Should Thomas Bryan be detached as a son, and Philip added as a son?

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Should Thomas Bryan-171 be detached as a son, if so would someone that has the right detach him, please. 

RICHARDSON in ROYAL ANCESTRY Vol. II page 2, says ...

Children of Joan de Carew, by Guy de Bryan, K.G.:

a. ELIZABETH DE BRYAN, married Robert Fitz Payn, Knt.

b. MARGARET DE BRYAN, married Hugh De Courteny, Knt.

He (Guy De Bryan-1762), (1310-1390), married (2nd) before 10 July 1350 ELIZABETH DE MONTAGU, 

They had three sons, Guy, Knt., William, Knt., and Philip. 

Comment: Philip is mentioned, but not listed as a child. No mention of Thomas Bryan-171, born 1378, died 1444, being a child.  

Thank you

in Genealogy Help by Bettye Carroll G2G6 Mach 4 (47.0k points)
edited by Bettye Carroll

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+1 vote
Just noticed my question has been asked before.
by C. Mackinnon G2G6 Pilot (294k points)

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