30422360. Eudes la Zouche & 30422361. Joan Inge
1300, Eudes born in England, s/o 30421150. Lord William la Zouche & 30421151. Matilda Danet.
~1300, Joan born in England, heir & d/o 60844722. Sir William Inge & 60844723. Joan ?.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
Aft. 1309, On the marriage of Eudo and Joan, her father granted them the moiety of Stoke Mandeville [which he had acquired in 1309]. (S) The Victoria History of the County of Buckingham, 1969, P361.
Bef. 5/10/1322, Joan’s father William died.
1326, “Eudo la Zouch alias de la Zouche: Kent, Essex, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire” died; Joan claimed the moiety of Stoke Mandeville as her inheritance. (S) UKNA.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
1327, Joan married 2nd Sir William Moton of Peckleton, Leicester.
11/6/1327, Order not to intermeddle … in Lachyndon, … taken … by reason of the death of Eudo la Zouche, … he held … of the inheritance of Joan his wife by the service of 10s to the ward of Dover castle … the king has taken the fealty of William Moton, who has now married Joan, … (S) CCRs.
4/4/1328, William Moton and Joan his wife to grant land at Latchingdon to William la Zouch, clerk, for his life, retaining land in Oxfordshire. Essex. Oxford. (S) CPRs. [Eudo's younger brother.]
1328, William la Zouche served as a trustee for Willian and Joan Moton.
1346, William Moton held half a knight’s fee in Stoke Mandeville.
(S) Stoke Mandeville, A History of the County of Buckingham, V2, 1908. (S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P924.
· Eudo died in 1326, and Joan claimed the manor as part of her own inheritance. She afterwards married Sir William Moton, who held half a knight's fee in Stoke Mandeville in 1346. Another Sir William Moton, [probably] his grandson, died seised in 1393 of a manor in Stoke Mandeville called Oldbury manor, which may be identified with the moiety of Stoke Mandeville, leaving a son Robert as his heir, a minor at his father's death. Robert Moton obtained seisin of the manor, but it was claimed by William la Zouche of Totteneys, the grandson of Eudo la Zouche and Joan. William based his claim on the original grant by William Inge which was made to Eudo and Joan and the heirs of their bodies, so that her heir by Sir William Moton had no right in the manor. William la Zouche was apparently successful, as he held the manor of Stoke Mandeville in 1409.
Child of Eudes and Joan:
i. William la Zouche (15211180), born by 12/1321 in