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Saturday, August 13, 2011

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15210498. Simon de Brockbury & 15210499. Joan de la Mare

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By 1325, Simon born in England, s/o §William de Brocbury.

~1330, Joan born in England, d/o 30420998. Reginald de la Mare & 30420999. Margery ?.

1346, Simon de Brokbury assessed a fifth part of a fee in Brokbury of William de Brokbury.

1348, Simon de Brockbury, for 40 marks, conveyed 160 acres to James de Brockbury.

3/5/1362, Simon in Ireland where he served as constable of Newcastle Mckinegan.

3/18/1363, Simon removed as constable.

9/10/1364, Simon traveled to Ireland in the king’s service with the duke of Clarence.

Simon received a pardon from the duke of Clarence in Ireland.

Simon returned to England.

3/25/1366, Simon de Brockbury presented Robert de la Mare as subdeacon to the church at Brockbury.

7/13/1377, Richard II, age 10, crowned king of England.

Aft. 1388, Joan heiress of her nephew Sir Peter de la Mare, s/o her brother Reginald. [In 1376, Peter was Speaker of the House of Commons.] (S) Who’s Who in British History, V1, 1998, P334.

1392, Simon de Brockburn [Brox-bourne] of Brobury, co. Hertford died. (S) History of Maunsell, Maunsell, 1903.

9/6/1400, Joan heiress to her cousin Maculine de la Mare by the death of his wife Alice, as well as their previously designated heirs Peter and Thomas.

Bef. 8/22/1402, Joan died. [Her grandson Roger de Seymour in a suit over the lands of 1400.]

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P553. (S) The Great Governing Families of England, V2, P247. (S) Notes and Queries, V10, 1896, P396. (S) The Seymour Family of Hatch, Somerset, and De La Mare Family of Little Hereford, Reed, 2010.

Family notes:

·         1316, William de Brocbury, lord of Brocbury, owed 50 marks to William de Staunden.

·         William de Brocbury, s/o Simon de Brocbury, sheriff of Hereford in 1277.

Children of Simon and Joan:

i. Matilda de la Mar, born ? in England.

Maud married Sir Ralph de Seymour.

Maud married Sir John de Meriet.

Maud married Sir Hugh de Cheney.

1407, Matilda, widow of Hugh, and her nephew Roger de Seymour, brought suit against James de la Mare over Yatton.

ii. Margaret Brobury (7605248), born ~1355 in England.

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