Sir Giles DAUBENY of Barrington, Kt.
- Born: Abt Nov 1370, South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England
- Married: Arundel, Norfolk, England
- Died: 22 Aug 1403
- Buried: Kempston, Bedfordshire, England
Relationship to Compiler: 19 x great-grandfather
Will dated 1 Jun 1400 (5 Marche, fo. 34)
I, Giles Daubney, knight, son and heir of Giles Daubeney,
knight, bequeath, &c., and my body to be buried in the porch (in
porticu) of the church of Kempston [Bedfordshire].
Item, to the fabric of the said church, 5li.
I bequeath 25li. for five chaplains to celebrate for one
To Matilda, my daughter, 40 marks; to Joan,
my daughter, 40 marks; to Giles, my son,
40 marks; to Thomas, my son, 40 marks; and to Elizabeth,
my daughter, 40 marks.
The residue of my goods found in my manors of Kemston and Ingylby,
Southpedirton, Baryngton, Polnam, and Usse, in the county of Cornwall,
I give to my executors to satisfy all men complaining that they have
had harm or injury by Giles Daubeney, chivaler, my father,
and Eleanor, formerly his wife, my mother, and by
I appoint Margaret, my wife, Thomas Daubeney,
my brother, William Lynne, and John Saly, chaplains, my executors.
Witnesses, John Erlby, John Bate, chaplain, William Goldyngton, and
Thomas Coke. Dated at Kempston.
Proved 19 Nov 1403. Administration committed to Margaret,
relict of the said deceased, and William Daubeney,
executors named, &c.
Giles married Margaret BEAUCHAMP, daughter of Sir John BEAUCHAMP
of Powick and Elizabeth ST. JOHN, in Arundel, Norfolk, England. (Margaret
BEAUCHAMP was born in Arundel, Norfolk, England, died on 30 Jun 1420
and was buried in Kempston, Bedfordshire, England.)
Somerset Record Society, Vol. 16 - Somerset Medieval
Wills, 1383-1500, the Rev. F. W. Weaver, M.A., F.S.A. (ed.), p. 4