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Excerpt: ... MALTBY PliDIGREE I. Acaster Malbisse "Visitation of
Yorkshire," Edited by Foster. 1487, fo. 254, b. Yorks. Pedigree
from Hugo de Malebisse. N. B.--It is said that this Hugo de
Malebisse is the progenitor from whom all the Maltbys descend. I.
HUGO de Malebisse held lands in Yorkshire at the time of William
the Conqueror. Some of his children were: Richard (2), Hugo (2) and
Gulfrid (2), who was witness to the charter of the foundation of
Beverly Abbey, Co. Lincoln, in 1142. Founded by the Earl of
Lincold. Richard (2) witness to Charter of Adam de Raineville.
(Lib. de Pontefracto, fo. 5.) II. HUGO (2) m. Emma de Percy, dau.
and heiress of Henry de Percy of Acaster. He had: Hugo (3), Chief
Justice, m. first, Constance; m. second. Beatrix, Lady of the Manor
of Wykes, County Cambridge. He founded the Priory of Spinney, time
Henry III., 1216. Sir William (3) de Maltby, 1207, held lands in
Cleveland, Co. York; built Chapel at Ay ton, where he was Lord of
the Manor, before 1200; (this Sir William was probably nearly
related to the Maltbys of Maltby and Muston. See Pedigree II.) Sir
Simon (3), Lord of Cowton in Craven, York., m. a dau. of John, Lord
of Methley (see under Beckwith). Matilda (3) m. Richard de Perri.
Lord of Tillerton; Richard (3). III. RICHARD (3) founded the
Monastery of Neubo Abbey, Lincolnshire. 1198, Acaster near York; d.
in 1209; Chief Justice of Assize. Had Warrennam with Scalton, near
York. Lord chief forester, Galtres, Derwent and Wemsdaley. Had
large possessions, including Acaster, near York. Children were:
Richard (4), 1245: Emma (4) m. first, Robert de Maisnil: m. second,
Robert de Streleril. Robertus (4), John (4), Richard (4). Richard
(4) was of Benningsburgh. Robertus (4) had a son, Richard (5), of
Benningworth, who m. Alicia Skipworth. IV...
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