~1325, Otho Bodrugan born in Cornwall, England, 2nd s/o 15211160. Sir Otes Brodugan & 15211161. Margaret Skewyek.
1331, Otho’s father died.
Aft. 1349, Otho’s mother Margaret died.
Aft. 1351, Otho the male heir to his older brother William.
1372, Otho Bodrugan granted licence for a chapel at Bodrugan. (S) Gatehouse Gaz. and Bib. of Medieval Castles.
10/1372, Indenture being a feoffment by Oto de Bodrugan, lord of Trelouthas … Witnesses:—Reginald Tretherf, … [Cornwall] (S) Ancient Deeds, V4, 1902, A.10101.
1383, Oto de Bodrugan, granted Kylquyt to Sir Richard Sergeaux, married to Oto’s niece Elizabeth, d/o William Bodrugan.
9/1/1389, Otho died.
(S) Parochial and Family Hist. of the Deanery of Trigg Minor, V1, 1873, P499.
6/1/1419, He held the manors of Tremodrett, Trevillian and Trefreock in fee tail. Herbert Skewyek held them … and gave them to Otes de Bodrugan, knight, and the heirs make of his wife Margaret, with remainder if he died without such heirs to his heirs male and his right heirs. He had issue, by Margaret, William an Otes. William entered and died without issue. They descended to Otes as brother and heir. He had issue Joan, now the wife of Robert Halle senior, and died without heirs male. Joan is the daughter and heir of Otes named in the writ, being Kinswoman of Otes de Bodrugan, knight, daughter of Otes son of Otes, knight. Tremodrett manor … annual £7, Trevillian … annual value £5, … He died on 1 Sept. 1389. Joan was then aged 30 years and more. … (S) CIsPM, C 138/40, no.53.
· 10/10/1426, Order to the escheator in the county of Cornwall … William Swynborne on the day of his death … Otes Bodrugan, father of Joan the wife of Robert Hull the elder, whose heir she is, and … gave and granted the manors of Tremodret and Trevelen, co. Cornwall, to Richard Sergeaux, knight, and Philippa his wife … (S) CFRs.
Child of Otes and ?:
i. Joan Bodrugan (3802791), born ~1358 in England.
4/22/1428, Writ of diem clausit extremum after the death of Joan late the wife of Robert Hulle, daughter and heir of Otes Bodrugan in Cornwall. (S) CFRs.