Note: BARONY OF SAINT MAUR
V.5. RICHARD (SEYMOUR), LORD SAINT MAUR and LOVEL (of Castle Cary), son and heir, had order for livery of seisin in June, and did homage 9 September 1401. In 1398 he went on service to Ireland, in the company of Thomas (de Holand), Duke of Surrey, the King's Lieutenant. In September 1401 he had protection as proceeding to Aquitaine, presumably in the retinue of Edward, Earf of Rutland, the recently appointed Lieutenant; in November 1403, one of the commissioners appointed to go by sea to relieve Cardiff castle, besieged by Welsh rebels; J.P., Somerset, 1405. By writs directed Ricardo Seymour he was summoned to Parliament 19 June 1402 to 26 August 1407. He married Mary, widow of John BROUGHTON, and daughter and [in her issue] heir of Thomas PEYVRE [4th LORD PEYVRE] of Toddington, Beds, by Margaret, daughter and coheir of Sir Neel LORING, K.G. He died 7 January 1408/9. On 19 April 1409 his widow had licence to marry Hugh MORTIMER, the King's esquire; dower was assigned to her in May, with renewal of the licence; but she died before 26 July following.
[CP 11:361, 14:565]
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