~1363, John de Ludlow born in Hereford, England, s/o 1055436. John de Ludlow & 1055437. Joan ?.
~1365, Isabel Lingayn born in England, d/o §§Sir Ralph Lingen & §§Margery Pembrugge.
6/21/1377, Richard II, age 10, succeeded Edward III as King of England.
1382, John’s father died, his brother Richard the heir.
3/26/1384, William Falk chalner of Hodnet, grants to … one burgage and ½ burgage by gift and feoffment of John de Lodelowe … (S) UKNA.
3/1395 at Hodenet, Grant by John, son of John Lodelowe, knight, to Griffin, vicar of Ailemestre, … to Lawrence de Lodelowe, his heirs and assigns, … with the advowsons of the churches of Wistanstowe, Westbury and Groete … [Salop.] (S) Ancient Deeds, V6, 1915, C.4637. [Seal of arms, with legend: “sigill johannis de lodelowe”.]
3/12/1395, Commission to John Lodelowe … to levy and collect from all cities, boroughs and towns in Hereford … (S) CFRs.
1395, John knighted.
1395, Deed of attorney at Stokesay. 1. John, son of John de Ludlow, kt. and wife Isabel, to receive seizin of the manors of Halghton, Norton and Heyton and all lands and tenements, rents, reversions etc. in the townships of Halton, Norton and Heyton. [Shropshire.] (S) UKNA, 20/6/120.
1398, John died.
8/8/1398 at Lodelowe. IPM of John Lodelowe, knight, son of John Lodelowe, knight, tenant of the king in chief. Salop: Richard Lodelowe, knight, brother of the said John, whose heir the said John is, … manor of Halghton jointly with Isabel his wife, who is still living … successive remainders to the heirs of the bodies of William Lodelowe and Maud his wife … manors of Heyton, Norton and Bache jointly with the said Isabel, … Hodenet … Westbury …. Whelbache … Moston … Hulle. The town … Halghton … William, aged one and a quarter years and more, is his son and heir. (S) CIsPM.
9/28/1398, To Roger Swynfen escheator in Salop. Order to take the fealty of Isabel late the wife of John Lodelowe knight, son of John Lodelowe knight, and to give her livery of … manors of Halghton etc. to them and to his heirs by her, … the manors of Hodenet, Halghton and Heyton, the towns of Dounton and Pade more and the lands in Coldeweston …, the manor and advowson of Westbury … (S) CCRs.
9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England.
Isabel married 2nd Sir Fulk Pembrugge, widower of Margaret Trussel (sister of 527716. Lawrence Trussell).
1409, Fulk died.
Isabel married 3rd, Sir Thomas Peytvine.
1441, Isabel founded a college at Tong, Salop.
1446, Isabel died.
(S) Hist. of Parliament, Roskell, 1993, ‘Sir Richard Vernon’. (S) Gen. and Heral. Hist. of Landed Gentry, V1, Burke, 1898, P207.
· Isabel’s mother a sister of Sir Robert Pembrugge, Knt., of Tong Castle, Salop.
· Isabel’s brother Ralph, the family heir, died 1452. Her sister Isolda married Brian Harley of Brampton.
Children of John and Isabel:
i. Benedicta de Ludlow, born ? in England.
By 11/1410, Benedicta married Richard Vernon (d.1451) [Speaker at Parliament].
1444, Benedicta died.
ii. Margery Ludlow (263859), born ~1390 in England.
iii. William de Lodelow, born 1397 in England.
William arranged to marry a sister of Richard Vernon, husband of Benedicta.