1901544. Richard Vylers & 1901545. Elizabeth ?
~1350, Richard born in England, s/o 3803088. Sir John de Villers & 3803089. Joan Pakeman.
1376, Richard, “heir of kinsman Simon Pakeman” of Leicester [his mother Joan’s father]. (S) UKNA.
1391, Richard died; seized of the manor of Brokesby with the advowson of the church: Order to John Wodeford, escheator in the county of Leicester… land in Huckellescote, Whitewyk, Donyngton and Staunton, … came to the king's hands by the death of Simon Pakeman and by reason of the minority of Simon his son and heir, who lately died while a minor in the king's ward, …, and that Katharine, daughter of the said Simon the father, whom Robert Dyggeby has taken to wife, and John son of Richard Vylers the son of Joan sister of the said Katharine, are kinsfolk and next heirs of Simon the son, …. (S) Calendar of Fine Rolls.
Elizabeth married 2nd Richard de Assheby:
1394-95, Anketine Houby sued Richard de Assheby and Elizabeth, formerly wife of Richard Vylers, and John Grym, of Brokesby, and others, for forcibly abducting from Sutton, John, the son and heir of Richard Vylers, whose marriage belonged to him, his father having held the manor of Brokesby of him by the service of a knight's fee. (S) Pedigrees From The Plea Rolls, Wrottesley.
(S) The Peerage of England, Collins, 1812, P764.
• 4/28/1421, Revocation … committing to Antony Howby … land in Hochescote, … in the king’s hands by death of John son of Richard Vylers son of Joan sister of Katharine daughter of Simon Pakeman, tenant in chief, … (S) CPRs.
Child of Richard and Elizabeth:
i. John Villiers (950772), born 1380 in England.