Name: Thomas Owtred or Oughtred
Birth: in Kexby, Yorkshire
Death: NOV 1401 1
Burial: Friars Minor, York
Note: 1 2 3|
Change Date: 3 MAY 2011
Married 1: Catherine MAULEY (d. 25 Nov 1402) (dau. of Peter De Mauley, 2° B. Mauley and Margaret Clifford) and had:
1. William OUGHTRED (Esq.)
2. Catherine OUGHTRED
Married 2: Idonea L'ENGLEYS.
Edmund Sandford?s widow Idonea married Sir Thomas Ughtred who, as we learn from a grant by the King in 1402 of the custody of his estates to William Sandford and Robert Gare, held Kyllyngwyk, Towerthorp in the Thisteles, and other places in Yorkshire under William, Lord Latymer and Thomas as, Lord Mowbray. This document is amongst Sandford MSS, at Lowther, and it states that these lands should descend to Thomas son of William, son of Thomas Ughtred, who is called ?consanguineus? of William and John Sandford, so that it looks as if Idonea had a son by Sir Thomas Ughtred. Her other child by him was a daughter Margaret.
Thomas Ughtred (1329 - 1401)
Known as Thomas Ughtred, knight, the younger. His first wife, named Katherine, died before him.
1344 Knight of the Shire for Yorkshire.
1364 He was engaged in lawless raiding and ravaging but was pardoned many indictments for robberies.
1365 He succeeded his father but was never summoned to Parliament.
1366 He wrote to King Edward III from Lochmaben Castle about an interview with the King of Scotland for the division of Annandale.
1376 - 1379 He was Keeper of Lochmaben Castle.
1379 He was collector of a subsidy in East Riding.
1391 His second marriage took place to Idonea, widow of Edmund de Sandford of Askham and Asby, Westmoreland, daughter and heir of Thomas L?Englys.
1397 His name appeared in a lawsuit with the Abbot of Saint Mary?s, York.
1399 Commander of array in Yorkshire.
1401 He died and was buried in the Friars Minor, York next to his first wife, Katherine. At the time of his death he held lands in Kexby, Moor Monkton, Scagglethorpe, Kilnwick Percy, Colton and elsewhere.
Father: Thomas Oughtred b: 1292 in Scarborough, Yorkshire
Mother: Margaret Burdon
- William Oughtred
- Joan Ughtred
Idonea Lengleys or English
- Type: Web Site
Author: Jorge H. Castelli
- Type: Book
Periodical: A HISTORY OF THE FAMILY OF SANDFORD OF SANDFORD, ASKHAM, HOWGILL AND HELTON IN THE COUNTY OF WESTMORLAND
Author: William Arthur Cecil Sandford
- Type: Web Site
Title: A History of Red House?Chronology of the Ughtred Family?Owners of Red House from 1300 to 1523