Sunday, September 29, 2013

John De Bohun and Avelina De Ros


John De Bohun was born about 1433 in Wales or Midhurst, Sussex, England as the first child of John De Bohun and Anne Joan Halsham.

John De Bohun and Avelina De Ros had the following children:

       1. Geoffrey Boone De Bohun was born in 1450 in Penmynydd, Anglesey, Wales. He died on 07 May 1472 in Penmynydd, Anglesey, Wales.
       2.  Humphrey De Bohun was born on 05 Jun 1418 in of Midhurst. He died in Nov 1468.





  The father of Geoffrey Bohun I, Sir John, was born ca.1433 in Wales. He married Avelina de Ros, daughter of Sir Robert Ros of Rockingham Castle, Northants. (Avelina was his step-sister.) Their first child was Sir Humphrey de Bohun (who married Margaret Estfield and had a son named John). John de Bohun III as a younger son had not inherited the family title, which goes to Wales sessein knight under one of the de Brasoe landholders. Sir John’s parents were Sir John de Bohun II and Anne Halsham.  Some sources sat that the Avelina De Ros who married John De Bohun was the daughter of Robert de Ros, 1st Baron de Ros (c. 1223 - May 13, 1285), was an English nobleman and the first holder of the ancient title Baron de Ros. If you do the math, it is not possible for him to have a daughter born almost 200 years after he died. There has to be more than one married into the Ros or Bohun lines.
 The father of Geoffrey Bohun I, Sir John, was born ca.1433 in Wales. He married Avelina de Ros, daughter of Sir Robert Ros of Rockingham Castle, Northants. (Avelina was his step-sister.) Their first child was Sir Humphrey de Bohun (who married Margaret Estfield and had a son named John). John de Bohun III as a younger son had not inherited the family title, which goes to Wales sessein knight under one of the de Brasoe landholders. Sir John’s parents were Sir John de Bohun II and Anne Halsham.

 Some sources sat that the Avelina De Ros who married John De Bohun was the daughter of Robert de Ros, 1st Baron de Ros (c. 1223 - May 13, 1285), was an English nobleman and the first holder of the ancient title Baron de Ros. If you do the math, it is not possible for him to have a daughter born almost 200 years after he died. There has to be more than one married into the Ros or Bohun lines.


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