Lucy DE THWENG 
- Born: 24 Mar 1278, , , England
- Marriage: William IV LE LATIMER, 2nd Baron Latimer 
- Died: 1346, , , England at age 68
- Buried: Guisborough Priory, Yorkshire, England
Another name for Lucy was THWINGE, TWENGE.
Sources, Comments and Notes:
"Lord William le Latimer & Lucy de Thweng
~1268, William born in England, s/o Lord William Latimer & Alice Ledet.
3/24/1278, Lucy born in England, d/o Robert de Thweng & Maud Hansard.
6/28/1284, William le Latymer [William's father], escheator north of Trent, present at the proof of age of Lucy, heiress of Peter de Brus of Skelton castle.
4/1305, William was given power to arrest the abductors and take back his wife Lucy. [He was not successful.] Lucy became the mistress of Nicholas Meinill, lord of Whorlton. [One son - Nicholas son of Lucy.] This Nicholas was an enemy of William. ...
1305, Lucy began divorce proceedings, claiming consanguinity. William was excommunicated for not paying legal fees. William appealed to Rome and had the excommunication lifted. ...
1309, Lucy, guilty of adultery, was ordered to Watton priory, but could not be found. ...
1/1310, Lucy and Nicholas agreed to separate and Lucy was fined 40£ [Nicholas fined 50£]. ...
2/10/1311, Whereas William le Latimer and Lucy his wife, daughter and heir of Robert de Twenge, quit-claimed to the king the manor of Daneby in Balkhoumor, co. York, late of Peter de Brus, … which were of the inheritiance of the said Lucy ; … the king, of special grace, has given the said William all the foregoing, the be held by him for life … remainder to William son of the said William and Lucy …
Bef. 7/1312, Lucy and William's divorce was finalized. Lucy had to grant William the manor of Sinnington for life. Lucy was now free to remarry; and married Robert de Everingham, a household knight. ...
1316, Lucy's husband, Robert de Everingham, killed fighting the Scots. ...
By 1318, Lucy married Bartholomew de Fanacourt, a Frenchman. ...
Bef. 3/8/1327, William died. ...
2/10/1346, Lucy and Bartholomew granted lands to John Darcy junior and his wife Elizabeth, to hold for Lucy's lifetime, in return for 50 marks rent. [Elizabeth was Lucy's granddaughter by her son Nicholas Meinill.] ...
1346, Lucy died; buried at Guisborough with Robert de Everingham. ...
Child of William and Lucy:
i. Christian le Latimer, born 1294 in England. ... "
Source <The History of the Monastery Founded at Tynemouth, in the Diocese ..., Volume 2> Par William Sidney Gibson:
"Of the family of Tweng, antiently lords of Kilton Castle in Cleveland, and other large possessions in that northern tract of Yorkshire, Dugdale (Baronage, tom. ii. p. 37) says the first of whom he finds mention is Sir Robert de Thweng, knight, who, in 22 Hen. III., took a journey to Rome as representative of several English nobles. In the 29 Hen. III. there occurs a mandate to the Sheriff of Yorkshire commanding him to make extent of the lands of Rob. de Tweng, Abb. Rot. Orig. p. 7. Dugdale says that this knight was succeeded by Marmaduke his son, who by marriage with the sister and coheir of Duncan Darell had issue, Robert, whose son Marmaduke married Lucia, sister and coheir to Peter de Brus, who in 2 Edw. I. occurs as married to Marmaduke Tweng, Abb. Plac. 206. Marmaduke de Tweng occurs frequently in the Originalia and Patent Rolls during the reign of Edw. I. In the 22 Ed. I. he had summons to attend the King and advise him, and shortly afterwards was summoned to sail with the King in his expedition to France. " Licencia fugandi pro Ricardo de Twenge" occurs Rot. Pat. 51 Hen. III. rot. 54, and Sir Ric. de Thweng, Knight, occurs among the persons present in 7 Ed. I. on the christening of the sole daughter and heir of Robert, who was a son of, and succeeded to the Marmaduke last mentioned. Robert de Tweng is mentioned as deceased in I7 Ed. I., Abb. Rot. Orig. p. 63. Lucy, daughter of Robert de Twenge, is mentioned as being under age in 13 Ed. I., idem p. 50. In the 25th year of the same reign the custody of Wm. de Percy is found to pertain to Wm. le Latymer in right of the said Lucy his wife, ..."
Source <Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Or, A Concentrated Account of All the ..., Volume 1> Par Sir T C Banks:
"... Robert de Twenge, never had summons to parliament, and died leaving a daughter and heiress Lucie, who married William le Latimer, from whom she was divorced, and afterwards married Nicholas de Meinill, or rather, as it is said, was his concubine, and had by him a bastard son Nicholas." She was again married to, or became the concubine successively of, Bartholomew de Fancourt and Robert de Everingham. ..."
Source <The dormant and extinct baronage of England: or, An historical and ...> Par Thomas Christopher Banks:
"TWENG, Or THWENG.
Of this family, anciently lords of Kilton Castle, in Cleveland, the first person noticed is Sir Robert De Thweng, knight, who was succeeded by Marmaduke, his son, who married one of the sisters and coheirs of Duncan Darrell, and had issue
Robert, the father of another Marmaduke, who married Lucia, *Vid.Brusof one of the sisters and coheirs to Peter, the last lord Brus of Skelton*; skciton. |e^. i^ue R0bert) Marmaduke, and some other younger sons.
Which Robert had issue an only daughter, Lucy, who became the wife of William de Latimer, junior; but being divorced from him, she afterwards married Nicholas de Meinill; next Bartholomew de Fancourt; and, lastly, Robert de Everingham.
Dying thus without issue male, his brother Marmaduke was his fuccessor. ..."
Lucy married William IV LE LATIMER, 2nd Baron Latimer  [MRIN: 2337], son of Sir William III LE LATIMER, Knt., "Le Riche", 1St Baron Latimer  and Alice LEDET, Of Corby . (William IV LE LATIMER, 2nd Baron Latimer  was born about 1268 in , , England and died before 8 Mar 1327 in , , England.)