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Sir John d’Oyly Knight
(-1313)
Joane de Knightley
(-After 1319)
John de Stoke
(-Bef 1280)
Sir John d’Oyly Knight, Lord of Stoke
(-Abt 1319)
Alice de Stoke
(-After 1316)
Sir Thomas d’Oyly Knight
(Abt 1286-Abt 1336)

 

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Margaret Hastang

Sir Thomas d’Oyly Knight

  • Born: Abt 1286, Raunton, Staffordshire, England 865
  • Marriage: Margaret Hastang 865
  • Died: Abt 1336, Scottish Wars about age 50 865

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 865
~ Topographer and Genealogist, Vol. I, p. 371-372, d'Oyly Pedigree:

Sir Thomas d'Oyly, Lord of Raunton, Staffordshire, living in 1312, died about 1336, son of Sir John d'Oyly and Alice, daughter and heiress of John de Stoke, Lord of Stoke. He married Margaret and they were the parent of:

Sir John d'Oyly, married to Margaret, only child whose posterity survived, of Sir Thomas de Tregoze, lord of Goring, Sussex.

Humphrey d' Oyly

Eglina d'Oyly, wife of Sir John Bagot, of Bromley Bagot, Staffordshire.

• Background Information. 1052
About 1125, Wymund de Stoke was the tenant of this the Manor of Stoke Doyle, which he held as one knights' fee, but claimed to hold 1½ hides in socage. Another Wymund probably succeeded him before 1146. In 1189, the fee was held by Guy de Stoke, and in 1199 Robert de Stoke agreed to perform the military service due from half a knight's fee and to pay a rent of 8s. a year for the other half. He was living in 1227, but was succeeded by Edmund or Simon de Stoke shortly afterwards. In 1242-3 John de Stoke was the tenant, but he had died before 1246-7, and in 1254 the half fee was held by the heir of Robert de Stoke. In 1275 John de Stoke was lord of the manor, but he apparently died before 1280. The manor then passed to Alice, the wife of John Doyley, who obtained in 1313, from Robert son of John de Stoke, a quitclaim of his right in the manor. In the same year they settled it, with remainders to their son Thomas and the right heirs of Alice. Thomas did homage to the abbot in 1322.

~ A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 3, pp. 132-135

• Background Information. 906
Sir John d'Oyly was succeeded at Raunton and Stoke d'Oyly by his eldest son, Sir Thomas d'Oyly, Knight who was married, before 1313 to Margaret, nearly connection, and probably sister of Humphry Hastang, of Nassington, Northampton, by whom he had an elder son John. Sir Thomas died about 1336, probably slain in the Scotch wars in which he was serving. His son Sir John d'Oyly, Knight succeeded to Raunton. This Sir John was married to margaret, daughter and in her issue the heir of Sir Thomas Tregoze, Knight of Goring, sussex.

~Colltections for a History of Staffordshire, Vol. I, p. 384


Thomas married Margaret Hastang.865 (Margaret Hastang died after 1323 in Staffordshire, England 865.)


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