1477144. Sir Thomas de Dacre
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~1320, Thomas born in Cumberland, England; s/o 2954288. Edmund de Dacre.
Thomas of Halton, near Lancaster, and of Dacre in Cumberland.
10/20/1345, Commission of oyer and terminer to … on complaint by John de Moubray that … Thomas de Roos of Kendale, ‘chivaler,’ … Thomas de Dacre, ‘chivaler’, … John de Haryngton of Farleton, ‘chivaler,’ … entered his free chase … co. York. (S) CPRs.
1346, Thomas held the manors of Tatham and Heysham, previously held by his father.
1349, the Plague reached York.
1349-50, Melling Tatham was disturbed by a private war between Sir Thomas de Dacre and Sir Robert de Nevill. The former went to Arkholme with several companions and assaulted Nevill’s servant, while Sir Robert assembled ‘an immense multitude’ of armed men at Hornby, ‘to the number of about 30’, and for half a year led them to waylay his adversary. Sir William de Dacre, by Sir Thomas’ request, came to Hornby Castle in manner of war, with men-at-arms and bowmen. (S) A History of the County of Lancaster, V8, 1914.
1356, Thomas in possession of Heysham manor.
(S) Annales Caermoelenses, or Annals of Cartmel, Stockdale, 1872, P484. (S) Lancashire Fines: 1-5 Edward III, 1902, P67-81.
Child of Thomas and ?:
i. Edmund de Dacre (738572), born ~1350 in England.