~1270, Richard de Engayne born in Cambridgeshire, England.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]
~1280, Parnel born in Cambridgeshire, England.
1301, Richard holding Engeynes manor.
~1302, Richard the teneant of Stow manor.
1303, Richard holding Engeynes manor.
7/7/1307, Edward II succeeded Edward I as King of England.
Aft. 1310, Richard of Stow, Cambridgeshire, died.
1316, Parnel held Stow and Engeynes manors in dower.
1328, John Engayne (Parnel’s son) 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, Parnel granted Stow manor for life to Nicholas Southmere for rent.
(S) Hist. of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, V10, 2002, Stow cum Quy. (S) Hist. of Huntingdon, V2, 1932, Waresley.
· Richard engaine of Great Staunton, Huntingdon, gave the manor of Engeynes to Robert Engaine.
· 1199, Robert holding Engeynes manor.
· 1207, Robert de Engaine (fl. 1199-1210) and his mother Avice held Stow.
· 1223, Robert succeede by his son William.
· ~1235, William held half a knight’s fee in Stow of the abbey.
· 1239 & 1243, William holding Engeyenes manor.
· By 1249, William succeeded by son Robert.
· 1249, Robert presented to the church at Engeynes.
· 1261, Agnes, widow of Robert, claimed dower in Stow manor.
· 1269, Robert’s son William under age.
· 1271, William’s wardship in dispute between Ida de Beauchamp, late the wife of Ralph de Somery, and Henry Engaine.
· 1272, William holding Engeynes manor.
· 1279 & 1284, William held Stow manor and 120a.
· 1291, William holding Engeynes manor.
· 1293, William settled Stow manor on himself.
Child of Richard and Parnel:
i. John Engaine (527660), born ~1300 in Cambridgeshire, England.