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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Lord John de Dynham & Philippe Lovel

1901396. Lord John de Dynham & 1901397. Philippe Lovel

4/12/1359, John Dinham born in England, heir & s/o 3802792. Sir John de Dinham & 3802793. Muriel de Courtenay.

By 8/12/1369, John’s mother died.

8/12/1370, John age heir to his uncle Hugh de Courtenay. [His father is still alive, but he is the heir to his mother.]

4/1/1371, IPM of Hugh de Coutenay, son and heir of Thomas de Courtenay, knight. Somerset: Maperton. The manor … South Cadebury. The manor … Wotton. The manor … Cryket. The manor … Hugh died on 12 August last. Margaret (3802775) his sister, aged 17 years and more on that date, and John Dynham, son of Muriel his other sister, aged 10 years and more on the same date, are his heirs. Devon: Kyngescarswille. The manor … Pole. The manor … Margaret his sister, daughter of Thomas de Courtenay, knight, aged 17 1/2 years, and John, son of John de Dyneham, knight, and Muriel his wife, Hugh’s other sister, aged 11 years and more, are his heirs. [many more properties in multiple counties] (S) CIsPM.

7/16/1377, Richard II crowned king of England.

12/8/1378, IPM of Thomas de la Pomeray. Oxford: He held Stoke Basset. The manor … by gift and grant of Thomas de Courteneye and Muriel, his wife, both deceased, with reversion to the said Thomas and Muriel and the heirs of Muriel. He died on Tuesday before St. Katharine last. John Denham, knight, (aged 20 years on the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross last), son of John Denham and Muriel, his wife, daughter of the aforesaid Thomas Courteneye and Muriel, and Margaret, wife of Thomas Peverell (aged 24 years and more), daughter of the same Thomas Courteneye and Muriel, are next heirs of the said Muriel wife of Thomas. (S) CIsPM.

[––John & Eleanor––]

Bef. 2/3/1379, John married Eleanor de Montague. [1 daughter, Muriel.]

4/12/1379, John came of age. Dynham requests a writ to the escheator to order a proof of his age and thus to secure entry into his lands and rights as kinsman and heir of Hugh de Courtenay, son of Thomas de Courtenay. (S) UKNA.

7/2/1380, Presentation of Thomas de Eyton, … Great Shelford, … in the king’s gift by reason of the minority of John de Dynham, son and heir of Muriel, daughter and one of the heirs of Thomas de Courteneye, tenant in chief, … (S) CPRs.

7/2/1380, Presentation of Thomas de Eyton, … Great Shelford, … in the king’s gift by reason of the minority of John de Dynham, son and heir of Muriel, daughter and one of the heirs of Thomas de Courteneye, tenant in chief, … (S) CPRs.

1/1381, Expenses of John de Dynham junior de Hertilonde [Cornwall] to London, while there, and returning, to do homage to the king. (S) UKNA.

2/19/1381, Order to give John Denham knight livery of his purparty of the manor of Stokebasset, Oxfordshire … Thomas Pomeray at his death held that manor for life by gift of Thomas de Courteneye and Muriel his wife with reversion to them … John Denham, being son of John Denham and Muriel his wife one of the daughters of the said Thomas de Courteneye and Muriel, and Margaret (3802775) wife of Thomas Peverel the other daughter are next heirs of the said Muriel wife of Thomas, and that John Denham was then within age and Margaret of full age, the king took the homage and fealty of Thomas Peverel by reason of issue upon Margaret begotten, … John son of John has now proved his age (as above), and the king has taken his homage and fealty … (S) CCRs.

11/17/1381, Bond of John de Dynham junior, knight, to John Tytesbyry, skinner, of London, for £20 12s 3d for skins, etc. [detailed.] Bonds of John de Dynham junior, knight, to John Frankelyn, draper, of London, [each] for 70s for cloth [detailed.]

12/1381, Expenses upon the business of John de Dynham junior. Journeys [detailed]. Expenses and purchases in London. Purchases of merchants [detailed]. Schedule of expenses for shoeing and fodder of horses, and other expenses within Devon.

1/7/1383, John’s father murdered. [All his previous lands were of the inheritance of his mother.]

1/15/1383, IPM of John de Dynham, knight. Somerset: Bokelond Dynham. The manor (including a park without deer) … Corfton. A carucate of land, with the advowson of the church … He died on Wednesday the morrow of the Epiphany last. John de Dynham, knight, aged 24 years and more, is his son and heir. Cornwall: [Bodardel.] The manor … Donnegny. The manor … He died on 7 January last. … Devon: Hertilonde. The manor … Notewill. The manor … [Harp]forde. The manor … (S) CIsPM.

2/18/1383, John traveled from Carlisle to London to perform homage to the king. [Expenses: purchases in Exeter, including a breastplate; In London 'to a harper and his woman for singing'; 12d for shackles hired to keep a thief; Horses at Warblyngton on the return journey, and the lord's gift to the church; a barber in Exeter; purchases for the lady – clothes and food, including saffron, treacle, gold and 'smalgold'; 8 pewter saucers; ... (S) UKNA.

3/8/1382, John appointed to a commission of oyer and terminer. (S) CPRs.

4/1383, Legal document. Details of Dynham inheritance and descent from Thomas de Courtenay. Devon, Somerset: Thomas Peverell and Margaret his wife, sister and one of the heirs of Hugh son and heir of Thomas de Courtenay, knight (deceased), were attached to appear to reply to the king concerning Margaret's relief for the manors ... which Hugh held at his death of King Edward III, and for which King Edward III respited to Margaret the homage and fealty on 27th Nov 1369 ... Thomas de Courtenaye knight was seised in demesne as of fee at his death of the manors of Wotton ... descended to Hugh as his son and heir, then under age; ...; Hugh died under age without heir of his body. ... After his death they descended to Margaret as sister and one of his heirs, and to his other heir, namely [John de Dynham] son of Muriel, Hugh's sister, then and still under age; a division was made in chancery between Margaret and John ...

1383, John did homage to the Abbot of Mulchelney for his lands in Hillegh, Somerset.

1383, John captured Robert Tuwyng and John Brown, thieves convicted of killing his father. John killed Robert; but received a pardon.

11/20/1383, Association of John de Dynham with Thomas, bishop of Exeter, Edward de Courtenay, earl of Devon, and others, in the commission of the peace for Devon. (S) CPRs.

1384-86, Edmund Beket, External Steward (sen' foren') of Sir John de Dynham. (S) UKNA.

6/14/1386, Gift in fee tail. John de Dynham, knight, lord of Bodardel to Roger Umffrey de Lostwythel and Joan his wife. (S) UKNA.

1387, John de Baucomb the Receiver of John de Dynham. (S) UKNA.

10/14/1389, Gift in fee tail, John Dynham, knight, lord of Dountterton to Richard Facy and Joan his wife, and their legitimate heirs of body ... [Devon] (S) UKNA.

11/6/1389, Commission to John de Holand, earl of Huntingdon, … to hear and determine the appeal of John Dynham, knight, of Devon, in a cause in the court of chivalry … William Asthorp, knight, was plaintiff and the said John, … defendant. (S) CPRs.

~1390, Philippe born in England, d/o 3802794. John Lovel & 3802795. Eleanor la Zouche.

5/9/1393, “John Dynham, kinsman and heir of Geoffrey” granted a market and fair at Buckland Denham, Somerset. “Confirmed to John Dynham, kinsman and heir of Oliver Dynham,” the grant of a market at Hartland, Devon. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs to 1516.

1393-94, Ellen died.

[––John & Maud––]

11/26/1396, John married Maud Mautravers, widow of Peter de la Mare, d/o John & Elizabeth Daumarle. [No children.]

1397, John accused by the Abbot of Hartland of harassment.

10/13/1399, Henry IV crowned king of England.

5/6/1401, Whereas John Dynham, ‘chivaler,’ … 20 Richard II bound himself to the said king in 1,000 marks, … to keep the peace toward Philip, abbot of Hertylond, and others of the king’s people … grants a general pardon to him.

1402, John accused of crimes against the King’s subjects.

11/1/1402, Maud died.

 [––John & Philippe––]

Aft. 1402, John, knt. of Hartland, Devon, married to 3rd Philippe.

9/10/1404, John de Dynham confirms to Roger Umfrey and Joan his wife all land in Ouera Rosgouel for ancient rent. (S) UKNA.

2/20/1406, Pre-nuptial settlement. Edward, Lord of Hastings, and John de Dynham, knight. Edward shall marry Muriel, John’s daughter, and shall enfeoff certain persons at their choice (a lour dieux ellection) with certain lands and tenements, to the value of 100 marks yearly, in 'which Muriel shall be jointured, and that she shall be dowered in lands and tenements to the yearly value of 300 marks. John shall pay 400 marks. (S) UKNA.

5/18/1406, IPM of Maud wife of John Dynham, knight. Somerset: … Owing to the death of John Mautravers, father of Maud, … She died about 1 Nov. 1402. Elizabeth, the other daughter of John Mautravers, who married Humphrey de Stafford, junior, knight, is her heir, aged 22 years and more. … (S) CIsPM.

4/28/1407, “Whereas the king’s knight John Dynham” … pardoned for previous offenses by paying a fine of 700 marks. (S) CPRs.

4/9/1413, Henry V crowned king of England.

1413, John Dinham, of Nutwell, knight of King Henry V in Devon. (S) The Note-book of Tristram Risdon, P173.

12/1415, Account roll. Reeves, bailiffs and beadle [officers of John Dynham.] (S) UKNA.

4/11/1418, Commission … Hugh Courtenay the elder, ‘chivaler,’ … Richard Chaumbernon, ‘chivaler,’ … John Dynham, ‘chivaler,’ … (S) CPRs.

1418, Sir John Dynham, Knt., present at the baptism of John Holland, Duke of Exeter. (S) A General and Heraldic Dictionary, Burke, 1831, P269.

3/25/1419, Quitclaim. John Dynham, knight to Robert Maynard and Thomas Hertyscote of all right in the manors, lands, tenements ... which they had by gift and enfeoffment in Cornwall. (S) UKNA.

1422, John and Philippe received a papal indult for plenary remission.

8/31/1422, Henry VI (an infant) succeeded Henry V as King of England.

6/4/1423, Manumission by John Dynham, knight, lord of Hertylond of Stephen Bikelond, his bondman of Hertylond [Devon.] (S) UKNA.

10/26/1424, Inspeximus and confirmation to John Dynham, kinsman and heir of Geoffrey and of Oliver de Dynham, … [charters for markets and fairs] (S) CPRs.

1/1426, Defendants: Joan Arches [d/o Richard Arches, knight], John Dynham snr [Knight], John Dynham jnr. Plaintiff: William Hoper, clerk. William H. claims that on 12/07/1424 John D. (Sen.), by way of his attorney Thomas G., retained WH for £20 to act as JD's council in the contracting of a marriage between John D. (Jr.) the son and heir of John D. (Sen.) on the one part, and Joan A. the daughter of Richard A. on the other part. Wh says that this marriage was contracted and so he should have received the aforesaid £20, but has not been paid. (S) Court of Common Pleas, CP 40/662, rot. 335.

2/13/1427, Commission of oyer … on complaint … that John Denham of Notewyll, co. Devon, knight, John Denham, late of the same, esquire, … arrayed in manner of war, assaulted him at Herton, … (S) CPRs.

12/25/1428, John Dynham died.


1/4/1429, Philippe granted a license by the Bishop of Exeter for divine service at any suitable place in the diodese.

3/24/1429, Philippa who was wife of John Dynham, knight. John Dynham, esquire, son and heir of John Dynham, knight, ... list of properties granted and their values: (S) UKNA.

3/30/1429, Lease for term of life ... John Dynham, esquire, [others] Philippa who was wife of John Dynham, knight [father of John] ... the manor of Dunterton ... to hold for term of her life. Rent 1 red rose yearly. (S) UKNA.

Philippe married 2nd Nicholas Broughton, esq.

2/1444, Nicholas and wife Philippe presented to the church of Hemyock, Devon.

1446, Nicholas Broughton, High Sheriff of Devon. (S) Co. of Devon, Tristram Risdon, 1811, P436.

11/3/1459, John More and John Meryfeld', querents, and Joan, who was the wife of John Dynham [son of Philippe], knight, John Dynham [grandson of Philippe], esquire, and Nicholas Broughton', esquire, and Philippe, his wife, deforciants. The manors of Ilstyngton', Dunterton' and Notesworthy … Devon and the manors of Ethrope and Cranewyll' … Buckingham. … after the decease of Joan … remain to Roger Dynham, brother of the aforesaid John Dynham, esquire, … In default … to Charles Dynham, brother of the aforesaid Roger… to Oliver Dynham, brother of the aforesaid John Dynham, esquire, … after the decease of Philippe the same manor and advowson shall remain to the aforesaid John Dynham, esquire, … (S) Feet of Fines.

5/15/1465, Philippe died.

6/16/1465, Pardon … Philippe Broughton, now deceased, late the wife of John Dynham, knight, deceased, … (S) CPRs.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P285.

Children of John and Philippe:

i. John Dinham (950698), born 1406 in England.

ii. Philippe Dinham, born ? in England.

Philippe married Sir Thomas Beaumont, s/o 3802618. Sir William Beaumont.

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