Sir Bartholomew de Fanacourt

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Sir Bartholomew de Fanacourt

Birthdate:
Birthplace: France
Death: May 04, 1352
England (United Kingdom)
Immediate Family:

Son of Walter de Fanacourt
Husband of Lucia de Thweng, heiress of Bozeat
Brother of Robert de Fanacourt

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About Sir Bartholomew de Fanacourt

Sir Bartholomew de Fanacourt married Lucy de Thwenge, daughter of Sir Robert de Thwenge and Maud Hansard, after 4 April 1316; No issue.1,2

Sir Bartholomew de Fanacourt died circa 4 May 1352.

notes

From https://www.bu.edu/phpbin/lawyearbooks/display.php?id=10398

Sir Bartholomew de Fanacourt, third husband of Lucy, 1279-1347, younger daughter and heir of s.v. Sir Robert de Thweng, d. before 1284, and granddaughter of Sir Marmaduke de Thweng, d. 1323, and his wife Lucy de Brus (daughter of Sir Piers de Brus II, of Skelton and Danby in Cleveland, and sister and coheir of Sir Piers de Brus III, of Skelton and Danby, d. 1272), in Cokayne, Complete Peerage, vol. 5, pp. 268-269 & p. 269 note (b), vol. 7, p. 468, vol.12A, pp. 738-39. Lucy's three sisters and coheirs were Agnes, the eldest, who married Walter de Faucunberge; Margaret, who married Robert de Ros of Wark, and Ladereyne, who married John de Belewe. Id. vol. 5, p. 269 note (b). Lucy's second husband was Sir Robert de Everingham, d. childless 1316, younger son of s.v. Sir Robert de Everingham, of Laxton, d. 1295, and brother of s.v. Sir Adam de Everingham, of Laxton, Lord Everingham, 1279-1341. Id. vol. 5, pp. 184-188 & p. 185 note (b); id. vol. 7, p. 468 (biographical entry on Lucy's divorced first husband William le Latimer, Lord Latimer). Plaintiff Lucy inherited the manor of Kirkburn from her grandmother Lucy, wife of Sir Marmaduke de Thweng. By a fine dated 7 Edw. 2, the manor of Kirkburn was conveyed to Lucy and Robert de Everingham to themselves and to the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of Robert. After Lucy's death, the premises devolved on Adam de Everingham of Laxton. Id. vol. 5, p. 185 note (b)

References

GoogleBooks

  • Thirteenth Century England IX: Proceedings of the Durham Conference 2001 edited by Michael Prestwich, R. H. Britnell, Robin Frame. “An Everyday Story of Knightly Folk.” Pages 153 - 157 GoogleBooks
  • National Archives: Catalogue description Petitioners: Bartholomew de Fanacourt (Fancourt).link
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