Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
NameSir Simon De BRUGGE, 11104
Birth1272, Bridge Soller, Herefordshire
Deathca 1323
FatherSir Simon De BRUGGE , 11106 (1243-1314)
MotherJuliana de WALWYN , 15989
Spouses
1Mary SOLERS, 11105
Birth1268
Death1310
Marriage1297
ChildrenJohn , 11094 (1296-1328)
Notes for Sir Simon De BRUGGE
Living temp Henry III or Edward I. Lord of Bridge (or Bruge ) Solers Herefordshire

Source <The Patrician, Volume 2> published by John Burke,Bernard Burke:

"In the reign of Henry III., Sir Simon de Brugge was Lord of the Manor of Brugge-upon- Wye, (now called Bridge Solers) in Herefordshire. He was a partizan of Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, in Montfort's rebellion against that monarch, and in consequence incurred a forfeiture of his lands aforesaid. He was succeeded by another Simon de Brugge, who was succeeded by John de Brugge, who in the parliament held at York, in the 16th of Edward II. is the first named in the return of Knights of the Shire of Herefordshire; and on that account he and the other Knight, Philip de Clavenone, had an allowance of one hundred and eight shillings for their expences, and two shillings a day for six weeks going and returning. He had a son, Sir Baldwin De Brugge, who is said by Collins to have married Isabel, daughter and coheir of Sir Piers Grandison, and had several children. His eldest son and heir Thomas Brugge enriched and elevated himself by marriage with Alice daughter and coheir of Sir Thomas Berkeley, of Coberley, in Gloucestershire, by Joan, sister and coheir of Sir John Chandos, ...
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