Richard Vernon: Birth: ABT FEB 1370. Death: 1401
Note: N2517 Heir of her brother Fulco de Pembruge.
Richard de Vernon was her first wife.
In 1377 William Bagot [d1407], with many accomplices, including certain of the earl's servants, abducted Juliana, widow of Sir Richard Vernon, and held her prisoner in Warwick castle. Clearly, Bagot had the earl's support for his action, ...
(The History of Parliament: House of Commons, 1386-1421. J. S. Roskell. 1993. p99.)
... mantle and ring according to custom, she had come to Westminster by writ of the late king, and was returning home when William Bagot, ... took her prisoner to Warwick castle, carried away her goods, and assaulted her servant*. ...
(Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public Record ... 1971)
In 1377 she made a vow of chastity before Robert, the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. On returning home with the king's license, she was assaulted and wounded by William Bagot [d1407] and others, and imprisoned first at Paulerspury in Northamptonshire and then Warwick Castle.
In 1409 she was heir to her brother, Sir Fulk Pembridge, inheriting the castle and lordship of Tong in Shropshire and Aylestone in Leicestershire.
Note: 60 in 1409
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