*Saher IV (or II) De Quincy
born 1155 Of, Winchester, Hampshire, England
died 3 Nov 1219 Damietta, On Way To Holy Land, Palestine
buried Acre, Palestine

*Robert De Quincey
born Abt 1127 Of, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire, England
died Bef 29 Sept 1197 England

*Orabella De Leuchars
born Abt 1133 Of, Leuchars, Fifeshire, Scotland
died 1181
married Abt 1153 (div) Of, Brackley, Northamptonshire, England

Miss De Quincey born Abt 1157 Of, Brackley, Northamptonshire, England
Simon De Quincey born Abt 1159 Of, Brackley, Northamptonshire, England

*Margaret De Harcourt De Beaumont
born Abt 1156 Of, Hampshire, England
died 12 Jan 1235/1236
buried Brackley, Northamptonshire, England

*Hawise De Quincy born Abt 1178 Of Winchester, Hampshire, England
married 11 Feb 1222/1223
Arabella De Quincy born Abt 1186 Of, Winchester, Hampshire, England died Aft 1258
Reginald De Quincy born Abt 1184 Of, Winchester, Hampshire, England
*Robert De Quincy born Abt 1186/1188 Of, Winchester, (Buckley), Hampshire, England christened 1219
died Aug 1257 Spm, London, Middlesex, England
buried Hospitallers, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, England
Loretta De Quincy born Abt 1180 Of, Winchester, Hampshire, England
John De Quincy born Abt 1182 Of, Winchester, Hampshire, England
Beatrice De Quincy born Abt 1185 Of, Brackley, Northamptonshire, England
*Roger De Quincy born Abt 1174 Of, Winchester, Hampshire, England
died 25 Apr 1264 England buried Brackley, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

biographical and/or anecdotal:
He was the Joint Governor of Normandy 1180-1184. He was the Steward of England 1205-1207. He was created Earl of Winchester, by King John in 1207. He was present at Lincoln, when William, King of Scotland, did homage to the English monarch, and he subsequently obtained large grants and immunities from King John; when, however, the baronial war broke out, his pennant waved on the side of freedom, and he became so eminent among the chiefs, that he was chosen one of the twenty-five barons, a Surety, appointed to enforce the observance of the Magna Charta, in 1215. Adhering to the same party, after the accession of King Henry III., the Earl of Winchester had a principal command at the battle of Lincoln, and there being defeated, he was taken prisoner by the royalists. But submitting in the following October, he had restitution of all his lands; and proceeded soon after in company with the Earls of Chester and Arundel, and others of the nobility, to the Holy Land. A leader of the First Crusade, he assisted at the siege of Damietta, in 1219, and died in the Holy Land on November 3, 1219, progressing toward Jerusalem.

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