Reynold Braybrooke

Sir Reynold Braybrooke (c.1356-20 September 1405) was an English politician.

LifeEdit

Braybrooke was the son of Gerard Braybrooke I and brother of Gerard Braybrooke II. His wife was Joan, daughter of John de la Pole.[1]

CareerEdit

In January 1404, Braybrooke was MP for Kent.

DeathEdit

Braybrooke died of a battle wound on 20 September 1405. His wife remarried several times; both their sons had predeceased him.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BRAYBROOKE, Sir Reynold (C.1356-1405), of Cooling castle and Cobham, Kent and Castle Ashby and Chadstone, Northants. | History of Parliament Online".