Name: John De Braose
Birth: ABT 1198
Death: 18 JUL 1232 in Bramber, Sussex
Residence: Bramber, Sussex
Burial: Aconbury, Herefordshire: Priory Church
Cause: Fell from his horse and ?was drawn at his horse?s own tail, and so met a cruel death? (Brut y Tywysogyon)
Change Date: 6 OCT 2011
John-Tadody de Braose, the heir, a minor when his father died, was reared at Gower Castle, his uncles, Giles, Bishop of Hereford, and Reginald de Braose, being his guardians, (see Mon. Andglie, vol. II., 557). He having no inheritance from his father, the king granted him, patent dated 25 April, 1228, certain Welsh lordships and castles, and the Manor of Bremine, in Sussex, where he was accidentally killed in 1232, (see D. Powell's His, of Wales, p. 288).
On the death of John de BRAOSE, the King siezed his lordship of Buckingham, the dowry of his wife, as security from her for the proper care of two sons, William, the heir, and Richard, till they became of age.
John de BRAOSE married the Princess Margaret, daughter of Llwellyn the Great, Prince of North Wales, and had, William, eldest son, guardian of the Welsh marches for Henry III.
Father: William De Braose b: ABT 1175
Mother: Maud Or Matilda De Clare
Margred Verch Llywelyn b: ABT 1210 in Carmarthenshire, Wales
- William De Braose b: 1220
- Richard de Braose b: ABT 1232