1243) Walter de Burgh, 1st Earl of Ulster (1264-1271) Richard Óg de Burgh, 2nd Earl of Ulster (1271-1326)

Lords Spiritual

The lords spiritual were bishops, abbots, and other leading clergymen who functioned similarly to feudal barons holding their land per baronium.[5] Generally they were centered at a cathedral or abbey and not a castle and although some were expected to provide soldiers for the king, they were not expected to fight themselves (however some of them did). Bishops who ruled for less than three years will not be listed to avoid clutter.

# Title Region County/Shire Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
1 Bishops-Palatine of Durham North-East Durhamshire
Angl-Ebor-Durham-Arms.svg
Philip of Poitou (1197-1208) Richard Poore (1209-1213, 1229-1237) Richard Marsh (bishop) (1217-1226) Nicholas Farnham (1241-1249) Walter of Kirkham (1249-1260) Robert Stitchill (1260-1274) Robert of Holy Island (1274-1283) Antony Bek (bishop of Durham) (1284-1310)
2 Bishops of London South-East Middlesex
Diocese of London arms.svg
William of Sainte-Mère-Église (1198-1221) Eustace of Fauconberg (1221-1228) Roger Niger (1228-1241) Fulk Basset (bishop of London) (1241-1259) Henry of Sandwich (1262-1272) John Chishull (1273-1280) Richard Gravesend (1280-1303)
3 Bishops of Winchester South-East Hampshire
Diocese of Winchester arms.svg
Godfrey de Luci (1189-1204) Peter des Roches (1205-1238) William de Raley (1240-1250) Aymer de Valence (bishop) (1250-1260) John Gervais (1262-1268) Nicholas of Ely (1268-1282) John of Pontoise (1282-1304)
4 Bishops of Norwich East Norfolk
Diocese of Norwich arms.svg
John de Gray (1200-1214) Pandulf Verraccio (1215-1226) Thomas Blunville (1226-1236) William de Raley (1239-1243) Walter Suffield (1245-1257) Simon Walton (bishop) (1258-1266) Roger Skerning (1266-1278) William Middleton (bishop) (1278-1288) Ralph Walpole (1289-1299)
5 Bishops of Carlisle North-West Yorkshire
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Bernard (bishop of Carlisle) (1203-1214) Hugh of Beaulieu (1214-1223) Walter Mauclerk (1223-1246) Silvester de Everdon (1246-1254) Robert de Chauncy (1257-1278) Ralph of Irton (1278-1292) John de Halton (1292-1324)
6 Bishops of Ely East Cambridgeshire
Diocese of Ely arms.svg
Eustace (bishop of Ely) (1198-1215) John of Fountains (1220-1225) Hugh of Northwold (1229-1254) Hugh de Balsham (1258-1286) John Kirkby (bishop of Ely) (1286-1290) William of Louth (1290-1298)
7 Bishops of Bath South-West Somerset
Diocese of Bath and Wells arms.svg
Savaric FitzGeldewin (1192-1206) Jocelin of Wells (1206-1242) Roger of Salisbury (bishop of Bath and Wells) (1244-1247) William of Bitton (1248-1264) William of Bitton (nephew) (1267-1274) Robert Burnell (1275-1292) William of March (1293-1302)
8 Bishops of Salisbury South-West Wiltshire
Diocese of Salisbury arms.svg
Herbert Poore (1194-1217) Richard Poore (1217-1228) Robert de Bingham (1229-1246) William de York (1246-1256) Giles of Bridport (1256-1262) Walter de la Wyle (1263-1271) Robert Wickhampton (1271-1284) Nicholas Longespee (1291-1297) Simon of Ghent (1297-1315)
9 Bishops of Chichester South-East Sussex
Diocese of Chichester arms.svg
Seffrid II (1180-1204) Nicholas de Aquila (1209-1214) Ranulf of Wareham (1217-1222) Ralph Neville (1224-1244) Richard of Chichester (1244-1253) John Climping (1253-1262) Stephen Bersted (1262-1287) Gilbert of St Leonard (1288-1305)
10 Bishops of Exeter South-West Devonshire
Diocese of Exeter arms.svg
Henry Marshal (bishop of Exeter) (1194-1206) Simon of Apulia (1214-1223) William Briwere (1224-1244) Richard Blund (1245-1257) Walter Branscombe (1258-1280) Peter Quinel (1280-1291) Thomas Bitton (1291-1307)
11 Bishops of Lincoln East Midlands Lincolnshire
Diocese of Lincoln arms.svg
Hugh of Wells (1209-1235) Robert Grosseteste (1235-1253) Henry of Lexington (1254-1258) Richard of Gravesend (1258-1279) Oliver Sutton (bishop) (1280-1299)
12 Bishops of Hereford West Midlands Herefordshire
Arms ThomasDeCantilupe Died1282 BishopOfHereford.svg
13 Bishops of Coventry and Lichfield West Midlands Staffordshire
Diocese of Lichfield arms.svg
14 Bishops of Rochester South-East Kent
CoA Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochester.svg
15 Bishops of Worcester West Midlands Worcestershire
Diocese of Worcester arms.svg
Mauger of Worcester (1199-1212) Randulf of Evesham (1212-1214) Walter de Gray (1214-1216) Sylvester of Worcester (1216-1218) William de Blois (bishop of Worcester) (1218-1236) Walter de Cantilupe (1236-1265) Nicholas of Ely (1266-1268) Godfrey Giffard (1268-1301)
16 Abbots of Westminster South-East Middlesex Ralph de Arundel (1200-1214) William de Humez (1214-1222) Richard of Barking (1222-1246) Richard de Crokesley (1246-1258) Richard of Ware (1258-1283) Walter de Wenlok (1283-1307)
17 Abbots of St. Maries York Yorkshire William de Roundel (?-1239) Thomas de Warthill (~1239-~1258) Simon de Warwick (1258-1296) Benedict de Malton (1296-1303)
18 Abbots of Peterborough East Midlands Cambridgeshire Acharius (1200-1210) Robert of Lindsey (1214-1222) Alexander of Holdermess (1222-1226) Martin of Ramsey (1226-1233) Walter of Bury St Edmunds (1233-1245) John de Caux (1250-1262) Robert of Sutton (1262-1273) Richard of London (1274-1295) William of Woodward (1295-1299)
19 Abbots of BlackFriars
20 Abbots of GreyFriars
21 Abbots of battle Abbey

Barons & Royal Demesne Equivalents

Holding land per baronium (by barony) was considered the highest form of land tenure. Barons were generally tenants in chief who held usually 10-50 manors, often scattered around but usually with a general grouping of estates around the Caput Baronium. Many of these manors were held by knights who provided military service to their lord. Often a few of the baron's manors were held from another tenant in chief. A barony with more than 20 manors in it was termed an honour.[6] Most bishops also held their land per baronium and all earls held their land per baronium.

Welsh Marcher Barons Under the Crown

Marcher-lords enjoyed a greater degree of independence having almost all feudal rights (build castles, have sheriffs, declare war, establish boroughs, establish markets, confiscate lands, legislative power, hold mini parliament).[7][8] However they could not mint coins nor could they judge someone guilty of high treason and if they died without heirs their land would revert to the crown. Marcher lordships seem to have functioned in a similar way to that of a state in the Holy Roman Empire, enjoying extensive freedom but still subject to the crown.

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Barony of Meath/Fingal
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Walter de Lacy, Lord of Meath (1194-1241)
Barony of Clifford
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Walter de Clifford (died 1221) (1199-1208) Walter de Clifford (died 1263) (1208-1263) John Giffard, 1st Baron Giffard (1263-1299 title changed to Baron Giffard?)
Barony of Bramber
William de Braose, 4th Lord Bramber.svg
William de Braose, 4th Lord of Bramber (1179-1211) Reginald de Braose (1211-1228)
Barony of Glamorgon
CoA Gilbert de Clare.svg
(Held by the Earls of Gloucester)
Barony of Gower
William de Braose, coat of arms, Falkirk Roll.svg
John de Braose William de Braose, 1st Baron Braose
Barony of Whittingham
Arms of Fitzwarin.svg
Maurice of Powis (1200-1204) Fulk FitzWarin (1204-1258) [As a vassal of the Earls of Gloucester]
Barony of Dyffryn Clwyd (Grey)
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Henry de Grey (~1200-1219) Sir John de Grey (~1219-1266) Reginald de Grey, 1st Baron Grey de Wilton (1266-1308)
Barony of Brecknock
Arms of John de Havering (d.1309).svg
John de Havering
Barony of Wigmore/Mortimer
Arms of the House of Mortimer.svg
Roger Mortimer of Wigmore (1181-1214) Ralph de Mortimer (1227-1246) Roger Mortimer, 1st Baron Mortimer (1246-1308)
Barony of Montgomery William de Boell (1233-~1250)
Barony of Knockin
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John Lestrange (~1223-1269)
Barony Mortimer de Chirk
Arms of Roger de Mortimer, 1st Baron Mortimer of Chirk (d.1326).svg
Roger Mortimer de Chirk (~1275-1326)
Barony of Cemais/Kemes
Blason Barre-des-Cevennes 1.svg
William I FitzMartin (~1190-1209) William II FitzMartin (1209-1216) Sir Nicholas FitzMartin (~1225-1282) William, Lord Martin (1282-1324)
Barony of Monmouth John Fitzgilbert de Monmouth (1189-1248) John de Monmouth (Baron) (1248-1257) John II de Monmouth (1257-1281) (Hanged for murder)
Barony of Blenlevenny
Arms of Peter FitzHerbert (d.1235).svg
Peter FitzHerbert (~1214-1235) Herbert Fitzpiers (1235-1248) Reginald FitzPiers (1248-1286) John FitzReginald (1286-1310)
Lordship of Monmouth John of Monmouth (1189-1248) John of Monmouth (died 1257) (1248-1257)
Lordship of Carleon/Machen Castle
COA HYWEL of Caerleon.svg
Hywel ab Iorwerth (~1184-1216) Morgan ap Hywel (1216-1248)

Feudal Barons and Barons by Writ Under the Crown

The difference between a feudal barony and a barony by writ is not a clear distinction since barons had been summoned for council before the parliaments of that later 13th century.[9] Barons who attended the Curia Regis of 1237 were undoubtedly equal in rank to the ones later summoned to the parliaments of 1246 and beyond. In fact many of the barons attending the Curia Regis were predecessors to those attending the later Parliaments.

Bedfordshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Honour of Bedford
Arms FalkesDeBréauté Died1226 PerChronicaMajora.svg
Falkes de Breauté (1216-1224) Besieged and confiscated by the crown
Barony of Eaton Bray
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William de Cantilupe (died 1239) William de Cantilupe (died 1251) William de Cantilupe (died 1254) George de Cantilupe
Barony de Wahull of Odell Castle
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Walter de Wahull II (~1170-1208) Saher de Wahull (~1208-1250) Walter de Wahull III (~1250-1269) John de Wahull (1269-1296) Thomas de Wahull (1296-1303)
Barony of Cainhoe
Royal Arms of England (1154-1189).svg
Under the house de Albini until 1233
Barony of Old Wardon
Trailly arms.svg
Walter de Trailly (1180-1206) Walter de Trailly II (1206-1220) John de Trailly (1220-1235) John de Trailly II (1235-1272) Walter de Trailly III (1272-1289) John de Trailly III (1289-1304)
Barony of Tilsworth Castle
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Adam de Moreteyn (1175-1210) Eustace I de Morteyn (1210-1223) Eustace II de Morteyn (1223-1234) Roger de Morteyn I (1234~1280) Roger de Morteyn II (~1280-1320)

Berkshire

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Royal Demesne in Berkshire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

. Windsor Castle

. Bray (Village)?

Barony of Langley
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Adam de Tindale II (1190-1250) Nicholas de Bolteby (1250-1273) Adam de Bolteby (1273-1291) Thomas de Lucy (1291-1304)

Buckinghamshire

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Barony of Hanslope
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William Maudit of Hanslope (~1196-1257), Hereditary Chamberlain of the Exchequer William Mauduit, 8th Earl of Warwick(1230-1268), Earl of Warwick
Barony of Lavendon  
Arms of Brewer.svg
William Brewer (justice)
Barony of Whitchurch/Bolbec Castle
Arms of de Vere.svg
Hugh de Vere, 4th Earl of Oxford
Barony of Wolverton William FitzHamo (1200-1247) John Wolverton (baron) (1247-1274) John Wolverton II (1274-1341)
Moietys of Eton William de Wyndsore (1198-1215) William de Wyndsore II (1215-1248) William de Wyndsore III (1248-1273) Richard de Wyndsore (1273-1326)

Cambridgeshire

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd
Royal Demesne in Cambridgeshire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

1. Cambridge Castle

2. Comberton (Manor)

3. Hinxton

Barony of Caxton ? ? ?

Cornwall

Barons of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Barony of Launceston
Royal Arms of England.svg
Escheated to the crown in 1189 and granted to John, King of England (1189-1216) before he was king of England, Later became a royal fief.
Barony of Trematon (Honour)
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Roger II de Vautort (1173-1206) Reginald II de Vautort (1206-1245) Ralph II de Vautort (1245-1257) Reginald III de Vautort (1257-1269) Roger I Passed to the earl of Cornwall in 1270
Barony of Cardinham (Honour)
Arms of Dynham.svg
Robert de Cardinham (~1200-1230) Andrew de Cardinham (1230-1254) Thomas de Tracey (1254-1270) Oliver de Dynham (1270-1299)

Cumbria

Barons of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Barony of Allerdale/Cockermouth barony in moieties
Barony of Burgh by Sands Hugh de Morville (?-1202) Thomas I de Multon (1202-1240) Thomas II de Multon (1240-1271) Thomas III de Multon (1271-1293) Thomas IV de Multon (1293-1295) Thomas de Multon, 1st Baron Multon of Gilsland (1295-1313)
Barony of Copeland
Blason Lucy de Cockermouth (selon Gelre).svg
Richard de Luci (1198-1213) Lambert de Multon (1213-1246) Thomas de Multon, Baron de Lucy (1246-1294) Thomas de Multon (1294-1322)
Barony of Crosby Bishop of Carlisle
Barony of Dalston
Arms of Oliver Vaux (d.c.1244).svg
Oliver de Vaux (~1205-1230?) Bishop of Carlisle (1230-?)
Barony of Egremont
Blason Lucy de Cockermouth (selon Gelre).svg
Richard de Luci (1198-1213) Alan de Multon (1213-1256) Thomas de Lucy (1256-1305)
Barony of Greystoke
Blason Ralph Greystoke (selon Gelre).svg
William I de Greystoke (1190-1209) Thomas de Greystoke (1209-1247) Robert de Greystoke (1247-1264) William II de Greystoke (1274–89) John de Greystoke, 1st Baron Greystoke (1289-1306)
Barony of Irthington/Gilisland
Vaux of Gilsland arms.svg
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Robert II de Vaux of Gilisland (1199-1235) Hubert II de Vaux (1235-1240) Thomas II de Multon (1240-1271) Thomas III de Multon (1271-1293) Thomas IV de Multon (1293-1295) Thomas de Multon, 1st Baron Multon of Gilsland (1295-1313)
Barony of Kirklinton barony in moieties
Barony of Lidell
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Nicholas I de Stuteville (1183-1218) Nicholas II de Stuteville (1218-1233) Split into moieties, between heiresses Joan, wife of Hugh Wake and Margaret, wife of William de Mastac. Baldwin Wake (1276-1286) John Wake, 1st Baron Wake of Lidell (1286-1300)
Penrith, honour of (1237 creation) King of Scotland (1237-1296) English crown (1296-?)
Barony of Wigton
Arms of John de Wigton (d.1315).svg
Adam de Wigton (?-1225) Odard de Wigton (1225-1238) Adam de Wigton (1238-1251) Walter de Wigton (1251-1286) John de Wigton (1286-1315)

Derbyshire

Barons of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Royal Demesne in Derbyshire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

. Barony of the Peak (Honour of Peverel)

. Bolsover Castle

Barons of Horsley
Arms of Brewer.svg
William Brewer (justice) (1204-1226)
Barony of Stavely
Blason ville fr Assevillers (Somme).svg
Ralph Musard (1185-1230) Ralph II Musard (1230-1264) Ralph III Musard (1264-1272) John Musard (1272-1289) Nicholas Musard (1289-1300)
Barony of Crick
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Anker de Frescheville (~1200-1218) Ralph Frescheville (1218-1261) Anker II de Frescheville (1261-1266) Ralph II de Frescheville (1266-1325)

Devonshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Royal Demesne of Devonshire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

. Devon Castle

. Honour of Barnstaple

. Barony of Bradninch

. Rougemont Castle (Probably)

. Lydford Castle (Until 1239)

Barony of Plympton
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(Honour, Held by the earls of Devon)
Barony of Okehampton
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Robert de Courtenay[10] (1194-1242) John de Courtenay[11](1242-1273) Hugh Courtenay[12](1273-1291) John de Courtenay II[13](1291~1340)
Barony of Bampton
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Fulk Paynel II (1199-1208) William Paynel (1208-1228) William Paynel II (1228-1248) John de Ballon (1248-1275) John de Cogan (1275-1303)
Barony of Berry Pomeroy
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Henry II de la Pomeroy (1165-1207) Henry III de la Pomeroy (1207-1222) Henry IV de la Pomeroy (1222-1237) Henry V de la Pomeroy (1237-1281) Henry VI de la Pomeroy (1281-1305)
Barony of Totnes (Honour) Henry FitzCount "Earl" of Cornwall (1209-1221)[14] Passes to Earls of Cornwall
Barony of Barnstaple
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Nicholas FitzMartin (1257-1260) Geoffrey de Camville (~1260-1308)
Barony of Great Torrington
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de Torrington Matthew de Torrington (~1170-1227)

Dorset

Barony of Coat of arms 1st
Royal Demesne in Dorset
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

. Corfe Castle

. Dorchester castle

. Royal Forest of Purbeck

Barony Mandeville of Marshwood
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Robert de Mandeville (1206-1242)? Geoffrey de Mandeville II Baron of Marshwood (1242-1269) John de Mandeville (died 1276) (1269-1276) John III de Mandeville (1276-1297) Roger de Mandeville IV (1297-1324)
Barony of Poorstock Robert de Newburgh (Died 1246) (1194-1246) Henry Newburgh (1246~1280) John de Newburgh (~1280-1309)
Barony of Winterbourne st Martin
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Alfred de Lincoln (1198-1240) Alfred de Linoln (died 1264) (1240-1264) Robert Fitzpayne (1264-1281) Robert FitzPayne, 1st Baron FitzPayne (1281-1315)

Essex

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Royal Demesne in Essex
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

1. Colchester Castle

2. Fremlingham Manor

3. Hatfield Broad Oak (Village)

Barony of Little/Lidell Dunmow
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Robert Fitzwalter (1198-1235) Walter Fitzwalter (1235-1258) Robert FitzWalter, 1st Baron FitzWalter (1268-1326)
Barony of Stanstead
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Richard de Montfichet (~1200-1267)
Barony of Aveley ???
Barony of Hedingham
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de Bohun
Barony of Pleshy
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Geoffrey Fitz Peter, 1st Earl of Essex (1199-1213) Geoffrey FitzGeoffrey de Mandeville, 2nd Earl of Essex (1213-1216) William FitzGeoffrey de Mandeville, 3rd Earl of Essex (1216-1227)
Barony of Stansted Mountfitchet
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William de Forz, 3rd Earl of Albemarle (1195-1242) William de Forz, 4th Earl of Albemarle (1242-1260) Thomas de Forz (1260-1269) Aveline de Forz, Countess of Aumale (1269-1274) Escheats to the crown
Barony of Writtle
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Robert de Brus, 4th Lord of Annandale (1212-1245) Robert de Brus, 5th Lord of Annandale (1245-1295) Robert de Brus, 6th Lord of Annandale (1295-1304)

Gascony

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th
Viscounty of Benauges
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Jean ler de Grailly (~1265-1304)
Viscounty of Châtellerault
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Hugh III, Viscount of Châtellerault (1185-1203) Hugues de Surgères (1205-1211) Raoul I of Exoudun (1211-1218) Aimeri II de Châtellerault (1218-1221) Jean, son of Aimeri II (1240-1290) Geoffroy III of Lusignan (1259-1274) Jean II d'Harcourt (1274-1302)
Barony of Albret
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Amanieu IV (~1174-1209) Amanieu V d'Albret (1209-1255) Amanieu VI d'Albret (1255-1270) Bernard Ezi I (1270-1281) Matte d'Albret (1281-1295) Isabelle d'Albret (1295-1298) Amanieu VII d'Albret (1298-1324)
Barony of Espelette
Barony of Pons Renaud II de Pons (1191-1252)
Barony de Curton
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Amanieu de Curton (12??-12??)
Barony de L'Isle-Jourdain Jourdain III (1196-1205) Bernard II Jourdain (1205-1228) Bernard III Jourdain (1228-1240) Jourdain IV (1240-1271) Jourdain V (1271-1303)

Gloucestershire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Royal Demesne in Gloucestershire
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Key Holdings Include:

. Bristol Castle

. Dymock? (Village)

Barony de Berkeley (Later by writ)
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Robert de Berkeley, 3rd feudal baron of Berkeley (1190-1220) Thomas I de Berkeley, 4th feudal baron of Berkeley (1220-1243) Maurice II de Berkeley, 5th feudal baron of Berkeley (1243-1281)
Barony of Burford
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Hugh Ferrers (1197-1204) Robert Mortimer of Essex (1211-1210) William Stuteville (1219-1259) Hugh Mortimer (13th century baron) (1259-1275) Robert Mortimer (13th century baron) (1275-1287) Hugh II Mortimer (13th century baron) (1287-1304)
Barony Giffard of Brimsfield
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John Giffard, 1st Baron Giffard (~1255-1299)
Barony of Beverston
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Robert de Gournay (~1225-1269) Anselm de Gournay (1269-1269-1286) John de Gournay (1286-1291) John Ap-Adam, 1st Baron Ap-Adam
Barony of Kempford
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Pain Chaworth (1199-1237) Patrick de Chaworth (1237-1258) Pain II de Chaworth (1258-1279) Patrick de Chaworth (1279-1283) Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancaster (1297-1345)
Barony of Dursley
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Roger de Berkeley (~1180-1220) Henry de Berkeley (1220-1221) John de Berkeley (1221-1245) Henry de Berkeley (1245-1287) William de Berkeley (Lord of Dursley) (1287-1300)
Barony of Sudeley
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Ralph de Sudeley (Baron) (1199-1221) Ralph de Sufeley (died 1241) (1221-1241) Bartholomew de Sudeley (1241-1280) John Sudeley (1280-1336)

Hampshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd
Royal Demesne of Hampshire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings include:

1. Winchester Castle

2.Odiham Castle

3. Alton (Market town)

4.Basingbroke (Manor)

5. Portchester Castle

6. Southampton Castle

Barony of Basing
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Robert St John (baron) (~1230-1267) John St John (died 1302) (1267

Herefordshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Barony of Snodhill
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Robert de Chandos (Died 1220) (1193-1220) Roger de Chandos (Died 1232) (1210-1232) Roger de Chandos (Died 1266) (1232-1266) Robert de Chandos (Died 1302) (1266-1302)
Barony of Kington William de Braose (died 1230) Humphrey de Bohun (Died 1265) (1230-1265)
Barony of Richards Castle
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Robert Mortimer II (1177-1219) Hugh de Mortimer (Died 1274) (1219-1274) Robert de Mortimer III (1274-1287) Hugh Mortimer II (1287-1304)
Barony of Ewyas Harold
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Robert de Tregoz (1175-1214) Roger de Tregoz II (1214-1265) John de Tregoz (1265-1300)
Barony of Tarrington Split into Moieties
Barony of Weobley
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De Laceys
Barony of Much Marcle John de Ballon (1203-1235) John de Ballon II (1235-1275) Reginald de Ballon (1275-1298)

Hertfordshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Kings Langley Palace
Arms of Eleanor of Castile, Queen of England (Attributed).svg
Eleanor of Castile (She purchased it giving the royal family direct power in that area)
Barony of Walkern
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William de Lanvallei (1204-1217)
Barony of Flamstead
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Roger de Toeni (Died 1209) (1162-1209) Baldwin de Toeni (1209-1216) Raoul de Toeni (1216-1239)
Barony of Benington (Chamberlains of Scotland)
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Philip de Valognes (1141-1215) William de Valognes (1215-1219) Robert Fitzwalter (1219-1235)

Huntingdonshire

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd
Barony of Southoe
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Nigel Lovetot (1191-1219) Passes to Richard de Clare, 6th Earl of Gloucester

Kent

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd
Royal Demesne in Kent
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Key Holdings Include:

. Rochester Castle from 1216

. Leeds Castle from 1278 (To the Queen)

. Stone Castle (Possibly)

. Sandwich Castle (Probably)

. Newenden Castle (Possibly)

Barony of Chilham
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Richard FitzRoy (~1214-1246) Richard de Dover (1246-1270)[15]
Barony of Chatham
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Baldwin Wake Hamo de Crevecoeur (1216-1263) John Wake, 1st Baron Wake of Liddell (~1285~1310)
Barony of Folkestone (Leeds)
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Robert de Crevequer (1177-1216) Hamo de Crevecoeur (1216-1263) Split into Moieties
Barony of Shurland ??? ???
Barony of Aldington Split into Moieties

Lancashire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st
Barony of Lancaster
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John de Lancastre, 1st Baron Lancastre (~1291-1334)
Barony of Clitheroe (Honour)
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Under the Earls of Lincoln
Barony of Hornby
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Roger de Montbegon (~1200-1226)
Barony Boteler of Werrington
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William Boteler, 1st Baron Boteler of Werington (1295-1328)

Leicestershire

Barons of Coats of arms 1st 2nd
Royal Demesne in Leicestershire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

1. Sauvey Castle

2. Leighfield Forest

Barony of Shere Belvoir
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William d'Aubigny (rebel) (~1190-1236) William d'Aubigny II of Clithroe (1236-1247)
Barony of Segrave
Arms of John Segrave, 2nd Baron Segrave (d.1325).svg
Stephen de Segrave (~1220-1241) Nicholas Segrave, 1st Baron Segrave (~1270-1295)
Barony Ferrers of Groby
Arms of Saer de Quincy, 1st Earl of Winchester (d.1219).svg
William Ferrers, 1st Baron Ferrers of Groby (1293-1325)

Lincolnshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Royal Demense in Lincolnshire
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Key holdings include

. Lincoln Castle

. Cheddar Manor

Barony of Brattleby
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Nicola de la Haie (1169-1230)
Barony of Winteringham
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Robert Marmion (died 1242) (~1215-1241) William Marmion, 2nd Baron Marmion of Winteringham (1241-1274) John Marmion, 3rd Baron Marmion of Winteringham (1278-1322)
Barony of Burghersh
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Robert Burghersh, 1st Baron Burghersh
Barony of Beke
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Walter II Beke (~1240-1270) John Beke, 1st Baron Beke (~1270-1304)
Barony of Thoresway  Alan de Bayeux (1154-1210) John de Bayeux (1210-1249) Stephen de Bayeux (1249-1250) Elias de Rabayne (1250-????)
Barony of Tattershall
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Robert de Tattershall (1185-1212) Robert de Tattershall (died 1249) (1212-1249) Robert de Tattershall (Died 1273) (1249-1273) Robert de Tattershall (Died 1298) (1273-1298) Robert de Tattershall (Died 1303) (1298-1303)
Barony of Nocton
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Thomas Darcy (Died 1206) (~1185-1206) Norman Darcy (1206-1254) Philip Darcy (Baron) (1254-1264) Norman Darcy II (1264-1296) Philip Darcy II (1296-1333)
Barony of Freiston Henry ap Longchamp (1211-1274)?
Barony of Folkingham
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Gilbert III de Gand (~1200-1242) Gibert IV de Gand (1242-1273) Gilbert V de Gand (1273-1298) Split into Moeties
Barony of Blythborough Roger de Cressy (~1200-1246) William de Cressy ? (1246-11311)
Barony of Bourne
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Baldwin Wake I (1172-1201) Baldwin Wake II (1201-1213) Hugh Wake of Bourne (1241) Baldwin Wake III (1241-1311)
Barony of Blankney
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Oliver Deincourt (1183-1201) Oliver Deincourt II (1201-1246) John Deincourt II (1246-1257) Edmund Deincourt (1257-1327)
Barony of Bolingbroke
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Under Earls of Chester Split into Moeties

Middlesex

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd
Royal Demesne in Middlesex
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Key Holdings include:

1. The Tower of London

2. Manor of Havering

3. Hanworth Manor

Barony of West-Greenwhich
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Geoffrey de Saye (~1200-1230) William de Saye V (1230-1271)

Norfolk

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Barony of Wormegay
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William Bardolf (leader) (1243-1276)
Barony of Flockethorpe in Hardingham
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Ralph Camoys (~1200-1259) Ralph Camoys II (1259-1276) John Camoys (1276-1298) Ralph Camoys III (1298-1336, Lord Camoys)
Barony of Dalston
Arms of Oliver Vaux (d.c.1244).svg
Oliver de Vaux
Honor of Bacton (Held under the Bishops of Norwich)
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Philip de Valognes (1141-1215) William de Valognes (1215-1219) Split into Moieties
Barony of Hockering
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John Marshal of Hockering (1200-1235) John Marshal II of Hockering (1235-1242) William Marshal of Hockering (1242-1265) John Marshal III of Hockering (1265-1282) John Marshal IV of Hockering (1282-1315)
Barony of Old Buckenham
Coat of arms of William d'Aubigny, Lord of Belvoir Castle.png
Held by the Earls of Arundel

Northampton

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Royal Demesne in Northampton
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

1. Northampton Castle

2. Rockingham castle & Forest

3. Kings Cliffe & Kings House Lodge

Barony of Chipping Warden Richard Foliot (~1170-1203) Wischard Ledet (1203-1222) Christiana Ledet (1222-1271), her husbands ??? Thomas le Latimer (-1334)
Honour of Fotheringhay John the Scot.svg Held by the earls of Huntingdon
Barony of Crick Anker de Frescheville (~1200-1220) Ralph I de Frescheville (1220-1261) Anker II de Frescheville (1261-1266) Ralph de Freschville (~1266-1325, through regent until ~1285)
Barony of Wedon-Pinkeney
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Robert de Pinkeney (-1234) Henry de Pinkeney (1234-1254) Henry de Pinkeney (1254-1277) Robert de Pinkeney (1277-1296) Henry de Pinkeney (1296-1301)
Barony of Great Weldon
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Richard Basset (Baron) (1180-1217) Ralph Basset (Died 1258) (1217-1258) Richard Bassat (1258-1276) Ralph Bassat (1276-1291) Richard Basset, 1st Baron Basset of Weldon (1291-1314)

Northumberland

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Barony of Alnwick/de Vesci
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Eustace de Vesci (1184-1216) William de Vesci (d.1253) (1216-1253) John de Vesci (1253-1289) William de Vesci (d.1297) (1289-1297)
Barony of Morpeth
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Roger de Merlay II (1188-1239) Roger de Merlay III (1239-1265)
Barony of Mitford William Bertram, Lord of Mitford (1177-1205) Roger Bertram II (1205-1242) Roger Betram III (1242-1272)
Barony of Wooler
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Robert de Muschamp (1190-1205) Robert II de Muschamp (1205-1250) Split into Moieties
Barony of Bothal Robert Bertram I (Baron) (1176-1212) Richard Bertram (Baron) (1212-1238) Roger Bertram II (1238-1262) Robert Bertram III (1262-1303)
Barony of styford aka Bolbec
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Hugh de Bolebec (~1200-1240) Hugh II de Bolebec (1240-1262) Split into Moeties
Barony of Hadstone William Heron (baron) (1251-1257) William Heron II (Baron) (1257-1296) Walter Heron (Baron) (1296-1297) Emmeline Heron (1297-1312), Passed to Husband
Barony of Hepple Philip Chartney (~1230-1280) Robert Chartney (~1280-1331)
Barony of Callerton Gilbert Delaval (~1150-1226) Henry Delaval (1226-1270) Robert Delaval (Baron) (1270-1297)
Barony of Beanely Patrick I, Earl of Dunbar (1182-1232) Patrick II, Earl of Dunbar (1232-1248) Patrick III, Earl of Dunbar (1248-1289) Patrick IV, Earl of March (1289-1308)
Barony of Ellingham (Jesmond) Ralf de Gaugi (1185-1243) Ralph de Gaugi (1243-1279) ???
Barony of Langley William de Tunstal (~1220-1230) Held by the Crown during Walter de Tunstals minority (He died Young) Nicholas de Bolteby (1237-1273)

Nottinghamshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd
Royal Demesne of Nottinghamshire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

. Barony of Ralph Tessun

. Nottingham Castle

. Sherwood Forest

. Laxton Castle (1204-1230)

. Mansfield Manor

Barony Everingham of Laxton
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Adam de Everingham, 1st Baron Everingham (~1290-1340)
Moiety of Shelford-Bardolf
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Under the Bardolfs of Wormegay
Moiety of Shelford-Birkin John Birkin (Baron) (~1170-1227) Robert de Everingham
Barony of Tickhill

Oxfordshire

Barons of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Royal Demesne in Oxfordshire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include

. Beaumont Palace

. Iffley (Manor)

Barony of Wycombe
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Alan Basset (~1190-1232) Gilbert Basset (1232-1241)
Barony of Wallingford (Honour)
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John, King of England (~1200-1215) Earls of Cornwall
Barony Lovel de Tichmersh
Arms of John Lovel, 1st Baron Lovel of Titchmarsh (d.1311).svg
John Lovel, 1st Baron Lovel (~1274-1311)
Barony of Hook-Norton
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Held by the Earls of Warwick
Barony of Cogges Alexander Arsic (~1190-1201) John Arsic (Baron) (1201-1205) Robert Arsic (Baron) (1205-1230) Eustace de Greinville (1230-1241) Gilbert Greinville (1241-1247) John Engaine, 1st Baron Engaine (1247-1322
Barony of Headington Thomas Basset (baron) (1182-1220) Split into moieties

Shropshire

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Barony of Holgate
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Roger Burnell (~1230-1259) Robert Burnell (1259-1292) Philip Burnell of Holgate (1292-1294) John de Haudlo (1299-1346)
Barony of Caus
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Robert Corbet (Baron) (~1200-1222) Thomas Corbet (Baron) (1222-1274) Peter Corbet (Baron) (1274-1300)
Barony of Diencourt ???
Barony of Clun/Oswestry
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William FitzAlan, 1st Lord of Oswestry and Clun (1160-1210) John Fitzalan (died 1240) (1210-1240) John Fitzalan (1223–1267) (1240-1267) John Fitzalan (1246–1272) (1267-1272) Richard FItzalan (Died 1302) (1272-1302)
Barony of Pulverbatch John de Kilpec (1173-1205) Hugh de Kilpeck (1205-1244) Split into Moieties

Somerset

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Royal Demesne in Somerset
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

1. Pitney Manor

2. Wearne Manor

Barony of Curry Mallet
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William Malet (Magna Carta baron) (~1200-1215)
Barony of Dunster (Honour, later barony de Mohun)
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Reginald I de Mohun (1193-1213) Reginald II de Mohun (1213-1258) John de Mohun (1258-1279) John de Mohun, 1st Baron Mohun (1279-1330)
Barony of North Cadbury (Senior branch)
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Henry William de Newmarch (1198-1204) James de Newmarch (1204-1216) Ralph Russell (Baron) (1216-~1240?)
Barony of Castle Carrey
Arms of John Lovel, 1st Baron Lovel of Titchmarsh (d.1311).svg
Henry II Lovel of Carrey (~1200-1218) Richard I Lovel of Carrey (1218-1254) Henry III Lovel of Carrey (1254-1262) Henry IV Lovel of Carrey (1262-1280) Hugh Lovel of Carrey (1280-1291) Richard III Lovel of Carrey (1291-1325)
Barony of Blagdon
Blason Barre-des-Cevennes 1.svg
William FitzMartin II (1209-1215) Nicholas FitzMartin (~1230-1282) William Lord Martin (1282-1324)
Barony of Hatch-Beauchamp
Arms of Beauchamp (of Hatch).svg
Robert de Beauchamp (1212-1250?)
Barony of Stogursey
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Warin II fitzGerold (~1210-1218)
Barony of Nether Stowey ???
Barony of Stoke Trister Walter de Esselegh (1195-1245) Richard (Lorti) Urtiaco (1245-1250) Henry Urtiaco (1250-1321)
Barony of Chiselborough John Montague (Baron of Chiselborough) (~1200-1228)
de Moels Moiety of North Cadbury
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Nicholas de Moels (1230-1269) Roger de Moels (1269-1294) John de Moels, 1st Baron Moels (1294-1310)
Poyntz Moiety of Curry Mallet
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Hugh I Poyntz (1217-1220) Nicholas I Poyntz (~1235-1273) Nicholas I Poyntz (~1235-1273)

Staffordshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd
Barony of Stafford (Later by writ)
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Nicholas Stafford (Baron) (~1235-1287) Edmund Stafford, 1st Baron Stafford (1287-1308)
Barony Marmion of Tamworth (Hereditary Kings Champions)
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Robert Marmion, 3rd Baron Marmion of Tamworth (~1200-1218) Robert Marmion (died 1242) (1218-1242) William Marmion (died 1274) (1242-1274?)
Barony of Drayton
Arms of Basset.svg
Ralph Basset (died 1265)(~1250-65) Ralph Basset, 1st Lord Basset of Drayton (1265-1299)

Suffolk

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Royal Demesne in Suffolk
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key holdings include:

1. Honour of Eye

2. Mildenhall Manor

3. Framlingham Manor

4. Orford Castle

5. Haughley Manor/Castle

Barony of Ashfield/Ixworth
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William Blund (~1195-1228) William le Blount, 6th baron Ixworth (1228-1264) Split into Moieties
Barony of Framlingham
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Held by the Earls of Norfolk
Barony of Great Bealings & Liberty of Ipswhich
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Gilbert de Pecche (1188-1212) Hamon III de Pecche (1212-1241) Simon Pecche (1241-1335)

Surrey

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd
Barony of Shere
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John Fitzgeoffrey (?1227-1258) John FitzJohn (1258-1264, 1266-1275)

Sussex

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd
Royal Demesne in Sussex
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Key Holdings Include:

1. Rye Castle

2. Winchelsea (Town)

3. Peventsy Castle (Queens Castle)

4. Knepp Castle

Barony of Hussey Henry Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey (~1285-1332)
Barony of Hastings
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Henry de Hastings (died 1268) (1250-1268) John Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings (1268-1313)
Barony of Lewes
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Held by the Earls of Surrey

Warwickshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st
Royal Demesne of Warwickshire
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Key Holdings Include:

1. Kenilworth Castle

2. Bidford on Avon (Town)

Barony of Astley
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Andrew de Astley (~1285-1301)
Barony of Clinton
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John Clinton, 1st Baron Clinton (~1290-1315)

Westmorland

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Barony of Kendal
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Gilbert fitz Roger fitz Reinfried (1196-1220) William de Lancastre III (1220-1246) Divided between heiresses: Helwise, wife of Peter de Brus II; Alice, wife of William de Lyndesey and Serota, wife of Alan de Multon.
Barony of Appleby
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Robert de Vieuxpont (~1203-1228) John de Vieuxpont (1228-1241) Robert de Vieuxpont II (1241-1264) Divided between heiresses: Isabella, wife of Roger de Clifford and Idonea, wife of Roger de Leybourne

Wiltshire

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Clarendon Forest
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Part of the royal domain, used as a hunting grounds based at a royal lodge
Barony of Westone (West Dean) Split into moieties
Barony of Castle Combe
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Walter de Dunstanville II (~1200-1241) Walter de Dunstanville III (1241-1270) John de la Mare (Baron) (~1290-1313)
Barony of Erlestoke
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Matthew FitzHerbert (~1200-1231) Herbert FitzMatthew (1231-1245) John FitzMatthew (1245-1261) Matthew Fitzjohn (1261-1309)
Barony of Keevil
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Barony of Trowbridge
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Barony of Chitterne
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Worcestershire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Barony of Elmley Castle or Salworpe
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Walter de Beauchamp (justice) (~1210-1236) William (III) de Beauchamp (1236-1269) Walter de Beauchamp (Steward to Edward I) (1269-1306)
Barony of Bisset
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Henry Bisset (1177-1208) William Bisset (died 1220) (1208-1220) John Bisset (died 1240) (1220-1240) Divided between heiresses: Margery, wife of Richard de Rivers; Ela, wife of John de Wotton; and Isabel, wife of Hugh de Plescy.
Barony of Dudley
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Ralph de Somery I (1194-1210) Roger de Somery II (1235-1272) Roger de Somery III (1272-1291) John de Somery (1291-1322)

Yorkshire

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
Royal Demesne in Yorkshire
Royal Arms of England.svg
Key Holdings Include:

. Honour of Knaresborough

. Honour of Tickill

. Honour of Stuteville

. Painel Barony

. Newcastle

. Scarborough Castle

. Boroughbridge Manor

Barony of Richmond (Honour, See Earls of Richmond above)
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Peter II, Count of Savoy (1240-1268)
Barony Percy (Topcliffe/Alnwick later by writ)
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Richard de Percy (~1200-1244) William de Percy, 6th Baron Percy (1197–1245) (1244-1245?) Henry de Percy, 7th Baron Percy (1228–1272) (1245-1272?) John de Percy, 8th Baron Percy (died 1285/93) (1272-1293?) Henry Percy, 1st Baron Percy (1293-1314)
Barony of Pontefract
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Roger de Lacy (1170–1211) (1194-1211) John de Lacy, 2nd Earl of Lincoln (1211-1240) Edmund de Lacy, Baron of Pontefract (1248-1258) Henry de Lacy, 3rd Earl of Lincoln (1258-1311)
Barony of Skelton
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Peter I de Brus (1188-1222) Peter II de Brus (1222-1240) Peter III de Brus (1240-1272) Walter de Fauconberg, 1st Baron Fauconberg (1272-1304)
Barony of Hallamshire
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Gerard III de Furnival (~1195-1219) Thomas I de Furnival (1219-1238) Gerard IV de Furnival (1238-1261) Thomas II de Furnival (1261-1291) Thomas de Furnival, 1st Baron Furnival (1291-1332)
Barony of Bedale/FitzAlan
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Bryan FitzAlan (?-1242) Alan FitzBrian (1242-1267) Bryan FitzAlan, Lord FitzAlan (1267-1306)
Barony of Mauley/Mulgrave
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Peter de Maulay (~1210-1241) Peter Mauley, 1st Baron Mauley (1249-1308)
Barony of Hylton
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Robert Hylton, 1st Baron Hylton (~1285-1322)
Barony of Hazlewood
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Robert le Vavasour (~1200-1230) William Vavasour (13th century) (~1270-1295) William le Vavasour, 1st Baron Vavasour (~1290-1313)
Barony de Mowbray/Thursk
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William de Mowbray (~1200-1224) Roger II de Mowbray (1240-1266) Roger de Mowbray, 1st Baron Mowbray (1266-1297) John de Mowbray, 2nd Baron Mowbray (1297-1322)
Barony of Wark (Honour)
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Robert de Ros (died 1227) (1183-1227) Robert de Ros, Baron Wark (1227-1269) Robert de Ross II of Wark (1269-1274) Robert de Ross III of Wark (1274-1310)
Barony de Bywell
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Eustace de Balliol (1190-1209) Hugh de Balliol (1209-1229) John I de Balliol (1229-1268) John Balliol (1268-1314?)
Barony of Hooton Levitt William Levett (baron) (~1230-1270)
Barony of Grimethorpe Ralph Fitzwilliam (~1268-1317)
Barony of Skipton
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Held by the Earls of Aumale Edmund Crouchback (1269-1296)
Barony of Burstwick and Holderness
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Held by the Earls of Aumale Edmund Crouchback (1269-1296)
Barony of Cottingham
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William de Stuteville (1183-1203) Robert de Stuteville (Baron) (1203-1205) Nicholas I de Stuteville (1205-1218) Nicholas II de Stuteville (1218-1233) Hugh Wake (Baron) (1233-1241) Hugh Bigod (Justiciar) (1244-1266) Baldwin Wake (Baron) (1266-1282) John Wake, 1st Baron Wake of Liddell (1282-1300)
Barony of Hooton Pagnell  
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Andrew Luttrell (~1230-1264) Geoffrey Luttrell (Died 1270) (1264-1270) Robert Luttrell (Died 1297) (1270-1297) Geoffrey Luttrell (1297-1335)
Barony of Skirpenbeck Walter Chauncy (Baron) (1192-1228) Roger de Chauncy (1228-1238) Robert de Chauncy II (1238-1246) Thomas de Canci (Baron) (1246-1309)
Barony of Kirklington Adam de Levington II (1175-1210) Ralph de Levington (1210-1253) Eustace de Balliol of Kirklington (1253~1274) Split into moieties

Unknown/Unclassifiable

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Barony of Raby (Later Barons Neville by writ, possibly vassals of durham?)
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Geoffrey de Neville (died 1242) (12??-1242) Robert de Neville (1242-1283) Ranulph Neville, 1st Baron Neville (1283-1331
Barony of Alditheley
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Henry Audley (~1200-1246)
Barony of Huntercombe
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Walter de Huntercombe, 1st Baron Huntercombe (1295-1313)
Barony of le Despenser
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Hugh le Despenser (sheriff) (1218-1238) Hugh Despenser (justiciar) (1238-1265) Hugh Despenser the Elder (1285-1326) [Later as Earl of Winchester]
Barony de Ross
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Robert de Ros (died 1227) (~1205-1227)
Barony of Prudhoe
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Richard Umfraville (1182-1226) Gilbert Umfraville I (1245) Gilbert Umfraville II (1245-1308) [Also ruled as Earl of Angus]
Barony la Zouche
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Alan la Zouche (died 1270) (~1237-1270) Roger la Zouche (1270-1285) Alan la Zouche, 1st Baron Zouche of Ashby (1285-1314)
Barony de Furnivall
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Gerard de Furnival (~1200-1219) Thomas de Furnivall, 1st Baron Furnivall (~1290-1332)
Barony de Montalt Roger de Montalt, 1st Baron Montalt (~1285-1297)
Barony de Grandison
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Otto de Grandson (1277-1328)
Barony de Clavering
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Robert fitzRoger (1177-1214) John FitzRobert (1214-1240) Roger FitzJohn (1240-1249) Robert fitzRoger (died 1310) (1249-1310)
Barony de Scales
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Robert Scales, 1st Baron Scales (~1277-1304)
Barony of Montagu
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Simon Montagu, 1st Baron Montagu (~1280-1316)
Barony of Manchester
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Robert de Gresle (1182-1230) Thomas de Gresle (1230 - 1261) Robert de Gresle (1261 - 1282) Thomas de Gresle (1282 - 1313

Barons by Service to the Crown

These were royal servants who were deemed to have held the status of baron even if they did not hold any land.

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
Lord warden of the cinque ports
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William of Huntingfield (1203) Peter de Rivaux (1232-1234) Bertram de Criol (1242–55) Roger Northwode (1255-1258) Richard de Grey (1268) Nicholas de Moels (1258-1269) Henry de Montfort (1264-1265) Stephen de Pencester (1267-1299)
Barons of the Exchequer
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Roger Northwode (1255-1258) John de Cobham
Baron Butler (of Ireland)
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Theobald Walter, 1st Chief Butler of Ireland (1185-1206) Theobald le Botiller, 2nd Chief Butler of Ireland (1206-1230) Theobald Butler, 3rd Chief Butler of Ireland (1230-1248) Theobald Butler, 4th Chief Butler of Ireland (1248-1285) Edmund Butler, Earl of Carrick (1285-1321)

Under the Earls of Chester:

The earls of Chester were considered earls-palatine of the earldom of Chester.[16] They had almost complete rights over their domain and ruled like kings: they had their own court with their own barons, and their own justices.[16] Chester was last held be a non-royal by John the Scot who died in 1237- since than it passed to the crown and was given to a royal relative.

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Barony of Mold
Barony of Halton
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Roger de Lacy (1170–1211) (1194-1211) Later held by the de lacey Earls of Lincoln
Barony of Malbank Split into 3 moieties
Barony of Malpas
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David Dan de Malpas (~1210-1260)
Barony of Dunham-Massey
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Hamon III de Massey Baron of Dunham Massey (1185-1216)[17] Hamon de Massey IV (1216-1250)[17] Baron Hamon de Massey V (1250-1278)[17] Hamon VI de Massey Baron of Dunham Massey [18]
Barony of Shipbrook
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Warin de Vernon 6th Baron of Shipbrook Warine de Vernon 7th-Baron of Shipbrook Warin de Vernon 8th Baron of Shipbrook
Barony of Kinderton
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William de Venables 4th Baron of Kinderton (1188-1228) Hugh de Venables Baron of Kinderton (1228-1269) William de Venables Baron of Kinderton (1269-1292)
Barony of Lidell
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Barony of Fauconberg
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Walter de Fauconberg, 1st Baron Fauconberg (~1285-1304)
Barony of Montalt
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Roger de Montalt, 1st Baron Montalt (~1285-1297)

De Facto Under the Justiciar of Ireland:

These lords were the descendants of norman adventurers who had come over to Ireland following Richard FitzGodbert de Roche, Strong-bow, and others who had originally come as mercenaries for an Irish prince. These Norman adventurers had continued their predecessors conquest by making alliances, truces, pushing wars, etc. Although briefly almost independent of England, royal authority was soon established in Ireland.

Barony of Coat of arms 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Barony of Desmond
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John FitzGerald, 1st Baron Desmond (1259-1261) Thomas FitzGerald, 2nd Baron Desmond (1261-1298) Thomas FitzGerald, 3rd Baron Desmond 91296-1307)
Barony of Offaly
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Gerald FitzMaurice, 1st Lord of Offaly (1193-1204) Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Lord of Offaly (1204-1257) Maurice FitzGerald, 3rd Lord of Offaly (1257-1286) John FitzGerald, 1st Earl of Kildare (1286-1316)[In his last year of life he became earl of Kildare]
Barony of Ards
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John de Courcy (1176-1205)
Barony of Connaacht
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Richard Mór de Burgh, 1st Baron of Connaught (1227-1243)
Barony of Trim/Baron Geneville
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Geoffrey de Geneville, 1st Baron Geneville (~1260-1314)
Barony of Foliot
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Jordan Foliot (~1290-1298)
Barony of Barryscourt Castle
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Robert de Barry William de Barry
Barony of Lackeen Castle Kennedies

Under the Barons of Fingal (lordship of Meath Ireland):

Hugh de Lacey was granted the lordship of Meath shortly after the invasion of Ireland. However there was an Irish king who claimed the land as his own. Hugh invited this king to parley but it went poorly and it ended in the Irish being slaughtered. Because of nature of the lordship Hugh had the authority to appoint his own barons and had similar powers to a marcher lord[18]

Barony of Coats of arms 1st 2nd 3rd
Barony of Navan
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Gilbert de Angulo (1195-1213) Phillip de Angulo (1213-1245) Miles de Angulo (1245-1259) Hugh de Angulo (1259~1264) Jordan de Angulo (~1264-1295) John de Nangle (~1295-1335)
Barony of Galtrim Held by a branch of the Hussey family
Barony of Skryne
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Richard de Feypo I (~1191-1240) Richard de Feypo II (~1240-1290) Simon de Feypo (~1295-1310)
Barony of Castleknock
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Richard Tyrell (Baron) (1199~1240)

Under the earls of Pembroke:

Barony of 1st 2nd 3rd
Barons of Norragh Peter de Norrach (~1200-1241) Geoffrey de Norrach (1241~1260) William de Norrach (~1260~1318) [Held in fealty to the Baron of Hastings strangely]

Knights and Officials of the Royal household

These are companions of the Kings of England during the 13th century. The kings kept household knights and a variety of skilled noblemen including administrators, scribes, and judges in his court in order to do is bidding in administrative, military and judicial matters.[19] In many cases noblemen would serve in more than one office depending on their favor with the king at the time. These nobles tended to be lesser nobles who acquired land, offices, and titles by service to the king. The office or Royal Steward was the highest office in the kings household who was responsible for managing the entire household including ensuring discipline within the ranks of the household knights.

Under King John:

Name Coat of arms Relations Lived Lands/Offices/Functions Loyal to John in the Civil war?
Philip of Oldcoates ~1170-1220 1.Lord of lands in Northumberland

2. Administrator of Durham during Vacancy

3.Custodian of Guersney

4. Sheriff of Northumberland (1212-1220)

5. Custodian of New Castle, Bamburgh Castle, & Durham Castle

6. Household Knight

Loyalist
Falkes de Breauté
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~1180-1226 1.Constable of Caermarthen, Cardigan & Gower (1207-

2.Royal Steward (1215)

3. Household Knight

Loyalist
Hugh de Neville ~1180-1236 1.Chief Forester (1198-1216, 1224-1234)

2.Sheriff of Oxfordshire (1196~1199)

3.Sheriff of Essex (1197-~1200)

4.Sheriff of Hertfordshire (~1197-1200)

5. Sheriff of Hampshire (1210-1212)

6. Sheriff of Cumberland (1210-1212)

7. Sheriff of Lincolnshire (1227)

8. Household Knight

Deserted in 1216 French invasion of England but returned to John
Geoffrey de Neville (died 1225) ~1170-1225 1.Royal Steward

2.Royal Chamberlain

3.Sheriff of Wiltshire (1207-1210)

4.Sheriff of Yorkshire (1216-1223)

5.Seneschal of Gascony (1214, 1218-1219)

6.Diplomat

7. Household Knight

Loyalist
Philip d'Aubigny
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1166-1236 1.Keeper of the Channel Islands

2. Lord of Chewton Mendip, South Petherton, Bampton, Waltham, & Ingleby

3.Tutor of Henry III

4.Royal Commander

5. Household Knight

Loyalist
Henry de Grey
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1155-1219 1. Court Favorite Unknown
Henry de Longchamp 1150-1212 1.Sheriff of Worcestershire (1195-1197)

2. Former Advisor of Richard I of England

Dead before war
Engelard de Cigogné ~1180-1244 1.Constable of Loches Castle (1205)

2. Sheriff of Gloucestershire & Herefordshire (1210-1215)

3.Constable of Windsor Castle (1215, 1234-1242)

4. Sheriff of Oxfordshire & Berkshire (1233)

5.Lord of Benson in Oxfordshire

6.Keeper of Eleanor, Fair Maid of Brittany

Loyalist
Reginald de Cornhill Brother of Reginald de Cornhill ~1165-1220 1.Sheriff of Surrey (1196-1215)

2.Collector of Import/Export taxes (1202-1204

3.Sheriff of Lancashire (1215)

4.Constable of Rochester Castle (1215)

5.Keeper of the kings ports and galleys (1216)

6. Household Knight

Traitor
John Russell (knight)
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~1160-1224 1.Royal Steward

2.Custodian of Corfe Castle (1221-1224) and Sherborne (1224)

3. Sheriff of Somerset (1223-1224)

4. Household Knight

Probably a Loyalist
Geoffrey de Luterel
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1158-1218 1. Courtier

2. Household Knight

Incapacitated
Robert of Burgate ~1170-1220 1. Household Knight

2. Kings Paymaster in Ireland

3. Commander

4. Castellan of Dover Castle (1211-1213)

5. Co-Custodian of Framlingham Castle (1216)

6. Custdian of the Archbishopric of York (Briefly)

7. Custodian of Knaresborough (Briefly)

8. Diplomat to Otto I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg

Unknown
Robert of Ropsley ~1170-1230 1. Diplomat to Otto I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg

2. Castellan of Kenilworth Castle 1207-1210

3. Custodian of the Honour of Leicester (1205-1209)

4. Household Knight

Traitor
Thomas Sturmy ~1170-1230 1. Custodian of the See of Chichester (1208-1209)

2. Member of the Kings Buttery (1213-1215)

3. Custodian of the Abbey of Hide

4. Household Knight

Unknown
Oliver de Vaux
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~1180-1244 1. Baron Dalston Traitor from 1215
Robert of Thornham ~1170-1211 Dead before War
Simon of Pattishall ~11170-1217 Loyalist
Gérard d'Athée ~1170-1220 1.Mercenary Captain Loyalist
Henry of Braybrooke ~1180-1234 Traitor
Gerard de Canville ~1150-1214 Loyalist
William of Wrotham ~1170-1217 Traitor
Brian de Lisle ~1180-1234 1. Custodian of the Manors Girton, Cambridgeshire & Barton, Cambridgeshire from 1204

2. Household Knight

Renaud de Pons (seneschal of Gascony) ~1170-1228 Probably Loyalist
William de Beauchamp (1185) 1185-1260 Traitor; reconciled

Under Henry III of England:

Name Coat of arms Relations Lived Lands/Offices/Functions Loyal to Henry in the 2nd Barons war?
Bertram de Criol ~1190-1256 1. Constable of Dover, Keeper of the Coasts, Lord-Warden of the Cinque Ports

2. Household Knight of Hubert de Burgh, 1st Earl of Kent

3. Lord of the manor of Sarre

4. Sheriff of Kent

5. Constable of the Tower of London

6. Keeper of the Receipts

7. Steward

8. Diplomat

Died Before War
Stephen de Segrave
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1171-1241 1. Chief Justiciar of England (1232-1234)

2. Household Knight

3. Constable of the Tower of London (1220)

4. Intermittently High Sheriffs of Hertfordshire & Essex (1221-1223), Lincolnshire (1222-1224), Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire (1228-1234), Warwickshire (1229-1234), Leicestershire (1229-1234), & Northamptonshire (1229-1234)

5. Co-Castellan of Beeston Castle & Chester Castle (1236)

Died Before War
Nicholas de Moels
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~1195~1269 1. Seneschal of Gascony

2. Household Knight

N/A
Henry de Turberville
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~1180-1239 1. Seneschal of Gascony (1227-1230, 1234-1238)

2. Household Knight

3. Commander

Died Before War
Roger de Leybourne
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1215-1271 Helped in the Original Arrest of the Bishop of Hereford which started the war, but switched sides and remained loyal to the king
Richard de Montfichet
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~1200-1267 1. Baron of the Exchequer N/A
Drogo de Barentyn
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~1210-1265 1. Warden of Guernsey and Jersey

2. Seneschal of Gascony

N/A
John de Havering
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~1245-1309 1. Seneschal of Gascony

2. Justiciar of Wales

N/A though his father was Steward for Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester's estates.
John Maunsell ~1190-1265 Loyalist
John de Vaux
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~1240-1288 1. Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk

2. Justice Itinerant

3. Kings Judge

Helped to Arrest the Bishop of Hereford along with de Montfort Partisans, but then switched sides to the king.
Philip Basset 1185-1271 1. Chief Justiciar (1261-1263) N/A
Hugh de Vivonne
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~1185-1249 Dead before the start of the war.
Thomas Moulton (knight) ~1175-1204 Dead before the start of the war
William Joynier ~1175-1248 Dead before the start of the war
Richard of Staines ~1185-1277 N/A
Henry of Bath ~1210-1260 Unknown
Robert of Lexinton ~1175-1250 1. Chief Justice of the Common Pleas (1236-144)

2. Warden of the Honour of Peak

3. Itinerant Justice

Dead Before the Start of the war
Richard de Southchurch ~1235-1294 Loyalist, tried to burn London down by making Rooster's fly into the city while on fire
Martin of Littlebury ~1210-1274 Post-War Figure
Walter of Pattishall ~1200-1232 Probably Loyalist
Gilbert of Preston 1209-1274 Post-War Figure

Under Edward I:

Name Coat of Arms Lived Relations Lands/Offices/Functions
Walter de Beauchamp (Steward to Edward I)
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~1242-1306 Younger brother of William de Beauchamp, 9th Earl of Warwick 1.Royal Steward

2.Lord of Powick, Beaumont's court, and

Walter de Merton
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1205-1277
John de Vaux
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~1215-1268
Ralph Sandwich 1235-1308
Hugh de Turberville
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~1240-1293 Vassal of Reginald FitzPiers
Gunselm de Badlesmere ~1232-1301
John Botetourt, 1st Baron Botetourt
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1265-1324
John St John (died 1302)
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~1240-1302
Marmaduke Thweng, 1st Baron Thweng
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~1275~1315
John de Bonvillars ~1215-1287
Guillaume de Grandson ~1260-1335
Gerard de St Laurent ~1240-1282
Thomas Weyland ~1230-1298
Ralph de Hengham ~1260~1330
Henry de Cobham, 1st Baron Cobham
Cobham OfCobham,Kent Arms.svg
1260-1339
Bartholomew Badlesmere, 1st Baron Badlesmere
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1275-1322
Luke de Tany
Arms of Luke de Tany (d.1282).svg
~1245-1282
William de Cicon ~1250-1311
William Bereford ~1260-1326
Stephen de Rognon ~1260~1320

Other Nobles

Note: Since these nobles generally did not hold a title the dates which they are marked by is when they lived, not when the reigned.

Royal Relatives:
Name Coats of arms Lived Title Relation to Royalty & Job
Henry of Almain
Royal Arms of England.svg
1235-1271 Cornwall? Son of Richard Earl of Cornwall, his wavering loyalties during the second barons war eventually resulted in his assassination in 1271 by Simon de Montfort the Younger and Guy de Montfort, Count of Nola.
Philip of Cognac ~1180-1230 Lord of Cognac Bastard of Richard I of England
Meiler Fitzhenry ~1170-1220 Lord Chief-Justice of Ireland Grandson of King Henry I through his illegitimate son Henry FitzHenry, Served as Lord Chief Justice of Ireland
Ralph Gernun He was King John's Nephew
William Longespée the Younger
Arms of Geoffrey of Anjou.svg
1212-1250 Sire Crusader knight and Grandson of Henry II through his bastard son William Longespee
Stephen Longespée
Arms of Stephen Longespée (d.1260).svg
1216-1260 Justiciar of Ireland, Seneschal of Gascony, Sire A knight and Justiciar of Ireland, and seneschal of gascony who was a Grandson of Henry II through his bastard son William Longespee
Nicholas Longespee
Diocese of Salisbury arms.svg
~1220-1297 Bishop of Salisbury A bishop of Salisbury 1291-1297 and a Grandson of Henry II through his bastard son William Longespee
Other Nobles:
Name Coats of arms Lived Native Shire/County Profession/Accomplishments
Giles de Argentine
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~1220-1283 Normandy Justice Itinerant 1253 & 1258, Constable of Windsor 1263, fought for the rebels at the battle of Evesham
Robert de Auberville ~1180-1245 Sussex Justiciar in kent, keeper of the coast
Henry Audley 1175-1246 Staffordshire Constable of Hugh de Lacey, apperantly later a baron
John de Baalun ~1180-1235 Gloucestershire Apperantly a minor English baron who served as Justice itinerant
Guy de Balleul
Guy de Balleul coat of arms.jpg
1222-1265 France A knight who fought in the battle of Evesham on the rebel side.
John de Bayeux ~1190-1249 Lincolnshire A nobleman, murderer, and justice itinerant
Stephen de Bayeux ~1200-1260 Lincolnshire Brother & Heir of John de Bayeux
Eustace de Balliol, Sheriff of Cumberland
Balliol arms.svg
~1215-1274 Yorkshire A nobleman, uncle of the king of Scotland, John Balliol, sheriff of Cumberland, governor of Carlisle castle and participant in Edward I of England's crusade.
William de Beauchamp (1185)
BeauchampArms.svg
1186-1260 Bedfordshire? A nobleman, judge, and high sheriff
Robert Bracey
Bracey coat of arms.png
1192~1270? ? Disgraced former holder of high office who joined the rebel side and fought for the Rebels at the Battle of Evesham
John Botetourt, 1st Baron Botetourt
K-046-Coat of Arms-BOTETOURT-John Botetourt ("Johans Boutetourte").png
1265-1324 ? Upcoming nobleman serving as admiral in the 1290s
Geoffrey de Buckley
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12??-1265 ? He was a rebel who was killed in the Battle of Evesham.
Thomas Butler, 1st Baron Dunboyne
Butler arms.svg
1271-1329 Dublin? He was the third son of the fourth Baron-Butler. He later came to be baron of Dunboyne by writ of summons in 1324
John Charlton, 1st Baron Charlton
Coat of arms of Powys.svg
1268-1353 Shropshire At this point he was a young nobleman receiving his education at the king's court
Sir Peter Compton (~1190-1230) Devonshire Lord of Compton Castle
John de Courcy
Coat of arms of Courcy family.svg
(1150-1219) Normandy He was an influential Anglo Norman knight who arrived in Ireland in 1176 as part of a group of mercenaries sent to conquer Ireland. He branched off on his own assembling a private army of 300 infantry and 22 knights. By working with Gaelic allies he was able to conquer large areas of land, by marrying the daughter of the king of the isles he was on his way to becoming a king himself. He built castles and founded religious houses, acting as de facto earl of ulster. However in 1204 (under the authority of the king of England) he was captured by the Lords of Meath on Good Friday when he was in church unarmed. He spent the rest of his lief in prison
Nicholas de Crioll
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~1220-1272 Kent A knight who held at least 5 fiefs, briefly served as keeper of the coast, and was a member of the royal household listed as a valet
Hugh Despenser the Younger
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~1287-1326 Hampshire At this point he was a youth, possibly in the kings household
Sir John Deyville
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1234-1291 An outlaw loyal to Simon de Montfort
Robert Deyville
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~1236-12?? His brother
Adam de Everingham
Everingham Coat of Arms.jpg
~1225-1280 Yorkshire Keeper of Sherwood Forest, lord of Everingham, Shelford, & Fairburn. Fought at the battle of Evesham for the rebels.
Robert de Everingham
Everingham Coat of Arms.jpg
~1190-1236 Yorkshire Keeper of Sherwood Forest
Guy Ferre the Elder ? ? ?
Richard FitzJohn
Arms of Eustace FitzJohn, Lord Vesci.svg
~1245-1297 Surrey? Knight who fought in Gascony and Wales, Leader of the garrison as Captain of Bourg during the siege led by Henry III de Sully, relieved by Simon Montagu, 1st Baron Montagu
Peter FitzReginald
Arms of Peter FitzHerbert (d.1235).svg
~1275-1310 Wales? Younger son of a Marcher lord. Lord of Chewton.
Reginald FitzReginald
Arms of Peter FitzHerbert (d.1235).svg
~1275-1328 Wales? Younger son of a Marcher lord. Lord of Hinton Martell.
Eustace Folville
John Folville Arms.jpg
~1288-1347 Leicestershire He was a child of John Folville and would eventually go on to be a bandit
John Folville
John Folville Arms.jpg
~1255-1310 Leicestershire He was a knight of the shire for Rutland
Maurice de Gaunt ~1180-1230 Gloucestershire? Nobleman and knight who founded Beverston Castle in Gloucestershire under a royal license
Pierre I de Grailly
Blason Jean de Grailly.svg
~1265~1315? Gascony He was the son of Jean ler de Grailly and viscount of Benauges.
Pierre II de Grailly
Blason Jean de Grailly.svg
1285-1356 Gascony Son of Pierre I de Grailly, at this point he was a child and a teenager but he would go on to become the Viscount of benauges
Hugh Gubyon
Gubyon Arms.jpg
1222-1275 Durham? He was taken prisoner by Roger Mortimer's army at Northampton. He fought for the king in Battle of Lewes and The Battle of Evesham proving himself a loyal royalist.
William Hardell
Coat of arms of William Hardel, Lord Mayor of London.png
~1170-1220? Middlesex? Mayor of london and Magna Carta surety
Robert Holland, 1st Baron Holand
Holland OfWeare Devon Arms.png
~1283-1328 Lancashire At this point he was a young noble
Hugh de Hoyeville
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1210-1265? Hampshire He was a rebel who complained to Henry III regarding the unfair inheritance of debt he suffered which may have been the reason for his support of Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester. He fought in Battle of Evesham and probably died there.
Sir John Ingham
Ingham Coat of arms.png
1260-1309 Norfolk He served Edward I against the Scots
Roger de Leybourne
Leybourne arms.svg
1215-1271 Oxfordshire? English knight who took part in the second baron's war
Jourdain de l'Isle ~1260-1323 Gascony A Gascon Knight, founder of the town of Vianne, he was known for his foul temper and his violent acts against monks, merchants, and even nobles. He was the lord of Cazaubon, Cornillon, and Mongaillard Castle. He was accused of murder and rape along with theft and other crimes but avoided capture until 1326 when he was hanged.
Savari de Mauléon
Blason ville fr Mauléon-Licharre (Pyrénées-Atlantiques).svg
1181-1236 Poitou Ally of John, King of England and seneschal of Poitou for John, also part of the Regency council for Henry III of England
William Maltravers
William Maltravers coat of arms.png
? ? An excellent knight who was favored by the king, apperantly allowed some noble prisoners to escape after The Battle of Evesham, something of a chivalrous act
Adam de Mohaut
De Mohaut coat of arms.png
~1220~1265 He is credited with having recognized and saved Henry III of England in the onslaught following the Battle of Evesham
Amaury de Montfort (priest)
Armoiries seigneurs Montfort.svg
1243-1301 England? Third son of Simon de Montfort 6th earl of Leicester, outlived his brothers
Henry de Montfort
Armoiries seigneurs Montfort.svg
1238-1265 England? Son of Simon de Montfort 6th earl of Leicester, killed at the battle of Evesham
Peter de Montfort
Arms of Mountford (of Beaudesert, Warwickshire).png
1205-1265 Warwickshire? Supporter of Simon de Montfort, Served as de facto "Speaker of the house of commons" under Simon's government
Simon de Montfort the Younger
Armoiries seigneurs Montfort.svg
1240-1271 England? Second son of Simon de Montfort 6th earl of Leicester, died a fugitive having murdered Henry of Almain
Ralph de Monthermer, 1st Baron Montherme
Monthermar.svg
1270-1325 Durham At this point he was a squire for Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Gloucester
Roger de Morteyn (predeceased his father) ~1240-1274 Bedfordshire Elder son of Roger I de Morteyn who predeceased his father.
Robert de Morteyn 1227-12?? Bedfordshire Nobleman, son of Eustace II de Morteyn
John de Morteyn ~1190-???? Bedfordshire Nobleman
John de Morteyn (younger) 1230-1284 Bedfordshire Nobleman, son of Eustace II de Morteyn
William de Morteyn 1197-???? Bedfordshire Nobleman brother of
William de Morteyn (Knight) 1221-1283 Bedfordshire Knight, son of Eustace II de Morteyn
Humbert de Pairaud
Armoiries Hugues de Payens.svg
~1230-1280 England & France Master of the knights Templar for England and France
Thomas Pinkeney
Arms of Baron Pinkney.svg
~1250-1300 Northamptonshire? Relative of Robert de Pinkeney
Richard de Poncelis ~1200-1260 Gascony He was a Bailiff who served under Henry de Turberville in Gascony and quarreled with Hugh de Vivonne in 1234 apparently having been deprived of his Bailiwick. He refused to surrender his office and the property of the office including armor, furniture, and other goods and received the protection of a cathedral. He was encouraged by his success in his defiance and tore down a tower of a royal castle to use the stones for his own tower. de Vivonne was forced to invoke the authority of the king in order to counter him and on 27 January the king ordered the archbishop of Bordeaux to surrender the rebel who was under his protection.
Walter Prouse
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~1180-1200 Devon Devonshire knight and lord of Gidleigh Castle
William de Ros of Helmsley
Coat of arms of Robert de Roos, Lord of Hamlake Castle.png
~1190-1240? Yorkshire? Son of Robert de Ros (died 1227), Lord of Helmsley, Rebel captured at the Battle of Lincoln (1217)
Henry le Scrope
Scrope arms.svg
1268-1336 England? English nobleman, probably a squire (later a Lord-Chief Justice)
Barrau de Sescas ~1270-1325 Gascony He was a Gascon Knight, vassal of Albret and a supporter of the English, he served as admiral of Bayonne fleet and captain of the coast
Richard Stapledon
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~1260-1326 Devon A knight, judge, and elder brother of Walter de Stapledon. In 1326 he died a valiant death trying to save his brother from an angry mob of Londoners.
Walter de Stapledon
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1261-1326 Devon At this point he was a young nobleman probably studying for his future ecclesiastical career.
Hamo le Strange
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~1240~1272 Shropshire? Crusader Knight who fought for Edward I of England at the Battle of Evesham
John Lestrange
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~1190-1269 Shropshire He was a knight who took part in John, King of England's failed campaign in Poitou, later he backed the King in the second barons war
Randulf de Talemont ~1200-1260 Gascony He was probably a nobleman. He was responsible for holding onto lances, bows, targes, and crossbows out of the castle of Oleron. It required a special order from the king in order to convince him to surrender the arms.
Richard Trussel
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1215-1265 Warwickshire He was a rebel who fought alongside Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester at the Battle of Lewes and later at the Battle of Evesham where he was killed and had his head chopped off.
John de Valognes
Valognes arms (ancient).svg
? ? Lord of Orford
Hugh de Vere, 1st Baron Vere
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~1270-1318 Kent? The second son of Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford he served as a knight in gascony (1294-1297), and in Scotland (1299-1318)
Walter de Washington
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1212-1264 Durham A knight who died in Battle of Lewes

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