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Drue Juvenis" de Montacute (de Monte-Acuto), Knight

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Birthplace: Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, , England
Death: Died in Patrís, Imathia, Central Macedonia, Greece
Immediate Family:

Son of Knight Richard De Monte-Acuto and Alice d'angleterre
Father of *(Baron) William Montacute, I; Lord Drue of Montacute, Jr; De Monte-Acuto, Nun At Shaftsbury and Lady Aliva of Montacute
Brother of William de Montagu, of Shepton Montagu; Isabel Somerset and Maud de Montagu

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About Drue de Monte-Acuto "Drogo Juvenis"

IV. DRUE DE MONTEACUTO

upon the assessment of the aid for marrying the King's daughter, 12th Henry II. (ii67) certified his Knight's fees to be in number-nine, a half and a third part of the old feosment and one of the new 1 (64o acres made a Knight's fee).

He married Aliva, daughter. of Alan Basset, baron of Wiccomb in County of Buckingham. After his death she married second, Richard SOD of Gilbert Talbot, ancestor to the Earls of Shrewsbury.

His eldest son, also named Drue, died during his father's lifetime, he married, however, and left two sons,-John and William de Montacute. The younger, William, had no male issue, and but two daughters, namely, Margaret, married to William de Echingham; and Isabel, married to Thomas de Audham 2.

The elder son, John 3, was seated at Marsh, in County Buckingham, a manor situated northwest from Alesbury and near the Oxford County line - he married Lucy *____ * and had a daughter Katherine, who married Warine Bassett.

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Drue de Monte-Acuto1 M, #157589

    Drue de Monte-Acuto is the son of Sir Richard de Monte-Acuto.1 He married Aliva Basset.1

Child of Drue de Monte-Acuto and Aliva Basset

   * William de Montacute+1 b. 1218

Citations

  1. [S125] Richard Glanville-Brown, online <e-mail address>, Richard Glanville-Brown (RR 2, Milton, Ontario, Canada), downloaded 17 August 2005.

The Peerage.com

------------------------------------------------------------------------ -------------------- upon the assessment of the aid for marrying the King's daughter, 12th Henry II. (ii67) certified his Knight's fees to be in number-nine, a half and a third part of the old feosment and one of the new 1 (64o acres made a Knight's fee).

He married Aliva, daughter. of Alan Basset, baron of Wiccomb in County of Buckingham. After his death she married second, Richard SOD of Gilbert Talbot, ancestor to the Earls of Shrewsbury.

His eldest son, also named Drue, died during his father's lifetime, he married, however, and left two sons,-John and William de Montacute. The younger, William, had no male issue, and but two daughters, namely, Margaret, married to William de Echingham; and Isabel, married to Thomas de Audham 2.

The elder son, John 3, was seated at Marsh, in County Buckingham, a manor situated northwest from Alesbury and near the Oxford County line - he married Lucy *____ * and had a daughter Katherine, who married Warine Bassett.

1 The fees were thus held William Malherbe, 3 fees, Robert Fitz John 1 fee, Jordon Geulhame 1 fee, Robert Fitz William 1-2 fee, Helias de Arden 1-2 fee, Hamo 1-2 fee, Thomas de Toire 1-2 fee, Richard Fitz Bernard 1-3 fee, and of the new feosment Will de Montacute 1 fee, Besides 1 fee in Dishcove whereof he was unwarrantably dispossessed by Henry Lovel. For all which fees, '4th Henry II.-(ii68) he paid 10 marks.

2 Stone, in- Aylesbury Hundred was held by John D. St. Clair, who m. Jane, daughter. of Thomas de Audham by Isabel, daughter. of William Montacute (sister of Margaret Montacute) which William was a younger brother of John de Montacute of Marsh, County Ducks, temp. Henry Ill.

3 The Coat Arms of John de Montacute of Marsh in Buckinghamshire were-" Five fusils in fess gules.11

Drue de Monteacuto and his wife Aliva (Basset) had an only daughter who became a nun at Shaftsbury, and a second son,-

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Drue de Monte-Acuto "Drogo Juvenis"'s Timeline

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Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, , England
1150
1150
Age 25
parish, Somerset, , England
1185
1185
Age 60
Montacute, Somersetshire, England
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1186
Age 61
Montacute, Somersetshire, England
1196
1196
Age 71
Patrís, Imathia, Central Macedonia, Greece
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