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Name: Robert FitzROGER Determine relationship to...
Birth: ABT 1247 Father: Roger FitzJOHN Mother:Isabel (m) FitzJOHN
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Married: Margaret ZOUCHE 1265
Children Born Died
Ellen Fitzroger ABT 1280 DECEASED
Alan Fitzroger ABT 1278 DECEASED
Roger Fitzroger ABT 1276 DECEASED
Henry Fitzroger ABT 1274 DECEASED
Robert Fitzroger ABT 1272 DECEASED
Alexander Fitzroger ABT 1270 DECEASED
Edmund Fitzroger ABT 1268 DECEASED
Euphemia Clavering FitzROGER ABT 1267 ABT 1329
John De Clavering ABT 1266 BEF 23 JAN 1330/1331
Death: ABT 1319
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Remarks: Roger Fitz-John d. in 1249, and was s. by his son, Robert Fitz-Roger, then in infancy, whose tuition was committed to William de Valence, the king's half-brother, although Ada de Baliol, the grandmother of this child, offered 2,200 marks for the wardship. This feudal lord became eventually so eminent in the Scottish wars of King Edward I, particularly in the battle of Falkirk, and other memorable conflicts, that he was summoned as "Robert Fitz-Roger" to parliament as a Baron, from 2 November, 1295, to 16 June (4th Edward II), 1311, and subsequently assisted with his son, John, who assumed, by the king's appointment, the surname of Clavering, at the celebrated siege of Caerlaverock. His lordship m. Margaret de la Zouche, and had issue, seven son, viz., John, his successor; Edmund, Alexander, Robert, Henry, Roger, all d. s. p.; Alan (Sir), m. Isabella, eldest dau. and co-heir of William Riddell, and from this union descended the Claverings of Callaly, in Northumberland, the Baronets Clavering of Axwell, co. Durham, the Claverings of Learchild, the Claverings of Tilmouth, co. Durham, &c. He d. about the year 1311, and was s. by his eldest son, John de Clavering. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 121, Clavering, Barons Clavering]
Roger Fitz-John d. in 1249, and was s. by his son, Robert Fitz-Roger, then in infancy, whose tuition was committed to William de Valence, the king's half-brother, although Ada de Baliol, the grandmother of this child, offered 2,200 marks for the wardship. This feudal lord became eventually so eminent in the Scottish wars of King Edward I, particularly in the battle of Falkirk, and other memorable conflicts, that he was summoned as "Robert Fitz-Roger" to parliament as a Baron, from 2 November, 1295, to 16 June (4th Edward II), 1311, and subsequently assisted with his son, John, who assumed, by the king's appointment, the surname of Clavering, at the celebrated siege of Caerlaverock. His lordship m. Margaret de la Zouche, and had issue, seven son, viz., John, his successor; Edmund, Alexander, Robert, Henry, Roger, all d. s. p.; Alan (Sir), m. Isabella, eldest dau. and co-heir of William Riddell, and from this union descended the Claverings of Callaly, in Northumberland, the Baronets Clavering of Axwell, co. Durham, the Claverings of Learchild, the Claverings of Tilmouth, co. Durham, &c. He d. about the year 1311, and was s. by his eldest son, John de Clavering. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 121, Clavering, Barons Clavering].[JohnFaye (8 Jun 05).FTW]

Roger Fitz-John d. in 1249, and was s. by his son, Robert Fitz-Roger, then in infancy, whose tuition was committed to William de Valence, the king's half-brother, although Ada de Baliol, the grandmother of this child, offered 2,200 marks for the wardship. This feudal lord became eventually so eminent in the Scottish wars of King Edward I, particularly in the battle of Falkirk, and other memorable conflicts, that he was summoned as "Robert Fitz-Roger" to parliament as a Baron, from 2 November, 1295, to 16 June (4th Edward II), 1311, and subsequently assisted with his son, John, who assumed, by the king's appointment, the surname of Clavering, at the celebrated siege of Caerlaverock. His lordship m. Margaret de la Zouche, and had issue, seven son, viz., John, his successor; Edmund, Alexander, Robert, Henry, Roger, all d. s. p.; Alan (Sir), m. Isabella, eldest dau. and co-heir of William Riddell, and from this union descended the Claverings of Callaly, in Northumberland, the Baronets Clavering of Axwell, co. Durham, the Claverings of Learchild, the Claverings of Tilmouth, co. Durham, &c. He d. about the year 1311, and was s. by his eldest son, John de Clavering. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 121, Clavering, Barons Clavering]
Roger Fitz-John d. in 1249, and was s. by his son, Robert Fitz-Roger, then in infancy, whose tuition was committed to William de Valence, the king's half-brother, although Ada de Baliol, the grandmother of this child, offered 2,200 marks for the wardship. This feudal lord became eventually so eminent in the Scottish wars of King Edward I, particularly in the battle of Falkirk, and other memorable conflicts, that he was summoned as "Robert Fitz-Roger" to parliament as a Baron, from 2 November, 1295, to 16 June (4th Edward II), 1311, and subsequently assisted with his son, John, who assumed, by the king's appointment, the surname of Clavering, at the celebrated siege of Caerlaverock. His lordship m. Margaret de la Zouche, and had issue, seven son, viz., John, his successor; Edmund, Alexander, Robert, Henry, Roger, all d. s. p.; Alan (Sir), m. Isabella, eldest dau. and co-heir of William Riddell, and from this union descended the Claverings of Callaly, in Northumberland, the Baronets Clavering of Axwell, co. Durham, the Claverings of Learchild, the Claverings of Tilmouth, co. Durham, &c. He d. about the year 1311, and was s. by his eldest son, John de Clavering. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 121, Clavering, Barons Clavering].


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