- Born: , , England
- Marriage: Thomas DE GREY, of Rotherfield 
- Died: , , England
Another name for Maud was Mathilda.
Sources, Comments and Notes:
[Thomas's wife = Maud or Elizabeth ?]
"... The Breton family,... In 1313 Guy son of Peter le Bretun granted some of his possessions, including a mill, in Bascote, Long Itchington and elsewhere, and the reversion of lands held in dower by Simon de Mancetter and Mary his wife (presumably widow of Guy's father) to Peter de Lymesy and Alice his wife, and in the following year made a settlement of others on himself, his wife Joan, and Maud widow of Thomas de Grey. In 1352-3 Thomas, Guy's son, also made a settlement of his estates, including those in Bascote and Itchington; shortly before his death (c. 1360) he made over his estates to William Breton in trust for his son, to prevent the latter becoming the ward of the king, who had the custody of the Odingsels heir at the time. ..."
"Guy le Breton and his wife, Joan de Grey, are found in the ancestry of Maud Quartermain, wife of John Bruley (see posts further below). These people are ancestral to many people who post here on the newsgroup.
The item below regarding Guy le Breton comes the helpful online PROCAT Catalogue. It indicates that the mother of Joan (de Grey) le Breton was named Maud de Grey."
Maud married Thomas DE GREY, of Rotherfield  [MRIN: 2032], son of Sir Robert DE GREY, Knt., of Rotherfield  and Joan DE VALOINES . (Thomas DE GREY, of Rotherfield  was born about 1263 in Rotherfield, Oxfordshire, England and died before 1312 in , , England.)