Ralph de Mortimer
According to Burke, Ralph accompanied William the Conqueror during the Norman Conquest, and was one of the principal commanders at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. After the Conquest, he was sent to Wales to encounter Edric, Earl of Shrewsbury, "who still resisted the Norman yoke." After a long seige at Wigmore Castle, Ralph was victorius and delivered Edric as prisoner to King William I. As reward for his service, William granted him Edric's lands and Wigmore Castle.
Roger de Mortimer
Was a general of William the Conqueror's in 1054, according to Burke.
Henry de Ferrieres
Was granted Tutbury Castle, in Staffordshire, by William the Conqueror, as well as possessions in other shires, including 114 manors in Derbyshire. Was founder of Tutbury Priory
Henry Lee (Lier)
Went by the Americanized name, "Lee."
Ralph Erwin Lee (Lier)
Colonel, USAF Retired.
Was a Lt. Colonel in USAF.