Sir Thomas Bryan Knight
- Born: England
- Marriage: Margaret Bourchier 1228
- Died: Bef Jan 1517, England 1228
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 1183
Sir Nicholas Carew married Elizabeth, daughter and heir for Sir Thomas Bryan, son and heir of Sir Thomas Bryan, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, and had by her one son, Sir Francis, and four daughters; Elizabeth, wife of a gentleman named Hall; Mary, married to Sir Arthur Darcy, second son of Thomas Lord Darcy of the North; Anne, first to Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, of Paulesperry in Northampton; and Isabella, married to Nicholas Saunders, son and heir of Sir William Saunders.
"Sir Nicholas Carew," Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain, Vol. I, pp. 131-132
• Background Information. 1228
Sir Thomas Bryan, Knight, was son and heir of Sir Thomas Bryan, Chief Justice of Common Pleas. In his willm, proved 30 Jan 1517, the younger Sir Thomas asked to be buried in the Chapel where his son Thomas was buried. He bequeathed his land, manors and tenements to his son Francis and to their heirs of his body. He mentions his two daughters, Margaret and Elizabeth. He also mentions his wife, Margaret, who was the daughter of Sir Humphrey Bourchier, Knight, and Elizabeth, the daughter and heir of Sir Fredrick Tylney. This Elizabeth married, as her second husband, Thomas Duke of Norfolk. Sir Humphrey Bourchier was the eldest son of John Lord Berners, and Humphrey's son John succeeded his grandfather in that Barony.
~ Testamenta Ventusta, Vol. II, pp. 551-553
Thomas married Margaret Bourchier, daughter of Sir Humphrey Bourchier Knight of the Garter and Elizabeth Tilney Countess of Surrey.1228 (Margaret Bourchier was born about 1469 in Essex, England and died about 1552 in Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England.)