5908576. Sir William de Dacre & 5908577. Joan Garnet
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3/12/1265, William born in Castle Naworth, Yorkshire, England, s/o 11817152. Ranulph de Dacre & 11817153. Geva ?.
~1265, Joan born in England, heir & d/o 11817154. Sir Benedict Gernet.
William married 1st to Anne Derwentwater.
8/19/1274 at Westminster abbey, Edward I crowned king of England.
~1282, William married Joan, gaining in her right Halton, Fishwick, and Eccleton, Lanc.
Bef. 9/2/1286, William’s father died.
1286, William obtained custody of his lands from the king.
1292, William and Joan defended various pleas of quo warranto brought by the king, the jury siding with the right of Joan to Fishwick.
1294 claimed 6 acres in Eccleston against William de Dacre. The land had been approved from the waste by Benedict Gernet and Warine de Walton, lords in common, and fell to the latter's share on a division. (S) Eccleston, A History of the County of Lancaster, V6, 1911.
1297, Joan “Dacre” held the manor of Bare. (S) A Hist. of the Co. of Lancaster, V8, 1914.
1297, William held Fishwick by knight’s service; rendering 7s. 8d. to the Earl of Lancaster.
11/14/1297, Appointment of William de Dacre and Ralph de Montjoye to Levin in the county of Lancaster 3000 footmen for service under Robert de Clyfford, captain of the march of Scotland in the county of Cumbeland against the Scots who have invaded the realm. (S) CPRs.
1300, William, lord Dacre, 1st summoned to parliament as a baron.
4/1/1300, … ordered … to cause all and singular of … knights, esquires or others having 40£ yearly of land … to provide themselves with horses and arms … be with the king at Carlisle at Midsummer next, ready to set out with him at his wages against the Scots … Lancaster, with William de Dacre. (S) Calendar of Close Rolls.
8/24/1307, Licence for William de Dacre to crenellate his dwelling-house of Dunmalloght, co. Cumberland, in the Marches of Scotland. (S) CPRs.
5/13/1309, Sir William de Dacre and Joanna his wife patrons of Prescot church, co. Westmorland.
7/22/1310, William, knight, witnessed a grant of Richard de Loughteburgh. (S) UKNA.
4/15/1303, William given letters of protection with the Earl of Lancaster to go on the expedition of King Edward I into Scotland. (S) Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland.
1303-4, William obtained a charter for free warrent of all his demesne lands at Dacre and Halton in Cumberland.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
8/24/1307, William had license to castellated his house at Dunmalloght. (S) Calendar of Patent Rolls.
1308, Sir William fought in the wars against Scotland.
1310, William, s/o Ranulph de Dacre, held a moiety of the manor of Overton.
1/20/1311, Between William de Dacre, and Joan, his wife, plaintiffs, and William, son of Thomas Buet, of Burgh, deforciant of the manors of Eccleston in Laylandshire, Halton, and Fysshewyke.
1311, Sir William fought in the wars against Scotland.
Bef. 1313, William de Dacre and Thomas de Multon agreed on a marriage arrangement of William’s son Randolph and Thomas’ daughter Margaret. (S) Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls, Timbs, 2008, P319.
10/16/1313, Pardon to William de Dacre, adherent of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, … whether on account of the capture, detention, or death of Peter de Gavaston, … (S) CPRs. [William’s sons Randolph and Edmund also pardoned.]
6/18/1314, William de Dacre, Hugh de Louther, and Thomas de Fissheburne appointed to a commission to enquire into felonies and trespasses and also touching the action of the sheriffs [Parl. Writs.] in the county of Lancaster. (S) CPRs.
3/4/1315, Appointment, during pleasure, of William de Dacre to the custody of the stewardship of the forest of Ingelwode. (S) CPRs.
1315, William, by IPM of Robert de Clifford, held a moiety of the manors of Overton and Waitby by homage and fealty, and 12s 6d cornage. (S) The History and Antiquities of the Counties of Westmorland and Cumberland, Nicolson, P487.
11/4/1315, William led forces against Sir Adam Bannister at Preston.
~1318, William de Dacre, Keeper of the march of Carlisle [Cumberland]: Alan de Stokedale requests a pardon for the death of Hollex by his charter as he resides with Dacre in the king's service in the March of Carlisle. (S) UKNA.
Sir William de Dacre was witness to a land grant by Thomas, … of Little Heysham, to the church of St. Mary, Lancaster. … noting that “half an acre of land lies in Stanistone, between the land of the said Prior and the land of Joan de Dacre [Johanne de Dacre], …”.
By 8/24/1318, Sir William died. (S) UKNA, IPM.
Joan [apparently] married 2nd William Bouwet.
Bef. 1/3/1325, Joan died; and by inquest taken at Lancaster, …, it was found that “Joan, who was the wife of William Dacre, held ut de perquisito facto to William de Dacre, now deceased, and the said Joan, and the heirs which the said William should beget of the body of the said Joan, by William, son of Thomas Bouwet of Boigh, by a certain fine levied in the Court of the King, the manors of Halton, Fishwick, and Eccleston in Leylandshire. Ranulf de Dacre, son of the said William and Joan, was next heir of the said Joan, and aged thirty years and more.
(S) A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages, Burke, 1831, P153. (S) Final Concords for Lancashire, Part 2: 1307-77, 1902.
Children of William and Joan:
i. Randolph de Dacre (30422816), born ~1290 in England
ii. Edmund de Dacre (2954288), born ~1292 in England.