623756. John de Churchill
Collections Towards A Description Of The County Of Devon (1791)
~1340, John born in England, s/o §Bartholomew de Churchill, s/o §Elias de Churchill & §Dorothy Columbiers.
1377, John “Churchehull” of Yevylton with lands in Devon and Cornwall; a related family member of William de Bonevyll, knight. (S) Pedes finium, Cout of Common Pleas, 1902, P194.
3/26/1380, “Settlement tripartite … Thomas, Bishop of Excestre, John Wadham, John Hulle, John Churchehulle, …” (S) UKNA.
1383, “Exeter, Monday … Case: whether Richard Gevet of Northlegh … disseised John Churchull, … Jury found for Churchhull and others. Damage 1 mark.” (S) UKNA.
1/8/1385, “Quitclaim … Thomas, Bishop of Exeter, … John Churchehull, …” (S) UKNA.
(S) Collections Towards a Desc. of the co. of Devon, Pole, 1791, P173. (S) Collin’s Peerage of England, 1812, P363.
• 1315, Elias de Churchile grants to John Bampfield his meadow called Pleynford in Clifton.
• “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 Giffard.” (S) Memoirs of John, Duke of Marlborough, Coxe, 1820, P1.
• Churchill is a small parish 5 miles to the east of Worcester.
Child of John and ?:
i. John Churchehull (311878), born ~1370 in England.