John V LE STRANGE, 2nd. Baron De Knockin 
- Born: Abt 1275, Ellesmere, Shropshire, England
- Marriage: Maud DE MONTIBUS 
- Died: 8 Aug 1309, Walton, Warwickshire, England about age 34
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[Check this pedigree: John V, Hamon, Robert, John !]
Source <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/STRANGE.htm#John Le STRANGE (2º B. Strange of Knockin)>:
"John Le STRANGE (2º B. Strange of Knockin) Born: ABT 1253, Ellesmere, Shropshire, England. Died: 8 Aug 1309, Walton, Warwick, England
Father: John Le STRANGE (1º B. Strange of Knockin)
Mother: Joan De SOMERY
Married 1: Maud De MONTIBUS (b. ABT 1251 - d. AFT 1309)
1. John Le STRANGE (3º B. Strange of Knockin)
2. Hamon Le STRANGE
3. Elizabeth Le STRANGE
4. Eubolo Le STRANGE (1º B. Strange of Lestrange)
Married 2: Maud D'EIVILLE"
"JOHN [IV] le Strange (-before 28 Dec 1275). ... m JOAN de Somery, daughter of ROGER [IV] de Somery & his first wife Nicole de Albini of the Earls of Arundel. ... John [IV] & his wife had one child:
i) JOHN [V] le Strange ([1252/53]-8 Aug 1309 or before). A writ dated 26 Feb "4 Edw I", following the death of "John L´Estrange alias Le Estraunge" names "John his son believed to be 22 and more is his next heir...aged 28". The Chronicle of Peterborough names "dominus Rogerus le Estrange capitaneus…dominus Johannes le Estrange" among those sent to fight Llywelyn Prince of Wales in 1282. Eyton gives some details about his descendants in Shropshire. He was summoned to Parliament in 1299 whereby he is held to have become Lord Strange.
m firstly ELEANOR, daughter of --- & his wife Joan [de Somery]. m secondly MAUD, daughter of --- (-after 30 Oct 1309)."
Source <Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Or, A Concentrated Account of All the Baronies ...> Par Thomas Christopher Banks:
"... John le Strange, his son and heir, who married Joane, one of the daughters and coheirs of Roger de Someri, by Nichola his first wife, one of the sisters and coheirs of Hugh de Albini, earl of Arundel, and died the 4 Edw. 1.; when he was succeeded by his son and heir,
John le Strange, who the 26 Edw. I. had summons to Carlisle equis et armis, as Johan' le Straunge, and in the writ was styled a baron, the persons so summoned being distinguished by their respective ranks. He was afterwards summoned to parliament as "Johanni le Strange" from the 28 Edw. I. to the 2 Edw. II., but in that year and the next, with the addition of "de Knokyn." To the coronation of Edw. II., he was summoned as "Joh'i Ext'neo.". The 29 Edw. I., he was one of those in the parliament at Lincoln who subscribed the letter to the pope by the designation of "Johannes le Estraunge Dominus de Cnokin.". He died the 3 of Edw. II., leaving by Maud his wife, daughter and heir, according to Dugdale," of Roger D'Eiville, John, Eubolo, and Hamon, ancestor to the family of Le Strange, at Hunstanton, in Norfolk; of these sons
John le Strange, the eldest, succeeded his father, ..."
Source <A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct ...> Par Sir Bernard Burke:
"... John Le Strange. Lord of Knokyn. ... His lordship m. Joane, one of the daus. and heirs of Roger de Someri, Baron of I>urlley, by his 1st wife. Lady Nichola de Alhini, ... to his son and heir,
John Le Strange, who, upon paying his relief, had livery thereof. This feudal lord, in the 14th Edward I., answered for 300 marks to the king; which sumí John, his grandfather, had borrowed from the Cheshire men, to maintain the wars of Wales. He was, subsequently, engaged in the wars of Gascony und Scotland, and, for his good services, was summoned to parliament as Baron Strange, of Knokyn from 29 December. 1299, to 12 December 1309, and likewise made a knight of the Bath. His lordship m. Maud, dau. and heir of Ebulo de Montibus, Lord of Ketton, and by her (who m. 2ndly, Thomas de Hastang) had issue,
John, his successor. ..."
Source <Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study In Colonial And Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ...> Par Douglas Richardson:
"... ... JOHN LE STRANGE, Knt.,of Middle, Shropshire, Sibford Gower (in Swaldiffe), Oxfordshire, Walton Deyville, Warwickshire, etc., younger son of John le Strange, Knt., 1st. Lord Srange of Knockin, by his wife, Maud, daughter and heiress of John de Walton (or Wauton). ..."
Source <The Patrician, Volume 2> publié par John Burke,Bernard Burke:
"... John, Lord Strange of Knockyn, distinguished in the wars of Gascony and Scotland. This potent noble married the heiress of D'Eiville, and had three sons,
1. John, Lord Strange, ...
2, Eubolo, husband of Alice, dau. and heir of Henry de Laci, Earl of Lincoln, ...
3, Hamon, who was enfeoffed of Hunstanton, co. Norfolk."
I. ROLAND LE STRANGE, circa 1112
II. JOHN LE STRANGE (I), circa 1135-1178
III. JOHN LE STRANGE (II), 1178-1234
IV. JOHN LE STRANGE (III), 1234-1269
V. JOHN LE STRANGE (IV), 1269-1275 [!!!]
VI. JOHN LE STRANGE (V), 1275-1309
VII. JOHN LE STRANGE (VI), 1309-1317
VIII. STRANGE OF BLACKMERE, 1309-1616 ..."
John married Maud DE MONTIBUS  [MRIN: 1697]. (Maud DE MONTIBUS  was born about 1251 in , , England and died after 30 Oct 1309 in , , England.)