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||Edmund Ros |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox
||23 Oct 1508
||Elsing Manor, Enfield
||Parish Church, Enfield.
||4 Aug 2003 |
- 11th Lord de Ros.
According to The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. XI, p. 106-107, his son Edmund de Ros, 10th Lord Ros was with his father in Scotland in August 1461. On Henry VII's accession to the throne (1485), the Act of Attainder of 1461 was annulled. And Edmund being overseas (doesn't say where) was returned. However, further proceedings in 1492 found that Edmund was "not of sufficient discretion to guide himself, and his livelihood, or able to serve his Highness after his duty.". Custody was granted to his brother-in-law, Sir Thomas Lovel, with the farm of the lands for his life, after Edmund's death, with reversion to the crown. Edmund died without issue at Elsing manor, Enfield on 23 Oct 1508 and was buried at the parish church there.