'Braybrooke01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Braybrooke of Braybrooke, Braybrooke of Colmworth, Braybrooke of Horsenden

m. Aubrey de Neufmarche (dau of Ivo de Neufmarche of Braybrooke Castle)
1. Robert 'le May' de Braybrooke of Braybrooke Castle (Northamptonshire), Sheriff of Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire, Chancellor of England (a 1208)
A. Henry de Braybrooke of Braybrooke Castle, Sheriff of Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire
  m. (1222) Christine Ledet (d 1291-2, dau of Wischard (Guiscard) Ledet of Potton by Margery Foliot, m2. Gerald de Furnival)
  i. Wischard (Guiscard) de Ledet (de Braybrooke) omitted by some sources
  The following is supported by TCP ('Latimer of Corby') and also by 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John NichoÏs, vol 2, part 2, 1798, 'Pedigree of Latimer ...', p566) which also supports the above.
  m. Mary
  a. Walter de Ledet of Braybrooke (d 1256)
  m. Ermentrude de Lisle (m2. Robert Peche)
(1) Alice Ledet (d before 08.03.1316/7)
  m. William de Latimer of Corby & Danby, 1st Lord (d 05.12.1304)
  (2) Christian Ledet (d before 10.11.1292)
  m. John de Latimer (d before 12.12.1282, brother of William)
  Braybrooke passed to their son Thomas.
ii. Sir John de Braybrooke of Horsenden (Buckinghamshire) & Blunham (Bedfordshire) (a 1283)
  m. Joan de Oyldebœuf (d 1302, dau/coheir of Walter de Oyldebœuf of Colmesworth (Colmworth))
  a. Sir Gerard de Braybrooke of Horsenden, Blunham & Colmworth (Bedfordshire) (b 1264, d c1324)
  m. Lora Picot (dau of Michael Picot/Pigot of Doddington, Streatly & Higham Gobion by Joan, dau of Sir Baldwin Wake)
  (1) Sir Gerard de Braybrooke of Horsenden & Colmworth, Sheriff of Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire (b c1300, d 17.03.1359)
  m1. Isabella (or Elizabeth) Dakney (dau of Sir Roger Dakney of Clophill & Cainhoe by Joan, dau of Richard Cave)
(A) Sir Gerard de Braybrooke of Horsenden & Colmworth, Sheriff of Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire (b c1332, d 01.02.1403)
  m1. (1350) Margaret de Longueville (dau of John de Longueville of Overton Longueville & Colmworth)
  (i) Sir Gerard de Braybrooke of Colmworth & Overton Longueville, Sheriff of Essex (d 1429)
  m. Eleanor de St. Amand (d 24.12.1389, dau of Amauri de St. Amand, 3rd Lord)
(a) Gerard Braybroke of Danbury (b c1393, dvp 15.04.1422)
  The following is mostly supported by BE1883 (St. Amand) & TPC (St. Amand).
  m1. Pernelle de Gray (d 1414, possibly dau of Reginald, 4th Lord of Wilton?)
  ((1)) Elizabeth Braybroke
  m1. William de Beauchamp, 1st Lord St. Amand (d 19.03.1457)
  m2. Sir Roger Tocotes or Totos or Tacotes (d 1492)
((2)) Maud Braybroke (dsp c1424)
  m. John Babington of East Ilsley (son of Sir William of Chilwell)
  ((3)) Eleanor Braybroke (d unm 1426)
  m2. Joan Ralegh (dau of Thomas Ralegh, dau of Thomas Ralegh of Farnborough by Joan Astley, m2. Edward Bromflete)
  ((4)) Eleanor Braybroke (b c1422, d unm 23.08.1428)
  (b) Sir Reginald de Braybrooke of Cooling, Kent (d 20.09.1405)
  m. Joan de la Pole, Baroness Cobham (d 13.01.1434, dau of Sir John de la Pole of Chrishall by Joan, dau of 3rd Lord Cobham)
  ((1)) Joan Braybroke
  m. Sir Thomas Brooke of Brooke (d 1439)
Their son Edward became 6th Lord Cobham.
  ((2))+ other issue (d young) - Reginald, Robert
  (c) Joan de Braybrooke
  m1. Reginald Everington
  m2. Sir William Thirnyng of Chesterton (Chief Justice)
  m2. (1369) Isabel de Meynall (d 1393, dau of Sir Hugh de Meynall of Langley Meynall by Alice, dau of Nicholas de Audley, 1st Baron Audley, relict of Sir Thomas Shirley & Sir John de Wodhull)
  (ii) Ralph de Braybrooke
  (iii) Nicholle de Braybrooke (d 1411)
  m. Sir Thomas Charworth of Wiverton & Alfreton
  (B) Alice de Braybrooke
  m1. John Carbonel of Burston
  m2. Sir John Kentwood of Tilehurst
  (C)+ other issue - John, Nicholas (Archdeacon of Cornwall, canon of St. Paul's), Robert (b 1336, d 27.08.1404, Bishop of London, Chancellor of England), Reginald (canon of St. Paul's)
  m2. Mabel
  (2)+ other issue - John, Henry, Richard, Simon

Main source(s): information kindly provided by a contributor (OWC, 06.03.08) with reference to VCH (Bedfordshire vol 2 & 3, Berkshire v3, Buckinghamshire v3, Huntingdonshire v2, Leicestershire v5, Northamptonshire v4)
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