Mowbray, John de (1392 - 1432)

Born / Died

Birth Date: 1392-08-03
Death Date: 1432-10-19

Notes

Ward of his great aunt, Joan FitzAlan (married name de Bohun) (d 1419) Countess of Hereford 1407; member of the household of Henry IV 1410. Custody and marriage awarded to Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland

Marriages/Other Unions

  1. Type: marriage
    Union began: 1412-1-12
    Union ended: n.d.

Offspring

From Neville, Katherine (1400 - 1483)

Primary Title

2nd Duke of Norfolk

Titles

  • 12th Earl of Norfolk
    Assumed 1405-16-08
    Vacated 1432-10-19
  • 8th Baron Mowbray
    Assumed 1405-16-08
    Vacated 1432-10-19
  • Baron Segrave
    Assumed 1405-16-08
    Vacated 1432-10-19
  • 4th Earl of Nottingham
    Assumed 1405-16-08
    Vacated 1432-10-19
  • 2nd Duke of Norfolk
    Assumed 1425-04-30 (date restored to title)
    Vacated 1432-10-19

Details of Offices

Began Ended Notes
Earl Marshal of England, England 1412/13-3-22 n.d. Also referred to a 'Marshal of England'
JP, Suffolk 1413/14 n.d.
JP, Norfolk 1413/14 1416
JP, Suffolk 1416/17 n.d.
JP, Suffolk 1421/2 1424
Councillor of Regency, England 1422-12 n.d.
Privy Councillor, England 1422-12 n.d.
JP, Yorkshire: East Riding 1424 n.d.
JP, Norfolk 1424 n.d.
JP, Bedfordshire 1426 n.d.
JP, Sussex 1427 1428
JP, Warwickshire 1427 n.d.
JP, Surrey 1427 n.d.
JP, Worcestershire 1427 n.d.
JP, Norfolk 1428 1431
JP, Essex 1429 n.d.
JP, Yorkshire: East Riding 1429 n.d.
JP, Worcestershire 1430 1431
JP, Surrey 1431 n.d.
JP, Yorkshire: East Riding 1431 n.d.
JP, Suffolk 1431 1432
JP, Essex 1431-6-12 1432

General Lands Note

Full livery of lands 4 March 1412/13

Details of Properties

Residence

Lands

  • Glamorgan: Gower
  • Leicestershire
  • Northamptonshire
  • Yorkshire

Events Naming Patron

Event Date Location Troupe
Performance 1423-1424 Guildhall, Cambridge , Cambridgeshire Earl Marshal's Entertainer/s

Patronized Troupes

Troupe Name Patron Troupe Type # of events
Earl Marshal's Entertainer/s Mowbray, John de (1392 - 1432) Entertainers/Minstrels 1

Owned Venues

Venue Name County Venue Type
Epworth Castle Lincolnshire Private Residence

Bibliographic Sources

The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom. 1887–98 (8 vols); 1910–59 (13 vols). 6 vols. Gloucester: Alan Sutton, 1982.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 01/05/2005 (http://www.oxforddnb.com)