Name: John de Longueville
Death: ABT 1319
Residence: Orton Longueville, Huntingdonshire
Change Date: 15 SEP 2009
Orton Longueville is now in Cambridgeshire.
Is he this man?:
A Sir John Longueville, knt., probably of Overton, or Orton Longueville , in Huntingdonshire, on the borders of Northamptonshire, was knight of the shire for Huntingdon in the 35th Edw. I. , and his name occurs as a banneret of Huntingdonshire in the list of bannerets (with their arms) of the commencement of the reign of Edward II. published by the Record Commission in Parliamentary Writs, vol. i. p. 417. Johannes de Longeville, miles , received a pardon as an adherent of the earl of Lancaster, 12 Edw. II., and Johannes de Lungeville, miles , was Assessor and Collector of the subsidy for the county of Northampton in the 16th Edw. II. (Parliamentary Writs, vol. ii. div. ii. p. 128, div. i. pp. 211, 278.) Whether either of these knights is identical with the burgess and Justice, I cannot say. The identity of the burgess with the Justice is assumed by the author of the Index to the Parliamentary Writs, and is confirmed by the compilation of legal materials, including a Custumary of Northampton, contained in the Cambridge MS.(and.lexilog.net/cgi-bin/xpr-texts?file=/ and-prod/texts/britton1.xml&target=lxii )
A Sir John de Lungeville or Longueville of Orton Longueville married a Margaret de Worteley (d aft 1349) (who m 2nd abt 1302 Peter de Saltmershe).
If dates are correct it must be an earlier John than the father of Margaret, if she was born abt 1355.
Father: Henry Longueville b: ABT 1230
Mother: Petronilla Lovetot
Margaret de Worteley
- Margaret de Lungeville