RE: RE: RE: Alicia de Nofolk 1187 by Lynda Johnson - written 07/01/2013 14:32:09

Hi Lynda, I notice that my counsin's wife has given you some info but will still keep looking  Shree


Kelley Cooper wrote (15/11/2012 20:07:16):

Hi,  my husband is also related to Lord John Colman and Alicia de Norfolk. I might be able to offer a little more information that might help you're search. Gilbert de Norfolk, Lord of Beeston (1521) had five daughters. First unnamed daughter married Eudo, son of Adam de Multon. Second daughter, Maud, married William de Verdon. Third daughter, unnamed, married Roger de Felbrigg son of Richard de Felbrigg. Forth daughter, Emma, married William de Maynwaryn and the last unnamed daughter married Robert de Aguillon. Found all this info on the british history website, I am working on finding records to tie the 'de Norfolks' together so if I have any luck I'll put up a message. 

To Lynda from Julie wrote (23/07/2011 19:19:22):

Lynda Johnson wrote (11/11/2007 12:10:35):

I have traced my mothers ancestry back to medieval times, these are mainly the Colmans of Norfolk and Yorkshire. My ancestor Lord John Colman of 1169 married Alicia de Norfolk of Flitcham, Norfolk. I have been trying to trace any other members of her family, all I've been able to find are possble links to Gilbert de Nofolk of 1135, who was Lord of Beeston in Norfolk, he had an unamed daugther of 1172 and a son  named Gilbert of 1170, also born in Flitcham, was Alicia a family member? The unamed daughter married Roger de Felbrigge whose daughter Maude married Sir Simon de Bigod (Knight).

Hi Lynda

While searching for info on Alicia's parentage, I came across your query from 2007. I wondered if you had any more success than me ( which is nil!)
I too am descended from the Colmans.