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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

738796 Parr-Crophull

738796. Sir John Parr & 738797. Agnes Crophull

1372, Agnes born in England, heir & d/o 1477594. Sir Thomas Crophill & 1477595. Sybil de la Bere.

1381, Agnes age 9 heir to her father.

Agnes 1st married to Sir Walter Devereux. [Son Walter, daughter Elizabeth].

11/4/1382, Licence, for 20 marks … by Walter Devereux and Agnes his wife, for John Crophull, knight, to enfeoff them, in tail male, with remainder to himself and his heirs, of the manor of Neubold Verdon, co. Leicester, … (S) CPRs.

7/3/1383, Agnes heir to her grandfather.

8/17/1383, Grant, during the minority of the heir, without rendering ought therefor, to Roger Crophull, king’s esquire, of the custody of the manors of Hemyngton, Braunston and Bunyton, of the value of 40£ yearly, late of John Crophull, knight, deceased, tenant in chief, in the king’s hads by reason of the minority of his heir, Agnes, daughter of his son Thomas, she being but twelve years old. (S) CPRs.

1383, John born in England, s/o 1477592. William Parre & 1477593. Elizabeth de Roos.

1385-6, “Agnes daughter of Thomas Crophull son of John Crophull: Herefordshire (proof of age).” (S) UKNA.

6/20/1401, Sir Walter died of wounds from the battle of Pilleth.

Sir John of Kyrkeby in Kendal, married Agnes.

1405, John age 22 on the death of his father.

12/29/1405, “John, son and heir of Elizabeth, widow of William de Par.” (S) UKNA.

Bef. 10/6/1407, Sir John died: John de Parr died seised of a 4th part of the manor of Kirkby in Kendale with the members, held of the king in chief by the service of the 4th part of a knight's fee, worth £40 yearly …

1408, Thomas Parrs’ wardship was granted to his mother Agnes, Sir Thomas Beauford and Sir Thomas Brounflete.

1/13/1409, “Agnes, late wife of John de Par (Parre): Westmorland (assignment of dower)” (S) UKNA: Assignment of dower to Agnes, who was the wife of John de Par, deceased, who held of the king in chief, … by Robert de Louther, escheator, … the said Agnes and Thomas Brounflete, chivaler, treasurer of the king's household, to whom the king committed the wardship of 2 parts of all the lands and tenements which were of the said John de Par until the lawful age of his heir … to the said Agnes the manor of Grenrigg in the town of Helsyngton; also … and of the profits of the court of Kyrkeby; also a tower called Troutebektour within the Castle of Kyrkeby, … also sufficient wood in the great park next the Castle to repair and build all the houses, enclosures of the park called Briddespark and the said mills.

Agnes married 2nd to Sir Walter Devereux. [Son Walter, daughter Elizabeth].

7/9/1413, Thomas’ wardship surrendered by Agnes to Sir Thomas Tunstall of Thurland Castle and others for 200 marks.

Bef. 3/1417, Agnes married 3rd John Merbury.

1431, Licence for John Merbury, esquire, and Agnes his wife to surrender the one third of a fourth part of the manor of Kyrkeby Kendale, which they hold in chief as her dower of the heritage of Thomas del Par, esquire, son and heir of John del Par, sometime her husband, to the said Thomas and his heirs, he to render therefor 40 marks yearly during her life.

2/3/1436, Agnes died; Thomas her heir age 28 years and upwards. Walter Deverous is her kinsman and next heir, viz. son of Walter Deverous, knight, son of the same Agnes, aged 24 years. (S) CIsPM, 4/10/1436.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P643, P247.

Child of John and Agnes:

i. Thomas Parr (369398), born 1407 in England.