Name: Isabel de WILLOUGHBY 1
Birth: ABT 1320 in Willoughby, Loughborough, Nottinghamshire, England
Following is a post to SGM, 4 Jul 2001, by Peter Sutton:
From: p.sutton (p.sutton AT ntlworld.com)
Date: 2001-07-04 14:47:43 PST
Payling page 242 shows Sir Edmund Willoughby as the only child of Sir Richard III de Willoughby and Joan Charron.
Roger was a cleric and son of Isabel de Morteyn
Mary as you say was married to Thomas Mallory and also a daughter of Isabel de Morteyn
Isabel Willoughby was also daughter of Isabel de Morteyn by Sir Richard III de Willoughby. If Isabel de W. had been a child of Joan Charron it would have been incest for her to have married her first husband, Reginald de Monboucher, (married 1336) who was Joan Charron's eldest child and heir of her first husband Sir Bertram de Monboucher.
Sir Richard III de Willoughby was not Chief Justice of Kings bench for nothing! From 21 February 1334 Richard III and Joan Charron enjoyed untroubled possession of the combined Monboucher and Charron estates. Reginald would inherit the Charron estates when Joan Charron died but he would enter into possession of the Monboucher estates on his majority. He reached his majority in 1336 when he was married to Isabel Willoughby.
You might find the following source of use - The Careers of Sir Richard II de Willoughby and Sir Richard III de Willoughby, Chief Justice of King's Bench (1338-1340) and the rise of the Willoughbys of Nottinghamshire Michael R. Bloom - Exeter College Oxford - Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - Trinity 1985 University of Oxford 1985.
Father: Richard de WILLOUGHBY , of Wollaton, Sir b: ABT 1275 in Willoughby, Loughborough, Nottinghamshire, England
Mother: Isabel de MORTEYN , Heiress of Wollaton b: ABT 1290 in Wollaton, Basford, Nottinghamshire, England
Reginald (Bertram) de MONBOUCHER b: 1315 in Seghill, Tynemouth, Northumberland, England
in 1st husband 1
- Bertram de MONBOUCHER , of Horton, Sir b: ABT 1345 in New Castle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England
John PEACHEY , Sir b: ABT 1320
in 2nd husband
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Page: Peter Sutton, 4 Jul 2001