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The family was possibly from Loucelles, near Caen.
The Lascelles family continued down the male line until 1294,
when the estate was divided between the four co-heiresses.
[LASC391] Geoffrey de Lascelles.
[LASC401] Roger de Lascelles.
[LASC411] Picot de Lascelles (born c.1062) at the Domesday Survey was sub-tenant in Yorkshire of William de Percy (at Bolton-on-Dearne, Kirby Wiske, Scruton, Sutton-upon-Derwent and Thrintoft in Ainderby Steeple), and also sub-tenant of Count Alan IV in Lincolnshire (at Aylesby, Fulstow and Swallow). He married [MUSA362] Theophania Musard (see MUSARD). He died c.1119-29. Afterwards Theophania married [MYNS451] Elias FitzWigan, of East Cowton (see MYNSTON).
[LASC422] Elise de Crispin-Peverel (daughter of Picot) married [PEVZ352] Pagan/Payne (see PEVEREL (1))
[LASC421] Roger de Lascelles (born c.1095), possibly died c.1146.
[LASC432] Emma de Lascelles (born c.1136, thought to be a daughter of Roger, without proof) married [BIRK431] Peter FitzAsculf (see BIRKIN).
[LASC431] John de Lascelles (son of Roger).
[LASC441] Simon de Lascelles (born c.1148) married [OTTX452] Agnes de Otteringham (daughter of [OTTX441] Richard de Otteringham)
[LASC451] John de Lascelles (born 1176).
[LASC462] Agnes de Lascelles (born c.1202) married [BASS482] Miles Basset (see DRAYTON (BASSET) BARONY)