Bonifazio DI SALUZZO
(-Bef 1213)
Maria DI TORRES
(-)
Cte Amedée IV DE SAVOIE, Marchese in Italy
(1197-1253)
Marguerite DE BOURGOGNE
(1192-1242)
Marchese Manfredo III DI SALUZZO
(-1244)
Béatrice DE SAVOIE
(Bef 1224-Abt 1259)
Alasia DI SALUZZO, Countess of Lincoln
(Abt 1236-1311)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
Edmund DE LACY, 2nd Earl of Lincoln

  • Henry DE LACY, 3rd Earl of Lincoln+
  • John DE LACY
  • Margaret DE LACY

Alasia (Alesia, Alice) DI SALUZZO, Countess of Lincoln

  • Born: Abt 1236
  • Married: Early May 1247, Woodstock, Kent, England
  • Died: Before 12 Jul 1311
  • Buried: Church of the Black Friars, Pontrefact, Yorkshire, England

  Research Notes:

"Mainfredus III marchio Salutiarum" appointed "Beatricem de Sabaudia suam uxorem" as co-tutor of "Thomæ et Alasinæ filiorum suorum" in his testament dated 1244. Henry III King of England agreed that “unam filiarum filiæ...comitis [Sabaudiæ]” would marry “vel Johanni de Warenna qui si vixerit comes erit Warennæ, vel Edmundo de Lacy qui si vixerit comes erit Lincolniæ” by charter dated 1246. A manuscript history of the Lacy family records that “Edmundum de Lacy comitem” married “dominam Aleciam filiam marchionis de Salves in Italia, cognatam reginæ Anglia ex parte Sabinensi” when she was “in juventute sua”. “Edmundus de Lascy constabularius Cestriæ” donated property to Roche Abbey, for the souls of “…Alesiæ uxoris meæ”, by undated charter... 1

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Grant to [Amadeus, count of Savoy and marquess of Italy] that the king will marry one of the daughters of the count's daughter, who he shall send to England, either to John de Warenna, who will be earl of Warenne, or to Edmund de Lacy, who will be earl of Lincoln, who are boys in the ward of the king.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Hen. III, vol. 3, p. 469

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25 Jan 1256, Windsor

Exemption, at the instance of Alesia wife of Edmund de Lacy, of Richard de la Basage from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions, and from being made sheriff, coroner, escheator, forester, verderer, agister, regarder, or other bailiff of the king, against his will.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Hen. III, vol. 4, p. 460

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1 Jun 1258, Marlborough

Grant to Alesia, late the wife of Edmund de Lacy, that the king will sell to her before all others the wardship of the lands of her late husband for a reasonable price which another would give, on condition that this go forth (procedat) from the king's council about to meet at Oxford.

4 Aug 1258, Westminster

Commitment to Margaret, countess of Lincoln, and Alesia late the wife of Edmund de Lacy of all the lands late of the said Edmund which are in the king's hands by occasion of the death of the said Edmund, until one month from Michaelmas so that they till and sow the same and take the issues by view of Richard de Shireburn, escheator beyond Trent....

12 Nov 1258, Guildford

Commitment to Alesia late the wife of Edmund de Lacy of the following fees and advowsons of churches out of the fees and advowsons of her late husband, to wit, the service by the following for the fees specified:—

Roger de Peytevyn, 3 fees.
Robert de Veyly, 3 fees.
Adam de Novo Mercato, 3 fees.
Adam de Wennervyle, 1 fee.
Oliver de Skelbrok, 1 fee.
Thomas de Laxhill, 1 fee.
Reyner de Eyketon, ½ fee.
Richard de Grammaire, 1 fee.
William de Secroft, 1 fee.
Roger de Noctan, 1 fee.
Thomas de Burgo, 2 fees.
John de Cortenai, ½ fee.
Richard de Tonge, ½ fee.
William de Wsreth, ½ fee.
William de Brettewisel, 1/3 fee.
Hugh de Suillington, ¼ fee.
Simon de Rupe, ¼ fee.
The lady of Liversegg, ¼ fee.
William de Wlvelay, ¼ fee.
William de Wirkeschiag, ¼ fee.
John de Thornhull, ¼ fee.
Richard le Normand, ¼ fee.
William de Ledes, 1/8 fee.
William de Witelay, 1/8 fee.
William de Wark, 1/8 fee.

and the advowsons of the churches of Brafford, Ribbecestre, Chyppyn, Werewik, Croston, Clippeston, Methelay and Werton; to hold in tenancy until dower be assigned to her out of tenements, fees and advowsons late of the said Edmund.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Hen. III, vol. 4, pp. 632, 649, vol. 5, p. 5

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8 May 1259, Westminster

Acknowledgement that Alice late the wife of Edmund de Lacy, by order of the king and by the counsel of the nobles of the council, paid within one month of Easter to Edward de Westmonasterio, the subprior and the sacristan of the church of Westminster, for the works of the said church, 362l. 3s. 8d., wherein she was bound for that term for the wardship of two parts of the lands late of her said husband; and the king will cause this sum to be allowed to her when necessary.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Hen. III, vol. 5, p. 21

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15 Jul 1260, Westminster

Notification that Alice late the wife of Edmund de Lacy, by order of the king and by the counsel of the nobles of the council, a month after Easter 44 Henry III., delivered to Edmund de Westmonasterio, the subprior, and the sacristan of the church of Westminster, for the works thereof, 362l. 3s. 8d. in which she was bound to the king to that term, for the wardship of two parts of the lands late of her husband.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Hen. III, vol. 5, p. 82

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14 Feb 1265, Westminster

Notification that Alice late the wife of Edmund de Lacy by order of the king delivered for Easter term, 48 Henry III, to Master Robert de Beverle, mason, and Alexander the Carpenter, keepers of the works of Westminster, for carrying on the said works, 322l. 3s. 8d. wherein she was bound to the king at that term for the wardship of two parts of the lands of her late husband; and the king will cause that sum to be allowed to her when necessary.

31 May 1265, Hereford

Mandate to Alice de Lacy to deliver the castle of Pontrefact, which was committed to her during pleasure of the inheritance of Edmund de Lacy her husband, but which the king unexpectedly requires to Peter de Cestre, for him to keep for such time as the king has need of it.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Hen. III, vol. 5, pp. 406, 428

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26 Oct 1270, Westminster

Acknowledgement that Alice de Lacy has paid to the keepers of the works of Westminster 355 marks, 10s. 4d. of Easter term, 54 Hen. III, of the fine which she made for the wardship of the lands and heir of Edmund de Lacy, of which the king acquits her.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Hen. III, vol. 6, p. 468

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15 Jul 1290, Westminster

To the keeper of the forest of Rokyngham. Order to cause Alesia de Lascy, countess of Lincoln, to have in that forest ten bucks, of the king's gift.

Calendar of Close Rolls, 18 Edw. I, p. 92

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19 Feb 1293, Kirkby-in-Ashfield

Allesia de Lascy is one of those listed as having quittance of the common summons (of the eyre) in co. York.

Calendar of Close Rolls, 21 Edw. I, p. 311

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28 May 1298, York

To Hugh le Despenser, justice of the Forest beyond Trent. Notification that the king has granted licence to Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, to enclose with a wall a plot of land pertaining to the manor of Wadenham, co. Northampton, that Alesia de Lascy, his mother, holds in dower of his inheritance....

Calendar of Close Rolls, 26 Edw. I, p. 164

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16 Jul 1300, Dumfries

The abbot of St. Mary's, York, came before the king, on Saturday before St. Margaret, and sought to replevy his land in Snayth, which was taken into the king's hands for his default before the justices of the Bench against Alesia, late the wife of Edmund de Lacy.

Calendar of Close Rolls, 28 Edw. I, p. 403...

  Marriage Information:

Alasia married Edmund DE LACY, 2nd Earl of Lincoln, son of John DE LACY, 1st Earl of Lincoln, and Margaret DE QUINCY, Countess of Lincoln, in early May 1247 in Woodstock, Kent, England. (Edmund DE LACY was born in 1230 and died on 2 Jun 1258.)

Sources


1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Alasia.


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