|Death: ||Sep. 15, 1343|
Son of William de Ferrers and Ellen Seagrave. Husband of Isabel de Verdun, married before 20 Feb 1331. Father of Sir William de Ferrers, Phillipa de Ferrers (Mrs Guy de Beauchamp) and Elizabeth de Ferrers (Mrs David de Strathbogie.) Also father of Henry de Ferrers by an unknown mistress.
2nd Lord Ferrers of Groby, Fenny Drayton, Waltham, Leichestershire, Stebbing, Woodham Ferrers, Essex, Chapel Brampton, Northamptonshire. Chamberlain to the King (Edward III), Keeper of Berwick Upon Tweed, Justice of Chester, Keeper of the Channel Islands.
Henry was summoned to Parliament 1330 to 1338. He accompanied the king to Ireland in 1331, but was one of the 'disinherited" who took part in Edward de Baliol's invasion of Scotland in 1332. He received a pardon in 1338 for all offenses, including the capture of Roger de Mortimer. He was with the King at the Battle of Sluys in 1340. His wife, Isabel died of the pestilence (the Black Death) of 1349.
William De Ferrers (1272 - 1325)
Ellen Margret De Segrave De Ferrers (1275 - 1317)
Isabel de Verdun (1315 - 1349)
Elizabeth de Ferrers Malewayn (____ - 1375)*
William Ferrers (1332 - 1371)*
Maintained by: Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Originally Created by: Jerry Ferren
Record added: Dec 20, 2010
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