John de Capenhurst
(-After 1320)
Thomas de Capenhurst
(Abt 1310-1364)
Thomas de Capenhurst
(-After 1339)


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Thomas de Capenhurst

  • Born: Capenhurst, Cheshire, England
  • Marriage: Joan de Hogh 713
  • Died: After 1339 1498

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Records. 1499
Thomas de Capenhurst was Steward of Hope and Hopedale, 2 Sep 23 Ric. II

~ Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, Volumes 31-31, p. 182

• Records. 1498
30 Apr 1339, Berkhampstead, John Junctyn, merchant of the society of Peruzzi acknowledges for himself and his fellows, merchants of that society, that they owe to Thomas de Capenhurst, clerk, Richard de Capenhurst and Roger de Capenhurst, £88 4s 2d; to be levied in default of payment of their lands and chattels in the city of London.

2 Nov 1339, Kennington, Richard de Brokton acknowledges that he owes to Thomas de Capenhurst, clerk, £44; to be levied in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in the city of London.

21 Nov 1339, Langley, John Juntin and Peter Dyne, merchants of the society of the Peruzzi, acknowledge for themselves and their fellows merchants of that society, that they owe to Thomas de Capenhurst, clerk, and to Richard his brother, £128; to be levied etc. in the city of London.

The same John and Peter acknowledge for themselves and their fellows that they owe to the same Thomas and Roger his brother £112; to be levied etc. as aforesaid.

~ Calendar of the Close Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: 1339-1341, pp. 118, 276, 328

• Background Information. 713
17 Edward III, Thomas de Capenhurst grants to Thomas de Capenhurst his son and heir, and to Johanna, wife of the Thomas the younger & daughter of Richard Hough of Thornton-Hough, five messauges and all his lands in Capenhurst. [Harl. M.S.S.. 1424, p. 119] Seal, Gules, a chevron between three cocks Argent.

Thomas de Capenhurst, junior, had issue two daughters of whom _______ (possibly Isabell, according to predigree of Poole) brought lands in this township in marriage to Robert de Pulle, the superior lord; Maud, the other daughter married first to John Cheney of Willaston, Kt. and second to Adam del Lee of Capenhurst as found by Inq. 9 Hen. V of Christopher Hogh of Thornton Mayowe, as given at Leghton the latter being a dependant manor of the mesne manor of Capenhurst. By her first marriage her daughter and coheiress, Maud Cheney became the wife of William de Cholmondeley."

Ormerod's pedigree shows Thomas de Capenhurst as the likely son of John de Capenhurst who was living 12-13 Edw. II. This Thomas de Capenhurst was the first husband of Alice, and they were the parents of Thomas de Capenhurst, son and heir liging in 17 Edw. III, who married Joan, daughter of Richard del Hogh of Thornton Hogh & living in 17 Edw. III. The daughter of Thomas de Capenhurst and Joan del Hogh is Maud de Capenhurst whose first husband was Sir John Cheney of Willaston, Knight. The only heir Ormerod gives for Sir John Cheny & Maud de Capenhurst is their youngest daughter Maud who married William de Cholmondeley.

~George Ormerod's The History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol II, pp. 569-570

Thomas married Joan de Hogh.713 (Joan de Hogh was born about 1330 in Thornton Hough, Wirral, Cheshire, England.)


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