See also

Eleanor (c. 1206- )

1. Eleanor de Baliol, daughter of Lord Ingelram de BALIOL (1175-c. 1244) and Agnes de Berkeley (1170-bef1281), was born circa 1206 in Red Castle, Scotland. She married William de Percy circa 1234 in Red Castle.

 

The lands of Inverkeilor, or which Red Castle was built, were granted to Walter de Berkeley, the royal chamberlain of William the Lion. On Walter's death about 1194, the property passed, via his daughter, to the Balliol family - the probable builders of the first stone castle on the site.

 

William de Percy and Eleanor de Baliol had the following children:

 

Henry de Percy (c. 1235-1272). Henry was born circa 1235 in Whitby, Yorkshire. He married Eleanor PLANTAGENET on 8 September 1268 in York. He died on 29 August 1272 in Sallay Craven, Yorkshire.

Second Generation

2. Lord Ingelram de BALIOL, son of Bernard (2) de BALIOL and Agnes Pincheni, was born in 1175 in Tours-en-Vimeu, Picardy, France. He died circa 1244. He married Agnes de Berkeley.

 

3. Agnes de Berkeley was born in 1170. She died before 22 November 1281. She and Ingelram de BALIOL had the following children:

 

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Eleanor de Baliol (c. 1206- )

Elena ( - )

Third Generation

4. Bernard (2) de BALIOL, son of Bernard (1) de BALIOL and Matilda, was born in 1140. He died in 1194. He married Agnes Pincheni.

 

5. Agnes Pincheni was born in 1149. She and Bernard (2) de BALIOL had the following children:

 

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Ingelram de BALIOL (1175-c. 1244)