Name: Nicholas de Turville
Residence: Helmedon, Northamptonshire
Change Date: 12 JAN 2009
Apparently vol pg 1192, Burkes Landed Gentry and pg 323 Burke's "Extinct & Dormant Baronetcies" give name as Nicholas. [I can?t see that BEDP mentions his name at ll.]
Place aka Holmedon.
Brass plate in Soulbury church, Bucks, reads: ?The Turville Chapel was founded in the reign of Henry II by Sir William de Turville of Helmedon in Northamptonshire. He was succeded by Sir Simon, he by Sir William, and he by Sir Nicholas, upon whose death 1309 it came to the Lovetts, his only daughter and heir Sarah, having in 1304 married Robert Lovett of Liscombe of Bucks, son of Sir Robert Lovett of Newton in Warwick and Rushton Northamptonshire."
This Nicholas de Turville in the ninth year of Edward II. was certified to be Lord of Helmedon; and dying not long after without issue male, his inheritance descended to Sarah his daughter, the wife of Robert Lovett of Liscombe in the County of Buckingham.
Father: William de Turville
- Sarah de Turville