~1300, John Engaine born in Cambridgeshire, England, s/o 1055320. Richard Engaine & 1055321. Parnel Peverel.
~1310, Joan born in England.
Aft. 1310, John’s father, lord of Stow, died.
Aft 1316, John’s mother died.
1322, John Engaine holding the manors of Stowe, Cambridge, and Engaynes, Huntingdon [both previously held by his father, and his mother in dower.]
2/12/1326, Order to escheator … Robert son of Walter, complainant, and John Engayne and Joan his wife, deforciants, of the manor of Teydene Gemon, … [issue with who holds the manor], … take the manor into the king's hand and keep the same safely until further order. (S) CFRs.
1/24/1327, Edward III, age 14, succeeded Edward II as King of England.
1328, John Engayne v. Simon Malory and Margaret (cousin of Parnel) his wife in Taversham. (S) Pedes Finium, Cambridge, 1888, P95. [John obtained a release of reversion of Taversham manor from the dower of Agnes, widow of Ralph Peverel, father of Thomas Peverel, father of Margaret.]
1329, John d’Engaine, lord of Stow, granted the manor to Nicholas Southmere for rent. (S) Hist. of Quy.
3/26/1335, John Criel has quitclaimed to John de Segrave the manor of Croxton Criel (Leics.), and the advowson of Croxton Abbey. Witnesses: Sir John Curzoun, Sir Thomas de Berkele, Sir John de Folevill, Sir Philip de Folevill, knights, John Dengayne of Teversham, … (S) UKNA.
10/28/1337, John Dengayne appointed in the room of Robert Busteler (who was gone to Scotland) to collect the 15th and 10th levies in Cambridge. (S) CFRs.
1338, John Dengaine of Teversham represented Cambridgeshire in parliament.
1341, John Engaine presented to the church at Engaynes.
1342, John Dengayne of Teversham and Joan his wife v. William de Wynepol and Margaret his wife in Wilburgham. (S) Pedes Finium, Cambridge, 1888, P105.
12/20/1342, John Dengayn of Teversham acknowledges that he owes to John de Mockyng, fishmonger of London, £100. (S) CCRs.
12/21/1342 at London. Enrolment of grant by John Waleweyn, knight, to John Dengayne of Teversham and John son of Robert de Granteset, of all his manor of Long Stanton, co. Cambridge. (S) CCRs.
10/1/1344, Commission to … John Dengayne, of Teversham, to levy the 15th and 10th in Cambridge. (S) CFRs.
8/2/1345, Commission to … John Dengayn of Teveresham … to levy the 15th and 10th in Cambridge. (S) CFRs.
11/4/1345, Appointment of John de Engayne of Teversham, as escheator in the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon; and as Sheriff of the same counties, and of the castle of Cambridge. (S) CFRs.
11/5/1346, Appointment of John de Engayne of Teversham, as Sheriff of the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon, and of the castle of Cambridge. (S) CFRs.
3/8/1347, Commission to collect for the king 20,000 sacks of wool from earls, barons, … John de Papworth, knight, John Dengayne and John Briggham; 542.5 sacks in Cambridge. (S) CFRs.
4/18/1347, John Dengayne of Teversham, escheator in the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon. (S) CFRs.
1348, Commission to John Engayne of Teversham and William de la Hay in Cambridge to go from town to town to and summon before them leaders to ensure the collection of the last levy granted in parliament. (S) CFRs. [John’s son married William’s daughter.]
6/1349, The Plague reached Dorset, and had spread across England by the end of 1349.
1349, John Engaine presented to the church at Engaynes.
7/16/1349, Commission to John Engayne of Teversham and William de la Hay to levy the 15th and 10th in Cambridge. (S) CFRs.
9/26/1349, Thomas de Scalariis and William Warde are appointed with John de Engayne, in the room of William de la Hay, as collectors of the money from the levy. (S) CFRs.
1350, William Dengaigne of Taversham and Alice his wife and John Dengaigne of Teversham v. William de Notton & others of the manors of Stowe & Quye. (S) Pedes Finium, Cambridge, 1888, P112. [William possibly the 2nd son of John.]
6/5/1350, Indults to the underwritten persons to choose confessors, who shall give them, being penitent, plenary remission at the hour of death: John Dengayne of Teversham, donsel, of the diocese of Ely. (S) Cal. of Papal Reg’s, V3, 1897, 203.
7/20/1350, William Muchet, John Dengnyne of Teversham and John de Ellesworth to collect the 15th and 10th in the county of Cambridge. (S) CFRs.
1/2/1351, John Dengayne of Teversham, … to purvey 400 quarters of wheat, [peas, barley, carcases of beeves, carcases of bacon pigs] in the county of Cambridge, and take them to the port of Lenn. (S) CFRs. [To be sent to Calais which was expecting a siege by the French.]
1352, John d’Engaine released the manor of Stowe to William d’Engaine. (S) Hist. of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, V10, 2002, Stow cum Quy. [See 1350.]
6/25/1355, … Thomas de Grey of Cavendissh', knight, John Dengayne of Teveresham, …, querents, and John de Insula of Rubeo Monte, deforciant. The manors of Coldham and Fenditton' in Cambridge and the manors of Niddyng' and Fynebergh' in the county of Suffolk. … John Dengayne … have given him 300 marks of silver. (S) Feet of Fines, Cambridge and Suffolk.
1357, John Dengayne de Teversham represented Cambridge in 1st parliament with John Cheyne de Stanton. (S) Notitia Parliamentaria, Willis, 1730, P167.
1358, John Dengayne de Teversham represented Cambridge in parliament with Thomas de Shardelowe. (S) Notitia Parliamentaria, Willis, 1730, P167.
8/1363, John d’Engayne of Quy Cum Stow and Teversham, Cambridge, died.
9/18/1363, Order to the escheator to take into the king’s hands the lands held on the day of his death of John Dengayn of Teversham, Cambridgeshire. (S) CFRs.
(S) Hist. of Parliament, Roskell, 1993. (S) Hist. of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, V9, 1989, Papworth Everard. (S) Hist. of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, V10, 2002, Teversham & Stow cum Quy. (S) Hist. of Huntingdon, V2, 1932, Waresley.
Children of John and ?:
i. John de Engaine (263830), born ~1330 in Cambridgeshire, England.
ii. Katherine de Engaine, born ? in England.
1362, Katherine married John Burgh, knt., of Burrough Green.
10/26/1390, Revocation … committing to Katherine lady Dengayne, … lands lately of Robert Bealknap’s … (S) CPRs.
1395, Wm. Castellacre, knt., … to Wm. Blyton of Lincoln, …; the manor of Longestanton called Waleweyns in co. Camb. for 11 years; remainder to Wm. s. of John Dengayne, knt., & the heirs of Wm.'s body; remainder, as of one moiety, to Mary (131915–d/o John de Engaine the son) now wife of the said Wm. Blyton of Lincoln & the heirs of her body; …; remainder to Katherine late the wife of John Burgh, knt., & the heirs of her body; remainder to the right heirs of John Dengayne of Taversam. (S) Lancs Record Office: DDTO K 22/12.