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Jane Docwra, Memorial in Pirton Church, Hertfordshire
"Blessed are the Dead which dye in the Lord" Jane the Relict of Thomas Docwra, Esq.

John de Docwra, Chaplain, 1355
Bishop Welton [Bishop of Carlisle] in 1355 , sent out his mandate to Sir Thomas rector of Burgham and John de Docwra, Chaplain

John de Dokra, Constable of Rose Castle
Haec indentura facta inter venerabilem in Christo patrem dominum Willielmum Dei gratia Karliolensum episcopum ex una parte, et Johannem de Dockwra armigerum ex altera parte, testatur.

John Docwra and Margaret Turpyn, Marriage at Clerkenwell, London, 1526
Lord Sir Thomas Docwra, Prior there, being the same time present, John Docwra son and heir of Thomas Docwra of Kirkeby Kendale in the County of Westmoreland, Gentleman

Marriages of two Docwra daughters
Sir Robert Bindlose, knight, married to his first wife Alice, daughter of Sir Lancelot Dockwray of Dockwray Hall, Kendal

Notes about the Order of St John of Jerusalem
The total membership in England was only about 120. The Order was suppressed by order of King Henry VIII in about 1540.
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