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Sir Giles Daubeney & Margaret Beauchamp

 3802512. Sir Giles Daubeney & 3802513. Margaret Beauchamp.

11/1371, Giles de Albiniaco born in England, s/o 623826. Baron Giles Daubeney & 623827 Eleanor Wyllington.

~1373, Margaret born in England.         

11/22/1378, Ralph Daubeney, knight, died. Giles (1901256), under age in the king’s ward, is next heir, being the brother of John, son of Giles (3802512), son of Giles (623826), son of Ralph (1247652), and aged 16 years and more. (S) 10/28/1410, Writ for IPM of Ralph Daubeney, Knight.

6/24/1386, Sir Giles of Kempston, Bedfordshire, 3rd Baron Daubeny, of Kilmersdon, Somersetshire, died at Barrington; his son Giles as heir, a minor (age 15). (S) UKNA, IPM.

6/26/1386, Grant to the king’s esquire, Thomas Lee, of the marriage of the heir of Giles Daubeney, knight, of Somerset, tenant in chief. (S) CPRs.

6/21/1390, Giles son and heir of Giles Daubeney, ' chivaler,' a minor in the king's ward. (S) CFRs.

1/27/1391, To Margaret countess of Devon, farmer of 2/3rds of the manor of Southpedirton. Order to deliver to Giles Daubeneye son and heir of Giles Daubeneye, a minor in ward of the king, £60 which by a tally levied at the receipt of the exchequer the king has assigned to him of that farm for his maintenance. (S) CCRs.

[––Giles & Margaret––]

By 1391, Giles married Margaret.

11/23/1391, Giles granted livery of his lands on the basis of appearing in chancery, after 2 inquisitions and paying 20 marks. (S) CCRs.

2/15/1395, Philip Walweyn and Giles Daubeney to be paid £9 12s for 24 days at parliament representing Bedfordshire. (S) CCRs.

7/27/1396, Giles granted to John Hulle, John Wadham. Thomas Daubeney, William Daubeney, … as of fee 2 parts of the manors of Trenay, Fawton, Polruan and Essa … annual value £24. (S) IPM of Giles.

11/20/1397, Giles Daubeney, son and heir of Giles Daubeney knight and lord (dominus) of 'Southpederton,' to William Daubeney. Gift for life with warranty of a yearly rent of 10 marks …. Witnesses: John Wadham, Thomas Brooke, William Bovylle knights, … (S) CCRs, 4/23/1401.

7/4/1399, Henry Bolingbroke [1st cousin of Richard II] landed at Ravenspur; then proceeded through the Lancastrian lands in the north and took York. [Henry IV invaded while Richard II was in Ireland.]

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England.

1399, Giles knighted in London. (S) Chronicles of London, Kingsford, 2015, P48.

6/1/1400, Sir Giles wrote his will: Giles Daubeney, Knt. … to be buried in the porch of the Church of Kempston ; to Maud my daughter, to Joane my daughter ; to Giles my son, to Thomas my son, to Elizabeth my daughter, Giles Daubene, knight, my father, and Eleanor my mother, to Margaret my wife, … William & Thomas my brothers my Executors. (S) Testamenta Vetusta, V1, Nicolas, 1826, P149. [Note son John, heir, not mentioned.]

8/6/1400, Giles’ mother died; Giles received seisen of Kempston. (S) Guide to the Church of St. Botolph.

2/21/1401, To the treasurer and the barons of the exchequer. Order not to trouble Giles Daubeney knight, son and heir of Giles Daubeney knight and of Eleanor his wife, for his homage, [associated with his mother’s dower lands] … (S) CCRs.

3/10/1401, Giles Daubeney and Baldwin Pygot knights to be paid £21 12s for 54 days at parliament representing Bedfordshire. (S) CCRs.

8/22/1403, Giles died, Margaret executrix of his will, with his brothers Thomas and William.

8/24/1403, Order to the escheator in the counties of Cornwall; Somerset; Bedford ; Lincoln ; Nottingham, to take into the king's hand and keep safely imtil further order all the lands in his bailiwick whereof Giles Daubeney, ' chivaler ' ; deceased, who held of the king in chief on the day of his death. (S) CFRs.


8/24/1403, Writ for IPM for Giles Daubeney, Knight. Cornwall: He formerly held … with the reversion of the remaining third part which Eleanor widow of Giles Daubeney, knight, his father, held in dower. He died on 22 Aug. 1403. John his son and heir is aged 9 years and more. Beford: … annual value £20 … Somerset: He held the manor and hundred of South Petherton, with the hamlets of Barrington, Chillington and Southarp, … Annual value 110 marks … Lincoln: … the manor of South Ingleby with its members in Saxilby and Broxholme and the advowson of Broxholme … annual value £22 … Nottingham …  of the manor of South Ingleby in Lincolnshire … annual value 40s. … Lincoln: … value when vacant 10 marks … (S) CIsPM.

9/24/1403, To … escheator in Bedfordshire. Order in presence of Queen Joan, to whom the king has committed the wardship of the lands of Giles Daubeney knight, …, to assign dower to Margaret who was wife of the said Giles, of whom the king has taken an oath etc. [Writs also for Lincolnshire, Notynghamshire, and Somerset].

11/11/1403, Assignment of dower for Margaret widow of Giles Daubeney, knight. Somerset … (S) CCRs.

4/28/1409, Giles’ son and heir John died.

7/1/1409, Henry Fitz Hugh knight to Margaret who was wife of Giles Daubeney knight, William Hankeforde knight, William Daubeney and Thomas Beaumount esquires. Recognisance for 300 marks, to be levied etc. in Yorkshire. …  for the marriage of John Daubeney son of the said Margaret and heir of Giles late lord Daubeney to Elizabeth daughter of Sir Roger Lescrope late lord of Bolton. (S) CCRs.

5/16/1411, Margaret captured and carried off from Barrington by John Ketherowe. (S) CCRs.

6/17/1411, IPM of Giles Daubeney, Knight. Somerset: … the manors of South Petherton, Barrington, Stratton on the Fosse and Charlton, with the hundred of South Petherton. Owing to his death and the minority of John his son they came into the king’s hands. A third part was assigned to Margaret his widow in dower. On 16 May in this year John Ketherowe came to Barrington and violently seized and carried off the widow. He has married her and holds her without the king’s licence. The third parts are worth 100 marks yearly. (S) CCRs.

11/10/1411, Commitment to Margaret Daubeney … of the keeping of a third part of the manors of Southpederton, Baryngton, Stratton and Cheleton, with the hundred of Southpederton, co. Somerset, … it shall have been decided in the king's court whether the said third part should of right pertain to the king or to her. (S) CFRs.

1420, Margaret died.

7/6/1420, Writ for IPM of Maragaret late the wife of Giles Daubeney, ‘chivaler’; Notts, Lincs, Beds, Som, Corn. (S) CFRs.

(S) The Genealogy Mag., Vs7-8, 1904, P94.

Child of Giles and Margaret.

i. John Daubeney, born 1392 in England.

John married to Elizabeth Lescrope, d/o Sir Roger Lescrope, lord of Bolton. (S) CCRs.

9/24/1408, John died, his brother Giles his heir.        

4/28/1409, Writ for IPM of John Daubeney. Bedford: John, son and heir of Giles Daubeney, a minor in the king’s ward, held in his demesne … annual value £16. He died on 24 Sept. last. Giles his brother and next heir is aged 14 years and more. Nottingham: … in Broadholme, with reversion of the third part after the death of Margaret Daubeney, widow of Giles his father, which she holds in dower, as parcel of the manor of South Ingleby in Lincolnshire, …, annual value of the 2 parts 26s.8d. Somerset: … the 3rd part being allotted to Margaret wife of Giles in dower: the manor of South Petherton, annual value of 2 parts £68 8s. 10d., the hundred of South Petherton, £40, the hamlets of Barrington, £30 4s.5d., South Harp, £18 12s.11d., Chillington and Donyatt, together £13 6s.8d., the wood called Holcombe, … annual value £4 8s. 10 1/4d. and 1/3 of 1/4d., and a rent of a rose from 100 a. arable, 10 a. meadow and 60 a. gorse in Kilmersdon … Lincoln: … 2 parts of the manor of South Ingleby … [very long list]. (S) CIsPM.

8/1/1410, To the escheator in Bedfordshire. Order to take of Elizabeth who was wife of John Daubeney, son and heir of Giles Daubeney, an oath etc. …, to assign dower to the said Elizabeth. (S) CCRs.

Elizabeth married Warin Walgrave.

1440, Elizabeth died.

ii. Giles Daubeney (1901256), born 10/20/1394, in Kempstead, Bedford, England.

11/22/1378, Ralph Daubeney, knight, died. Giles (1901256), under age in the king’s ward, is next heir, being the brother of John, son of Giles (3802512), son of Giles (623826), son of Ralph (1247652), and aged 16 years and more. (S) 10/28/1410, Writ for IPM of Ralph Daubeney, Knight.

9/14/1440, IPM of Elizabeth late the wife of Warin Walgrave, who held in dower after the death of John Daubeney late her husband (of the inheritance of Giles Daubeny knight, brother and heir of the said John) certain lands which are held of the king in chief ; Somerset ; Bedford ; Lincoln ; Nottingham. (S) CFRs.

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