~1348, John born in England, heir & s/o 2955232. Sir John Tuchet & 2955233. Joan de Audley.
~1350, Maud born in England, d/o 2955234. Reynold de Grey & 2955235 Maud de la Vache.
6/1349, The Plague reached Dorset, and had spread across England by the end of 1349. [Breakouts would repeat over many years.]
1362, John, a minor, succeeded his father.
1365, John still a minor.
[––Maud & Richard––]
Maud 1st married to Richard de Wylughby. [No children.]
1369, Richard died, buried at the church of St. Mary and All Saints, Willoughby-on-the-Wolds, Rushcliffe, Notts.
6/20/1369, Order to the escheators in the counties of Nottingham and Derby ; Lincoln to take into the king’s hands the lands whereof Richard de Wylughby, ' chivaler ' held on the day of his death. (S) CFRs.
1369, John served under the Earl of Pembroke in Poitou and Anjou. The Earl’s forces of 300, having ravaged the estates fo the viscount de Rochechouart, returned to Poitou and stopped at the village of Puirenon. In the late afternoon they were attacked by French forces of 700 under command of Sir Louis de Sancere, marshal of France. More than 120 of Pembroke’s forces were killed or captured. The English retreated to a house with a stone wall. Surrounded, they held off multiple attacks by the French that day. That night they used to fortify the house, which allowed them to hold off the much larger French force all day. When the French heard that Sir John Chandos was marching with fresh soldiers in relief of the earl, they retreated. (S) Chronicles of England, France, and Spain, Froissart, 1839, P426.
[––Maud & John Tuchet––]
6/1369-7/1370, John married Maud, widow of Sir Richard de Willoughby.
1370, Maud’s father died.
1/12/1370, “Power of attorney. 1) Godfrey Foliambe, kt., John Tuchet of Marton, …” (S) UKNA.
1371, John given a license for an oratory at Merton for 2 years.
6/1372, John left England with the Earl of Pembroke for Aquitaine, France.
6/23/1372, John killed at a naval battle with a Spanish fleet off La Rochelle in the Bay of Biscay. The Earl of Pembroke had been appointed Governor and Captain of Poitou, and was enroute to La Rochelle and found the Spanish blocking the entrance. The fleet of Henry of Castile consisted of 40 large ships and 13 barks, all equipped for war. After a fierce battle and night fell each fleet separated and anchored. The next day, the battle continued with ships in close contact, and grappling hooks being used to board the English vessels. Four Spanish ships attacked the Earl’s ship on which was 22 of his knights including John. The Earl was captured, and all his knights were either slain or captured. (S) Chronicles …, P470.
6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, succeeded Edward III as King of England.
[––Maud & John Dabriggecourt ––]
Bef. 9/1378, Maud married Sir John Dabriggecourt. [1 son, 5 daughters]
1393, John Daubriggecourt, knight of the shire Derbyshire.
5/8/1401, John Daubrigecourt, Captain of the castle of Calais. (S) CPRs.
1406, John Dabriggecourt on commission of peace in Derbyshire. (S) CPRs.
1406, Maud died.
9/4/1406, Writ for IPM of Maud wife of Richard Wylughby, knight, in Nottingham. (S) CIsPM.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P831.
Child of John Tuchet and Maud:
i. John Tuchet (738808), born 4/23/1371 in England. [Heir]
Children of John Dabriggecourt and Maud:
i. Joan Dabriggecourt, born ? in England.
Joan married John Cokayn the younger.
1439, Joan, widow of Sir John Cokayn the younger, daughter of Sir John Dabridgecourt, suing Isabel, widow of Sir John Cokayn, for debt. (S) Locality and Polity, Warwickshire, Carpenter, 1992, P111.
1459, Joan living.
ii. John Dabriggecourt, born aft. 1395 in England. [Heir]
12/16/1416, Grant to William Lynde, esquire, by mainprise of Hugh Whylughby, of the keeping of all the lands late of John Dabriggecourt, ' chivaler,' … until the lawful age of John his son and heir. (S) CFRs.