Name: Thomas Brounflete
Birth: ABT 1340 in York, England
Death: 31 DEC 1430
Burial: Wymington, Bedfordshire 1
Residence: Londesborough, & Weighton, Yorkshire
Occupation: Keeper of the King?s Wardrobe
MEM: Wymington, Bedfordshire; brass with effigy
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Change Date: 11 SEP 2009
Treasurer of the household to Henry IV.
In 1401 Sir Thomas Brownfleet became Comptroller of the Royal Household in place of Robert Litton.
High Sheriff of Yorkshire jointly with Sir William Dronsfield in 1401-2.
The market at MARKET WEIGHTON, Yorkshire, was granted to Thomas Brounflete (1390), esquire of the king, and his wife Margaret, and on 26 Jul 1458 to Henry Bromfleet, kn, lord Vescy, kinsman and heir of Reynold son of Peter.
Earliest person in Bromflete of Vescy entry in Burkes Extinct Peerage 1883.
In 1377, Richard II granted to Thomas Brounflete, one of the royal clerks, the custody of the hospital of Peak Castle, which had been recently seized into the king's hands by the escheator of the county of Derby, to hold the same from the date of seizure so long as it remained in the king's hands, without rendering aught therefor, provided that he supported the burdens of the hospital during his custody
Father: William Brounflete or Bromflek
Mother: Ellen de Yarnewek
Margaret St John b: ABT 1372
- Note: 13 Rich II 2
- Henry Bromflete b: in Londesborough, Yorkshire
- Joan Brounflete b: 1384
- Type: Book
Periodical: Magna Carta Ancestry
Author: Douglas Richardson
- Title: Burke's Dormant & Extinct Peerages
Author: Burke, John & Burke, Sir Bernard
Publication: Harrison, London, 1844, 1883, reprinted 1969
Text: Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire