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Name: John De Clavering Determine relationship to...
Birth: ABT 1266 Father: Robert FitzROGER Mother:Margaret ZOUCHE
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Death: BEF 23 JAN 1330/1331 Aynho Manor, Northamptonshire, England
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Remarks: John, 2nd baron, who assumed, by the king's appointment, the surname of Clavering, had summons to parliament from 10 April, 1299, to 20 November, 1331. This nobleman had distinguished himself, in his father's lifetime, in the French and Scotch wars, and was taken prisoner at the battle of Strivelyn. His lordship m. Hawyse, dau. of Robert de Tibetot, and had an only dau., Eve, who m. 1st, Ralph de Ufford, 2ndly, Thomas de Audley, and 3rdly, Robert Benhale. Lord Clavering, long before his death, being doubtful of having male issue, made a feoffment to Stephen de Trafford whereby he vested the inheritance of his castle and manor of Warkworth in the said Stephen, with other manors, for the intent that he should reconvey them to his lordship for life, with remainder to the king and his heirs. In consideration whereof the king granted unto the baron and his heirs divers lands and hereditaments, then valued at £400 per annum. His lordship d. at his manor of Aynho, in Northamptonshire, in 1332, when those great estates, falling to the crown, were divided thus-- Warkworth, and the manors in Northumberland, granted to Henry de Perci, are still part of the possessions of the ducal family of Northumberland; Aynho and Horsford, in Northamptonshire and Norfolk, to Ralph de Neville, and his heirs; Clavering, in Essex, to the deceased lord's brother Edmund, for life, and in remainder to the above Ralph Neville and his heirs. In this very unjustifiable manner were the descendants of his lordship's youngest brother deprived of their fair inheritance. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 121, Clavering, Barons Clavering][JohnFaye (8 Jun 05).FTW]

John, 2nd baron, who assumed, by the king's appointment, the surname of Clavering, had summons to parliament from 10 April, 1299, to 20 November, 1331. This nobleman had distinguished himself, in his father's lifetime, in the French and Scotch wars, and was taken prisoner at the battle of Strivelyn. His lordship m. Hawyse, dau. of Robert de Tibetot, and had an only dau., Eve, who m. 1st, Ralph de Ufford, 2ndly, Thomas de Audley, and 3rdly, Robert Benhale. Lord Clavering, long before his death, being doubtful of having male issue, made a feoffment to Stephen de Trafford whereby he vested the inheritance of his castle and manor of Warkworth in the said Stephen, with other manors, for the intent that he should reconvey them to his lordship for life, with remainder to the king and his heirs. In consideration whereof the king granted unto the baron and his heirs divers lands and hereditaments, then valued at £400 per annum. His lordship d. at his manor of Aynho, in Northamptonshire, in 1332, when those great estates, falling to the crown, were divided thus-- Warkworth, and the manors in Northumberland, granted to Henry de Perci, are still part of the possessions of the ducal family of Northumberland; Aynho and Horsford, in Northamptonshire and Norfolk, to Ralph de Neville, and his heirs; Clavering, in Essex, to the deceased lord's brother Edmund, for life, and in remainder to the above Ralph Neville and his heirs. In this very unjustifiable manner were the descendants of his lordship's youngest brother deprived of their fair inheritance. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 121, Clavering, Barons Clavering]


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