8. Sir Ralph EURE born about 1460 [based on marriage], married by license dated 18 January 1481/2, #9 below. After the death of his first wife, he married by license dated 18 January 1515/16, Agnes CONSTABLE, widow of Sir Ralph Bigod, and daughter of Robert Constable. He died testate 22 October 1539. Sources: will at Test. Ebor. [Testamenta Eboracensia] part vi, pp. 183. Visitation of Yorkshire 1563-4 by Flower, p. 113.
9. Muriel HASTINGS, born about 1464. She died before January 1515/16. See sources above.
10. Christopher WILLOUGHBY, K.B., de jure 10th Lord Willoughby of Eresby, born about 1453 [aged 14 in 1467]. Christopher married before 28 March 1482. He left a will dated 1 November 1498 and proved on 13 July 1499. Sources: will at Test. Ebor. 2:438. Visitation of Nottinghamshire 1569, p. 184-85.
11. Margaret JENNEY born about 1462, based on her marriage, died ca. .1515/16. See the above sources.
12. Sir Ralph BOWES, born about 1450. He married say 1475 [he had five children]. He left a will dated 6 July 1482. Sources: Visitations of Durham (both), Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563-4 by Flower, p. 31.
13. Margery CONYERS, born about 1455. She left her own will dated 6 August 1524. See the above sources and Vistitation of Yorkshire, 1563-4, p. 75.
14. Sir Henry CLIFFORD, K.B., 10th Lord Clifford, nicknamed "the Shepherd Lord" was born in 1454. He married 1st, #15, say 1485-7. He fought at Flodden Field in 1513 despite being over 60 years old. He married secondly before 11 July 1511, Florence PUDSEY, widow of Sir Thomas Talbot and daughter of Henry and Margaret (Conyers) Pudsey. He died 23 April 1523. Sources: In addition to various visitations, Complete Peerage 3:294-295, Richard T. Spence, The Shepherd Lord of Skipton Castle, Henry Clifford, 10th Lord Clifford, 1454-1523 (North Yorkshire: Skipton Castle, 1994), this work questions the maternity of #7, which was pointed out by Brad Verity in a message to soc.genealogy.medieval dated 10 April 2006. Most scholars disagree with this assessment. You can easily push Elizabeth's birth up to 1489 (married in 1510), although most sources give a birth year of 1485. Henry Clifford had 13 children [some illegitimate] according to Spence, but only nine children that are given by Richardson in Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 217-18, and Spence says that he married in early 1487. He cited the Complete Peerage, which shows that Clifford gave his wife Lady Anne lands in July of that year. However, he may have married her the year before or earlier and the land gift was a reward for an heir. In any case, using wet nurses, a woman can have a child either annually or at least every 18 months. Therefore, children even between 1488 and 1510 could easily number 9-13. Another source: at this generation, this is also an ancestor of Samuel Levis, Quaker immigrant to Pennsylvania and see the article on his royal line by Leslie Mahler, The Genealogist 13 (1999):31.
15. Anne Saint John, born about 1460. She was living on 12 May 1506, but was dead by July 1511. See the sources cited under her husband.
All of these people are given in conventional sources on royal and Magna Carta lines. However, #11's parents will be the first not featured in such works.