Person:Hugh de Lacy (2)

  1. Hugh de Lacy, Lord of MeathAbt 1125 - 1186
  2. Robert de Lacy - Aft abt 1150
m. 1149
  1. Thomas Baron de MaimainsAbt 1150 - 1239/40
  2. _____ de LacyAbt 1162 -
  3. Elayne de LacyAbt 1164 -
  4. Walter de Lacy, Lord of MeathAbt 1172 - 1241
  5. Hugh de Lacy, 1st Earl of UlsterAbt 1176 - 1242
  6. Robert de Lacy - 1215
  7. Gilbert de Lacy - Aft 1222
  8. William de LacyAft 1210 -
  9. Alice _____ - Bef abt 1242
m. Abt 1180
Facts and Events
Name[5] Hugh de Lacy, Lord of Meath
Alt Name Hugh de Lacy Lord Meath
Gender Male
Alt Birth[5] Abt 1115 Longtown, Herefordshire, England
Birth? Abt 1125 Ewias Lacy, Herefordshire, England
Marriage 1149 <, Ewyas Harrold, Hereford, England>to Rohese de Monmouth
Occupation? 1172 Acceeded as 5th Baron
Marriage Abt 1180 to Rose Ní Conchobair _____
Alt Death[6] 25 Jul 1185
Death[1] 25 Jul 1186 Durrow, County Laois, Leinster, Republic of Ireland
Reference Number? Q1634638?

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Hugh de Lacy, Lord of Meath, 4th Baron Lacy (; before 1135 – 25 July 1186), was an Anglo-Norman landowner and royal office-holder. He had substantial land holdings in Herefordshire and Shropshire. Following his participation in the Norman Invasion of Ireland, he was granted, in 1172, the lands of the Kingdom of Meath by the Anglo-Norman King Henry II, but he had to gain control of them. The Lordship of Meath was then the most extensive liberty in Ireland.

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  3.   Eng. 116.
  4.   Eng. A1 v. 1, p. 206.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Cyrus H. Brown. Harding, John & Lu. (Published in 1909).
  6. HUGH de Lacy, in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.