Name: Norman DARCY , of Cawkwell & Nocton, Sir 1 2
Birth: ABT 1236 in Nocton, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England 2
Death: BEF 6 JAN 1295/96 in Cawkwell, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England 2
Sir NORMAN D'ARCY or DARCY, s. & h. of Sir Philip d'Arcy, of Nocton, Conningsby, Stallingborough, and Cawkwell, co. Lincoln (who d. shortly bef. 28 May 1264) (c), by Isabel (living 15 Jun 1281), sister and coh. (or in her issue coh.) of Sir Roger Bertram, of Mitford, and 2nd dau. of Sir Roger Bertram of Mitsford, Northumberland. He was aged 28 and more at his father's death. Being one of the insurgent barons, he was arrested at Hull in 1264. The King took his homage and he had livery of his father's lands, 1 Jul 1264. Pardoned, 30 Jun 1267, and admitted to the King's peace, 1 July. He was sum. for Military Service from 12 Dec 1276 to 14 Mar 1282/3, to a Military Council 14 Jun 1287, to attend the King at Shrewsbury 28 Jun 1283, and to attend the King wherever he might be 8 Jun 1294, by writs directed 'Normanno de Arcy'. He was on the King's service in Wales in 1277, 1282, and 1287, and in Scotland in 1291. A banneret, Feb 1283/4.
He m., 1stly, Julian. She d. bef. 15 Jun 1281. He m., 2ndly, bef. 20 Jan 1292/3, Margery. She had m., 1stly, Barnaby de Stiuecle, of Warden Beds, and Great Stukely, Hunts, who was aged 17 in 1254, and d. s.p. in 1257 or 1258; 2ndly, bef. 25 Apr 1260, William de Swinford, sometime Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk; and 3rdly, Ralph Rastel, who was living 23 Feb 1289/90. He d. shortly bef. 6 Jan 1295/6. His widow's dower was ordered to be assigned 1 Feb 1295/6. She was living 19 Feb 1302/3.
(c) This Philip had livery of his father's lands 16 Oct 1254 (they had been placed in his keeping 6 Feb 1253/4, his father being old and infirm), being s. & h. of Normand d'Arcy (by Agnes his wife), s. & h. of Thomas (aged 18 in 1185, d. 1206, leaving a widow, Joan), s. & h. of Thomas, who d. 2 Jul 1180 (by Aline his wife, who d. 1183), s. & h. of Thomas, s. & h. of Robert (living 1130), s. & h. of Norman d'Arci (living 1115), the Domesday lord of Nocton, Coningsby, Dunston, Stallingborough, Cawkwell, &c., or perhaps his son. The barony was held of the King in chief by the service of 2 or 2 1/2 knights fees.
(h) He had a brother, Roger, who bought the manor of Sproatley in Holderness (this he sold to the King) from Simon de Veer, and lands in Oldcotes, Styrrup, and Blyth, Notts, from Ingram d'Ulcotes. This Roger d. bef. 12 May 1284. He was father of John Darcy le cosyn.
[Complete Peerage, IV:50-1, XIV:234]
Father: Philip DARCY , Lord of Nocton & Coningsby, Sir b: ABT 1213 in Nocton, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
Mother: Isabel BERTRAM b: ABT 1214 in Mitford Castle, Morpeth, Northumberland, England
Juliane b: ABT 1239
- Philip 1st Baron DARCY , of Nocton & Cawkwell,Sir b: BEF 1259 in Cawkwell, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, England
Margery b: ABT 1240
BEF 20 JAN 1292/93
in 4th husband 2nd wife
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Page: Douglas Richardson, 21 Dec 2012
Text: son of Philip Darcy of Nocton, knt & Isabel Bertram
- Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000