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Birth: ABT 1331 Raby With Keverstone, Durham, England Father: Ralph De Neville Mother:Alice Audley
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Married: Maud De Percy ABT 1364
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Death: 17 OCT 1388 Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England
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Remarks: John de Neville, KG, Lord Neville of Raby, b. c 1331, d. Newcastle 17 Oct 1388, KG 1369; m. (1) Maud Percy, d. 18 Feb 1378/9. [Magna Charta Sureties]

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5th Baron of Raby, , third Baron Neville. First Earl of Westmorland, died on the 42nd anniversary of the Battle of Neville's Cross. He was summoned to Parliament in 1368. In 1369, he was created a Knight of the Garter and Admiral of Fleet. He gave Durham Cathedral a beautiful stone and an alabaster screen known to this day as the "Neville Screen". John is buried at Durham Catherdral with his wife Maude. Summoned to parliament as Lord Nevill of Raby from February 24, 1368 to July 28, 1388. He was carried by his father at the age of five years to witness the battle of Durham. During the remainder of King Edwards reign he was in active service either in France or Scotland. He was constituted lieutenant of Aquitaine under Richard II and was seneschal of Bordeaux. He was employed against the Turks and won and had surrendered to him, 83 walled towns, castles and forts. He died at Newcastle on October 17, 1388 and is buried in the Neville chantry, in the south asile of the nave of Durham Cathedral, near his father and his first wife.

1381-warden of eastern marches
1383-warden of western marches
1386-appointed commander of all forces against the Scots. Took the place of Henry Percy, earl of Northumberland as military leader in the north.

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Sir John de Nevill, 3rd baron, summoned to parliament as Lord Nevill, of Raby, from 24 February, 1368, to 28 July, 1388. This nobleman was carried by his father to witness the battle of Durham, being then scarcely five years old, and received the honour of knighthood some years afterwards when in arms before the barriers of Paris. In the 44th of the same reign [Edward III, 1371], he was again in the wars with France, and then constituted admiral of the king's fleet from the mouth of the Thames northwards. During the remainder of King Edward's reign, he was constantly in active service either in France or Scotland. In the 2nd Richard II [1379], he was constituted lieutenant of Aquitaine and he was, likewise, seneschal of Bordeaux. It is reported of this nobleman that he was some time employed against the Turks, and that, being lieutenant of Aquitaine, he reduced that province to tranquility, and that, in his service in those parts, he won and had rendered to him 83 walled towns, castles, and forts. His lordship was a knight of the Garter. He m. 1st, Maud, dau. of Henry, Lord Percy, by whom he had issue, Ralph, Thomas, Maud, Alice, and Eleanor. His lordship m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of William, Lord Latimer, K.G., and had by her (who m. 2ndly, Sir Robert de Willoughby) had issue, John, Elizabeth, and Margaret. He d. at Newcastle, 17 October, 1388, and was buried in the south side of the nave of Durham Cathedral, and was s. by his eldest son, Ralph de Nevill. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883, p. 393, Nevill, Barons Nevill, of Raby, Earls of Westmoreland][JohnFaye (8 Jun 05).FTW]

John de Neville, KG, Lord Neville of Raby, b. c 1331, d. Newcastle 17 Oct 1388, KG 1369; m. (1) Maud Percy, d. 18 Feb 1378/9. [Magna Charta Sureties]

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5th Baron of Raby, , third Baron Neville. First Earl of Westmorland, died on the 42nd anniversary of the Battle of Neville's Cross. He was summoned to Parliament in 1368. In 1369, he was created a Knight of the Garter and Admiral of Fleet. He gave Durham Cathedral a beautiful stone and an alabaster screen known to this day as the "Neville Screen". John is buried at Durham Catherdral with his wife Maude. Summoned to parliament as Lord Nevill of Raby from February 24, 1368 to July 28, 1388. He was carried by his father at the age of five years to witness the battle of Durham. During the remainder of King Edwards reign he was in active service either in France or Scotland. He was constituted lieutenant of Aquitaine under Richard II and was seneschal of Bordeaux. He was employed against the Turks and won and had surrendered to him, 83 walled towns, castles and forts. He died at Newcastle on October 17, 1388 and is buried in the Neville chantry, in the south asile of the nave of Durham Cathedral, near his father and his first wife.

1381-warden of eastern marches
1383-warden of western marches
1386-appointed commander of all forces against the Scots. Took the place of Henry Percy, earl of Northumberland as military leader in the north.

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Sir John de Nevill, 3rd baron, summoned to parliament as Lord Nevill, of Raby, from 24 February, 1368, to 28 July, 1388. This nobleman was carried by his father to witness the battle of Durham, being then scarcely five years old, and received the honour of knighthood some years afterwards when in arms before the barriers of Paris. In the 44th of the same reign [Edward III, 1371], he was again in the wars with France, and then constituted admiral of the king's fleet from the mouth of the Thames northwards. During the remainder of King Edward's reign, he was constantly in active service either in France or Scotland. In the 2nd Richard II [1379], he was constituted lieutenant of Aquitaine and he was, likewise, seneschal of Bordeaux. It is reported of this nobleman that he was some time employed against the Turks, and that, being lieutenant of Aquitaine, he reduced that province to tranquility, and that, in his service in those parts, he won and had rendered to him 83 walled towns, castles, and forts. His lordship was a knight of the Garter. He m. 1st, Maud, dau. of Henry, Lord Percy, by whom he had issue, Ralph, Thomas, Maud, Alice, and Eleanor. His lordship m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of William, Lord Latimer, K.G., and had by her (who m. 2ndly, Sir Robert de Willoughby) had issue, John, Elizabeth, and Margaret. He d. at Newcastle, 17 October, 1388, and was buried in the south side of the nave of Durham Cathedral, and was s. by his eldest son, Ralph de Nevill. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883, p. 393, Nevill, Barons Nevill, of Raby, Earls of Westmoreland]


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