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Thomas de Lucy

Birthdate: (54)
Birthplace: Copeland, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
Death: 1365 (54)
London, Middlesex, , England
Immediate Family:

Son of Anthony de Lucy and Elizabeth de Lucy
Husband of Agnes de Beaumont and Margaret De Multon
Father of Anthony de Lucy, Lord Lucy; Maud/ Matilda de Lucy, Countess Of Angus and Reynold de Lucy
Brother of Joan de Melton

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About Thomas de Lucy

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Name: Thomas 2nd Baron de LUCY , of Copeland, Sir 1 Sex: M Birth: BEF 1306 in Copeland, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England 1 Death: 5 DEC 1365 in London, Middlesex, England 1 Note:

   BARONY OF LUCY (II) 1343
   THOMAS DE LUCY, LORD LUCY, son and heir, was granted, as early as 1327, a general pardon of all offences in consideration of his good service with the army in the North. In July 1333, having taken the order of knighthood at the King's command, he received an annuity of £20 for his better maintenance. He was at Antwerp in 1338, in the King's service beyond seas, seemingly at his own expense. From 1340 onwards he was constantly employed in the Scottish Marches. He was summoned to a Council in his father's lifetime, 25 February 1341/2 and again, to Parliament, 20 April 1344 to 4 December 1364; also, in December 1346, to a Council of the magnates of the North at Westminster. He was sheriff of Cumberland 1345 to 1350, and in 1351, being constable of Carlisle Castle, and escheator for Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire for all, or part of, that time. On 8 March 1345/6 he was appointed joint warden of the Western Marches, and appears to have so continued till his death. He was summoned for the 1346 campaign in France, but detained in England by an invasion of the Scots. He participated in the later part of the siege of Calais, which surrendered in August 1347. In October 1353 he was joint commissioner to treat with the Scots for the release of King David, and for peace; and in August 1360 and June 1362 again joint commissioner to treat for peace. In May 1365 he received a grant of an annuity of 100 marks for life, the King thinking good to retain him with him.
   He married about November 1329, Margaret, youngest of the three sisters and coheirs of John DE MULTON [2nd Lord Multon], of Egremont, son and heir of Thomas DE MULTON [1st Lord Multon], which John was great-grandson of Lambert de Multon and Amabel de Lucy. Margaret was aged 24 at her brother's death in 1334. She died after September 1341. He married, 2ndly, about July 1343, at the King's request, the King's kinswoman Agnes, daughter of Henry DE BEAUMONT, by whom he appears to have had no issue. She was living in 1359. He died 5 December 1365, in London. [Complete Peerage VIII:252-3, XIV:456, transcribed by Dave Utzinger]
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   LANGLEY CASTLE (wikipedia)
   Langley Castle is a restored medieval tower house, now operated as an hotel, situated in the village of Langley in the valley of the River South Tyne some 3 miles (5 km) south of Haydon Bridge, Northumberland, England. It is a Grade I listed building.
   It was built in the middle of the 14th century by Sir Thomas de Lucy as a great H-shaped tower of four storeys. Before this the site was the seat of the Barons of Tynedale in the 12th century, from whom descend the Tyndall family. It was attacked and severely damaged in 1405 by the forces of Henry IV in the campaign against the Percys and Archbishop Scrope. It remained as a ruin until it was bought and restored by a local historian, Cadwallader Bates, in the late 19th century. He died in 1902 and his wife Josephine continued the restoration. After she died in 1932 the building remained empty until it was used as a barracks in the Second World War following which it was used as a girls' school.

Father: Anthony 1st Baron de LUCY , of Copeland, Sir b: BEF 1283 in Copeland, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England Mother: Elizabeth b: ABT 1285

Marriage 1 Magaret de MULTON b: 1310 in Gilsland, Irthington, Cumberland, England

   Married: ABT NOV 1329 in 1st wife 1

Children

   Has No Children Anthony 3rd Baron de LUCY , of Copeland, Sir b: ABT 1331 in Copeland, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
   Has No Children Reynold de LUCY b: ABT 1335 in Copeland, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
   Has No Children Maud 5th Baroness de LUCY b: BEF 1343 in Egremont, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England

Marriage 2 Agnes de BEAUMONT b: ABT 1323 in Barton upon Humber, Lincolnshire, England

   Married: ABT JUL 1343 in 2nd wife 1

Sources:

   Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
   Page: VIII:252-3 
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Thomas de Lucy's Timeline

1311
1311
Copeland, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
1328
1328
Age 17
Cockermouth,,Cumberland,England
1335
1335
Age 24
Copeland, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
1350
1350
Age 39
Egremont, Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
1365
1365
Age 54
London, Middlesex, , England