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Anne d'Arcy (Darcy) 
John Moyle & Anne d'Arcy (Darcy)
daughter of:
Robert Darcy & Elizabeth Tyrell - daughter of: Thomas or Walter? Tyrell & Eleanor Flambard
son of:
Sir Robert Darcy d: abt 1449 in Maldon, Essex & Alice FitzLangley - d: 1448 in Maldon, Essex, England - daughter of: Henry Fitzlangley & Alice Unknown
son of:
Thomas Darcy & Daughter Tirrell
son of:
Thomas Darcy   
son of:   Henry Darcy  d: abt 1329 in Little Malden, Essex    
son of:   Norman Darcy d: 1296 in Little Malden, Essex & D' Amory - Residence: Little Malden, Essex, England Married: ABT 1274   
son of:   Alexander Darcy   
son of:   Michael Darcy   
son of:   Robert Darcy   
son of:   Norman Darcy   
son of:   Norman Darcy   
son of:   Robert Darcy  d: 1163 in Lincs, England    
son of:   Norman Darcy  d: abt 1115 in Stalingborough, Lincs, England    
son of:   Norman Darcy  & Wife of Norman Darcy
Sir Walter Tyrell  & Jane Swynford - daughter of:  Sir William Swynford   
son of:   
Sir James Tyrell & Margaret Heron - Would appear to be heiress of Heron, since the Tyrells were there from this time on. - daughter of: Sir William Heron   
son of:   
Hugh Tyrell d: abt 1378  Residence: Great Thornden & Jane Flambert - daughter of: James Flambert  
son of:   
Edmund Tyrell d: abt 1308 & Jane Borgate or de Burgate - daughter of: William Borgate or de Burgate   
son of:   
Galfrid Tyrell  Residence: Avon Tyrell, Essex, England    
son of:   Edward Tyrell   
son of:   Roger Tyrell   
son of:   Hugh Tyrell & Marie de Senarpont   
son of:   Hugh Tyrell d: 1159 & Ada de Champagne   
daughter of:    
Stephen de Aumale d: 1127 & Hawise de Mortimer   
son of:                                                   daughter of:    
Euded or Odo de Champagne Death: 1107 & Adeliza Aumale Ralph de Mortimer Death: 5 AUG 1194 in Normandy, France (See Below) & Millisent Ferrers   
daughter of:    
Roger de Warenne or Mortimer Death: BEF 1090 & Hawise de Valois    
daughter of:    
Rudolf de Warenne - Death: BEF 1059    
daughter of:    
William de Warenne Death: 1020 & Unknown de Torta 
Note: Ralph de Mortimer, the presumed son of Roger de Mortimer, accompanying the Duke of Normandy in his expedition against England, was one of his principal commanders at the decisive battle of Hastings; and shortly after, as the most puissant of the victor's captains, was sent into the marches of Wales to encounter Edric, Earl of Shrewsbury, who still resisted the Norman yoke. This nobleman, after much difficulty and a long siege in his castle of Wigmore, Mortimer subdued and delivered into the king's hands, when, as a reward for his good service, he obtained a grant of all Edric's estates and seated himself thenceforward at Wigmore. Independently of these great Welsh territorial possessions, Ralph Mortimer enjoyed, by the bounty of his royal master, sundry lordships and manors in other parts of the realm which he held at the time of the general survey. In the beginning of Rufus' reign, Mortimer took part with Curthose, but he subsequently changed sides and, being constituted general of the forces sent by King Henry I to oppose that prince in Normandy, he totally routed the enemy and brought Curthose prisoner to the king. This gallant person m. Millicent, dau. of ---, by whom he had issue, Hugh, his successor; William, Lord of Chelmhersh, and afterwards of Netherby; Robert, ancestor of the Mortimers, of Richard's Castle; and Hawise, m. to Stephen, Earl of Albemarle. He was s. by his son, Hugh de Mortimer. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage Ltd, London, England, 1883, p. 382-3, Mortimer, Barons Mortimer, of Wigmore, Earls of March]

Note: Roger de Mortimer, deemed by some to have been son of William de Warren, and by others, of Walter de St. Martin, brother of that William, was founder of the abbey of St. Victor, in Normandy. "It is reported," says Dugdale, "that in the year 1054 (which was twelve years before the Norman Conquest), when Odo, brother of Henry, King of France, invaded the territory of Evreux, Duke William sent this Roger, then his general (with Robert, Earl of Ewe, and other stout soldiers), to resist his attempts; who meeting with Odo near to the castle of Mortimer, gave him battle, and obtained a glorious victory. It is further observable of this Roger that he was by consanguinity allied to the Norman duke (afterwards king, by the name of William the Conqueror), his mother being niece to Gunnora, wife of Richard, Duke of Normandy, great grandmother to the Conqueror." The presumed son of this Roger, Ralph de Mortimer, accompanying the Duke of Normandy in his expedition against England, was one of his principal commanders at the decisive battle of Hastings. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage Ltd, London, England, 1883, p. 382, Mortimer, Barons Mortimer, of Wigmore, Earls of March
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