'Nevill01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Nevill of Raby

Baldric Teutonicus, lord of Bacqueville-en-Caux (b c969) = Baldric 'the Teuton', Sn de Courcy
m. ?? de Brienne
Thanks to a contributor (LEGMD, 12.01.06) for advising us that 'Falaise Roll', published in 1938, suggests that the wife of Baldric the Teuton, parents of the Gunnora who married Gilbert Crispin, was probably a daughter of Richard I, Duke of Normandy. We follow those web sites which identify her as an illegitimate daughter of Duke Richard.
1. Fulk d'Aunou (b c985)
  m. Beatrix le Goz (dau of Ansfred le Goz)
2. Richard de Novavilla (b 1000)
  m. Philicia (dau of the Count of Damoys)
BLG1886 (Neville of Skelbrooke formerly of Chevet) shows this Richard as the 4th son of the above-mentioned Baldric. The BLG1952 article on that family starts with the following Gilbert's son Geoffrey which suggests some loss of faith in the above connection. BE1883 starts with the following Gilbert, describing him as "a Norman, one of the companions in arms of the Conqueror, and called by some of our genealogists his admiral".
  A. Gilbert de Nevil (a 1066)
  TCP (vol IX) shows a possible connection between the Nevilles of Raby & Essex. That pedigree is identified as "partly conjectural" but we follow it with the assumption that this was the Gilbert (a 1086, 1115) who is the first shown in it. The second mentioned in the pedigree, without it being shown that Gilbert was his father, was the following Geoffrey. BE1883 reports that the Geoffrey who married Emma de Bulmer was both son of Geoffrey and grandson of Gilbert which, other than leaving it possible that it was his mother who was daughter of Gilbert, does support the parental link.
i. Geoffrey de Nevill of Walcot, Lincolnshire d by 1169)
  m. Johanna de Clare (dau of Roger de Clare) named by BLG1886
  a. Geoffrey de Nevill (d 1194, judge) identified as Governor of Berwick by BLG1886 but this is not mentioned by TCP or BE1883
  m. (by 12.1176) Emma de Bulmer (d by 1208, dau of Bertram de Bulmer, Lord of Brancepeth)
  (1) Henry de Nevill (dsp 1227)
  m. Alice
  (2) Isabel de Nevill Y
  m1. Gilbert de Brakenberg
  m2. Robert FitzMaldred, lord of Raby @@ just below Y
  b.+ other issue - William, Walter
  ii. Alan de Neville (d 1177-8, judge)
  iii. Jollan (or John) de Neville shown as of this generation by BLG1952 ('Nevile of Thorney')
  m. ?? (dau of Richard, son of Losoard of Rigby)
  iv.+ other issue - Gilbert, Emius
3. Gunnora d'Aunou
  Gunnora appears on our Genealogy Traps page, alongside her husband, as she is frequently misplaced in genealogy databases. [We think that we have placed her correctly but still seek further assurance !] She is shown by many web sites as daughter rather than sister of Fulk d'Aunou. Some other web sites confuse her with Gunnora de Crepon. Furthermore, her husband is often shown as Gilbert, Count of Brionne, but this is a confusion with ...
  m. Gilbert Crispin, Baron of Bec



Robert FitzMaldred, lord of Raby
m. Isabel Nevill (dau/heir of Geoffrey de Nevill) @@ just above
1. Geoffrey de Nevill of Raby
  m. Margaret or Joan (dau of John Longvillers)
  A. Robert de Nevill of Raby (d 1282)
  m. Ida (dau or relict of Robert Bertram (Barram) of Mitford)
  i. Robert de Nevill (dvp)
  m. (c1260) Mary FitzRandolph (b c1244, d 11.03.1320, dau of Ralph FitzRandolph of Middleham)
a. Ralph de Nevill, 1st Lord of Raby (d 18.04.1331)
  m1. Euphemia de Clavering (dau of Robert FitzRoger de Clavering, 1st Lord)
  (1) Robert Nevill of Middleham, 'the Peacock of the North' (dvpsp)
  (2) Ralph Nevill, 2nd Lord of Raby (d 05.08.1367)
  m. Alice de Audley (d 13.01.1374/5, dau of Sir Hugh de Audley)
  (A) Sir John Nevill, 3rd Lord of Raby (d 17.10.1388)
  m1. (1364) Maud Percy (d c1379, dau of Henry de Percy, 2nd Lord of Alnwick)
  (i) Ralph Nevill of Raby, 1st Earl of Westmorland (d 21.10.1425) Y
  m1. Margaret Stafford (d 09.06.1370, dau of Hugh, Earl of Stafford)
  m2. Joan Beaufort (b 1379, d 1440, dau of John Plantagenet 'of Gaunt', Duke of Lancaster) Y
  (ii) Thomas Nevill, Lord Furnivall (d 14.03.1406-7)
  m1. (c1379) Joane de Furnivall, Baroness Furnivall (d 01.06.1413)
  (a) Maud Nevill, Baroness Furnivall (b c1391, d before 1433)
  m. (12.03.1406) John Talbot, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury (b 1390, d Chastillon 20.07.1453)
  m2. (1400-1) Ankaret le Strange (d 1413, dau of John le Strange, Lord of Blackmere)
  (b) Joan Nevill
  m. Sir Hugh Cokesley (and/or Hamon de Belknap)
(iii) Maud Nevill (dsp)
  m. Sir William le Scrope
  (iv) Alice Nevill (d 20.06.1433)
  m. William Deincourt, 3rd Lord (d 1381)
  (v) Idonia Nevill
  (vi) Eleanor Nevill (a 1441)
m. Sir Ralph de Lumley, 1st Lord (b c1361, d 01.1399/1400)
  m2. (by 09.10.1381/2) Elizabeth Latimer, Baroness Latimer (d 05.11.1395, dau of William Latimer, 4th Lord)
  (vii) John Nevill, 6th Lord Latimer (dsp 10.12.1430)
  m. (before 24.07.1406, div) Maud Clifford (d 26.08.1446, dau of Thomas Clifford, Lord de Clifford)
  The Latimer title passed to his nephew George Nevill, a younger son of the Earl of Westmorland.
  (viii) Elizabeth Nevill
  m. Sir Thomas Willoughby
  (ix) Margaret Nevill (d unm)
  Identified as sister of Ralph, Earl of Westmorland & Earl Marshall, was the following Euffeme though who her mother was is not known.
(x) Euffeme Neville
  m. Sir William Mulcaster
  (B) Sir William Nevill
  (C) Thomas Nevill
The following connection is reported by BE1883 but, although there are some differences in names, it looks as though BE1883 may have confused this Thomas with Thomas Neville of Rolleston who had (at least) the following family.
  m. Margaret Babington (dau of William Babington)
  (i) Jane Nevill ## see here ##
  m1. Thomas Thurland
  m2. Sir Gervase Clifton
  (D) Sir Robert Nevill of Eldon ancestor of various Nevill/Nevile families
  m. Clara Pinckney (dau of Sir Francis Pinckney)
  BLG1886 (Nevile of Thorney) shows Robert and Clara as ancestors of that family. That view is changed by BLG1952 (Nevile of Thorney) after further research.
  (E) Alexander Nevill, Archbishop of York, Lord High Chancellor (d 1391)
  (F) Sir Ralph Nevill of Candall
(G) Euphemia Nevill
  m1. Reginald de Lucy
  m2. Robert de Clifford, 4th Lord (dsp before 1354)
  (H) Catherine Nevill
  m. William de Dacre, 2nd Lord of Dacre and Multon (dsp 07.1361)
  (I) Margaret Nevill (d 12.05.1372)
  m1. William de Ros, 4th Lord (b 1326, dsp 1352)
m2. (1358) Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland (b 1342, d 29.02.1408)
  (J) Isabel Nevill
  m. Hugh FitzHugh (dsp)
  (K) Eleanor Nevill
  m. Geoffrey Scrope of Masham (b 1340, dvpsp Piskre 1362)
  (3) Margaret Nevill
  m. William Ros, Lord of Hamlake ???
  (4) Anastasia Nevill
  m. Sir Walter de Faucenberg (dvpsp Bannockburn 24.06.1314)
  m2. Margaret de Thweng (dau of Marmaduke de Thweng)
  B. Geoffrey de Nevill (d before 26.03.1285)
  m. (c1267) Margaret Longvilliers (d c02.1318/9, dau of Sir John Longvilliers)
  C. Agnes de Nevill
  m1. (sp) Richard de Percy of Topcliffe (d before 18.08.1244)
  m2. John Deincourt of Blankney, 7th lord (d before 14.10.1257)
2. Sir John Nevile de Pickhall, Yorkshire
  Commoners (vol 2, Nevile of Thorney) identifies John as ancestor of the Neviles of Holt. However, as reported on Nevill05, BLG1982 (Nevile of Thorney) shows differently, identifying Jollan/John de Neville (shown above) as progenitor of that branch.
3. William Nevill
  Commoners (vol 2, Nevile of Thorney) identifies William as ancestor of the Neviles of Holbeck. However, as reported on Nevill04, BLG1982 (Nevile of Skelbrooke formerly of Chevet) shows differently, identifying Geoffrey de Nevill (shown just above) as progenitor of that branch.

Main source(s): BE1883 (Nevill of Westmorland) with some support from BLG1952 (Nevile of Skelbrooke formerly of Chevet) a little input/support from TCP (for the earliest generations, as reported above), a little input/support for the lower section from 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 2, part 2, 1798, 'Pedigree of Nevill of Holt, ...', p730) and some from various web sites (in particular www.whosyomama.com)
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