Guy Ferre (died 1323)

Guy Ferre, known as the younger, was a 14th century Gascon knight and administrator who served as Seneschal of Gascony (1298-99 and 1308-1309).

Arms of Sir Guy Ferre:Gules, a fer-de-moline argent over all a bendlet azure.

Ferre the son of John Ferre. He was a household knight of Eleanor, Queen consort of England between 1277-90 and household steward between 1288-90. [1] Appointed on 12 March 1308 as Seneschal of Gascony, replacing John de Havering, Ferres served until he was replaced by John de Hastings in 1309.[2] He was married to Eleanor Mountender and died without issue in 1323.

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  1. ^ Wingfield College and Its Patrons: Piety and Patronage in Medieval Suffolk. Peter Bloore, Edward A. Martin. Boydell & Brewer, 2015. ISBN 9781843838326. p.27 (n.85).
  2. ^ Royal and other historical letters illustrative of the reign of Henry iii, selected and ed. by W.W. Shirley, Volume 2. Shirley, Walter Waddington, 1866. pp. 399–400.

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