REYNOLD DE MOHUN, presumably younger and only surviving son and apparently heir, his brother William probably having died v.p. He had livery of the greater part of his inheritance in 1204, but in that year, on the loss of Normandy, by adhering to John, he lost his estates there. He took a prominent part in the invasion of France in 1206, and accompanied King John to Ireland in 1210. He married Alice, daughter of Sir William BRIWERE, and (in 1233) coheir of her brother WiIliam Briwere the younger. He died in 1213. His widow married William PAYNEL, of Bampton, Devonshire, who died in 1228. [Complete Peerage IX:19]
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