~1250, John born in England, s/o 11820580. John de Lucy. [The timeline makes it highly probable there is a missing generation. Since there is little documentation of this line, that also makes it more probable. Otherwise there is a 20-year break in records, 1272-1292, and John has to live and be very active to about age 85.]
Aft. 1260, John’s father died.
By 1272, Alice de Lucy granted her [grand]son John de Lucy the manor of Wythop, half the manor of Whinfield, an 8th part of Broughton, rent in Aspatria, and land in Caldbeck, with remainder to herself and her heirs. (S) See son John, 6/10/1307.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]
1292, Cumberland eyre, goal delivery … John de Lucy on a commission of inquire … (S) Parliament Rolls, 2005.
5/4/1298, Confirmation … Sir Thomas de Ireby … Witnesses: Sir Thomas de Lucy, Sir Thomas de Derwentwater, Sir John de Lucy, … at Embelton. (S) UKNA.
1301-2, John de Lucy … Seint Johan and Lucy request that they be rented the soil as they hold the wood and the covert in their holding of the wood of Allerdale and a great part of the wood of Inglewood with all that pertains to the manor of Cockermouth.
1301, List of taxors and sums paid. Cumberland–John de Lucy and Thomas de Derewentwatre deceased, by Nicholas de Insula, one of the executors of the said Thomas, Ralph Deyncourt and Robert de Tymperon, £831 2s. 4¼d. (S) Yorkshire Lay Subsidy 30 Ed I, 1897.
10/24/1301, Appointment … to assess the 15th … John de Lucy, } Cumberland. (S) CPRs.
2/9/1302, Writ of aid … to collect the 15th … John de Lucy, } Cumberland. (S) CPRs.
1302-03, John de Lucy sheriff of Cumberland and Westmoreland.
1303, John de Lucy knight of the shire for Cumberland.
6/1303, John de Lucy served in the campaign against the Scots. (S) The Lords and Lordships of the English West Marsh, Hall, 1986, Durham E-Thesis.
8/13/1304, Indenture attesting that John de Lucy sheriff of Cumberland has received from Robert de Appelby, valet of the sheriff of Westmoreland, … for safe ward in Carlisle castle. (S) Cal. of Doc’s Relating to Scotland, 1884, P407.
4/9/1305, IPM of Thomas de Lucy. Cumberland: … £10 land held by John de Lucy, a free tenant, in Wythopp and Qwinfell by homage and service of 2d. yearly … (S) CIsPM.
7/22/1306, Appointment … to assess the 15th … John de Lucy, } Cumberland. (S) CPRs.
1/20/1307, John de Lucy and Walter de Bampton, assessors and collectors of the 13th and 20th in Cumberland. (S) UKNA.
6/10/1307, John de Lucy to have the manor of Wythop, half the manor of Whinfield, an 8th part of Broughton, rent in Aspatria, and land in Caldbeck, all of which Alice de Lucy, now deceased, granted temp. Henry III. to the said John and the heirs of his body, with remainder to herself and her heirs. [Cumberland] (S) Lists and Indexes, Great Britain PRO, V17, 1904, P94. (S) CPRs.
2/25/1308, Edward II crowned king of England.
1315, John died; Wythop passing to Hugh de Lowther, husband of his daughter; with reserve of dower rights to Christian.
1316, Christian, wife of John de Lucy, impleaded Hugh (2955144), son of Hugh de Lowthers, for dower in Lowther.
(S) The Great Governing Families of England, Sanford, 1865, P55. (S) Transactions of the Ciumberland & Westmorland, V12, 1893, P253.
Child of John and Christian:
i. Margaret de Lucy (2955145), born ~1290 in England.