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Monday, October 12, 2020

Lord John Dayvill & Margaret ?

 527658. Lord John Dayvill & 527659. Margaret ?

1275, John de Eyvill, born in Yorkshire, England, s/o 1055316. John Deyvill & 1055317. Maud ?.

By 10/1291, John’s father died.

~1295, Margareta born in England.

7/21/1295, John D’Eiville a minor.

By 10/1296, John’s mother died.

5/1297, Johanni de Eyvill summoned 1st for military service.

1/27/1301, John de Eyvill acknowledges that he owes to Peter de Brewosa 14 marks; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. York and Lincoln. (S) CCRs.

[––John & Agnes––]

John 1st married Agnes ?

12/1/1304, Order to Robert de Clifford, justice of the forest on this side Trent to deliver John Deyvill from the prison of Notingham wherein he is detained for a trespass which he is said to have done in the said forest, if he find mainpernors to mainprise to have him before the king at Lincoln on Christmas next to do and receive what the king shall then by his council ordain. (S) CFRs.

3/12/1305, Pardon to John Deyvill, for a fine of £100 made by him before the king and council, of all trespasses of venison in the king's forests beyond Trent. (S) CFRs.

By 1307, John had leased Thornton manor to Isabel de Vesci for her life.

7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.

1316-17, Grant of life of Lands in Skegby: John de Eyvill, Lord of Egmanton, to John Rypers of Skegby and Lucy his wife. (S) UKNA. [John held Skegby of Matilda de Nevill (mother of Thomas F. Gilbert) for £10 per annum.]

[––John & Margaret––]

~1316, John married Margaret.

12/4/1318 at Sizergh castle, Grant for life by John de Eyvill, lord of Thornton on Swale, to Edlina de Ufford, of 6a. of meadon … paying yearly a root of ginger on Christmas day. (S) Yorkshire Deeds, V1, Brown, 2013, P213

5/22/1319, Johanni de Eyvill de Athelyngflet summoned for military service.

9/1319, John sold the manors of Kilburn and Castelhod, which Isabel de Vescy held for life, to the Earl of Lancaster for 200 marks. “Thomas, Earl of Lancastre, quer., John de Eyvill of Athelyngflet, def.” (S) Feet of Fines, York, Baildon, 1910, P58.

8/7/1320, To … on complaint by John de Moubray that when he for customs and service due to him attempted by John de Boyville his servant to impound at Egmanton, co. Nottingham, the cattle of John Deyville of Athelyngflete [held by his father in 1275], the said John Deyville and others rescued the cattle and assaulted the said John de Boyville and other men of the said John de Moubray. (S) CPRs.

10/20/1320, Hugh le Despenser convinced the King to dispossess John de Moubray of certain baronies because he had obtained them without license [which was not required]. This led to a confederation of the Lords Marcher, headed by the Earl of Hereford, the Mortimers, and John de Moubray against the Despensers.

2/9/1321 at Sizergh castle, Deed of gift from John de Eyvill, lord of Egmanton, son of Sir John de Eyvill of Egmanton, to Alexander de Ledes and Elizabeth, daughter of the said John, of all his good and chattels in his manor and vill of Thornton on Swale. (S) Yorkshire Deeds, V1, Brown, 2013, P213.

4/1322, John sold the manor of Thornton to John d’Ellerker for £100. (S) Feet of Fines, York, Baildon, 1910, P37.

1322, John involved in the ‘Despenser War’. “John de Deyvyll states that he was of the company of John de Moubray, and taken in his castle of Oystermouth in war.” [3/23/1322, John de Moubray was hanged.]

1322-23, John, imprisoned in the Tower of London.

1322-23, John knighted.

3/2/1323, John de Eyvill of Athelyngflete, knight, acknowledges that he owes to John de Ellerker, the elder, £40; be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. York. (S) CCRs.

6/27/1324, John de Deyvyll and others prisoners summoned before justices.

12/26/1324, John released when gave the wife of Hugh le Despenser £20 of rent in Melton Mowbraw and Crick, which he had for term of life of the gift of John de Moubray.

1324-25, A fine between John de Eyvill, and Margaret his wife, and Joane their daughter, querents, and Hugh de Scalton, deforc. was settled on the said John and Margaret, and Joane, and the heirs of Margaret. "Margareta uxor John Dayvill de Egmonton.” (S) Feet of Fines, Case 184, File 24, No. 225.

1326, John died.


By 9/29/1326, Margareta married 2nd Adam de Everingham (d.1341), lord of Laxton, Nottingham.

1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.

1330, Adam de Everingham, lord of Laxton, who claimed divers liberties in Egmanton in right of Margaret.

1336, Margaret died, buried with Adam in Laxton, Nottingham.

(S) Thoroton’s Hist. of Nottinghamshire, V3, 1796. (S) UKNA, SC 8/43/2107. (S) Complete Peerage, V4, 1916, P130.

Family notes:

·         11/18/1387, To escheator in Yorkshire. … in right of Christiana wife of Roger de Thwayt deceased, who was outlawed for felony, delivering to John de Multon knight, Agnes who was wife of John de Blyton knight, Joan wife of John de Croft, Thomas de Kydale knight and Thomas de Egmanton any issues thereof taken since the said Roger's death; as the king has learned by inquisition, taken by the escheator, that by reason of his felony the premises came to the late king's hand and are yet in his hand, that John de Multon being son of Mabel de Multon her sister, the said Agnes and Joan being daughters of Margaret Deyville another sister, Thomas de Kydale being son of Elizabeth another daughter of the said Margaret, and Thomas de Egmonton son of Katherine another daughter are cousins and heirs of the said Christiana and of full age. (S) CCRs.

Children of John and Agnes:

i. Robert Dayville, born ~1303 in Yorkshire, England.

Bef. 5/1321, Robert married to Margaret, d/o Laurence de Holebeche of Lincoln.

9/23/1324, Robert, for a fine of £10, allowed to delay knighthood.

9/1331, John de Ellerker [see 1322], quer., Robert son and heir of John de Eyvill, def., … (S) Feet of Fines, York, Baildon, 1910, P37.

8/7/1335, Roberto Deyvill summoned by writ to the appear before the king’s council.

4/1337, Robert living.

Child: John, heir, died aft. 11/13/1351. His son: Robert Deiville, died 2/9/1369 without heirs. His heirs were his sisters Agnes de Bliton, Joan de Croft, and Katherine, wife of Thomas de Egmanton; and his nephew Thomas de Kidale.

Children of John and Margareta:

i. Joan Dayville, born ~1317 in Yorkshire, England.

Aft. 1341, Joan 1st married to Adam de Everingham (b.1312), s/o her stepfather.

1354, Adam de Everyngham of Laxton, knight, to settle the manor of Kirkburn on himself and Joan his wife, with remainder to William their son, Alice his wife. (S) UKNA.

Joan married 2nd John de Croft.

2/9/1369, Joan an heiress to her grand nephew Robert Deiville.

ii. Elizabeth Deiville, born ? in Yorkshire, England.

1321, Elizabeth married to Alexander de Ledes.                     

Elizabeth married Thomas de Kydale.

Bef. 2/9/1369, Elizabeth died.

Son: Thomas de Kydale.

iii. Katherine De Eyville, born ? in Yorkshire, England.

Katherine married Thomas de Egmanton.

2/9/1369, Katherine an heiress to her grand nephew Robert Deiville.

Son: Thomas de Egmonton.

iv. Agnes Deyville (263829), born 1326 in Yorkshire, England.

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