|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 12, part 1, page 415:
He [Bartholomew de Sudeley (d. 1280)] m. Joan.(o)
Idem [Cal. Close Rolls], 1296-1302, p. 165.
Bartholomew married, 8 September 1254, Joan, the daughter of Sir William de Beauchamp, who gave with her in free marriage ten virgates and other lands in Sheriff's Lench, Worcestershire [E. Mason, ed., Beauchamp Cartulary Charters 1100-1268 (Pipe Roll Society, new series vol. 43), pp. 20-22 (1980)].
[This evidence was provided by Rosie Bevan in July 2004.
Item last updated 26 August 2004.]
Volume 12, part 1, page 422:
[THOMAS BOTELER, s. and h. ap. [of Ralph (Boteler), Lord Sudeley (d. 1473)], m. Eleanor, sis. of Sir John TALBOT, d. v.p. and s.p. between 1450 and 1468. His widow d. 30 June 1468.]
Eleanor was the daughter of John (Talbot), Earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1453) by his second wife Margaret, daughter of Richard (Beauchamp), Earl of Warwick. She was married to Thomas by 10 May 1453 (when both were living), but Thomas was dead by 15 January 1459/60. [Warwickshire County Record Office, Holbech of Farnborough, L1/79-82; online abstracts at Access to Archives.]
[This evidence was provided by Douglas Richardson in June 2004.
The question was also discussed by Brad Verity.
Item last updated 13 July 2004.]