Lucie de Thwenge
- Born: 24 Mar 1279
- Marriage: Nicholas Meynell 814
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 814
Nicholas Meinill was summoned to parliament from 6 to 15 Edward II. He died in 15 Edward II, leaving John, his brother and heir. By Lucie, daughter and heir of Robert de Thwenge, his mistress, he had a son also named Nicholas, who was the founder on the second barony of Meinill.
~Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Vol. I, p. 313
• Background Information. 141
In 1314 this Nicholas de Meinill, settled a great part of his property on Nicholas, his illegitimate son by Lucy, daughter and heir of Robert de Thweng, of Kilton, elder brother of Marmaduke, 1st Lord Thweng.
In 1315 Nicholas de Meinill bought the reversion of a moiety of the manors of Wooler, Hethpool Heatherslaw, Lowick, and Belford Northumberland, on the death of Mary (widow of Nicholas de Graham) to hold to him and the heirs of his body, and failing such issue to Nicholas son of Lucy daughter of Robert de Thweng and the heirs of his body, with remainder to his own right heirs.
In 1320-21 John son of William de Rosels conveyed the manor of Aislaby to him for life, with remainder to Nicholas his son by Lucy de Thweng.
~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. VIII, (Meihill), pp. 627-630, Vol. XIV, p.472
• Background Information. 1404
At the time of the Domesday Survey Yarm was entered among the king's lands, 3 carucates here having previously been held of him by Hawart [V.C.H. Yorks. ii, 203]. Later it became part of the Brus fee, and in the division among the heirs of Peter de Brus in 1272 [Cal. Inq. p.m. Hen. III, 266; Cal. Close, 1272'969, p. 40] passed to Lucy wife of Marmaduke de Thweng [Cal. Close, 1272'969, p. 40; Cal. Inq. p.m. Hen. III, 266], afterwards forming part of the inheritance of their granddaughter Lucy [Cal. Pat. 1281'9692, p. 179]. She married as her first husband William son of William le Latimer before 1295 [Dugdale, Mon. vi, 268; Cal. Gen. 768], and was afterwards married to Robert de Everingham [Abbrev. Rot. Orig. (Rec. Com.), i, 200]. In 1313 Robert and Lucy settled the manor on themselves and their heirs, with contingent remainder to Nicholas de Meynell, Lucy's natural son [Feet of F. Yorks. 7 Edw. II, no. 16]. Robert died before 1316 [Chan. Inq. p.m. 9 Edw. II, no. 50; Cal. Close, 1313'9618, p. 289], and Lucy afterwards married Bartholomew de Fanacourt [Cal. Pat. 1345'968, p. 274; Feet of F. Yorks. 19 Edw. III, no. 2]. In 1345 they settled the manor on themselves and the heirs of Bartholomew [Feet of F. Yorks. 19 Edw. III, no. 2], and in 1346 they obtained licence to grant it for Lucy's lifetime to John Darcy of Knaith and his wife Elizabeth [Cal. Pat. 1345'968, p. 43] daughter of Nicholas de Meynell [Chan. Inq. p.m. 4 Edw. III (1st nos.), no. 44].
A History of the County of York North Riding, Volume II, pp. 319-326
Lucie had a relationship with Nicholas Meynell, son of Nicholas Meynell and Christina.814 (Nicholas Meynell was born on 6 Dec 1274 in Whorlton, Stokesley, Yorkshire, England 141,160 and died on 26 Apr 1322 in Whorlton, Stokesley, Yorkshire, England 141.)