'Engaine1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Engaine of Colne, Engaine of Engaine, Engaine of Laxton, Engaine of Pytchley, Engaine of Teversham, Lisures (Lizures) of Abingdon, Lisures (Lizures) of Benefield
[This page was orginally named EZmisc01. It was renamed on 14.06.16.]

'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 1, 1830, 'Engaine, Lizures, Bassingburn, Colvile, Basset, Gernon, &c.', p9) starts with Richard of Abington, Benefield, Kirby & Stibington who is shown as possibly great-grandfather of Richard (a 1146, "forester of co. Northt.") father by his 2nd wife (Matilda, dau/heir of Baldwin Buelot or Bullers) of Vitalis. TCP & BE1883 start with ...
Richard 'Ingaine' (chief engineer to King William the Conqueror)
1. Vitalis or Viel Engaine of Laxton and Pytchley (a 1130)
  m. Alice Lizures, heiress of Abington (dau/heir of William Lizures of Wansford, etc.) identified by Baker
A. Richard Engaine of Laxton and Pytchley (d 1177)
  m. Margery (b c1135, a 05.1196)
  i. Richard Engaine of Laxton and Pytchley (d 23.04.1209)
  m. Sara de Chesney of Colne (dau of William 'de Caisneto' of Horsford and Colne)
  BE1883 identifies Sara as daughter of the (1st) Earl of Oxford. We follow TCP.
  a. Richard Engaine of Laxton, Pytchley and Colne (d unm 1216)
  b. Viel (or Vitalis) Engaine of Laxton, Pytchley and Colne (d 22.10.1248)
  m. Rohese of Montgomery
  (1) Viel (or Vitalis) Engaine (dvp unm)
  (2) Henry Engaine of Laxton, Pytchley & Colne (d unm 28.06.1271/2)
  (3) William Engaine (dsp c1244)
  (4) John Engaine of Laxton, Pytchley and Colne (d 05.01.1296/7)
  m. Joane (dau of Sir Gilbert de Grinville or Greinville of Hallaton)
(A) John de Engaine of Laxton, Lord (dsp 28.09.1322)
  m. Ellen (dau of Sir Robert FitzRoger of Warkworth)
  (B) Nicholas de Engaine of Colne Engaine and Coton (d 12.1322)
m. Amicia Fauconberg (dau of Sir Walter de Fauconberg of Skelton, 1st Lord)
  (i) Sir John de Engaine of Laxton and Dillington, 1st Lord (b c1302, d 16.02.1357/8)
  m. Joane Peverell (dau of Sir Robert Peverell of Castle Ashby)
  (a) Thomas de Engaine, 2nd Lord (dsp 29.06.1367)
  m. Katherine Courtenay (d 31.12.1399, dau of Hugh Courtenay, 2nd Earl of Devon)
  (b) Joyce Engaine
  m. John de Goldington of Thele and Springfield
  (c) Elizabeth Engaine
  m. Sir Lawrence Pabenham of Pavenham (b c1334, d 10.06.1399)
  (d) Mary Engaine (d 19.05.1401)
  The following comes from TCP and Visitation (Bedfordshire, 1566, Cheyney of Toddington).
m1. Sir William Bernak or Barnacke of Saxlingham, etc (son of John, son of William, son of Richard by Sara, dau of William Dawbnay of Barkeston)
  ((1)) Sir John Bernak of Saxlingham (b before 1374, d 08.1409)
  m. Anne Noon (dau of Sir Edmund Noon of Shelfanger)
  ((A)) Mary Bernak (b 08.09.1406, d 23.09.1464)
  m. Robert Stonham of Stonham Aspall (d 27/8.02.1454/5)
  Visitation inserts an additional generation here with the following Elizabeth being dau of another Robert (by Katharine, dau of William Burgett). The dates make that look unlikely. Perhaps that Robert was her brother who dsp.
  ((i)) Elizabeth Stonham (b c31.07.1425)
  m. John Broughton of Toddington (d 13.07.1489)
((B))+ other issue - John (d before 1401, d 17.08.1415), Edmund (b before 1406, d 19.08.1415), Joan (b after 1406, d unm 12.1420)
  m2. Thomas la Zouche of Westoning (dsp 30.10.1404)
  (C) Joan de Engaine (d 01.06.1315)
  m1. (1286) Walter FitzRobert (b 1275, d 1293)
  m2. (by 1296) Adam de Welle, 1st Lord (d 01.09.1311)
  (D) Joyce de Engaine (d 1312) apparently of this generation
  m. (c1277) Roger de Huntingfield of Huntingfield & Frampton (d c11.1302)
  B. Fulk de Lisures or Lizures of Benefield & Abingdon (d 1185, forester in Northamptonshire)
The following is partly supported by Baker (identified at the top of the page).
  m. Adelis or Alice (b c1135, a 12.1189, sister of William d'Auberville) shown by Baker as m2. Nicholas Bassingburn but see ## just below.
  i. William de Lisures of Benefield & Abingdon (dsp 12.1194, forester in Northamptonshire)
  m. Isabel (a 1240-1, dau of Simon FitzSimon, m2. Ralph Berners)
  ii. Hugh de Lisures of Benefield & Abingdon (d 24.02.1207/8)
  a. Fulk Lizures (d by 1208) mentioned by Baker but not by TCP
  (1) William Lizures
  b. Alice de Lisures of Benefield & Abingdon (d 18.11.1252)
  Alice is mentioned by TCP but not by Baker who shows Alice, wife of a Nicholas Bassingburn of Benefield, differently. See ## just above and note at ...
  m. Nicholas de Bassingburne (a 10.1229)
  c. Isabel de Lisures mentioned by Baker but not by TCP
  m. Hugh de Gemelles
  (1) Idonea de Gemelles
  m. Baldwin Drayton ## see here ##



Presumed to have been connected to the above family was ...
Robert Engaine (a 1198)
1. William Engaine (a 1223)
  A. Robert Engaine (a 1268)
  i. William Engaine of Teversham, Cambridgeshire
  a. John Engaine of Teversham
  m. Joane
  (1) Thomas Engaine
  (2) Sir Thomas Engaine (a 1362)
  m. Margaret de Lahey (dau/heir of William de Lahey of Shepreth (by Sara Pigott of Ratcliff) son of Sir John of Shepreth (by Joane) son of Sir William (a 1315, by Joane) son of John son of Sir William of Shepreth & Papworth Everard, Cambridgeshire)
  (A) Elizabeth Engaine
m. Sir John Inglethorpe
  (B) Margaret Engaine
  m. _ Zouch
  (C) Joane Engaine
  m. Sir William Ashenhall
  (D) Jaone Engaine
  m. _ Haselden
  (E) Joane Engaine
  m. Sir Balwin (sic) St. George (d 1425)
  (3) Catherin Engaine
  m. Sir John Burgh
  (4) Elizabeth Engaine
  m. _ Gray of Wilton

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 21.06.03) : BE1883 (Engaine), TCP (Engaine)
(2) For lower section (uploaded 27.01.21) : Visitation (Cambridgeshire, 1575+1619, 'St. George')
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