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William de Lovel
(1140-1213)
Isabella
Alan Basset Lord of Wycombe
(Abt 1160-Bef 1233)
Aline de Gai
(Abt 1165-)
Sir John Lovel
(-Bef 1252)
Katherine Basset
(-After 1253)
Sir John Lovel
(1222-1287)

 

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Maud de Sydenham

Sir John Lovel

  • Born: 1222, Minster Lovel, Oxfordshire, England
  • Marriage: Maud de Sydenham 141
  • Died: 1287, Titchmarsh, Thrapston, Northamptonshire, England at age 65 141

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 141
John Lovel, son and heir, aged 30 at his father's death, had livery of his lands 11 January 1252/3. In 1255 he was in the service of the young Prince Edward in Gascony. In July 1257 he was summoned toBristol for the King's ineffectual campaign against Llewelyn. He was one of the few Barons who supported the King before the outbreak of civil war, and in March 1264, after Henry's return from France, where Louis had made the unpopular Award of Amiens, as arbitrator between the Crown and the Barons, Lovel was entrusted with the castle of Northampton. He was taken prisoner at the battle of Lewes, 14 May 1264. In September 1265 before which time he had been knighted, he was made a commissioner to deal with lands of rebels in Northants. In the summer of 1270 he was raising money to accompany Prince Edward in the last Crusade. The service against Llewelyn for which he was summoned 1276-7 was performed by his son John, on account of his illness; in 1282 the same service was done by two servientes.

John Lovel married Maud de Sydenham*. He died in 1287.

* Philpot quotes a grant of the service of two knights' fees in Titchmarch, held by John de Lovel and Maud de Sydnam his wife, of the inheritance of the said Maud. Anc. Deed D 286 is a grant of the land in Tichemers which belonged to Sir William de Sideham, during the majority of the fil' of the said Sir William, who is heir of the land, reserving to the grantor the marriage of Sir William's daughter and heiress (18 Henry III). Sir Ancelin de Sydenham was living temp. John; and presented to Titchmarsh in 1226; in 1230 William de Sidenham was in the King's service abroad. After this marriage, Titchmarsh became the principal seat of the family.

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. VIII, p.215


John married Maud de Sydenham, daughter of Sir William de Sydenham and Unknown.141 (Maud de Sydenham was born in Titchmarsh, Thrapston, Northamptonshire, England.)


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