Sir John d’Oyly Knight, Lord of Stoke
- Born: Raunton, Staffordshire, England
- Marriage: Alice de Stoke before Dec 1299 in Northamptonshire, England 865,906
- Died: Abt 1319, Raunton, Staffordshire, England 865
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 865
Sir John d'Oyly, Lord of Stoke, near Oundle, Northamptonshire died about 1290 and was married to Alice, daughter and heiress of John de Stoke, Lord of Stoke, Northamptonshire. Alice survived her husband. They were the parents of:
Sir Thomas d'Oyly, Lord of Raunton
Edward d'Oyly, on whom his father settled his lands in Lytchurch, Derbyshire, part of the Duston inheritance.
~ Topographer and Genealogist, Vol. I, pp. 371-372, d'Oyly Pedigree
• Background Information. 906
Sir John d'Oyly died about 1 Edward II and left issue by his first wife, Joane, daughter of Sir Robert de Knightley, of Knightley, Knight, an elder son of Sir John d'Oyly, Knight, who was of Stoke, near Oundle, Northamptonshire, in right of his wife Alice, daughter and heir of John de Stoke, to whom he married before Dec 1299. He died about 1319, not long after his father, but at 50 years of age. He was succeeded at Raunton and Stoke d'Oyly by his eldest son, Sir Thomas d'Oyly, Knight who was married, before 1313 to Margaret, nearly connection, and probably sister of Humphry Hastang, of Nassington, Northampton, by whom he had an elder son John. Sir Thomas died about 1336, probably slain in the Scotch wars in which he was serving. His son Sir John d'Oyly, Knight succeeded to Raunton. This Sir John was married to margaret, daughter and in her issue the heir of Sir Thomas Tregoze, Knight of Goring, sussex.
~Colltections for a History of Staffordshire, Vol. I, p. 384
John married Alice de Stoke, daughter of John de Stoke and Unknown, before Dec 1299 in Northamptonshire, England 865.,906 (Alice de Stoke died after 1316 865.)