Name: Joan de PAVELEY , Heiress of Brooke 1
Birth: 14 NOV 1353 in Brooke, Westbury, Wiltshire, England 1
Death: BEF 1400 1
Following is an excerpt from a post to SGM, 24 Oct 1998, by Paul Reed:
From: Reedpcgen (reedpcgen AT aol.com)
Subject: Re: CP XIV: FitzPayn, Grey, Bryan [VERY LONG!]
The Paveley descent is as follows [VCH Wilts.], but I don't know how Isabel de Paveley, alleged wife of John de Erleigh, fits in yet.
1. Reynold de Paveley, liv. 1170-3, 1194, d. c. 1200
2. Walter de Paveley (minor in 1200), d. 1256
3. Reynold de Paveley, d. 1280
4. Walter de Paveley, d. 1323
5. Reynold de Paveley, d. 1347
6. John de Paveley, d. 1361
7b. Joan de Paveley, daughter and coheir (by the second wife), m. Ralph Cheyne (see above).
7a. Alice, daughter and coheir (by the first wife), m. John de St. Lo, d. 1375.
. . . They had three daughters and coheirs,
. . . (1) Joan (m. 1, Sir John Chidiock [d. 1390], and 2, John Bache [d. 1409]),
. . . (2) Elizabeth [which name was equivalent with Isabel], and
. . . (3) Eleanor [Ela] de St. Lo.
8. Eleanor/Ela de St. Lo m. (1) Thomas de Bradeston, and (2) Sir Richard de St. Maur [Lord St. Maur].
9. John de St. Maur, second son, m. Margaret de Erleigh, daughter of John and Isabel [de Paveley?] de Erley.
Though Margaret de Erleigh, widow of Sir Walter de Sandys and Sir William de Cheyne, died seised of one fourth of the manor of Westbury, it did not come to her through her own Paveley inheritance; it had been the holding of her first husband, John de St. Maur, having been settled on him by his mother Ela [Eleanor] [de St. Lo] de St. Maur, widow of Sir Richard.
Father: John de PAVELEY , of Brooke, Sir b: ABT 1320 in Brooke, Westbury, Wiltshire, England
Mother: Agnes de la MARE b: ABT 1325 in Nunney, Frome, Somerset, England
Ralph CHEYNEY , of Brooke, MP, Sir b: ABT 1337 in Manor of Cheyney-Cottered, Cottered, Hertfordshire, England
- William CHEYNEY , of Brooke, MP, Sir b: ABT 1374 in Poyntington, Sherborne, Dorset, England
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Page: Paul Reed, 24 Oct 1998