Edward Lloyd V
13th Governor of Maryland
- 12th Great-grandfather of Edward Lloyd V — 15th Generation
- Ahnentafel No:
- Richard FitzAlan
- Eleanor Plantagenet
- Birth Date:
- ABT 1346
- Birth Location:
- Christening Date:
- Christening Location:
- Death Date:
- 21 Sep 1397
- Death Location:
- Tower Hill, London, England
- Burial Date:
- Burial Location:
- Church of the Augustin Friars, London, England
- Spouse Name:
- Elizabeth de Bohun
- Marriage Date:
- 28 Sep 1359
- Marriage Location:
Elizabeth FitzAlan (Ahnentafel No:9163 )
11th Earl of Arundel. He was beheaded for opposing Richard II.
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Sources for Richard FitzAlan
- 1 American Ancestors, "Boris Johnson: Royal Ancestry", (accessed 04/15/2020).
- 2 Browning, Charles H., Americans of Royal Descent: A Collection of Genealogies of American Families Whose Lineage is Traced to . . ., 2nd Ed., Philadelphia: Porter and Coates (1891), 160.
- 3 Mosley, Charles, editor, Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, Crans, Switzerland: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd. (1999), 815-816.
- 4 Richardson, Douglas, Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Salt Lake City, Utah: Douglas Richardson (2013), Vol. V, p. 381.
- 5 Roberts, Gary Boyd, Notable Kin, Volume 1, Santa Clarita, California: Carl Boyer, 3rd (1998), 62.
- 6 Roberts, Gary Boyd, The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States (2 vols.), Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. (2008), 308, 312, 314, 328, 336, 342, 353, 359.
- 7 Roberts, Gary Boyd, The Royal Descents of 900 Immigrants to the American Colonies, Quebec, or the United States (2 vols.), Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company (2018), 500, 558.
- 8 Weis, Frederick Lewis, Eight Lines of Descent of John Prescott, Founder of Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1645, Dublin, New Hampshire: (1957), 47.
- 9 Wikipedia, "Richard FitzAlan, 11th Earl of Arundel", _11th_Earl_of_Arundel, (accessed 09/23/2011).
- 10 Wurts, John S., Magna Charta, New York: Brookfield Publishing Company (1893), 1594.