Annabell Fitz Hugh

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Annabell Fitz Hugh, daughter of Sir Henry Fitz Hugh, Knt., 1st Lord Fitz Hugh and Eve de Bulmer, died before 9 December 1353.1

Annabell married Henry le Vavasour, 5th Lord Vavasour, son of Henry le Vavasour, 4th Lord Vavasour and Constance (…), about 1326.1

CP does not identify her mother. RA does not name her as a daughter of Henry by either wife. She is Annabell in both Dugdale and Clay, but CP calls her Amabil, perhaps confusing her name with the mother of Emma de Cleseby, Henry Fitz Hugh's second wife. Based on her date of marriage to Henry Vavasour (c. 1326), if she is truly the daughter of Henry Fitz Hugh, then she must be the daughter of Eve Bulmer.2,3,1,4,5

Family

Henry le Vavasour, 5th Lord Vavasour d. bef. 27 Nov 1349
Child
This person was last edited on11 Jun 2021

Citations

  1. [S2054] George Edward Cokayne, The Complete Peerage: Or a History of the House of Lords and All Its Members From the Earliest Times: Revised and Much Enlarged, 13 in 14 vols. (London, England: The St. Catherine Press, 1910-1940), 12B:236 (Vavasour), further cited as CP.
  2. [S2359] Leo van de Pas and Ian Fettes, Leo's Genealogics Website, (https://genealogics.org : 2003–), "Amabil FitzHugh, citing Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 1999, p2876", accessed Jun 2021, further cited as van de Pas & Fettes, Genealogics.
  3. [S1947] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Five vols. (Salt Lake City, Utah: s.p., 2013), 2:629 (Fitz Hugh 11), further cited as Richardson, Royal Ancestry.
  4. [S2051] J. W. Clay, editor, Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire, with additions, 3 vols. (Exeter, England: William Pollard & Co., 1899-1917), 2:225, further cited as Clay, Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire.
  5. [S2074] Richard Glover and Joseph Foster, editor, The Visitation of Yorkshire, Made in the Years 1584-85 by Richard Glover, Somerset Herald; to Which is Added the Subsequent Visitation Made in 1612, by Richard St. George, Norry King of Arms: With Several Additional Pedigrees (London, England: s.p., 1875), 235, further cited as Glover, The Visitation of Yorkshire.