- Born: 1150, Nocton, Lincolnshire, England
- Marriage: Aline Deincourt
- Died: 2 Jul 1180, Nocton, Lincolnshire, England at age 30 1170
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 141
Philip had livery of his father's lands, 16 Oct 1254 (they had been placed in his keeping, 6 Feb 1254, his father being old and inform), being the son and heir of Norman d'Arcy (by Agnes, his wife), and son an heir of Thomas (aged 18 in 1186, died 1206, leaving a widow Joan), son and heir of Thomas, who died 2 Jul 1180 (by Aline, his wife who died 1183), son of Thomas, son and heir of Robert (living 1130), son and heir of Norman d'Areci (living 1115), the Domesday lord of Nocton, Coningsby, Dunston, stallingborough, Cawkwell, &c., or prehaps, his son.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 50, footnote (c)
• Background Information. 1170
I. Norman d'Areci, Domesday lord (1086) of Nocton, co. Lincoln; living in 1115, unless the Norman of 1115 was his son and an intermediate generation.
II. Robert Darcy, living 1130
III. Thomas Darcy
IV. Thomas Darcy, d. 2 Jul 1189; m. Aline, d. 1183
V. Thomas Darcy b. ca. 1168, aged 18 in 1186, d. 1206; m. Joan
~"The Darcy Ancestry of Mrs. John Sherman," American Genealogist, Vo. 21, p. 171
Thomas married Aline Deincourt, daughter of Walter II Deincourt and Agnes Basset. (Aline Deincourt was born in 1142 in Blankney, Lincolnshire, England and died in 1183 in Nocton, Lincolnshire, England 1170.)