Name: Fulk de Coudray
Prefix: Sir 1
Note: 35 yrs at father?s death
Death: BEF 1376
Note: His wife was a widow in 1376
Change Date: 25 SEP 2010
Barton Stacey was granted to Elizabeth (who married Philip Popham) in 1370 by her parents Sir Fulk and Joan de Coudray.
Fulk de Coudray was 35 years old when he succeeded to the Manor of Padworth with other estates in 1349.
Sherborne Coudray had, however, passed to his sister, on whom it was settled on her marriage with Sir Thomas Fifhilde of Fifield. He [Fulk de Coudray or Sir Thomas Fifhilde?] had no children and, in consequence, he settled the reversion of the manor of Herriard on a cousin, Sir Henry Coudray; this manor, as it is there explained, was at the time held by Sir Robert Achard and Agnes his wife on a lease for their lives by a grant from Sir Henry's and Sir Fulk's grandfather, Sir Thomas Coudray.
Sir Fulk left to his widow Joan the Manor of Padworth for her life with a reversion to one William Mulsho, Parson of Berughby.
Father: Thomas de Coudray
- Elizabeth de Coudray
- Text: Kenn and other families researcher: Nicholas Deas, Yatton
- Type: Book
Periodical: The Coudray Family
Author: Mary Sharp & W.O. Clinton
- Type: Web Site
Title: Berkshire History
Author: © Nash Ford Publishing 2005. All Rights Reserved.