Name: Thomas or John Reynes
Residence: Marston Moretaine, Beds
MEM: Clifton church
Change Date: 16 JAN 2013
He married one of the daughters of John Broughton, of Toddington, Bedfordshire, and left three sons surviving, John, Thomas, and Richard.
In 1380?1 Sir John de Morteyn died, leaving his wife Elizabeth the profits of the manor of Marston Morteyne. Previous to his death, however, he had enfeoffed Sir Thomas Reynes, but the latter granted the property to Elizabeth for life, with remainder to Sir John de Morteyn with reversion in default to Richard Reynes and the heirs male of his body.
John de Morteyn died without issue.
Richard Reynes died in 1420, eight years before Elizabeth de Morteyn. Upon her death, therefore, Thomas the son of Richard Reynes, who had died in 1420, inherited the property. He was succeeded by his son Thomas, who was lord of Marston in 1451, and he again by John Reynes, whose daughter Elizabeth married Richard Decons [or Dicons] (d. 1521).
This would mean that Richard was son of Thomas, son of Thomas.
1428 would be too early for this Sir John if his father in law John Broughton died in 1489?:
Sir William's sister-in-law Mary Broughton married John Reynes. Alice Hartwell was the third wife of Sir John Reynes and died in 1428.
(The Beetle Gazette: Genealogic and Heraldic Chronicle of the Hartwell and ... - Page 51
by Rodney E. Hartwell - 1967)
Father: Roger Reynes
Mother: Anne Tyringham
- Thomas Reynes
- Richard Reynes