Maud de Durham
- Born: Abt 1327
- Marriage (1): Thomas Frowick about 1344 in London, GB
- Died: After 1374
Dyrham Park, a half mile from Wrotham Park, and nearly two miles south-west of South Mimms church, derived its name from the Derham family, its owners in the early part of the 14th century, when by marriage it was transferred to Thomas Frowyk, in whose descendants it continued till the end of the 15th century.
The church, St Giles, is near the north end of the village, close to the White Hart Inn. The interior is pleasing, but without any marked feature, except that the east end of the north aisle is shut off by a carved oak parclose, and forms the Frowyk Chantry, founded and endowed in 1448 by Thomas Frowyk and his wife Elizabeth.
Maud married Thomas Frowick, son of Henry Frowick and Margaret Pouns, about 1344 in London, GB. (Thomas Frowick was born about 1320, died after 20 Nov 1374 and was buried in South Mimms, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6, GB.)