Name: Maud De Lucy
Birth: ABT 1239
Change Date: 9 APR 2013
?Matilda, daughter of Baron de Lucy.?
Maud de Lucy, wife of Nicholas de Segrave, is identified as a Lucy in an old Segrave family pedigree, presumably the one Hap refers to in the Chaucombe Priory. Unfortunately, her parentage is not stated in the document. However, since the rest of the pedigree appears to be sound, there is no reason to suppose that she was not in fact a Lucy as claimed. She was evidently the daughter of Geoffrey de Lucy, a male line descendant of Richard de Lucy the Justiciar. There is some evidence to support a Lucy connection. As I recall, Maud's eldest son went on a Crusade with one of the many Geoffrey de Lucy's. Also, I've discovered that Maud's younger son held property in Essex under a Lucy family that descends from Robert de Lucy, brother of the Justiciar. My guess is that this property was probably Maud's maritagium and that she settled it on her younger son. Just how the Essex property was subinfeuded to the junior branch of the family, I have no idea.
Dau of Thomas de Lucy and Isabelle de Bolteby? (Wikipedia)
Surely NOT dau of REYNOLD (REGINALD) de LUCIE (d 1197) and ANNABELL FITZDUNCAN.
Nicholas De Segrave b: 1238
- Text: Douglas Richardson
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