- Born: Abt 1150, , , England
- Marriage: Godfrey DE LUCY, bishop of Winchester 
- Died: After 1204, , , England
Sources, Comments and Notes:
7. GODFREY3 DE LUCY (RICHARD2, ADRIAN1) was born Abt. 1124 in Lucé, Near Maine, Normandy, France, died 11 September 1204 and is buried outside Winchester lady-chapel which he commissioned.. He met long term partner AGATHA.
Lucy, Godfrey de (d. 1204) , bishop of Winchester; son of Richard de Lucy ; became a royal clerk and received many ecclesiastical preferments; archdeacon of Derby, 1182; canon of York and archdeacon of Richmond; justice-itinerant for the district beyond the Trent and the Mersey, 1179; bishop of Winchester, 1189-1204.
Fact 1: Also possibly known as "Geoffrey" in 1225 Feet of Fines
Fact 2: 1171, Dean of St.Martins-le-Grand
Fact 3: Bishop of Winchester & Canon of Lincoln
Fact 4: 1179, Justice, beyond Trent & Mersey. ...
Fact 7: 1190, Left England 1190 when Richard I left for crusade & returned 1198
Fact 8: 1202, Large works undertaken on Winchester Cathedral at his instigation. (5 years)
Fact 9: Evidence of long standing clandestine marriage with Agatha (wet nurse employed by Eleanor of Aquitaine) who later married William of Gaddesdon. ...
Children of GODFREY DE LUCY and AGATHA are:
i. MATILDA4 DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1156, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England; m. WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP; b. Abt. 1154.
ii. MABEL DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1161, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.
iii. AVELINE DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1165, Newington, England.
14. iv. GEOFFREY DE LUCY, b. Abt. 1174, Newington, Kent, England; d. 1234. ..."
Source <Eleanor of Aquitaine: Queen of France, Queen of England> Par Ralph V. Turner:
"... Eleanor felt so fondly toward Agatha, one of her children's wet-nurses, that in 1198, three decades after her child-bearing years, she rewarded her service with a gift of land in Hertfordshire and a year later a more valuable gift, a Devonshire manor. Agatha was a woman whose ambition Eleanor could admire, and such generous gifts would have made her former servant a woman of some means. Some time, probably before becoming John's wet-nurse, Agatha entered into a long-term relationship with Godfrey de Lucy, son of the chief justiciar and himself a royal clerk who would win the bishopric of Winchester in 1189 despite being encumbered with a "wife.""
Agatha married Godfrey DE LUCY, bishop of Winchester  [MRIN: 1635], son of Richard DE LUCÉ, "Le loyal", lord of Ongar, Chief Justiciar Of England  and Rohese DE BOULOGNE . (Godfrey DE LUCY, bishop of Winchester  was born about 1124-1134 in Lucé, Normandie, France, died on 11 Sep 1204 in , , England and was buried in Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire, England.)