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Surname de Bryan (Bryene, Breyene, Brian)
First Name William
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Dating 1395
Location Seal
Life dates + 22 September 1395
Title  
Close relatives father - Sir Guy de Bryan, 1st and last Lord Bryan
mother - Elizabeth daughter of William Montague 1st Earl of Salisbury
wife - Joan daughter of John Fitzalan and Eleanor Maltravers
Type of the object brass
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition Seal, Kent, England
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This is the first example in the present series of brasses in which the effigy of the deceased knight is represented with the head resting on the tilting-helmet with its crest and mantling, as on a pillow. The crest is a bugle-horn on a chapeau. The two shields bear Bryene or Bryan; and the same impaling quarterly, 1 and 4, a lion rampant, 2 and 3, fretty.

1395 William de Bryene (Bryan) brother in law of Alice, wife of his brother Guy, who tried to get her daughters inheritance.
William was the second son of Sir Guy de Bryan, 1st and last Lord Bryan and Elizabeth daughter of William Montague 1st Earl of Salisbury
He married Joan daughter of John Fitzalan and Eleanor Maltravers They had no children

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Surname Moyne
First name William
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Dating 1404
Location Sawtry
Life dates 1360 - +1404
Title  
Close relatives father - John le Moyne of Raveley
mother - Margery Le MOIGNE (Merton)
wife - (c1387) Mary
Type of the object tomb brass
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition All Saints church, Sawtry, Cambridgeshire, UK
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William Moyne
1404
All Saints Church, Sawtry, Cambridgeshire, England

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All Saints church, Sawtry
Sawtry Church. Brasses in Chancel, of Sir William le Moyne, 1404, and Mary, his wife.

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Sawtry Cambridgeshire
Now on the south wall, brass effigies of Sir William Moyne 1404 and wife Mary flic.kr/p/28zE1uq who once lay on an altar tomb in the chancel of the old church.
On the tilting helmet is an unusual crest — the small figure of a monk his head covered in a cowl, grasping a flagellum / scourge of 3 double knotted lashes
William was the son of John le Moyne of Raveley, "chivaler" if Great Raveley
He succeeded his grandfather William le Moyne of Great Raveley pre 1353 to the manors of Great Raveley, Sawtry, Luddington, Gidding and Rowey.
He m c1387 (3rd husband) Mary standing in the place of higher status, was born in Hainault, a servant to Queen Queen Philippa.
At the time of his marriage in 1387 William Moyne settled Sawtry on himself and his wife and their heirs and assigns, and in 1394 obtained a quitclaim of her right in the manor from his widowed cousin Maud Horewood alias Bosam, the daughter of William Clarevaux and Juliana Moyne his aunt..
- Church of All Saints, Sawtry Huntingdonshire / Cambridgeshire
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