John Engaine, son of Nicholas and Agnes Fauconberg Engaine, was heir to h is uncle John. He made proof of his age and, performing his homage, had li very of his uncle's lands, and anno 19th of Edward III, 1345, had summo ns to fit himself with horse and arms and to gather all the power he cou ld raise to attend the King into France, at which time he was made a Knig ht Banneret, and resided in County Huntingdon. He was summoned to Parliame nt as a Baron Feb. 25, 1342, to Nov. 20, 1360. In 26th of Edward III he w as in a commission with Constantine de Mortimer, Jun., for the arraying a nd arming of knights and esquires, and other able men of that county, to d efend the Kingdom from a threatened invasion from the French. He died on F riday next after the Feast of St. Valentine, anno 32nd of Edward III, 1357 /8.
Father: *Nicholas Engaine b: 1270 in Colne Engaine, Essex, England
Mother: *Amicia of Fauconberg b: 1273 in Skelton, Yorkshire, England
Marriage 1 *Margaret Delahay
Marriage 2 *Joan Peverel b: ABT 1310 in Ashby Castle, Hardingstone, Northamptonshire, England