John Engaine, whose other brothers, Vitalis and William, had died sine pro le. He married Joane, daughter of Henry Grey, and died 1296. They had so ns John and Nicholas. In the time of King John the Manor of Hunsdon, whi ch before the Conquest belonged to Alvin Godstone, belonged to Sir Walt er Montgomery (grandfather of this John Engaine). On the 17th of Oct., 121 6, just two days before the death of King John, a writ was directed to t he Constable of the County of Hertford, that he should give seisin of h is lands in the Parish of Hunsdon, or Hanesdon, to Sir Walter Montgomer y, the Knight of the Earl of Ferrers, which he had before the war. and w as disseised by occasion thereof. A co-heir of the honour of Montgomery ma rried Vitalis Engaine. In 33rd of Henry III (1249) it was found that Vital is Engaine held the Manor of Hunsdon, of William de Bellocampo, of Bedfor d, and that Henry Engaine was his heir and aged 30 years and upwards; a nd at the inquisition, 56th of Henry III, it was found that Henry Engaine 's brother Sir Dominus John Engaine was his heir and now aged 44 years. Th is John Engaine in the 22nd of Edward I, 1295, was in an expedition into G ascoigne and died seized of the Manor of Hundson, and others in the counti es of Northampton, Essex and Huntingdon, on nones of January, 1297, and le ft his son John, aged 30, his heir, who was summoned to Parliament from 12 97 to 1320, but he died sine prole Oct. 3, 1322, and was succeeded by h is brother, Nicholas.
Father: *Vitalis Engaine
Mother: Roesia de Montgomery
Marriage 1 Joan Greinville b: 1236 in Hallaton, Uppingham, Leicestershire, England