|d. a1336||[CP I:347-8]|
|m. c1288||[CP I:347-8]|
|d. 17 July 1304||Wigmore||[CP IX:281-3]|
|m. c1285||[CP IX:281-3]|
[5717202/11347499/22700603] Margaret de Fiennes
|d. 7 Feb 1333/4||[CP IX:281-3]|
Edmund Mortimer m, c 1285, Margaret, da of Sir William de Fenles (or De Fienes), 2nd cousin of Eleanore of Castile, Queen of Edward I, by Blanche de Brienne. He d 17 July 1304 and was bur at Wigmore. Dower was assigned to his widow 25 Sep 1304. the castle of Radnor was restored to her, as her dower, after seizure upon her sons fofeiture; but her presence in thos parts was too greeat an encouragement to the contrariants to be suffered., and she was there fore lodged in various places (in Hants, in Skipton-in-Craven and Pontefract Castles, and in Elstowe nunnery) by order of the King. Her lands, which had been seized by the King in 1322 were restored in 1328. In 1330 a papal indult was issued for her. She d 7 Feb 1333/4.
Dewayne E. Perry
Copyright © 1965-Present. All rights reserved.
Last Updated 30 Sep 2001