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Agnes [3482]

 

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Sir William DE BRULEY, Knt., Lord Of Waterstock [3481]

Agnes [3482]

  • Born: , , England
  • Marriage: Sir William DE BRULEY, Knt., Lord Of Waterstock [3481]
  • Died: , , England

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Source <The Visitations of the County of Oxford: Taken in the Years 1566> Par William Harvey,John Philipot,Richard Lee,William Ryley:
"... - William Bruly of Waterstoke in the com. of Oxford. = Agnes d. of .. .
- Amitia, wife to Sr. John Cottesmor K. one of the Judges
- Isabell, wife to Sr. John Arder.
- John Bruly son and heire to Willm. Bruly of Waterstoke. = Maulde the d. of Thom. Quatermains of Westocke.
- Alice d. and heire = John Danvers of Ipwell and Banbury had two wives = Joane d. and heire to John Bruly, second wyfe to John Danvers. =Sir Walter Mantell, of Harford in com. Northampton 2. husband. ..."
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Source <http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/bruley-william>:
"BRULEY, William, of Waterstock, Oxon. ...
William Bruley, who belonged to a cadet branch, made good his claim to the family holdings through marriage to a relation, Agnes Bruley, whose title to them was stronger than his own. Thereafter, he was untroubled in possession of Waterstock and the other properties, save by a lawsuit brought in 1409. In addition, he and his wife held land in Little Milton and Little Rycote, nearby. ..."
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Source <http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63779>:
"... By 1372 at all events John II was dead and his heir John III was a minor. The boy may never have succeeded, as in 1380 Waterstock was in the possession of William and Agnes Bruley. The suggestion that William Bruley was John's son is hardly possible and he was more probably a cousin, a descendant of Henry, the youngest brother of John (I) Bruley. There seems little doubt that his wife Agnes was his cousin and the descendant of William Bruley, John I's eldest brother or nephew. The fine made by Agnes and William in 1380 implies that Agnes had a claim to Waterstock in her own right: they settled the property first on the heirs of their bodies; secondly on the heirs of Agnes by a second marriage; and thirdly on the collateral heirs of William..
William Bruley, knight of the shire for Oxfordshire in 1395, outlived his wife and their son John, who had married Maud Quatremain, sister and coheiress of Richard Quatremain of Rycote. Before 1423, however, he had enfeoffed his granddaughter Joan and her husband John Danvers, of Epwell in Swalcliffe and later of Colthorpe in Banbury, with Waterstock manor. ..."


Agnes married Sir William DE BRULEY, Knt., Lord Of Waterstock [3481] [MRIN: 1999], son of Sir John I DE BRULEY, Lord Of Waterstock [3487] and Bona FITZ ELLIS [3494]. (Sir William DE BRULEY, Knt., Lord Of Waterstock [3481] was born about 1350 in Waterstock, Oxfordshire, England and died in 1419-1423 in Waterstock, Oxfordshire, England.)




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