| STEPHEN de Segrave (-Leicester Abbey 1241). Henry III King of England ordered "Stephano de Sedgrave" to surrender the manors of "Meleburne, Kirketone, Stauntone, Tingdene, Leland", as well as "Novum Castrum super Linam quod G. filius vester tenet", by letter dated 14 Jun 1234. Matthew Paris names "…Stephanus de Segrave, specialis regis consiliarius et quasi Angliæ justitiarius…" among those who died in 1241. The Annales Cestrienses record the death in 1241 of “Stephanus de Sagreve”. m firstly ROHESE le Despencer, daughter of THOMAS le Despencer & his wife ---. The Complete Peerage records her parentage and marriage. m secondly as her first husband, IDA Hastings, daughter of WILLIAM [III] de Hastings & his wife Margery Bigod of Norfolk (-before 2 Mar 1289, bur London, Church of the Grey Friars). She married secondly Hugh Pecche. Stephen & his [first/second] wife had three children:
i) JOHN de Segrave (-before Nov 1230). King Henry III granted "maritagium Emme de Cauz que fuit uxor Johannis de Sedgrave, filii ipsius Stephani" to "Stephano de Sedgrave" dated 2 Nov 1230. m as her first husband, EMMA de Cauz, daughter of ROGER de Cauz & his wife --- (-after 2 Nov 1230). Bracton records a claim, dated 1229, which involved "Johannem de Segraue et Emmam uxorem eius filiam et heredem…Rogeri de Cauz". King Henry III granted "maritagium Emme de Cauz que fuit uxor Johannis de Sedgrave, filii ipsius Stephani" to "Stephano de Sedgrave" dated 2 Nov 1230. She married secondly (after 2 Nov 1230) as his second wife, John de Grey of Shirland, Derbyshire.
ii) STEPHEN de Segrave (-before 1241). Henry III King of England issued letters of presentation of "ecclesie de Burneham" to "Stephanus filius Stephani de Segrave" dated 26 Dec 1222.
iii) GILBERT de Segrave (-Pons, Poitou before 8 Oct 1254).