At this point, the numbers per generation rapidly increase. I will be giving just short information on couples found in this reliable secondary source: Magna Carta Ancestors: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families by Douglas Richardson (Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2005) [abbreviated as MCA]. This work and Richardson's accompanying work on Plantagenet Ancestry are being re-published this year, but have been delayed thus far.
To see generations one to six, please go to the categories listing on the right and click on medieval genealogy.
64. Sir William EURE, born about 1396 (aged 26 in 1422), died between 12 August 1461 and 12 February 1466/67 (the date of his wife's will). MCA, p. 308.
65. Maud FITZHUGH, died between 12 February 1466/67 and 30 May 1467 the dates on which her will was written and proved.
66. Sir John GREYSTOKE, the 4th Lord Greystoke, born about 1390 (aged 28 in 1418) , died 8 August 1436. Married by contract dated 28 October 1407. He is the brother of no. 85 below. MCA, p. 382.
67. Elizabeth FERRERS, the de jure Lady Wem of Ferrers, born about 1393 (aged 18 in 1411), died in 1434.
68. Sir Robert CONSTABLE, born about 1400. Flower, Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563 and 1564, p. 64 (Constable) and p. 134 (Gaskon). For the Constable from here back, I rely on the excellent research by John P. Ravilious much of which is posted at soc.genealogy.medieval.
69. Agnes GASCOIGNE, born about 1410. Sister of no. 76 below.
70. Roger WENTWORTH, born about 1397 in Nettlestead, Suffolk, died there 24 October 1452. MCA, p. 613.
71. Margery DESPENCER, born about 1403, died 20 April 1478. She married first Sir John Roos, the 7th Lord Roos of Helmsley who died at the Battle of Beauge on 22 March 1420/21.
72. Sir Edward HASTINGS, the 8th Lord Hastings (de jure), born 21 May 1382 at Fenwick, Yorkshire, died 6 January 1437/38 at Marshalea, England. After the death of his first wife, he remarried Margery Clifton who survived him. MCA, p. 302.
73. Muriel de DINHAM, born say 1385 and died before 1432.
74. Thomas MORLEY, the 5th Lord Morley, born about 1393 (aged 23 in 1416), died on 6 December 1435 at Hingham, Norfolk. MCA, p. 588.
75. Isabel de la POLE, born about 1390, died 8 February 1466/67 at Hingham, Norfolk.
76. Sir William GASCOIGNE. Brother of no. 69 above. Flower, Visitation of Yorkshire, p. 134 (Gaskon).
77. Joan WYMAN.
78. Thomas CLARELL, Esquire, born about 1364, died about June 1442. Visitation of Yorkshire, p. 124 (Fitzwilliam).
79. Matilda MONTGOMERY, born about 1380, died about March 1457. For the Montgomery family and the marriage of Matilda, see Rosie Bevan's posting at soc.genealogy.medieval dated 24 November 2002.
80. Sir William WILLOUGHBY, the 5th Lord Willoughby of Eresby, K.G., born about 1370, died on 4 December 1409 at Edgefield, Norfolk. After the death of Lucy, he remarried to Joan de Holand, widow of Edmund of Langley, the Duke of York. She survived him and married twice more, her last husband being Henry Bromflete, Lord Vessey, #58, above. MCA, p. 887.
81. Lucy LeSTRANGE, born say 1370 and died before 1402.
82. Sir Richard de ARUNDEL, born about 1370, died 3 June 1419. MCA, p. 10-11.
83. Alice (---) who died 30 August 1436. She was the widow of Roger Burley, Esquire of Birley, Herefordshire when she married.
84. Eudes de WELLES born about 1387 and died before 26 July 1417 (the date of his property settlement). MCA, p. 875.
85. Maud de GREYSTOKE, sister of no. 66 above.
86. Sir Robert de WATERTON, born say 1385 died 12 January 1425. See the sources here. According to the late Brice Claggett this Robert married three times and heretofore researchers have split Robert into a father/son pairing. See his posting on soc.genealogy.medieval dated 29 December 2004. However, the maternity of Joan Waterton is left as unknown. Joan de Everingham is Robert's wife between ca. 1399 and 1406 and Cecily Fleming is first mentioned in 1407. Joan de Waterton's husband was born in 1406 and they married in 1417. Since her approximate birth date sits squarely between the two women, I favor the woman actually named Joan. However, no one to date has actually studied this matter.
87. possibly Joan de EVERINGHAM.
88. William JENNEY. Visitation of Norfolk, 1563, 1613 (1891), vol. 32 of the Harleian Soc., p. 169 (Jenney).
90. John BOKELL. Visitation of Norfolk, 1563, 1613 (1891), vol. 32 of the Harleian Soc., p. 169 (Jenney).
91. Joan LEYSON or LEYSTON.