About Jean Padoc, of Chesne
III. JEAN PADOC or PADDOC of Bavay, Nord, Prance, Seigneur de Chesne (Lord of the Manor of Chesne), whose name was also interpreted as given Padock and appeared in Latin as Padochius; s. Guillaume Padoc of Bavay, s. Guillaume & Adelaide (Charpentier) Padoc of Cambrai: b. ABT. 1405, d. Bef. 1469; m. 14 Aug. 1427 MARGUERITE4 BREMAN of Bavay, by contract at the court of Valenciennes, said marriage to have been completed before the church: en face de St. Eglise, d. ABT. 1469, her will 1469, bd. Before the church portals with her husband: ante majus portale ecclesie in tumultus carissimi Johannes Padochius, domini de Chesne; eldest DA. Jacques Breman, Esquire, Seigneur de Bavay, by his 2nd Wife Angelique Duprez: said Jacques3 Breman, who had m. (1) Marguerite Pascal, and who died in Flanders, was son of Guillaume Breman, "cambier" of Cambrai, by his wife Marie Hortel, and grandson of Jean1 Breman1' atne (the Elder), a vassal of the Count of Ponthieu, who sold his land at Abbeville 1273 (TPF 12). 1427, 14 Aug.; Marriage contract (TPF 8-11):
For the support of the couple, Jacques Breman granted 200 ecus at 60 sous each to Marguerite, his eldest daughter.
Ancient "Traditional" History Of Paddock By Gary Bryant
Jean Padoc Seigneur de Chesne (abt 1405 - bef. 1469) Jean Padoc, also Paddoc, was born about 1405 and was from Bavay. He was titled as "Seigneur de Chesne," or "Lord of the Manor of Chesne." His surname in latin was spelled "Padochius." He died before 1469. Jean Padoc married on 14 August 1427 to Marguerite Breman, eldest daughter of Jacques Breman, Esquire and "Seigneur de Bavay," and his second wife, Angelique Duprez. Jacques was the son of Guillaume Breman and his wife Marie Hortel, and grandson of Jean Breman the "Cambier of Cambrai." An abstract of the marriage contract reads: "At the court of Valencienne ap- peared Jean Padoc of Bavay, grandson of the deceased Guil- laume Padoc of Cambrai by his wife Adelaide Charpentier, and Jacques Breman, esquire, seig- neur of Bavai, and wife Ang- elique Duprez, with their daug- hter Marguerite. Jacques Bre- man being authorized by Ange- lique Duprez and Marguerite Breman to grant all their real and personal properties in con- sideration of a marriage betwe- en Jean Paddoc and Marguerite Breman to be completed before the church of said Bavai." On 3 May 1461, Jean Padoc purchased the manor and lands of Chesne from Antoine La Croix. Two years later Jean and his wife granted to their youngest son, Jacques, the lands and manor of Chesne. At Jacques death, the lands were to go to his older brother, Guillaume, if he had children. In 1469, Marguerita made out her Will. An abstract of the Will states: "Margarita, widow, disposed by will of her property in the following man- ner: first she desired to be buried in the tomb with her husband Johannes Padochius, lord of Chesne, before the church portals, and to have her debts paid. Eldest son Henrici ap- pointed administrator. To son Jac- obus the lands of Maubeuge (Malbodium). The residue of all her property to be distributed equally between sons Henrico, Johannem and Jacobus. 20 sols current value to grandosn Henricus, son of son Jacobus by wife Adela Blabon."
Jean Padoc, of Chesne's Timeline
Bavay, Nord, France
Le Cateau, Cambrai, Nord, France