7605202. John de Cornwall & 7605203. Margery Trejage
~1315, John de Cornubia born in England, s/o 15210404. William de Cornwall & 15210405. Isolda ?.
4/25/1320, Licence for William de Cornubia to enfeoff Isabella de Bouleye of his manor of Branel, and for her to regrant it to the said William and John his son and the heirs of the said John. (S) CPRs. [Possibly a marriage settlement.]
~1325, Margery born in England, d/o 15210406. Sir John Treiagu of Fentongollan, co. Cornwall.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
1329, Isabella de Bouleye, living at Brannel, had licence for an oratory in her manor.
7/6/1332, Commission of oyer to John de Stonore, … on complaint by John de Trevaignon, king’s serjeant, and Joan his wife that John de Treiagy, … assembling a great mob attacked the manor … Guthfos Muer, co. Cornwall, … took the said Joan … imprisoned her … that John de Treiagu, John de Cornewaille and the rest … forced and entry, then, broke the doors of his houses … (S) CPRs.
By 1343, Margery’s father and her brother died.
1343, John, son of William de Cornwall, and Margery his wife giving the manor of Brannel and the advowson of the church (St. Stephen's) to Ralph de Treiagu and, after his death, to David Hendour and Isabella.
1345, John de Cornwall presented Sir William Robert to the vicarage.
1349, John de Cornwall presented Sir Reginald Trevelyan to the rectory of St. Stephen.
Bef. 1361, John died.
(S) Wadham College, Oxford, Jackson, 1893. (S) Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, 1907, P417.
Child of John and Margery:
i. Margery de Cornwall (3802601), born ~1350 in England.