- Henry de Lacy, 3rd Earl of Lincoln
Henry de Lacy (1249 – 1311) was a confidant of
Edward I of England. In 1278 he became Earl of Lincoln.
He was son of
Edmund de Lacy, 2nd Earl of Lincoln. He was educated at court and became Chief Councillor to Edward I. While the king was engaged on military conflicts with the Scots, Henry was appointed Protector of the Realm.
He campaigned in Wales in the 1270s, and started the construction of
He was also Lord of
Pontefractand the 10th Baron of Halton. He died at his Londonhome, Lincoln's Inn, and was buried in Saint Paul's Cathedral.
He transferred the monastery from Stanlow to Whalley [Kingsford] . He is the addressee, or joint composer, of a poem (a "
tenson") by Walter of Bibbesworthabout crusading, "La pleinte par entre missire Henry de Lacy et sire Wauter de Bybelesworthe pur la croiserie en la terre seinte".
He married Margaret Longespee. [ [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jamesdow/s047/f425889.htm Tree: Margaret LONGESPEE ] ] . Their daughter Alice married
Thomas Plantagenet, Earl of Lancaster.
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