|Relationship to me:||unrelated|
|Father:||Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk||1366 - 1400|
|Mother:||Elizabeth D'Arundelle Fitzalan||1366 - 1425|
|Brothers:||None - hence upon Sir Thomas's death the Mowbray inheritance passed, through Lady Margaret, to the Howards|
|Married:||Sir Robert Howard m. c 1420||1385 - ????|
|Children:||Sir John Howard, Duke of Norfolk||1421 - 1485|
|Margaret Howard (married Thomas Danyell, Baron of Rathwire)|
In Oct 2020, Gay Brennan established that the Wyndhams are not ancestors of the Newmans as used to be thought. See note on Dinah Wyndam's page.
Lady Margaret Mowbray was the eldest daughter of Thomas Mowbray, 1st duke of Norfolk (he appears in Act 1 of Shakespeare's Richard II). The duke of Norfolk was the greatest man in the kingdom after the King and royal family. But Thomas Mowbray had no male heir, so upon his death the Mowbray inheritance passed, through Lady Margaret, to the Howards.
Robert Howard - Knight of the Garter:
Born: 1383 in Forncet Manor, Norfolk, England
Father: Sir Knight John Howard
Mother: Alice Tendring
Married: Margaret de Mowbray
Children: John Howard 1st Duke of Norfolk; Catherine Howard (1414-1478), and Margaret Howard (married Thomas Danyell, Baron of Rathwire)
notes from an unknown source passed down from Harold Ernest Montague