Nicholas de Segrave, 1st Baron Segrave

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Arms of Segrave [1]

Nicholas de Segrave (or Seagrave), 1st Baron Segrave (c. 1238 – 1295) was an English baronial leader. Nicholas was grandson of Stephen de Segrave.[2]

Segrave was one of the most prominent baronial leaders during the reign of King Henry III. In 1295 he was summoned to Parliament as Baron Segrave (some sources claim that he was summoned already in 1283). He died by 12 November of the same year and was succeeded in the barony by his son John.

Marriage and issue[edit]

Nicholas married Maud de Lucy, daughter of Geoffrey de Lucy, Knt., of Newington in Kent,[3] Cublington, Buckinghamshire, Dallington and Slapton, Northamptonshire, etc., by his wife, Nichole. Nicholas and Maud had the following issue:

Peerage of England
Preceded by
New Creation
Baron Segrave
1295
Succeeded by
John de Segrave

References[edit]

  1. ^ Some Feudal Coats of Arms and Pedigrees. Joseph Foster. 1902. (p.115)
  2. ^ Stourton, A.J. (1876) 5 papers relating to ... Mowbray and Segrave Oxford University pg 17 (via Google)
  3. ^ There are several places in Kent called Newington. It is unclear, and may never be known, in which one Geoffrey de Lucy had an interest.
  4. ^ J. S. Hamilton, Nicholas Seagrave, Oxford Online Dictionary of National Biography, 2004

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