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I am so grateful to all those whoes work is included but not properly credited. This is my workbook and I went too fast to credit along the way. I have been going back and trying to do just that.
Leland Garton

LUCY, DE
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1. ADRIAN DE LUCY was born Abt. 1064 in Lucé-sur-Orné, in the Baliwick of Passeis, nr Dromfront, in Maine, Normandy, France. He married AVELINE GHOT or GOTH Abt. 1084. She was born Abt. 1058 near Lucé, Maine, Normandy, France, and died Aft. February 1130/31.

More About ADRIAN DE LUCY:
Fact 1: The name Adrian not positively confirmed, however possibly the son of Geoffrey de Lucy born abt 1029 (surname recorded de Luceio, de Louset or de Luci)
Fact 2: Geoffrey de Lucy, Lord of Gouviz & Baron of Cretot not recorded at Dives-sur-Mer
Fact 3: 1066, Geoffrey de Lucy said to be one of the Norman lords who invaded England in 1066
Fact 4: Despite the problems with the accuracy of the Battle Abbey Rolls, Lucy does occur in several versions, but with no Christian name.

Notes for ADRIAN DE LUCY:
There is a record of a Geoffrey de Lucy (monk) mentioned at Savigny in 1137 (possibly a younger brother). A group of monks from Savigny formed Jervaulx, Wensleydale in 1145 among other English settlements. A Ralph de Lucy is recorded in 1140-48 in a charter regarding Foucarmont. Their first Abbott came from Savigny when it was founded in 1130. Richard's brother, Walter de Lucy was initially a monk at Lonlay-l'Abbaye, which is only five and an half miles from Domfront. Another of Richard's brothers was Robert de Lucy of Chrishall and Elmdon, Essex.

More About AVELINE GOTH:
Fact 1: Also known as "Avelina"
Fact 2: Kinswoman and heiress of William Ghot or Goth, possibly grand-daughter or neice (nepte)
Fact 3: February 1130/31, Henry I in charter for Séez Catherdral mentions Richard de Lucy & Aveline

Notes for AVELINE GOTH:
Lucé lies geographically in Maine, and its real connection with Normandy dates from the occupation in 1092 of Domfront, the castle of Robert de Belleme, by Henry Beauclerc, the Count of the Cotentin. The connection between Henry I probably commenced at this time as illustrated by the charter for Seéz Cathedral dated Feb 1131, in which Henry records a fief which he had bought from Richard de Lucy, and his mother Aveline (Ghot or Goth).

RICHARD DE LUCY (ADRIAN1) Lord Gouviz and Baron Cretot was born Abt. 1089 in (originally from) Lucé, near Domfront, Normandy, France., He was christened in Also Of, Thorney Green, Suffolk, England. and died 14 July 1179 in Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent, England - buried in the Chapter House of his Abbey. Although Lesnes Abbey no longer exists, his tomb could still be seen in 1630, and upon the belt of the figure of a knight the fleur-de-lis, the rebus or name device of the Lucys was sculptured in many places. He married ROESIA OR ROHAISE OR ROYSIA of BOULOGNE Abt. 1109, it is believed in Thorney Green, Suffolk, England. She was born Abt. 1092, it is believed, in Carshalton, Surrey, England and died before 1151 and was buried at either Faversham Abbey, Kent or Holy Trinity Priory, Aldgate, London. Faversham Abbey, the burial place of Richard de Lucy's wife, was built by Stephen and Matilda to found a royal mausoleum for the House of Blois. They hoped that the dynasty would rule over England for generations to come. In fact it began, and ended, with them.


Notes for RICHARD DE LUCY:
RICHARD DE LUCY (d. 1179), called the "loyal," chief justiciar of England, appears in the latter part of Stephen's reign as sheriff and justiciar of the county of Essex. He became, on the accession cf Henry II., chief justiciar conjointly with Robert de Beaumont, earl of Leicester; and after the death of the latter (1168) held the office without a colleague for twelve years. The chief servant and intimate of the king he was among the first of the royal party to incur excommunication in the Becket controversy. In 1173 he played an important part in suppressing the rebellion of the English barons, and commanded the royalists at the battle of Fornham. He resigned the justiciarship in 1179, though pressed by the King to continue in office, and retired to Lesnes Abbey in Kent, which he had founded and where he died. Lucy's son, Godfrey de Lucy (d. 1204), was bishop of Winchester from 1189 to his death in September 1204; he took a prominent part in public affairs during the reigns of Henry II., Richard I. and John.

Richard de Lucy (d. 1179) , chief justiciary; maintained the cause of Stephen in Normandy against Geoffrey of Anjou; recalled to England, 1140; chief justiciary jointly with Robert de Beaumont , earl of Leicester (1104-1168), 1153-66; sole chief justiciary, 1166-79; excommunicated by Thomas Becket in 1166 and 1169 for his share in drawing up the constitutions of Clarendon (1164); commanded for Henry II in the insurrection of 1173.

In April 1173 when Prince Henry rebelled against his father, King Henry II, Richard de Lucy together with Humphrey de Bohun III invaded Scotland in an attack against King William the Lion who supported Prince Henry and the destruction of the bishop's palace at Durham. They burned Berwick and penetrated deeply into Scotland. But when they learned of the landing of Robert de Beaumont (earl of Leicester and friend of Prince Henry) in Suffolk (29 September 1173), they made a truce with William the Lion and marched against Beaumont.

His role in holding together those loyal to the king in the great revolt of 1173-1174 was crucial. In 1179 he resigned his office and entered the religious life at Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent, founded by himself in 1178 in penance for his part in the events leading to Becket's death. Richard de Lucy (Richardo de Luceio - presumed son of Adrian) is first mentioned in February 1131 together with his mother Aveline, kinswomen and heiress of William Ghot or Goth, in the charter of Seéz. In October 1138, Richard de Lucy was the Castellan of Falaise during the 18 day siege by Geoffrey, Earl of Anjou and was recalled to England in 1140 becoming the Constable of the Tower of London in 1151. He built his castle at Ongar in 1153. Richard de Lucy is recorded as Lord Gouviz and Baron Cretot and militarily responsible for the the Baliwick of Passeis, near Domfrort, of which Lucé forms a part, in 1172.

In the contest between Stephen and the Empress Maud, he maintained his allegiance to Stephen and obtained a significant victory near Wallingford Castle. Upon resolving the dispute, the Tower of London and the Castle of Winchester were on the advice of the clergy, placed in the hands of Richard de Lucy, binding him by solemn oath and the hostage of his son to deliver them up on the death of King Stephen to King Henry. Once fulfilled, Richard de Lucy was constituted Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire in 1156.

Notes for ROESIA OR ROHAISE OR ROYSIA OF BOULOGNE:
Queen Maud, wife of King Stephen of England, was the heiress of the Boulogne family and therefore was closely related to Sir Richard Lucy's wife (providing the gift of Chipping Ongar).

SIR. WILLIAM3 DE LUCY (RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1126 in Diss, Norfolk, England. He married CECILIA DE LUCY.

More About SIR. WILLIAM DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Linkage with Richard de Lucy unclear - a kinsman, possibly brother not son
Fact 2: Burke notes William (wife Cecilia) as son of Richard

REYNOLD DE LUCY (WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1137 in of Egremont & Coupland, Yorkshire, and died Abt. 11 January 1198/99. He married AMABEL OR AMABILIS FITZDUNCAN Bef. 1162 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England, daughter of WILLIAM FITZDUNCAN and ALICE DE RUMILLY. She was born 1135, and died 1201.

More About REYNOLD DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Near kinsman of Richard de Luci (Lucy) 'the loyal' Chief Justiciar of England
Fact 2: Bet. 1168 - 1175, Honour of Peverel of Nottingham
Fact 3: 1158, Associated with Cumberland
Fact 4: Keeper of Nottingham Castle
Fact 5: Also known as Reginald
Fact 6: Others indicate him to be first son of Godfrey not his brother William
Fact 7: 1151, Egremont Castle passed to Reginald de Lucy on death of William Fitz Duncan
Fact 8: Bet. 1162 - 1164, Witness together with Walter (Abbot of Battle), Godfrey (Bishop of Winchester & son of Richard) & Robert de Luci at the charter of Geoffrey gift of Church of Lesnes Kent to Priory Christ Church, London
Fact 9: Reynold was Gilbert Pipard's brother in law

Notes for AMABEL OR AMABILIS FITZDUNCAN:
It is recorded that AMABILIS DE LUCY was related to PRIAM HIGH KING OF TROY

More About AMABEL OR AMABILIS FITZDUNCAN:
Fact 1: second of three daughters
Fact 3: Also known as Amabilis FitzWilliam

RICHARD DE LUCY (REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1170 in of Egremont & Coupland, Yorkshire, and died 12 December 1213 in buried: Priory of St. Bees. He married ADA DE MORVILL 1202, daughter of HUGH DE MORVILL and HELWISE DE STUTEVILLE. She died Aft. 1230.

More About RICHARD DE LUCY:
Fact 1: (Dugdale, Foss & Nicolas state) He succeeded his grandfather Richard de Lucy
Fact 2: died during his father's lifetime - possibly, Godfrey the Bishop of Winchester.
Fact 3: his father reputed to be son of elder son of the "Justiciary" named Geoffrey who

Amabel De LUCY was born before 1200 in . Parents: Richard De LUCY and Ade De MOREVILLE. Anabel married Lambert De MULTON was born about 1218. He died before 16 Nov 1246 in Fleet. Parents: Thomas MULTON II and Sarah Fitzjosce De FLETE.

Thomas II de Multon born before 1146 Multon, Spalding, England died 1201 m Sarah FitzJosce de Flete c born between 1170 and 1180 Flete, Lincolnshire, England died before 1218
Lambert de Multon de Lucy died 16 November 1246 m Anabel de Lucy born after 1200 died between 1276/87 Lambert took surname of Lucy.

THOMAS DE MULTON III (AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1225, and died Abt. 29 April 1294. He married (1) MAUD DE VAUX. She was born 1230. He married (2) ISABEL DE BOLTEBY Bef. 1240, daughter of ADAM DE BOLTEBY. She died Bef. 1294.

Child of THOMAS DE MULTON and MAUD DE VAUX is:

ALIVA (ALINE)8 DE MULTON (THOMAS7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1255 in Bramber, Sussex, England. She married WILLIAM DE BRAOSE VII 2nd LORD BRAOSE (Brus) OF GOWER,. He was born Bet. 1220 - 1224 in Bramber, Sussex, England, and died 1 May 1326.

William was only 12 when his father died. The wardship of William and the de Braose lands were granted by Henry III to Peter des Rievaux. On his fall in 1234 these custodies were passed on to the king's brother, Richard, Earl of Cornwall. When William came of age he took control of the Braose lands in gower, Bramber and Tetbury. He was plagued throughout his life by a series of legal battles with his female relatives.

Children of ALIVA DE MULTON and WILLIAM LORD BRAOSE are:
45. i. JOAN9 DE BRAOSE, d. Bet. 1321 - 1324.
ii. WILLIAM DE BRAOSE VIII, b. Abt. 1280; d. Bef. 1 May 1326.
46. iii. ALIVA DE BRAOSE, b. Bet. 1286 - 1290, Bramble or Gower, England; d. 30 July 1331, Swansea.

ALIVA DE BRAOSE (ALIVA (ALINE)8 DE MULTON, THOMAS7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bet. 1286 - 1290 in Bramble or Gower, England, and died 30 July 1331 in Swansea. She married (1) SIR JOHN DE MOWBRAY 2nd BARON MOWBRAY 1298. He was born 4 September 1286 in Chamb, Norfolk, and died 23 March 1321/22 in York, Yorkshire, England. Executed by hanging after the Battle of Boroughbridge.. She married (2) RICHARD DE PERSHELL Aft. 1322.

More About SIR JOHN DE MOWBRAY BARON MOWBRAY:

Fact 1: 2nd Baron Mowbray. Summoned to Parliament during reign of Edward II.
Fact 3: Abt. 1313 made Governor of the city of York.
Fact 4: Abt. 1318 made Governor of Malton & Scarborough castles.
Fact 5: Executed for joining the rebellion of the northern Lords against the Despencers.
Fact 6: Summoned to Parliament 1307-1321 & as a Lord of Parliament 1319.
Fact 8: 1 May 1326, Took possession of baronies of Gower & Bramber upon father in law's death.

A. CHRISTIANNA DE MOWBRAY, m. (1) RICHARD DE EMILDON; d. 1333; m. (2) SIR WILLIAM DE PLUMPTON, Bef. 1338; b. of Plumpton, Yorkshire; d. 1362.

B. JOHN DE MOWBRAY II 3rd BARON MOWBRAY, b. 29 November 1310, Hovingham, Yorkshire, England; d. 4 October 1361, York, Yorkshire, England of the plague. : Summoned to Parliament 1334-1361. married abt. 28 February 1326/27 JOAN (JOANNA) PLANTAGENET OF LANCASTER, Abt. 28 February 1326/27; b. 1310, Norfolk, England; d. 7 July 1349.d/o Henry Plantagenet 3rd Earl of Lancaster born about 1281 Grismond Castle, Monmouth, England died 22 September 1345 Monastry of Cannons, England buried Monastry of Cannons, England & Maud de Chaworth born 1282 Kidwelly, Glamorganshire, Wales died after 19 February 1317 buried before 3 December 1322 Priory, Mottisfont, Hampshire, England married before 2 March 1296/97 John (I) Baron Mowbray born 4 September 1286 Thirsk, Yorkshire, England died 23 March 1321 York, Yorkshire, England & Maud de GREYSTOKE Swansea, Wales
Sir John (III) 4th Earl of Mowbray born 25 June 1340 Epworth, Isle of Axhelme, Lincolnshire, England died 9 October 1368 Thrace, Byzantium. Married Elizabeth de Segrave born 25 October 1338 Croxton, England died 24 May 1368 or 24 March 1397/98 England. d/o John II 4th Baron Segrave born 1315 England died 20 March 1352/53 England & Margaret Marshall Plantagenet of Norfolk, Duchess of Norfolk.
As was the custom of lords at the time, de Mowbray served in the French wars. The 4th Baron took the cross and met born between 1320/22 England died 24 May 1398 England. his end near Constantinople, fighting against the Turks. Margaret's paternal Grandparents were King Edward I of England and Marguerite of France.
JOHN, 5TH BARON WELLES, b 20 April 1352 in Conisholme, Lincolnshire, England, d. on 26 Aug. 1421; m ELEANOR DE MOWBRAY before 1368.
EUDO Welles, b c 1340 Gainsby, d before 1421 m. MAUD DE GREYSTOKE.
William Welles b. c. 1418 m. Anne Barnewall of Crickstown. b. 1425
Thomas Welles b. c. 1460
Miss Welles m. John Rufford
Walter Rufford m. Margaret Colles
Roger Rufford b. 1545 m. Joane Jeffries
Joan Rufford m. William Prichett
John Prichett m. Anna Newsam
Ann Prichett m. William Angell
William Angell m. Mary
William Garton m. Margaret Angell
Uriah Garton m. Winifred unk.
Zachariah Garton m. Clara Wisdom
Uriah (Ezra)Garton m. Sarah Cuddon, widow Jones.
Judge Zachariah Garton m. Rebecca “Polly” Miller
John Bunyan Garton b. 1814 m. Sarah Louisa Loyd
William Zacharaiah Garton b. 1836 m. Margaret Elizabeth Hart
John Michael Garton b. 1871 m. Albie Ann Akers
William Smith Garton b.12/30/1898 m. Vernal Mae Huddleston b. 08/20/190

DESCENDANT FAMILIES
Adwige (Avoise) Princess of France, Avelina of Sweden, Bolebec, Counts of Brionne, De Clare, Counts of Cleremont, Creil, Crepon, Dammartion, Earls of Clare, E’Evereux, Counts of D’Eu, FitzGilbert, FitzRichard de Tonbridege, Fleitel, Giffard, Goth, Counts of Hainault, Harald "The Blue Tooth" Blaatand II Herbastus De Crepon GORMSSON KING OF DENMARK and Gunhild Queen Of DENMARK Hugh Butler of France, Laon, Macon, Counts of Montdidier, Dukes of Normandie, Counts of Reims, de Roucy, Rouen
1135-1152: Sir Richard de Lucy received Chipping Ungar, Crishall, Roding, and Stanford Rivers as gift from King Stephen and his wife Queen Maud. 1153-1154: The above gift was confirmed by their son William Count of Boulogne. The following evidence supports the existence of this gift. The Essex properties were held thereafter by the de Redvers family, and finally many properties in Essex were sold in the 1300s. Richard de Redvers married Matilda de Lucy (daughter of Geoffrey de Lucy) presumably in the late 1100s. Quite possibly the Essex proeprty was part of Matilda's dower.

An alternate explanation (possible) of the transfer of property into the Ripariis family is that perhaps Manaser Biset acquired the Essex property initially from Sir Richard de Lucy. His grand daughter Margaret (eldest daughter of John Biset) married Richard de Ryvers before 1241, and the Essex property
1308/1310:1313/1314: There are at least eight property transactions involving Essex properties including: Manor of Stamford The Hundred of Angre > Manor of Est Merseye > Manor of Stanford Rivers > (Patent Rolls)

Late 13th/early 14th Century: Grant by John de Ryvers > Lord of Angre to Dom. Ralph de Monte Hermeri of manor of Langan. > (A2A)

1324: License for Richard de Ripariis (Redvers) Knight to enfeoff manor of Estmereseye Essex held in chief in the honour of Reylech and regrant to Robert de Ripariis and Joan (wife) (Patent Rolls)

1325: (Dec 6th) License for Edmund de Bohun and Maud (wife) to enfeoff Roger de Ryvers of manor of Christehale Essex held in chief of the castle of Angre and of the manor of Elmedon Essex held in chief as honour of Boulogne as appears by inquisition made by John de Blumvill escheator in the county of Essex etc; and for him to regrant the same to them and the heirs of Edmund. (Patent Rolls)
SECOND LINE
MATILDA (MAUD) DE LUCY (THOMAS7 DE MULTON III, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1239, and died 1337 Married Nicholas DE SEGRAVE, : 1st Lord Segrave. Constable of the Tower of London. was born about 1238. He died before 12 Nov 1295. He was also known as Nicholas De Seagrave. He was buried in Chacomb Priory, Northamptonshire, England.
More About SIR. NICHOLAS DE SEGRAVE:
Fact 3: Summoned as Lord Segrave to Montfort's Parliament 24 Dec 1264.
Fact 4: Summoned to Parliament at Shrewsbury 28 Jun 1283.
Fact 5: Summoned to Parliament 24 Jun 1295.
Fact 6: 14 May 1264, Commanded Montfort left flank of Londoners at Lewes.
Fact 7: 14 May 1264, Londoner flank decimated by Prince Edward w/ unheralded savagery.
Fact 8: 5 April 1264, Escaped crippling defeat of de Montfort's forces at Northampton.
Fact 9: Served under Simon de Montfort in Gascony & Wales.
Fact 10: Formally renounced his allegiance to Henry III on the eve of Battle of Lewes.
Fact 11: Received a Royal pardon.
Fact 12: One of the few rebel barons to survive the carnage at Evesham.

John DE SEGRAVE 2nd Lord Segrave. (MATILDA (MAUD)8 DE LUCY, THOMAS7 DE MULTON III, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1256 in of Seagrave, Leicestershire, England, and died 1325 in Gascony. He married CHRISTIANA DE PLESSETIS Bet. 1269 - 1270. She was born 1263 in of Stottesdon, Shropshire, England, and died 8 May 1331.

Ellen DE SEGRAVE (Sister of Stephen) was born about 1282 in Lutton Hoo, Bedfordshire, England. She was also known as Margaret. Parents: John DE SEGRAVE. Spouse: William DE FERRERS
Baron Henry DE FERRERS, died on 15 Sep 1343. Baron Parents: William DE FERRERS and Ellen DE SEGRAVE. Spouse: Isabel DE VERDON.

William DE FERRERS VI was born on 28 Feb 1321/22. He died on 8 Jan 1369/70. Parents: Baron Henry DE FERRERS and Isabel DE VERDON. Spouse: DE UFFORD. (See Ferrers)


Excerpted from Les Seigneurs de Bohon by Jean Le Me lletier, Coutances:

II, Richard I together with Humphrey de Bohun III invaded Scotland in an attack against King William who supported Prince Henry and thed estruction of the bishop's palace at Durham. They went to Berwick and penetrated deeply into Scotland. But when they learned of the landing of Beaumont (earl of Leicester and friend of Prince Henry) in Suffolk (29 September 11??) , a truce with William the Lion and marched against Beaumont.

Domfront in western N ormandy and probably entered royal service under Henry I. He is recorded as a s upporter of S about the year 1140, succeeding Geoffrey de Mandeville as Justici ar and sheriff of Essex 1143. justiciars in 1155. and after Leicester's deat h in 1168 (Richard) Lucy held the office alone. As one of the king's councilors he must be given part of the credit for the important legislation of the period, and during which with Becket he was singled out by the king's enemies as a principal a uthor of the Con Clarendon (1164).

1179 he resigned his offic e and entered the religious life at Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent, himself in 1178 in penance for his part in the events leading to Becket's death. He had been ex communicated by Becket in 1166 and again in 1169, and the archbishop's murder h part provoked by his refusal to lift the sentences he had passed upon his enemies. Richard Lucy died at Lesnes on July 14, 1179.(Encyclopedia Brittanica). Parents: .

THIRD LINE
Nicholas DE SEGRAVE was born about 1238. He died before 12 Nov 1295. He was also known as Nicholas De Seagrave. He was buried in Chacomb Priory, Northamptonshire, England. Married MATILDA (MAUD) DE LUCY (THOMAS7 DE MULTON III, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1239, and died 1337
John DE SEGRAVE 2nd Lord Segrave. (MATILDA (MAUD)8 DE LUCY, THOMAS7 DE MULTON III, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1256 in of Seagrave, Leicestershire, England, and died 1325 in Gascony. He married CHRISTIANA DE PLESSETIS Bet. 1269 - 1270. She was born 1263 in of Stottesdon, Shropshire, England, and died 8 May 1331.

Stephen Segrave (brother of Ellen) born about 1285 in Segrave, Leicestershire, England. He died before 12 Dec 1325 in Chaucombe, Northamptonshire, England. m Alice FitzAlan was born in 1305 in England. She died after 12 Dec 1325. d/o Edmund FitzAlan Earl of Arundel was born on 1 May 1285 in Marlborough House, London, Middlesex, England. He died on 17 Nov 1326 in Herefordshire, England. The cause of death was Beheaded. & Lady Alice de Warenne was born about 1287 in Arundel, Sussex, England. She died before 23 May 1338 in Arundel, Sussex, England. d/o William de Warenne was born in 1256 in Warren, Sussex, England. He died on 12 Dec 1286 in Croydon, Surrey, England. He was buried in High Altar Of Lewes, Reigste, Sussex, England.& Joan de Vere was born about 1264 in Oxfordshire, England. She died on 21 Nov 1293 in England. She was buried on 21 Nov 1293 in High Altar Of Lewes, Reigste, Sussex, England.

John Segrave 3rd Baron Segrave born in 1319 in Norfolk, England. He died on 1 Apr 1353.m Lady Margaret Plantagenet Duchess of Norfolk born about 1320 in Norfolk, England. She died on 24 Mar 1397/1398. She married Baron John de Seagrave in 1337. d/o Earl Thomas of Norfolk born on 1 Jun 1300 in Brotherton, Yorkshire, England. He died on 4 Aug 1338 in England. He was buried in Abbey, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. and Alice Hayles born about 1300 in Harwich, Essex, England. She died after 8 May 1326. d/o Sir Roger Halys Coroner of Harwich, Essex

Lady Elizabeth Segrave m John de Mowbray 4th Baron Mowbray. b. 1340
Eleanor de Mowbray, Baroness m John de Welles, Baron b. 1352
Eudo Welles b. c. 1387 m. Maud de Greystoke
William Welles b. c. 1418 m. Anne Barnewall b. 1425
Thomas Welles b. c. 1460
Miss Welles m. John Rufford
Walter Rufford m. Margaret Colles
Roger Rufford b. 1545 m. Joane Jeffries
Joan Rufford m. William Prichett
John Prichett m. Anna Newsam
Ann Prichett m. William Angell
William Angell m. Mary
William Garton m. Margaret Angell
Uriah Garton m. Winifred unk.
Zachariah Garton m. Clara Wisdom
Uriah (Ezra)Garton m. Sarah Cuddon, widow Jones.
Judge Zachariah Garton m. Rebecca “Polly” Miller
John Bunyan Garton b. 1814 m. Sarah Louisa Loyd
William Zacharaiah Garton b. 1836 m. Margaret Elizabeth Hart
John Michael Garton b. 1871 m. Albie Ann Akers
William Smith Garton b.12/30/1898 m. Vernal Mae Huddleston b. 08/20/1909