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Sir Nicholas d’Engaine Knight
(Abt 1270-Between 1322)
Amice de Faucomberge
(Abt 1270-After 1323)
Sir Robert Peverell Knight
(Abt 1280-1318)
Alice de Langton
Sir John d’Engaine Knight
Joan Peverell
(Abt 1310-After 1359)
Elizabeth d’Engaine
(Abt 1341-1387)


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Sir Lawrence de Pabenham Knight

Elizabeth d’Engaine

  • Born: Abt 1341, Engaine Manor, Great Gidding, Huntingdonshire, England 186
  • Marriage: Sir Lawrence de Pabenham Knight 141,160.,1202
  • Died: In or Before 1387, England about age 46 141,160

bullet  General Notes:

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. V, "The Heirs of Engaine" Pedigree, p. 80 141

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 141
Thomas Engaine's coheirs were his three sisters. One of these sisters was Elizabeth, aged 26, 1st wife of Sir Laurence de Pabenham, of Pavenham, Beds. Elizabeth she died in or before 1387. Sir Laurence de Pabenham, who was aged 11 in 1345, died 10 June 1399.

On 14 March 1367/8 and 25 May 1368 these three coheirs had livery of their purpartles of the lands which their brother had held in his demesne as of fee at his death. Among their representatives any hereditary Barony, that may be supposed to have been created by the writ of 1355, is in abeyance.

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. V, pp.78-81

• Family Background. 1202
" Margaria, wife of Nicholas de Cryoll, gave certain lands to Elizabeth de Clifford, to hold to her and her heirs by fine levied in the court of King Edward, son of King Henry, at York in the 30th year of his reign (1301), by virtue whereof, on John de Pabenham and Elizabeth his wife, were seized of the said lands. They had issue Thomas, and died seized of the said manor. After their death, the said Thomas entered into the same as son of the said Elizabeth, and had issue Laurence Pabenham, Chivaler, who entered therein as the son and heir of the said Thomas. The said Lawrence married Elizabeth Engayne and they had issue, Katherine, now the wife of Thomas Aylesbury, chivaler, who still survives. After the death of the said Elizabeth Engayne, the said Laurence married Joan Daubeney, and they had issue John (named in the write) and Alianor, wife of John de Tyryngham, who still survives. After the death of the said Laurence, the said John being under age and in the wardship of the King, entered the said manor, but died under age without heirs of his body, by force whereof, the said manor ought to come to the said Katherine and Alianore as daughters and heirs of the said Laurence and as kinswomen and heirs of the said Elizabeth.

"John Pabenham died on Tuesday next after the feast of St. James the Apostle (July 25) last past, the said Alianore is sister and next heir, and is aged 19 years and more. The said Katherine is aged 30 years and more."

"Chan. Inq. P.M. 8 Hen. IV., No. 61"

~From The Descent of the Family of Deacon of Elstowe and London, Part 2, p. 232

Elizabeth married Sir Lawrence de Pabenham Knight, son of Thomas de Pabenham and Alice de Ufford 141,160.,1202 (Sir Lawrence de Pabenham Knight was born about 1334 in Pabenham, Cambridgeshire, England 141 and died on 10 Jun 1399 in Engaine Manor, Great Gidding, Huntingdonshire, England 141.)

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