Name: Geoffrey de Lucy
Birth: AUG 1267
Death: BEF 20 JAN 1305
Residence: Chelmscot, Bucks
Change Date: 20 SEP 2005
GEOFFREY DE LUCY, son and heir, was born at Chelmscot, Bucks, between 1 and 10 August 1267, and babtized at Soulbury. He had a writ for livery of his lands 15 November 1288, the King having taken his fealty, and his homage being reserved till the King's next coming to England. He was summoned, 26 January 1296/7, to the Parliament at Salisbury, and in that and the following year for military against the Scots.
He married Desiderée, whose parentage is not known (h). He died before 20 January 1304/5, the date of the writs to the escheators (i). His widow was summoned to attend the Coronation of Edward II, and was living in 1329. [Complete Peerage VIII:260, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
(h) She was possibly a Leyburn; on 23 Dec 1284, his marriage was granted to William de Leyburn; later Henry de Leyburn was one of his trustees.
(i) There are inqs. for cos. Beds, Bucks, and Herts, the last showing settlements by William de Leyburn.
Father: Geoffrey de Lucy b: ABT 1237 in Newington
Mother: Ellen de Raveningham b: in Dallington, Northamptonshire
Desiree de Leyburn
- Geoffrey de Lucy b: 21 JAN 1287