Generation 5 continued:
26. Sir Richard CONYERS born say 1430, married about 1459. This is a case where this person is not in the usual royal lines compendia. That forces a person to do the research on one's own. He certainly is in Flower's Visitation of Yorkshire, p. 75. However, as you can see, the Visitations are largely without dates. This is one of the reasons that many errors occur in Visitations. He is mentioned in the will of Christopher Conyers dated 22 June 1483. (Test. Ebor III:291). He was buried at South Cowton. His wife survived him. He left three daughters as his heiresses.
27. Alice WYCLIFFE, born say 1440, alive in 1483.
28. Sir John CLIFFORD, the 9th Lord Clifford, born 8 April 1435 at Consibrough Castle, Yorkshire. He married about 1453. He was a Lancastrian in the War of the Roses. In the Battle of Wakefield, he was dubbed "the butcher." He was killed by a chance arrow on 28 March 1461 on the eve of the Battle of Towton. After the ascension of Edward IV (the Yorkist) he was attainted posthumously losing his title and lands. In addition to various visitations, see Complete Peerage 3:293-294. He mentioned in the will of his great aunt, Maud (Clifford) (Neville) Plantagenet, the widow of Richard of York, Earl of Cambridge and the leader of the Yorkists. See Test. Ebor II:118-124.
29. Margaret BROMFLETE, born say 1435. Although her age is given as 26 in 1469, this cannot be true. Her son and heir Henry was born in 1454. She can be as young as say 15-16, but not 11 when he was born. She married secondly before 14 May 1467, Sir Lancelot Threlkeld, by whom she also had children. She died 12 April 1493 and is buried at Londesborough, Yorkshire.
30. Sir John SAINT JOHN, K.B., born about 1432 [aged more than 40 in 1482], He married first #31, below, and secondly Elizabeth Ferch William Mathew Fawr. He died 1513-14. The Visitation of Huntingdon, p. 2, among other visitations. This couple is also ancestral to Prince Charles and therefore falls into another category of medieval sources, those already researched for a famous modern person: Gerald Paget, Lineage & Ancestry of Prince Charles 2 (1977):443.
31.Alice BRADSHAGH, which is sometimes rendered BRADSHAW. She was born about 1430 and her death date is not known.