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Monday, May 24, 2010

Lord Edmund de Dacre & Alice de Towneley

738572. Lord Edmund de Dacre & 738573. Alice de Towneley

~1350, Edmund Lennard born in Lancashire, England, heir & s/o 1477144. Thomas de Dacre.

~1352, Alice born in Lancashire, England, d/o 1477146. Richard de Towneley & 1477147. Ellen Catterall.

1366, Sir Thomas de Dacre covenanted with Richard de Towneley, that Edmund de Dacre, his son, should take to wife the said Richard’s daughter [Alice], and upon this marriage were to settle in jointure the manor of Tatham, with the advowson, with the manor of Over Hesham and Hesham, which Sir John Harrington of Farlton held for term of life. (S) Hist. of the Co. Palatine & Duchy of Lancaster, Herford, 1870, P592.

1374, Hugh Ward and Edmund de Dacre accused of depasturing in Tatham.

1375, Edmund de Dacre complained that Robert de Urswick and others had been hunting in his free warren at Tatham.

6/21/1377, Richard II succeeded Edward III as King of England.

1378, Edmund de Dacre and his parceners held the fourth part of a knight's fee in Tatham and Ireby.

1382, “Enfeoffment: Gilbert del Legh & w. Alice to Edmund de Dacre …”. (S) UKNA, Lancashire Record Office.

1382-83, “Conf: Edmund de Dacr' & Hen. de Scolfeld to Alice who was the wife of Gilbert del Legh; …”. (S) UKNA.

1382-83, Bond: Alice, wife of Gilbert del Legh to John s. & h. of Ric. de Tounlay, Edmund de Dacre & Thos. de Hasleth in 24 marks. (S) UKNA.

1392, Edmund de Dacre claimed an annual rent of 40s. and a stone of wool from Roger de Brockholes, Thomas de Hesketh, Nicholas de Singleton the younger and John de Towneley.

1393, Edmund heir to his uncle Gilbert del Legh. (S) Hist. of the Chantries … Co. Palantine, V1, Raines, 1862, P148.

4/30/1395, Edmund de Dacre the patron of the parish church of Tatham, presenting William Tindore.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England.

12/1/1401, Edmund de Dacre on a commission to collect a levy in support of the marriage of the king’s daughter Blanche in the county palantine of Lancaster. (S) CFRs.

1/8/1402, Edmund died. (S) Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons, 1878, P536.

(S) Lancashire Fines: 1-5 Edward III, 1902, P67-81. (S) Hist. of Lancaster, V8, 1914, Tatham.

Child of Edmund  and Alice:

i. Thomas de Dacre (369286), born 1379 in England. [Heir]


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