39979342. Lord Geoffrey de Lucy
~1130, Sir Geoffrey born in Normandy, eldest s/o 79958684. Sir Richard de Lucy & 79958685. Rohese of Boulogne.
12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.
1159, Galfrid de Lucy held 1 knights’ fee of William fitz Robert of the old feoffment. (S) Western Antiquary, V5, 1886, P143.
1169, Geoffrey was with King Henry at Argentan in Normandy.
9/1169, Geoffrey was a member of the 12-member Curia Regis at Westminster in a feoffment suit.
12/25/1174, Geoffrey de Lucy attended King Henry’s Christmas court at Argentan.
2/1178, at Bur le Roy near Bayeux, Geoffrey de Lucy attested a royal charter to the abbey of Longues.
7/14/1179, Geoffrey’s father died; his 2nd son Herbert, a minor, succeeding. [Possibly because Geoffrey had been a supporter of King Stephen with his father. Geoffrey’s father witnessed 135 charters of King Stephen.]
12/1179, Geoffrey de Luci attested a charter to Haughmond abbey at King Henry’s Christmas court at Nottingham. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V6, Eyton, 1858, P245.
By 1181, Geoffrey died.
(S) Transactions of Essex, 1900, P147ff. (S) Court, Household, and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878.
Children of Godfrey and ?:
i. Maud de Lucy (121698393), born ~1155 in England.
ii. Herbert de Luci of Ongar, born ~1166 in England.
1181, Herbert in the wardship of his uncle Godfrey de Luci.
1885, Herbert living.
Bef. 1194, Herbert’s lands in Normandy seized by the crown.
By 1194, Herbert died without issue; his sisters his heirs Maud and Rose.
iii. Rohesia de Lucy, (19989671), born ~1170 in England.