|Born: circa 1444.
Married: 1st Margaret Neville
( Ne18), Margaret died 30 September 1506.
Died: 9 March 1511/2 at 67 years of age.
|Children (The order needs checking):
(Br17) Thomas BROOKE 3rd Baron Cobham, b. about 1466 d. 19 July 1529
(Br17-2) George BROOKE born about 1469
(Br17-3) Sir Edward BROOKE
(Br17-4) Richard BROOKE
(Br17-5) Alelye BROOKE
(Br17-6) Edward BROOKE
(Br17-7) Peter BROOKE
(Br17-8) Faith BROOKE
(Br17-9)Dorothy BROOKE, m. Robert Isaak
(Br17-10) Mary BROOKE m. Robert Blagge, son Sir George Blagge b 1512
|7th Baron Cobham of Weycroft, Devon and Cooling, Kent. There exists reasonably strong evidence of a special relationship between Thomas Phelips and the Brooke-Cobham family, seated at Cooling, Kent. The Brooke family has West Country origins and, if Thomas Phelips (?see Beaumont Be17) had been the administator or surveyor of at least some of the Booke-Cobham estates, his migration from Kent to Somerset is easily explained. Such a relationship would also explain the presence of Brooke estate documents among the Phelips family papers in the Somerset County Record Office. Further, such an influencial connection, could explain his rise in rank from yeoman in 1460 to gentleman by 1466 and his appointment to the office of Escheator from Somerset & Dorset in 1471 and 1478. [Ref.: Ibid, p. 3-4}. Further evidence of a relationship derives from a lease extant in the Kent County Record Office in which John, Lord Cobham leased his manor of Brooke Montacute to "Jane Phillip , widow." [ Ref.: Ibid p. 3, citing Kent County Record Office ref. U601 T202].|