4/24/16--SIMPLIFIED MONTMORENCY LINK--
LE BEL ORIGINAL OWNER OF MANOR OF FRENSHAM BEALE, SURREY-
I noted in Victoria History Of Surrey ref the Manor of Frensham Beale---The name of the manor is clearly connected with the family of le Bel. Bel, Bele or Beale.
Victoria History of the County of Surrey, vol 2, p. 609
https://archive.org/stream/cu31924088434760#page/n669/mode/2up/search/609 ----dna21p.493, dna19p.140--4/22/15
EARLY FRENSHAM LAND OWNERS WERE RICHARD OF LONDON AND FATHER HUGH LE BEL--
We see Hugh le Bel as father of Richard of London ref Frensham , Surrey:
1)- Ricardus de Lond son of Hugonis (Hugh) le Bel-- land in Fermesham with appurtances ca 1190.
The Great Roll of the PipeKing Henry the Second------(dna20resp.125 and pd4--aug14)
2)- Ricardi de Londonia and Ricardo son of Hugonis mentioned ref a land default in Fernham ca 1210
The Pipe Roll of the Bishopric of Winchester 1210-1211, pp. 38-39
(Frensham, Fermesham and Fernham in Farnham, Surrey-- per Pipe Roll 1210-1211, p.41, p.194)
RICHARD OF LONDON WAS THE GRANDSON OF ADELIZA DE CLERMONT AND BOUCHARD MONTMORENCY IV-
Adeliza de Clermont (1075e-1125e),
Adelizas grandson by her first marriage was Richard de Clare (1130-1176), a famous knight that helped capture Ireland in 1171. His nickname was Strongbow.
http://www.geni.com/people/Richard-de-Clare-2nd-Earl-of-Pembroke/6000000001446542148 ---dna21p.349, 469
Bouchard IV de Montmorency (1077-1132)-- His third wife was Adeliza de Clermont (1075e-1125e), he was her second husband.
http://www.geni.com/people/Bouchard-IV-baron-de-Montmorency/6000000003219690 -----dna20p.183, dna21p.348
Adeliza had three sons by her second husband Bouchard IV, they were Herve, Hugo and Guy. (I believe Hugo was the father of Richard of London)
http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/PARIS%20REGION%20NOBILITY.htm#_Toc429810561 see footnote ----dna20p.177, pd26, ---dna21p.348
ADELIZAS FAMILY WAS IN IRELAND---STRONGBOW (grandson of Adeliza de Clermont) ----HERVEY (son of Adeliza )----RICHARD OF LONDON (son of Hugh, nephew of Hervey, grandson of Adeliza, cousin of Strongbow).
See details below:
STRONGBOW IN IRELAND---Richard de Clare (1130-1176), 2nd Earl of Pembroke, invaded Ireland ca 1170 with the deposed King of Leinster, Dermot MacMurrough. They captured Leinster, Strongbow married the Kings daughter Aoife MacMurrough and became Lord of Leinster (Leinster included Dublin, Meath, Westmeath, Wexford, Carlow, etc.). They had a daughter Isabel de Clare (1172-1220).
HERVEY IN IRELAND----(Hervey de Monte Maurice (ca 1118e-1189e) was the uncle of Earl Richard (Strongbow).
The Expugnatio Hibernica records that :
"Herveius de Monte Mauricii" was "Ricardi comitis patruus" (609)
my translation- "Hervey de Monte Maurice" was "Uncle to Earl Richard ...(Strongbow)
 Dimock, J. F. (ed.) (1867) Giraldi Cambrensis Opera, Topographia Hibernica, Expugnatio Hibernica (London) Expugnatio Hibernica I, III, p. 230.
http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/PARIS%20REGION%20NOBILITY.htm#_Toc429810561 see footnote ------dna20p.177
" Hervey and Strongbow invaded Ireland together ca 1171. Hervey
was sent by his nephew, Earl Richard, to Ireland with Robert FitzStephen in
1169 to report on affairs there to the earl.
Strongbow proceeded to Waterford, when he found his uncle, Hervey de Monte Maurice, had just arrived from England, with letters from the king...
RICHARD OF LONDON IN IRELANDHE WAS GIVEN TOWN OF FETHARD, CO. WEXFORD
Background of Fethard, Wexford---Wexford was granted to Strongbow in 1174 when he became lord of Leinster. Some of this land (Fethard) may have been given to his uncle Hervey. Hervey gave this land to Christ Church, Canterbury prior his death. The church gave Fethard to Herveys nephew Richard of London in 1200.
Richard of London was given Fethard, Wexford, Ireland which was probably included in the grant of Hervey Mount Maurice...Hervey gave the land to the monks of Christ Church, Canterbury
https://books.google.com/books?id=Ej5aAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA377&lpg=PA377&dq=cistercian----convent+of+fethard+fethard,+co+wexford&source=bl&ots=Ve9PgpZBCV&sig=-vbUAushRtYr7sDVJx02EQYYfiM&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CC8Q6AEwA2oVChMI3am4wfCYyQIVBmseCh24bgYo#v=onepage&q=cistercian----convent%20of%20fethard%20fethard%2C%20co%20wexford&f=false .....dna21p.501, 433, 429
In 1200, the town of Fethard, Wexford was given to Richard of London by Christ Church, Canterbury.
Fethard is in an area contolled by Strongbow in 1174 as lord of Leinster.
(Leinster included Wexford, Westmeath and Wicklow, etc)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leinster --- areas of leinster -------dna21p.450
WILLIAM MARSHAL MARRIED STRONGBOWs DAUGHTER
ISABEL DE CLARE:
Strongbows daughter Isabel married William Marshal (1146-1219), a famous knight who helped conquer Ireland. Isabel was one of the wealthiest heiresses in Ireland.
William Marshal was awarded land in Wexford by King John in 1200.
http://www.ancient-egypt.co.uk/Cistercians/Tintern%20de%20Voto/index.htm -----dna20p.89, 88, dna21p.459
In 1200 Willam Marshal set up the Cistercian Tinturn Abbey very close (6.6km
north) of the town of Fethard.
http://www.ancient-egypt.co.uk/Cistercians/Tintern%20de%20Voto/index.htm ------dna20p.88, 89
In the same year 1200, the Cistercian Christ church awarded Richard of London
the town of Fethard.
William Marshals sister Margaret Marshal (1154-1242) married
Ralph de Somery (1151-1210). Ralphs sister was Alice Somery, who
married Richard le Bel (1150-1226), also known as Richard
dna22p.120 , http://www.geobeale.com/GB43.htm
THUS WILLIAM MARSHAL HAD A SISTER WHOSE HUSBAND HAD A SISTER WHO MARRIED RICHARD LE BEL
William Marshals daughter Isabel Marshal (1200-1240) married Gilbert de Clare (1180-1230). 349 Gilbert, his sons Richard & William, and his grandson Gilbert all inherited Mapledurham, Hants where Richard le Bel lived for many years.
RICHARD TUITEINVADED IRELAND WITH STRONGBOW.
The following names appear on a list of those in Ireland within 3 years of the invasion in 1171. They include Strongbow and Richard Tuite.
This is significant as we believe Richard of London was also Richard le Bel,
we now observe that my ancestor George Beale (descendant
of Richard le Bel) worked on the plantation of Richard Tuite on St Croix ca
This Richard Tuite on St Croix was a descendant of
Richard Tuite who invaded Ireland and then lived in Westmeath.
LAYOUT OF FAMILY