LYON pedigrees based on the Abbey Roll

LYON pedigrees based on information provided in the
Abbey Roll write-up for Loions
Ingelram de Lions; came to England 1066; held grants in Corsham and Culington from the King.
1 Ranulph
a Ingelram de Lions (aka Ingelram Parcar being forester of Croxton Leicester by exchange with the King).
i William Parcarius de Lions; a benefactor to Croxton Abbey.
ii Hugh Parcarius de Lions; deprived of his estates in 1203; Ancestor of the Parker Family, Earls of Macclesfield.
2 William de Lions; held a grant in Norfolk from Earl Walter Giffard; left descendants that flourished at Lyons’ Manor in Weston Norfolk till the reign of Edward II.
Roger de Lyons held Melton Constable of William de Beaufoe, Bishop of Thetford, jointly with Anchitel de Melton or de Constable.
a William de Lyons
i a daughter
ii a daughter
John Lyons of Framlingham in Suffolk attended the array and muster of the Hundred of Loose in 1316.
Lyon or Lions Hall Essex Edward II.
Lyons Manor in the parish of Booking Edward III.
In Oxfordshire, John de Lyons of Begbrooke received a writ of military summons in 1322
Nicholas de Lyons
a Sir John de Lyons;
married the co-heiress of Great Oakley and Preston Capes
i Sir John de Lyons; Lord of Warkworth; sixth in descent from Nicholas de Lyons; received a writ of military summons in 1322; died 1319.
married Alice; daughter of Sir William de St. Liz
A Sir John de Lyons; died 1385 no issue.
B Elizabeth
married 1st Sir Nicholas (some say Sir John) Chetwode
married 2nd Richard Wydville
ii Richard de Lyons
A Richard de Lyons; died no issue.
B Isabella
C Cecilia
D Christina
Nicholas de Lyons; Reeve of Bristol in 1252; held lands at Long Ashton Somersetshire, his posterity continued there until the end of the fourteenth century.
a Thomas de Lions (last descendent); obtained a charter of free warren and liberty to make a park in his manor of Long Ashton, which from the family was henceforward named Ashton-Lyons 15 Richard II..
John Lyons of Lyons Antigua
1 William de Lyons of Hampshire; witnessed a charter of William de Redvers to Christ Church Priory in the thirteenth century.
2 John Lyons of St. Austin’s Hants
a
b Sir Edmund Lyons (Admiral); made Lord Lyon in 1856 for his services during the Crimean War; died 1858.
i Richard Lyons; Career Diplomat; raised to viscount in 1881; was about to be made an Earl when he died shortly after 1887.
i A son; Naval Officer killed at Sebastopol in 1855.
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