Alexander Greene de Boketon Knight
(Cir 1181-Cir 1236)

 

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1. Isabelle Sibilla de Cantilou (Cantiloupe)

Alexander Greene de Boketon Knight 2065,2066

  • Born: Cir 1181, Northampton, England 2067
  • Marriage (1): Isabelle Sibilla de Cantilou (Cantiloupe)
  • Died: Cir 1236, Boughton, Northamptonshire, England about age 55 2066,2067
  • Buried: St. John the Baptist Cemetery, Greenes Norton, Northampshire, ENGLAND 2066

  Noted events in his life were:

Family Name: Boughton, Northamptonshire, England. 2068 Alexander assumed a name after his chief estate de Greene de Boketon - - the Lord of the Park of the Deer Enclosure. This name became Bucks and Buckston and then Boughton.

During the reign of Henry VI 1422-1461 and the wars in France, the Greenes dropped the "de" as it sounded too French and became Greene.

Descendant, 1202, England. 2065 Alexander was the great-grandson of one of the Nobles that invaded England with William the Conqueror in 1066.

Estate, 1202, Boughton. 2065 King John bestowed an Estate on Alexander in 1202. This Estate may have been a reward for Alexander for fighting for the King when the King kidnapped another man's wife, Isabelle, and divorced his own wife, Avisa. It is known John had stripped the estates of the Nobles who did not support him and gave them to supporters.


Alexander married Isabelle Sibilla de Cantilou (Cantiloupe). (Isabelle Sibilla de Cantilou (Cantiloupe) was born in 1179 in Aston Cantlow, Warwickshire, England 2069 and died in 1236 in Norton, Northamptonshire, England 2069.)




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