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The following information first published in 1999; expanded and most recently revised in December 2009:



1. ADRIAN (OR ROBERT) DE LUCY was born Abt. 1064 in Lucé-sur-Orné, in the Baliwick of Passeis, nr Dromfront, in Maine, Normandy, France. He married AVELINE GHOT or GOTH Abt. 1095. She was born Abt. 1075 near Lucé, Maine, Normandy, France, and died Aft. February 1130/31.

More About ADRIAN DE LUCY:
Fact 1: The name Adrian not positively confirmed, however possibly the son of Geoffrey de Lucy born abt 1029 (surname recorded de Luceio, de Louset or de Luci)
Fact 2: Possibly son of Geoffrey de Lucy, Lord of Gouviz & Baron of Cretot not recorded at Dives-sur-Mer
Fact 3: 1066, Geoffrey de Lucy said to be one of the Norman lords who invaded England in 1066
Fact 4: Despite the problems with the accuracy of the Battle Abbey Rolls, Lucy does occur in several versions, but with no Christian name.
Fact 5: Abt. 1131, Pharamus de Boulogne refers to Aveline, mother of Richard de Lucy and wife of Adrian/Robert de Lucy as his 'noverca' - ie. step-mother
Fact 6: It has been suggested that Adrian de Lucy is in fact Hugh de Dover, son of Fulbert de Lucie / de Dover who died before 1140

Notes for ADRIAN OR ROBERT DE LUCY:
Information on the earliest records relating to the Lucy family at this time:-

Richardo de Luceio (presumed son of Adrian) is first mentioned in February 1131 together with his mother Aveline, kinswomen and heiress of William Ghot or Goth, in the charter of Seéz. In October 1138, Richard de Lucy was the Castellan of Falaise during the 18 day siege by Geoffrey, Earl of Anjou and was recalled to England in 1140 becoming the Constable of the Tower of London in 1151. He built his castle at Ongar in 1153.

There is a record of a Geoffrey de Lucy (monk) mentioned at Savigny in 1137 (possibly a younger son). A group of monks from Savigny formed Jervaulx, Wensleydale in 1145 among other English settlements. A Ralph de Lucy is recorded in 1140-48 in a charter regarding Foucarmont. Their first Abbott came from Savigny when it was founded in 1130. Richard's brother, Walter de Lucy was initially a monk at Lonlay-l'Abbaye, which is only five and an half miles from Domfront. Another of Richard's brothers was Robert de Lucy of Chrishall and Elmdon, Essex.

Richard de Lucy is recorded as Lord Gouviz and Baron Cretot and militarily responsible for the the Baliwick of Passeis, near Domfrort, of which Lucé forms a part, in 1172. Despite the problems with the Battle Abbey Rolls, Lucy does occur in several versions, but with no Christian name.

Lucé lies geographically in Maine, and its real connection with Normandy dates from the occupation in 1092 of Domfront, the castle of Robert de Belleme, by Henry Beauclerc, the Count of the Cotentin. The connection between Henry I probably commenced at this time as illustrated by the charter for Seéz Cathedral dated Feb 1131, in which Henry records a fief which he had bought from Richard de Lucy, and his mother Aveline.

In the early 1100's, the Lord's of Mayenne surrendered the custody of their castles at Ambieres and Gorron and a Geoffrey de Goreham or Gorron (born in le Mans of a noble Normandy family), the Abbott of St. Albans (1119-1146), was summoned from Maine and is recorded as a kinsman of Robert de Lucy who he 'introduced to the royal circle'. Some sources record him as Geoffrey de Lucé. Walter de Lucy, brother to Richard de Lucy, originally a monk of Lonlay, lived for some time with Geoffrey de Gorham (again noted as a relative) prior to being appointed the Abbott of Battle Abbey (1139-1171). A nephew of Geoffrey, Robert de Goram (1151-1166) was a sacrist at St.Albans and there is evidence of the marriage of a Gorram to Cristina in the Thorney Abbey Annals. Geoffrey's remains were removed from the Chapter House at St.Albans Cathedral in 1978 and reburied in the choir of the Abbey Church. He had a brother William de Gorron who married Matilda, who had sons Giles, Ive, Robert (mentioned above) and Ralph, and a sister Olivia (who married Hugh, son of Humbald of Westwick, Hertfordshire.).

Walter de Lucy, originally a monk of Lonlay, was Abbott of Battle from 1139 to 1171, the son of a Norman baronial house and brother to Richard de Lucy. Walter had prior to this for some time been living with Geoffrey of St. Albans, a relative. For many years before his death he was partially paralysed.

More About AVELINE GOTH:
Fact 1: Also known as "Avelina"
Fact 2: Kinswoman and heiress of William Ghot or Goth, possibly grand-daughter or neice (nepte)
Fact 3: February 1130/31, Henry I in charter for Séez Catherdral mentions Richard de Lucy & Aveline

Children of ADRIAN DE LUCY and AVELINE GOTH are:
2. i. EMMA2 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1095, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France; d. Aft. 1178, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France.
ii. LUCY DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1097, Luce, Near Maine, Normandy, France.
3. iii. RICHARD DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1110, (originally from) Lucé, near Domfront, Normandy, France.; d. 14 July 1179, Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent, England - buried in the Chapter House of his Abbey.
iv. WALTER DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1112, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France; d. 1171, Battle Abbey, Sussex, England.

More About WALTER DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Monk at Lonlay-l'Abbaye near Lucé, France
Fact 2: Between 1139-1171, Abbot of Battle Abbey, Sussex
Fact 3: Walter and Robert de Lucy were kinsmen of Geoffrey de Goreham or Gorron (born in le Mans), Abbott of St. Albans (1119-1146)

Notes about WALTER DE LUCY:
Walter de Lucy was the fifth Abbot of Battle and according to the Abbey Chronicle, ruled wisely and energetically for thirty-three years. He is specially lauded for his zealous zeal in upholding the numerous "liberties and dignities" of his House. The greatest contest in which he ever engaged was with the Bishop of Chichester, who claimed spiritual jurisdiction over the Abbey, and had obtained from Pope Adrian IV. a letter formally admonishing Abbot Walter to "obey faithfully his bishop and master." The cause was brought before Henry II. The Abbot pleaded eloquently in his own behalf, and his brother Richard de Lucy stood by him manfully, saying to the King, "This Abbey ought to be held in high account". In the end the Bishop had to disclaim all authority over the Abbot.

4. v. ROBERT DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1113, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France; d. Aft. 1162.
vi. MARGARET DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1114 and married William de Chesney.

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2. EMMA2 DE LUCY (ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1095 in Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France, and died after 1178 in Lucé, Near Maine. She married HENRY MAUNSEL, son of PHILIP MAUNSEL and AGNES DEMOISELLE. He was born Abt. 1080 in Buckinghamshire, England.

Child of EMMA DE LUCY and HENRY MAUNSEL is:
i. SIR. JOHN3 MANSEL, m. JOAN BEAUCAMP.

Notes for EMMA DE LUCY: Emma de Lucy, granted to the Abbey a quit rent of 3s payable by Lesnes Abbey in respect of 12 acres held in Elmsdon (Essex); the money provided by herself and her brother Robert de Lucy and her lord Serlo de Marcia. Emma was the brother of Richard de Lucy.

3. RICHARD2 DE LUCY (ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1110 in (originally from) Lucé, near Domfront, Normandy, France., and died 14 July 1179 in Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent, England - buried in the Chapter House of his Abbey. Although Lesnes Abbey no longer exists, his tomb could still be seen in 1630, and upon the belt of the figure of a knight the fleur-de-lis, the rebus or name device of the Lucys was sculptured in many places. He married ROESIA OR ROHAISE OR ROYSIA of BOULOGNE Abt. 1130, it is believed in Thorney Green, Suffolk, England. She was born Abt. 1110, it is believed, in Carshalton, Surrey, England and died before 1151 and was buried at either Faversham Abbey, Kent or Holy Trinity Priory, Aldgate, London. Faversham Abbey, the burial place of Richard de Lucy's wife, was built by Stephen and Matilda to found a royal mausoleum for the House of Blois. They hoped that the dynasty would rule over England for generations to come. In fact it began, and ended, with them.

Notes for RICHARD DE LUCY:
RICHARD DE LUCY (d. 1179), called the "loyal," chief justiciar of England, appears in the latter part of Stephen's reign as sheriff and justiciar of the county of Essex. He became, on the accession cf Henry II., chief justiciar conjointly with Robert de Beaumont, earl of Leicester; and after the death of the latter (1168) held the office without a colleague for twelve years. The chief servant and intimate of the king he was among the first of the royal party to incur excommunication in the Becket controversy. In 1173 he played an important part in suppressing the rebellion of the English barons, and commanded the royalists at the battle of Fornham. He resigned the justiciarship in 1179, though pressed by the King to continue in office, and retired to Lesnes Abbey in Kent, which he had founded and where he died. Lucy's son, Godfrey de Lucy (d. 1204), was bishop of Winchester from 1189 to his death in September 1204; he took a prominent part in public affairs during the reigns of Henry II., Richard I. and John.

Richard de Lucy (d. 1179) , chief justiciary; maintained the cause of Stephen in Normandy against Geoffrey of Anjou; recalled to England, 1140; chief justiciary jointly with Robert de Beaumont , earl of Leicester (1104-1168), 1153-66; sole chief justiciary, 1166-79; excommunicated by Thomas Becket in 1166 and 1169 for his share in drawing up the constitutions of Clarendon (1164); commanded for Henry II in the insurrection of 1173.

In April 1173 when Prince Henry rebelled against his father, King Henry II, Richard de Lucy together with Humphrey de Bohun III invaded Scotland in an attack against King William the Lion who supported Prince Henry and the destruction of the bishop's palace at Durham. They burned Berwick and penetrated deeply into Scotland. But when they learned of the landing of Robert de Beaumont (earl of Leicester and friend of Prince Henry) in Suffolk (29 September 1173), they made a truce with William the Lion and marched against Beaumont.

Chief justiciar of England under Henry II, he came from Lucé near Domfront in western Normandy, and probably entered royal service under Henry I. He is recorded as a supporter of Stephen from about the year 1140, succeeding Geoffrey de Mandeville as justiciar and sheriff of Essex (1143).

Henry II made him and Robert de Beaumont, second earl of Leicester, chief justiciars jointly (c. 1155), and after Leicester's death in 1168 Lucy held the office alone. As one of the king's chief councilors he must be given part of the credit for the important legislation of the period, and during the struggle with Becket he was singled out by the king's enemies as a principal author of the Constitutions of Clarendon (1164).

His role in holding together those loyal to the king in the great revolt of 1173-1174 was crucial. In 1179 he resigned his office and entered the religious life at Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent, founded by himself in 1178 in penance for his part in the events leading to Becket's death. He had been excommunicated by Becket in 1166 and again in 1169, and the archbishop's murder had been in part provoked by his refusal to life the sentences he had passed upon his enemies. Richard de Lucy died at Lesnes on July 14, 1179. (Encyclopedia Brittanica)

Richard de Lucy (Richardo de Luceio - presumed son of Adrian) is first mentioned in February 1131 together with his mother Aveline, kinswomen and heiress of William Ghot or Goth, in the charter of Seéz. In October 1138, Richard de Lucy was the Castellan of Falaise during the 18 day siege by Geoffrey, Earl of Anjou and was recalled to England in 1140 becoming the Constable of the Tower of London in 1151. He built his castle at Ongar in 1153. Richard de Lucy is recorded as Lord Gouviz and Baron Cretot and militarily responsible for the the Baliwick of Passeis, near Domfrort, of which Lucé forms a part, in 1172.

In the contest between Stephen and the Empress Maud, he maintained his allegiance to Stephen and obtained a significant victory near Wallingford Castle. Upon resolving the dispute, the Tower of London and the Castle of Winchester were on the advice of the clergy, placed in the hands of Richard de Lucy, binding him by solemn oath and the hostage of his son to deliver them up on the death of King Stephen to King Henry. Once fulfilled, Richard de Lucy was constituted Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire in 1156.

Additional source information -

Note: 1 The family appears to have taken its name from Luce, a commune in the department of Orne, about 6 kil. SE of Domfront, and in the bailiwick of Passeis. In the return of the Norman fees of 1172 there occurs the following: "De Passeis . . . Ricards de Lucceio j militem et sibi xvij milites" (H.F., vol xxiii, p. 697 e; so also in Red Book, Rolls Ser., vol ii, pl 639, but beginning "De Baillia de Basseis"). Luce lies geographically in Maine, and its real connection with Normandy dates from the occupation in 1092 of Domfront, the castle of Robert de Belleme, by Henry Beauclerc, the Count of the Cotentin. It seems probable that this particular connection between Henry I and the southern border of Normandy may have first brought the family to the King's notice, a view which is supported by the fact that in a charter for Seez Cathedral dated Feb 1131, Henry mentions a fief which he had bought from Richard de Lucy, and his mother Aveline. [Complete Peerage VIII:257 note (b)]

Note: 2 The first mention of this family is in a render made by King Henry I of the lordship of Dice, in Norfolk ('whether in requital of services, or as an inheritance, the record saith not' - nb: Richard de Lucy granted right to hold a market in Diss in 1152) to Richard de Lucie, who was governor of Falais, in Normandy, temp. King Stephen, and defended that place with great valour when besieged by Geoffrey, Earl of Anjou, for which heroic conduct he had a grant of lands in the county of Essex with the services of divers persons, to hold by ten knights' fees. In the subsequent contest between Stephen and the Empress Maud, he remained steady in his allegiance to the former and obtained a victory of some importance near Wallingford Castle. Upon the adjustment of the dispute, the Tower of London and the castle of Winchester were, by the advice of the whole clergy, placed in the hands of this feudal lord, he binding himself by solemn oath and the hostage of his son to deliver them up on the death of King Stephen to King Henry, which, being eventually fulfilled, Richard de Lucy was constituted sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire in the 2nd of Henry II, A.D. 1156, and in three years afterwards, being with the king in Normandy, he was despatched to England to procure the election of Thomas à Becket, then lord chancellor, to the archiepiscopal see of Canterbury, vacant by the death of Theobald, Abbot of Becco. Soon after that he was appointed to the high office of Justice of England. In the 12th of this reign [i.e. 1166], upon the aid then assessed for marrying the king's dau., he certified his knights' fees (lying in the cos. of Kent, Suffolk, and Norfolk) de veteri feoffamento, to be in number seven, and that his ancestors performed the service of Castle Guard at Dover, for the same, as also that he held on knight's fee more, de nova feoffamento, in the co. Devon.

Note: 3 About this time Becket, having fled into Normandy from the power of King Henry, came to Wiceliac to celebrate the feast of the ascension, and observing several persons of distinction present, amongst whom was this Richard de Lucie, he ascended the pulpit and there, with lighted candles, pronounced the sentence of excommunication against them all as public incendiaries betwixt the king and himself, but being neither convicted nor called to answer, they appealed and entered the church. Soon after this (13th Henry II) during a temporary absence of the king beyond sea, de Lucie was constituted Lieutenant of England, and again in 1173, when the Earl of Leicester and others having reared the standard of rebellion in behalf of Prince Henry, he besieged, in conjunction with Reginald, Earl of Cornwall, the town of Leicester and, having reduced it, demolished its walls and laid it in ashes.

Note: 4 In 1178, he founded the priory of Westwode in the diocese of Rochester in honour of St. Thomas, of Canterbury, the martyr, and began, about the same time, the foundation of the priory of Lesnes, in Kent, which he munificently endowed. In this priory he subsequently assumed the habit of a canon regular and departing this life soon after (about 22nd Henry II) [i.e. 1176], and was buried in the chapter-house there.

Note: 5 He m. Rohais ---, and had issue, Geffrey, who d. in his father's lifetime, leaving Richard, his son and heir, who departing this life, s. p., before 1196, the inheritance devolved upon his aunt, Rohais; Hubert, who had the lordship of Stanford, in Essex, and hundred of Angre, for his livelihood, but d. s. p.; Maude, m. 1st to Walter Fitz-Robert, to whom she brought the lordship or Dice, and 2ndly, to Richard de Ripariis, and d. 27th Henry III, 1243, leaving issue; Rohais, m. 1st, to Fulbert de Dover, Lord of Chilham, in Kent, and 2ndly, Richard de Chilham. This Rohais, upon the decease of her nephew, succeeded to the estates of her elder brother and, upon the death of her younger brother, Hubert, she had livery of the whole barony on paying a fine to the crown in the 9th King John [i.e. 1208]. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage Ltd, London, England, 1883), pp. 335-6, Lucy, Barons Lucy]

Note: 6 Richard de Lucy (the first of the family mentioned by Dugdale) was Constable of Falaise in Normandy for King Stephen, and held it so stoutly against Geoffrey Earl of Anjou that he was rewarded with thirteen additional knight's fees in Essex, including the town of Grinstead. He fought on the King's side throughout his contest with the Empress Maud, and routed the forces of the latter in a pitched battle near Wallingford. When the agreement between Stephen and Henry Duke of Normandy was entered upon in 1153, by which Henry was named as successor to the throne, "for the better securing of that Accord, the Tower of London, and Castle of Winchester, by the advice of the whole Clergy, were then given into the hands of this Richard de Lucie, he (by his solemn Oath) promising that upon the death of King Stephen he would faithfully deliver them to Henry; and for his more effectual performance of that Trust, gave up his own Son as a Hostage." (Dugdale). The new King, on his accession, rewarded and employed him. He had a grant of the whole hundred of Angre with other manors in Essex; and in 1162 was appointed Lord Justiciary of England, the highest post of honour that could be held by a subject.

Note: 7 As an act of penance for the murder of Thomas Becket on 29 December 1170, Richard de Lucy chose to found an abbey within the boundaries of the Manor of Lesnes, of which he was Lord. "The Abbey of St Mary and St Thomas the Martyr" was founded in 1178 and built on a sloping site which lay between river marshes to the north and Westwood (now known as Abbey Wood) to the south. It was thus conveniently situated close to the River Thames, making it possible to get stone and other supplies to the Abbey site by boat, and to the main London to Dover road which soon became a busy thoroughfare for the thousands of pilgrims who travelled annually to Becket's shrine in Canterbury. The Abbey was a foundation for Augustinian or 'Black' Canons within the Diocese of Rochester. The first inmates probably came from Holy Trinity Priory, Aldgate and the first Abbot, William, was consecrated in 1179. In July of the same year "Richard de Lucy, who, having assumed the religious habit, ended his days in the Church of Lesnes and was buried in the Chapter House". De Lucy donated half of his lands in Lesnes in his will although "the place was not finished, nor sufficient livelihood given to it, for it was at his death of no more livelihood but 9 marks a year".

Note: 8 According to John Weever in his 1630 "Discourse on Funeral Monuments", he states that a Sir John Hippesley, the then owner of the Lesnes property, "appointed certaine workemen to digge amongst the rubbish of the decayed fabricke of the Church (which had laine a long time buried in her owne ruins, and growne over with oke, elme, and ashe-trees) for stones, and these happened upon a goodly funerall monument; the full proportion of a man, in his coate armour, his sword hanging at his side by a broad belt, upon which the flower-de-luce was engraven in many places: (being, as I take it, the rebus, or device, of the Lucies:) this, his (Sir Richard Lucie's) representation, or picture, lay upon a flat marble stone; that stone upon a trough, or coffin, of white smooth hewn asheler stone: in that coffin, and a sheet of lead, (both being made fit for the dimension of a dead body,) the remaines of an ashie drie carkasse lay enwrapped, whole, and undisjointed, and upon his head some haire, or a simile quiddam of haire, appeared; they likewise found other statues of men in like manner proportioned, as also of a woman in her attire and abiliments, with many grave-stones and bones of the deceased; to see all which, great confluence of people resorted, amongst which number I was not the hindmost." William Stukeley (1687-1765) the antiquarian, surveyed the ruins of Lesnes Abbey in April 1753 and his plan illustrates the position of the church and cloisters, together with the location of the founders tomb in the north transept of the church.

Note: 9 On the 11th June 1178, Richard de Lucy founded the priory of Westwode (later known as Lesnes Abbey) in the diocese of Rochester, Kent in honour of St. Thomas, of Canterbury, the martyr, which he munificently endowed. In this priory he subsequently assumed the habit of a canon regular and departing this life soon after (about 1176), was buried there, possibly in the chapter-house. There is also a reference to "Anselm de Lucy, who granted to the Church of St. Thomas the Martyr of Leanes, for the benefit of his soul and for the soul of Richard de Lucy, his father, and Richard de Montfichet, his son 40/- of rent out of its land at Thorney, by Stowmarket, Suffolk". Obviously this is a previously unrecorded son of Richard de Lucy (Justiciar) - alternatively this could refer to Aveline de Lucy. Geoffrey de Lucy, Constable of Berkhamsted was also a benefactor. On the death of Richard de Lucy the patronage of Lesnes was continued by Godfrey de Lucy, his son, who entered the Church and became Bishop of Winchester (1189-1204). From other references, it is recorded that Emma de Lucy, granted to the Abbey a quit rent of 3s payable by Lesnes Abbey in respect of 12 acres held in Elmsdon (Essex); the money provided by herself and her brother Robert de Lucy and her lord Serlo de Marcia. Emma was the sister of Richard de Lucy. Besides the site, the founder granted to Lesnes Abbey the churches of Newington and Marden, and his brother Robert, the church of Emdon in Essex. His son Hubert had the lordship of Stanford, Essex and the hundred of Angre for his lively-hood, but died without issue.

Note: 10 The historian Sir Alfred Clapham in his 1915 History of Lesnes Abbey also agrees that Richard de Lucy's father was Robert de Lucy together with listing his wife as Rohese and Richard's brothers, Walter and Robert. - He cites that "from another charter it appears that this Robert was brother to Walter de Lucy, Abbot of Battle, who is known to have been brother to Richard, the founder of Lesnes; thus Robert de Lucy (the elder) was the father of all three brothers." - "A copy of the charter is preserved amongst the state papers of Henry VIII. He calls himself Robert, son of Robert de Lucy and continues: 'Be it known that I have given for the love of God and the good estate of my most dear lord Richard de Lucy and for the souls of my father and mother and of all the faithful, to the Abbey which the said lord Richard de Lucy founded at Westwood, in Lesnes, in honour of God and the blessed Thomas the Martyr" (ref: PRO vol. 4 no. 3587).

More About RICHARD DE LUCY:
Fact 1: February 1130/31, Henry I in charter for Séez Catherdral mentions Richard de Lucy and his mother Aveline, the neice and heiress of William Goth.
Fact 2: 1 October 1138, Recorded as Constable of Falaise, Normandy - which he held stoutly against an 18 day seige by Geoffrey, Earl of Anjou, resulting in the Lordship of Dice, Norfolk from Henry I.
Fact 3: 1140, Recalled to England and replaced by Robert Marmion as Castellan of Falaise
Fact 4: had at least 2 sons (Godfrey & Geoffrey - a Herbert who died without issue is also mentioned) & 4 daughters. His brother Walter de Lucy was Abbot of Battle Abbey and his second son Godfrey de Lucy, became Bishop of Winchester.
Fact 5: 1153, Constable of the Tower of London
Fact 6: Bet. 1153 - 1154, He built his castle at Ongar, Essex, the land recorded in Doomsday as originally given to Count Eustace de Boulogne. Granted Chipping Ongar, Essex by William, son of King Stephen and his wife, Maud of Boulogne. He later became the Sheriff of both Essex and Hertfordshire in 1156.
Fact 7: 1166, Excommunicated by Becket: 1166 & 1169.
Fact 8: Richard's English inheritance included Diss & Stowe in E.Anglia, Newington in Kent & Chipping Ongar, Essex
Fact 9: Richard de Lucy also recorded as Lord of Gouviz & Baron of Cretot
Fact 10: 11 June 1178, Richard de Lucy laid his foundation stone at Lesnes Abbey
Fact 11: 1162, appointed Lord Justiciary of England, the highest post of honour that could be held by a subject and in 1173 constituted Lieutenant of England.
Fact 12: Became the Sheriff of both Essex and Hertfordshire in 1156.

Notes for ROESIA OR ROHAISE OR ROYSIA OF BOULOGNE:
Queen Maud, wife of King Stephen of England, was the heiress of the Boulogne family and therefore was closely related to Sir Richard Lucy's wife (providing the gift of Chipping Ongar).

Regarding Faversham Abbey - burial place of Richard de Lucy's wife. The aim of Stephen and Matilda was to found a royal mausoleum for the House of Blois. They hoped that the dynasty would rule over England for generations to come. In fact it began, and ended, with them. King Stephen in 1154, his wife Matilda in 1152 and eldest son Eustace (Earl of Boulogne) in 1153, were all buried in the Abbey Church. When it was excavated in 1964 their empty graves were found close to the very centre of the quire. Their bones are said to have been thrown into Faversham Creek when the building was dismantled. However in the Parish Church is a canopy tomb with no contemporary inscription where is said that their bones were re-interred. The Abbey church was much smaller than Canterbury Cathedral but much larger than Rochester Cathedral.

Holy Trinity Priory, Aldgate, was the first religious house to be established inside the walls of London after the Norman Conquest, in 1107/8; one of the earliest Augustinian houses to be established in England and the first to be dissolved, in 1532. The nearby Hospital of St. Katharine (near St. Katherine's Dock in London) was founded by Matilda (Maud) wife of Stephen, in about 1148 as an act of remembrance of her two children (Baldwin and Matilda) who died and were buried in Holy Trinity Priory.

More About ROESIA OR ROHAISE OR ROYSIA OF BOULOGNE:
Fact 1: Abt. 1131, Pharamus de Boulogne refers to his father William of Boulogne as having a second wife, (ie. the mother of Roesia ) as his 'noverca' - ie. step-mother
Fact 2: Roesia's son Godfrey refers to Pharamus de Boulogne as his "blood uncle" - avunculus

Children of RICHARD DE LUCY and ROESIA or ROYSIA are:
5. i. AVELINE OR ANSELM3 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1130, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France; d. After 1206.
ii. DIONISIA DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1131, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France; m. ARNOLD MOUNTENAY, France.

More About ARNOLD MOUNTENAY and DIONISIA DE LUCY:
Marriage: France

6. iii. GEOFFREY DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1132, Ongar, Essex, England; d. Bet. 1170 - 1173.
iv. WALTER DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1133, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France.
7. v. GODFREY DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1134, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France; d. 11 September 1204, Buried: Outside Winchester lady-chapel which he commissioned..
8. vi. WILLIAM DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1135, Diss, Norfolk, England.
9. vii. ALICE DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1136, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France; d. England.
10. viii. MATILDA DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1137, Diss, Norfolk, England; d. 1243.
ix. HUBERT DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1138 and died without issue.

4. ROBERT2 DE LUCY (ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1113 in Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France, and died Aft. 1178. He married MARGARET OR EMME. She was born in Crichel Lucy, Dorset.

Notes for ROBERT DE LUCY:
In the mid 1100's , Geoffrey de Goreham or Gorron (born in le Mans), Abbott of St. Albans (1119-1146) was summoned from Maine and was a kinsman of Robert de Lucy who he 'introduced to the royal circle'. Geoffrey's remains were removed from the Chapter House and reburied in the choir of the Abbey Church, St. Albans in 1978. He had a brother William (who had sons Ive, Robert and Ralph) and sister Olivia (who married Hugh, son of Humbald.). In the Surrenden library is a deed of Henry II in which John de Dover confirms his brethren the monks of Christ Church Canterbury, the mill near St. Mildred's Church, Canterbury which Hugh of Dover (his uncle) gave them, with his consent, at his death. This was witnessed among others by Robert de Lucy (dated between 1154-1189)

More About ROBERT DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Another brother of Richard de Lucy Justiciar possibly named Herbert
Fact 2: of Chrishall and Elmdon, Essex
Fact 3: Gave the church of Elmdon, Essex to Westwood Abbey, Kent (which was founded by Richard de Lucy Justiciar)
Fact 4: 1175, Sherriff of Worcester

Children of ROBERT DE LUCY and MARGARET EMME are:
i. ROBERT3 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1140.
ii. HUBERT DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1140.
iii. LETICIA DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1140; d. Aft. 1200; m. HENRY DE PINKEY; b. Weedon Pinkney, Northamptonshire; d. Abt. 1208.
iv. AGNES DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1140; d. Bef. 1222; m. DE SOMERY.
v. EMME DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1140; d. 1222; m. SERLO DE MARCY; b. Laver, Essex; d. Aft. 1198.
vi. BEATRICE DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1140; d. 1226; m. (1) JORDAN DE ANNEVILLE; d. 1204; m. (2) ROGER DE NEVILLE, Abt. 1205; d. Aft. 1205.

More About ROGER DE NEVILLE and BEATRICE DE LUCY:
Marriage: Abt. 1205

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5. AVELINE3 DE LUCY (RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1130 in Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France. She married GILBERT DE MONTFICHET in France. He was born in Stanstead Montfitchet and Fryerning, Essex, and died Bet. 1186 - 1187

More About AVELINE DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Also named as Avelina
Fact 2: Also recorded in 1225 Feet of Fines that she or another sister married Ralph Patric

More About GILBERT DE MONTFICHET and AVELINE DE LUCY:
Marriage: France

Child of AVELINE DE LUCY and GILBERT DE MONTFICHET is:
11. i. RICHARD4 DE MONTFICHET, d. 1204.


6. GEOFFREY3 DE LUCY (RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1132 in Ongar, Essex, England, and died Bet. 1170 - 1173. He married (1) KATHERINE Aft. 1150. She was born Abt. 1130 in Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France, and died Abt. 1157. He married (2) an unrecorded woman abt. 1160.

Notes for GEOFFREY DE LUCY:

Richard de Lucy retired to the cloister in 1179, and died in the same year. His son and heir Geoffrey had predeceased him and he was succeeded by Geoffrey's elder son Richard. Richard the younger was dead before Michaelmas 1182, and was succeeded by his brother Herbert.


Children of GEOFFREY DE LUCY and KATHERINE are:
i. RICHARD4 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1150; d. August 1182; m. GODECHILD DE PAGANEL; b. 1177.

More About RICHARD DE LUCY:
Fact 1: (Dugdale, Foss & Nicolas state) He succeeded his grandfather Richard de Lucy
Fact 2: died during his father's lifetime - possibly, Godfrey the Bishop of Winchester.
Fact 3: his father reputed to be son of elder son of the "Justiciary" named Geoffrey
Fact 4: ( see also Richard de Lucy son of Reynold de Lucy )
Fact 5: 1215, Signed Magna Carta

12. ii. ROESIA DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1156, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France.
iii. HERBERT DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1151, Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France; d. Bef. 1189.

More About HERBERT DE LUCY:
Fact 1: died without issue
Fact 2: also known as "Hubert"
Fact 3: Lord of Stanford, Essex
Fact 4: Burke notes him as son of Richard de Lucy not son of Geoffrey

13. iv. MAUD OR MATHILDE DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1152.
v. SARAH DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1148; d. Aft. 1236; m. WILLIAM DE LASCELLES.

An Aveline, Alicia and Mabilia also recorded in the Kent Feet of Fines.

7. GODFREY3 DE LUCY (RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1134 in Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France, died 11 September 1204 and is buried outside Winchester lady-chapel which he commissioned.. He met long term partner AGATHA.

Notes for GODFREY DE LUCY:
Lucy, Godfrey de (d. 1204) , bishop of Winchester; son of Richard de Lucy ; became a royal clerk and received many ecclesiastical preferments; archdeacon of Derby, 1182; canon of York and archdeacon of Richmond; justice-itinerant for the district beyond the Trent and the Mersey, 1179; bishop of Winchester, 1189-1204.

More About GODFREY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Also possibly known as "Geoffrey" in 1225 Feet of Fines
Fact 2: 1171, Dean of St.Martins-le-Grand
Fact 3: Bishop of Winchester & Canon of Lincoln
Fact 4: 1179, Justice, beyond Trent & Mersey
Fact 5: 1182, Archdeacon of Derby
Fact 6: 1184, Archdeacon of Richmond
Fact 7: 1190, Left England 1190 when Richard I left for crusade & returned 1198
Fact 8: 1202, Large works undertaken on Winchester Cathedral at his instigation. (5 years)
Fact 9: Evidence of long standing clandestine marriage with Agatha (wet nurse employed by Eleanor of Aquitaine) who later married William of Gaddesdon
Fact 10: Three illegitamate sons known, Geoffrey (d. 1241) arch deacon of London, dean of St. Pauls & Chancellor Oxford University; John (received gift of house in Strand) & Philip, clerk of chamber until 1207

Children of GODFREY DE LUCY and AGATHA are:
i. MATILDA4 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1156, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England; m. WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP; b. Abt. 1154.
ii. MABEL DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1161, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.
iii. AVELINE DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1165, Newington, England.
14. iv. GEOFFREY DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1174, Newington, Kent, England; d. 1234.

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Dean of St. Paul's, Archdeacon of London, Chancellor Oxford University

v. JOHN DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1170; d. Aft. 1204.

More About JOHN DE LUCY:
Fact 1: John (received gift of house in Strand)

vi. PHILIP DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1175; d. Aft. 1207.

More About PHILIP DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Clerk of chamber until 1207

vii. STEPHEN DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1180; d. 1233.

More About STEPHEN DE LUCY:
Fact 1: October 1201, Name first identified in 1201 and before 1214 recorded as Abbott of Burton
Fact 2: May 1226, Keeper of the See after Bishop Marsh's death in May 1226
Fact 3: 1228, Magistrate in May 1228
Fact 4: Prior at Winchester, St. Swithum
Fact 5: 1229, Patent for Selbourne, Hampshire to lands for his lifetime - retuned to Peter des Roches, Bishop of Winchester in 1233, probably on his death
Fact 6: 1228, Linked to Newbald Pacey, Warwickshire in 1228
Fact 7: Unconfirmed as illegitamate son of Godfrey but linked to Winchester

8. WILLIAM3 DE LUCY (RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1135 in Diss, Norfolk, England. He married CECILIA DE LUCY.

More About WILLIAM DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Linkage with Richard de Lucy unclear - a kinsman, possibly brother not son
Fact 2: Burke notes William (wife Cecilia) as son of Richard

Child of WILLIAM DE LUCY and CECILIA DE LUCY is:
15. i. REYNOLD4 DE LUCY, b. 1137, of Egremont & Coupland, Yorkshire; d. Abt. 11 January 1198/99.

9. ALICE3 DE LUCY (RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1136 in Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France, and died in England. She married ODONEL DE UMPHRAVILLE Abt. 1155 in Of Barony, Prudhoe, Northumberland, England, son of ODINEL DE UMFREVILLE. He was born Abt. 1136 in of Prudhoe, Northumberland, England, and died 1182 in Castle Prudhoe, Northumberland, England.

More About ALICE DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Christened of Barony, Prudhoe, Northumberland

More About ODONEL DE UMPHRAVILLE:
Fact 1: Lord Otterbourne, Harbottle, & Riddesdale.
Fact 3: of Northumberland, England.

More About ODONEL DE UMPHRAVILLE and ALICE DE LUCY:
Marriage: Abt. 1155, Of Barony, Prudhoe, Northumberland, England

Children of ALICE DE LUCY and ODONEL DE UMPHRAVILLE are:
i. ROBERT4 DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1157; d. Abt. 1195.
ii. WILLIAM DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1159; d. Abt. 1193.
16. iii. ALICE DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1161.
iv. RICHARD DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1163; d. 1226; m. BALIOL.
v. MARGERY DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1165; d. Bef. 1206; m. WILLIAM DE ALBINI; b. 1165, of Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire; d. Bef. 30 March 1221, Cainell, near Rome, Italy.

More About WILLIAM DE ALBINI:
Fact 1: 3rd Earl of Arundel. Died while on Crusade.
Fact 3: Named in Magna Carta, 1215.
Fact 4: June 1216, Recanted allegiance to John & ackowledged Prince Louis Capet of France as King.

vi. GILBERT DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1167.
vii. ODINEL DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1169.
viii. EMMA DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1171; d. Abt. 1235; m. (1) WALTER DE BOLAM; m. (2) PETER DE VAUX.
ix. ROBERT DE UMPHRAVILLE, b. Abt. 1172.


10. MATILDA3 DE LUCY (RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1137 in Diss, Norfolk, England, and died Abt. 1200. She married WALTER FITZROBERT DE CLARE Abt. 1154 in Norfolk, son of ROBERT DE CLARE and MAUD DE ST.LIZ. He was born 1110 in Dunmow, Essex, England, and died 1198 in of Little Dunmow, Essex.

More About MATILDA DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Had as maritagium Diss, Norfolk.
Fact 2: also known as "Maud"
Fact 3: Lady of Diss

More About WALTER FITZROBERT DE CLARE:
Fact 1: Lord of Dunmow Castle.
Fact 3: Baron Baynard

More About WALTER DE CLARE and MATILDA DE LUCY:
Marriage: Abt. 1154, Norfolk

Children of MATILDA DE LUCY and WALTER DE CLARE are:
17. i. MAUD4 FITZWALTER, b. Abt. 1161; d. Aft. 1196.
18. ii. ROBERT FITZWALTER, b. Abt. 1167, Little Dunmow, Essex, England; d. 9 December 1235.
19. iii. ALICE FITZWALTER, b. Abt. 1175.

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11. RICHARD4 DE MONTFICHET (AVELINE3 DE LUCY, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) died 1204. He married MILLICENT (DE MONTFICHET). She died 1361.

More About RICHARD DE MONTFICHET:
Fact 1: Acceded: Stanstead, Essex.
Fact 2: Also named in Feet of Fines 1225 as Richard de Monte Ficheto

Children of RICHARD DE MONTFICHET and MILLICENT (DE MONTFICHET) are:
i. AVELINE5 DE MONTFICHET, d. 1239; m. GUILLAUME II DE FORZ, COUNT DE AUMÂLE; b. Aft. 1191; d. 29 March 1220.
ii. MARGARET DE MONTFICHET, b. f Stanstead, Essex; m. (1) HUGH DE BOLBEC BARON BOLBEC; b. of Styford, Northumberland; d. Abt. 1194; m. (2) SIR PIERS DE FAUCONBERGE; b. of Rise and Withernwick, Holderness, England; d. Aft. May 1230.


12. ROESIA4 DE LUCY (GEOFFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1156 in Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France. She married (1) JOHN DE DOVER before 1194, son of WILLIAM DE DOVER. He was born Abt. 1130 in Probably Chilham, Kent, and died Abt. 1198. She then married (2) NICHOLAS FITZALLEN before 1205.

More About ROESIA DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Also known as "Rose"
Fact 2: Possibly also marred Richard Wrren
Fact 3: Burke states that she is daughter of Richard de Lucy however Kent Feet of Fines confirms her as grandaughter
Fact 4: 1215, A Roesia de Dover (either Roesia de Dover nee Lucy) or her grand-daughter recorded as receiving back Chilham Castle in 1215 and recorded as great-grand-daughter of Fulbert de Lucie/Dover (Philipott p115)

Notes for JOHN DE DOVER: John married Roesia de Lucy, daughter of Geoffrey de Lucy and grand-daughter of Richard de Lucy. John was alive in 1140 and was the heir to his Uncle Hugh's estate of Chilham. He died after 1174 when he made claims for "Garcote" - possibly Charlecote and "Whittesage" in Warwickshire and Leicestershire. Charlecote came through the female line via Cecily de Lucy, around 1200 and her sons William and Simon styled themselves de Lucy.

In the Surrenden library is a deed of Henry II in which John de Dover confirms his brethren the monks of Christ Church Canterbury, the mill near St. Mildred's Church, Canterbury which Hugh of Dover (his uncle) gave them, with his consent, at his death. This was witnessed among others by Robert de Lucy.

More About JOHN DE DOVER:
Fact 1: Alive in 1140
Fact 2: Nephew and heir of his uncle, Hugh de Lucy
Fact 3: Died after 1174
Fact 4: 1174, John of Dover makes claims for "Garcote" - possibly Charlecote and "Whittesage" in Warwickshire and Leicestershire in 1174.
Fact 5: NB: See comment regarding his brother Ralph de Dover

Child of ROESIA DE LUCY and JOHN DE DOVER is:
20. i. FULBERT DE CHILHAM5 DE DOVER, b. Abt. 1178, Chilham, Kent; d. Abt. 1204.


13. MAUD4 DE LUCY (GEOFFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1146. She married ..

More About MAUD DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Recorded in Kent Feet of Fines as Mathilde

Child of MAUD DE LUCY and . is:
21. i. MAUD5 DE LUCY, d. Abt. 1243.


14. GEOFFREY4 DE LUCY (GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1174 in Newington, Kent, England, and died 1234. He married JULIANNE LE DESPENSER 1207, daughter of AYMER LE DESPENSER and AMABEL DE CHESNEY. She was born Abt. 1181, and died Aft. 1227.

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: of Newington
Fact 2: 1215, Signed Magna Carta
Fact 3: Son of Geoffrey (Godfrey?) and Grandson of Richard the "Justiciar".
Fact 4: Geoffrey of Newington possibly son of second wife (ie. half brother to Roesia de Lucy - wife of John de Dover)
Fact 5: Warden of Guernsey between 1206-1207 and for a second time between 1223-1226
Fact 6: 1223, Constable of Berkhamstead Castle
Fact 7: Received Cublington and Chelmescote, Buckinghamshire through his wife

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY and JULIANNE LE DESPENSER:
Marriage: 1207

Children of GEOFFREY DE LUCY and JULIANNE LE DESPENSER are:
22. i. GEOFFREY5 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1208; d. 16 August 1252.
ii. AMAURY DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1210.

More About AMAURY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Coat of arms: 3 luces, or pikes, hauriant argent on a blue ground

iii. MARY DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1217.


15. REYNOLD4 DE LUCY (WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1137 in of Egremont & Coupland, Yorkshire, and died Abt. 11 January 1198/99. He married AMABEL OR AMABILIS FITZDUNCAN Bef. 1162 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England, daughter of WILLIAM FITZDUNCAN and ALICE DE RUMILLY. She was born 1135, and died 1201.

More About REYNOLD DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Near kinsman of Richard de Luci (Lucy) 'the loyal' Chief Justiciar of England
Fact 2: Bet. 1168 - 1175, Honour of Peverel of Nottingham
Fact 3: 1158, Associated with Cumberland
Fact 4: Keeper of Nottingham Castle
Fact 5: Also known as Reginald
Fact 6: Others indicate him to be first son of Godfrey not his brother William
Fact 7: 1151, Egremont Castle passed to Reginald de Lucy on death of William Fitz Duncan
Fact 8: Bet. 1162 - 1164, Witness together with Walter (Abbot of Battle), Godfrey (Bishop of Winchester & son of Richard) & Robert de Luci at the charter of Geoffrey gift of Church of Lesnes Kent to Priory Christ Church, London
Fact 9: Reynold was Gilbert Pipard's brother in law

Notes for AMABEL OR AMABILIS FITZDUNCAN:
It is recorded that AMABILIS DE LUCY was related to PRIAM HIGH KING OF TROY

More About AMABEL OR AMABILIS FITZDUNCAN:
Fact 1: second of three daughters
Fact 3: Also known as Amabilis FitzWilliam

More About REYNOLD DE LUCY and AMABEL FITZDUNCAN:
Marriage: Bef. 1162, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England

Children of REYNOLD DE LUCY and AMABEL FITZDUNCAN are:
23. i. RICHARD5 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1170, of Egremont & Coupland, Yorkshire; d. 12 December 1213, buried: Priory of St. Bees.
24. ii. CECILY DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1172.


16. ALICE4 DE UMPHRAVILLE (ALICE3 DE LUCY, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1161. She married (1) ROGER FITZWALTER. She married (2) WILLIAM DE BERTRAM. He was born Bet. 1120 - 1179, and died 1205.

Child of ALICE DE UMPHRAVILLE and WILLIAM DE BERTRAM is:
i. ROGER5 BERTRAM, b. Bet. 1157 - 1206.


17. MAUD4 FITZWALTER (MATILDA3 DE LUCY, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1161, and died Aft. 1196. She married (1) WILLIAM DE LUVETOT. He died 1181 in of Sheffield, Yotkshire. She married (2) ERNULF DE MAGNAVILLE.

Child of MAUD FITZWALTER and WILLIAM DE LUVETOT is:
i. MAUD5 DE LUVETOT, b. Abt. 1178; d. 1250; m. GERARD DE FURNIVAL II; d. 1218.

More About MAUD DE LUVETOT:
Fact 1: Heiress of Sheffield, Yorkshire & of Worksop, Nottinghamshire.


18. ROBERT4 FITZWALTER (MATILDA3 DE LUCY, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1167 in Little Dunmow, Essex, England, and died 9 December 1235. He married (1) ROHESE (OF BAYNARD). She was born Abt. 1188. He married (2) GUNNOR DE VALOGNES.

Notes for ROBERT FITZWALTER:
Cousin to Eustace de Vesci Baron Vesci, son-in-law to William the Lion.

More About ROBERT FITZWALTER:
Fact 1: Lord of Baynard's Castle. Estates primarily in Essex.
Fact 3: Swaggering, jovial prankster & braggart.
Fact 4: Principal in a plot (w/ his cousin Eustace de Vesci) to overthrow John.
Fact 5: After being found out, received refuge at court of Phiippe Augustus.
Fact 6: His pardon a condition of John's reapproachment with the Pope aft Langdon affair
Fact 7: 26 April 1215, Led force to Northampton to make John sign Magna Carta, John didnt appear.
Fact 8: 3 May 1215, Declared by rebel barons "Marshal of Army of God & Holy Church."
Fact 9: 12 May 1215, John siezed his & other rebels' lands & estates & has Papal support.
Fact 10: Friends within London open the city to FitzWalter.
Fact 11: Offered English Crown to Louis Capet, son of Philippe Augustus.
Fact 12: Ended the uprising; John forced to sign Magna Carta at Runnymeade.

More About GUNNOR DE VALOGNES:
Fact 1: Heiress of her father Robert.

Child of ROBERT FITZWALTER and ROHESE (OF BAYNARD) is:
i. SIR. WALTER5 FITZROBERT, d. Bef. 10 April 1258; m. IDA LONGESPÉE; b. 1222, of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; d. 1269.

More About SIR. WALTER FITZROBERT:
Fact 1: of Woodham Walter, Burnham, Roydon, Henham, Wimbish & Tey, Essex.
Fact 3: Baron Baynard


Children of ROBERT FITZWALTER and GUNNOR DE VALOGNES are:
ii. CHRISTINA5 FITZROBERT, m. WILLIAM DE MANDEVILLE EARL OF ESSEX, 18 November 1220; b. 1176; d. 8 January 1225/26.

More About WILLIAM DE MANDEVILLE EARL OF ESSEX:
Fact 1: 6th Earl.

More About WILLIAM EARL OF ESSEX and CHRISTINA FITZROBERT:
Marriage: 18 November 1220

iii. ROBERT FITZROBERT.
iv. HENRY FITZROBERT.
v. WALTER FITZROBERT, d. 1257.


19. ALICE4 FITZWALTER (MATILDA3 DE LUCY, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1175. She married GILBERT I PECHE. He was born Abt. 1131 in Great Bearings, Suffolk, England, and died Bef. 9 July 1212 in Great Bearings, Suffolk, England.

Child of ALICE FITZWALTER and GILBERT PECHE is:
i. HAMAN II5 PECCHE, b. Abt. 1194, Great Bearings, Suffolk, England; d. 1241, Pilgrimage to Holy Land.

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20. ROBERT5 DE DOVER (ROESIA4 DE LUCY, GEOFFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) He married ISABEL BRIWERRE. She died 1233.

More About ROBERT DE DOVER:
Fact 1: Also recorded as Fulbert

Child of ROBERT DE DOVER and ISABEL BRIWERRE is:
i. ROESIA6 DE DOVER, d. 1261; m. (1) RICHARD FITZ ROY; d. 1246; m. (2) WILLIAM DE WILTON, Bef. 1253.

More About RICHARD FITZ ROY:
Fact 1: Son of Reginald in 1225 Feet of Fines

More About WILLIAM DE WILTON and ROESIA DE DOVER:
Marriage: Bef. 1253


21. MAUD5 DE LUCY (MAUD4, GEOFFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) died Abt. 1243. She married (1) GEOFFREY DE LASCELLES Bef. 1194. He died Bef. 1214. She married (2) RICHARD DE RIVERS 1214. He died Bet. 1221 - 1222.

More About GEOFFREY DE LASCELLES and MAUD DE LUCY:
Marriage: Bef. 1194

More About RICHARD DE RIVERS and MAUD DE LUCY:
Marriage: 1214

Child of MAUD DE LUCY and RICHARD DE RIVERS is:
i. RICHARD6 DE RIVERS.


22. GEOFFREY5 DE LUCY (GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1208, and died 16 August 1252. He married NICHOLE 3 December 1235. She was born Abt. 1212.

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Born before 1223
Fact 2: Coat of arms: 3 luces, or pikes, hauriant argent on a crimson ground

More About NICHOLE:
Fact 1: Geoffrey married a widower

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY and NICHOLE:
Marriage: 3 December 1235

Children of GEOFFREY DE LUCY and NICHOLE are:
25. i. GEOFFREY6 DE LUCY, b. 1237; d. 5 June 1284.
ii. ALMARIC DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1239.

23. RICHARD5 DE LUCY (REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1170 in of Egremont & Coupland, Yorkshire, and died 12 December 1213 in buried: Priory of St. Bees. He married ADA DE MORVILL 1202, daughter of HUGH DE MORVILL and HELWISE DE STUTEVILLE. She died Aft. 1230.

More About RICHARD DE LUCY:
Fact 1: (Dugdale, Foss & Nicolas state) He succeeded his grandfather Richard de Lucy
Fact 2: died during his father's lifetime - possibly, Godfrey the Bishop of Winchester.
Fact 3: his father reputed to be son of elder son of the "Justiciary" named Geoffrey who

More About ADA DE MORVILL:
Fact 1: eldest daughter of Hugh de Morvill

More About RICHARD DE LUCY and ADA DE MORVILL:
Divorce: 1213
Marriage: 1202

Children of RICHARD DE LUCY and ADA DE MORVILL are:
26. i. AMABEL6 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1200; d. Bet. 1276 - 1287.
27. ii. ALICE DE LUCY, b. Bef. 1205; d. Bef. 24 March 1287/88.
iii. MALE DE LUCY, b. 1206, Cockermouth Castle; d. Bef. 1213.


24. CECILY5 DE LUCY (REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1172. She married WALTER DE CHARLECOTE, son of THURSTANE DE MONTFORT. He was born Bef. 1150, and died 1204.


Notes for CECILY DE LUCY:
William de Dover, who was alive in 1140 and had three sons, John, William and Ralph. John married Roesia de Lucy, daughter of Geoffrey de Lucy and grand-daughter of Richard de Lucy (the Justiciar). John was alive in 1140 and was the heir to his Uncle Hugh's estate of Chilham. He died after 1174 when he made claims for "Garcote" - possibly Charlecote and "Whittesage" in Warwickshire and Leicestershire. Charlecote came through the female line via Cecily de Lucy, around 1200 and her sons William and Simon styled themselves de Lucy.

More About CECILY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Possibly "Lucy" from the baronial "de Lucy", Lords of Cockermouth, Cumberland
Fact 2: unidentified Lucy heiress, probably Cecilia de Lucy.
Fact 3: uncertain where the link is to other "de Lucy" relations.
Fact 4: Reynold de Lucy as father speculative and unconfirmed
Fact 5: Dugdale states he was unable to ascertain exact parentage of Cecily de Lucy
Fact 6: 1085, In Great Domesday in 1085 it is recorded that Charlecote is held by Count de Meulan, previously held by Saxi, a free man

Notes for WALTER DE CHARLECOTE:
According to Dugdale, Thurstane de Cherlecote's son Walter received the village of Charlecote from Henry de Montfort about 1190. Walter is said to have married into the Anglo-Norman family of Lucy, and his son adopted the mother's surname.

According to Alice Fairfax-Lucy, in 1189, Walter, son of Thurstan de Montfort of Beldesert, inherited Cherlecote. At the Conquest, Cherlecote had been granted to Robert de Meulan (Mellent), Earl of Leicester, whose daughter, it is believed, married a de Montfort of Beldesert, and who may have been Thurstan's mother. Thurstan received Cherlecote from his father or uncle and was holding it in fee to the Earl of Warwick until 1189, when his son Walter succeeded him, taking the name of de Cherlecote. A marriage between this Walter and an unidentifiable Lucy heiress founded the line of de Lucy of Cherlecote. The lands granted by Thurstan de Montfort to his son were confirmed to him by Richard I and then again by King John.

More About WALTER DE CHARLECOTE:
Fact 1: 1189, Inherited Charlecote from his father probably Thurstane de Montfort who married the daughter of Robert de Meulan
Fact 2: 1085, In Great Domesday in 1085 it is recorded that Charlecote is held by Count de Meulan, previously held by Saxi, a free man

Children of CECILY DE LUCY and WALTER DE CHARLECOTE are:
28. i. SIR. WILLIAM5 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1204, Probably at Charlecote, Warwickshire; d. 1248.
ii. SIMON DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1205, Probably at Charlecote, Warwickshire; d. Aft. 1228.

More About SIMON DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Royal mission to Rome during 8/9 Henry III reign
Fact 2: 1228, Nominated for royal service as justice

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25. GEOFFREY6 DE LUCY (GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1237, and died 5 June 1284. He married ELLEN. She was born Abt. 1241, and died Aft. 1316.

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Still a minor in Jan 1256/7 - Came of age 1258

Child of GEOFFREY DE LUCY and ELLEN is:
29. i. GEOFFREY7 DE LUCY, b. August 1267, Chelmscot, Buckinghamshire, England; d. Bef. 20 January 1304/05.


26. AMABEL6 DE LUCY (RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1200, and died Bet. 1276 - 1287. She married LAMBERT DE MULTON 1213, son of THOMAS DE MULTON and SARAH DE FLETE. He died Bef. 16 November 1246.

More About LAMBERT DE MULTON:
Fact 1: issue took the name of "de Lucy"

More About LAMBERT DE MULTON and AMABEL DE LUCY:
Marriage: 1213

Children of AMABEL DE LUCY and LAMBERT DE MULTON are:
30. i. MALE7 DE MULTON.
ii. JOHN DE MULTON DE LUCY.
31. iii. THOMAS DE MULTON III, b. Abt. 1225; d. Abt. 29 April 1294.


27. ALICE6 DE LUCY (RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bef. 1205, and died Bef. 24 March 1287/88. She married ALAN DE MULTON Bef. 1219, son of THOMAS DE MULTON and SARAH DE FLETE. He died Aft. 1250.

More About ALAN DE MULTON:
Fact 1: issue took name "de Lucy"

More About ALAN DE MULTON and ALICE DE LUCY:
Marriage: Bef. 1219

Children of ALICE DE LUCY and ALAN DE MULTON are:
32. i. JOHN7 DE LUCY, b. Bet. 1195 - 1263.
33. ii. THOMAS DE LUCY, b. Bef. 1250; d. Bef. 9 April 1305.


28. SIR. WILLIAM6 DE LUCY (CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1204, and died 1248. He married (1) YSABELL in Castle of Indlaw, daughter of ABSALON DE ALDERMONESTONE. She was born Abt. 1150, and died in Absalan de Aldermanestone. He married (2) MAUD COTELE. She was born Abt. 1236 in Berenton, Hampshire.

More About SIR. WILLIAM DE LUCY:
Fact 1: 1204, Assumed his mother's surname
Fact 3: 1247, Inherited Charlecote
Fact 4: Possibly "Lucy" from the baronial "de Lucy", Lords of Cockermouth, Cumberland

More About WILLIAM DE LUCY and YSABELL:
Marriage: Castle of Indlaw

More About MAUD COTELE:
Fact 1: sister of John Catele
Fact 3: from Berenton, Hampshire

Child of WILLIAM DE LUCY and MAUD COTELE is:
34. i. WILLIAM7 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1225; d. 1263.

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29. GEOFFREY7 DE LUCY (GEOFFREY6, GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born August 1267 in Chelmscot, Buckinghamshire, England, and died Bef. 20 January 1304/05. He married DESIDERÉE DE LEYBURN. She was born Abt. 1269, and died Aft. 1329.

Child of GEOFFREY DE LUCY and DESIDERÉE DE LEYBURN is:
35. i. GEOFFREY8 DE LUCY, b. 21 January 1287/88, Cublington, Buckinghamshire; d. 18 May 1346.


30. MALE7 DE MULTON (AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1)

Child of MALE DE MULTON is:
36. i. THOMAS8 DE MULTON, b. Abt. 1250.


31. THOMAS7 DE MULTON III (AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1225, and died Abt. 29 April 1294. He married (1) MAUD DE VAUX. She was born 1230. He married (2) ISABEL DE BOLTEBY Bef. 1240, daughter of ADAM DE BOLTEBY. She died Bef. 1294.

More About THOMAS DE MULTON III:
Fact 1: Baron Lucy

More About THOMAS DE MULTON and ISABEL DE BOLTEBY:
Marriage: Bef. 1240

Child of THOMAS DE MULTON and MAUD DE VAUX is:
37. i. ALIVA (ALINE)8 DE MULTON, b. 1255, Bramber, Sussex, England.


Children of THOMAS DE MULTON and ISABEL DE BOLTEBY are:
38. ii. SIR THOMAS8 DE MULTON IV, d. Bef. 24 July 1287.
39. iii. MATILDA (MAUD) DE LUCY, b. 1239; d. 1337.


32. JOHN7 DE LUCY (ALICE6, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bet. 1195 - 1263.

Child of JOHN DE LUCY is:
40. i. MARGARET8 DE LUCY, b. Bet. 1232 - 1292.


33. THOMAS7 DE LUCY (ALICE6, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bef. 1250, and died Bef. 9 April 1305. He married ISABEL DE BOLTEBY, daughter of ADAM DE BOLTEBY. She died Bef. 1294.

More About THOMAS DE LUCY:
Fact 1: 1300, knighted

Children of THOMAS DE LUCY and ISABEL DE BOLTEBY are:
i. THOMAS8 DE LUCY, b. 1281; d. Bef. 24 August 1308; m. CHRISTAN; d. Aft. 1319.

More About THOMAS DE LUCY:
Fact 1: 27 May 1305, Aged 24
Fact 3: no offspring

41. ii. ANTHONY DE LUCY, b. 1283; d. 10 June 1343.


34. WILLIAM7 DE LUCY (WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1225, and died 1263. He married AMICIA DE FOURCHES 1247, daughter of WILLIAM DE FOURCHES.

More About AMICIA DE FOURCHES:
Fact 1: from Herefordshire

More About WILLIAM DE LUCY and AMICIA DE FOURCHES:
Marriage: 1247

Child of WILLIAM DE LUCY and AMICIA DE FOURCHES is:
42. i. FULC8 DE LUCY, b. Bef. 1250; d. 1303.

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35. GEOFFREY8 DE LUCY (GEOFFREY7, GEOFFREY6, GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 21 January 1287/88 in Cublington, Buckinghamshire, and died 18 May 1346. He married KATHERINE. She was born Abt. 1298, and died Aft. 1361.

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: 1322, knight

Child of GEOFFREY DE LUCY and KATHERINE is:
43. i. GEOFFREY9 DE LUCY, b. 1324; d. 12 February 1399/00.


36. THOMAS8 DE MULTON (MALE7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1250.

Child of THOMAS DE MULTON is:
44. i. JOHN9 DE MULTON, b. Abt. 1275.


37. ALIVA (ALINE)8 DE MULTON (THOMAS7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1255 in Bramber, Sussex, England. She married WILLIAM DE BRAOSE VII LORD BRAOSE OF GOWER. He was born Bet. 1220 - 1224 in Bramber, Sussex, England, and died 1 May 1326.

Notes for WILLIAM DE BRAOSE VII LORD BRAOSE OF GOWER:

He was only 12 when his father died. The wardship of William and the de Braose lands were granted by Henry III to Peter des Rievaux. On his fall in 1234 these custodies were passed on to the king's brother, Richard, Earl of Cornwall. When William came of age he took control of the Braose lands in gower, Bramber and Tetbury. He was plagued throughout his life by a series of legal battles with his female relatives.


More About WILLIAM DE BRAOSE VII LORD BRAOSE OF GOWER:
Fact 1: 1 May 1326, Baronies of Gower & Bramber passed onto his son in law John de Mowbray.
Fact 2: 2nd Lord de Braose.
Fact 3: AKA William le Brus.
Fact 4: He was only 12 when his father died

Children of ALIVA DE MULTON and WILLIAM LORD BRAOSE are:
45. i. JOAN9 DE BRAOSE, d. Bet. 1321 - 1324.
ii. WILLIAM DE BRAOSE VIII, b. Abt. 1280; d. Bef. 1 May 1326.
46. iii. ALIVA DE BRAOSE, b. Bet. 1286 - 1290, Bramble or Gower, England; d. 30 July 1331, Swansea.


38. SIR THOMAS8 DE MULTON IV (THOMAS7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) died Bef. 24 July 1287. He married EMOINE LE BOTELER. She died Bet. 1284 - 1287.

More About EMOINE LE BOTELER:
Fact 1: AKA Edmunda le Boteler.

Child of THOMAS DE MULTON and EMOINE LE BOTELER is:
47. i. THOMAS DE MULTON V9 LORD MULTON, b. 21 February 1275/76; d. Bef. 8 February 1321/22.


39. MATILDA (MAUD)8 DE LUCY (THOMAS7 DE MULTON III, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1239, and died 1337. She married SIR. NICHOLAS DE SEGRAVE 1255 in Newington, Kent. He was born 1238 in Seagrave, Leicestershire, England, and died Bef. 12 November 1295.

More About SIR. NICHOLAS DE SEGRAVE:
Fact 1: 1st Lord Segrave. Constable of the Tower of London.
Fact 3: Summoned as Lord Segrave to Montfort's Parliament 24 Dec 1264.
Fact 4: Summoned to Parliament at Shrewsbury 28 Jun 1283.
Fact 5: Summoned to Parliament 24 Jun 1295.
Fact 6: 14 May 1264, Commanded Montfort left flank of Londoners at Lewes.
Fact 7: 14 May 1264, Londoner flank decimated by Prince Edward w/ unheralded savagery.
Fact 8: 5 April 1264, Escaped crippling defeat of de Montfort's forces at Northampton.
Fact 9: Served under Simon de Montfort in Gascony & Wales.
Fact 10: Formally renounced his allegiance to Henry III on the eve of Battle of Lewes.
Fact 11: Received a Royal pardon.
Fact 12: One of the few rebel barons to survive the carnage at Evesham.

More About NICHOLAS DE SEGRAVE and MATILDA DE LUCY:
Marriage: 1255, Newington, Kent

Children of MATILDA DE LUCY and NICHOLAS DE SEGRAVE are:
48. i. JOHN9 DE SEGRAVE, b. 1256, of Seagrave, Leicestershire, England; d. 1325, Gascony.
49. ii. SIR. NICHOLAS DE SEGRAVE II, b. 1258, of Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire, England; d. 25 November 1321.
iii. SIR. HENRY DE SEGRAVE, b. 1260, of Segrave, Leicestershire, England.
iv. STEPHEN DE SEGRAVE, b. 1262, of Seagrave, Leicestershire, England.
50. v. ELEANOR DE SEGRAVE, b. 1270, Seagrave, Leicestershire; d. 1314, Brackley, Northamptonshire.


40. MARGARET8 DE LUCY (JOHN7, ALICE6, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bet. 1232 - 1292. She married SIR. HUGH LOWTHER. He was born Bet. 1226 - 1289.

Child of MARGARET DE LUCY and HUGH LOWTHER is:
i. HUGH9 DE LOWTHER, b. Bet. 1264 - 1318; m. MARGARET WHALE.


41. ANTHONY8 DE LUCY (THOMAS7, ALICE6, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1283 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England, and died 10 June 1343. He married ELIZABETH TILIOL, daughter of ROBERT TILLIOLF and MAUD DE LASCELES. She was born Abt. 1290.

More About ANTHONY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: 1305, "de Lucy" name appears in Gormanston Register at Carlingford
Fact 2: Family settled after Anglo-Norman invasion of 1170
Fact 3: 1332, March 1330/1 - Sept 1332 Chief Justiciar of Ireland
Fact 4: Said to be great-grandson of Richard de Lucy
Fact 5: 1308, Aged 25 at brothers death
Fact 6: 24 June 1314, Fought at Bannockburn & defeated
Fact 7: Bet. 1342 - 1343, Lord Lucy
Fact 8: 4 June 1323, Castle & Honour of Cockermouth

Child of ANTHONY DE LUCY and ELIZABETH are:
51. i. THOMAS9 DE LUCY, b. Bef. 1327; d. 5 December 1365, London.
ii. JOAN DE LUCY, b. Bef. 1327; m. SIR. WILLIAM DE MELTON, Aft. 7 January 1338/39; b. Bef. 1358; d. 7 March 1398/99, Buried at Aston (near Rotherham).


42. FULC8 DE LUCY (WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bef. 1250, and died 1303. He married PETRONILLA.

More About FULC DE LUCY:
Fact 1: At Warwick between 1286-1289
Fact 3: known as "a special lover of good horses"

Child of FULC DE LUCY and PETRONILLA is:
52. i. SIR. WILLIAM9 DE LUCY, b. 1277; d. Aft. 1337.

Generation No. 9

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43. GEOFFREY9 DE LUCY (GEOFFREY8, GEOFFREY7, GEOFFREY6, GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1324, and died 12 February 1399/00. He married MARGERY 1355. She was born Abt. 1315.

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: knight

More About GEOFFREY DE LUCY and MARGERY:
Marriage: 1355

Child of GEOFFREY DE LUCY and MARGERY is:
53. i. SIR. REYNOLD10 LUCY, b. Bef. 1360; d. 9 November 1437.


44. JOHN9 DE MULTON (THOMAS8, MALE7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1275.

More About JOHN DE MULTON:
Fact 1: of Egremont

Child of JOHN DE MULTON is:
54. i. MARGARET10 DE MULTON, b. 1310; d. September 1341.


45. JOAN9 DE BRAOSE (ALIVA (ALINE)8 DE MULTON, THOMAS7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) died Bet. 1321 - 1324. She married (1) JAMES DE BOHUN OF MIDHURST. He was born 3 February 1280/81 in Ford, and died Abt. 30 May 1306. She married (2) SIR RICHARD FOLLIOT Aft. 1306. He was born in of Gressenhall & Weasenham, Norfolk, and died 1317.

More About JOAN DE BRAOSE:
Fact 1: Co-heiress of her father.

More About JAMES DE BOHUN OF MIDHURST:
Fact 1: of Ballymadden, co. Kildare, Ireland.
Fact 2: Had seizin of the manor of Midhurst, Sussex on death of elder brother John.

More About SIR FOLLIOT and JOAN DE BRAOSE:
Marriage: Aft. 1306

Child of JOAN DE BRAOSE and JAMES DE BOHUN is:
i. SIR JOHN DE BOHUN III OF MIDHURST10 LORD BOHUN, b. 14 November 1301, Todham; d. 5 December 1367; m. ISABELLA DE TREGOZ, Bef. 1326; d. Bef. 1342.

More About SIR JOHN DE BOHUN III OF MIDHURST LORD BOHUN:
Fact 1: Accompanied King Edward III to Ireland, 1331, & to France, 1346.
Fact 2: 10 October 1359, Created by writ Lord Bohun.

More About SIR LORD BOHUN and ISABELLA DE TREGOZ:
Marriage: Bef. 1326


Child of JOAN DE BRAOSE and SIR FOLLIOT is:
ii. MARGARET10 FOLLIOT, m. SIR JOHN DE CAMOYS.


46. ALIVA9 DE BRAOSE (ALIVA (ALINE)8 DE MULTON, THOMAS7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bet. 1286 - 1290 in Bramble or Gower, England, and died 30 July 1331 in Swansea. She married (1) SIR JOHN DE MOWBRAY BARON MOWBRAY 1298. He was born 4 September 1286 in Chamb, Norfolk, and died 23 March 1321/22 in York, Yorkshire, England. She married (2) RICHARD DE PERSHELL Aft. 1322.

More About ALIVA DE BRAOSE:
Fact 1: Of Gower, Glamorgan, Wales.

More About SIR JOHN DE MOWBRAY BARON MOWBRAY:
Cause of Death: Executed by hanging.
Fact 1: 2nd Baron Mowbray. Summoned to Parliament during reign of Edward II.
Fact 3: Abt. 1313 made Governor of the city of York.
Fact 4: Abt. 1318 made Governor of Malton & Scarborough castles.
Fact 5: Executed for joining the rebellion of the northern Lords against the Despencers.
Fact 6: Summoned to Parliament 1307-1321 & as a Lord of Parliament 1319.
Fact 7: Executed after the Battle of Boroughbridge.
Fact 8: 1 May 1326, Took possession of baronies of Gower & Bramber upon father in law's death.

More About SIR BARON MOWBRAY and ALIVA DE BRAOSE:
Marriage: 1298

More About RICHARD DE PERSHELL and ALIVA DE BRAOSE:
Marriage: Aft. 1322

Children of ALIVA DE BRAOSE and SIR BARON MOWBRAY are:
i. ELIZABETH10 DE MOWBRAY, m. SIR WILLIAM GASCOIGNE II; b. 17 December 1412, of Gawthorpe, Yorkshire; d. Bet. 1463 - 1464, of Gawthorpe, Yorkshire.
ii. CHRISTIANNA DE MOWBRAY, m. (1) RICHARD DE EMILDON; d. 1333; m. (2) SIR WILLIAM DE PLUMPTON, Bef. 1338; b. of Plumpton, Yorkshire; d. 1362.

More About SIR DE PLUMPTON and CHRISTIANNA DE MOWBRAY:
Marriage: Bef. 1338

iii. JOHN DE MOWBRAY II BARON MOWBRAY, b. 29 November 1310, Hovingham, Yorkshire, England; d. 4 October 1361, York, Yorkshire, England; m. JOAN (JOANNA) PLANTAGENET OF LANCASTER, Abt. 28 February 1326/27; b. 1310, Norfolk, England; d. 7 July 1349.

More About JOHN DE MOWBRAY II BARON MOWBRAY:
Cause of Death: Died of the plague.
Fact 1: 3rd Baron Mowbray. Made Governor of Berwick abt. 1338.
Fact 3: Summoned to Parliament 1334-1361.

More About JOHN BARON MOWBRAY and JOAN PLANTAGENET:
Marriage: Abt. 28 February 1326/27


47. THOMAS DE MULTON V9 LORD MULTON (THOMAS8 DE MULTON IV, THOMAS7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 21 February 1275/76, and died Bef. 8 February 1321/22. He married ELEANOR DE BURGH 3 January 1296/97 in St. Peter's Priory, Ipswich, England. She was born Abt. 1280, and died Aft. 1324.

More About THOMAS LORD MULTON and ELEANOR DE BURGH:
Marriage: 3 January 1296/97, St. Peter's Priory, Ipswich, England

Children of THOMAS LORD MULTON and ELEANOR DE BURGH are:
i. THOMAS10 DE MULTON VI.
ii. JOHN DE MULTON, b. Abt. 1300.
iii. ELIZABETH DE MULTON, b. Abt. 1306; d. Aft. 1344; m. (1) SIR ROBERT DE HARINGTON, Abt. 1327; b. Abt. 1302, of Aldingham, Lancashire; d. 1334, Ireland; m. (2) WALTER DE BIRMINGHAM, Abt. November 1334; b. Abt. 1306.

More About ELIZABETH DE MULTON:
Fact 1: Co-heiress of her brother John.

More About SIR DE HARINGTON and ELIZABETH DE MULTON:
Marriage: Abt. 1327

More About WALTER DE BIRMINGHAM and ELIZABETH DE MULTON:
Marriage: Abt. November 1334


48. JOHN9 DE SEGRAVE (MATILDA (MAUD)8 DE LUCY, THOMAS7 DE MULTON III, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1256 in of Seagrave, Leicestershire, England, and died 1325 in Gascony. He married CHRISTIANA DE PLESSETIS Bet. 1269 - 1270. She was born 1263 in of Stottesdon, Shropshire, England, and died 8 May 1331.

More About JOHN DE SEGRAVE:
Fact 1: 2nd Lord Segrave.
Fact 3: Baron Segrave

More About JOHN DE SEGRAVE and CHRISTIANA DE PLESSETIS:
Marriage: Bet. 1269 - 1270

Children of JOHN DE SEGRAVE and CHRISTIANA DE PLESSETIS are:
i. STEPHEN DE SEGRAVE II10 BARON SEGRAVE, d. Abt. 1325; m. ALICE DE ARUNDEL1; b. 1289; d. 12 December 1325.

More About STEPHEN DE SEGRAVE II BARON SEGRAVE:
Fact 1: Died soon after his father.
Fact 3: 3rd Lord Segrave, not all peerage reviews include him as he died so soon.

ii. MARGARET (ELLEN) DE SEGRAVE, b. Bet. 1271 - 1290; d. June 1343; m. SIR WILLIAM DE FERRERS BARON FERRERS OF GROBY, Abt. 1297; b. 30 January 1271/72, of Groby, Leicestershire; d. 20 March 1324/25.

More About SIR WILLIAM DE FERRERS BARON FERRERS OF GROBY:
Fact 1: Fought in the wars in Scotland of Edward I & Edward II.
Fact 3: Inherited English estates 1295.
Fact 4: Inherited Scottish estates 1298.

More About SIR BARON FERRERS OF GROBY and MARGARET DE SEGRAVE:
Marriage: Abt. 1297

iii. CHRISTIANE DE SEGRAVE, b. 1288, of England.


49. SIR. NICHOLAS9 DE SEGRAVE II (MATILDA (MAUD)8 DE LUCY, THOMAS7 DE MULTON III, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1258 in of Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire, England, and died 25 November 1321. He married ALICE (DE SEGRAVE) 1292.

More About NICHOLAS DE SEGRAVE and ALICE (DE SEGRAVE):
Marriage: 1292

Child of NICHOLAS DE SEGRAVE and ALICE (DE SEGRAVE) is:
i. MAUD10 DE SEGRAVE, m. EDMUND DE BOHUN.


50. ELEANOR9 DE SEGRAVE (MATILDA (MAUD)8 DE LUCY, THOMAS7 DE MULTON III, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1270 in Seagrave, Leicestershire, and died 1314 in Brackley, Northamptonshire. She married ALAN DE LA ZOUCHE LORD ZOUCHE OF ASHBY 1287. He was born 9 October 1267 in Ashby-de-la-Zouche, Leicestershire, and died 25 March 1314 in Brackley, Northamptonshire.

More About ALAN DE LA ZOUCHE LORD ZOUCHE OF ASHBY:
Fact 1: 6th Lord Zouche of Ashby. Governor of Rockingham Castle.

More About ALAN LORD ZOUCHE and ELEANOR DE SEGRAVE:
Marriage: 1287

Children of ELEANOR DE SEGRAVE and ALAN LORD ZOUCHE are:
i. ELIZABETH10 LA ZOUCHE.
ii. ELENA LA ZOUCHE, b. 1288; d. Aft. 1333; m. (1) NICHOLAS DE ST. MAUR, April 1314; d. 8 November 1316; m. (2) ALAN DE CHERLETON, Abt. 1317; d. 1360.

More About NICHOLAS DE ST. MAUR:
Fact 1: Later changed "St. Maur" to "Seymour".

More About NICHOLAS DE ST. MAUR and ELENA LA ZOUCHE:
Marriage: April 1314

More About ALAN DE CHERLETON and ELENA LA ZOUCHE:
Marriage: Abt. 1317

iii. MAUDE LA ZOUCHE, b. Bet. 1289 - 1290, of Ashby, Leicestershire; d. 31 May 1349; m. SIR ROBERT DE HOLAND II BARON HOLAND, Bef. 1309; b. Bet. 1270 - 1280, Upholland, Lancastershire, England; d. 15 October 1328, Boreham Wood, Essex, England.

More About MAUDE LA ZOUCHE:
Fact 1: Co-heiress of her father.
Fact 3: Buried at Brackley, Northamptonshire.

More About SIR ROBERT DE HOLAND II BARON HOLAND:
Cause of Death: Decapitated.
Fact 1: 1st Baron Holand of Upholland.
Fact 3: Buried at Grey Friars', Preston, Lancashire.

More About SIR BARON HOLAND and MAUDE LA ZOUCHE:
Marriage: Bef. 1309


51. THOMAS9 DE LUCY (ANTHONY8, THOMAS7, ALICE6, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bef. 1327, and died 5 December 1365 in London. He married (1) MARGARET DE MULTON Abt. November 1329, daughter of JOHN DE MULTON. She was born 1310, and died September 1341. He married (2) AGNES DE BEAUMONT Aft. 1341, daughter of HENRY DE BEAUMONT. She died Aft. 1359.

More About THOMAS DE LUCY:
Fact 1: no offspring from second marriage to Agnes.

More About MARGARET DE MULTON:
Fact 1: youngest of three daughters of John de Multon

More About THOMAS DE LUCY and MARGARET DE MULTON:
Divorce: September 1341
Marriage: Abt. November 1329

More About THOMAS DE LUCY and AGNES DE BEAUMONT:
Marriage: Aft. 1341

Children of THOMAS DE LUCY and MARGARET DE MULTON are:
55. i. ANTHONY10 DE LUCY, b. Bef. September 1341; d. 1368.
ii. MAUD DE LUCY, b. Bef. September 1341; d. 18 December 1398; m. (1) GILBERT DE UMFRAVILLE; d. Bet. 1380 - 1381; m. (2) SIR. HENRY PERCY, 15 December 1381; b. 10 November 1341; d. 19 February 1407/08.

More About MAUD DE LUCY:
Fact 1: 18 December 1398, On death asked for her arms (3 lucies) to be quartered with Percy (lion rampant)
Fact 3: no issue

More About GILBERT DE UMFRAVILLE:
Fact 1: Earl of Angus
Fact 3: no issue

More About GILBERT DE UMFRAVILLE and MAUD DE LUCY:
Divorce: Bet. 1380 - 1381

More About SIR. HENRY PERCY:
Fact 1: Earl of Northumberland
Fact 3: no issue by second marriage

More About HENRY PERCY and MAUD DE LUCY:
Marriage: 15 December 1381


52. SIR. WILLIAM9 DE LUCY (FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1277, and died Aft. 1337.

More About SIR. WILLIAM DE LUCY:
Fact 1: knighted

Child of SIR. WILLIAM DE LUCY is:
56. i. WILLIAM10 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1300; d. 1365, seige of Calais of dysentry.

Generation No. 10

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53. SIR. REYNOLD10 LUCY (GEOFFREY9 DE LUCY, GEOFFREY8, GEOFFREY7, GEOFFREY6, GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bef. 1360, and died 9 November 1437. He married (1) MARGARET MOWBRAY 1 July 1369 in Chapel at Bretby Castle, Derbyshire, daughter of JOHN DE MOWBRAY and ELIZABETH DE SEGRAVE. She was born Abt. 1361, and died Bet. 1393 - 1401. He married (2) AGNES GOSEBOURNE Bet. 1401 - 1412, daughter of JOHN GOSEBOURNE. She died Aft. 1445.

More About SIR. REYNOLD LUCY:
Fact 1: 1387, knight
Fact 2: also known as "Reginald"
Fact 3: Knight of Dallington & Slapton, Northamptonshire, Newington, Kent, Woodcroft (Luton), Bedfordshire, Cublington, Buckinghamshire, Gaddesden & Wigginton, Hertfordshire

More About REYNOLD LUCY and MARGARET MOWBRAY:
Marriage: 1 July 1369, Chapel at Bretby Castle, Derbyshire

More About REYNOLD LUCY and AGNES GOSEBOURNE:
Marriage: Bet. 1401 - 1412

Children of REYNOLD LUCY and MARGARET MOWBRAY are:
57. i. WALTER11 LUCY, b. Bef. 1373; d. 4 October 1444, "Lesnes" Abbey, Kent.
ii. FEMALE LUCY, b. Bef. 1373; m. JOHN CONSTANTINE.


54. MARGARET10 DE MULTON (JOHN9, THOMAS8, MALE7, AMABEL6 DE LUCY, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1310, and died September 1341. She married THOMAS DE LUCY Abt. November 1329, son of ANTHONY DE LUCY and ELIZABETH. He was born Bef. 1327, and died 5 December 1365 in London.

More About MARGARET DE MULTON:
Fact 1: youngest of three daughters of John de Multon

More About THOMAS DE LUCY:
Fact 1: no offspring from second marriage to Agnes.

More About THOMAS DE LUCY and MARGARET DE MULTON:
Divorce: September 1341
Marriage: Abt. November 1329

Children are listed above under (51) Thomas de Lucy.

55. ANTHONY10 DE LUCY (THOMAS9, ANTHONY8, THOMAS7, ALICE6, RICHARD5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bef. September 1341, and died Bet. 19 August - 16 September 1368 in Palastine on a Crusade. He married JOAN FITZHENRY 29 April 1366, daughter of HENRY FITZHENRY. She died 1 September 1403 in Clerkenwell, Middlesex.

More About ANTHONY DE LUCY:
Fact 1: The last "Lord Lucy"
Fact 2: Died either 19 August or 16 September 1368
Fact 3: It has been suggested that Anthony de Lucy is the "Bees Man" buried at the Priory of St. Bees.

More About ANTHONY DE LUCY and JOAN FITZHENRY:
Marriage: 29 April 1366

Child of ANTHONY DE LUCY and JOAN FITZHENRY is:
i. JOAN11 DE LUCY, b. 1366; d. 30 September 1369.

More About JOAN DE LUCY:
Fact 1: Aged 2 years 3 months in Jan. 1368/9


56. WILLIAM10 DE LUCY (WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1300, and died 1365 in seige of Calais of dysentry.

Children of WILLIAM DE LUCY are:
i. THOMAS11 DE LUCY, b. 1355; d. 1374.
58. ii. SIR. WILLIAM DE LUCY, b. 1356.

Generation No. 11

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57. WALTER11 LUCY (REYNOLD10, GEOFFREY9 DE LUCY, GEOFFREY8, GEOFFREY7, GEOFFREY6, GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bef. 1373, and died 4 October 1444 in "Lesnes" Abbey, Kent. He married ELEANOR ARCEDEKNE Bef. May 1385, daughter of WARIN L'ARCEDEKNE and ELIZABETH TALBOT. She was born 1383 in Richard's Castle, Herefordshire, and died 20 July 1447.

More About WALTER LUCY:
Burial: Chancel of the Friars Minors at Worcester
Fact 1: 1416, knight
Fact 2: 1444, Will proved Canterbury

More About ELEANOR ARCEDEKNE:
Burial: Chancel of the Friars Minors at Worcester
Fact 1: eldest daughter

More About WALTER LUCY and ELEANOR ARCEDEKNE:
Marriage: Bef. May 1385

Children of WALTER LUCY and ELEANOR ARCEDEKNE are:
i. WILLIAM12 LUCY, b. Bef. 1404; d. 10 July 1460, Battle of Northampton; slain by royalists.; m. (1) ELIZABETH PERCY, Bef. 1434; d. 16 October 1455; m. (2) MARGARET JOHAN, Aft. 16 October 1455; d. 4 August 1466.

More About WILLIAM LUCY:
Fact 1: 1447, knight
Fact 2: no offspring

More About WILLIAM LUCY and ELIZABETH PERCY:
Divorce: 1455
Marriage: Bef. 1434

More About WILLIAM LUCY and MARGARET JOHAN:
Marriage: Aft. 16 October 1455

59. ii. MAUD LUCY, b. Bet. 1405 - 1444.
60. iii. ELEANOR LUCY, b. Abt. 1407; d. Abt. 1460.


58. SIR. WILLIAM11 DE LUCY (WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1356. He married ELIZABETH DE LA BARRE 1372.

More About SIR. WILLIAM DE LUCY:
Fact 1: knighted
Fact 3: 1372, married without licence of the King at age of 16

More About WILLIAM DE LUCY and ELIZABETH DE LA BARRE:
Marriage: 1372

Child of WILLIAM DE LUCY and ELIZABETH DE LA BARRE is:
61. i. SIR. THOMAS12 DE LUCY, b. Aft. 1372; d. 1415.

Generation No. 12

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59. MAUD12 LUCY (WALTER11, REYNOLD10, GEOFFREY9 DE LUCY, GEOFFREY8, GEOFFREY7, GEOFFREY6, GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bet. 1405 - 1444. She married WILLIAM VAUX. He was born Abt. 1400.

Child of MAUD LUCY and WILLIAM VAUX is:
62. i. WILLIAM13 VAUX, b. Abt. 1430.


60. ELEANOR12 LUCY (WALTER11, REYNOLD10, GEOFFREY9 DE LUCY, GEOFFREY8, GEOFFREY7, GEOFFREY6, GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1407, and died Abt. 1460. She married THOMAS HOPTON. He was born 1388.

Child of ELEANOR LUCY and THOMAS HOPTON is:
i. ELIZABETH13 HOPTON.


61. SIR. THOMAS12 DE LUCY (WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Aft. 1372, and died 1415. He married ALICE HUGFORD, daughter of WILLIAM HUGFORD and MARJORIE PABENHAM.

More About SIR. THOMAS DE LUCY:
Fact 1: knighted
Fact 3: 1406, Sheriff of Warwickshire & Leicestershire

More About ALICE HUGFORD:
Fact 1: from Shropshire

Child of THOMAS DE LUCY and ALICE HUGFORD is:
63. i. WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, b. 1398; d. 1466.

Generation No. 13

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62. WILLIAM13 VAUX (MAUD12 LUCY, WALTER11, REYNOLD10, GEOFFREY9 DE LUCY, GEOFFREY8, GEOFFREY7, GEOFFREY6, GEOFFREY5, GEOFFREY4, GODFREY3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1430.

Child of WILLIAM VAUX is:
i. NICHOLAS14 VAUX.


63. WILLIAM13 DE LUCY (THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1398, and died 1466. He married ALIANORE DE RUTHIN, daughter of REGINALD DE RUTHIN and JANE ASTLEY.

More About ALIANORE DE RUTHIN:
Fact 1: Name also recorded as Alianore Grey - father was Reginald Grey de Ruthin
Fact 2: Also recorded as Eleanor Grey de Ruthyn

Children of WILLIAM DE LUCY and ALIANORE DE RUTHIN are:
64. i. SIR. WILLIAM14 LUCY, b. 1441; d. 1492, buried: Parish Church of Holy Trinity, Stratford upon Avon.
ii. ELEANOR LUCY, b. Abt. 1443; m. JOHN PULTENEY.

Generation No. 14

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64. SIR. WILLIAM14 LUCY (WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1441, and died 1492 in buried: Parish Church of Holy Trinity, Stratford upon Avon. He married (1) MARGARET BRECKNOCK, daughter of JOHN BRECKNOCK. She was born 1443, and died in Thelesford. He married (2) ALICE HANBURY, daughter of WILLIAM HANBURY. She died in buried: Stratford upon Avon.

More About SIR. WILLIAM LUCY:
Fact 1: 1485, knight of the Bath
Fact 2: first to call himself plain "Lucy"

Child of WILLIAM LUCY and MARGARET BRECKNOCK is:
65. i. SIR. EDMUND15 LUCY, b. 1464; d. April 1495, Thelesford.

Generation No. 15

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65. SIR. EDMUND15 LUCY (WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1464, and died April 1495 in Thelesford. He married (1) .. He married (2) JOAN LUDLOW, daughter of SIR. RICHARD LUDLOW.

More About SIR. EDMUND LUCY:
Fact 1: 1502, knighted
Fact 2: died at the age of 31
Fact 3: 1487, Soldier who held command in Henry VII's battle of East Stoke against Yorkists
Fact 4: 1498, Will proved Canterbury

Child of EDMUND LUCY and . is:
66. i. SIR. THOMAS16 LUCY, b. 1488; d. 3 September 1525, buried: Grey Friars Church, Christ Church, Smithfield, London.

Generation No. 16

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66. SIR. THOMAS16 LUCY (EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1488, and died 3 September 1525 in buried: Grey Friars Church, Christ Church, Smithfield, London. He married ELIZABETH EMPSON 16 September 1510 in Towchester, Northampstonshire, daughter of SIR. RICHARD EMPSON. She was born Abt. 1498.

More About SIR. THOMAS LUCY:
Fact 1: 1512, knighted
Fact 2: had three sons and two daughters
Fact 3: Resident: St. Brides, Fleet Street, London
Fact 4: 1527, Will proved Canterbury

More About THOMAS LUCY and ELIZABETH EMPSON:
Marriage: 16 September 1510, Towchester, Northampstonshire

Children of THOMAS LUCY and ELIZABETH EMPSON are:
67. i. SIR. WILLIAM17 LUCY, b. 1509; d. 1551.
ii. THOMAS LUCY, b. Abt. 1512.

More About THOMAS LUCY:
Fact 1: Resident: Manor of Bickering & Sharpenhoe, Bedfordshire

iii. EDWARD LUCY, b. Abt. 1513.

More About EDWARD LUCY:
Fact 1: Resident: Manor of Claybrook, Leicestershire

iv. ANNA LUCY, b. Abt. 1515; d. Aft. 1525.

More About ANNA LUCY:
Fact 1: married a Monmouthshire knight after fathers death (1525)

68. v. BARBARA LUCY, b. Abt. 1523, Clifford, Herefordshire.

Generation No. 17

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67. SIR. WILLIAM17 LUCY (THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1509, and died 1551. He married ANN FERMER Abt. 1528 in Easton Neston, near Towcester, Northamptonshire, daughter of RICHARD FERMER. She was born in Easton Neston, near Towcester, Northamptonshire, and died 1553 in Charlecote, Warwickshire.

More About SIR. WILLIAM LUCY:
Fact 1: Resident: Manor of Cherlecote
Fact 2: after marriage lived clergy hse, Bishops Hampton while alterations Charlecote
Fact 3: there were 5 daughters and 10 children overall
Fact 4: he was 16 when his father died in 1525

More About WILLIAM LUCY and ANN FERMER:
Marriage: Abt. 1528, Easton Neston, near Towcester, Northamptonshire

Children of WILLIAM LUCY and ANN FERMER are:
69. i. SIR. THOMAS18 LUCY, b. 24 April 1532, Charlecote, Warwickshire; d. 7 July 1600, buried: 7 August 1600 in Charlecote Church, Warwickshire.
ii. RICHARD LUCY, b. Abt. 1536.
iii. WILLIAM LUCY, b. Abt. 1538.
iv. EDWARD LUCY, b. Abt. 1540.
v. ELIZABETH LUCY, b. Abt. 1542.
vi. MARTHA LUCY, b. Abt. 1542.
70. vii. JANE LUCY, b. 1545.
viii. MARIA LUCY, b. Abt. 1544; m. CHRISTOPER HALES.

More About MARIA LUCY:
Fact 1: third daughter

ix. MARTHA LUCY, b. Abt. 1546.
71. x. TIMOTHY LUCY, b. 16 November 1547, Charlecote, Warwickshire; d. 21 January 1615/16, Butterley, Salop.


68. BARBARA17 LUCY (THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1523 in Clifford, Herefordshire. She married RICHARD TRACEY, son of WILLIAM TRACY and MARGARET THROCKMORTON. He was born 1503 in Tewkesbury, Gloucester, and died 1569 in Tewkesbury, Gloucester.

More About BARBARA LUCY:
Fact 1: Pupil of Fox, the Martyrologist.
Fact 3: noted elsewhere as born after 1507

More About RICHARD TRACEY:
Fact 1: of Stanway, Gloucestershire

Child of BARBARA LUCY and RICHARD TRACEY is:
i. PAUL18 TRACEY, b. Bet. 1555 - 1556; d. 1626; m. ANNE SHAKERLY; b. 1563; d. 1615.

Generation No. 18

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69. SIR. THOMAS18 LUCY (WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 24 April 1532 in Charlecote, Warwickshire, and died 7 July 1600 in buried: 7 August 1600 in Charlecote Church, Warwickshire. He married JOYCE ACTON 1548, daughter of THOMAS ACTON. She was born 1533 in Sutton, Warwickshire, and died 10 February 1595/96 in Charlecote, Warwickshire.

Notes for SIR. THOMAS LUCY:
Sir Thomas Lucy (1532-1600) , owner of Charlecote, Warwickshire; educated by John Foxe , the martyrologist, whose Puritan sentiments he adopted; inherited the great Warwickshire estate, 1552; rebuilt his manor house at Charlecote, 1558-9; knighted, 1565; MP, Warwick, 1571 and 1584; alleged to have prosecuted Shakespeare for deer-stealing, 1585; Shakespeare's Justice Shallow.

Charlecote, the home of the Lucy family for over 700 years, is constructed in mellow red brickwork and the great chimneys of Charlecote seem to sum up the very essence of Tudor England. The rich early Victorian interior contains many important objects from Beckford's Fonthill Abbey and outside, the balustraded formal garden gives onto a fine deer park landscaped by 'Capability' Brown.

SIR THOMAS LUCY (1532-1600), the English Warwickshire squire who is traditionally associated with the youth of William Shakespeare, was born on the 24th of April 1532, the son of William Lucy, and was descended, according to Dugdale, from Thurstane de Cherlecote, whose son Walter received the village of Charlecote from Henry de Montfort about 1190. Walter is said to have married into the Anglo-Norman family of Lucy, and his son adopted the mother's surname. Three of Sir Thomas Lucy's ancestors had been sheriffs of Warwickshire and Leicestershire, and on his father's death in 1552 he inherited Sherborne and Hampton Lucy in addition to Charlecote, which was rebuilt for him by John of Padua, known as John Thorpe, about 1558. By his marriage with Joyce Acton he inherited Sutton Parli in Worcestershire, and became in 1586 high sheriff of the county. He was knighted in 1565. He is said to have been under the tutorship of John Foxe, who is supposed to have imbued his pupil with the Puritan principles which he displayed as knight of the shire for Warwick in the parliament of 1571 and as sherif of the county, but as Mrs Carmichael Stopes points out Foxe only left Oxford in 1545, and in 1547 went up to London, so that the connexion must have been short. He often appeared at Stratford-on-Avon as justice of the peace and as commissioner of musters for the county. As justice of the peace he showed great zeal against the Catholics, and took his share in the arrest of Edward Arden in 1583. In 1585 he introduced into parliament a bill for the better preservation of game and grain, an his reputation as a preserver of game gives some colour to the Shakespearian tradition connected with his name. Nicholas Rowe, writing in 1710, told a story that Lucy prosecuted Shakespeare for deer-stealing, and this Shakespeare aggravated the offence by writing a ballad on his prosecutor. The trouble arising from this incident is said to have driven Shakespeare from Stratford to London. The tale was corroborated by Archdeacon Davies of Sapperton, Gloucestershire, who died in 1708. The story is not necessarily falsified by the fact that there was no deer park at Charlecote at the time, since there was a warren, and the term warren legally covers a preserve for other animals than hares or rabbits, roe-deer among others. Shakespeare is generally supposed to have caricatured the local magnate of Stratford in his portrait of Justice Shallow, who made his first appearance in the second part of Henry IV., and a second in the Merry Wives of Windsor. Robert Shallow is a justice of the peace in the county of Gloucester and his ancestors have the dozen white luces in their coats, the arms of the Lucys being three luces, while in Dugdale's Warwickshire (ed. 1656) there is drawn a coat-of-arms in which these are repeated in each of the four quarters, making twelve in all. There are many considerations which make it unlikely that Shallow represents Lucy, the chief being the noteworthy difference in their circumstances. Lucy died at Charlecote on the 7th of July 1600. His grandson, Sir Thomas Lucy (1585-1640), was a friend of Lord Herbert of Cherbury, and was eulogized by John Davies of Hereford in 1610. The Charlecote estates eventually passed to the Rev. John Hammond through his marriage with Alice Lucy, and in 1789 he adopted the name of Lucy.

More About SIR. THOMAS LUCY:
Fact 1: 1565, knighted 1565 by Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, deputizing forElizabeth I
Fact 2: lived at Charlecote on banks of River Avon
Fact 3: also married 1595/6 aged 63.
Fact 4: Abt. 1583, associated with Shakespeare as "Justice Shallow"
Fact 5: 1551, Inherited Charlecote in 1551
Fact 6: August 1572, Entertained Elizabeth 1st at Charlecote
Fact 7: Commissioner of Musters at the time of the Spanish Armada
Fact 8: Coat of arms: 3 luces, or pikes, hauriant argent on a crimson ground.
Fact 9: Two children - full-length effigies in Charlecote Church.

More About THOMAS LUCY and JOYCE ACTON:
Marriage: 1548

Children of THOMAS LUCY and JOYCE ACTON are:
72. i. ANN19 LUCY, b. 1550.
73. ii. SIR. THOMAS LUCY, b. 1551; d. 1605, Charlecote, Warwickshire.


70. JANE18 LUCY (WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1545. She married GEORGE VERNEY.

More About JANE LUCY:
Fact 1: second daughter

Child of JANE LUCY and GEORGE VERNEY is:
i. ELIZABETH19 VERNEY, b. 1566; d. 1612; m. SIR. JOHN BOURCHIER.


71. TIMOTHY18 LUCY (WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 16 November 1547 in Charlecote, Warwickshire, and died 21 January 1615/16 in Butterley, Salop. He married SUSANNA FANSHAWE 1 September 1583 in Chigwell, Essex. She was born 1567 in Valence House, Dagenham, Essex, and died 1610.

Notes for TIMOTHY LUCY:
Although the grounds of Valence House were built over between 1922-38 during the construction of the LCC's hugh Beacontree estate, the house itself remains in a small park as the Records Office of the Borough of Barking & Dagenham. It contains extensive records of its residents incl. the Fanshawe family.

More About TIMOTHY LUCY:
Fact 1: Youngest son of William Lucy (abt. 1510-51) & Ann Fermer
Fact 2: Abt. 1594, Resident: Valence House, Dagenham, Essex
Fact 3: Occupation: MP for Warwick 1571 & 1584 - BA Oxford 1567
Fact 4: Elsewhere recorded as fourth son of William Lucy
Fact 5: Had 3 sons and 4 daughters

More About SUSANNA FANSHAWE:
Fact 1: Married aged 15 and a half

More About TIMOTHY LUCY and SUSANNA FANSHAWE:
Marriage: 1 September 1583, Chigwell, Essex

Child of TIMOTHY LUCY and SUSANNA FANSHAWE is:
74. i. DANIEL19 LUCY, b. 1594, Warwickshire, England or Dagenham, Essex; d. 1627, Jamestown, Virginia, New England.

Generation No. 19

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72. ANN19 LUCY (THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1550. She married SIR. EDWARD ASTON.

More About SIR. EDWARD ASTON:
Fact 1: knighted
Fact 3: of Tixall, Staffordshire

Children of ANN LUCY and EDWARD ASTON are:
i. SIR. WALTER20 ASTON.

More About SIR. WALTER ASTON:
Fact 1: Lord Aston of Forfar

ii. JANE ASTON, b. 1577.
iii. JOYCE ASTON.


73. SIR. THOMAS19 LUCY (THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1551, and died 1605 in Charlecote, Warwickshire. He married (1) DOROTHY ARNOLD, daughter of SIR. NICHOLAS ARNOLD. He married (2) CONSTANCE KINGSMILL, daughter of SIR. RICHARD KINGSMILL. She died Aft. 1605.

More About SIR. THOMAS LUCY:
Fact 1: 1595, knighted
Fact 2: he had 6 sons and 8 daughters, with second wife Constance
Fact 3: only son of Thomas Lucy
Fact 4: 1605, buried in chapel, north side of Charlecote Church

More About THOMAS LUCY and DOROTHY ARNOLD:
Divorce: Abt. 1580

More About CONSTANCE KINGSMILL:
Fact 1: had 6 sons and 8 daughters (second Wife)
Fact 3: an heiress worth £40, 000 to her husband
Fact 4: Her cousin Richard Kingsmill was neighbour of Daniel Lucy in Jamestown, Virginia

Children of THOMAS LUCY and DOROTHY ARNOLD are:
i. THOMAS20 LUCY, b. Abt. 1575; d. Abt. 1575.

More About THOMAS LUCY:
Fact 1: died young

ii. JOYCE LUCY, b. Abt. 1575; m. SIR. WILLIAM COOK.

More About SIR. WILLIAM COOK:
Fact 1: knighted
Fact 3: of Highnam Gloucetershire


Children of THOMAS LUCY and CONSTANCE KINGSMILL are:
75. iii. SIR. THOMAS20 LUCY, b. 1585; d. 8 December 1640.
iv. BRIDGET LUCY, b. Abt. 1587; m. RICHARD KNIGHTLEY.

More About BRIDGET LUCY:
Fact 1: eldest daughter

More About RICHARD KNIGHTLEY:
Fact 1: Lord of Fawsley

v. ELIZABETH LUCY, b. Abt. 1590; m. SIR. ANTHONY HUNGERFORD.

More About ELIZABETH LUCY:
Fact 1: second daughter

76. vi. SIR. RICHARD LUCY, b. 1592; d. 6 April 1667.
vii. ANNE LUCY, b. Abt. 1593; m. SIR. ROBERT WHITNEY.

More About ANNE LUCY:
Fact 1: third daughter

More About SIR. ROBERT WHITNEY:
Fact 1: of Whitney, Herefordshire

viii. GEORGE LUCY, b. 1593; d. Slain in France.
77. ix. REV. WILLIAM LUCY, b. 1594, Hurstbourne, Hampshire; d. 4 October 1677, Buried: Collegiate Church, Brecon..
x. ROBERT LUCY, b. Abt. 1595; d. 1615, France.
xi. SUSANNA LUCY, b. Abt. 1598; m. ROBERT CHAMBERLAYNE.
78. xii. FRANCIS LUCY, b. 1600; d. 1686, buried: Hammersmith Church, West London.


74. DANIEL19 LUCY (TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1594 in Warwickshire, England or Dagenham, Essex, and died 1627 in Jamestown, Virginia, New England. He married (1) JOAN BURGHILL Aft. 1610. He married (2) ABIGAIL Abt. 1617 in Warwickshire, England. She was born Abt. 1600 in Warwickshire, England, and died Aft. 1627 in Jamestown, Virginia, New England.

More About DANIEL LUCY:
Fact 1: June 1624, Emigrated to Jamestown Virginia in the "Susan" in 1624
Fact 2: 1624, Given patent of four acres of land on Jamestown Island and served on two juries
Fact 3: youngest son of Timothy Lucy
Fact 4: 1627, Died owing £500 of tobacco to neighbour, Richard Kingsmill.
Fact 5: Richard Kingsmill was cousin of Constance Kingsmill, wife of Thomas Lucy

Notes about DANIEL LUCY:
When King James I assumed responsibility for the colony of Virginia after he dissolved the Virginia Company of London in 1624, he ordered Virginia's leaders to make a record of the colony's inhabitants and their provisions. Richard Kingsmill (spelt Kingsmell) with his wife Jane, son Nathaniell (aged 5) and daughter Susan (aged 1) were resident at the 'Neck-of-Land' near 'James Citty' in the Virgina Muster (survey) of 4th February 1624/25. Richard arrived on the ship 'Delaware' while his wife and servant on the ship 'Susan'. This is the first census ever held in America. There is no record of Daniel de Lucy at this time. He arrived in Jamestown, later the same year. Richard Kingsmill held 5 houses and one boat on this site.

More About DANIEL LUCY and JOAN BURGHILL:
Marriage: Aft. 1610

More About ABIGAIL:
Fact 1: "the tanner's daughter"

More About DANIEL LUCY and ABIGAIL:
Marriage: Abt. 1617, Warwickshire, England

Children of DANIEL LUCY and ABIGAIL are:
79. i. SAMUEL20 LUCY, b. 1618, Warwickshire, England; d. 1662, Charles City County, Virginia, New England.
ii. JANE LUCY, b. Abt. 1620.
iii. NATHANIEL LUCY, b. 1622, England.
iv. SUSAN LUCY, b. 1623, England.

Generation No. 20

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75. SIR. THOMAS20 LUCY (THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1585, and died 8 December 1640. He married ALICE SPENCER, daughter of THOMAS SPENCER. She was born Abt. 1585 in Probably Claverdon, and died 17 August 1648.

Notes for SIR. THOMAS LUCY:
Lucy, Thomas, Sir (1585-1640) , grandson of Sir Thomas *Lucy (1532-1600); of Magdalen College, Oxford; student of Lincoln's Inn, 1602; knighted, 1614; MP, Warwickshire, 1614, 1621, 1624, 1625, 1626, 1628, and 1640; friend of Lord Herbert of Cherbury ( see also Herbert, Edward, first Baron Herbert of Cherbury ).


More About SIR. THOMAS LUCY:
Fact 1: 1614, knighted
Fact 3: 1619, arms of 3 lucies or pikes hauriant confirmed
Fact 4: Black & white Carrara marble tomb in Charlecote Church by sculptor Schurman
Fact 5: Died as a result of an accident on horseback
Fact 6: Abt. 1630, Sir William Dugdale visted Charlecote and recorded 'roll-of-arms'

More About ALICE SPENCER:
Fact 1: Aunt to the great Duke of Marlborough

Children of THOMAS LUCY and ALICE SPENCER are:
i. CONSTANCE21 LUCY, b. 1596; m. (1) SIR. WILLIAM SPENCER; m. (2) SIR. EDWARD SMITH.

More About CONSTANCE LUCY:
Fact 1: Epitaph in Latin in Chruch of Holy Trinity, Minories, UK
Fact 3: Died aged 10

More About SIR. WILLIAM SPENCER:
Fact 1: Resident: Yarnton, Oxfordshire and Claverdon, Warwickshire

ii. SPENCER LUCY, b. Bef. 1598; d. 1649; m. MARY BRETT, 1643.

More About SPENCER LUCY:
Fact 1: Colonel in King Charles I's army.
Fact 3: died without issue
Fact 4: 8 November 1643, Doctor of Medicine at Oxford

More About SPENCER LUCY and MARY BRETT:
Marriage: 1643

iii. MARGARET LUCY, b. 1598.
80. iv. ROBERT LUCY, b. Bef. 1599; d. 1658.
v. BRIDGET LUCY, b. 1599; m. SIR. BRYAN BROUGHTON, 1660.

More About SIR. BRYAN BROUGHTON:
Fact 1: Resident: Broughton, Staffordshire

More About BRYAN BROUGHTON and BRIDGET LUCY:
Marriage: 1660

81. vi. SIR. RICHARD LUCY, b. 1600; d. 1677.
82. vii. THOMAS LUCY, b. 1624; d. 1684.
viii. MALE LUCY, b. Aft. 1625.
83. ix. SIR. FULKE LUCY, b. Aft. 1626; d. 1677.
x. ALICE LUCY, b. Abt. 1630; m. SIR. WILLIAM UNDERHILL.

More About SIR. WILLIAM UNDERHILL:
Fact 1: Resident: Idlicote, Warwickshire

xi. MARY LUCY, b. Abt. 1630; m. SIR. MATTHEW HERBERT.

More About SIR. MATTHEW HERBERT:
Fact 1: Resident: Broomfield, Salop

xii. ELIZABETH LUCY, b. Abt. 1630; m. SIR. JOHN WALCOT.

More About SIR. JOHN WALCOT:
Fact 1: Resident: Walcot, Salop


76. SIR. RICHARD20 LUCY (THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1592, and died 6 April 1667. He married ELIZABETH COCK Aft. 1616, daughter of SIR. HENRY COCK. She died 1645.

Notes for SIR. RICHARD LUCY:
Lucy, Richard, Sir and first baronet (1592-1667) , son of Sir Thomas *Lucy (1532-1600); BA, Exeter College, Oxford, 1611; created baronet, 1618; MP for Old Sarum in the Long Parliament, 1647, for Hertfordshire in *Cromwell's parliament, 1654 and 1656.


More About SIR. RICHARD LUCY:
Fact 1: 8 January 1617/18, knighted at Whitehall
Fact 2: 11 March 1618/19, created baronet
Fact 3: Richard of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire
Fact 4: 4 April 1667, Founded in his will Endowment Fund for C of E church in Broxbourne - which existed from rental charge on residents of Godsfield & Wield Hampshire until 1952

More About RICHARD LUCY and ELIZABETH COCK:
Marriage: Aft. 1616

Children of RICHARD LUCY and ELIZABETH COCK are:
84. i. KINGSMILL21 LUCY, b. Aft. 1616; d. 1678.
85. ii. CONSTANTIA LUCY, b. Abt. 1635; d. 1680.


77. REV. WILLIAM20 LUCY (THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1594 in Hurstbourne, Hampshire, and died 4 October 1677 in Buried: Collegiate Church, Brecon.. He married MARTHA ANGELL 12 February 1628/29, daughter of WILLIAM ANGELL and JOAN POVEY. She died 21 January 1671/72.

Notes for REV. WILLIAM LUCY:
Lucy, William (1594-1677) , bishop of St David's; of the Charlecote family; educated at Trinity College, Oxford; BA, 1615; entered Caius College, Cambridge, 1615; BD, 1623; bishop of St David's, 1660; inhibited the archdeacon of Brecon from holding visitations in his diocese; published controversial works.


More About REV. WILLIAM LUCY:
Fact 1: 1660, Bishop of St.David's (suffered during the Interregnum)
Fact 3: Aft. 1619, Rector of Burghclere (Burrow Cleere), Hampshire
Fact 4: He left seven children (5 sons & 2 daughters)
Fact 5: 18 November 1613, BA at Trinity College Oxford
Fact 6: 12 June 1615, MA Caius College Cambridge
Fact 7: Monumental tombstones for Bishop Lucy, wife & dghtr Martha at Brecon Cathedral

More About WILLIAM LUCY and MARTHA ANGELL:
Marriage: 12 February 1628/29

Children of WILLIAM LUCY and MARTHA ANGELL are:
i. SPENCER21 LUCY, b. Abt. 1635; d. 14 July 1691, Oxford.

More About SPENCER LUCY:
Fact 1: became Canon & Treasurer of St. David
Fact 3: Vicar of Penbryn

86. ii. KINGSMILL LUCY, b. Abt. 1635; d. June 1673, buried at Ely.
87. iii. GEORGE LUCY, b. Abt. 1635; d. 28 January 1691/92, Henllan, Pembrokeshire.
iv. ANGELL LUCY, b. Abt. 1635.
v. MARTHA LUCY, b. Abt. 1635; d. 13 September 1676.
vi. FEMALE LUCY, b. Abt. 1635; m. HARLEY.
vii. ROBERT LUCY, b. Abt. 1635.

More About ROBERT LUCY:
Fact 1: became registrar of St. David

viii. RICHARD LUCY, b. Abt. 1635.

More About RICHARD LUCY:
Fact 1: became chancellor of St. David


78. FRANCIS20 LUCY (THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1600, and died 1686 in buried: Hammersmith Church, West London. He married ELIZABETH MOLESWORTH 9 December 1630 in St. Edmunds, Lombard Street, daughter of NEVILLE MOLESWORTH. She was born 1613 in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, and died 1691.

Notes for FRANCIS LUCY:
The copy of the wills of Francis Lucy and his wife Elizabeth at the Society of Genealogists
Other info at Society of Genealogists :
1 Francis Lucy dates given as 1606-96 and 1598-
1 Constance Lucy brought up in house of her grandfather Sir Francis Walsingham
2 Sir Philip Meadows (Medows) : his great gandson created Earl of Manvers

More About FRANCIS LUCY:
Fact 1: youngest son of second wife of Sir Thomas Lucy
Fact 2: 1630, Resident: Lincoln's Inn
Fact 3: MP for Warwick town

More About FRANCIS LUCY and ELIZABETH MOLESWORTH:
Marriage: 9 December 1630, St. Edmunds, Lombard Street

Children of FRANCIS LUCY and ELIZABETH MOLESWORTH are:
88. i. ELIZABETH21 LUCY, b. Abt. 1627.
89. ii. MARTHA LUCY, b. Abt. 1628.
90. iii. CONSTANCE LUCY, b. 1629, Westminster.


79. SAMUEL20 LUCY (DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1618 in Warwickshire, England, and died 1662 in Charles City County, Virginia, New England.

More About SAMUEL LUCY:
Fact 1: 8 years old when his father died in 1627

Children of SAMUEL LUCY are:
91. i. CAPTAIN ROBERT21 LUCY, b. 1641, Charles City, Virginia, New England; d. 11 September 1692, Fleur Dieu Hundred, Charles City County, Virginia, New England.
92. ii. FRANCIS LUCY, b. Abt. 1649, Jamestown, Virginia, New England; d. 1676, Surrey County, Virginia, New England.
iii. ELIZABETH LUCY, b. 1657, Virginia, New England; d. 1685, Henrico County, Virginia, New England; m. PHILIP THOMAS, Abt. 1675.

More About PHILIP THOMAS and ELIZABETH LUCY:
Marriage: Abt. 1675

Generation No. 21

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80. ROBERT21 LUCY (THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Bef. 1599, and died 1658. He married MARGARET SPENCER 1654, daughter of ROBERT SPENCER. She was born Bet. 1600 - 1640.

More About ROBERT LUCY:
Fact 1: 1649, Inherited Charlecote
Fact 3: Died without male issue

More About ROBERT LUCY and MARGARET SPENCER:
Marriage: 1654

Child of ROBERT LUCY and MARGARET SPENCER is:
i. BRIDGET22 LUCY, b. 1655; m. VISCOUNT MOLINEUX.

More About BRIDGET LUCY:
Fact 1: only daughter

More About VISCOUNT MOLINEUX:
Fact 1: 4th Viscount
Fact 3: of Sefton


81. SIR. RICHARD21 LUCY (THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1600, and died 1677. He married ELIZABETH URREY, daughter of JOHN URREY.

More About SIR. RICHARD LUCY:
Fact 1: 1658, Inherited Charlecote
Fact 3: 1647, Sherriff
Fact 4: 1653, Declined the oath to Cromwell
Fact 5: 1618, knighted

Children of RICHARD LUCY and ELIZABETH URREY are:
93. i. CAPT. THOMAS22 LUCY, b. Abt. 1630; d. 1684, died suddenly of smallpox.
ii. CONSTANCE LUCY, b. Abt. 1630; m. SIR. JOHN BURGOYNE.

More About SIR. JOHN BURGOYNE:
Fact 1: Resident: Sutton, Bedfordshire


82. THOMAS21 LUCY (THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1624, and died 1684. He married KATHERINE WHEATLEY, daughter of ROBERT WHEATLEY.

More About THOMAS LUCY:
Fact 1: 1677, Captain of horse under Aubrey de Vere, Earl of Oxford
Fact 3: No male issue, only one daughter

More About THOMAS LUCY and KATHERINE WHEATLEY:
Divorce: 1684

Child of THOMAS LUCY and KATHERINE WHEATLEY is:
i. ELIZABETH22 LUCY, b. Abt. 1655; m. CLEMENT THROCKMORTON.

More About ELIZABETH LUCY:
Fact 1: only daughter

More About CLEMENT THROCKMORTON:
Fact 1: Resident: Hasely, Warwickshire


83. SIR. FULKE21 LUCY (THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Aft. 1626, and died 1677. He married ISABELLA DAVENPORT, daughter of JOHN DAVENPORT. She was born Abt. 1625.

More About SIR. FULKE LUCY:
Fact 1: knighted
Fact 3: sixth son of Sir Thomas Lucy

More About ISABELLA DAVENPORT:
Fact 1: From Cheshire
Fact 3: Sole heir of father John Davenport

Children of FULKE LUCY and ISABELLA DAVENPORT are:
i. DAVENPORT22 LUCY, b. Abt. 1650; d. 1690, Killed at the Seige of Limerick.

More About DAVENPORT LUCY:
Fact 1: Occupation: Soldier & followed William III to Ireland
Fact 3: Died unmarried

ii. COL. GEORGE LUCY, b. Abt. 1650; d. 1721; m. (1) MARY BOHUN, 1697; d. 1708; m. (2) JANE BOHUN, 1712.

More About COL. GEORGE LUCY:
Fact 1: died childless
Fact 3: Occupation: Soldier - Colonel of Militia

More About GEORGE LUCY and MARY BOHUN:
Marriage: 1697

More About JANE BOHUN:
Fact 1: Brought Spitalfields Market to the family
Fact 3: cousin of Mary Bohun, George's first wife.

More About GEORGE LUCY and JANE BOHUN:
Marriage: 1712

iii. REV. DR. WILLIAM LUCY, b. Abt. 1650; d. 1723; m. FRANCES BALGUY.

More About REV. DR. WILLIAM LUCY:
Fact 1: 1721, Inherited Charlecote 1721
Fact 3: exchanged his living in Tolland, Somerset for Hampton Lucy.
Fact 4: known as "Dr. William".

94. iv. FULKE LUCY, b. Abt. 1650; d. Bef. 1744.
95. v. ALICE LUCY, b. Abt. 1650; d. Bef. 1786.
vi. MARY LUCY, b. Abt. 1650.
vii. CATHERINE LUCY, b. Abt. 1650.


84. KINGSMILL21 LUCY (RICHARD20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Aft. 1616, and died 1678. He married THEOPHILIA, daughter of EARL OF BERKELEY GEORGE.

More About KINGSMILL LUCY:
Fact 1: Resident: Facombe, Hampshire

Child of KINGSMILL LUCY and THEOPHILIA is:
96. i. BERKELEY22 LUCY, b. 1662; d. 19 November 1759.


85. CONSTANTIA21 LUCY (RICHARD20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1635, and died 1680. She married HENRY HARE Abt. 1665. He was born 1636, and died 1708.

More About HENRY HARE:
Fact 1: Antiquary with estates in Tottenham, Middlesex

More About HENRY HARE and CONSTANTIA LUCY:
Marriage: Abt. 1665

Child of CONSTANTIA LUCY and HENRY HARE is:
i. HUGH22 HARE, b. 1668; d. 1707.


86. KINGSMILL21 LUCY (WILLIAM20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1635, and died June 1673 in buried at Ely.

More About KINGSMILL LUCY:
Fact 1: 11 June 1673, Beatrice Povey 11 June 1673 kinswoman of Kingsmill Lucey of Castle Carey
Fact 3: Educated at Christ Church College
Fact 4: Occupation: Barrister-at-Law

Children of KINGSMILL LUCY are:
i. FRANCES22 LUCY, b. Abt. 1660.
ii. MARGARET LUCY, b. Abt. 1660.
iii. MAURICE LUCY, b. Abt. 1660.
iv. ARABELLA LUCY, b. Abt. 1660.
v. MARY LUCY, b. Abt. 1660; m. WILLIAM NASH, 13 April 1689, Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey.

More About WILLIAM NASH and MARY LUCY:
Marriage: 13 April 1689, Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey

vi. WILLIAM LUCY, b. Abt. 1660; m. URSULAH ATKINS, 9 December 1684, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster.

More About WILLIAM LUCY and URSULAH ATKINS:
Marriage: 9 December 1684, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster

vii. KINGSMILL LUCY, b. Abt. 1666; d. 30 July 1680.


87. GEORGE21 LUCY (WILLIAM20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1635, and died 28 January 1691/92 in Henllan, Pembrokeshire. He married ELIZABETH.

Children of GEORGE LUCY and ELIZABETH are:
i. ANGELL22 LUCY, b. Abt. 1660; m. MARY LUCY, 14 December 1693, Dewsland Hundred, Pembroke, Wales; b. Abt. 1665.

More About ANGELL LUCY and MARY LUCY:
Marriage: 14 December 1693, Dewsland Hundred, Pembroke, Wales

ii. SPENCER LUCY, b. Abt. 1660.
iii. GEORGE LUCY, b. Abt. 1660.
iv. FLORENCE LUCY, b. Abt. 1660.


88. ELIZABETH21 LUCY (FRANCIS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1627. She married EDWARD ATKINS 9 December 1656 in St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster.

More About EDWARD ATKINS and ELIZABETH LUCY:
Marriage: 9 December 1656, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster

Children of ELIZABETH LUCY and EDWARD ATKINS are:
i. RICHARD22 ATKINS, m. REBECCA SPARKS, 24 March 1693/94, All Hallows, London Wall.

More About RICHARD ATKINS and REBECCA SPARKS:
Marriage: 24 March 1693/94, All Hallows, London Wall

ii. URSULAH ATKINS, m. WILLIAM LUCY, 9 December 1684, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster; b. Abt. 1660.

More About WILLIAM LUCY and URSULAH ATKINS:
Marriage: 9 December 1684, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster

iii. EDWARD ATKINS, b. 8 March 1662/63, St. Andrew, Holborn.


89. MARTHA21 LUCY (FRANCIS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1628. She married SIR. SAMULE EYRE 21 October 1661 in Westminster. He was born 1636 in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire.

More About SIR. SAMULE EYRE:
Fact 1: Knight of Newhouse, Wiltshire

More About SAMULE EYRE and MARTHA LUCY:
Marriage: 21 October 1661, Westminster

Children of MARTHA LUCY and SAMULE EYRE are:
i. FRANCIS22 EYRE, b. 1670, Newhouse, Wiltshire.
ii. HENRY SAMUEL EYRE, b. 1672, Newhouse, Wiltshire.
iii. LADY MARTHA EYRE, b. 1676, Newhouse, Wiltshire.


90. CONSTANCE21 LUCY (FRANCIS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1629 in Westminster. She married SIR. PHILIP MEADOWS 4 April 1661 in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, son of DANIEL MEDOWS and ELIZABETH SMITH. He was born 4 January 1624/25 in Chattisham, Suffolk, and died 16 February 1717/18.

More About SIR. PHILIP MEADOWS:
Fact 1: Knight Marshall of King James Palace, Hammersmith, Middlesex

More About PHILIP MEADOWS and CONSTANCE LUCY:
Marriage: 4 April 1661, St. Clement Danes, Westminster

Children of CONSTANCE LUCY and PHILIP MEADOWS are:
i. ELIZABETH22 MEADOWS, b. 1668, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster; d. 4 December 1728; m. THOMAS POWYS, 1690; b. Bef. 1664, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster.

More About THOMAS POWYS and ELIZABETH MEADOWS:
Marriage: 1690

ii. ARABELLA MEADOWS, b. 1670, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster; m. RICHARD DYOTT, 1692; b. Bef. 1666, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster.

More About RICHARD DYOTT and ARABELLA MEADOWS:
Marriage: 1692

iii. PHILIP MEADOWS, b. 1673, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster; d. 5 December 1757, Brompton, Kensington; m. DOROTHY BOSCAWEN, 1698; b. 1680.

More About PHILIP MEADOWS:
Fact 1: 1757, Buried: Kensington

More About PHILIP MEADOWS and DOROTHY BOSCAWEN:
Marriage: 1698

iv. CONSTANCE MEADOWS, b. 1675; m. JOSEPH CRAIG, 1696; b. Bef. 1671.

More About JOSEPH CRAIG:
Fact 1: also spelt "Cragg"

More About JOSEPH CRAIG and CONSTANCE MEADOWS:
Marriage: 1696


91. CAPTAIN ROBERT21 LUCY (SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1641 in Charles City, Virginia, New England, and died 11 September 1692 in Fleur Dieu Hundred, Charles City County, Virginia, New England. He married SARAH BARKER Abt. 1670 in Fleur Dieu Hundred, Charles City County, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1640 in Jamestown, Virginia, and died Aft. 11 September 1692.

More About CAPTAIN ROBERT LUCY:
Fact 1: Elsewhere recorded as born 1643
Fact 2: Served as Captain in King's militia and was at Bacon's Rebellion

More About ROBERT LUCY and SARAH BARKER:
Marriage: Abt. 1670, Fleur Dieu Hundred, Charles City County, Virginia

Child of ROBERT LUCY and SARAH BARKER is:
97. i. SAMUEL22 LUCY, b. 1680, Charles City, Virginia, New England.


92. FRANCIS21 LUCY (SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1649 in Jamestown, Virginia, New England, and died 1676 in Surrey County, Virginia, New England.

More About FRANCIS LUCY:
Cause of Death: Died of fever in Spring 1676

Child of FRANCIS LUCY is:
98. i. EDWARD (?)22 LUCY, b. Abt. 1675.

Generation No. 22

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93. CAPT. THOMAS22 LUCY (RICHARD21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1630, and died 1684 in died suddenly of smallpox. He married CATHERINE WHEATLEY Bef. 1671, daughter of ROBERT WHEATLEY.

More About CAPT. THOMAS LUCY:
Cause of Death: smallpox
Fact 1: Occupation: Soldier & Captain in Army
Fact 3: died of smallpox

More About THOMAS LUCY and CATHERINE WHEATLEY:
Marriage: Bef. 1671

Child of THOMAS LUCY and CATHERINE WHEATLEY is:
i. ELIZABETH23 LUCY, b. 1671; m. CLEMENT THROCKMORTON.

More About ELIZABETH LUCY:
Fact 1: only child of Capt. Thomas Lucy

More About CLEMENT THROCKMORTON:
Fact 1: Resident: Haseley, Warwickshire


94. FULKE22 LUCY (FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1650, and died Bef. 1744. He married ELIZABETH MASON.

More About ELIZABETH MASON:
Fact 1: of London

Children of FULKE LUCY and ELIZABETH MASON are:
i. THOMAS23 LUCY, b. Abt. 1700; d. 1744, Charlecote.

More About THOMAS LUCY:
Fact 1: epileptic and died unmarried

ii. GEORGE LUCY, b. Abt. 1700; d. 1786.

More About GEORGE LUCY:
Fact 1: much travelled bachelor
Fact 3: Resident: Charlecote


95. ALICE22 LUCY (FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1650, and died Bef. 1786. She married REV. JOHN HAMMOND. He was born Abt. 1685, and died Bef. 1786.

More About ALICE LUCY:
Fact 1: Second daughter of Sir Fulke Lucy

Notes for REV. JOHN HAMMOND:



More About REV. JOHN HAMMOND:
Fact 1: Rector of Gawsworth, Cheshire

Child of ALICE LUCY and JOHN HAMMOND is:
99. i. REV. JOHN23 HAMMOND, b. Abt. 1710; d. Bef. 1786.


96. BERKELEY22 LUCY (KINGSMILL21, RICHARD20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1662, and died 19 November 1759.

Child of BERKELEY LUCY is:
i. MARY23 LUCY, b. Abt. 1700; m. CHARLES COMPTON.

More About CHARLES COMPTON:
Fact 1: youngest son of George Compton


97. SAMUEL22 LUCY (ROBERT21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1680 in Charles City, Virginia, New England.

Child of SAMUEL LUCY is:
100. i. ISHAM23 LUCY, b. 1722, Prince George, City, Virginia.


98. EDWARD (?)22 LUCY (FRANCIS21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1675.

Child of EDWARD (?) LUCY is:
101. i. WILLIAM23 LUCY, b. Abt. 1715, England; d. 28 January 1816, Columbiana, Ohio, USA.

Generation No. 23

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99. REV. JOHN23 HAMMOND (ALICE22 LUCY, FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1710, and died Bef. 1786. He married SARAH MORLEY, daughter of JOHN MORLEY. She died Bef. 1786.

More About REV. JOHN HAMMOND:
Fact 1: Rector of Tolland, Somersetshire

Child of JOHN HAMMOND and SARAH MORLEY is:
102. i. REV. JOHN HAMMOND24 LUCY, b. 1734; d. 12 January 1823.


100. ISHAM23 LUCY (SAMUEL22, ROBERT21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1722 in Prince George, City, Virginia.

More About ISHAM LUCY:
Fact 1: had 9 children

Child of ISHAM LUCY is:
103. i. ISHAM24 LUCY, b. 1752, Brunswick City, Virginia.


101. WILLIAM23 LUCY (EDWARD (?)22, FRANCIS21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1715 in England, and died 28 January 1816 in Columbiana, Ohio, USA. He married ELIZABETH Abt. 1756. She was born Abt. 1735, and died 7 March 1812.

More About WILLIAM LUCY:
Fact 1: Stated that he was born in England, fought as a Tory in the Revolution.
Fact 3: Note: Speculation that this William is grandson of Francis Lucy

More About WILLIAM LUCY and ELIZABETH:
Marriage: Abt. 1756

Children of WILLIAM LUCY and ELIZABETH are:
104. i. EDWARD24 LUCY, b. 1763; d. 28 January 1816, Columbiana County, Ohio.
ii. ROBERT (?) LUCY, b. Abt. 1765.

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102. REV. JOHN HAMMOND24 LUCY (JOHN23 HAMMOND, ALICE22 LUCY, FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1734, and died 12 January 1823. He married MARIA LANE 1788, daughter of JOHN LANE. She was born 1758, and died 1844.

Notes for REV. JOHN HAMMOND LUCY:
The Charlecote estates eventually passed to the Rev. John Hammond through his marriage with Alice Lucy, and in 1789 he adopted the name of Lucy.

More About REV. JOHN HAMMOND LUCY:
Fact 1: 1786, Rector of Hampton Lucy & Charlecote

More About JOHN LUCY and MARIA LANE:
Marriage: 1788

Children of JOHN LUCY and MARIA LANE are:
i. REV. JOHN25 LUCY, b. 1789, Charlecote, Warwickshire; d. October 1874.

More About REV. JOHN LUCY:
Fact 1: Rector of Hampton Lucy & Vicar of Charlecote
Fact 3: elsewhere noted as born 1791

105. ii. GEORGE HAMMOND LUCY, b. 8 June 1789; d. 30 June 1845.


103. ISHAM24 LUCY (ISHAM23, SAMUEL22, ROBERT21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1752 in Brunswick City, Virginia.

More About ISHAM LUCY:
Fact 1: Served on the American side in Revolutionary War
Fact 2: 1777, Lt. in the revolutionary war militia

Children of ISHAM LUCY are:
i. MALE25 LUCY.
106. ii. DOREN LUCY, b. 1787; d. Abt. 1830, Chesterfield City, South Carolina, USA.


104. EDWARD24 LUCY (WILLIAM23, EDWARD (?)22, FRANCIS21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1763, and died 28 January 1816 in Columbiana County, Ohio. He married ISABELLE MCGRAW 5 February 1788 in First Christ's Church, Philadelphia, PA, USA. She was born Abt. 1765 in Bristol Twp, Bucks County, PA, USA, and died Abt. 1825.

More About EDWARD LUCY:
Fact 1: oldest brother
Fact 3: 1790, Living Philadelphia at census

More About EDWARD LUCY and ISABELLE MCGRAW:
Marriage: 5 February 1788, First Christ's Church, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Children of EDWARD LUCY and ISABELLE MCGRAW are:
i. WILLIAM25 LUCY, b. Abt. 1790, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
107. ii. EDWARD LUCY, b. 1793, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
iii. CHARLES LUCY, b. 23 September 1796, Philadelphia, PA, USA; d. 18 January 1860, St. Jacob, Madison County, IL, USA; m. MARY MCGAVRAN, 14 September 1820, Lisbon, Columbiana Co. OH. USA; b. 8 April 1794, Harford, MD, USA; d. 18 June 1873, St. Jacob, St.Clair, Madison County, IL, USA.

More About CHARLES LUCY and MARY MCGAVRAN:
Marriage: 14 September 1820, Lisbon, Columbiana Co. OH. USA

iv. FRANCIS LUCY, b. Abt. 1800, Brooke Co., W. VA. USA (?); m. MARTHA FIGLEY, 12 April 1825, Columbiana County, Ohio; b. Abt. 1804.

More About FRANCIS LUCY and MARTHA FIGLEY:
Marriage: 12 April 1825, Columbiana County, Ohio

v. FEMALE LUCY, b. Abt. 1802.
vi. FEMALE LUCY, b. Abt. 1806.
vii. FEMALE LUCY, b. Abt. 1808.

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105. GEORGE HAMMOND25 LUCY (JOHN HAMMOND24, JOHN23 HAMMOND, ALICE22 LUCY, FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 8 June 1789, and died 30 June 1845. He married MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 2 December 1823 in St. Asaph Cathedral, Boddlewyddan, Flint, North Wales, daughter of JOHN WILLIAMS and MARGARET WILLIAMS. She was born 25 November 1803 in St. Asaph, Flintshire (Bodilwyddan, Denbigh, Wales), and died 1889.

More About GEORGE HAMMOND LUCY:
Fact 1: Member of Parliament for Fowey
Fact 3: High Sherriff of Warwickshire

More About MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS:
Fact 1: 1851, Resident: Charlcote
Fact 3: Bet. 1849 - 1853, Reconstructed St. Leonard's Church Charlecote at her own expense

More About GEORGE LUCY and MARY WILLIAMS:
Marriage: 2 December 1823, St. Asaph Cathedral, Boddlewyddan, Flint, North Wales

Children of GEORGE LUCY and MARY WILLIAMS are:
i. WILLIAM FULKE26 LUCY, b. 10 September 1824; d. 1 July 1848, Charlecote (died of jaundice).

More About WILLIAM FULKE LUCY:
Fact 1: Died unmarried

ii. EMILY LUCY, b. 1826; d. 15 June 1892; m. THOMAS LLOYD FITZHUGH, 21 October 1847.

More About EMILY LUCY:
Fact 1: also known as Mary Emily

More About THOMAS LLOYD FITZHUGH:
Fact 1: Resident: Plas Power, Denbigh

More About THOMAS FITZHUGH and EMILY LUCY:
Marriage: 21 October 1847

108. iii. CAROLINE LUCY, b. 1828, St. Asaph, Flintshire; d. 5 March 1864.
109. iv. HENRY SPENCER LUCY, b. 28 November 1830, Compton Verney, Warwick; d. 6 November 1890.
v. HERBERT ALMERIC LUCY, b. 1834; d. 1838, en route to Italy.
vi. REGINALD AYMER LUCY, b. 1836; d. 11 February 1855.
vii. EDMUND DAVENPORT LUCY, b. 1839; d. 1840.
110. viii. EDMUND BERKLEY LUCY, b. 1842, Nancy, (British Subject, ) France; d. 11 June 1909, Torquay, Devon.


106. DOREN25 LUCY (ISHAM24, ISHAM23, SAMUEL22, ROBERT21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1787, and died Abt. 1830 in Chesterfield City, South Carolina, USA. He married NANCY.

More About DOREN LUCY:
Fact 1: Served on American Side in war of 1812

Child of DOREN LUCY and NANCY is:
111. i. SAMUEL ISHAM26 LUCY, b. 1820, Chesterfield City, South Carolina, USA; d. 1859, Texas.


107. EDWARD25 LUCY (EDWARD24, WILLIAM23, EDWARD (?)22, FRANCIS21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1793 in Philadelphia, PA, USA. He married (1) CHRISTIANA ROLLEY Abt. 1815 in Brooke Co. WV. USA (?), daughter of WILLIAM ROLLER. She was born 3 November 1792, and died 18 February 1848 in buried Davis Cem. White County, IN, USA. He married (2) BELINDA YORK Aft. 1848 in White County, Indiana, USA.

More About CHRISTIANA ROLLEY:
Fact 1: surname alternative: Roller

More About EDWARD LUCY and CHRISTIANA ROLLEY:
Divorce: 1848
Marriage: Abt. 1815, Brooke Co. WV. USA (?)

More About EDWARD LUCY and BELINDA YORK:
Marriage: Aft. 1848, White County, Indiana, USA

Children of EDWARD LUCY and CHRISTIANA ROLLEY are:
i. WILLIAM R.26 LUCY, b. 22 January 1816, Columbiana County, Ohio; d. 6 March 1867, White County, Indiana, USA; m. ELIZABETH HICKS, 9 March 1843, White County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1820; d. White County, Indiana, USA.

More About WILLIAM LUCY and ELIZABETH HICKS:
Marriage: 9 March 1843, White County, Indiana, USA

112. ii. WEBB J. LUCY, b. 12 September 1817, Columbiana County, Ohio; d. 20 April 1886, Louisville, Pottawatomie, KS, USA.
iii. JOHN M. LUCY, b. 1823, OH, USA; d. 9 January 1844, buried: Davis Cemetry, White County, Indiana, USA.

More About JOHN M. LUCY:
Fact 1: never married

iv. EDWARD LUCY, b. 1827, OH, USA; d. 20 June 1855, buried Davis Cem. White/Cass County, IN, USA.

More About EDWARD LUCY:
Fact 1: never married

Generation No. 26

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108. CAROLINE26 LUCY (GEORGE HAMMOND25, JOHN HAMMOND24, JOHN23 HAMMOND, ALICE22 LUCY, FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1828 in St. Asaph, Flintshire, and died 5 March 1864. She married MAJOR GENERAL CHARLES PAWLETT LANE 2 September 1857.

More About CAROLINE LUCY:
Fact 1: known as "Carry"
Fact 3: one son

More About MAJOR GENERAL CHARLES PAWLETT LANE:
Fact 1: Resident: Badgemore, Oxfordshire

More About CHARLES LANE and CAROLINE LUCY:
Marriage: 2 September 1857

Child of CAROLINE LUCY and CHARLES LANE is:
i. AYMER27 LANE.

More About AYMER LANE:
Fact 1: Served in South African War


109. HENRY SPENCER26 LUCY (GEORGE HAMMOND25, JOHN HAMMOND24, JOHN23 HAMMOND, ALICE22 LUCY, FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 28 November 1830 in Compton Verney, Warwick, and died 6 November 1890. He married CHRISTINA CAMERON CAMPBELL 5 July 1865, daughter of ALEXANDER CAMPBELL and CHRISTINA CAMERON. She was born 1855 in Mowzie Castle, Scotland, and died 1890.

More About CHRISTINA CAMERON CAMPBELL:
Fact 1: known as "Tina"

More About HENRY LUCY and CHRISTINA CAMPBELL:
Marriage: 5 July 1865

Children of HENRY LUCY and CHRISTINA CAMPBELL are:
113. i. LADY ADA CHRISTINA27 LUCY, b. 23 April 1866, Charlecote Park, Warwick; d. 1944.
ii. CONSTANCE LINDA LUCY, b. 1867, Charlecote Park, Warwick.
iii. SYBIL MARY LUCY, b. 1870, Charlecote Park, Warwick; d. 26 June 1886.
iv. JOYCE ALIANORE LUCY, b. 1872, Charlecote Park, Warwick.


110. EDMUND BERKLEY26 LUCY (GEORGE HAMMOND25, JOHN HAMMOND24, JOHN23 HAMMOND, ALICE22 LUCY, FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1842 in Nancy, (British Subject, ) France, and died 11 June 1909 in Torquay, Devon. He married (1) MARGARET LAURA MULGRAVE. She died 1917. He married (2) M. LAURA. She was born 1847 in Chorley, Lancashire. He married (3) LAURA MARGARET MULGRAVE STANDISH 1869 in St. George Hanover Square, London, daughter of WILLIAM STANDISH. She died 1917.

More About EDMUND BERKLEY LUCY:
Fact 1: 1851, Resident: Charlecote
Fact 3: Occupation: Landowner
Fact 4: Had two sons and three daughters
Fact 5: Also known as "Edmund Berkeley"

More About EDMUND LUCY and LAURA STANDISH:
Marriage: 1869, St. George Hanover Square, London

Children of EDMUND LUCY and M. LAURA are:
i. BLANCHE SUSAN M.27 LUCY, b. 1874, St. George Hanover Square, London, Middlesex.
ii. REGINALD S. LUCY, b. 1881, London, Middlesex.


Children of EDMUND LUCY and LAURA STANDISH are:
iii. REGINALD27 LUCY, b. 10 May 1880.
iv. EDMUND STANDISH LUCY, b. 15 August 1881.
v. BLANCHE SUSAN LUCY, b. Abt. 1882.
vi. MARGUERITE CONSTANCE LUCY, b. Abt. 1884.
vii. MURIEL ALICE LUCY, b. Abt. 1885; d. 1918.


111. SAMUEL ISHAM26 LUCY (DOREN25, ISHAM24, ISHAM23, SAMUEL22, ROBERT21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 1820 in Chesterfield City, South Carolina, USA, and died 1859 in Texas. He married JANE MASSEY.

More About SAMUEL ISHAM LUCY:
Cause of Death: murdered in Texas
Fact 1: occupation: carpenter

Child of SAMUEL LUCY and JANE MASSEY is:
114. i. WILLIAM DOW27 LUCY, b. 13 January 1841, Lancaster City, South Carolina, USA; d. 17 September 1930, Berryville Memorial Cemetery, Carroll County, Arkansas, USA.


112. WEBB J.26 LUCY (EDWARD25, EDWARD24, WILLIAM23, EDWARD (?)22, FRANCIS21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 12 September 1817 in Columbiana County, Ohio, and died 20 April 1886 in Louisville, Pottawatomie, KS, USA. He married SARAH WILEY 7 January 1840 in Burnettsville, White County, Indiana, USA, daughter of WILLIAM WILEY and LETTIE SPRINGER. She was born December 1820 in Hillsboro, Highland Co., OH, USA, and died 7 September 1913 in Belvue, Pottawatomie, KS, USA.

More About WEBB LUCY and SARAH WILEY:
Marriage: 7 January 1840, Burnettsville, White County, Indiana, USA

Children of WEBB LUCY and SARAH WILEY are:
i. MARY JANE27 LUCY, b. 1841, White County, Indiana, USA; m. WILLIAM STRAIGHT, 17 January 1864, White County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1837.

More About WILLIAM STRAIGHT and MARY LUCY:
Marriage: 17 January 1864, White County, Indiana, USA

ii. WILLIAM WILEY LUCY, b. 19 June 1842, White County, Indiana, USA; d. 10 June 1917, Belvue, Pottawatomie, KS, USA; m. LYDIA SNEATHEN, 17 May 1869, White County, Indiana, USA; b. 30 April 1843, White County, Indiana, USA; d. 28 August 1927, Belvue, Pottawatomie, KS, USA.

More About WILLIAM WILEY LUCY:
Fact 1: no natural children
Fact 3: adopted one son, Jesse, when nearly adult

More About WILLIAM LUCY and LYDIA SNEATHEN:
Marriage: 17 May 1869, White County, Indiana, USA

iii. MARTHA A. LUCY, b. 1846, White County, Indiana, USA; m. JOHN SHAW, 22 March 1868, White County, Indiana, USA; b. 1838.

More About JOHN SHAW and MARTHA LUCY:
Marriage: 22 March 1868, White County, Indiana, USA

iv. LETTIE M. LUCY, b. 1848, White County, Indiana, USA; m. ALFRED SHAW, Abt. 1867, White County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1844.

More About LETTIE M. LUCY:
Fact 1: Abt. 1900, lived Beatrice Nebraska c 1900.

More About ALFRED SHAW and LETTIE LUCY:
Marriage: Abt. 1867, White County, Indiana, USA

v. CHARLES E. LUCY, b. Bet. 1849 - 1850, White County, Indiana, USA.
vi. ISABELLE LUCY, b. 1852, White County, Indiana, USA; d. Aft. 1913; m. ALLEN, Abt. 1872, White County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1848.

More About ALLEN and ISABELLE LUCY:
Marriage: Abt. 1872, White County, Indiana, USA

vii. EZEKIEL LUCY, b. 1854, White County, Indiana, USA.
viii. AMANDA ELLA LUCY, b. June 1855, White County, Indiana, USA; d. Aft. 1910; m. ISSAC NEWTON TWYFORD, 1878, Pottawomie Co. KS. USA; b. 1855.

More About AMANDA ELLA LUCY:
Fact 1: 1900, Resident: Pawnee Co. Oklahoma Terr. USA (census)

More About ISSAC TWYFORD and AMANDA LUCY:
Marriage: 1878, Pottawomie Co. KS. USA

115. ix. EUDORA MAGNOLIA LUCY, b. 13 April 1865, Cass Co. IN. USA; d. 12 March 1944, N. of Hominy, Osage, OK, USA.

Generation No. 27

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113. LADY ADA CHRISTINA27 LUCY (HENRY SPENCER26, GEORGE HAMMOND25, JOHN HAMMOND24, JOHN23 HAMMOND, ALICE22 LUCY, FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 23 April 1866 in Charlecote Park, Warwick, and died 1944. She married SIR. HENRY WILLIAM RAMSAY-FAIRFAX 26 July 1892 in Stratford, son of SIR. WILLIAM GEORGE HERBERT RAMSEY-FAIRFAX. He was born 1870, and died 1944.

More About SIR. HENRY WILLIAM RAMSAY-FAIRFAX:
Fact 1: 3rd bart.
Fact 2: Great-grandson of Vice-Admiral Sir William George Fairfax

More About HENRY RAMSAY-FAIRFAX and ADA LUCY:
Marriage: 26 July 1892, Stratford

Children of ADA LUCY and HENRY RAMSAY-FAIRFAX are:
i. SIR. HENRY MONTGOMERIE28 FAIRFAX-LUCY, b. 20 October 1890; d. 1965.

More About SIR. HENRY MONTGOMERIE FAIRFAX-LUCY:
Fact 1: 4th bart.
Fact 3: 1945, Charlecote presented by Montgomerie to National Trust

ii. ALIANORE MARY CHRISTINA FAIRFAX-LUCY, b. 8 January 1894.
iii. WILLIAM GEORGE THOMAS SPENCER FAIRFAX-LUCY, b. 7 April 1895; d. 20 May 1910.
iv. SYBLE RADGUARDE JOYCE FAIRFAX-LUCY, b. 7 April 1895.
116. v. SIR. BRIAN FULKE FAIRFAX-LUCY, b. 18 December 1898; d. 1974.
vi. EWEN AYLMER FAIRFAX-LUCY, b. 31 December 1899.
vii. CECILY ALYS FAIRFAX-LUCY, b. 14 December 1901; d. 24 February 1902.


114. WILLIAM DOW27 LUCY (SAMUEL ISHAM26, DOREN25, ISHAM24, ISHAM23, SAMUEL22, ROBERT21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 13 January 1841 in Lancaster City, South Carolina, USA, and died 17 September 1930 in Berryville Memorial Cemetery, Carroll County, Arkansas, USA. He married HANNAH CORNELIA MOORE 30 November 1868 in Union County, North Carolina, USA. She was born 1842.

Notes for WILLIAM DOW LUCY:
William Dow Lucy - Born 13 January 1841 - Lancaster County, South Carolina.

Married - Hannah Cornelia Moore - 30 November 1868 - Union County, North Carolina.

Served at the battles of: Gettysburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, Petersburg, the Wilderness, and Spotsylvania.

At different times his unit served with the Army of Northern Virginia.

Buried in Berryville Memorial Cemetery, Carroll County, Arkansas

Died 17 September 1930

More About WILLIAM DOW LUCY:
Fact 1: 6 children
Fact 2: Served on Confederate side. American Civil War
Fact 3: Served at the battles of: Gettysburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Second Manassas, Sharpsburg, Petersburg, the Wilderness, and Spotsylvania
Fact 4: At different times his unit served with the Army of Northern Virginia

More About WILLIAM LUCY and HANNAH MOORE:
Marriage: 30 November 1868, Union County, North Carolina, USA

Child of WILLIAM LUCY and HANNAH MOORE is:
117. i. SAMUEL BENJAMIN28 LUCY, b. 11 April 1873, Lincoln City, South Carolina, USA; d. 1969, Russellville, Arkansas, USA.


115. EUDORA MAGNOLIA27 LUCY (WEBB J.26, EDWARD25, EDWARD24, WILLIAM23, EDWARD (?)22, FRANCIS21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 13 April 1865 in Cass Co. IN. USA, and died 12 March 1944 in N. of Hominy, Osage, OK, USA. She married CHARLES W. BOLT 4 February 1886 in Louisville, Pottawatomie, KS, USA, son of HARVEY BOLT and MARY TAGUE. He was born 27 May 1867 in Cass Co. IN. USA, and died 3 December 1942 in N. of Hominy, Osage, OK, USA.

More About CHARLES W. BOLT:
Fact 1: Had 7 children but only 2 oldest lived past infancy.

More About CHARLES BOLT and EUDORA LUCY:
Marriage: 4 February 1886, Louisville, Pottawatomie, KS, USA

Children of EUDORA LUCY and CHARLES BOLT are:
i. DELBERT28 BOLT, b. 1887, Pottawatomie Co. KS. USA; d. 1950, Hominy, Osage, OK, USA.
ii. RALPH J. BOLT, b. 9 September 1889, Manhatten, Pottawatomie Co. KS. USA; d. 29 October 1972, Hominy, Osage, OK, USA; m. LOTTIE PEARSON, 12 March 1913, Tulsa, OK, USA.

More About RALPH BOLT and LOTTIE PEARSON:
Marriage: 12 March 1913, Tulsa, OK, USA

iii. LUCY BOLT, b. Abt. 1893, Pottawatomie Co. KS. USA; d. 3 January 1894, buried: Louisville Cem., Louisville, KS, USA.

Generation No. 28

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116. SIR. BRIAN FULKE28 FAIRFAX-LUCY (ADA CHRISTINA27 LUCY, HENRY SPENCER26, GEORGE HAMMOND25, JOHN HAMMOND24, JOHN23 HAMMOND, ALICE22 LUCY, FULKE21, THOMAS20, THOMAS19, THOMAS18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 18 December 1898, and died 1974. He married HON. ALICE BUCHAN.

More About SIR. BRIAN FULKE FAIRFAX-LUCY:
Fact 1: 5th bart.

Child of BRIAN FAIRFAX-LUCY and ALICE BUCHAN is:
i. SIR. EDMUND JOHN WILLIAM HUGH29 RAMSEY-FAIRFAX-LUCY, b. 4 May 1945, Holmes, Co. Roxburgh; m. (1) SYLVIA OGDEN, 11 September 1974; m. (2) LADY LUCINDA LAMBTON, 11 January 1986; m. (3) ERICA LOANE, 1994.

More About SIR. EDMUND JOHN WILLIAM HUGH RAMSEY-FAIRFAX-LUCY:
Fact 1: 6th bart.

More About EDMUND RAMSEY-FAIRFAX-LUCY and SYLVIA OGDEN:
Divorce: Bef. 11 January 1986
Marriage: 11 September 1974

More About EDMUND RAMSEY-FAIRFAX-LUCY and LUCINDA LAMBTON:
Divorce: 1989
Marriage: 11 January 1986

More About EDMUND RAMSEY-FAIRFAX-LUCY and ERICA LOANE:
Marriage: 1994


117. SAMUEL BENJAMIN28 LUCY (WILLIAM DOW27, SAMUEL ISHAM26, DOREN25, ISHAM24, ISHAM23, SAMUEL22, ROBERT21, SAMUEL20, DANIEL19, TIMOTHY18, WILLIAM17, THOMAS16, EDMUND15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13 DE LUCY, THOMAS12, WILLIAM11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, FULC8, WILLIAM7, WILLIAM6, CECILY5, REYNOLD4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born 11 April 1873 in Lincoln City, South Carolina, USA, and died 1969 in Russellville, Arkansas, USA. He married MARY ELLEN KNOX. She was born 27 November 1879 in Boonville, Missouri, USA, and died 20 June 1962 in Russellville, Arkansas, USA.

More About SAMUEL BENJAMIN LUCY:
Fact 1: 8 children

Children of SAMUEL LUCY and MARY KNOX are:
118. i. LESTER BYRON29 LUCY, b. October 1900.
ii. VERA MARY LUCY, b. January 1903; d. May 1997; m. LEE HARVILL; d. 1980.

More About LEE HARVILL:
Fact 1: no children

iii. VERNA HELEN LUCY, b. January 1903; d. November 1997; m. SANDY SANDUSKY.

More About SANDY SANDUSKY:
Fact 1: no children

119. iv. WILLIAM DOW LUCY, b. March 1905; d. April 1984.
v. MONA DELL LUCY, b. September 1906; d. January 1999; m. CHARLES BOWEN; d. June 1976.

More About CHARLES BOWEN:
Fact 1: no children

vi. JEAN DEBS LUCY, b. February 1909; d. November 1982.

More About JEAN DEBS LUCY:
Fact 1: married but annulled shortly thereafter - no children

120. vii. KNOX LUCY, b. May 1916; d. February 1997.
viii. FAYE LUCILLE LUCY, b. June 1921, Russellville, Arkansas, USA; m. HORACE CLAY DACUS JR., June 1941; b. October 1921.

More About HORACE JR. and FAYE LUCY:
Marriage: June 1941

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