1901426. Thomas Dacre & 1901427. Elizabeth Bowet
~1410, Thomas Fenys born in England, s/o 3802852. Thomas Dacre & 3802853. Philippe Neville.
1416, Elizabeth born in England, d/o 3802854. William Bowett & 3802855. Amy de Ufford.
Bef. 1433, Thomas married Elizabeth.
1434, Thomas presented to the church of Benacre, Suffolk in right of his wife. [Apparently because Elizabeth had not reached full age.]
4/22/1435, “This indenture made betwixt Richard [Neville] Erle of Salisbury.. and Thomas Dacre, Knygth, son and heire to ye lorde Dacre …” (S) UKNA. [Richard is Thomas’ uncle.]
1438, Sir Henry Inglose and Amy convey the manor of Horsford to Elizabeth. [Likely because she had reached full age, Amy the step-mother of Elizabeth.]
1448, … to Thomas Dacre and Elizabeth for life, then (a) the advowsons, the manors in Norfolk and Northales, Cove and Bewflory to remain to Richard Fenys, esquire, and Joan his wife, one of their daughters, and heirs of body of Joan, … (S) Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: V3: 1916.
5/16/1452, Licence, for 7£. Paid … for Thomas Dacre, lord of Dacre, knight, and Philippa his wife to grant to William Marsshall, clerk … the manors of Irthyngton, … co. Cumberland, … with successive remainders to Thomas Dacre, knight, son of the said Thomas, to Thomas Dacre, son of John Dacre, knight, deceased, … (S) CPRs.
Bef. 1/5/1457, Thomas died before his father.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P252.
• They [the Ufford daughters] married, respectively, Richard and William Bowett, and as Ela died without issue the whole manor was in the hands of Sir William Bowett by 1412. The manor then passed into the Dacre family when Sir William Bowett's daughter, Elizabeth, married Sir Thomas Dacre. (S) UKNA.
Children of Thomas and Elizabeth: [3 daughters, only Joan had heirs.]
i. Joan Dacre (950713), born 1433 in England.
ii. Philippe Dacre, born ? in England.
Philippe married Sir Robert, s/o 1901424. Sir Roger Fiennes & 1901425. Elizabeth Holand.