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 previous generations, please go to the categories listing on the right and click on medieval genealogy.
96. Robert BOWES, born say 1370, died before 1408. Flower, Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563, p. 31 (Bowes).
97. Jane CONYERS, died about 1438. [called daughter of Sir Roger Conyers of Sokeborne, i.e. Sockburn, however, there is no matching entry in the visitation under that family].
98. Sir Ralph de GREYSTOKE, the 3rd Lord Greystoke, born 15 October 1353 at Kirkby Ravensworth, Yorkshire and died 6 April 1418. He is the father of nos. 66 and 85 above. MCA p. 382.
99. Katherine de CLIFFORD, died 23 April 1413. She is the mother of all three children.
100. Sir Henry FITZHUGH, the 3rd Lord Fitzhugh of Ravensworth, K.G., born about 1358, died 11 January 1424/25. He is also the father of #65 above. MCA, p. 340.
101. Elizabeth GREY, born about 1363, died in December 1427.
102. Sir William WILLOUGHBY, same as no. 80.
103. Lucy le STRANGE, same as no. 81.
104. Sir John CONYERS, born about 1360, died before July 1412. Flower, Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563, p. 74 (Conyers).
105. Margaret ST. QUINTIN, died after October 1426. Although this couple is not in MCA (indeed it is their grandson who last appears in MCA), they should be. It is through this woman that a descent from the de ROS family and William (the Lion) of Scotland can be established.
106. Thomas ROLLESTON.
108. Possibly William WYCLIFFE. Only one source gives the parents of John Wycliffe: The history and antiquities of the seignory of Holderness, by Poulson (1841), II: p. 239.
109. Possibly Frances BELLASIS.
110. Sir. Thomas ROKEBY. Flower, Visitation of Yorkshire, 1563, p. 352 (Wyclyff). Although called Sir Thomas in this visitation, he cannot be linked to another Rokeby family in other works. Clearly there are three successive Sir Thomas Rokeby in Yorkshire, father, son and grandson. The father and grandson are famous enough to have biographies in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
112. Sir John CLIFFORD the 7th Lord Clifford, K.G., born about 1388, died at the Siege of Meaux in France on 12 March 1421/22. MCA, p. 218.
113. Elizabeth PERCY, born about 1390, died 26 October 1437.
114. Sir Thomas DACRE, the 6th Lord Dacre of Gilsland, born 27 October 1387 at Naworth Castle, died 5 January 1458. MCA, p. 252.
115. Philippa de NEVILLE, who died after 1453.
116. Sir Thomas BROMFLETE, died 31 December 1430. He is given as a possible son or grandson of a William Bromflete.
117. Margaret ST. JOHN, born about 1372, died on 22 October 1407. She is a distant (3rd cousin, once removed) cousin of #120.
118. Henry FITZHUGH, same as no. 101 above.
119. Elizabeth GREY, same as no. 102 above.
120. Sir John ST. JOHN, born about 1361 at Castle Faumont, died 26 December 1424. This couple given in MCA, p. 714, as parent of Sir Oliver, but not continued. However, through this man there is a de Cantelou descent on his father's side (thus leading to French royalty) and a de Beauchamp descent on his mother's side, which should make him included in MCA. Two of the sites where his parentage come from are Stirnet (which was free but is no longer free) and Tudorplace, neither of which I find particularly reliable. However, they are useful for clues. Certainly, this work gives him these parents. I also rely upon this posting by Paul C. Reed dated 30 July 1998 at soc.genealogy.medieval.
121. Isabel PAVLEY or PAULET. Called Pavely in MCA, p. 714, there is a discrepancy in her identity. In this work she is called a Pawlet heiress. Paul Reed's posting above does not mention her at all. This source calls her the widow of Sir de John Paveley. Clearly more research is needed on this couple. [Note: Isabel and Elizabeth are synonymous in English medieval genealogy.]
122. Sir John BEAUCHAMP, the 3rd Lord Beauchamp of Bletsoe, died December 1414. MCA, p. 714.
123. Edith STOURTON, died 13 June 1441.
124. Roger BRADSHAIGH. Sources here.
125. Daughter of John OSBALDSTON.
126. William de SHERBURNE. This is my private theory based on the aforementioned sources that say Sir Thomas Bradshaigh married a daughter of Sir William Sherburne of Stonyhurst. This is the only available William chronologically. See this source.
127. Ynayre de BRADKIRKE.