JOHN FITZ STEPHENS, Baron of Winterbourne, who succeeded his grandfather in the lordship, holding it conjointly with Thomas de Bradeston, second Lord Bradeston, grandson of Thomas, first Lord Bradeston, before mentioned.
JOHN FITZ STEPHEN,4 who it appears married a daughter of the De Bradeston family, and had issue;
HENRY FITZ STEPHENS, Baron of Winterbourne, by feudal tenure, concerning whom there is
evidence, that in the civil war of Edward II, he was close to the scene and events, without being party
to the assassination of the King in Berkeley Castle, 1327. In the reign of King Edward III, he held the
lordship of Winterbourne conjointly with Thomas, first Lord Bradeston, Governor of Berkeley