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Katherine Daubeney

Female - Bef 1419


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Katherine Daubeney was born in in of South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England (daughter of Giles Daubeney and Eleanor de Wilington); died before 1419; was buried in Dodbrooke, Devon, England.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Bef Feb 1419

    Katherine married Richard Champernoun before 13 Aug 1394. Richard (son of Thomas Champernoun and Eleanor Rohaut) was born on 29 Jun 1344 in Suddon, Somerset, England; died on 20 Jan 1419. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. John Champernoun was born in in of Inceworth in Maker, Cornwall, England; died on 2 Jun 1449.
    2. Richard Champernoun was born in in of Modbury, Devon, England; died on 20 Jan 1420.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Giles Daubeney was born in in of South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England (son of Ralph Daubeney and Alice de Montagu); died on 24 Jun 1386 in Barrington, Somerset, England.

    Notes:

    "Sir Giles Daubeney, of South Ingleby, South Petherton, &c., and h., by 1st wife. On 14 Oct. 1351 he had letters stating that, though born out of the King's allegiance, he might nevertheless enjoy his inheritance. In Oct. 1357 he bought the manors of Kempston, Beds, and Tottenham, Middlesex, from William Daubeney and Philippe his wife, for 200 marks. Sheriff of Beds and Bucks, 1379-80. Knight of the Shire for Somerset, 1382, 1383, and 1384. He m., soon after 5 Jan. 1358/9, Alianore, da. of Sir Henry de Wilington, of Umberleigh, Devon, Poulton, co. Gloucester, &c., by Isabel, da. of Sir John de Walesbreu, of Lamellen and Lancarfe, Cornwall. He d. 24 June 1386, at Barrington, Somerset. 1386. His widow's dower was ordered to be assigned, 8 Aug. 1386. She d. 6 Aug 1400, and was bur. at Kempston." [Complete Peerage IV:97-8]

    Giles married Eleanor de Wilington after 5 Jan 1359. Eleanor (daughter of Henry de Wilington and Isabel de Whalesborough) died on 6 Aug 1400; was buried in Kempston, Bedfordshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Eleanor de Wilington (daughter of Henry de Wilington and Isabel de Whalesborough); died on 6 Aug 1400; was buried in Kempston, Bedfordshire, England.
    Children:
    1. 1. Katherine Daubeney was born in in of South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England; died before 1419; was buried in Dodbrooke, Devon, England.
    2. Maud Daubeney died on 21 Apr 1416; was buried in Hospital of St. John Baptist, Exeter, Devon, England.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Ralph Daubeney was born on 3 Mar 1305 in of South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England (son of Elias Daubeney and Joan); died after Nov 1378.

    Notes:

    "Sir Ralph Daubeney, of South Ingleby, South Petherton, s. and h., b. 3 Mar. 1304/5. On 2 July 1323 the King notified to the Duke of Brittany, the Bishop of Dol, and all others, that Ralph was heir of Elis. Having proved his age, the King took his homage, and he had livery of his father's lands, 21 June 1326. Was knighted and had robes as a banneret, 16 Jan. 1 326/7. He was sum. for Military Service against the Scots, 27 Mar. (1335) 9 Edw. III, and to a Council, 25 Feb. (1341/2) 16 Edw. III, by writs directed Radulfo Daubeny or Daubeney. He was taken prisoner by the Scots, and was not released till after 6 Oct. 1337. Was in the King's division at the battle of Crécy, being in the retinue of the Bishop of Durham, and was at the siege of Calais in the retinue of the Earl of Huntingdon. He m., firstly, before 27 Jan 1332/3, Alice, 1st da. of Sir William de Montagu, of Shepton Montague, Somerset (Lord Montagu), by Elizabeth, da. of Sir Piers de Montfort, of Beaudesert, co. Warwick. He m., 2ndly, before 8 Feb. 1345/6, Katherine, 3rd sister and in her issue coh. of Thomas de Thweng [4th Lord Thweng], clerk, of Thwing and Kilton, co. York, and da. of Sir Marmaduke de Thweng [Lord Thweng], by Isabel, da. of Sir William de Ros, of Ingmanthorpe, in that co. She d. between 20 Apr. 1364 and 28 May 1374. He was living 18 Aug. 1371, and (it is stated) in Dec. 1378." [Complete Peerage IV:97-98, as corrected in volume XIV.]

    Ralph married Alice de Montagu before 27 Jan 1333. Alice (daughter of William de Montagu and Elizabeth de Montfort) died before 1345. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Alice de Montagu (daughter of William de Montagu and Elizabeth de Montfort); died before 1345.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Bef 8 Feb 1346

    Children:
    1. 2. Giles Daubeney was born in in of South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England; died on 24 Jun 1386 in Barrington, Somerset, England.

  3. 6.  Henry de Wilington was born in in of Umberleigh in Atherington, Devon, England (son of Henry de Wilington and Margaret de Freville); died on 23 May 1349.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1313, of Gittisham, Devon, England

    Notes:

    Steward of the Duchy of Cornwall.

    Henry married Isabel de Whalesborough. Isabel (daughter of John de Whalesborough) was born in in of Lamellan, Cornwall, England; died after 11 Feb 1362. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Isabel de Whalesborough was born in in of Lamellan, Cornwall, England (daughter of John de Whalesborough); died after 11 Feb 1362.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 20 Mar 1363

    Children:
    1. 3. Eleanor de Wilington died on 6 Aug 1400; was buried in Kempston, Bedfordshire, England.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Elias Daubeney was born between 1264 and 1268 in of South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England (son of Ralph d'Aubigné and Iseult de Sulney); died before 8 Apr 1305.

    Notes:

    Or Helié, Ellis, Elis.

    "Sir Helie?, or Elis, Daubeney, of South Ingleby, South Petherton, &c., Seigneur de Landal, next br. and h., aged 26 and more, or 30 and more, at his brother's death. He did homage and had livery of his brother's lands, 26 Aug. 1294. He was in the Army of Wales, in the retinue of William de Valence, in 1294, and was sent to Scotland on special affairs by the Earl of Surrey in June 1297.Having been b. beyond seas, he was naturalized in I`95. He was sum. for Military Service from 16 Dec. (1295) 24 Edw. I to 7 Nov. (1302) 30 Edw. I, to attend the King at Salisbury, 26 Jan. (1296/7) 25 Edw. I, and to Parl. from 24 June (1295) 23 Edw. I to 22 Jan. (1304/5) 23 Edw. I, by writs directed Elye de Albiniac or Daubeny, whereby he is held to have become Lord Daubeny. He m. Joan. He d. shortly before 8 Apr. 1305. His widow had livery of her dower and of the manor of South Ingleby, 12 May 1305, and license to marry whom she would, 28 Apr. 1306. She m. Roland de Combar, a Breton, before 9 Apr. 1307, at which date the said lands had been taken into the King's hand, because Roland had fled from justice when indicted of divers felonies." [Complete Peerage IV:95-96]

    Elias married Joan. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Joan
    Children:
    1. William Daubeney died on 28 Apr 1370 in Trenay, near St. Neot, Cornwall, England.
    2. 4. Ralph Daubeney was born on 3 Mar 1305 in of South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England; died after Nov 1378.

  3. 10.  William de Montagu was born about 1285 in of Shepton Montague, Somerset, England (son of Simon de Montagu and Hawise de St. Amand); died on 18 Oct 1319 in Gascony, France; was buried in Bruton Priory, Somerset, England.

    Other Events:

    • Buried: Aquitaine, France
    • Buried: Priory of St. Frideswide (now Christ Church), Oxford, Oxfordshire, England

    Notes:

    King's yeoman, King's bachelor, Steward of the King's Household, Keeper of Abingdon Abbey 1318, Seneschal of Gascony 1318-19.

    "He was sum. to Parl. 20 Nov 1317 and later." [Complete Peerage]

    From the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography:

    Between 1301 and 1304 William Montagu [...] made his mark in the Scottish wars. In 1302, described as king's yeoman, he was entrusted with the supervision of shipping for the war. In 1306, like many of his illustrious contemporaries, he was knighted along with Edward, prince of Wales. In 1314 he was keeper of Berwick. This military experience served him well, for it is as 'commander of the royal cavalry' (prefectus militie regis) in 1316, a description accorded to him by the Vita Edwardi secundi, that he first emerged as an important servant of the king (Vita Edwardi secundi, 68). In that year he played a leading part in suppressing the revolt of Llywelyn Bren (d. 1318) in Glamorgan and in settling the disputes between the townspeople of Bristol and Bartholomew Badlesmere (d. 1322), the constable of the castle there. In November 1316 he was appointed steward of the royal household. The material rewards of his stewardship included a pension of 200 marks, the absolution of his father's debts, forfeited lands in Cumberland, a quay on the Thames, and the marriage of Joan, one of the heirs of Theobald de Verdon, which he bestowed upon his younger son. He also acted as a channel of patronage for others and a number of grants were made on his information. By influencing the king and making himself a lynchpin in the relationships which bound Edward II to his courtier supporters Montagu developed the importance of the stewardship, which after his death became an important focus of contention among the rival magnates and the particular object of the earl of Lancaster's ambitions.

    Montagu was relieved of the stewardship on 16 November 1318 and replaced by Badlesmere. This was almost certainly a concession to Thomas of Lancaster who had accused Montagu of combining with Roger Damory to plot against his life, a factor which delayed his reconciliation with the king. Lancaster's deep suspicion of Montagu is one of the clearest signs that the courtiers around Edward II were his ardent supporters, rather than a 'middle party' as was once thought. On 20 November Montagu was appointed seneschal of Gascony and Aquitaine and governor of the Île d'Oléron. Although prestigious, this appointment was an effective demotion since it withdrew him from the centre of affairs, so reducing his influence over the king. [...] The permanent loss of his forceful presence and military experience disadvantaged the king in the troubled years which followed.

    William married Elizabeth de Montfort after 20 Jun 1292. Elizabeth (daughter of Peter de Montfort and Maud de la Mare) was born in in of Beaudesert, Warwickshire, England; died on 16 Aug 1354; was buried in Priory of St. Frideswide (now Christ Church), Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Elizabeth de Montfort was born in in of Beaudesert, Warwickshire, England (daughter of Peter de Montfort and Maud de la Mare); died on 16 Aug 1354; was buried in Priory of St. Frideswide (now Christ Church), Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 19 Aug 1354
    • Alternate death: 29 Aug 1354

    Notes:

    Also called Alice. Called Elizabeth in her IPM.

    Children:
    1. 5. Alice de Montagu died before 1345.
    2. Hawise de Montagu died after 1361.
    3. William de Montagu was born between 1302 and 1303 in of Shepton Montague, Somerset, England; died on 30 Jan 1344.

  5. 12.  Henry de Wilington was born in in of Umberleigh in Atherington, Devon, England (son of Ralph de Wilington and Juliane de Lomene); died in 1322.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 2 Oct 1323

    Notes:

    Sheriff of Cornwall, 1316; Under-Sheriff of Cornwall, 1317.

    "He and his brother, John, were taken prisoner at the battle of Boroughbridge in 1322. Henry was subsequently hung, drawn, and quartered for his homicides, and his estates forfeited. In 1323 miracles were said to be worked by his body, then hanging in chains at Bristol." [Royal Ancestry]

    Henry married Margaret de Freville. [Group Sheet]


  6. 13.  Margaret de Freville (daughter of Alexander de Freville and Joan de Cromwell).

    Notes:

    Or Margery.

    Children:
    1. 6. Henry de Wilington was born in in of Umberleigh in Atherington, Devon, England; died on 23 May 1349.

  7. 14.  John de Whalesborough was born in in of Lamellan, Cornwall, England.

    Notes:

    Or Whalesburgh, Walesbreu.

    Children:
    1. 7. Isabel de Whalesborough was born in in of Lamellan, Cornwall, England; died after 11 Feb 1362.
    2. Margaret de Whalesborough died after 24 Dec 1355.