Lord John VI LE STRANGE, of Brockley, Timworth & Ampton 
- Born: Abt 1362, Brockley, Suffolk, England
- Marriage: Elizabeth LE BOTELER 
- Died: Abt 1392, Brockley, Suffolk, England about age 30
Other names for John were Johannes and L'ESTRANGE.
Sources, Comments and Notes:
[John's father: Fulk or Robert ? Check this pedigree: John V, Hamon, Robert, John VI !]
Source <http://mccurdyfamilylineage.com/ancestry/p271.htm#i33839> :
"He was the son of Robert Strange and Mabilla (?). John married Elizabeth Boteler, daughter of Geoffry Boteler. He was Lord of Brockley 15 Richard II [1377-1399] being 1391.
Children of John Strange , Lord of Brockley and Elizabeth Boteler
* Agnes Strange+
* Elizabeth Strange"
Source <A supplement to The Suffolk traveller [of J. Kirby] or topographical and ...> Par Augustine Page,John Kirby:
"There were three children of John Strange, and Elizabeth; namely, John, who died without issue, in his father's life time; Elizabeth, wife of John Warren; and Agnes, wife, first of Robert Mordaunt, of Turvey, in the county of Bedford, and secondly, of Thomas Foderingay. In the time of Henry VI., Agnes Foderingay, and Robert Mordaunt, her son, released to Elizabeth Warren, their right in the manor of Timworth, and its appurtenances. Agnes survived her sister (who died without issue), and became the sole heir. Robert Mordaunt, her son, was ancestor of the Earls of Peterborough, and Monmouth."
Source <The history and antiquities of Suffolk: Thingoe hundred> Par John Gage,John Gage Rokewode:
"... shortly after which the manor and advowson passed to the Strange family.
In Easter term," in the eighth year of Richard II. by a fine levied between John Strange and Elizabeth his wife, and William Hunt and Elizabeth his wife, the manor and advowson of Brockley were limited to John and Elizabeth his wife, in tail\emdash remainder to John son and heir of the said John Strange in fee.
John Strange, according to Halstead's Genealogies of the House of Mordaunt, was son of Robert de Tymworth and Mabell his wife, and bore for his arms, Gules, an eagle displayed Argent, within a bordure engrailed Or, as appears from his seal, circumscribed " Sigillum Johannis le Strange," affixed to a deed dated Saturday the Vigil of St. Michael, in the eleventh year of Richard II. set forth in the work just cited, as well as from the quarterings of Beaupre in Outwellc church, Norfolk, and the funerald certificate of Edmund Beaupre.
The wife of John Strange was Elizabeth, sister and heir of William, son and heir of Geoffrey Boteler, of Botelers in Walden, in Essex...
There were three children of John Strange and Elizabeth, that is to say,
- John, who died without issue in his father's life-time,
- Elizabeth,1" wife of John Warren, and
- Agnes, wife first of Robert Mordaunt, of Turvey, in the county of Bedford, and secondly, of Thomas Foderingey.
Agnes surviving her sister, who died without issue, became the sole heir. By Robert Mordaunt she had Robert, ancestor of the Earls of Peterborough and Monmouth, and Cassandra, a nun at Elstow.1 By Thomas Foderingey, her second husband, who presentedk to the rectory of Brockley in 1404, and who was a trustee1 for Robert Mordaunt the son, in deeds dated the thirteenth year of Henry IV, Agnes was mother of Gerard Foderingey. On the last day of April, in the fourth year of Henry VI, being then a widow, she held a courtm for the manor of Brockley Hall; and in the following year she presented to the church..."
"John Le STRANGE
Born: ABT 1350, Brockley, Suffolk, England
Father: Robert Le STRANGE of Timworth
Mother: Mabilla ?
Married: Elizabeth BUTLER
1. Agnes Le STRANGE"
John married Elizabeth LE BOTELER  [MRIN: 579], daughter of Geoffrey LE BOTELER  and Unknown. (Elizabeth LE BOTELER  was born about 1366 in Walden, Essex, England and died in 1392.)