Talk:William Longespée, 3rd Earl of Salisbury

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I found the following information regarding Ida de Longespee:

Though peerage articles, including CP [Complete Peerage] V 472, have longidentified Ida No. 27 [ie. this Ida] as a daughter of Gen. 26 [William Longspee & Ela FitzPatrick], it is clear that their daughter Ida actually married (1) Ralph de Somery (dsp) and (2) bef. 1220 William Beauchamp, of Bedford (see 122A-29 (CP XII (1) note g, which says this Ida living 10Apr 1262). Moriarty (ms. at NEHGS) suggested William Longespee had two daughters Ida, or Idoine, which may be correct. But there appears almost a generation difference between the two Ida's, so the chronicler may have missed a generation and Ida No 27 may be the daughter of William's son William II (122-29). [Ancestral Roots]

Note: based on the above, I am making Ida, a daughter of William II Longespee.

Ela "The Younger"[edit]

I have also seen another daughter for William and Ela, namely Ela "The Younger", born abt. 1225, who married William De Odingsells. If anyone has any corroborating information on this, please contact me at thewarmalds@shaw.ca or gaydenw@hotmail.com. Thanks. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 24.108.194.13 (talk) 22:21, 21 March 2007 (UTC).

Broken LinkClodagh1 (talk) 15:25, 15 July 2010 (UTC)You have placed a link to my work under footnote 1. My website address has now changed: www.briantimms.net I have tried editing the link, with no success; any suggestions? Brian Timms —Preceding unsigned comment added by Clodagh1 (talkcontribs) 15:23, 15 July 2010 (UTC)