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1100-1279 - Pedigree of de Hoton to Docwra
Edmund de Hoton, granted land of Plumpton by Henry, King of England [Henry I - 1100-1135] grandfather of King Henry the King's Father, by service of two knights.

1375-6 - Robert de Docura at Inquis.PM
Robert de Docura held the same divers tenements in Kirkeby Kendale, by fealty, and the service of 2s. a year, as of the Manor of Kirkeby.

1404 John de Dokra
John de Dokwra became Constable of Rose Castle on 1st December 1404 on the appointment of Bp. Strickland.

1405 - John de Dokura
Rose Castle "1405 - John de Dokura was appointed Constable of the Castle of the Rose

1495-1527 - Thomas Docwra - Seals of the Order of St John of Jerusalem
There is the original seal of the Priory under Thos. Docwra held in the Westminster Abbey Muniments

1537 - Pilgrimage of Grace, Kendal
On 22 October 1537 in the revolt against Henry VIII [Pilgrimage of Grace] two of the Kendal ringleaders were named as Tom Dockwray and Brian Jobson
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