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John De Bohun and Anne Joan Halsham

John De Bohun was born on 06 Jan 1359/60 in Cowdray, Sussex, England as the first child of John De Bohun and Cecily Filliol. He died on 25 Jan 1430/31. When he was 69, He married Anne Joan Halsham,daughter of John Halsham and Maud Mawley, before 25 Oct 1429. When he was 71, He married Alice before 1432.

John De Bohun was buried in Easebourne Priory, England. He lived in Rockingham Castle, Northants, England.. He was known by the title of 2nd Lord Bohun.

John De Bohun and Alice had the following children:

Beatrice De Bohun was born in 1416 in Sussex, England. She died in 1446.
Humphrey De Bohun was born in 1418. He died in 1469.

John De Bohun and Anne Joan Halsham had the following children:

John De Bohun was born about 1433 in Wales or Midhurst, Sussex, England.

The Peerage, http://www.thepeerage.com/p13746.htm#i137458.

  The father of Sir John III, Sir John II was born Jan.6, 1361/62 and died Jan. 25, 1431/32. After his first wife, Alice, died, Sir John married Anne Halsham (d.1448), the mother of SirJohn III, before 1361. Anne’s parents were John Halsham and Maud Mawle. Sir John de Bohun II  Sir John de Bohun succeeded to the title of  2nd Lord Bohun [E., 1359] on 5 December 1367, by writ, although he was never summoned to Parliament.1 On 2 February 1383/84 he had livery of his inheritance.1 He lived in Midhurst, Sussex, England.1 Citations  1. [S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume II, page 201. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage. Sir John de Bohun/Anne Halsham Resided in Rockingham Castle, Northants, England. He was never called to Parliament in recognition of his Barony. http://www.garylavergne.com/boone.htm  Magna Carta Ancestry  By Douglas Richardson, Kimball G. Everingham John Bohun, Knt., of Midhurst, Sussex, etc., 1st surviving son and heir, by his father's 2nd marriage, born 6 June 1362/3. He married (1st) Alice_____. They had one son, Humphrey, Knt., and one daughter, Beatrice. She was living 14 Dec 1419, and was buried in Easebourne Priory.   He married (2nd) before 25 Oct 1429 Anne Halsham, daughter and in her issue heiress of John Halsham, of West Grinstead and Applesham, Sussex, by his 2nd wife, Maud Mawley. Sir John De Bohun died 25 Jan 1432/3, and was buried in Easebourne Priory. His widow, Anne, married (2nd) in 1433 Robert Roos, Knt., of More End, Northamptonshire, Keeper of Rockingham Castle (died 30 Dec 1448). She was living 24 Nov 1449  Notes and Queries - Google Books Result by William White - 1879  Shows a tree for Joan Halsham and spells Johns name as Bowne
 The father of Sir John III, Sir John II was born Jan.6, 1361/62 and died Jan. 25, 1431/32. After his first wife, Alice, died, Sir John married Anne Halsham (d.1448), the mother of SirJohn III, before 1361. Anne’s parents were John Halsham and Maud Mawle. Sir John de Bohun II


 Sir John de Bohun succeeded to the title of  2nd Lord Bohun [E., 1359] on 5 December 1367, by writ, although he was never summoned to Parliament.1 On 2 February 1383/84 he had livery of his inheritance.1 He lived in Midhurst, Sussex, England.1

 Citations

 1. [S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume II, page 201. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.

 Sir John de Bohun/Anne Halsham Resided in Rockingham Castle, Northants, England. He was never called to Parliament in recognition of his Barony. http://www.garylavergne.com/boone.htm


 Magna Carta Ancestry
 By Douglas Richardson, Kimball G. Everingham

 John Bohun, Knt., of Midhurst, Sussex, etc., 1st surviving son and heir, by his father's 2nd marriage, born 6 June 1362/3. He married (1st) Alice_____. They had one son, Humphrey, Knt., and one daughter, Beatrice. She was living 14 Dec 1419, and was buried in Easebourne Priory.
 He married (2nd) before 25 Oct 1429 Anne Halsham, daughter and in her issue heiress of John Halsham, of West Grinstead and Applesham, Sussex, by his 2nd wife, Maud Mawley. Sir John De Bohun died 25 Jan 1432/3, and was buried in Easebourne Priory. His widow, Anne, married (2nd) in 1433 Robert Roos, Knt., of More End, Northamptonshire, Keeper of Rockingham Castle (died 30 Dec 1448). She was living 24 Nov 1449


 Notes and Queries - Google Books Result
 by William White - 1879

 Shows a tree for Joan Halsham and spells Johns name as Bowne


Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, ...
Douglas Richardson
7. JOHN DE BOHUN, Knt, of Midhurst, Climping, Ford, Tewtimber, Rustington, and Todham (In Easebourne), Sussex, Weston Corbett, Hampshire, and Ballymadden, Berton and Glasseely. co. Kildare and Castlecomber, co. Kilkenny, Ireland, and, in right of his 2nd wife, of Great Crawley(in New Crawley) Buckinghamshire, Kelvedon, Essex, etc., son and heir, born at Todham (in Easebourne) Sussex 14 Nov. 1301. He married (1st) before 1326 ISABEL _____, perhaps daughter of Henry de Tregoz, Knt., of Goring, Sussex. They had two sons, Edward and John, and three daughters, Joan, Elizabeth, (wife of Henry Hussey. Knt.), and Margaret. In 1329 he had livery of the lands held in dower by Joan, widwo of his grandfather, John de Bohun. In 1331 he granted land at Shoddesden (in Kimpton) Hampshire to Easebourne Priory, Sussex. In 1332 he a grant of land in Sturminster Marshal, Dorset to Easebourne Priory, Sussex. This same year he transferred his share of the manor of Luton, Bedfordshire to his cousin, Hugh de Mortimer. In 1332-3 the manor of Rustington, Sussex was settled on him and his wife, Isabel, and the heirs male of his body, with successive remainders to the heirs male of the body of the said John, to Joan, Elizabeth and Margaret, sisters of Edward, and the heirs male of their bodies, or to the right heirs  of John. He married (2nd) before 6 Nov. 1342 CECILY FILOLL (or FILIOL, FILIOLL, FILLIOLL), daughter of John Filioll, Knt., of Kelvedon, Little Oakley, and Little Baddow, Essex, Great Crawley (in North Crawley), Buckinghamshire, etc., by his 2nd wife, Margery. She was born about 1324 (aged 22 in 1346). They had one son, John, Knt. He accompanied the king in July 1346 in his French campaigne, he being in the retinue of the Earl of Arundel. In 1347 he and his wife, Cecily, had license to settle the manor of Kelvedon, Essex on themselves and their heirs, with successive remainders, if they die without issue, to the heirs of the body of the said Cecily, Ralph  Filiol for life, William son of John de Sutton, Knt., in tailn male, Richard brother of the said William, in tail male, and John brother of the said Richard and his heirs in fee. In 1354 he had license to settle the manors of Ballymadden, Berton, and Glasseely, co. Kildare, and the manor and advowson of the church of Castlecomber, co. Kilkenny, Ireland, held in chief,on himself and Cecily his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to his right heirs. He was summoned to three Councils from 10 Oct. 1359, by writs directed, Johanni de Bohun de Midhurst. SIR JOHN DE BOHUN died 5 Dec. 1367. In 1359 his widwo Cecily, had letters nominating John de Bodyton as her attorney in Ireland for three years, she then staying in England. In 1371, again staying in England, she had letters nominating Nicholas Menes and another as her attorneys in Ireland for one year. Cecily died 9 (or 3) Aug. 1381.
Child of John de Bohun, Knt., by Isabel_____:
i. Joan De Bohun, married John De Lisle, of Gatscombe, Hampshire
Chile of John De Bohun, Knt. by Cecily Filioll:
i. John Bohun, Knt.

8. JOHN BOHUN, Knt., of Midhurst, Ford, Newtimber, etc., Sussex, Great Crawley (in North Crawley), Buckinghampshire, Weston Corbett, Hampshire, Filliols Hall (in Kelvedon) Essex, eldest surviving son and heir by his father's 2nd marriage, born at Cowdray, Sussex, 6 Jan. 1362/3. He married (1st) ALICE_____. They had two sons, Humphrey, Knt., and Hugh, and one daughter, Beatrice. His wife, Alice, was living 14 Dec. 1419, and at her death was buried in Easebourne Priory. He married (2nd) before 25 Oct. 1429 ANNE HALSHAM, daughter of John HAlsham, Esq., of West Grinstead, Applesham, and Coombes, Sussex, by his 2nd wife Maud Mauley (see ATHOLL 7. ii). In 1430 he had sued Giles, Prior of Caldwell, and another for the next presentation of the church of Great Crawley, Buckinghamshire. Sometime before his death, he granted the manor of Filliols Hall (in Kelvedon), Essex to Thomas Dale, cler, and John Leget, chaplain, without the king's leave. SIR JOHN BOHUN died 25 Jan. 1432/3, and was buried in Easebourne Priory. His widow, Anne, married (2nd) ROBERT ROOS, Knt., of Moor End (in Potterspur), Northampshire, King's carver, King's knight, Keeper of Rockingham Castle, 1443-8, Chamberlain and Customer of Berwick-on-Tweed, 1445, 4th son of William Roos, K.G., 6th Lord Roos of Helmsley, by Margaret, daughter of John de Arundel, Knt., 1st Lord Arundel (see ROOS7 for his ancestry). He was born about 1409 or 1410. They had two sons, Henry, Knt., and John, and one daughter, Eleanor (wife successively of Robert Lovell, Thomas Proute, (or Proude), Esq., and Richard Haute, Knt.). He was a legatee in the 1412 will of his father. He was the older brother of Richard Roos, Knt., the Lancastrian poet. In 1438 he was granted the issues of the manor of Beckford, Gloucestershire for life, which grant he surrendered in 1445. In 1440 he was appointed one of the ambassadors to negotiate a peace with France. In 1442 he was sent to treat for the king's marriage. The same year he and his wife, Anne, were granted an annuity of L60 for the term of their lives. In 1443 he performed the office of Chamberlain to John Stafford, Archbishop of Canterbury, at his instalation, as proxy for his minor nephew, Thomas Roos. In 1445 he and his wife, Anne, were granted an annuity of 100 marks for the terms of their lives, upon his surrender of another grant. In 1446 he and Anne his wife, Humphrey Bohun, Richard Wakehurst, William  Sydeny, John Lelye, and Walter Urry had license to grant land by the church of Midhurst, Sussex to Castle, manor and lordship of Moor End (in Potterpury), Northamptonshire by the king. His wife, Anne, presented to the church of Weston Corbett, Hampshire in 1447. In 1448 he was sent to conclude a truce with France, SIR ROBERT ROOS died 30  Dec. 1448. He left a will dated 28 Dec. 1448, proved 28 Jan. 1448/9, requesting burial in St. Mary's church at Pipewell, Northamptonshire. On 3 Jan. 1449 custody of his lands and his heir were granted to his widow, Anne, and his executors. His widow, Anne, presented to the church of Weston Corbett, Hampshire in 1486.
Children of John Bohun, Knight, by Alice_____:
i. Humphrey Bohun, Knt.
ii. Beatrice Bohun, married Stephen Popham, Knt.
9. HUMPHRY BOHUN, Knt., of Midhurst, Ford, Newtimber, etc., Sussex, Kelvedon, Essex, Weston Corbett, Hampshire, etc., Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordhire, 1454-5, son ahd heir by his father's 1st marriage, born 6 May 1418. He married MARGARET ESTFIELD

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