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|His Parents:||Her Parents:|
|John de MOWBRAY||John de SEGRAVE|
|Joan of LANCASTER|| Margaret
Duchess and Countess of NORFOLK
|John de MOWBRAY||Elizabeth de SEGRAVE|
|Married by Papal dispensation dated 25/03/1349|
|Bd||25/06/1340 Epworth, Lincs.||Bd||25/10/1338|
|Bp||Bp||25/10/1338 Croxton Abbey|
|Dd||17/06/1368 nr Constantinople||Dd|
|John de Mowbray||Bd||01/08/1365|
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Sir John de Mowbray (4th Lord of Mowbray, of Axholme Lincolnshire) required Papal dispensation to marry Elizabeth as they were second cousins. He was knighted in July 1355 when King Edward III was on his way to an invasion of France. He was in Parliament from 1362 to 1366. He was slain by the Turks in Thrace near Constantinople and presumably buried near there. Elizabeth predeceased him.
Note: Elizabeth's brother, John de Segrave, married Blanche Mowbray, sister of John de Mowbray. The date of the dispensation for this marriage is also 25/03/1349.
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