NameLord Jean PADDOC
Birthabt 1405, Bavay, France
Deathbef 1469, Chesney, France [576]
FatherGuillame PADDOC (1375-<1459)
Marriage14 Aug 1427, Court of Valciennes, France [1003]
SpouseMarguerite Bremen
Birthabt 1405
Deathabt 1469
Birth1429, Bavay, France [576]
Death1508, Le Cataeu, Cambrai, Nord, France [576]
Marriage7 Jun 1460, France [1003]
Notes for Lord Jean PADDOC
Lord of the Manor of Chesne. On May 3, 1461, he purchased the manor and lands of Chesne (Chesney). Abstract reads: Antoine La Crois of Chesney, for himself and as representative of Francois Dubarry sold to Jean Padock of Bavay and wife Marguerite Breman and their heirs all rights in the manor and lands of Chesney, as acquired from the heirs of the deceased Jacques Bremen, for 600 livres. On Sept. 11, 1463, Jean and his wife made a donation to their son Jacques. Abstract reads: At the court at Valenciennes Sept. 11, 1463, appeared Jean Padock, seigneur de hesney, and wife Marquirite Breman who have granted to their youngest son Jacques Paddoc the lands and appurtenances of Chesney, house, gardens, livestock, horses, rent from land at Bavay and so on. After the death of said Jacques Padock, his inheritance to go to his eldest brother, Guillaume Padocke, provided Guillaume married and had children, they too were to inherit their parental estate and title. (WC/680559, probably
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