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  1. Upon his death without issue in 1213, Isabella once again became Countess of Gloucester. Later marriages Isabel later married Geoffrey FitzGeoffrey de Mandeville, 2nd Earl of Essex, on 20 January 1214. He died in 1216. A year after Essex's demise, she married Hubert de Burgh (later Earl of Kent ), later the justiciar of England, in September 1217.

    • Family
    • Biographical Notes
    • Feudal Barony of Gloucester
    • Origins
    • References,_Countess_of_Gloucester 1. Father: William Fitz Robert, 2nd Earl of Gloucester 2. Mother: Hawise de Beaumont 3. Spouses: 1) John, King of England (annulled); 2) Geoffrey FitzGeoffrey de Mandeville, 2nd Earl of Essex 3) Hubert de Burgh, 1st Earl of Kent 4. Children: none

    From “ Isabella of Gloucester joined the ‘never quite making it to Queen’ club when she married Prince John”. From “ Isabella of Gloucester, the Lost Queen of England”27/02/2015 From “ Isabella of Gloucester, Queen of England, Countess of Gloucester and Essex”MAY 2, 2015 From “ Isabella, first wife of King John (d. 1217)(Magna Carta Trust) A Glimps... Prince John Plantagenet Following the death in 1183 of William Fitz Robert, 2nd Earl of Gloucester, the barony escheated temporarily to the crown and was controlled by King Henry II (1154-1189) until 1189. In 1187 the custodian of the barony was charged scutage on 327 knight's f... WILLIAM FitzRobert, son of ROBERT Fitzroy Earl of Gloucester & his wife Mabel [Matilda or Sibylle] FitzRobert (23 Nov [1112]-23 Nov 1183, bur Keynsham Abbey, Somerset). His birth date is confirmed by the Annals of Waverley which record the death “in nocte Sancti Clementis” in 11...

    • between circa 1173 and 1174
    • Canterbury, Kent, England
    • Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
  2. When Isabella Countess of Gloucester was born about 1173, in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, her father, William FitzRobert 2nd Earl of Gloucester, was 61 and her mother, Hawise de Beaumont Countess of Gloucester, was 44. She married John King of England on 29 August 1189, in Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom.

  3. 25/06/2022 · Isabella, 3rd Countess of Gloucester was the first wife of King John of England. Born circa 1173/1174, Isabella was the youngest of the four children and the second of the two daughters of William FitzRobert, 2nd Earl of Gloucester and Hawise de Beaumont of Leicester.

  4. 02/05/2015 · Isabella was born c. 1160, third and youngest daughter of William, earl of Gloucester and Hawisia, daughter of Robert de Beaumont, 3rd earl of Leicester. Earl William was one of the wealthiest nobles in England. Sadly we know nothing of Isabella’s upbringing or education.

  5. Isabella, Countess of Gloucester (1173/1174 – 14 October 1217), was an English noblewoman who was married to King John prior to his accession. Contents 1 Lineage 2 Royal marriage and annulment 3 Earldom of Gloucester 4 Later marriages 5 Death and burial 6 Fictional portrayals Lineage

  6. 27/02/2015 · Isabella died on 14 October 1217, probably at Keynsham Abbey near Bristol, and was buried at the cathedral of Christ Church, Canterbury. Shortly before her death, Isabella made a grant to the monks of Canterbury, of £10 of land in her manor of Petersfield, Hampshire, which was witnessed by Hubert de Burgh and other members of his household.