- Marriage (1): Elizabeth
- Died: Sep 1342
James Lovel, son and heir [of Richard Lovel (1st Lord Lovel of Castle Cary) by Muriel de Soules]. In Jan 1320/1, being then aged 14, he was claiming an inheritance in the diocese of Rouen, apparently in right of his mother, and was still engaged in the French courts in 1328. He was a knight in 1337, and in 1341 - till 22 June - was joint commissioner to inquire into disturbances in Dorset.
He m. circa 1328, Elizabeth (or Isabel), whose parentage is unknown, and on 9 Mar 1328/9 his father obtained licence to alienate to James and Elizabeth in tail male the manors of North and South Barrow, Somerset. He dvp. at the siege of Morlaiz, Sep 1342. His widow Isabel was pardoned, 18 Nov 1342, for entry on the manors of North and South Barrow. Between the years 1347 and 1349, the period of the Black Death, she presented four successive parsons to the church there. She presumably d. between 1349 and 31 Jan 1350/1.
[Complete Peerage VIII:207]
James married Elizabeth. (Elizabeth died between 1349 and 31 Jan 1351.)