Name: John Blackett
Birth: ABT 1381
Death: BEF 25 JUL 1418 1
Residence: Icomb, Gloucestershire
MEM: Icomb, Glos, St Mary's: Effigy
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Sir John Blackett (or Blaket), of Icomb in Gloucestershire, who fought at Agincourt, married Margaret, daughter of Sir John Eynesford, above mentioned, and died in 1431 [?], by his will bequeathing his body "to the Chapel of the Blessed Virgin in the church at Icomb" and leaving as his heiress a daughter, Anne.
Anne Blackett married Ralph Baskerville, son of Sir John Baskerville, and had an only daughter, Jane, who married Simon Milbourne.
Pride of place within St Mary's, Icomb, must go to the tomb of Sir John Blaket (Blackett) who fought with Henry V at Agincourt. The effigy of Sir John is quite wonderfully rendered, as are the carvings that line the pediment of his monument.
Married first Margaret, daughter of Sir Ralph Hastings, whose maternal arms were once in the chantry window of Icomb Place. ['Lady Heron'] [Widow of Sir Roger Heron]
2ndly Margaret Wroughton or Worstan (his second wife, and probably a daughter of Sir John Eynsford), and had children Edmond and Anne Blaket
3rdly Elizabeth, [dau of John] Trillowe [of Chastleton] (his third wife, and widow of Sir Thomas [or WIlliam] Wilcotes of Northleigh.)
Margaret?s effigy is in Nosely Church, Leicestershire [d 1406], and Elizabeth?s is in Northleigh, Oxon.
(Rev. David Royce, A. M., Vicar of Nether Swell, Gloucestershire; paper for Worcester Diocesan Architectural Society, August 11, 1869
aka Sir John Blacket of Woodcroft.
Elizabeth, daughter of John Trillowe of Chastleton, m.(1) William Wilcotes of Northleigh, and (2) John Blakett of Icombe
(The Trillowes of Chastleton, Oxford Family Historian, 1984)
- Anne Blackett
Elizabeth or Johanna Trillow
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Title: Stirnet Genealogy
Author: Patrick Barns-Graham