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G22: 2955080

2955080. Baron John de Mowbray & 2955081. Joan of Lancaster

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11/29/1310 John born in Yorkshire, England, heir & s/o 5910160. John de Mowbray & 5910161. Aline de Brewes.

~1312, Joan born in England, d/o 5909946. Earl Henry Plantagenet & 5909947. Maud de Chaworth.

4/1/1319, John [the father] granted a license to enfeoff his son John and his heirs with the manor of Hovingham.

John, as a child, contracted to marry Maud, d/o 30422042. Lord Robert de Holand & 30422043. Maud la Zouche.

2/26/1322, John and his mother imprisoned in the Tower of London [Maud was also imprisoned]; John’s father being in the revolt against the Dispensers and the King. (S) CPRs.

3/23/1322, John’s father executed.

John and his mother put into the custody of Hugh le Despenser who took control of the family estates.

Bef. 2/28/1326, the marriage contract between John and Maud de Holand voided.

10/27/1326, Hugh le Despenser hanged in Bristol.

1/7/1327, Parliament deposed Edward II.

1/13/1327, The lords mentioned came to the Guildhall, and in the presence of the Mayor, Aldermen and a great Commonality to the oath to safeguard Isabella, Queen of England, and Edward, eldest son of the king of England and heir-apparent, in their cause against Hugh le Despenser the younger and Master Robert de Baldock, … Earls: … Barons: Roger de Mortuo Mari, … John de Moubray, … (S) CPR&Ms.

1/1327, with the ascension of King Edward III, John’s father’s attainder reversed and his lands restored.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

2/28/1327, John’s marriage granted to the new Earl of Lancaster. [His future father-in-law.] (S) CPRs.

3/26/1327, John held a market and fair at Thirsk, North Riding, Yorkshire.

12/10/1327, John 1st summoned to parliament.

3/1328, John married Joan.

1329, 1331, Sir Richard de Peshale made complaints against his step-son John about intrusions on his property. (S) CPRs.

8/24/1330, John, Lord Moubray, complained that a large number of men … had entered … Mowbray holdings in Yorkshire and had “hunted there without license, and carried away deer, hares, rabbits, partridges, and pheasants.” (S) CPRs. [Sir William de Plumpton and John would be at odds for over 20 years.]

4/13/1332, John de Moubray, son and heir of the bodies of John and Alina, had the market at Bramber, Sussex confirmed by King Edward III.

11/3/1332, John, of age at the death of his mother, had license to grant Maud de Holand 3 Northampton manors for life, she being free to marry. (S) CPRs.

2/12/1333, John named by his sister Christina to seek and receive her dower from the estate of her deceased husband Richard de Emeldon.

4/12/1333, John given respite for all debts to the king because he was going to serve in Scotland.

1333, John fought at the battle of Halidon Hill.

6/23/1335, John acknowledged owing Geoffrey le Scrope, knight, 200£.

3/20/1337, Pardon to John de Moubray, who is going to Scotland [with 2 ships] on the king’s service, of 300 marks … (S) CPRs.

1338, John ordered to take all his forces to defend the coast of Sussex.

7/5/1339, Licence for John de Moubray, knight, to enfeoff … (S) CPRs.

7/7/1338, Pardon, at the request of the king’s kinswoman, the wife of John de Moubray, [Joan] … (S) CPRs.

11/3/1339, John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, Richard, earl of Arundel, William de Clynton, earl of Huntingdon, John de Moubray and John de Hampton, … appointed … commissioners of array and of the peace … (S) CPRs.

1342, John and Joan given a papal indult of plenary remission.

1343, John summoned to parliament as “Dominus, Insulae de Axholme” [the 1st use of “Dominus”.] (S) The Parliament and Councils of England, Parry, 1839, P-XIX.

5/4/1345, John served with Henry de Percy on a commission of oyer and terminer about the murder of John Denton, Mayor of Newcastle.

10/17/1346, John a commander at the battle of Neville’s Cross, Durham against the invading Scots. King David II was captured and ransomed for 100,000 marks.

1347, John at the siege of Calais.

7/7/1349, Joan died; buried before the high altar at Byland.

8/6/1349, Licence, for a fine of 400£ made by John de Moubray, for him to grant for life to Blanche, his daughter, land and rent … manors of Neusum and Thresk, co. York, and to John, his son, and Elizabeth daughter of John de Seagrave the like in manor of Melton Moubray, co. Leicester, and Hovyngham, co. York … (S) CPRs.

1350, John at the naval victory over the Spanish at Winchelsea.

Bef. 5/4/1351, John married Elizabeth de Vere, widow of Hugh de Courtenay, d/o John de Vere & Maud de Badlesmere. [No children.]

4/2/1353, John on a commission of peace with Henry de Percy in Northumberland.

1354, John’s title to Gower attested in court by Thomas de Beaumont, Earl of Warwick.

1356, John witnessed the surrender by Balliol of his claim to the Scottish crown in favor of King Edward.

11/6/1360, John indebted to the king for 2,000 marks. (S) CPRs.

11/20/1360, John’s last summons to parliament.

6/26/1361, John and Sir William de Plumpton served together on a commission of oyer and terminer.

10/4/1361, John, 3rd Lord Mowbray, Baron of Axholme, Lincolnshire died of pestilence at York; buried at the church of Friars Minor, Bedford.

2/12/1362, “Debtor: Elizabeth, who was the wife of John Mowbray the elder. Creditor: The executors of Humphrey de Bohun, formerly Earl of Hereford and Essex. Amount: £800.” (S) UKNA.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P600. (S) Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516.

Children of John and Joan: [1 son, 2 daughters]

i. John de Mowbray (1477540), born 6/25/1340 in Yorkshire, England.

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