Reginald de Lucy
- Born: Abt 1144, Nottinghamshire, England
- Marriage: Amabel Fitz William
- Died: Abt 11 Jan 1198-1199, Egremont, Cumberland, England about age 54 141
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• Background Information. 141
Reynold de Lucy, ancestor of this family, was probably a near kinsman of the great justiciar Richard de Luci. He was associated with the county of Cumberland as early as 1158. From 1168 to 1175 he was in charge of the Honour of Peverel of Nottingham; and was keeper of Nottingham Castle when it was taken and burnt by Earl Ferrers in the rebellion of 1174. In 1181 he was in Ivry. In 1187, he escorted Henry II's granddaughter, daughter of Henry the Lion of Saxony, from Southampton to the Continent. He was present at the Coronation of Richard I in September 1189.
Reynold de Lucy married Amabel, 2nd of the three daughters and coheirs of William Fitz Duncan and Alice de Rummily his wife, lords of Skipton, Egremont, and Copeland, and had with his wife the last two lordships. In January 1198/9 he was ill, and died about that time.
~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. VIII, pp. 247-248
• Web Reference: Lucy .
In 1174 Reginald (Reynold) de Lucy (b.1137-1189), son of Sir William de Lucy (1089-1179), a kinsman of Richard de Lucy, Chief Justiciar of England, married Amabil (Annabelle, b 1150), daughter of William fitz Duncan (William, son of Duncan). She was descended from Gospatric I, the Earl of Northumberland (1067-1072). Her grandfather was Duncan II, King of Scots, and her father was William Fitz Duncan, Lord of the Barony of Allerdale. She was from the "House of Gospatric" which was founded by Crinan the Abbot of Dunkeld, and Bethune the heiress of Scotland (c.1000 A.D.).who were also the ancestors of the Washington family of whom, George Washington, First President of the United States of America is the most famous descendent
Reginald married Amabel Fitz William, daughter of William Fitz Duncan and Alice de Rumilly. (Amabel Fitz William died before 1201 160.)