|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 10, page 667:
He [Thomas (de Poynings), Lord Poynings (d. 1428/9)] m., ... 2ndly, before 24 Nov. 1399,(i) Philippe, da. of Edmund (MORTIMER), EARL OF MARCH, by Philippe, da. and h. of Lionel, DUKE OF CLARENCE, which first-named Philippe was relict of John (HASTINGES), EARL OF PEMBROKE (d. s.p. 1389), and widow of Richard (FITZALAN), EARL OF ARUNDEL (beheaded Sep. 1397).
Idem [Cal. Patent Rolls], 1399-1401, p. 265.
Complete Peerage, vol. 1, p. 245, places the marriage of Thomas and Philippe after April 1398. Douglas Richardson, in November 2003, presented evidence that they were married by 6 December 1398 [citing M. D. Legge, Anglo-Norman Letters and Petitions (1941), pp. 69, 70].
[Item last updated: 12 November 2003.]