~1365, John Churchill born in Devon, England, s/o 623756. John de Churchill.
~1370, Joan born in Yorkshire, England, d/o 623758. John Dawney & 623759. Ellen Barden.
6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, succeeded Edward III as King of England.
Aft. 1/8/1385, John’s father [assumed] deceased. [Based on break in records.]
1/26/1391, at Westminister, John Chuchehull pardoned for 40s. for a land deal made without license. (S) CPRs.
1394, John Churchehull was of Hundred of East Budley [Devon]. (S) Sir George Carew’s Scroll of Arms 1588, P12. [Sa. a lion rampart, debrused with a bend sa. m. g. This coate standeth in Marland, Yompton, and in Holberton Church, and is quartered by Crocker and Dennis, of Orleighe.]
3/12/1395, Commission to … to go from town to town … money to be levied … John Churchehill of Devon. (S) CFRs.
5/10/1397, “Quitclaim … Warranty, … John Churchehull, …” (S) UKNA.
9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England.
6/6/1402 at Shete, John Strecche … John Churchehull, … charter of 6 messuages, … granted to William Bonevyle, knight, and Alice his wife … (S) N&Qs, Somerset and Dorset, Vs 9-10, P238.
8/13/1407, Sir William Bonevylle left John Churchehull 10 marks in his will. (S) Ecclesiastical Antiq.’s in Devon, Oliver, V3, 1842, P90.
11/28/1407, Sir William Berbrit, priest presented in the parish church of Lymington by John Streth, John Churchull and Andrew Rydon. (S) Somerset Record Society, 1899, P71.
1408, John Churchull, John Wadham, Andrew Rydon, … named in the estate records of Sir William Bonville. (S) Collectanea Topo. Et Gen., Madden, 1843, P239.
1417-18, John “Churchehulle”, esq. of Somerset, died. (S) UKNA.
(S) The Peerage of Ireland, 1789, P73.
· “Wildyard, in the parish of Cliston, belonged to Elias de Churchill, Bartholomew, and John de churchill ; and John Churchill, who had issue, Margaret, married to Andrew Hillersden ; Agnes, married to Stephen Gifford.” (S) Memoirs of John, Duke of Marlborough, Coxe, 1820, P1.
Children of John and Joan:
i. Agnes Churchill (155939), born ~1400 in England. [coheir]
ii. Margaret Churchill, born ? in England. [coheir]
Margaret married Andrew Hillersden.