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Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Admiral Philip Darcy & Elizabeth Grey

 3802514. Admiral Philip Darcy & 3802515. Elizabeth Grey

5/6/1352, Philip born in Northumberland, England, s/o 7605028. John Darcy & 7605029. Elizabeth de Meynell.

3/5/1356, Philip’s father died, his half-brother John the heir.

~1365, Elizabeth born in Northumberland, England, 2nd d/o 7605030. Sir Thomas Grey & 7605031. Margaret de Presfen.

7/2/1368, Philip heir to his mother.

7/28/1368, Writ for IPM of Elizabeth late the wife of Peter de Malo Lacu, ' le sisme'. Northumberland: Belford. A moiety of the town … Philip her son, aged 15 years and more, is her heir. York: … [many properties and tenants] … Sum total, £353 2s. 3 1/2d. (S) CIsPM.

12/12/1373 at Stokeslay, York, Proof of age of Philip brother and heir of John [died young] son and heir of John Darcy of Knaith. Writ to the escheator to take proof of the age of the said Philip, who is also son and heir of Elizabeth late the wife of Peter de Maulay, formerly the wife of the said John Darcy. … Richard Menell, aged 41 years, says that Philip was born at York in the house of the Friars Preachers, and was baptized in the font of the church of St. Nicholas, which stands in the churchyard of the Holy Trinity there, on Monday after Ascension day, 26 Edward III, and was 21 years of age on Monday after Ascension day last. … he was then a clerk in the house of the said John and Elizabeth … (S) CIsPM.

7/13/1375, Writing of Edmund Laurence, being a letter of attorney appointing Nicholas de la Stable and William de Lughteburgh to deliver to Sir Philip Darcy lord of Knayth seisin of the manors of Baligary, Louthe and Castelryng for a term of 60 years. (S) CCRs.

4/1377, IPM of Mary de Sancto Paulo, Countess of Pembroke. Lincoln: … The king granted the reversion of the manor of Torkeseye after the death of the Countess of Pembroke to John Darcy, ‘le cosyn,’ steward of the king’s household, and the heirs male of his body … The countess attorned to the said John Darcy … Philip Darcy, knight, of full age, is next heir of the said John Darcy, ‘le cosyn,’ to wit, son of John Darcy his son. (S) CIsPM.

5/9/1377, Pursuant to a charter whereby the king granted to John Darcy 'le cosyn,' then steward of the household, now deceased, and the heirs male of his body, the reversion of the manors of Temple Neusom and Templehyrst, co. York, … the countess by pretext of the said grant attorned to John in respect of the reversion and is now dead, and that Philip Darcy (3802514), knight, son of John Darcy (7605028) the son of the said John Darcy (15210056) 'le cousyn,' is kinsman and next heir of the latter, and of full age. (S) CFRs.

6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, son of the Black Prince, succeeded Edward III as King of England.

1377-79, Courts of Philip Darcy, knt., Lord of Knaith. Places: Temple Newsam. (S) UKNA.

8/29/1378, To Philip Darcy knight, …, Ralph Paynel knight and John Boys, appointed justices to make inquisition by true men of Lincolnshire concerning alleged trespasses committed … (S) CCRs.

3/1/1380, Philip Darcy states that the Prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England has sued … against him, concerning the manors of Temple Hirst and Temple Newsam, … to which Philip claimed that Edward III granted the manors to Mary de St Pol for term of life, with reversion to John Darcy, knight, and the heirs male of his body, … and Philip is the son of John Darcy's son John. … Philip produced a charter from Thomas le Archier, formerly Prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England, granting these manors, together with the manors of Denney, Strood and Faxfleet, to Edward II and his heirs. (S) UKNA.

7/19/1380, Thomas (3802866), earl of Buckingham, named the king’s Lt. in France, landed at Calais with 5000 men, about half archers, from where he advanced on Burgundy and cut a path through northern France in minor skirmishes. Thomas besieged Nantes, but failed to take the town. (S) Chronicles of England, France, Spain … Froissart, P263. [Philip in this expedition, see 1385.]

3/1381, Thomas and his army returned to England.

5/3/1383, Feoffment between Robert de Barneby, of the one part, and Sir Philip Darcy, of the other part; of his chief messuage in Burghtwalas, Sutton and Skellall. (S) UKNA.

6/16/1383, Order, so long as Philip Darcy shall stand on the king's service over sea, not to compel him to abide in person in Ireland or to send men thither. (S) CCRs.

1385, Philip Darcy requests permission to go to Ireland to defend his lands. When he was on the King's service in France in the company of the earl of Buckingham he was given a patent for possession of his lands on payment of a reasonable aid, but Courtenay claimed that he had a prior patent granting him all the revenues of Ireland for the wars there and would not forgo the profits of Darcy's lands without receiving compensation. (S) UKNA.

[––Philip & Elizabeth––]

~1385, Philip married Elizabeth.

3/12/1386, To Philip Darcy the king's admiral from the mouth of the Thames northward and his lieutenants … (S) CCRs.

12/20/1385, Philip Darcy knight to Queen Anne. Recognisance for £4,000, to be levied etc. in Lincolnshire. (S) CCRs.

10/17/1386, Ships called 'la Seinte Marie et Seint Johan,' and 'la Seinte Marie et Seint Johan,' lately taken at sea by Philip Darcy, knight, and Thomas Tryvet the king's admirals. (S) UKNA.

3/20/1387, Order to deliver to Philip Darcy knight the goods and chattels in iron and oil which lately while admiral he took at sea from certain enemies of the king. (S) CCRs.

2/16/1389, Philip Darcy a justice of the peace in Lincolnshire. (S) CCRs.

1390-1399, Courts of Philip Darcy, knt. Yorkshire: Aislaby (Asilby); Whitby, etc. mentioned. (S) UKNA.

1391-92, Parties to Indenture: Indentures between Thomas (3802866), duke of Gloucester, and the following, retained to serve him in Ireland. Philip Darcy, lord of Meinell. (S) UKNA.

1395, Fines and amercements before Philip Darcy and others, justices of sewers (Lincoln). (S) UKNA.

1/9/1398, Grant by John Dogude of Stretton-in-le-Clay, and Cicely his wife, to Sir Philip Darcy, lord Darcy and Menyll, and John Darcy, his son, of all their lands and tenements &c. in Stretton-in-le-Clay or elsewhere in the same county : Notts. (S) UKNA.

4/24/1399, Philip died, buried in Henes Priory, co. Lincoln.

4/28/1399, IPM of Philip Darcy, knight. Derby: Ekynton. The manor, with the advowsons of the churches of Ekynton and Beghton … He died on 24 April last. John Darcy, aged 22 years and more, is his son and heir. Nottingham: Kyrkeby. The manor, with the advowson of the church … Calais: … Two tenements in the street leading from the market-place to the castle … He died on Thursday before SS Philip and James last. Northumberland: Haddeston. The manor … York: … manors of Templehirste and Templenewsom by gift of Edward III to John Darcy, knight, grandfather of the said Philip … [other manors: Yarum, Asilby, Aldewerk, Notton] … Lincoln: [multiple manors] … (S) CIsPM.

[––Elizabeth––]

6/13/1399, Order to take of Elizabeth who was wife of Philip Darcy knight an oath etc., and in presence of John son and heir of the said Philip to assign her dower. (S) CCRs.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England. [Richard II died a prisoner in the Tower.]

1399-1400, Elizabeth, wife of Philip Darcy, claimed against Thomas Darcy divers lands in Bekingham and Walkingham. (S) Hist. of Buckingham, V3, 1796, Beckingham.

12/12/1411, IPM of John Darcy. Northumberland: … 2 parts of a great waste called the forest of Cheviot with the reversion of the third part held by Elizabeth, his father’s widow … He died on 9 Dec. last. Philip his son and heir is aged 14 years and more. Calais: … (S) CIsPM.

8/11/1412, Elizabeth died.

[––Post Mortem––]

8/19/1412, Order to the escheator in the counties of Lincoln ; Derby ; York ; and Northumberland to take into the king's hand and keep safety until further order all the lands in her bailiwick whereof Elizabeth late the wife of Philip late lord de Darcy, who held of the king in chief, was seised in her demesne as of fee on the day of her death ; and to make inquisition. (S) CFRs.

11/14/1412, Order to the escheator in the county of Hertford to take into the king's hand and keep safety until further order all the lands in her bailiwick whereof Elizabeth late the wife of Philip late lord de Darcy, who held of the king in chief, was seised in her demesne as of fee on the day of her death ; and to make inquisition. (S) CFRs.

Children of Philip and ?.

i. John Darcy, born 1376 in Northumberland, England.

1402-03, Petition. John Darcy, knight, … asks the commons to ask the king that a long-running dispute between his family and the Order of St John of Jerusalem in England, concerning the manors of Temple Hirst and Temple Newsam … John Darcy 'le Cosyn', grandfather of petitioner … (S) UKNA.

10/4/1411, John Lord Darcy and Meinill granted all his lands, tenements, rents and services in Hadston, Belford, Easington, Lowick and Wooler for 4 years … (S) IPM of John.

12/9/1411, John died.

12/12/1411, IPM of John Darcy. Northumberland: … 2 parts of a great waste called the forest of Cheviot with the reversion of the third part held by Elizabeth, his father’s widow … He died on 9 Dec. last. Philip his son and heir is aged 14 years and more. Calais: … (S) CIsPM.

Sons: Philip (b.1398) and John.

[––Post Mortem––]

3/8/1428, To the escheator in Yorkshire. Order to give John Darcy, brother and heir of Philip Darcy knight [had 2 daughters] son and heir of John lord Darcy, seisin of all lands held by his father in fee tail, to him and the heirs male of his body, which came to the late king's hand by his death and by reason of the nonage [had not been given livery of his lands] of the said Philip and John the son, the said Philip having died within age in ward of the late king; as John the son has proved his age before the escheator.

ii. Philip Darcy, born ? in England.

Child of Philip and Elizabeth.

iii. Joan Darcy (1901257), born ~1390, in Northumberland, England.


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