Name: Gerald de Braybrooke
Death: 17 MAR 1359
Residence: Colmworth, Bedfordshire
Occupation: Sheriff of Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire
BATT: Crecy 1346
Change Date: 16 DEC 2008
?Gerald II de Braybrooke?
Fought at the Battle of Crecy in the Black Prince's Division, 1346 & Died 1359.
How does this fit:
Gerard ('son of Gerard') was still holding the manor of Colmworth in 1346 (fn. 24) and 1350, (fn. 25) but in the same year Sir Gerard de Braybrooke, his son, had inherited the moiety of the manor. (fn. 26) The lastnamed Sir Gerard died in 1359, (fn. 27) when his wife Mabel received the issues from the family property.
It was at his death that the other portion of the Oyldeb?ufs' manor became joined again to the Braybrooke property by the marriage of Margaret daughter and heir of John de Longueville and Margaret, the other daughter of Walter de Oylde?uf, with his son and heir Gerard de Braybrooke.
Father: Gerard de Braybrooke b: 1264
Mother: Lora Picott b: ABT 1262 in Wake, Warwickshire
Isabel Hampden b: 1329
in Hampden, Buckinghamshire
- Gerald de Braybrooke b: 1353
- Alice Braybrooke