Lord Edmund Ferrers

Father*Lord Robert Ferrers
Mother*Margaret le Despenser d. 3 Nov 1415

Child of Lord Edmund Ferrers

Lord William Ferrers

Father*Lord Edmund Ferrers

Child of Lord William Ferrers

Anne Ferrers

Father*Lord William Ferrers
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Vychan.

Child of Anne Ferrers and Sir Roger Vychan

Sir Roger Vychan


Child of Sir Roger Vychan and Anne Ferrers

Thomas Vaughn

Father*Sir Roger Vychan
Mother*Anne Ferrers

Child of Thomas Vaughn

Watkin Vaughn

Father*Thomas Vaughn

Child of Watkin Vaughn

Walter Vaughn

Father*Watkin Vaughn

Child of Walter Vaughn

Sybil Vaughn

Father*Walter Vaughn
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Scudamore.

Child of Sybil Vaughn and John Scudamore

John Scudamore


Child of John Scudamore and Sybil Vaughn

John Scudamore

Father*John Scudamore
Mother*Sybil Vaughn

Child of John Scudamore

William Scudamore

Father*John Scudamore

Child of William Scudamore

Mary Scudamore

Father*William Scudamore
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was French.

Child of Mary Scudamore and Thomas French

Thomas French


Child of Thomas French and Mary Scudamore

Mary French

Father*Thomas French
Mother*Mary Scudamore
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Smith.

Child of Mary French and Robert Smith

Robert Smith


Child of Robert Smith and Mary French

Samuel Smith Sr.

Father*Robert Smith
Mother*Mary French

Child of Samuel Smith Sr.

Samuel Smith Jr.

Father*Samuel Smith Sr.

Child of Samuel Smith Jr.

Asael Smith

Father*Samuel Smith Jr.

Child of Asael Smith

Joseph Smith Sr.

Father*Asael Smith

Child of Joseph Smith Sr.

Joseph Smith Jr.

M, b. 23 December 1805, d. 27 June 1844
Joseph Smith, Jr.
Father*Joseph Smith Sr.
     Joseph Smith, Jr. was the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement and an important religious and political figure in the United States. In 1827, Smith announced that an angel had given him a set of golden plates describing a history of ancient American peoples. He said that he translated these plates by the gift and power of God. Smith then published the resulting narratives as the Book of Mormon. Based on this book and a series of revelations, Smith founded the Church of Christ in western New York, claiming it to be a restoration of early Christianity.

Emma Hale

F, b. 10 July 1804, d. 30 April 1879
Emma Hale Smith
Father*Isaac Hale
Mother*Elizabeth Lewis
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name17 January 1827As of 17 January 1827,her married name was Smith.
     Emma Hale Smith Bidamon as married to Joseph Smith, Jr., until his death in 1844, and was an early leader of the Latter Day Saint movement, during Joseph Smith's lifetime and afterward as a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS, now the Community of Christ).

Isaac Hale


Child of Isaac Hale and Elizabeth Lewis

Elizabeth Lewis

Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Hale.

Child of Elizabeth Lewis and Isaac Hale

Elizabeth De Clare

F, b. 16 September 1295, d. 4 November 1360
Father*Gilbert De Clare b. 2 Sep 1243, d. 7 Dec 1295
Mother*Joan of Acre b. Apr 1272, d. 23 Apr 1307
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name30 September 1308As of 30 September 1308,her married name was de Burgh.
  • Elizabeth De Clare was born on 16 September 1295.
  • She was the daughter of Gilbert De Clare and Joan of Acre.
  • Elizabeth De Clare married John de Burgh on 30 September 1308.
  • Elizabeth De Clare died on 4 November 1360 at age 65.
     Elizabeth de Clare (16 September 1295 –4 November 1360) was the heiress to the lordships of Clare, Suffolk in England and Usk in Wales. She was one of three daughters of Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Hertford and Joan of Acre, and sister of the infant fourth earl, also Gilbert de Clare.

She accompanied her brother Gilbert to Ireland for their double wedding to two siblings: the son and daughter of the Earl of Ulster. Elizabeth married John de Burgh on 30 September 1308.

He was the heir to the Earl of Ulster, and Elizabeth could expect to be a countess. She gave birth to their only child, a son, in 1312; he would become William Donn de Burgh, 3rd Earl of Ulster. Only a year later, her husband John was suddenly killed in a minor skirmish. Now a widow, Elizabeth remained in Ireland until another family tragedy demanded her return.

Her brother Gilbert was killed at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 aged only 23 and, as he left no surviving issue and had no brothers, his property was equally divided between his three full sisters, Elizabeth, Eleanor and Margaret. Suddenly Elizabeth was one of the greatest heiresses in England. Her uncle, King Edward II, recalled her to the land of her birth so he could select a husband for her. She left Ireland in 1316, leaving behind her young son, William. Elizabeth never returned.

Edward II placed her in Bristol Castle, but his plans to marry her to one of his supporters were dashed in February 1316, when Elizabeth was abducted from Bristol by Theobald II de Verdun, the former Justiciar of Ireland. He and Elizabeth had been engaged before she was called back to England. She was Lady Verdun for only six months however, for Theobald died on 27 July 1316, at Alton, Staffordshire, of typhoid. He left behind three daughters from a prior marriage and Elizabeth, who was pregnant. She fled to Amesbury Priory, where she stayed under the protection of her aunt Mary de Burgh, who was a nun there, and where Theobald's posthumous daughter, Isabel de Verdun, named after the Queen, was born on 21 March 1317[1].

Just a few weeks later after Isabel's birth, Edward II married Elizabeth to Sir Roger D'Amory, Lord D'Amory, Baron of Armoy in Ireland.

D'Amory had been a knight in her brother's service who rose to prominence as a favourite of Edward II. Now married to him, Elizabeth was caught up in the political upheavals of her uncle's reign. She gave birth to another daughter, Elizabeth, in May 1318. Roger was reckless and violent, and made a deadly enemy of his brother-in-law, Hugh the younger Despenser. D'Amory switched sides over to Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, and died in March 1322, having been captured by royalist forces. Elizabeth was taken and imprisoned at Barking Abbey with her children by the victorious faction.1


  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_de_Clare

John de Burgh


Caroline Louisa Burnaby

F, b. 1832
Father*Edwyn Burnaby b. 29 Sep 1798
Mother*Anne Caroline Salisbury b. c 1805
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Cavendish Bentinck.

Child of Caroline Louisa Burnaby and Charles William Cavendish Bentinck

Edwyn Burnaby

M, b. 29 September 1798
Father*Edwin Andrew Burnaby
Mother*Mary Browne

Child of Edwyn Burnaby and Anne Caroline Salisbury

Anne Caroline Salisbury

F, b. circa 1805
Father*Thomas Salisbury
Mother*Frances Webb
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Burnaby.

Child of Anne Caroline Salisbury and Edwyn Burnaby

Anne Wellesley

F, b. 1788
Father*Richard Wellesley b. 20 Jun 1760, d. 26 Sep 1842
Mother*Hyacinth Roland b. 1766, d. 1816
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Cavendish Bentinck.
     Lady William Cavendish-Bentinck.

Child of Anne Wellesley and William Charles Cavendish Bentinck

Fredrick Walsh


Child of Fredrick Walsh