County officials took immediate action to ensure that the boy had no access to firearms and that the threats were false. After reviewing the evidence, Schuyler County Family Court Judge Dennis Morris determined that the boy should be removed from the home for his own good.
He married in Eleanor de Bohun d. James's name may reflect his father's devotion to Santiago de Compostela, for in Edmund, his wife, and son were released from a vow to visit the shrine of St James. In the king granted him his lands and marriage before he was of full age and the court speeded his return to Ireland where his lordships in Munster and Leinster were threatened by Irish raids.
The first steps of his career were thus taken during the ascendancy of the Despensers, who established links with several leading Anglo-Irish families.
Their fall in left Ireland unstable and the new rulers of England uncertain of the allegiance of the magnates. James Butler was drawn into regional feuds and was among those who received reprimands from England between December and June At that point, however, his father's close relations with Roger Mortimer Edmund had been justiciar of Ireland during Mortimer's lieutenancy in —18 and they had negotiated a marriage alliance inand the search for stability in Ireland on the part of the Mortimer regime, worked to his advantage.
At the Salisbury parliament in Octoberwhere Mortimer became earl of March, James Butler was created earl of Ormond and given a life-grant of the liberty of Tipperary, which in the event his descendants were to hold until At the same time his marriage to Edward III's cousin drew him towards the apex of aristocratic society.
The new earl's career was often dominated by campaigns against the native Irish who threatened his lands in Tipperary and south Leinster. His role in Irish marcher society was compatible with a career on a wider stage and could indeed be used to advertise his indispensability.
The fall of Mortimer inand the resumption of grants made under his influence, rendered Ormond's gains of vulnerable. Faced by the strong methods of the justiciar, Anthony Lucy, the earl crossed to England and spent part of at his town of Aylesbury, subjecting Edward III to petitions in which he stressed his military services in Ireland, his relationship to the royal house, and the antiquity of his family and its possession of the butlerage of Ireland since the time of King John.
As well as protecting his threatened endowments, he obtained financial rewards. His relations with Edward were further advanced when he led a retinue of men from Ireland to the Scottish campaign of Ormond died on 16 or 18 February at Gowran, Kilkenny, before his intention to endow a Franciscan house at Carrick-on-Suir in Tipperary was carried through.
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