Name: John De Moels
Suffix: 1st Baron Moels
Birth: 1269 in Cadbury, Mapperton, Somerset
Death: 20 MAY 1310
Change Date: 27 SEP 2010
John was the 1st Baron Moels, and, after he distinguished himself in the Scottish wars of Edward I, was summoned to Parliament as a Baron from 6 Feb., 1299, to 16 June, 1311, 3rd of Edward II.
He had Cadbury and Napperton in County Somerset, King's Carswell and Langford, County Devon, and Over Orton and Stoke Bassett, County Oxford.
He was summoned for military service against the Scots and also in Flanders from March 1, 1295/6, to July 30, 1309, 3rd of Edward II.
He was summoned to Parliament from February 6, 1298/9, to June 16, 1311, by writs directed to Johanni de Moels, whereby he is held to have become Lord Moels. In 1297 he was granted houses within the Castle of Sherbourne for himself and wife.
He married a Maud of the noble family of Lord Grey, of Ruthin.
Source: Cokayne Complete Peerage, Vol. 9, p. 5.
Roger and Hawise [???] had a son Nicholas, 2nd Baron Moels, who died in 1316; a 2nd son Roger, 3rd Baron Moels, died unmarried before July 13, 1295, and a 3rd son, John de Moels, 4th Baron Moels.
Father: Roger De Moels b: 1240 in Cornwall
Mother: Alice De Preuz b: 1287
Maud Grey b: ABT 1272
- Nicholas de Moels b: 10 AUG 1289
- John De Moels b: ABT 1297
- Joan De Moels b: ABT 1299 in Of Castle Cary, Somerset